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Welcome Soldiers
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Harry Sahle, 1912-1950; in Archie no. 3 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1943), [1]-[6]

"Archie the Magician." Zogi the Yogi selects Archie as his assistant for the night's rigged magic act. The redhead is outfitted with a trick jacket?one that holds all of the performer's secrets. Unfortunately for Zogi, Archie's dog Oscar keeps causing trouble in the theater! Can the magic apprentice calm his canin...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Harry Sahle, 1912-1950; in Archie no. 3 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1943), [1]-[6]
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Starring Betty and Veronica
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Clem Weisbacker and Zoltan Szenics, fl. 1943; in Archie no. 5 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1943), [1]-[7]

"Second Childhood." Ever wish you were a kid again? Archie and Jughead get the opportunity when they attempt to ride a train home. When the duo loses all of their money in a record store, they don children's clothes in hopes of riding for free. Along the way, they'll have to avoid the wrath of the train's conducto...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Clem Weisbacker and Zoltan Szenics, fl. 1943; in Archie no. 5 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1943), [1]-[7]
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Veronica and Betty
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written by Ed Goggin, fl. 1943; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Harry Sahle, 1912-1950 and Janice Valleau, 1923-2013; in Archie no. 9 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), 1-[5]

"Archie the Caveman." Presenting the first Archie story in history...literally! It's a prehistoric version of Riverdale High where Arch-ee is still a teenage troublemaker. The whole gang is present in class when the young Neanderthal's pet dinosaur bites Grun-di on the nose. Arch-ee is soon brought before King Bee...

written by Ed Goggin, fl. 1943; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Harry Sahle, 1912-1950 and Janice Valleau, 1923-2013; in Archie no. 9 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1944), 1-[5]
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All Steamed Up
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Stan Borack, fl. 1945; in Archie no. 14 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1945), 1-4

"The Little Things in Life." A simple bicycle race between rivals begins a monster headache for Mr. Andrews! Reggie and Archie race around Riverdale, but our favorite redhead wrecks his bike before the official contest can begin. To raise funds for a repair, Arch starts a babysitting service without consulting his...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Stan Borack, fl. 1945; in Archie no. 14 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1945), 1-4
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Three's a Crowd
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art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973; in Archie no. 27, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc.), [1]-[8]
"Musclebound Madness." Veronica's cousin plans on making Archie's date the worst one yet! Oswald Van Dyke III is refusing to let the lovely couple spend any time together, and his tough exterior is keeping Arch from speaking up. It seems the only way to compete with the muscular jerk is to hit the gym! Archie look...
art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973; in Archie no. 27, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc.), [1]-[8]
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Archie, Archie no. 28
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Irv Novick, 1916-2004, Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Al Fagaly, 1909-1963, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1947), 47 page(s)

"The Lifeguard." Reggie Mantle is a big hit with the ladies at the beach. Seeking an opportunity to get noticed, Archie decides to take over the position and become a hero! First step: rescuing a little boy for all to see! Will this bratty kid be worth the trouble? Is Reggie really the one that needs saving? Which...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Irv Novick, 1916-2004, Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Al Fagaly, 1909-1963, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1947), 47 page(s)
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Shoot the Works
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written by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973; art by Red Holmdale, fl. 1940 and Irv Novick, 1916-2004; in Archie no. 29, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc.), 1-[10]
"Just Plain Trouble." Ronnie's Uncle Bumble has come to visit his niece despite his jumpy nerves. The last thing he needs is time with Archie - but the redhead is his only way back to the airport! Bumble can only avoid Arch for so long, and once the two find themselves on a plane, there's nowhere to run! It's surv...
written by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973; art by Red Holmdale, fl. 1940 and Irv Novick, 1916-2004; in Archie no. 29, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc.), 1-[10]
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The Uninvited
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art by Irv Novick, 1916-2004, Al Fagaly, 1909-1963 and Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973; in Archie no. 31, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1948), 1-7
"My Heart Belongs to Lizzie." Mr. Andrews is eyeing a brand new car, but the dealership will only allow him to have it in a trade. Archie's prized jalopy "Lizzie" is the best chance for the deal to go through - but only Jughead can get the car to start. Once the trade is complete, the entire Andrews household seem...
art by Irv Novick, 1916-2004, Al Fagaly, 1909-1963 and Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973; in Archie no. 31, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1948), 1-7
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Ray Gill, 1918-1984; in Archie no. 34 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1948), [1]-6

"The Hair Raiser." Keeping a "close eye" on the new female teacher, Mr. Weatherbee accidently falls into a prank meant for Archie! Quick to blame the poor teen, Riverdale High's principal pays a visit to the Andrews residence to discuss his behavior issues. Arch makes matters worse by catching the BeeÕs toupee in...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Ray Gill, 1918-1984; in Archie no. 34 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1948), [1]-6
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Trunk Trouble
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Ray Gill, 1918-1984; in Archie no. 37, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1949), [NA]-[NA]

The Trouble Shooter: Archie has broken Betty's handheld radio! He promises to get it fixed, but that means he has to carry it with him all day. Normally, that wouldn't be a problem, but the power button is on the fritz, and it's turning on and off on its own! Can he make it through the day without getting booted o...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Ray Gill, 1918-1984; in Archie no. 37, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1949), [NA]-[NA]
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