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Archie Annual (1950) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Archie Annual (1950) 1
    • INCOMPLETE. First six pages missing. Interrupts art and story. 4-1/2" cumulative spine split.
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.

    Cover art by Bob Montana. "Notes to You!", script by Ray Gill, pencils by Samm Schwartz; When Archie passes up Betty to talk to Veronica, Betty gets mad and writes him a poison pen letter. "Gym Dandy," script by Ray Gill, art by Samm Schwartz; When the gym falls apart Archie organizes a dance to raise money to build a new gym. "The Battle of the Rattle"; Archie lets Veronica borrow his father's car. "Who's Zoo?"; Jughead's working at the zoo and accidentally lets a monkey loose. Archie Puzzle Fun. "Stop! You're Breaking My Glass"; Archie keeps accidentally breaking glasses in the Chok'lit Shop. "The Rug Cutter!", script by Ray Gill, pencils by Bill Vigoda; Betty can't go to the movies with Archie until she does some chores around the house, and Archie decides to help. "No Soap," script by Ray Gill, pencils by Samm Schwartz; Archie and Betty decide to wash and dry the clothes Archie's mom wanted taken to the laundromat. "The Pin-Up"; Jughead is babysitting and he thinks the baby has swallowed a pin. "The Bugaboo Buster!", script by Ray Gill, pencils by Bill Vigoda; Veronica decides to hold a hard luck party for Friday the thirteenth. "No Pool Like an Old Pool," script by Ray Gill, pencils by Bil Vigoda; It's winter so Archie decides to set up an indoor pool in the attic to swim in. "The Little Squirt," script and pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie keeps accidentally squirting Mr. Weatherbee with various liquids. "What Makes Jughead Run?"; Riverdale needs to win the track meet, but the coach has to figure out what made Jughead run so fast before. "Nifty Fifty" text story by Ray Gill. "Knights to You"; Archie and Jughead go to the museum and Archie puts on a suit of armor. "Fat's the Spirit," pencils by Samm Schwartz; Archie suddenly becomes fat. "My Job Is Your Job"; Archie needs to earn five bucks to take Veronica out so he has Jughead line up jobs for him to do. "There's a Patch to It!"; There's a patch hop on tonight and Archie wants to avoid being patched by anyone but Veronica. 116 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #2
    Archie Annual (1950) 2
    • Paper: Slightly britle
    • Slab: Significant scuff(s) front or back
    • Label #0139446002

    Cover art by Bob Montana. "The Famous Archie Series Characters"; Portraits in an art gallery format. "A Creep in the Deep," art by Bob Montana; The gang plans to have a picnic on Archie's new boat, the Droopy Sloop. "Taking the Phone Out of Life," art by Bob Montana; Pop Tate is sick and tired of the phone booth in the Chok'lit Shop and has it removed. "Better Never Than Late"; Annoyed by Jughead's lateness, Miss Grundy wants him to check in to school using a time clock. "Indian Wear Dance"; Veronica has a party where everyone has to dress like an Indian and the best dressed wins a wooden store Indian. "Dinner at Ate"; Jughead has an eating contest with Chowhound McGuirk. Archie's Pal Jughead house ad. "Nothing but the Tooth"; Fred, Archie and Veronica all have to go to the dentist. "Country Cousin," art by George Frese; Jughead's Ozark cousin Juniper visits Riverdale. "Uses His Head"; Archie tries out for the football team, much to the Coach's annoyance. "Puck Luck"; Reggie and Betty decide to pretend to have a crush on each other to make Veronica Jealous and go with Reggie to the dance instead of Archie. Archie Puzzle Fun. Archie's Rival Reggie house ad. "Death on Wheels" text article. "Hollywood Scream Test"; Jughead's uncle Max from Hollywood is in town and Archie and Jughead have created a beauty contest. "Bustin' Out All Over"; Mr. Weatherbee hates the bust of Timothy Wiggins that's displayed on campus, but he can't get rid of it until he has a replacement, so the gang has a bust of Mr. Weatherbee made. "All in One"; Mr. Weatherbee thinks Archie is wasting his time going after girls and tries to get him a hobby. "Gals and Pals"; Jughead gets a part-time job putting letters in envelopes and mailing them. "Pane in His Neck"; Reggie buys a replacement pane of glass when he breaks one Archie and Jughead are carrying. "Pardon My Pup Tent," art by Bill Vigoda; Archie and Jughead try to put up a pup tent. Adventures of the Dover Boys house ad. "The Foul Fowl"; For their Home Economics class, Betty and Veronica must prepare a dinner for four. "All Tarred Out," art by Bob Montana; Archie and Jughead have to repair a hole in the garage roof. 116 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #3
    Archie Annual (1950) 3
    • Chew.
    • Water damage. Mold.

