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Betty and Me (1966) comic books

  • Issue #4
    Betty and Me (1966) 4

    "Maid of Mischief," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Superteen battles Magnet-Girl, a beautiful woman whose special gun gives her the power to make anyone a "magnet" for anything, including making Veronica a mustard magnet and Archie a girl magnet. "Thrift Rift" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. Archie Giant Series 141 ad. "Money to Burn," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty's cheap clothes look just as good as Veronica's expensive ones, until they get folded or wet. "Danger Is Where You Find It," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Superteen fights a giant robot. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #5
    Betty and Me (1966) 5

    Cover pencils by Bob White, inks by Marty Epp. "Long Smarts Cooper," script and art by Bob Bolling; Veronica advises Betty to study Archie's interests if she wants to land him, knowing that Betty's research and studying will actually drive Archie away. Betty and Veronica pinup, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Vincent DeCarlo. "To the Rescue," script by Frank Doyle, art by Dan DeCarlo; Superteen, Pureheart and Captain Hero join forces to take on Evilheart. "Smile!" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Play Ball," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Vincent DeCarlo; Archie acts as umpire for the girls' softball team. "Two Tickets To Trouble!", script and art by Bob Bolling; Archie wins two tickets to a play, and inevitably winds up promising to go with both Betty and Veronica. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #10
    Betty and Me (1966) 10

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Where's Charley," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty is frustrated by Archie's slavish devotion to Veronica while referring to her as "Charley." "Scrap Book," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx thinks a scrap book is a diary to record fights in. Untitled one-page story, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Vincent DeCarlo; Archie and Betty have differing views on nature. "Too Frail for the Trail" starring The Girl From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E., script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; CRUSH is out to steal an expensive emerald and Archie doesn't think Betty can adequately protect it because she's a girl. "Fickle Finger of Fate," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; A mix-up makes Veronica think Archie has given Betty a friendship ring. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #11
    Betty and Me (1966) 11
    • INCOMPLETE. Missing centerfold, affects story. Wrap detached at one staple.

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "The Light Side," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie is carrying Betty for a math experiment, and Veronica doesn't care for that sort of horseplay. "The Hero," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty tells everyone that Archie can tear a phone book in half. "Your Number's Up," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty races over to Archie's house, all dressed up to go out, only to find that Archie's father needed help with a math problem. "Splitsville," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; When Jughead is caught licking ice cream off of Betty's face, the whole town begins believing that Jughead and Betty are going steady. "A Match Catch!" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Paper Doll," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; If Veronica can make a paper dress, so can Betty. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #12
    Betty and Me (1966) 12

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "High Strung Low Strung," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Veronica has Archie convinced she's delicate and scares easily. "Stop the Presses," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty sneaks an announcement in the school paper that her and Archie are getting married. "Vain Campaign," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty loses weight so she can have the "Twiggy-look" and to become Archie's model. "Pie in the Sky"; Betty decides the way to win Archie is by becoming a good cook. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #14
    Betty and Me (1966) 14

    "The Ol' Bawl Game," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; An incompetent fairy godmother repeatedly tries and fails to get Betty a date with Archie, while a teacher tries to stop Betty from crying on the school walls all the time. Bendix ad with Archie. "Can't Miss!" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Two For Teenese," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie tells Betty about Mr. Weatherbee's "teenese," the method of getting people to do what you want without directly ordering them to do it. Archie pinup, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Too Much Love," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; When Betty goes overboard celebrating the tenth anniversary of the day she met Archie, everyone - her parents, Archie's parents, her friends - thinks she'll drive Archie away by coming on so strong. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #15
    Betty and Me (1966) 15

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Alarming," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Suddenly Reggie and Archie are fighting over Betty the way they usually fight over Veronica. "A Mouthful" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. Bendix ad with Archie. "Nightmare," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie takes Betty up into the mountains to get some photos of the sunrise; Veronica hears about it, suspects hanky panky and later follows Archie's car to a cabin on Loon Lake. "The Alley Cat," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Hal is obsessed with his bowling league, leaving Alice a lonely wife sitting at home; So Archie brings them a stray cat, hoping it will keep Betty's mother company. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #16
    Betty and Me (1966) 16
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    • Paper: Off white
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    • Cover detached at one staple.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($5.67) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
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  • Issue #17
    Betty and Me (1966) 17
  • Issue #18
    Betty and Me (1966) 18

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Heroes Are Made," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty gets emotional when she thinks Archie has to part with Hot Dog. "Betty" answers reader letters, script by Eda Edwards, art by Joe Edwards. "It's For Real" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Curtain Call," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty encounters Veronica and Archie rehearsing for a play and volunteers to direct them. "Tool Fool," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty decides to demonstrate her generation's "ability to fix the world that the older generation is destined to destroy" by fixing a broken down lawn chair in the yard - without any general carpentry skills. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #19
    Betty and Me (1966) 19
    • Oxidation.

