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Archie #522

"Repair Despair" (Bill Golliher & Stan Goldberg): A joy ride in Archie's junk heap is anything but a joy, but Archie's dad won't lend him the money to get it fixed, until his car winds up in the shop and he has to use Archie's! "Turtle Travels" (Bill Golliher & Stan Goldberg.): For a slow-moving animal, Archie's turtle sure gets around, but after all, his name IS Zippy! "Star Tricked" (Mike Pellowski & Stan Goldberg): Archie and the gang boldly go where no one asked them to go, but what the heck, they have a spaceship! "Dumb Waiter" (SCRIPT: Mike Pellowski & Stan Goldberg): Mama mia, Archie a waiter at an Italian restaurant? Unfortunately, "clumsy" is the same in any language! "Repair Despair" (Bill Golliher & Stan Goldberg): A joy ride in Archie's junk heap is anything but a joy, but Archie's dad won't lend him the money to get it fixed, until his car winds up in the shop and he has to use Archie's! "Turtle Travels" (Bill Golliher & Stan Goldberg.): For a slow-moving animal, Archie's turtle sure gets around, but after all, his name IS Zippy! "Star Tricked" (Mike Pellowski & Stan Goldberg): Archie and the gang boldly go where no one asked them to go, but what the heck, they have a spaceship! "Dumb Waiter" (SCRIPT: Mike Pellowski & Stan Goldberg): Mama mia, Archie a waiter at an Italian restaurant? Unfortunately, "clumsy" is the same in any language!

Archie #599

"Return to Riverstock." It's peace, love and rock 'n roll as Archie Comics commemorates the 40th anniversary of the original Woodstock concert! The Archies use the concert as an opportunity to promote environmental issues, while their parents see the event as a chance to relive and reminisce about their own experiences at the original Riverstock. This story is filled with the best the '60s had to offer - from peace symbols to colorful fashions, it's all here in this tuneful tale! "Return to Riverstock." It's peace, love and rock 'n roll as Archie Comics commemorates the 40th anniversary of the original Woodstock concert! The Archies use the concert as an opportunity to promote environmental issues, while their parents see the event as a chance to relive and reminisce about their own experiences at the original Riverstock. This story is filled with the best the '60s had to offer - from peace symbols to colorful fashions, it's all here in this tuneful tale!

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