    Cover art by Bob Montana. "Watch the Birdie"; Mr. Weatherbee is going to shoot the school class's picture. "The Male Bag"; Betty's dad gives her some hunting tips. "Ring On My Finger"; Lottie wears Jughead's fraternity ring. "Toupee Or Not Toupee"; Mr. Weatherbee's wife bought him a toupee to wear, but he doesn't want anyone at school to see him in it. "If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Have Faked a Cake..."; Veronica has to bake a cake for cooking class and Reggie volunteers to help her. "Sun Stroke," script and art by Dave Berg; Jughead is suffering from sun stroke. "Suits Me!"; Veronica invites Archie to a swanky garden party and he down to one pair of pants. "Hollywood Tattle Tales" article. "Love Thy Neighbor," art by Bill Vigoda; Archie mistakenly thinks that Mr. Lodge has gone bankrupt and mobilizes the town to come to his rescue. "The Big Game Hunter"; Veronica wants Archie to take her to the Yarvard game but when he finally gets tickets he learns he has the wrong game. Archie's Rival Reggie house ad. "Sick and Tired," script and art by Dave Berg; Veronica keeps trying to get a handsome life guard's attention. "Sneak Snack"; Reggie forgot his lunch and takes one of Jughead's sandwiches. "Along Came a Spider"; Archie and Jughead make a trick spider. "Bear-Faced Lie"; Archie tries to impress Veronica by having Jughead dress up like a bear and shoot him. "The Big Fraudcast"; Reggie tries to cheat using a radio. "Athlete's Feat," art by Samm Schwartz; Archie and Jughead help Betty create a gym in her house. "Starve Or Bust"; Jughead competes in both a hamburger-eating contest and a pie-eating contest. "Archie Cleans Up!"; Mr. Weatherbee makes the mistake of telling Archie to spread the word about the clean-up campaign for schools. "An Old Fashioned Girl"; Betty tries to keep Archie around with a television. "A Moose Is As Good As a Mile"; Archie takes Veronica hunting. "Thar He Blows!"; Jughead goes to the beach for hamburgers. 116 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #4
    Archie Annual (1950) 4

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    Cover art by Bob Montana. "Once a Pond a Time"; Archie plans to go skinny dipping at the pond so Reggie plays a trick on him. "Battery Will Get You Nowhere"; Archie needs $17.50 for a new battery for his car. Archie Puzzle Fun. "Hits and Misses"; Archie finds out that Betty and Veronica have started a girl baseball team and he offers to teach them to play. "The Unsung Hero"; Moose beat up Jughead for talking to Lottie, but he needs Jughead to help him pass a test so he can play football. "There Is Nothing Like a Dame!"; Archie is in a slump because Veronica felt he was immature, unlike the 20 year old she's now dating. "The Finishing Touch"; Betty hears Archie is looking for her and he has an idea for a moonlight dinner. "The Urn Turns"; Archie and Jughead clean the attic and try to sell an urn for a few dollars. "Strenuos Strategy"; Betty uses the book "How To Get Your Man" by Ima Spinster to try and win Archie. "Dog Daze"; Jughead hypnotizes Archie to prove to Veronica he can do it. "Out of This Whirl"; Archie and the gang create a planetarium using golf balls, balloons and basketballs. "The Bottle Baby"; Jughead is taking some returnable bottles in a baby carriage. "Flash In the Pan"; Mr. Weatherbee's picture is accidentally put on wanted posters. "Queen of the May"; Mr. Weatherbee is under pressure from parents to pick their daughter as the Queen of the May. "New Leaf"; Reggie decides to turn over a new leaf and give up practical jokes. "Oh, Baby!"; Archie has to watch Veronica's kid cousin, Carol Ann, while she goes out. "Passing the Buck!", script by Frank Doyle, art by George Frese; Jughead tells Miss Grundy that a workman is a counter-fitter and she misunderstands. "Boast of the Town"; Archie, Betty and Jughead go to a ritzy party with upper crust snobs. 116 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #5
    Archie Annual (1950) 5

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  • Issue #6
    Archie Annual (1950) 6

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  • Issue #7
    Archie Annual (1950) 7
    • Cover detached.
    • 2" Cumulative spine split.

