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Archie, Archie by Nick Spencer Vol. 2: Archie and Sabrina
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written by Mariko Tamaki, 1975- and Nick Spencer, fl. 2018; edited by Victor Gorelick, 1941-, Mike Pellerito, Vincent Lovallo, Stephen Oswald, fl. 2011, Jamie L. Rotante, fl. 2018 and Alex Segura, fl. 2010; art by Matt Herms, fl. 2007, Jack Morelli, 1962-, Jenn St. Onge, fl. 2012 and Sandy Jarrell, fl. 2014, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 2019), 148 page(s)

The second arc of Nick Spencer's revitalized series featuring a modern take on Archie Andrews and the whole Riverdale cast of characters. Spencer (Spider-Man) teams up with co-writer Mariko Tamaki (This One Summer, Lumberjanes) and artist Jenn St-Onge (Bingo Love, Jem and the Holograms) tell the story of Riv...

written by Mariko Tamaki, 1975- and Nick Spencer, fl. 2018; edited by Victor Gorelick, 1941-, Mike Pellerito, Vincent Lovallo, Stephen Oswald, fl. 2011, Jamie L. Rotante, fl. 2018 and Alex Segura, fl. 2010; art by Matt Herms, fl. 2007, Jack Morelli, 1962-, Jenn St. Onge, fl. 2012 and Sandy Jarrell, fl. 2014, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 2019), 148 page(s)
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The Athlete
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written by Frank Doyle, 1917-1996; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bob Montana, 1920-1975; in Archie no. 2 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1943), 1-9

After receiving a genuine bolt-action rifle for his birthday, Archie looks to join Riverdale High's rifle team. But when Betty and Veronica mistakenly think that he's headed for the track and field squad, Arch realizes that he must be in two places at once to impress the gals! His best pal Jughead agrees to take h...

written by Frank Doyle, 1917-1996; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bob Montana, 1920-1975; in Archie no. 2 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1943), 1-9
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The Brown and Gold
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edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Terry Szenics, 1914-1995; in Archie no. 12 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1945), [1]-6

"The Hunter." Tired of the rabbits destroying Mrs. Andrews' garden, Archie pledges to rid Riverdale of the furry menaces forever! With Jughead at his side, he sets out to catch as many critters as possible. These are no ordinary bunnies though--as they are able to outsmart the teenagers at every turn! Can Archie a...

edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Terry Szenics, 1914-1995; in Archie no. 12 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1945), [1]-6
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Archie, Archie no. 18
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written by Bob Montana, 1920-1975; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Al McLean, fl. 1942, Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Bob Montana, 1920-1975, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1946), 48 page(s)

"Negative Psychology." The students of Riverdale High are nominating worthy class presidents - so how did Archie's name get into the mix? He's stuck running for election despite the overwhelming disdain for his nomination. Now Jughead has to work overtime to stop his best pal from receiving any votes! Can they put...

written by Bob Montana, 1920-1975; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Al McLean, fl. 1942, Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Bob Montana, 1920-1975, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1946), 48 page(s)
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Tight Sneeze
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written by Archie Superstars; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Samm Schwartz, 1920-1997; in Archie no. 46, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1950), [1]-5

"Life's No Picnic": A drive home in the rain isn't so bad--unless you're sitting under Archie's ragged car top! The gang takes shelter in an old house until the rain stops, but there are some spooky sounds echoing through the dark hallways. Is this house haunted..?

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written by Archie Superstars; edited by Harry Shorten, 1914-1991; art by Samm Schwartz, 1920-1997; in Archie no. 46, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1950), [1]-5
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Gold Rush
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written by Archie Superstars; art by George Frese, Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Bob Montana, 1920-1975; in Archie no. 50, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1951), 1-5

"That's The Point": Safety is the name of the game! The Riverdale High gang is putting signs up all over town to help drivers and pedestrians observe traffic safety laws. Can Archie propel this safety campaign to success?

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written by Archie Superstars; art by George Frese, Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and Bob Montana, 1920-1975; in Archie no. 50, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1951), 1-5
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Archie, Archie no. 51
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written by Archie Superstars; art by George Frese and Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1951), 44 page(s)

"Cops and Ribbers": Archie tries to get in solid with Mr. Lodge by buying him a birthday present--a box of his favorite cigars! But Reggie has tampered with the gift, and let's just say Mr. Lodge is in for an EXPLOSIVE birthday surprise!

The stories, characters, and incidents in the publication are entirely fictio...

written by Archie Superstars; art by George Frese and Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1951), 44 page(s)
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Mind Over Madder
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written by Archie Superstars; art by George Frese; in Archie no. 56, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1952), [1]-7

"Some Enchanted Evening": Archie and Veronica are going on a double date--with Jughead?! Who is the reluctant Romeo going to bring--and could she have an appetite to match Jughead?

The stories, characters, and incidents in the publication are entirely fictional. Many of these stories are also products of another t...

written by Archie Superstars; art by George Frese; in Archie no. 56, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1952), [1]-7
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Stamp of Approval
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written by Archie Superstars; art by George Frese and Bob Montana, 1920-1975; in Archie no. 58, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc.), [1]-[4]

"Low-Down Highbrow": Archie is leaving town for a week, and that can only mean one thing--Reggie's going to try his luck with Veronica! Can Arch convince Jughead to keep her occupied all week?

The stories, characters, and incidents in the publication are entirely fictional. Many of these stories are also products...

written by Archie Superstars; art by George Frese and Bob Montana, 1920-1975; in Archie no. 58, Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc.), [1]-[4]
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Archie, Archie no. 59
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written by Archie Superstars; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and George Frese, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1952), 48 page(s)

"Board With It": Archie and Jughead are sick and tired of having to stay after school every day to wash the blackboards, and it's cutting into Archie's dating time! The two come up with a plan to win Ms. Grundy's favor. Will they succeed before they have a chance to mess everything up?

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written by Archie Superstars; art by Bill Vigoda, 1920-1973 and George Frese, in Archie (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1952), 48 page(s)
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