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Jughead (1949 1st Series) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 1
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($53.85) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: White
    • Label #1465710002

    Experiment Perilous; Reggie's teasing of Jughead causes Jughead to use his Uncle's secret formula (who wants to sell it to government agents) on Reggie; and chaos ensues. The Dangerous Sex, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead tutors Lottie, even though Moose will punch out any other boy who even LOOKS at Lottie. Soupy the Cynic; Souphead and Jughead have a competition of gallantry. The Unsung Hero; Professor invents a solution that repels pigskin; there also happens to be a football game the next day. Pardon My Bumper; Jughead bumps into Mr. Weatherbee's car. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 2
    • 2 3/4" Cumulative Spine split.
  • Issue #4
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 4
    • 4 1/4" cumulative spine split.Cover and centerfold detached.
    Auction opens August 17
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Staples replaced. Tape along spine of interior cover and on centerfold. Corner pieces torn from interior (margin), lateral spine tears.

    Cover by George Frese. "Booked Solid"; Jughead forgets to write a book report, so he quickly begins writing a wild west story; Miss Grundy is so upset she takes him to Mr. Weatherbee, who insists that Jughead finish the story so he can see what happens. "Inventin' We Will Go," art by George Frese; Uncle Herman tries to turn the new television into a 3-D television and it seems he succeeded. An Ounce of Prevention public service announcement; Archie helps plan escape routes in case of a house fire, so his father sleeps well at night. "The Sad Sock"; Jughead gets a job as Mr. Lodge's house boy; When Mr. Lodge calls home to get his stocks, Jughead brings him his socks. "The Test Pest"; Archie gets his shirt caught in the mimeograph while helping Miss Grundy print tests; Reggie gets the test answers off of Archie's shirt. "The Run-Around," pencils by Bill Vigoda; While Jughead is getting a new pair of pants altered, someone steals his old pants. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 5
    • Staining. Soiling. Staple rust.

    Cover by George Frese. "Femmes and Fowls," art by George Frese; Jughead and Archie try to start an egg farm with a rooster but trade it in for two ducks until Veronica gets mad that they are exploiting the ducks. A Bicycle Is Built for One public service announcement; Jughead warns Archie and Veronica about riding with her on the handlebars and when they get hit by a car, Veronica ends up in the hospital with one leg and one arm in cast. "Flyin' High," art by George Frese; Jughead helps Betty build a kite to impress Archie, but on the way to an open location to fly it, Jughead flies out of the back seat when the kite catches the wind. "A Hair Brained Plot!"; Betty and Veronica think Archie is distracted by girls with short hair, but they decide between them that long hair is best. Ad for Super Duck. "Of Moose and Men"; Jughead helps Moose by writing poems for the new girl, Midgie; Other girls think Jughead is writing the poems on his own behalf and they threaten to beat up Moose if he hurts Jughead. "Second Fiddle"; Veronica asks Uke to play for her in a canoe in the moonlight. Sam Hill ad. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 7
    • 2" cumulative spine split.
    • 1-1/2" cumulative spine split.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($27.45) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: White
    • Label #C709CB-001

    Cover art by George Frese. "A Fool for Food!", pencils by George Frese; When Mr. Weatherbee realizes that Betty is passing food to Archie and Jughead from Home Economics class, he sabotages the next batch to teach them a lesson. "Fight! Fight!"; Jughead claims a fight is about to break out in the Choc'lit Shoppe. "The Baby Quitter," art by Samm Schwartz; An innocent remark to the child Jughead is baby-sitting gets him suspected of child abuse. "Flash in the Pan," art by Samm Schwartz; Ferdie's attempts to take cheesecake photos of Suzie end up making her father miserable. "Movie Chatter" article. "Bewitched Battered and Bewildered," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by George Frese, inks by Terry Szenics; Mr. Weatherbee tries to stop Jughead and Reggie from constantly fighting in class. In Hot Water" public service announcement, script and art by Dave Berg; Red goes swimming alone against Wilbur's advice. "Shirt from Skirt," art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead mails pictures of himself in a loud shirt to a strange woman. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 12
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.
    • 2" Cumulative spine split.