    25¢ cover price. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #8
    Archie Annual (1950) 8
    • Cover oxidation.

    c"Poor Little Rich Whirl," pencils by George Frese, inks by Terry Szenics; Betty is jealous of Veronica's wealth; Veronica invites her for an overnight visit to emphasize her wealth and get her to give up Archie. "The Straight and Narrow"; Jughead can't paint a straight line because he has hiccups. "Watered Down"; Betty can't hear Veronica through the shower door. "Hide and Shriek"; Archie, Reggie and Jughead try to avoid three girls who want to invite them to a girls-ask-boys dance. "Lens Me Your Heart"; Archie and his friends decide to write a feature article in the school paper about Miss Grundy but they don't want her to know about it so they ask her some questions and then make up an excuse that it's just to keep on file in case they need to write her obituary. "Soil Foil"; Reggie's father tells him to move a large pile of loam around to the back of the yard but Reggie cons Archie into doing the work for him. "A Vase Daze"; Archie smashes Mr. Weatherbee's vase when he bumps into him in the hallway. "Cat Nipped"; Archie's father comes home with a good catch of fish but decides to not tell Archie's mother until after she's finished razzing him about not catching anything. "Rumors are Lying!"; Betty has a dream that Archie asked her to go steady; When she shares that dream with others it turns into a rumor. "Zoot Yourself!"; Betty and Veronica insult the clothes worn by Archie and Reggie so Reggie takes Archie to Cal's Classy Clothes where they end up buying oversized outfits. "Follow the Swallow!"; As part of her technique of dealing with boys Veronica gives Archie a hard time to keep him off balance. "Fright for Sore Eyes!"; Archie offers to look for a prowler outside the Lodge mansion. "Share Cropper!"; Mr. Lodge encourages Veronica to share Archie with Betty. "Old and New-rosis"; Mr. Weatherbee and Miss Grundy send Jughead to a psychiatrist to see why he eats so much. "Chairful Tidings"; Archie answers the door at Veronica's house and tells Mrs. Mammoth to take a chair—meaning to have a seat. "Counter Attack"; Archie says he doesn't have to see or hear Veronica to know that she's around because she radiates magnetic influences that attract him. 100 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #9
    Archie Annual (1950) 9

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    Cover pencils by Harry Lucey. Archie Giant Series house ad. "For Betty or Worse"; Archie makes a date with Betty, but Betty thinks Veronica will make Archie cancel for a ride in her new car; Betty sabotages Veronica's car. "Scent Sore"; Veronica has an exclusive perfume made for her, which makes Betty jealous; Jughead tries to invent an insecticide for roses. "Past Performance!"; Veronica and her parents are spending the summer in a rented cabin; They find a trunk of turn of the century women's clothes that was left in the cabin. "Slap Happy"; Reggie tries to convince Archie that women like to be treated roughly; Archie and Veronica decide to trick Reggie with a stunt where Archie pretends to slap Veronica and Veronica claps her hands behind her back to provide a sound effect. House ads for Little Archie and Little Archie in Animal Land. "A Loan and Blue!"; Reggie gives a lecture every time someone wants to borrow anything. "Voice and Girls Together"; Archie and Reggie are lovesick over the new girl Vilma; Betty and Veronica try pampering the boys, but that doesn't work. Archie's Pals 'n' Gals house ad. "Man's Best Friend"; Reggie torments a dog in a pet shop window; Later Veronica buys the dog and Reggie keeps tormenting it. "Weak End"; Reggie keeps jumping to conclusions and thinks Archie is going away for the weekend and Veronica will be free to date him. "Gemini Crickets"; Jughead's horoscope says today will be his lucky day; Instead he gets caught up in a scheme by Midge to teach Moose not to be so jealous. "Mutual Aggravation Society," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Veronica says she and Archie are compatible because of "true love"; Betty tests the theory by sending Jughead over for the afternoon. Archie's Christmas Stocking house ad. "Clothing Dummy"; Every time Betty buys a new dress, Veronica buys the same style and comes up with a scheme to make Betty takes hers back. "Mooseketeer," art by Tom Moore; Jughead convinces Reggie that Moose, like all bullies, is a coward at heart; He uses padding and makeup to make Reggie look like a thug. "Phony Pony," pencils by Samm Schwartz; Archie plans on attending a masquerade party as a cowboy riding a horse, but Jughead and Reggie don't want to play the part of his horse. 100 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #10
    Archie Annual (1950) 10
    • 2 1/4" Spine split from bottom. Missing piece from back cover. Staple rust and Migration
    • Full length spine split. Tape.

    "Popular Demand"; Is Archie popular?; Read about it in the newspapers. "Phone Loving Crowd"; Archie's friends are using his family's phone to make long distance calls. "Spanks for the Advice," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Archie is babysitting Veronica's little cousin Leroy, who everybody believes needs a good spanking. "Big Wheels!"; Archie gets a job at the carnival. "Who Do Voo Doo?"; Archie doesn't believe in superstitions but Betty and Reggie do. "Handball Happy," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie and Reggie get caught playing handball against the building, first by Mr. Weatherbee then by Miss Grundy. "Popularity Pest," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead helps Betty pick out a dress; Unfortunately, it's the same dress he helped half the girls in the school pick out. Archie's Christmas Stocking house ad. "Sailor Beware!", script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda; The gang wants to go to a moonlight sail but they can't afford it, except for Jughead. "Just an Idea," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Vincent DeCarlo; Reggie tries to come up with a new way to clean erasers. "Nip & Talk"; Mr. Weatherbee is for the birds. "Crate Fun!", script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie and his friends find a crate. When they try to open it they all get injured. "The Unkindest Cut" starring Archie Andrews, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, and Don Keyhote. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #11
    Archie Annual (1950) 11