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "The Magic Touch," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty goes completely insane with ecstasy whenever Archie touches her; Both her father and Archie's father aren't sure what could cause her to flip over someone as unexceptional as Archie. "Betty" answers reader letters, script by Eda Edwards, art by Joe Edwards. "Sound Off!" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Picture Perfect," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica tries to embarrass Betty by secretly taking a picture of her early in the morning, looking bedraggled and unattractive. "A Stitch In Time," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica gives Archie a Nehru jacket for their anniversary, but takes it back when it turns out Archie forgot and is taking Betty to a dance tonight. "A Helping Hand," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty tries enthusiastically, and sometimes destructively, to help Archie get ready for a big speech at the town council meeting. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #20
    Betty and Me (1966) 20
    • Water damage.

    "The Haves and Have-Nots," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica catches Betty kissing Archie, but doesn't realize what is actually happening. Untitled one-page story; Betty is sure that Archie won't stand her up this time. "Snap Shots From Betty's Album"; Five two-panel gags comprised of photos from Betty's album. "Kiss Twist"; Archie goes through a lot to get a goodnight kiss from Betty. "Easy Visit"; At the dentist's office, Betty wonders why Archie is so calm. Bettys Diary. "Romance Perchance"; Archie takes Betty for a ride. "Hue Don't Say," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx shows her dad a psychedelic picture she drew. "The Shirker"; When Archie saves Betty's life, she tells him that he is now responsible for her. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #21
    Betty and Me (1966) 21

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Glass Menagerie," pencils by Bob Bolling; When Betty is heart-broken over her glass miniature collection being destroyed, Archie mobilizes the teens of Riverdale to find replacements. "Buy Buy," script and art by Joe Edwards; Hap starts to go out to buy a paper, but reconsiders when he gets a wish list from Jinx. "The Call," script and art by Dick Malmgren; Archie gets a call from the President. "Archie Power," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Betty does whatever Archie says, literally. "Thoughtful," script by George Gladir, art by Jon D'Agostino; Archie sends Betty flowers C.O.D. "The Moment," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; The end of a date with Archie means more to Betty than it does to him. "The Other Side," pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty is feeling envious of Veronica and Archie tries to cheer her up. "New Outfit," script by George Gladir, art by Bob Bolling; Veronica even has designer rags. "Remember," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty goes searching for the initials Archie carved into a tree. "All Better," pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty has a unique prescription for Archie's facial abrasion. "Snowbound," script by George Gladir, pencils by Bob Bolling; Betty has grand plans for her evening with Archie, but Mother Nature has other ideas. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #22
    Betty and Me (1966) 22
    • Oxidation. Water damage.

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "The Iron Fist," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Veronica and Betty take turns trying to get Archie's artistic temperament in the proper zone so The Archies can rehearse. "Betty" answers reader letters, script by Eda Edwards, art by Joe Edwards. "Isn't Nature Grand" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Remember Me," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; All of a sudden Betty doesn't remember who Archie is. "The Waitress," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Pop Tate hires Betty to be a waitress at the Choc'lit Shoppe; So Veronica takes it upon herself to be the single most abusive customer ever witnessed. "The Talkers," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica makes a play for the wealthy Tony Farthington and Archie is so jealous that he doesn't hear Betty's repeated entreaties toward him. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #23
    Betty and Me (1966) 23
    • Oxidation.

