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Written by George Gladir, Bill Golliher and Craig Boldman, art by Stan Goldberg.

"A Yelp for Help": Archie, Betty and Jughead decide to make extra money as personal aides, which only leads to romantic misunderstandings¸ canine chaos, and garage sale mania! "Par for the Course": A golf outing with a potential business partner turns into a golf "ouching" when Archie comes along with club in hand! "Lucklorn": Archie laments the fact that for someone who doesnšt believe in "luck," Jughead sure has a lot of "good fortune!"

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on May 28.


Written by Alex Simmons, art by Rex Lindsey.

"Archie World Tour Part 3 of 4": Continuing their quest to see five cities in ten days, Archie and his friends barely have time to reminisce about London and Madrid before arriving in Nairobi, Kenya! Everyone is excited as they visit one local landmark after another, including the state museum and zoo. Of course, no trip would be complete without some suspenseful intrigue, and this one is no different as Archie and Jughead find themselves being trailed by two mysterious men. Who are they, and what are they up to?

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on May 27.


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

"Feeling Feulish": Mr. Lodge offers to buy and restore Grandpa Andrews' classic "Model Z," but can it survive the drive over with Dilton's experimental fuel in the tank and Archie behind the wheel? "Dog Tired": Archie learns dog-sitting requires working like a dog -- even if the dog you're watching isn't doing any work! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $2.49, in stores on May 21.


Written by George Gladir, Kathleen Webb and various, art by Pat Kennedy, Bob Bolling, Randy Elliott and various.

"Gadgets Galore": Archie learns that "geek is chic" when he dons glasses and offers to help all the technologically-challenged damsels in distress he can! "Mad Fad!": Waking up in a sleepy haze leaves Archie a mismatched mess -- and an unlikely fad-starter, much to Veronica's chagrin! "Them's Fighting Words": When Archie finds himself in the middle of a feud between Jughead and Veronica, each person tries to convince Archie that the other is a bad influence on him. How will Archie decide between his best friend and his best girl? Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $3.69, in stores on June 4.

BETTY #174

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

"Curious Color Choice": Everyone has an opinion on what color Betty should paint her room, but does she really only have to choose only one spectrum of the rainbow? "The Late, Late Show": Those lazy, hazy days of summer find Betty especially hazy -- because she's finding new ways to stay up later each night! "Weather Tether": A inaccurate weather forecast leaves Archie and Betty with a whole beach to themselves,,, and enough sun rays to get a tan 10 times over!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on June 4.


Written and art by Dan Parent.

it's a special "summy fun" issue with those teen scene dreams. "The Battle for Riverdale Cove": When both the boys and the girls claim the same exact spot in the cove as their exclusive place to hang out, they hold a multi-game contest to determine who has dibs. When they get to the "treasure hunt" portion of the competition, imagine their surprise when they stumble upon a bag of coins and jewels! Will the two teams put aside their rivalry long enough to team-up and solve this mystery? Plus: Special features including "Betty & Veronica's Favorite Summer Things," "Top 10 Beach Tips," "Good Summer Fashions" and more!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on May 21.


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

"Down Memory Lane": Betty faces that age-old question: to embrace all her childhood clutter, or sell her memories out to a garage sale! "Downsizing Dilemma": Dilton's plan to help the environment and tackle the world's population explosion? Downsize the human race -- literally -- by shrinking everyone so they need less natural resources! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest, $2.49, in stores on May 27.


Written and art by Dan Parent and various.

Featuring part one of a five-part, interactive story where the readers decided the outcome. "And the Winner Is... Part 1 of 5": 2008 is an election year, and Archie Comics is no exception as we present a special election of our own: your chance to vote for Cheryl Blossom's new boyfriend! Ever since her return, Cheryl has been the bane of Betty and Veronica's existence, complicating their "eternal love triangle" with Archie into an awkward quadrangle! Even though Cheryl has been seeing Reggie lately, the girls would love nothing more than to see Cheryl completely preoccupied with someone other than a Riverdale high hunk! They get their chance when Reggie takes a nonchalant attitude toward his relationship with Cheryl -- prompting the red-headed vixen to seek a new boyfriend on the TV show, "The Lonely Hearts Club!" Wait until you see the hot contestants vying for the title! Best yet, over the next few months readers will have a chance to both witness each date in this digest series and vote on who they think Cheryl should choose online at! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $3.69, in stores on May 28.


Written by Craig Boldman, art by Rex Lindsey.