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    "A Star Is Born"; Mr. Lodge's friend swindles him out of $2,000 with a worthless painting. "Date Deflate"; Betty's new friend sees Archie and Veronica together and wants an introduction; Betty stalls because she doesn't want her gorgeous friend to catch Archie. "So's Your Aunt Mathilda," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty can't get her handsome new neighbor to notice her; She tells Jughead her problem and he suggests that she write to "Aunt Mathilda's Advice to the Lovelorn" column. "What's the Pitch?", script by George Gladir, art by Samm Schwartz; No one on the baseball team can pitch. Coach Kleats wanders the hallways and finds a tall boy who is great throwing an apple core. Archie Giant Series ad. "Scalp-Treatment!", pencils by Bill Vigoda; sAll the boys are wearing Mohawk-style wigs as a fad; Archie shows up with a Mohawk, too; but nobody told him about the wigs. "Calm and Collected," pencils by Samm Schwartz; Jughead wants Reggie to help him clean out a garage for half of $10; Reggie refuses, saying he needs to rest up for the party he's hosting that evening. "Stars and Gripes," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Archie wins a contest and gets a date with movie star Jane Bustle; He doesn't know who she is, but Mr. Weatherbee does, and says she was quite a beauty--after World War I. "An Ear for Music!"; Reggie tries to pull a mean trick on the new kid, Tuffy, when he thinks Jughead told him Tuffy was "stone deaf." "Diet Riot," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Mr. Weatherbee is ordered to go on a diet, with Miss Grundy in charge of seeing he stays on it. "No Help Wanted; Archie's father gets two tickets to the boxing match; Archie already has a date with Veronica for that night. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #12
    Archie Annual (1950) 12

    "It's a Snap"; After watching a concert featuring Frankie Babylon and the Fabulous Flab, Archie falls asleep in the concert hall and dreams of becoming a teen idol. "Heavy on the History," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Betty tricks Archie into studying for his history test by reading his entire history book. "The Champ"; Moose is mad at Archie for telling Midge he's dumb; Archie gets revenge by taking advantage of Moose's fear of ghosts. "It's a Man's World," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie takes Veronica to an amusement park, where she proceeds to best him at every carnival game. Archie Giant Series house ad. "The Eyes Have It!", pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie needs an advance on his allowance but is one step behind his father all day. "That's the Ticket," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Reggie is in charge of the dance committee; Moose wants to be on the committee, so Reggie and Archie decide to put him on ticket sales. "The Eyes Have It!", pencils by Bill Vigoda; Mr. Weatherbee accidentally steps on his glass and breaks them. "Father's No Fool," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie's father buys his mother a fur coat; Archie thinks he should buy something for Veronica. "Down Mexico Way," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie's father, Jughead, and Betty and Veronica all try to pressure Mr. Weatherbee so that Archie can win a trip to Mexico. "Guess Again"; After making dates with two girls they met earlier in the afternoon, Reggie and Archie use a series of word gags to agitate Betty and Veronica so they won't believe them when they tell them they want to "play the field." "Summer Spectacle," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie gets upset when everyone interrupts him while he's talking. "Fisherman's Luck!", pencils by Bill Vigoda; Mr. Lodge sends Archie and Jughead to pick up 300 trout. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    3 days left Auction 1960 ARCHIE ANNUAL #12 ~ water damage, back cover detached

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  • Issue #13
    Archie Annual (1950) 13

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    Cover art by Harry Lucey. "Two Little Words," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Terry Szenics; The story of Archie and Veronica's breakup, Betty and Reggie's attempt to move in on them, and their reconciliation, all told using only two words of dialogue: "Archie" and "Veronica." "Mail Male!", pencils by Bob White, inks by Terry Szenics; Mr. Weatherbee goes to see the doctor about a funny taste in his mouth. "Apple Turnover," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; Mr. Lodge offers to pay the boys to pick the apples in his orchard, but Reggie convinces them that they should turn down the offer and sneak back at night to pick the apples for themselves, in the tradition of mischievous American kids. "Hose Down!" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Something of Value!", pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; Reggie gets the mistaken impression that Moose has put up Midge as collateral for a loan from Jughead. "In a Class By Himself!", script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; Archie shocks his lazy friends by saying he intends to go to summer school, but his announcement inspires them to sign up for summer school themselves. "Finger Folly," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; Reggie tries to put the "whammy" on Archie after being beaten out for a date with Veronica. "Birds of a Feather," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; Archie and Jughead go up to the mountains to visit Mr. Lodge at his lodge, where they interfere with his attempts at bird-watching. "Tropical Heat Rave," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; On a hot day, Reggie annoys Archie by asking "hot enough for you?" and then gets the other kids to say the same tired old phrase to the sweltering Archie. "Playback," pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; Veronica uses a pre-recorded tape so she can sneak out for a date with Reggie without Archie knowing about it. "Last Chance!", pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; When Archie and Jughead each have a dollar, Reggie cons them into voluntarily using the money to pay off his tab at Pop's. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #14
    Archie Annual (1950) 14