    Story and art credit unknown. In an attempt to become Archie's girlfriend, Betty decides to have him first think of her as his pal, but her plan backfires in "Blondes Have More Fun!" Li'l Jinx in "Lip Service." Betty does her best Barbara Eden impression (from the TV show I Dream of Jeannie) in "I Dream of Betty." Betty in "Perfect Spot," "Detour," and "The Lesson." Letters from readers seeking advice in "Dear Betty" page. Jughead refuses to help teach Betty to drive in "You're Driving Me Crazy!" 32 pgs. Full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #24
    Betty and Me (1966) 24

    Story and art credit unknown. Poor Betty: all she wants to do is have Archie take her to the beach, but he's too busy with outdoor chores, and his obsession with Veronica, in "Beach or Bust." Betty pinup (not that kind of pinup!). Betty in "Looking Ahead," "Not So Wonderful," and "Long Dance." Li'l Jinx in "Cool It!" Veronica learns Betty is writing a story that features somewhat familiar characters in "It's All Write With Us." "Dear Betty" letters from readers. A desperate (and completely barefoot) Betty begs a reluctant Jughead to speak with Archie on her behalf, so Archie can take her out on a date, in "Matchmaker." 32 pgs. Full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #25
    Betty and Me (1966) 25

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Bleak Cheek," pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty finds a blemish on her face one school morning and goes into hysterics. "Hide And Weak" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "You've Got Me In Stitches," script and pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Desperate for help with his homework, Archie goes so far as pursue Betty to her volunteer job as a candy-striper at the hospital. "You Know Who," pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty decides the best way to separate Archie and Veronica is with a pair of hedge clippers. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #26
    Betty and Me (1966) 26
    • Water damage.
    • Cover detached.

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "To Cop a Kiss!"; Betty rigs some mistletoe to a fishing pole to set up Archie for a kiss. "Hey! Big Spender" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Pin Point"; Betty finds a common pin on the floor and picks it up; Later Veronica discovers she has lost her diamond and ruby pin; Archie asks Betty if she found a pin and she says "yes." Betty and Veronica Christmas Spectacular ad. "Go Go Guys," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Archie gets hassled by his friends when he takes Betty to dancing school; After his friends see the sexy dance instructor, they decide they need to take dance lessons. "Talk to Me Baby," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty gets severe stage-fright before she's supposed to speak before an assembly. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #27
    Betty and Me (1966) 27

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Wedded Bliss," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Ethel overhears Archie and Betty exchanging marriage what-ifs, assumes they're married and starts spreading the news around. Statement of ownership; Total Paid Circulation, 12 month average: 306,058. "Help the Needy," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty decides the way to impress Archie is to show him how capable she is at any endeavor. Betty and Veronica Spectacular ad. "That's the Breaks," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty is the epitome of bursting teenage excitement because Archie actually asked her to go roller-skating, in front of Veronica no less. "Fill 'er Up" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "The Mechanic," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty's new prowess with auto mechanics impresses Archie so much that he asks her to the dance over Veronica. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #28
    Betty and Me (1966) 28
    • 3/4" cumulative spine split. Chew. Staple rust.

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Father Knows Best," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Advised by her father that she's getting the short end of the love triangle between her, Archie and Veronica, Betty puts a desperate plan into action. "Scaredy Scat" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Roll 'Em," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty suggests she, Archie, Reggie and Veronica double-date at the skating rink. Archie Annual ad. "A Run For Your Money," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; A simple run in a stocking eventually leads to Betty's date with Archie crashing and burning. "The Direct Approach," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Desperate to attract Archie, Betty seeks the advice of her mother; Alice suggests that Betty pander to Archie's ego as well as his stomach. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #29
    Betty and Me (1966) 29
    • INCOMPLETE. Missing pieces (affects art and story).

    "Who's Next"; Veronica treats Archie like dirt so Betty tries to open his eyes to other options in dating and he does but not with Betty. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. "Hold the Line!", script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx is spending too much time on the phone. "Mission Implausible," script and pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; In a Mission Impossible style story Betty adopts various complicated tricks to get Archie away from Veronica but eventually uses a more direct method. "The Late Late Show"; Betty has to sneak into her house after getting home late but her parents don't arrive until after she does. "Pass Me By," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie's mom tries unsuccessfully to help Betty get Archie's attention. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #30
    Betty and Me (1966) 30

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Fate's Mate," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty finds that her horoscope says Archie's a better match for her than for Veronica, but Archie refuses to believe it. "Lemon-Aid" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "The Cookie Crumbles," pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty gets a fortune cookie saying her loved one is in danger. "Drag Snag," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty gives the readers tips on coping with a boyfriend who is obsessed with drag racers. "Shipwrecked," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; On the advice of Billy Boston, resident psychologist of the Chock'lit Shoppe, Betty gets Jughead to convince Archie to demand an answer from Veronica on whether she'll go out with him in the hopes that she'll turn him down. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #31
    Betty and Me (1966) 31

