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Written and art by Bob Bolling and Dexter Taylor.

Another entry in the Archie Classics reprint series, now with a new 6 x 9 trim size. Over the years, Archie has received countless requests to reprint the classic Little Archie stories. In 2004, Archie honored that request with a special edition focusing on some of the greatest Little Archie adventures ever written and drawn by Archie Comic's equivalent of Carl Barks, Bob Bolling! Now, another heaping helping of thrilling tales from the mind of Bolling, along with hysterical slapstick tales by Dexter Taylor. Included is a new tale from Bolling called "Dragon of Doom": Mad Doctor Doom and Chester are back to bad Ćol tricks, this time using a giant dragon fly to steal armored cars! It's up to Little Archie, Chic and Kimberly to stop the dastardly duo in this 22-page epic!

96 pages, $8.95, in stores on March 26.


Written by Craig Boldman and Angelo DeCesare, art by Stan Goldberg.

"The Big Draw": Archie stumbles upon a new trick to get dates: have Chuck draw portraits that Archie presents as gifts to the girls! "Truck Stop!": When Archie offers to personally deliver a huge piece of art to the Lodge home for Mrs. Lodge's birthday, it's Archie himself who once again proves what a work of art he is! "Smooth Talker": A weekend at Mr. Lodge's lake resort is sunk for Reggie, unless he can talk his way out of the special job he promised to do for Coach Kleats. "Big Man on Campus": When Archie dreams, he dreams big -- so big that he dreams he is a giant!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on April 2.


Written by Alex Simmons, art by Ron Lindsey.

"Archie World Tour Part 1 of 4: Double-A Seven: When Archie and friends embark on a whirlwind world tour, their first stop is London, where they soon find themselves embroiled in an international spy mystery! This is the first Archie Comics story by acclaimed writer and children's art advocate Alex Simmons. In a career spanning 20 years, Alex has written juvenile mystery novels, stage plays, documentaries, biographies and more. Additionally, he travels the country as a guest speaker and a teaching artist conducting creative writing workshops, and is also the Educational Outreach Director for New York City's Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art. In the midst of all this, he somehow finds the time to be a voice-over artist for commercials and podcasts and runs a family-friendly kids comics convention each year!

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


Written by Bill Golliher, Angelo DeCesare and various, art by Tim Kennedy and various.

"Career Fear": Archie, Betty, Veronica, and Betty each spend a day with a family member to determine if they really want to follow in their footsteps. Needless to say, those are days their family will never forget! "Pop Goes the Pizza": Pop Tate longs to impress his father, a famous chef. Can Dilton's "Pizza Popper" invention help, or will it just "cheese" up matters? Plus: Other new and classic tales, including the "animated" Sabrina! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

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


Written by Barbara Slate, Mike Pellowski, Bill Golliher and various, art by Pat Kennedy, Bob Bolling nad various.

"Happy Birthday... NOT!": Tired of being pulled at like a stick of taffy, Archie decides to spend his birthday apart from Betty and Veronica... but for how long? "Cold Shoulder": Archie discovers he has seasonal allergies -- namely winter snow shoveling and spring cleaning! "Trouble in Store": Mr. Andrews decides to take up a new sport: competitive grocery shopping! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $3.69, in stores on March 26.

BETTY #173

Written by George Gladir, Bill Golliher and Mike Pellowski, art by Stan Goldberg.

"Fantasy Girl": The girls imagine what it would be like to have extraordinary powers... instead of extra ordinary powers! "Unstable Table!": It's service with a smirk for Archie when he shows up at a restaurant with a new date... and Betty as his waitress! "Getting the Message": Modern technology has given today's teens numerous ways to communicate ≠ except for direct communication, that is! "Decision Maker": Betty learns that when springtime arrives, plans become as unpredictable as the weather!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on April 2.


Written and art by Dan Parent.

Special "Love & Romance" issue. "For Better or For Worse": Betty and Veronica are shocked to find Archie attending a wedding with Cheryl Blossom as his date! Things get even worse for Veronica when Betty gets upgraded to bridesmaid. Will Veronica find a way to take center stage at this event? Does Archie have freckles? Plus: A peak into Betty and Veronica's romantic futures - according to them! Bonus: Fashion pages, fun quizzes, puzzles and games for hope(ful) romantics everywhere!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on March 19.


Written by George Gladir, Mike Pellowski and various, art by Jeff Shultz, Tim Kennedy and various.

"The Inspiration": Looking for a female counterpoint to Chuck's cartoons, school paper editor Betty decides to let reporter Carol take a shot at cartooning, too. Told to observe her fellow female students, Carol comes back with a strip about two girls infatuated with the same guy. Now where did she come up with an idea like that? "Flagged Downer": Betty and Veronica raise their flag of curiosity as they stroll through town observing all the flags hanging from their neighbor's homes. "Birds of a Feather": Betty takes Veronica bird watching, but she's more interested in boy watching! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

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


Written by Craig Boldman, art by Rex Lindsey.

"Soft in the Head": Leave it to Jughead to create the perfect (for him!) utilitarian fashion ≠ a hat that's a pillow, so he can nap on the go! "The Wrong Stuff": In a story "stuffed" with a unique teen, his baby sister, a stuff-your-own teddy bear, and a token good for a year's supply of corn dogs, what could possibly go "wrong?" "Dressed for Distress": The unimaginable has happened: Archie convinces Jughead to buy a suit, and the shirt and tie crowd will never be the same! "Go Nuts Donuts": Just what is making Jughead mysteriously run off whenever his beeper sounds? You "donut" want to miss yummy answer!

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


Written by Mike Pellowski and George Gladir, art by Bill Galvan, Pat Kennedy and Bob Bolling.

"Future Shock": Betty and Veronica find a "Mr. Predicto" toy at a flea market -- and it doesn't take a fortune teller to predict they'll soon be mistaking coincidences for predictions! "The Image": Archie is exasperated by his fellow band members, who don't leave their ego's at the door but invite them up on stage instead! "The Gadget Man": Dilton shows off the latest gadgets he's invented for his friends and faculty -- but with friends like these, some of the gadgets are more science fiction than science!

Digest format, $3.69, in stores on April 2.


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

"Mogul Rising": The nightmare has only just begun for Sonic's friends - especially when they learn he's become one of ancient villain Mammoth Mogul's many new followers! How can that be?! Is Sonic really involved in Mogul's dastardly schemes, and if so, how? As if that weren't enough, the stakes rise even higher when the Chaos Emerald gets involved!

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


Written by Tracy Yardley, art by James Fry and Terry Austin, cover by Spaz.

"Return of El Gran Gordo!": Who is that masked mass of meanness battling his way through the wrestling ring? Can it be? It is! The crazy Dr. Eggman is once again pretending to be masked wrestling sensation El Gran Gordo! But if that's really him, how can Dr. Eggman be robbing Station Square at the same time? It's up to Sonic to decipher this doppelganger of a mystery!

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

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