"The Sound and the Fury": Dilton invents a device to help Archie locate his car with an audio signal... and Jughead promptly swallows it, mistaking it for a mint! Worse, Reggie has made off with the remote that controls the audio signal, making sure Jughead "goes off" at the most inappropriate moments! "The House-Warming": A nice, quiet, comfy new doghouse for Hot Dog is tempting to Jughead as a new napping spot! "Jughead Stuck in the Doggie Door": With a title like that, need we say more... other than don't miss one of the funniest Jughead stories yet!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on May 28.


Written and art by Fernando Ruiz and various.

"Riverdale Jones and the Temple of Food": While rummaging through Jughead's attic searching for sleeping bags, Archie finds something else instead: the hat, jacket and journal of Jughead's archeologist-adventurer ancestor Riverdale Jones! Food was his specialty, so when the boys also find a map to the legendary "Temple of Food," the quest is on to find this fabled land of food and fortune! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $2.49, in stores on May 28.


Written by Melanie Morgan and various, art by Joe Staton and various.

"The Match Makers Part 2": Picking up where last issue left off, Archie, Betty, Reggie and Veronica carry out their plan to play "matchmaker" for Jughead and break him free of his "fifth wheel" status! The boys bring Jughead to the movies and the girls bring Sandy Sanchez in an elaborate scheme to have them "accidentally" run into one another! When Jughead and Sandy catch on to the scheme, they decide to turn the tables and pretend to be in love... or are they?! It's another intriguing chapter in this 4-part epic! Last year's "Bad Boy Trouble" set the comics world on its ear as the teens were depicted in a realistic style. Comic book legends Joe Staton and Al Milgrom carry on that look, handling pencils and inks respectively, in what is sure to be one of the more intriguing Archie stories of the year! Plus: Other new and classic tales! Bonus: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!

Digest format, $3.69, in stores on May 14.


Written by Tania Del Rio, art by Chad Thomas and Jim Amash, cover by Del Rio and Amash.

"Salem's Secret Part 2": In one of the most intriguing Sabrina stories yet, the secret of Salem's past life is given the spotlight. Witness as Salem and Nocturna quest for the fallen unicorn horn on the Island of Elves. With selfish intent, Salem uses Queen Seles' magic to find the horn, and once in possession of the great power the wand brings, his motives come to light, leaving Nocturna only one choice, and lives that are changed forever!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on May 28.


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

"Beating the House Part 1": Sonic is ambushed and captured by the Destructix, and it's up to the Freedom Fighters to find and rescue him! The trail leads to a dingy dungeon beneath a flashy casino owned by Mammoth Mogul -- but just how real a threat faces our heroes this time? The con is on in this tale of twists, turns, takes and double-takes!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on May 14.


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 7 presents issues #25 through #28 of Sonic's ongoing comic book series in a special 5 x 7 inch 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 first comic book appearances of Metal Sonic, Amy Rose, Sonic's betrayal of the Freedom Fighters and the solo story that led to Tails' own mini-series! Stories include:

"Go Ahead, Mecha My Day" (#25): Robotnik kidnaps Amy Rose so he can lure Sonic into a duel with his newest creation, Metal Sonic! First appearance of both Amy and Metal!

"Way, Way, Way Past Cool!" (#26): Robotnik attempts to put Knothole into a deep freeze, but luckily the Arctic Freedom Fighters arrive to thaw... and thwart... his chilling scheme!

"Fortified" (#26): A twisted ankle for the blue blur leads Sonic and the Freedom Fighters to refuge in an abandoned fort. Will it be enough to protect them from Robotnik's rampaging onslaught?

"Scrambled Hedgehog" (#27): A case of amnesia makes Sonic an easy mark for Robotnik, who convinces our hero to almost give away Knothole's secret location! Will Sonic's memory return, or will his betrayal be permanent?

"Saturday Night's All Right for a Fight" (#28): Sonic continues his traitorous ways due to his memory loss, and the Freedom Fighters need all the firepower they can muster to defeat their once-great champion!

"Growing Pains Part 1" (#28): In the aftermath of Sonic's betrayal, Tails sets course in his Sea Fox for an uncharted island. There he meets and must save Fiona Fox, who the dastardly Robonik kidnapped, in this prelude to Tails' mini-series.

112 pages, $7.49, in stores on June 4.


Written by Joe Edkin, art by David Hutchison and Terry Austin, cover by Pat "Spaz" Spaziante.

"Meteor Madness": For once, the heroes of Knothill Village have a chance to relax and enjoy a nice quiet picnic together... yeah, right! Things go from picnic to panic when Chuck spots a meteor hurtling toward earth -- and it has an Chaos Emerald embedded inside! Now the heroes must travel to the South Pole and keep Eggman from getting his hands on it. To make things more interesting, they decide make it a competition and split up into teams. Before they're through, readers will witness more action, romance, and inter-squad squabbling to rival a certain fantastic foursome!

32 pages, $2.25, in stores on May 28.

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