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MONDAY, JUNE 18, 2007



Written by Mike Pellowski, art by Stan Goldberg.

"Dangerous Curves": After showing just what a girl can do behind the wheel of a racecar in Archie #572 and Archie & Friends #112, Betty is ready to take on the guys again -- except this time, she finds herself pitted against another female race driver! Can Betty defeat both super-slick Carla Bonita and favored champion Speedy Spencer in the same race? It's more full-throttle thrills designed to rev your engine!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written and art by Fernando Ruiz and others.

"Nerd is The Word." Archie implores Dilton to be less nerdy -- until he reflects upon his own career prospects as a klutzy snowboarder and mediocre rock star! Of course, it doesn't hurt to see all the girls asking Dilton to tutor them in science! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $2.49, in stores on Sept. 26.

BETTY #168

Written by Kathleen Webb and George Gladir, art by Stan Goldberg.

"Drawing on Experience." When Betty enters a teen horror story contest, she reaches into her memory bank for a terrifying tale of a foreboding mansion and eerie tiki keychain! "The Problem." So many love triangles, so little time -- such is the dance of high school dating! "Who Knows Best?." Betty's attempts to learn more about healthy snacking give her a lot of "food for thought!" "Friday Night Fever." Move over, Dillon, Texas -- Riverdale has its own "Friday Night Lights" action with plenty of football fever!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on Sept. 12.


Written by Melanie J. Morgan, art by Steven Butler.

Now, together under one cover for the very first time, the complete "Bad Boy Trouble" saga! The ground-breaking story that began in Betty & Veronica Double Digest #151 and concluded in Betty & Veronica Double Digest #154 caused quite a stir, as it featured Riverdale's teens in a whole new look! That's right, the flagship characters of Archie Comics got an extreme makeover, and the buzz was deafening! Not only due to months and months of debate over and media coverage surrounding Betty and Veronica's new looks, but also because of the intriguing story that brought a new "edge" to Riverdale. When Nick St. Clair rides into Riverdale on his motorcycle, Veronica is smitten. She likes Nick's air of assurance and his knack for getting noticed. The only problem is, Nick gets noticed for all the wrong things! Nick quickly alienates all of Ronnie's friends, especially Betty. Is this handsome rebel the boy of Veronica's dreams, or just plain trouble? Will Betty and Veronica's friendship come to an end over the new boy in town?

112 pages, $7.49, in stores on Sept. 19.


Written by Angelo DeCesare, Mike Pellowski, Kathleen Webb, art by Jeff Schultz.

"What's in Store?." For a change of pace, Mr. Lodge suggests that Veronica do the grocery shopping instead of the servants -- and he sends Betty along to make sure she does it right! "The King & Us." A trip to the museum inspires Veronica and Betty to imagine what it would be like to rule ancient Egypt! "What's in a Name?." Veronica swoons over the new hunk in school -- until she learns his last name! "Unexpected Results." As they await the results of their career day tests, Veronica insists Betty and Midge won't qualify for the glamour jobs. Wait until she sees her own results!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on Sept. 26.


Written by George Gladir and various, art by Pat Kennedy and various.

"The Big Secret." Veronica is harboring a deep, dark secret -- and it's in her shoe cabinet! Can Betty help her get back on the "right foot?" Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $2.49, in stores on Sept. 26.


Written and art by Dan Parent and various.

"Lodge of Terror." Mr. Lodge buys a run-down ski lodge in hopes of renovating it -- but not before Veronica can hold a mega-Halloween party there! But is it possible that the spooky old building is haunted for real? The gang's all here for a horrifically fun time -- and there are special pin-up pages with all their creepy, creative costumes! Plus: Other new and classic tales. Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups.

Digest format, $3.69.


Written and art by Fernando Ruiz and various.