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Change of Heart," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Fed up with Archie's cavalier treatment, Betty begins to consider dating someone else. "According to the Book" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Star Struck," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty refuses to go out with Archie because her horoscope tells her it's a bad idea. "Negative Reaction," pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty and Archie use composite photographic printing to try to interest Jughead in Ethel. "I Remember Momma," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty tries to make Archie jealous by pretending she's dating Jughead. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #32
    Betty and Me (1966) 32

    Story and art credit unknown. Betty applies for a job selling cosmetics, but it ends up spelling trouble for Archie in "How Sweet It Was." Li'l Jinx in "Sounds Fishy!" Dear Betty letters page. Betty's vision about high school kids running colleges gives Archie pause in "Right Down the Line." After Betty informs Archie about the dangers of pollution, he goes out to stop would-be polluters, but ends up, you guessed it, getting into trouble in "The Despoiler." It's not even Halloween but Betty dresses up as a nurse, Avon seller, and chicken in order to get Archie's attention in "House Call." 32 pgs. Full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #33
    Betty and Me (1966) 33

    Story and art credit: Unknown. Archie vows to start doing things his way, but ends up with more than a bruised ego in "My Way." Betty in "Time and Tide." Archie can't seem to keep his foot out of his mouth when he unintentionally badmouths one of Betty's dresses in "Half Way Measures." Using the money he earned for submitting photos to a teen magazine, Archie plans to take Veronica to a dance, but when Veronica realizes the photos are of Betty she doesn't take it too well (hmm, I wonder why) in "Photo Phun." Li'l Jinx in "Ice Try!" Dear Betty letters page. Betty in "Dime and Dunce." 32 pgs. Full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #34
    Betty and Me (1966) 34

    "His Brown Eyes Were My Undoing"; The puppy that Archie buys Veronica at Betty's suggestion only likes Betty. "I Repeat"; Mr. Weatherbee has a learning tip for Betty. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. "The Daydreamer"; Betty imagines being Veronica. "No Strings," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx gets frustrated with trying to make a necklace. "Half Hearted"; Archie gets Betty to clean his room for him. "Now You're Cooking With Gas"; Archie talks about the reasons for cooking food, and how it began. "Testing 1-2-3..."; Archie asks Betty to help him make Veronica nicer. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #35
    Betty and Me (1966) 35

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Pleasant Dreams," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; When Veronica can't make it to a stage show, Archie asks Betty to go with him, which leads Betty to dream of what's to come. "Why Me?", script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Bill Vigoda; When Archie breaks up with Veronica he starts to date Betty, but when he treats her like one of the guys he loses her too. "The Cake Take!" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Fireplace Folly," pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty invites Archie over to toast marshmallows in the fireplace. Betty pinup by Dan DeCarlo. "Word Game," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie agrees to record a romantic message on Betty's tape recorder if she'll tell Archie where Veronica has been hiding. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #36
    Betty and Me (1966) 36

    52-page giant. Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "I Cried for You," art by Al Hartley; Archie's latest cavalier treatment of Betty gets Moose fighting mad. "A Warm Feeling," script by Bob Bolling, pencils by Bob Bolling (layouts) and Jon D'Agostino, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Archie and Betty get into a discussion about the conflict between believing in the integrity of others versus being a soft touch. "The Silencer," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Betty uses her position as a librarian to try to keep Archie and Veronica separate. "Direction Finder," script by Frank Doyle, art by Bill Vigoda; No matter where Betty travels in Riverdale, she always makes a point to use Elm Street because a certain someone lives there. "The Hard Way," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx tries to teach herself to roller skate. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. Solve Some Rebus Puzzles activity page, art by Jon D'Agostino. "Groovy Status Symbols," art by Al Hartley; Things that would make Betty's life more enjoyable. "Shoot the Works," script by George Gladir; Archie demonstrates the concept behind a catapult. "The Wish Moan," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx wants to make a wish on a wishbone. "Small Medium," script and pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Al Hartley and Jon D'Agostino; Betty has to cancel a date in order to babysit, so her charge decides to pull some strings in order to make it up to her. Untitled one-page story, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty causes a stir by wearing hot pants to a dance. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #39
    Betty and Me (1966) 39
  • Issue #40
    Betty and Me (1966) 40

