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Written by Alex Segura, art and cover by Dan Parent, variant cover by Francesco Franavilla.

"Archie Meets KISS," Part 3: "Rock 'n Roll All Fright." In part three of the most historic team-up in comics, the Archies learn more about what brought the KISS members to Riverdale, and how the two groups have to unite to stop a band of monsters from turning Riverdale into a forgotten town, full of zombified teens!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Frank Doyle, art by Bob White, cover by Fernando Ruiz

Jughead as Captain Hero in "Multiple Madness." Captain Hero battles the nefarious Witch Doctor who's up to no good! Captain Hero aligns himself with Pureheart the Powerful and Super Teen to outnumber the evildoer but using his ditto machine to duplicate himself, which Witch is real? See if our hero can figure it out in time before his super human appetite does him in!

160 pages, $3.99.


Written by Hal Lifson, art by Norm Breyfogle, cover by Fernando Ruiz.

"Archie Gets Some Tough Love From Dr. Bill." Archie is the subject of a television segment "Tough Love" when he visits the Dr. Bill show. The reluctant TV show guest must sweat it out under the studio lights when he's taken to task by gal pals Betty and Veronica on which of them he will finally choose! What will be Archie's decision when Dr. Bill poses the ultimate question on national television?

160 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Pellowski, art by Jeff Schultz, Al Milgrom, cover by Dan DeCarlo.

Betty and Veronica in "Trip Slip Up!" Betty's sprained ankle looks to put a kink in her ski trip with the Veronica and Nancy! Not prepared to leave their friend out of the mix, the girls bring her along unaware that Betty's injury may turn out to be the best thing that could have happened to her!

160 pages, $3.99.


Written by George Gladir, art by Pat Kennedy and various, cover by Dan Parent.

Betty and Veronica in "The Protector!" Mr. Lodge's private screening room has been converted into a silent movie theatre for the kid's enjoyment! Archie offers his protection to the girls if the horror movie becomes too scary but will Archie be up to the task when the lights go down? And the only thing Mr. Lodge has to beware is Jughead's monstrous appetite! Then, Betty's baby-sitting gig leads to story time where Betty breathes new life into old nursery rhymes to prove to the young boys she's sitting that fairy tales aren't so boring after all!

160 pages, $3.99.


Written by J. Torres, art and cover by Rick Burchett.

Archie presents this new full-color original graphic novel for tween and teen girls created by the writer/artist team J. Torres and Rick Burchett. Feisty tomboy high school freshman Jinx explores the social perils of the high school experience as old friendships change and she struggles with the new expectations attached to becoming a young woman. A new school means new rules, such as no co-ed teams, which means she can't even play ball with the boys who were in little league with her. As rules and relationships become more complicated, one thing remains the same: Jinx means bad luck to anyone who gets in the way of her getting her way! This outstanding graphic novel is a bright, full-hearted coming of age story told with great humor, charm and compassion.

112 pages, softcover, $9.99; 112 pages, hardcover, $16.99.


Written by Craig Boldman, art by Rex Lindsey, Jim Amash, cover by Fernando Ruiz.

"The Jug Who Came In From The Cold!" Jughead has burned a few bridges in his ongoing search for a place to lie his head which leads him to his last resort! Reggie invites Jughead to crash at his place in an attempt to alter his image after a girl turns him down for his bad rep. But will the unlikely duo be able to work past their trust issues and make their living arrangement work?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Tom DeFalco, art and cover by Ron Frenz.

Jughead in "Best Friends!" Jughead is heading to the Winter Resort with his best bud -- Archie! Only problem is Jughead's pet Hot Dog was under the impression that that was him! Determined to confirm his role as Jug's best friend, Hot Dog pursues his master on vacation in hopes of earning his place as top dog!

160 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Dan Parent.

The secret is "out" and Kevin Keller is here, starring in his very own deluxe oversize full-color hardcover graphic novel! Kevin Keller is Archie's first gay character and the most popular addition to the Riverdale crowd in years. This edition includes the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comic Book-nomiated story, "Isn't it Bromantic," where Kevin first meets Archie, Jughead, Betty and Veronica, and also explores his love of journalism, his desire to serve in the military in the footsteps of his father, a retired colonel, plus fascinating and fun insights into Kevin's life growing up as an Army kid prior to Riverdale. The deluxe volume includes Kevin's first two appearances in Veronica #202 & #205 and the full 4-issue run of the Kevin Keller miniseries.