    Cover by Bill Vigoda. "We Want A Re-Count"; Jughead wins every category in the school favorites because he voted for himself enough to win a majority. "Labor Of Love"; Pop Tate hires Jughead to be a soda jerk, but Jughead doesn't make a very good worker. "Leaf Me Alone"; Mr. Weatherbee offers a day off of school for the student who will rake the leaves; Jughead piles the leaves and starts to burn them; The smoke goes straight into Mr. Weatherbee's office. "Party Line"; Jughead's father encourages him to be more social since it's his birthday; He overhears his friends planning his surprise party; He invites everyone to the Chok'lit Shoppe that night. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 13
    • 1" cumulative spine split.
    • 2" spine split from bottom of comic.

    Cover art by Bill Vigoda. "Misfortune Teller"; Posing as a fortune teller, Jughead convinces Moose and Miss Grundy not to do the two things he fears most. "High "C"", art by Joe Edwards; The students try to fix it so Wilbur doesn't sit next to Laurie in music class. "Heat-Waif," art by Samm Schwartz; A local policeman won't allow Jughead to wear shorts on a sweltering day, so Jughead dresses in drag to get away with it. "Close Shave," art by Samm Schwartz; Suzie tries to help out her father by sharpening his straight razor. "Milland Sees Traveling Urge in His Small Son" article; Collection of Hollywood anecdotes. "Don't Point," art by Dave Berg; Jughead gives Archie safe gun-handling advice while out hunting together. "To Diet or Die Yet?"; The school physician puts Jughead on a diet and Reggie can't wait to torture him with it. "Voo-Doodit," art by George Frese; To convince Souphead that voodoo isn't real, Jughead makes voodoo dolls of Reggie, Archie and Mr. Weatherbee and demonstrates them in front of his cousin. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 14
    • 1" spine split from top. Cover detached at one staple.
    • Bottom staple deteriorated (rust/migration).
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.50) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover art by Bill Vigoda. "We Want A Re-Count"; Jughead wins every category in the school favorites because he voted for himself enough to win a majority. "Labor Of Love"; Pop Tate hires Jughead to be a soda jerk, but Jughead doesn't make a very good worker. "Leaf Me Alone"; Mr. Weatherbee offers a day off of school for the student who will rake the leaves; Jughead piles the leaves and starts to burn them; The smoke goes straight into Mr. Weatherbee's office. "Spellbound"; Reggie pronounces the word "xenodochein" and asks Archie to spell it backwards, so Archie spells "it" backwards. "Party Line"; Jughead's father encourages him to be more social since it's his birthday; He overhears his friends planning his surprise party; He invites everyone to the Chok'lit Shoppe that night. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 15

    "It Makes Scents," art by Samm Schwartz; Ophelia bets Veronica that she can get Jughead to take her to the school dance. "Tanks for the Memory"; Jughead is left at the Lodge's to await the delivery of some tropical fish. "Plane Talk"; Archie accidentally launches Jughead in a glider he built. Jughead Fun Page. "Go West Young Man!"; Betty dresses as a cowgirl as part of Jughead's scheme to get Archie to take her to the prom. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 16
    • Cover detached at one staple. 3" tear in back cover.

    "Fuddy Duddy"; Mr. Lodge is feeling sick and on a diet and Jughead tells him about his Uncle Fud. "The Romantic Tripe"; Thinking he knows more about romance than Reggie and Archie, they make a bet with him using those skills on any woman they choose. Jughead Fun Page. "Brats to You!"; Jughead meets with a woman and her son for a potential baby-sitting job. "Skate of Confusion"; Jughead wears skates with rubber wheels in school. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 18
    • 2" Cumulative spine split. Centerfold detached at one staple. Oxidation. Chipping.
  • Issue #19
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 19