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    Cover pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Terry Szenics. "Image Scrimmage," script by Frank Doyle, art by Bob White; Archie's reflection decides to step out of the mirror and see what it's like to live Archie's real life. "Green Thumbs," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; Archie and Reggie try to plant a tree in Mr. Lodge's backyard. Archie Club News. "Past 'n' Present," script and art by Bob Bolling; While waiting for Archie and Reggie to arrive to take them out for a date, Betty and Veronica remember the first time the boys came to pick them up to take them to a dance: they stopped to play follow-the-leader with the boys, and wound up at Ronnie's house late and muddy. Little Archie house ad. "Grundy On the Brain," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Miss Grundy has cotton in her ears and keeps mis-hearing everything people say. "The Escort," pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; Moose befriends a monster named Dumbo and walks home with him. "Moon Madness," script by George Gladir, pencils by Bill Vigoda; Two girls from the moon go out on dates with Archie and Reggie. "Note the Difference," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie puts a note in a textbook, thinking it's Veronica's; But it's Betty's book and she thinks Archie meant to invite her to the dance. "My Puzzling Pal," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Jughead wonders why Archie is in strenuous training. "United Notions," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Terry Szenics; Mr. Weatherbee assigns Archie and Reggie to be study mates, hoping that they'll be forced to work together and get over their rivalry. Archie's Pals 'n' Gals house ad. U. S. Royal ad with Archie. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    $105 ARCHIE ANNUAL #14 ARCHIE COMICS 1963 VG+
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  • Issue #15
    Archie Annual (1950) 15
    • INCOMPLETE. Page missing, interrupts art and story.

    Cover art by Dan DeCarlo. "Call of the Wild," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey; Archie's plaintive wails for Veronica, much like the calls for "Chloe" on the old Spike Jones records, are shattering every piece of expensive crystal in the mansion, right before Mr. Lodge's horrified eyes. "The Old Saying," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; Archie's casual dropping of hoary clichés get taken literally by everybody else. "Private Talk," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Mr. Weatherbee overhears Archie and Jughead speaking slang and demands an explanation from Miss Grundy. "The Cool Kid" one-page story by Joe Edwards; Lil Jinx finds a way to sleep in the unbearable summer heat. The "Unwanted," pencils by Harry Lucey; Mr. Lodge is put in the unusual position of helping Archie against Veronica. "Keyboard Caper," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey; Mr. Lodge asks Archie to help him hide Veronica's birthday present: A baby grand piano. "Two Down, One To Go," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda; Mr. Weatherbee keeps bouncing back and forth between Archie and Reggie in his efforts to track down who painted a mural on the school wall. "The Ransom," pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; Feeling under-appreciated by Veronica, Archie fakes his own abduction to garner sympathy. "Vacation," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda; Everybody thinks Archie was on a vacation, when in reality he was lying in a hammock for three days reading a book. "Gift Shift," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Vincent DeCarlo; When Archie spots Reggie giving Veronica a gift box, he thinks he's forgotten an important anniversary. U.S. Rubber Tire Company ad with Archie. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    $46 Archie Annual #15 - Cover art by Dan DeCarlo (Archie, 1964) Fine

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  • Issue #16
    Archie Annual (1950) 16