"The Real World?." Finally, a scientific invention that can truly aid the entire free world: Dilton's "infinite closet!" Once Jughead sees it, the possibilities his mind conjures are infinite, too -- and inevitably, he falls right in before Dilton's warnings reach his ears! Hurtling through the void, Jughead lands smack dab in the middle of a comic book company -- Archie Comic Publications, to be exact! What will all the writers and artists do when they find their 2-D creation has literally broken through the "fourth wall" and entered their 3-dimensional world? It's a story that could only be told in -- you guessed it -- a comic book! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $2.49, in stores on Sept. 12.


Written by Bill Golliher and various, art by Randy Elliott and various.

"Wheel Deal." Do you think you know the perfect vehicle for Jughead and Jellybean to motor around town in? Read all about Jughead's search for the perfect set of wheels and find out for yourself! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $3.69, in stores on Sept. 19.


Written by George Gladir and various, art by Pat Kennedy and various.

"Fright Sight." It's frightful fun when the Archies play a benefit gig for the town's orphans -- decked out in festive Halloween garb. Mr. Lodge can't decide what's scarier -- the band's costumes or their music! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $3.69, in stores on Sept. 12.


Written and art by Tania del Rio.

"A Frightful Night." It's Halloween once again, the one night of the year that magical beings are allowed to use their powers in public. Gathering for a party at the same "Haunted House" as last year, the mortals are amazed at all the "special effects" that are really magic! Pleased to learn that Sabrina completed her mission retrieving the fallen Mana Tree leaf (last issue), Shinji's delight soon turns to displeasure -- and disbelief -- as Sabrina recounts the suspicious activities of Shinji's girlfriend, Hemlock. Hemlock quickly turns the tables on Sabrina in a way that will affect Sabrina's relationships with those she loves the most -- including Harvey, Shinji, and perhaps most shocking of all, Aunt Hilda! You simply cannot miss the stunning conclusion to this tale, the ramifications of which will be felt for issues to come!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on Sept. 12.


Written by Ian Flynn, art by Tracy Yardley and Jim Amash.

"Preparations for War." Enerjak, the ultimate evil is reborn! His return may result in an unlikely alliance as Sonic and Eggman consider a truce -- at least one long enough to prevent the destruction of the entire planet! Plus: "Sonic Rush Adventure." Straight from the thrilling new Sonic video game of the same name, Sonic and Tails embark on an action-packed adventure and face a mysterious new threat!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on Sept. 26.


Written by Mike Gallagher, Angelo DeCesare, Mike Kanterovich and Ken Penders, art by Dave Manak, Jon D'agostino, Harvey Mercadoocasio, Rich Koslowksi and Art Mawhinney, cover by Spaz.

The thrilling new series that lets fans relive classic Sonic stories continues! Volume 6 presents issues #21 through #24 of Sonic's ongoing comic book series in a special edition. Each story is meticulously restored and printed on high-grade paper; so you can feel like you're zipping right alongside the cobalt champion as he saves Knothole Village! This action-packed edition features the return of Anti-Sonic and the first glimpse of Antoine and Bunnie's budding romance! Stories include: "The Three Phases of E.V.E." (issue #21), "The Return" and "Tails' Knighttime Story" (issue #22), "Ivo Robotnik, Freedom Fighter" and "The Vol-Ant-Teer" (issue #23), and the epic, "When Hedgehogs Collide" (issue #24).

$7.49, in stores on Oct. 3.


Written by Ian Flynn, art and cover by Tracy Yardley and Terry Austin.

"Camera Hog." When Sonic, Knuckles, Amy and Tails give an entertaining and astonishing demonstration of their amazing abilities on Station Square TV, Eggman is watching! Actually, he does more than watch -- a mysterious new robot he has created downloads all of their abilities -- along with a few extra talents it witnesses. Of course, Eggman plans to send the souped-up robot out to destroy our star-struck heroes. Can Knothole Village's media darlings possibly defeat an enemy that does all they can do and more?

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on Sept. 12.

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