    "I'll Fall for You," art by Dan DeCarlo; Betty is admiring the fall, while Archie admires the other girls around him; When Betty runs away hurt, Archie decides to give her a plant in order to make up - except the plant is poison ivy. "The Cost of Loving," art by Dan DeCarlo; Betty and Archie both get jobs working together at a local grocery store; Both are using the earned money for the Prom, but Archie's is for taking Veronica to the Prom, not Betty. "Well, I'll Be..." one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Always a Bridesmaid," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Gus LeMoine; Archie and Betty are on a date in the country when he gets a flat tire on his jalopy; While Betty waits in the car, the jack slips and the car rolls into the lake. "Just Married!", art by Dan DeCarlo; Betty and Archie have very different ideas about what marriage is like. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #41
    Betty and Me (1966) 41

    Story and art credit: Unknown. Giant size. After Archie's car gets stuck during a snowstorm, he somehow winds up at Betty's, and we all know Betty won't take advantage of the situation (right?) in "Snow Job." Betty in "Diagnostic Agnostic." Wow, Betty can do it all (we've seen her make a dress, cook, working at a hospital; what can't she do?), and here she adds to her long list of talents by painting Archie's portrait so it can hang in the school hallway in "Paint and Brush." Li'l Jinx in "Miss Mess." Dear Betty letters page. Pigs must be flying, because Archie not only buys himself a soda but Betty one too (for only ninety cents!), but things get sticky when Jughead begs him for a soda too in "I Scream Soda." Betty in "Recipe for Romance." Archie confuses Betty with Veronica when Betty dons a dark wig (and who said blondes have more fun?) in "A Wig and Wiggle." Pinup page. 48 pgs. Full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #43
    Betty and Me (1966) 43

    "No-Go Ego," script and pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty pumps up Archie's ego. "Keeping Score!" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Hip Lips"; Archie is collecting lip prints from, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Archie puts the engine from his jalopy into a boat. "A Penny For Your Thoughts," script and pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty delivers a monologue to the reader, analyzing what thoughts obsess the minds of her friends and how it detracts from their lives. "On-Again Off-Again"; Dilton has built a computer that can read Betty and Archie's minds while they talk and even make Archie fall in love with Betty. "Calorie Hari-Kari"; Betty is exercising and eating right to get in shape for bathing suit weather. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #44
    Betty and Me (1966) 44
  • Issue #46
    Betty and Me (1966) 46

    52-page giant. Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Something To Cheer About," art by Al Hartley; Betty is practicing to try out for the cheerleading squad and Archie is just enthralled by her, um, precision routines. "Stop, Look and Listen," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx complains that her father is ignoring her. One-page story, art by Dan DeCarlo; Betty wants Archie to stop playing around. "The Last Straw," script and art by Al Hartley; When Jughead points out how callous Archie is being to Betty, he is consumed with guilt. "Vandal Scandal," script and pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty, Archie and Jughead are accused of vandalizing the apartment of Betty's grandmother simply because they are teens. "Jumping To Conclusions," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx is practicing for a non-existent Olympic sport. "How Do I Love Thee?", script and art by Al Hartley; Betty tries to explain love to a little girl. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. "Snap-Flap," art by Al Hartley; Betty asks Veronica to take a picture of her and Archie together, but Veronica keeps sabotaging the shot. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #48
    Betty and Me (1966) 48

    "A Little Fish in a Big Pond"; When Archie wants to go ice fishing, Betty pitches in. "Some Feat" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Father Knows Best"; Mr. Cooper plays cupid and surreptitiously funds Archie for a date with Betty. "Train Strain"; Betty teaches Archie ski techniques, which angers Veronica so much that she won't talk to Archie for a week. "Me and My Shadow"; Archie didn't want to go out with Betty, but when she dates an older man Archie shadows them, ruins her night, and injures himself trying to get away. "Queen Scene"; Veronica wears revealing outfits in her quest to be Queen of the Snow Festival, but Betty's mother insists that she dress more appropriately for the weather. "Choice Voice"; Since Veronica must be away for an extended period, Archie auditions substitute vocalists for The Archies. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #50
    Betty and Me (1966) 50
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    52-page giant. "I Like Your Face"; Betty is doing poorly at school because she's too distracted by thoughts of Archie but she uses it to her advantage to ace a test. "Going to Pieces!"; Charley Hawse swipes a package from Li'l Jinx that was intended as a gift for Gigi and then he drops it on the ground. "Inflation Elation," script by George Gladir, art by Bob Smith; Betty takes Archie on a date which will allow him to not spend any money. "The Mechanical Girl," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica and Betty demonstrate their different approaches to car repair: Veronica knows nothing about it, Betty knows too much. "Wishy Washy"; Midge tells Betty to be more assertive with Archie. "Emergency"; While Archie is demonstrating CPR on Betty an elderly woman thinks Betty is being assaulted by Archie and takes Betty to her house; While at the woman's house Betty is assaulted by the woman's nephew and has to defend herself. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. "Off the Cuff"; Leroy handcuffs Betty and Archie together and then loses the key so Betty has to accompany Archie and Veronica on their date. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #53
    Betty and Me (1966) 53