    "Pogo Happy," pencils by Harry Lucey; Veronica is planting tulip bulbs; Archie decides he can use a pogo stick to make the holes for the bulbs. "The Rain Caper!"; Veronica sends Archie to pick up a package; It starts to rain so Archie backs up to the house and hits the downspout, causing the water to spill into Archie's car. "Easy Street," pencils by Bill Vigoda; A couple of little wise guys insult Archie and get him in trouble with Veronica. "Speed Up!" one-page story, script and art by Joe Edwards; Hap needs help with the door because his arms are full of bags of groceries. Archie's Pals 'n' Gals house ad. "Rare Hair Wear" one-page story, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty and Veronica imagine what they'd look like in different hair styles. "Beach Nut!"; Archie has a job setting up umbrellas at the beach; He gets in trouble with both Betty and Veronica and another girl's boyfriend. "Glad Hand," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Jughead has borrowed a model of the human hand from art class; Reggie tries to use it for pranks. "Cool Clan"; Archie and the boys form a "Girl Watching Club." Archie's Jokes house ad. Archie Club News. "Tired Money" one-page story by Joe Edwards; When Lil Jinx says she's too tired to pick up her toys, her father says he's too tired to count out her allowance. "I'll Fry Tommorrow!", pencils by Bill Vigoda; The newest fad is frying marbles; They are heated on the stove, then dumped into cold water which makes them cracked and sparkly and suitable for making jewelry. "Mad Fad" one-page story, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty and Veronica are arguing about which one started the backwards fashion fads. "Born to Bungle," pencils by Bill Vigoda; When Veronica is alone in the house, she sees a man lurking in the bushes; Grabbing a croquet mallet, she goes to investigate, only to find it is her father, waiting to make sure that Archie has left. "Tale of the Tiger," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Farley Barnswallow is a new kid who has caught Veronica's fancy. "Gypsy Madness"; Archie buys an old gypsy charm, but finds that it only attracts old gypsies. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #17
    Archie Annual (1950) 17

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    Cover pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Mario Acquaviva. How I Learned to Draw Comics ad. "Rumor Has It," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Mario Acquaviva; Reggie breaks up Archie's date with Veronica by revealing that Archie has been kissing Betty. "Funny Honey," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica is uninterested in doing anything with Archie, until Betty shows up. "Clothes Conscious," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty goes over to Veronica's house to flaunt her new dress in front of Archie. "Look No Hands," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx figures out a way to eat dinner without washing her hands. "Keep Cool," pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Marty Epp; When Fred decides to invest in a room air conditioner, Archie convinces him to get a second-hand unit so they can use the left-over money to buy a color TV. The Experiment," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Mr. Weatherbee tries an experiment: teaching a class via video monitor. "The Rejected," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Mario Acquaviva; Archie and Veronica try to ditch their friends so they can get some time alone together, but they're disappointed to realize that no one actually wants to spend time with them. Archie Club News. "Rescue Work"; Reggie tricks Archie into climbing up into a tree to rescue a cat that belongs not to a girl, but to Reggie. Archie's Jokes house ad. "Pass the Word," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; When Archie and Veronica aren't speaking, Archie asks Betty to give a message to Ronnie for him, consisting only of the words "You, too!" "Beach Party" one-page story, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Everyone except Jughead is having fun at the beach party. "The Gentlemen," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie and Reggie fight over whose umbrella will shelter Veronica in the rain. Archie's Pals 'n' Gals house ad. "Blow Hot Blow Cool," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Mario Acquaviva; Pop Tate's new air conditioner makes the Chok'lit Shoppe so cold that everyone has to bundle up and buy hot chocolate instead of ice cream. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #18
    Archie Annual (1950) 18

    Cover art by Bob White. "The Usual Crowd," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Marty Epp; Betty and Veronica take a walk along the beach, where Archie, Reggie, and Moose unsuccessfully try to impress them. "Doubling Up," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx uses selective hearing to take two lollipops from the kitchen table. "Expert Help," script by Jim Ruth, art by John Rosenberger; The United Girls Against Jughead try to catch Jughead, but Archie and Betty help him escape. Betty's Pin-Up, pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Put Them All Together!", script and pencils by Bob White, inks by Marty Epp; Betty sings a flattering alphabet song (A is for..., R is for..., etc.) to Archie, but Reggie comes up with an insulting version of his own. Archie's Pals 'n' Gals house ad. Archie Club News. "Vidiot's Delight," pencils by John Rosenberger; Archie, Jughead, and Veronica demonstrate the different ways they do homework and watch television at the same time. "What Every Girl Should Know," pencils by John Rosenberger; On a teen TV show, Archie is interviewed about what he likes and dislikes about a girl. "Gym Jam"; Betty and Veronica are practicing gymnastics in the gym; Archie brags that he can do anything the girls can do, but fails at every attempt. "I Knew It," script by Jim Ruth, pencils by John Rosenberger; Archie thinks Reggie is up to something and is still suspicious after Betty tells him that Reggie isn't planning any tricks. Veronica's Pin-Up, pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Bam da Bam Bam," pencils by John Rosenberger; When Archie and Reggie start fighting, Mr. Weatherbee sends them to the new Student Council Human Relations Court. "The Treat"; Archie is broke, but thinks he can use psychology to treat Betty at Pop's and not spend any money. Archies Jokes house ad. "The Subject"; Betty paints a portrait of Archie and exhibits it in the school gallery. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #19
    Archie Annual (1950) 19