    Cover art by Bill Vigoda. "Moon June Ruin," pencils by George Frese, inks by Terry Szenics; After hearing Jughead sing, Reggie bribes him to sing for him while he lip-syncs in order to win a competition. "Good Snooze"; Unable to sleep at home, Jughead goes to the one place he's sure to sleep. "Fist Come Fist Served"; Archie has Jughead do boxing training with five-pound weights in his gloves, which Mr. Weatherbee is unaware of. "Dolled Up," art by Samm Schwartz; The kids are having a used doll drive, but Reggie has a different concept of "doll." Article featuring anecdotes and news from Hollywood. "Sun-Daze," pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Terry Szenics; The guys encounter an attractive woman lying in the sun on the beach and all Jughead can talk about is the dangers of overexposure to the sun. "Revenge Is Sweat," pencils by George Frese; Seeing Jughead hiding out from Reggie, Souphead decides to take a hand in things. "Leave Us Rake"; Reggie and Archie are incensed that Jughead isn't working. "Game Guys"; Archie and Reggie extend their hike onto a hunting reserve and Jughead fears for their safety. "No Ifs, Ands or Boots," art by George Frese; When Veronica makes a date with both Archie and Reggie for the same night, Jughead offers to come up with a solution. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 20
    • 6" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached. Staple rust.
    Auction opens August 17

    "Hair Raid," art by George Frese; Jughead hopes to cash in on the chlorophyll craze by marketing a hair tonic he claims contains chlorophyll. "Swim for Your Supper," pencils by Samm Schwartz; Veronica invites Jughead to a weenie roast she's holding, but only if he agrees to swim after. "No Blood, Bud," art by Dave Berg; Mr. Weatherbee's first aid lecture takes a toll on Reggie. "Nothing But the Sleuth," pencils by George Frese; Jughead starts a private investigator business and Betty hires him to find out if Veronica is two-timing Archie. "Puppy Love"; Wilbur risks his life to save Laurie's arm-candy dog from a car. "Whiff All My Heart," pencils by Joe Edwards, inks by Terry Szenics; Coach tries to demonstrating proper hitting form to his team. "It's for Reel," pencils by George Frese, inks by Joe Edwards; Jughead finds a 3-D film a little too realistic. "Ice Cream, You Scream," art by Tom Moore; Jughead suggests Pop hold an ice cream eating contest as a means of increasing his business. "Dare Today Gone Tomorrow," script by Frank Doyle, art by Bill Vigoda; Jughead only gets away with sitting with Midge because Moose thinks he is Souphead and Moose doesn't mangle children. "Hay There," pencils by Harry Lucey; Ginger mysteriously lets Bunny bully her out of a date with Tommy. "The Bear Facts," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Jughead reassures his fellow hikers that they're safe from bears. "Dog-Gone," art by Samm Schwartz; Betty proves through logic that the dog didn't steal Jughead's steak. "Party of the First Part," pencils by Bill Vigoda; The gang prepare a surprise party for Jughead at the behest of a mystery planner. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 21
    • 1" Spine split from bottom.

    "Talk is Cheep"!";Jughead tries to teach his parakeet to talk, but the only person it will talk to is Mr. Weatherbee. "What's Watt?"; Souphead gets confused when he thinks Veronica is planting light bulbs instead of flower bulbs. "Paper Caper"; Jughead is acting strangely as he searches for a mysterious "paper." "Heavens to Jugsy"; Jughead tries to get past the doorman of the Riverdale Hotel in order to study stars with his new telescope. "The Awful Tooth!", art by Harry Lucey; Jughead and Betty talk about associating things with certain people. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 29
    Auction opens August 17
    • 4" spine split/chew from top.

    Great Cracker Jack ad on back cover. Katy Keen story by Bill Woggin. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 39

    "The Malt the Merrier"; Jughead has a yen for a chocolate malted; And he's not going to let Betty's broken mixer deny him. "Safety Worst," art by Samm Schwartz; Archie tries to teach Betty how to drive. "Baby Quitter," art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead gets suckered into babysitting a cherubic-looking terror. "Stranger in Paradise"; When Archie and Reggie refuse to extend any loans to Jughead, he vows never to help them out again. "Punch Line"; Reggie overpays for a joke book, then tries to recoup his loss by selling it to Moose. "Grizzly Tale"; When Veronica expresses a desire for a bear skin rug for the mansion, Archie goes to Jughead to help him find one. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 43