    52-page giant. "Ladies' Day"; Betty spends the day at the beach with Archie but he keeps getting distracted by all of the women in bikinis. "Card Bard"; Archie and Betty shop for a get well card for Veronica but since Betty is enjoying the time alone with Archie she wants one that says to take her sweet time about it. "Brain Power" starring Li'l Jinx. "Canoe Snafu"; Archie takes Betty out in a canoe but leaves the paddle on the dock. "Dateless Date"; Archie goes to Betty's door for a date unannounced. "A Modern Fable," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; The story of an irresistibly beautiful pony-tailed blonde, loved and desired by all, who gets the red-headed man of her dreams. "Blanket Invitation"; Jughead threatens to cancel his relationship with Archie over the way he treated Betty at the beach. "Art for Arch Sake," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty's dad discovers that she's a brilliant portrait painter--but only when she's painting Archie. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. "Oldie but Goodie"; Betty has a date with Archie but her mother says she has to stay home to meet an old family friend; Archie agrees to come over and suffer through it with her but is overjoyed when the old friend turns out to be a famous football coach. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #54
    Betty and Me (1966) 54

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Faith," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; The Coopers get a note saying that Betty has run off to join a hippie commune. "A Stranger In Paradise," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica claims that Betty is crazy and dumb because she constantly fawns over Archie. "The Baby Sitter," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty asks Archie to watch her nephew while she and Veronica go shopping. "Can You Top That?" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Betty" answers reader letters, script by Eda Edwards, art by Joe Edwards. "Heart Art," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; At a carnival, Betty almost ruins her chances with Archie by doing better than him at all the games. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #56
    Betty and Me (1966) 56

    "Little Miss Pushy"; Betty invites Archie to an Ice Palace review but while he is getting ready he keeps getting interrupted by a pushy salesman. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. Statement of Ownership; Average number of copies of each issue during the preceding 12 months: 407,637. "Scope Scoop"; Ethel tells Betty that her horoscope says that she should stick to what she does best and that which she desires will fall into her lap. "Drip Quip," script and art by Joe Edwards; Li'l Jinx and her dad look at a melting snowman. "I Remember It Well"; Archie asks Betty to prepare dinner for him and his friends but feels like he's forgotten something. "Paradise Lost"; Veronica complains that all Archie wants to do is watch football on T.V., so Betty learns all she can about football. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #57
    Betty and Me (1966) 57

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Prom Qualm," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Thinking Veronica has lured Archie into taking her to the prom, Betty decides not to go. "First Place," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx and Charley compare what they're best at. Untitled one-page story, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty receives a mysterious call from Archie. "No Uncertain Terms," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty is depressed because Veronica won't speak to her. "Vain Gain," script by Dick Malmgren, art by Gus Lemoine; Betty practically kills herself to win a snowmobile in a winter sports competition, so she can give it to Archie. "The Bodyguard," script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty takes a job with Mr. Lodge as a courier; Archie worries about her and decides to follow her. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #58
    Betty and Me (1966) 58

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Male Call," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty helps Archie paint a fence so he won't be late for his date--with Veronica. "Wait Your Turn" starring Li'l Jinx, script and art by Joe Edwards; Greg demands service. "Tale of Travail," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty tries out for the boys basketball team; No one will take her seriously though, even after she wins a spot on the team. "News Blues," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Dissatisfied with her reporting for the school paper, Archie decides to accompany Betty on her next interview to coach her. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. "No Butts About It," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty badgers Archie into interceding in a scuffle between Moose and Reggie. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #59
    Betty and Me (1966) 59