Written by Dan Parent, art by Dan Parent, Rich Koslowski, cover by Dan Parent.

It's a bunch of firsts for Kevin Keller in the first issue of his ongoing series. It's his first time as Riverdale High class president. And he gets published in the Riverdale newspaper for the first time. Oh yeah, and Kevin gets ready to go on his first date! What?! Kevin's never been on a date before? That's the reaction everybody has, as they can't believe cool, good-looking, mild mannered Kevin Keller has never been on a date. And when he's made attempts in the past things go terribly wrong, it turns out Kevin Keller is actually bad at something -- dating! But the Riverdale gang, along with his old friends and family step in to help ol' Kevin out. With his friends and family at the helm can anything possibly go wrong? Of course! But Kevin will get through it anyway!

32 pages, $2.99.


Only Archie can claim the place of #1 best-selling kid's magazine line at general retail in North America -- Archie sells millions of its Double Digests to families each year. For the first time, Archie is replicating the bestselling format in a full-color mass market paperback that provides the same popular value as its Double Digests. Loaded with jokes and comic stories that kids and families love and have come to elect from Archie, Laugh with Archie features 336 pages jam-packed with Archie jokes and comics.

336 pages, $7.99.


Written by Ian Flynn, art by Ben Bates and various, cover by Patrick Spaziante.

"Dr. Wily Returns," Part Two. Dr. Wily is back, and this time he has eight new Robot Masters of his own! Mega Man must track down and defeat each one before they complete their missions and conquer the world for their mustachioed master. It's hard enough when each new Robot Master is deadlier than the last, but how can the Blue Bomber succeed with Quick Man tripping him up every step of the way?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written and art by various, cover by Tracy Yardley.

The adventure continues! Sonic Super Special Magazine is packed with more than 100 pages of comics, news, features, never-before-seen artwork and a foil-enhanced cover by Sonic artist extraordinaire Tracy Yardley! This quarterly collection takes new readers on a take a look back at the story that changed everything: "Sonic Adventure"! From the discovery of the United Federation to a deadly close encounter with the monstrous Chaos, Sonic super-fans will also be treated with part two of the Sonic Time Line, featuring more brand-new art from Jamal Peppers!

128 pages, $9.99.


Written by Ian Flynn, art by Terry Austin and various, cover by Ben Bates.

"The Trial of Geoffrey St. John." Fresh from the epic "Babylon Rising" arc in Sonic Universe, Sonic and Tails investigate the fate of their enemies before hurrying home for the trial of their former ally, Geoffrey St. John. How did this international man of mystery become an Ixis wizard? Where do his true loyalties lie? The answers fans have been demanding finally arrive!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Tracy Yardley, art by Tracy Yardley and various, cover by Tracy Yardley, Matt Herms.

"Babylon Rising," Part Four. Babylon Garden has been found! New Mobotropolis is under siege! The Battle Bird Armada attacks from the sky, and Sonic enters into a desperate race against the Babylon Rogues! As chaos reigns, an ancient secret will be revealed that could destroy not only the cities, but the entire world! You cannot miss the stunning conclusion to artistic legend Tracy Yardley's debut Sonic Universe arc!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

It's now thirty years down the line and King Sonic is on the throne. An unstoppable force threatens to destroy Angel Island and the world. It's up to a new generation of Freedom Fighters to save the day! Collects issues #5-8 of Sonic Universe.

112 pages, $11.99.


Written by George Gladir, Mike Pellowski, art by Tim Kennedy and various, cover by Fernando Ruiz.

"Top Dog!" With dog themed movies on the rise, Archie and the guys aim to find the perfect extreme sport vehicle to launch Hot Dog into the spotlight! Once they capture their stunt on film, the only thing left to do is enter it into a contest! Will fortune and glory follow for our furry star? Then, as the gang watch the latest space shuttle launch, they envision what space travel might be like if they were so lucky as to trek through the galaxy. But are any of them really cut out to be astronauts?

160 pages, $3.99.

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