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Storm Warnings," pencils by Harry Lucey; Veronica is upset when Archie tells a beautiful girl that he's not going steady with anyone. Archie Pin Up, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Bad Day at Boulder Beach or Another Scheme Goes on the Rocks," script and pencils by Bob Bolling; Archie improves his surfing prowess by gluing his feet to the board. "Down to Earth!", script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx doesn't want to come inside because she's busy playing in the mud. "Pirate's Den (and Pirates Now)", script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Marty Epp; Archie convinces Mr. Weatherbee that there is pirate treasure buried in Riverdale. "Pool Fool," script and art by Joe Edwards; Archie tries to clean Mr. Lodge's pool. Archie Club News. "The Past," script and pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Marty Epp; All the kids think Mr. Weatherbee's hopeless when he tries to show athletic prowess, but Archie sees a new side of the man when he sees Weatherbee's old school trophies. Betty and Veronica Summer Fun #147 house ad. "Big Scene in Dunesville," script and pencils by Bob Bolling; Archie gets into trouble with Mr. Lodge's experimental "sub-mobile." "Star Stunt," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Archie and Betty compete against Reggie and Veronica in a surfing contest. "Tongue Twister," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Mario Acquaviva; Archie rescues the French ambassador's daughter because he knows how to speak French. Archie's Jokes #146 house ad. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    $31 Archie Annual #19 VG+ 1967-1968 Silver Age Archie Comics Giant Series
    3 days left Auction ARCHIE ANNUAL 19 Low Grade, Giant, 1967, Betty, Veronica, Jughead

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  • Issue #20
    Archie Annual (1950) 20

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "The Date," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Mario Acquaviva; Archie scrambles to raise enough money to show Veronica a good time on their upcoming date. "Clear as Glass!", script and art by Joe Edwards; Li'l Jinx wants a color TV set. Bendix Brakes ad with Archie. "Crystal Clear," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Marty Epp; Mr. Lodge becomes convinced that Veronica's crystal ball can actually foretell the future. Archie Club News. "That's My Pop," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Fred makes Archie stay home and help him put up a new TV antenna. Betty and Veronica Pin-Up, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Friend to the End!", script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bob White, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty and Veronica try to demonstrate that Dilton is the only boy in school brave enough to hit on Midge without fear of Moose. "Pop Tate We Miss You (or You Can Blame Our Aim)", script and art by Bob Bolling; Pop Tate announces his retirement, sells the shop, and moves to wonderful Wrinkle City in Florida. "Strangers in the Night," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Walking home from a scary movie, Betty and Veronica think they're being followed by someone sinister. Betty and Veronica Summer Fun house ad. "Authentic Archie Jalopy Model," script by George Gladir, pencils by Gus LeMoine; A guide to what an ultra-realistic Archie jalopy toy would be like. Jughead Pin-Up, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "The Last Home Run," script and art by Bob Bolling; Mr. Andrews insists on trying to recapture his youth by joining in on Archie's backyard baseball game. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    $28 Archie Annual 20th-Issue (1968-69) ~Archie Giant Series ~ Bandstand ~ 6.0
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  • Issue #21
    Archie Annual (1950) 21
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    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Tippecanoe and Jughead, Too!", script and pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Archie and Jughead are taking a canoe trip. "Ladder of Success," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; While watching the Newlywed Show, Mr. Lodge dreams Archie and Veronica eloped. "Maximum Effort," pencils by Al Hartley; Archie has to study instead of dating. "Be Seated," script and art by Joe Edwards; Li'l Jinx is doing what her dad says. "The Gift," pencils by Bob Bolling; Veronica gets a telephone for her car. Archie Club News. "River Boat," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bob White, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie is gathering flowers to turn his car into a parade float. "New Kick," pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Mr. Lodge is on an effeminacy kick. "The Mean Man," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Marty Epp; Archie has a dog following him to school; Betty and Veronica want the dog in school, but Mr. Weatherbee does not. "Lazy Day," pencils by Bob Bolling; Mr. Lodge wants the lazy loafers off his property. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    $85 1969-1970 Archie Annual #21, CGC 3.0
    6 days left Auction ARCHIE ANNUAL #21 (1969/70) CGC 6.0 OFF-WHITE PAGES

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  • Issue #22
    Archie Annual (1950) 22