    "Camera Shy," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Jughead is snapping embarrassing pictures of his friends. "Splashing Around"; Li'l Jinx gets all messed up by washing. "No Quarter Given"; Souphead keeps pestering Jughead for money. "G-Round Numbers"; Jughead eats 29 hamburgers in one sitting. "Winner Take All"; Jughead keeps taking advantage of Reggie. "Angles vs. Curves"; Betty wants Archie to judge a fashion show, but he goes fishing with Jughead instead. "The Hex with It"; Jughead asks Betty to a matinee on Friday the Thirteenth. "Asleep in the Deep"; Archie and Reggie keep trying to get Jughead to wake up and enjoy the day. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 44
    • Cover detached.

    Cover pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Terry Szenics. "Uplifting Experience"; The students hear Miss Grundy may have to undergo plastic surgery to repair a broken nose. "Shell Game"; When Reggie finds out that Jughead is making money selling seashell jewelry, he and Archie conspire to find out how Jughead acquires the jewelry and beat him to the punch. "Train of Thought," art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead feels the wrath of a train conductor over a suitcase left in the aisle. "The Defense Rests," art by Samm Schwartz; Souphead has bully troubles and Jughead will only intervene if the odds are in his favor. Two one-page Li'l Jinx stories by Joe Edwards. "Prophet and Loss; When Archie hears Betty and Veronica deriding Jughead, he teams with Reggie to make the girls think Jughead is clairvoyant. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 49

    Cover pencils by Harry Lucey. "Stripe Gripe," pencils by Harry Lucey; Archie is repainting the horizontal stripe along the school's interior walls; When Mr. Weatherbee sees the new good-looking girl in school, he knows Archie will be too distracted to paint a straight line, so he gets Jughead to do it. "Gardening News," art by Joe Edwards; Li'l Jinx's father tells her that daffodil and other flowers come from bulbs, so she takes every light bulb out of the house to plant them. "My Favorite Fiend," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Everyone is selling raffle tickets to help the children's hospital.; Jughead claims he only wants to win the television set for selling the most, because he knows some guys who he can unload it on. "Don't Kid Me"; Archie and Reggie try to play a joke on Jughead by telling the girls he is keeping a kid in the tool shed. "Joker's Wild!", art by Samm Schwartz; Reggie pretends to be injured to get a soda and play a joke on the girls; Archie sends Reggie to get a practical joke idea from Jughead. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #61
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 61
    • Staple rust. Rust migration.

    Cover art by Samm Schwartz. "Mr. Misfit," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; A child psychologist studying conformity in teenagers wants to study the anomaly called Jughead. "Cat Chat," art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead accidentally runs over a cat and tries to make it up to the cat's owner. "The Forty-Niners"; Article on the California gold rush of 1849. "The Awful Truth," art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead dresses in a gorilla costume in order to mooch food at the zoo. "Practice Makes Perfect," art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead excels at the school play. "Broom for Improvement"; Fred challenges Forsythe to a fishing contest after Jughead brags about his father's fishing prowess. "Lucky in Hate," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead explains why his woman-hating is a good thing. "On Your Marks," pencils by Bill Vigoda; Fred dresses Archie down over his report card. "Hi-Cry," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx wants to play her kiddie records on her father's new stereo. "A Cat Is a Cat Is a Cat," art by Samm Schwartz; Miss Grundy isn't impressed with Jughead's impressionistic art style. "Fall Guy," art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead advises Archie on being assertive. "Part Time Pal," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead tries to get Archie's help with a problem, but Archie keeps getting distracted. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #62
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 62

    Cover art by Samm Schwartz. Brain Food, art by Samm Schwartz; Hurt that everyone in town considers him a freak for his huge appetite, Jughead decides to go on a diet; as soon as he stops eating, he becomes stupid, endangering his ability to win the inter-city scholarship trophy for the school. First Things First, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead explains that anyone can make money if they strike while opportunity is hot. Dimension Invention, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead wins a TV in a raffle, but his Uncle Herman tries to re-wire it so it will show programs in 3-D. Sound Barrier! humor page starring Li'l Jinx, script and art by Joe Edwards. The Search starrinig Jughead, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #63
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 63
  • Issue #88
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 88

