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MONDAY, JUNE 18, 2012



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

"Archie's Storybook: A Riverdale Fable," Part 1. When Archie unleashes the hidden powers in an old statue in the woods, things get very strange in Riverdale. He wakes up as the prince in a fractured fairytale, with everybody and everything in Riverdale taking on the traits and characteristics of classic storybook characters. And he appears to be the only one who knows what's going on. Well, except for Jughead, who seems to have the answers as Old King Cole. But Archie has to decide who's the fairest in the land, while saving Riverdale from the Queen of Hearts, and potential war from another dimension. Just another typical day in Riverdale!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

After failing to complete their book reports to Miss Grundy's satisfaction, she assigns Archie and Veronica to read War and Peace. Can the couple manage to put away all distractions and buckle down, or will their pairing result in a failing grade? Discover for yourself in "Read Between the Lines!"

160 pages, $3.99.


Written by Greg Crosby, art by Stan Goldberg, Bob Smith, cover by Dan Parent.

"Bobbin' and Weavin'" Veronica is throwing an "old-fashioned" Halloween party and everyone is invited. But what exactly is an old-fashioned Halloween party? Archie and Jughead intend to find out in a night filled with laughs, a cowboy and hula girl kissing, plus winning prizes by bobbing for apples!

160 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Parent, Bill Golliher, art by Dan Parent, Dan DeCarlo, cover by Dan DeCarlo.

Archie decides he is finally going to make up his mind and choose his true love as Betty & Veronica battle over him tooth and nail! One of the biggest Archie stories of all time, this new, greatly expanded edition of a perennial Archie bestseller adds 80 pages of material including the follow-up story, "Love Showdown Special," which has never before appeared in book form! Features a spot-UV enhanced cover.

128 pages, $9.99.


Written by Dan Parent, art by Dan Parent, Jim Amash, cover by Dan DeCarlo.

Cheryl Blossom is running for class president unopposed. Not willing to stand by and watch Cheryl come into power, Veronica rolls up her sleeves and throws her hat in the ring. Which of Riverdale's most popular students will be elected the next class president when it comes down to one vote? The answer lies at the conclusion of "Madam President!"

160 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Kupperberg and various, art by Stan Goldberg and various, cover by Rex Lindsey.

After reading up on mind-reading, Jughead claims that he has the power to hear other people's thoughts. Although skeptical, Archie challenges Jughead to prove it to him. Does Jughead really possess the extraordinary gift of E.S.P. or is there more to his trick? Next, tired of seeing their pal waste away at Pop's, Archie and Reggie try to convince Jughead to try out for a school sport. Will Jug find an extracurricular activity he enjoys more than stuffing his face?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Craig Boldman, art by Rex Lindsey, Rich Koslowski, cover by Dan DeCarlo.

Jughead has gone into the keychain business and he's got a can't-fail philosophy -- don't take "no" for an answer. As confident as Jughead is in his salesmanship, Reggie is even more-so about his ability to resist a sale. Can Jughead manage to fulfill his 100 percent sales goal or will Reggie be triumphant in remaining keychain-less? Find out in "Smooth Saleing!"

160 pages, $3.99.


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

"Drive Me Crazy." A teenager's first car is a rite of passage, and Kevin is excited to land his very first car: his Dad's old army jeep, "old" being the operative word here. Even though he's handy with cars, this is a challenge even for him. Enter Dilton, who helps him "spice" up the car with all sorts of high-tech devices and modern technology. But as good as that might sound, it can really cause havoc when you're out on a date, where things can go very wrong!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Kupperberg, art by Fernando Ruiz and various, cover by Fernando Ruiz.

"Archie Marries Veronica" - Tragedy has struck Riverdale! Upon hearing the news of Clay's shooting, the gang all rally around Kevin in support. Will Clay survive or meet a heartbreaking end? As Reggie and Betty contemplate the future of their reality show, others struggle with life-altering decisions. Moose's political opportunity of a lifetime is presented before him but is he prepared for it? And what news does Veronica have to divulge that will shake up the family business forever?

"Archie Marries Betty" - Archie and his business partners have just booked the biggest band in the world for their club's opening night! All that's left is to schedule the opening act - is an Archies reunion in the cards? Cheryl continues to fight the good fight with her chemo treatments and having a friend like Veronica along makes it all the more bearable. A touching issue that proves no matter how rough life gets in Riverdale, the gang is ready to take on anything life throws at them - together.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ian Flynn, art by Gary Martin and various, cover by Mike Norton.

"Proto-Type," Part 2. The origin of Mega Man's wayward brother, Proto Man, continues! What happened to the robot named "Blues" after he left Dr. Light? And how did he make is fateful encounter with Dr. Wily? Then, in "Cold Feat," Guts Man comes to Ice Man's aid, but is the buff robot the bigger threat?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

For the Sonic fan on the go and those who want to know it like the pros, this is the long-anticipated official source for Sonic the Hedgehog comic info! Includes new, exclusive information not yet revealed in the comic itself and packed with entertaining character and location listings that definitively explain Sonic's world, Mobius. It's a big place that has been featured in hundreds of issues of stories-the longest running video-game inspired hit comic ever!

192 pages, $16.99.


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

"Blast from the Past!" Team Freedom has battled the Eggman away from New Mobotropolis, and now it's up to Sonic and Team Fighters to finish the job! The seeds of destruction may have been sown aboard the Death Egg, but what new evil has sprung? Meanwhile, in "Game On!," Sonic and friends prepare for the ultimate competition in this super special Sega tie-in!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ian Flynn, art by Jim Amash and various, cover by Stephen Downer and various.

"Unsung Heroes," Part 4. As the Council of Acorn prepares to ratify the new constitution, Ixis Naugus prepares to unleash a devastating spell from his secret lair! The Secret Freedom Fighters will only get one shot to stop him, and if they fail, they'll lose the city forever! The action-packed finale to the Secret Freedom Fighters arc!

32 pages, $2.99.


By various, cover by Patrick Spaziante.

Sonic must face Dr. Eggman's deadliest creation in this, the "Death Egg Saga!" Here you'll get the complete "Sonic Quest" trilogy telling of Sonic's first confrontation with the famous battle station, the Death Egg! Sonic and Tails must race against time to stop the monstrous flying fortress before it turns everyone into robot slaves! Also collected in this volume are the first hints and the dramatic reveal of the Death Egg II! Sonic Select Volume 6 collects the "Sonic Quest" mini-series, Free Comic Book Day issues from 2010-2011, and selections from Sonic the Hedgehog #224.

128 pages, $11.99.


Written by George Gladir, Craig Boldman, art by Pat Kennedy and various, cover by Dan DeCarlo.

"Hanky-Panky." Arch and Jug are sweating their upcoming exam and turn to A student Dilton for advice. Surely there's more to acing an exam than just studying hard, right? Discover what Dilton's "lucky charm" is when it comes to making the grade! Then, "Welcome to the Digital Age." Technology sure moves fast. Archie's grandfather marvels at how far computers have come since he was Archie and Chuck's age, giving the teens insight into where computers came from and how they will advance in their lifetime.

160 pages, $3.99.


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

"Ashes to Ashes," Part 2. Tragedy strikes the town of Red Circle! Shaken by the devastation to their town and families, the heirs to the Crusaders legacy face one more surprise: Joe Higgins, aka The Shield, is their legal guardian! But secret bunkers, talking space monkeys and hidden weapon caches aren't exactly the best way to make a first impression. Who knew? The kids made it through a battle with the murderous Brain Emperor -- but can they get past Joe Higgins?

32 pages, $2.99.

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