    Cover art by Dan DeCarlo. "The Brighter Side," pencils by Bob Bolling; Archie gets ten dollars for a good report card, but circumstances eat it away before he can blow it on Veronica. "Test Case," script and pencils by Bob Bolling; Tiring of students with imaginary illnesses designed to get them out of tests, Nurse Swab decides to go off on the next student with a fake excuse, and that student happens to be Archie. "High Finance," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bob White, inks by Mario Acquaviva; The Archies team up to stop Professor Gasworth from using his anti-gravity gas from robbing the Riverdale Bank, building and all. "Pic Sick," script and art by Joe Edwards; In the art gallery, Jinx finds a picture that sickens her. "Call Me Irreplaceable," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bob White; The administration contemplates replacing Coach Kleats with an egotistical bodybuilder because he projects a more healthy image. "The Painting," pencils by Bob Bolling; Jealous of the attention Archie gives Betty over her landscape painting skill, Veronica invites him to the mansion to look at her paintings, then hires a professional painter to teach her how. "Search For A Bivalve Retreat," script and pencils by Bob Bolling; Archie sells his share of an oyster boat, forcing Jughead to look for a legendary lost oyster bed with Girtha Gooseby. "Honest Tee," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Bob Bolling; Archie accidentally breaks one of Mr. Lodge's golf clubs and Veronica tries to take the blame for it. 64 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    $27 Archie Annual #22 VG/FN 1970-1971 Silver Age Archie Comics Giant Series

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  • Issue #23
    Archie Annual (1950) 23

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "The Inferior Decorator," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Marty Epp; The Archies are hired to provide some up-to-date entertainment for one of Mr. Lodge's parties, but on the orders of the flamboyant interior decorator Mrs. Lodge hired, they are forced to wear ridiculously flashy mod outfits that make them unable to play their best. "Come Fly With Me," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Mr. Weatherbee takes the kids to an aviation museum, where he explains the history of human flight. "Cat-Erwauling," script and art by Bob Bolling; Mr. Lodge wants to watch a broadcast of a speech he gave, but his TV is in the shop. "Do Me a Favor," pencils by Bob Bolling; Veronica asks Archie to do her one little favor after another. Reggie Pin Up, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Staying In School," pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Archie and Jughead explain to a bearded high school dropout that staying in school offers more freedom and excitement than dropping out and doing your own thing. "Subject Matter," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Miss Grundy tries everything she can think of to get Betty and Veronica to talk about something other than boys. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    4 days left Auction Archie Annual #23 (original series) 1971-1972 high grade

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  • Issue #24
    Archie Annual (1950) 24

    Cover art by Dan DeCarlo. "The Champion," pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; A concussed Archie suddenly starts acting like a track and field superstar because Reggie told him he was. "Spring Tonic," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie's joyous pronouncements over the arrival of spring manage to hurt Betty's feelings. "Silent Partner," pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Rudy Lapick; The lawn care service Archie launches with Jughead and Moose is soon sabotaged by poor planning. "Fore," script and art by Joe Edwards; Charley's umpiring brings a strong reaction from the crowd. "The Plumber's Friend," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; The plumber's assistant is out sick, so Mr. Weatherbee makes the colossal mistake of asking Archie to help him out. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    $8 Archie Annual #24 1972 Archie Giant Series Comic Book Very Good+
    4 days left Auction Archie Annual #24 (original series) 1972-1973 high grade

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  • Issue #25
    Archie Annual (1950) 25

    "Ready...Set...Go!", script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey; Archie turns the household upside down getting ready for a date. "Baseball Fever," script and art by Joe Edwards; Greg really loves baseball. "Curtain Going Down," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey; Reality keeps intruding into the rehearsals in Miss Coe's drama class. "Tip Top Tape"; Mr. Weatherbee has a new scheme to get Archie to school on time. "Claim to Fame," inks by Rudy Lapick; Coach Kleats judges Archie to be his most consistent bowler. "Progress," pencils by Harry Lucey; In prehistoric times, Archie tries to invent weapons. "The Real Thing," pencils by Harry Lucey; Archie fantasizes that he has a cool sports car and the chicks all dig him. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    $17 ARCHIE ANNUAL #25, our grade 6.0, Archie Giant, Veronica's yard sale

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  • Issue #26
    Archie Annual (1950) 26

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Tired of It All," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; While rolling his flat tire to the garage, Archie loses control of it, with comic results. "Food for Thought," script and art by Joe Edwards; Studying only seems to make Charley hungry. "The Callers," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; Mary makes Fred help her clean up the house on the off-chance that The Graingers may stop by. "Birthday Boy," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; Reggie's surprise gift for Archie's impending birthday backfires on the Andrews lad. "Roman Holiday," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; Set in ancient Rome, Emperor Archibus ignores the good advice of Jugibus and seeks out Reggio instead. "Quiet on the Set," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; Archie and Jughead imagine themselves in a slapstick silent comedy set in the halls of Riverdale. Archie Club News. "Chivalry Is Dead," pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; Jughead criticizes Archie for carrying Veronica over a puddle of water. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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    $8 Archie Annual 26 1974 GIANT SIZE very good - fine
    $10 Archie Annual #26 1975 VG/FN
    $10 ARCHIE GIANT #26 Archie Annual! Right On! Comic Book ~ VG/FN
    9 days left Auction Archie Annual No. 26 (1974-1975) Archie Giant (35 cent version)
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