    Cover by Samm Schwartz. "Dependable," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead extols the virtues of Reggie to a disbelieving Archie and Veronica. "Sympathy" one-page Li'l Jinx story, script and art by Joe Edwards. "Temptation," art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead convinces Archie that breaking a date with Veronica to go fishing with him is an easily rectifiable problem. "Height of Fright" one-page story, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Jughead isn't disturbed by the presence of an alien life form in Pop's, until he learns one thing. "Misses 'n' Missiles," art by Samm Schwartz; The erstwhile member of The United Girls Against Jughead, known only as The Brain, bets a friend that she can get Jughead to take her driving in Archie's jalopy through the sheer force of her intellect. The World of Jughead ad. Archie Club News. "Proof Positive," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; In order to stop Betty and Veronica from razzing him about his disdain for women, Jughead allows himself to be seen delivering flowers to Midge. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #92
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 92

    Cover art by Samm Schwartz. Merchant Princes, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; When Pop Tate is sick, he agrees to allow Jughead, Archie and Reggie to run the Chok'lit Shoppe. The Critic humor page starring Shrimpy, script and art by Joe Harold. Friend In Need, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Betty accuses Jughead of being a false friend because he won't take risks on Archie's behalf. The Touch, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead stands outside a movie theatre with his hat off, and someone gives him enough money for a ticket. Early To Rise, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Mr. Andrews is in a great mood early in the morning, until Jughead shows up. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #95
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 95

    Time Is Money, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead runs off rather than lend Reggie money, but then secretly gives Archie some money to lend to Reggie. Prof. Jughead's Educational Corner, script by George Gladir, art by Dan DeCarlo. False Lead, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; When the Chamber of Commerce sponsors a boy-girl treasure hunt, Jughead teams up with the girl who's guaranteed to win the contest: Cricket O'Dell, the girl who can smell money. Archie Club News. Read At Your Own Risk, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead gets hold of a magician's magic wand, but explains to Archie that there's no such thing as magic. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #96
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 96

    Cover art by Samm Schwartz. Here's Health, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead goes on a health food kick, forcing Pop to change the name of his store to "Pop Tate's Health Haven." All That Glitters...--Jughead's Dipsy Doodles, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead has no money except "One Yugoslavian Pfennig," so he tries to get more money by painting a rainbow with a pot of gold at the end of it. The Confidence Man, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead goes off to babysit little Terrence, whose reputation for terrorizing babysitters strikes fear into the hearts of Archie and Betty. My Heavens! humor page starring Shrimpy, script and art by Joe Harold. Soft Cell, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Mr. Weatherbee and Miss Grundy discover that Jughead is deliberately getting himself sent to detention every day. Vicious Cycle starring Jughead, art by Samm Schwartz. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #97
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 97

    Cover art by Samm Schwartz. Canine Caper, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead's new dog, a "sneezer" named Pepper, gets revenge on Reggie for making fun of him. Aunt Juggie's Advice to the Lovelorn. V.I.P. humor page starring Li'l Jinx, script and art by Joe Edwards. The Rebel, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Reggie starts speaking with a Southern accent; the other guys laugh at him until they realize that the girls are actually falling for the Southern act. Clothes Harmony, art by Samm Schwartz; When the gang sees Jughead in a beautifully-tailored grey flannel suit, they think they've pushed him into insanity. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #100
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 100

    Cover art by Samm Schwartz. Take Two, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead does some skiing for Veronica's movie camera. Who Laughs Last, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Archie and Reggie try to pull a joke on Jughead. Watch the Birdie, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead does some bird watching. Open and Shut Case, script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Reggie tries to convince Jughead to go around with his eyes open instead of closed. But Jughead finds that the sunlight makes it impossible for him to see with open eyes. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.