    Cover by Dan DeCarlo. "Stamp Of Approval," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty is the talk of the town when she starts giving out trading stamps to her dates. "Fish Try!" two-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Beautiful Dreamer," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty is so excited about her date with Archie that she can't sleep. "The Cat And The Mouse," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty and Archie can't study with a cat yowling outside the window. "I Get The Massage," pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty gets a massage from Archie, but it's not what she expected (it sounds sexier than it actually is). 36 pgs. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #60
    Betty and Me (1966) 60

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Crystal Clear," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica tries to break up Betty's date with Archie by posing as a fortune teller. "Oil Crisis," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx's tricycle's tire squeaks. "Work Smirk!", script by George Gladir, art by Joe Edwards; Betty gets Archie a job baby-sitting quintuplets. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. "Parting Ways," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty and Archie aren't going anywhere; They just like kissing good-bye. "Cat-Astrophe," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren; Betty asks Archie to rescue a kitten stranded on the roof. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #61
    Betty and Me (1966) 61

    Story and art credit: Unknown. A strange scavenger hunt game commences, but it appears to be Veronica's doing in order to snare Archie for herself (say it ain't so, Veronica!) in "Name of the Game." Betty has Archie enter a contest with her in order to win a hundred gallons of free gas, but things don't go as planned when, after they win, Archie proclaims he has enough gas to drive Veronica around all summer (Archie, why?) in "No Contest." Li'l Jinx in "Prize Surprise!" "Dear Betty" advice page. During a summer day at the beach, Betty plots to separate Archie from a female foreign exchange student (because like death and taxes, there's one thing you can always count on and that's Betty going all crazy jealous regarding Archie and women) in "Dizzy Tizzy." Betty in "By the Book." Kenner ad for a Snoopy pencil sharpener. 32 pgs. Full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #62
    Betty and Me (1966) 62
  • Issue #63
    Betty and Me (1966) 63

    Cover by Dan DeCarlo. "A Helping Hand," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty tries to help Archie out on his first day as a door-to-door vacuum cleaner salesman. "Ancient History" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. Betty's Fashion Word Puzzle by Joe Edwards. "The Rare Bird," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Sensitive Archie takes Betty to the park to bird watch on her birthday, but ends up watching other girls instead. "Sale Tale," pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; While minding Betty's garage sale, Archie mistakenly sells her mother's grill. "Honey Child," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Due to Archie's carelessness while mooning over Veronica, Betty ends up being attacked by a horde of bees. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #64
    Betty and Me (1966) 64

    "Fashion Passion"; Veronica overpacks for a two day skiing trip and is so busy changing clothes the whole time that Betty has plenty of alone time with Archie. "Close Call!", script and art by Joe Edwards; Li'l Jinx and Greg wonder if their school will close during a snow storm. "Storm Warning"; Mr. Lodge insists that Betty stay the night at his home during a snow storm but tries to send Archie home; When Betty and Archie find out that Veronica is at school preparing for dance and camp out they rush there instead. "A Real Bird"; Archie gets Betty a bird for her birthday and when it flies out a window they go out looking for it in the cold. "Charlie My Boy"; Archie learns that Betty can't say no to door-to-door salesmen. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #65
    Betty and Me (1966) 65

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Project Help," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty lures Archie to her house on the pretext of helping her with a school project. "Dark Thoughts," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx is glad for Charley's presence on a spooky trip home. "Strictly Strategic," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty spends her entire ski trip with Archie trying to keep him away from Veronica. "Broom Bravado," script by George Gladir, pencils by Gus Lemoine; The girls challenge the boys to a game of broom hockey for charity. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. Statement of Ownership; Average no. copies each issue during preceding 12 months, 373,190; Actual no. of copies of single issue published nearest to filing date, 401,097. "Bored Stiff," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty plans a party to relieve Archie's boredom, but her strenuous tasks for him to prepare for the party take him out of the spirit. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #66
    Betty and Me (1966) 66
  • Issue #67
    Betty and Me (1966) 67

    "Notes to You," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie gets caught passing notes in class. "The Holdup" Hostess Fruit Pies ad with Archie. "Get the Message," script and art by Joe Edwards; Li'l Jinx answers a long distance phone call while Hap is painting. "Practice Session"; Betty has Archie rehearse a script with her. "Tony the Tiger Takes You on a Tour" ad. "In a Boo-Stew"; Betty writes an editorial in the school paper criticizing those who booed Archie and Veronica when they had a bad performance in a game. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. Betty Puzzlers activity page. "All Fed Up," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Archie offers to take Betty out for dinner but every place she suggests he doesn't like. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.