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PEP Comics, originally published by MLJ Magazines, is the series that introduced the world to Archie Andrews in 1941. Though it started as an anthology featuring various heroes like The Hangman and The Shield, the runaway success of Archie led MLJ to eventually focus the comic book on him and his Riverdale pals. PEP Comics continued under the Archie Comics imprint for decades, solidifying its place as a launchpad for the iconic teenager and his teenage universe. Humour, Archie's Weird Mysteries, Archie Comics Betty, Archie Betty And Veronica, Archie Comics Riverdale, Archie Comics Characters, Comic Book Frames, Archie Comic Books, Archie And Betty

PEP Comics, originally published by MLJ Magazines, is the series that introduced the world to Archie Andrews in 1941. Though it started as an anthology featuring various heroes like The Hangman and The Shield, the runaway success of Archie led MLJ to eventually focus the comic book on him and his Riverdale pals. PEP Comics continued under the Archie Comics imprint for decades, solidifying its place as a launchpad for the iconic teenager and his teenage universe.

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PEP Comics, originally published by MLJ Magazines, is the series that introduced the world to Archie Andrews in 1941. Though it started as an anthology featuring various heroes like The Hangman and The Shield, the runaway success of Archie led MLJ to eventually focus the comic book on him and his Riverdale pals. PEP Comics continued under the Archie Comics imprint for decades, solidifying its place as a launchpad for the iconic teenager and his teenage universe. Humour, Cartoon Newspaper, Betty Archie, Archie Comics Betty, Archie Betty And Veronica, Millie The Model, Dan Decarlo, Archie Comic Books, Archie And Betty

PEP Comics, originally published by MLJ Magazines, is the series that introduced the world to Archie Andrews in 1941. Though it started as an anthology featuring various heroes like The Hangman and The Shield, the runaway success of Archie led MLJ to eventually focus the comic book on him and his Riverdale pals. PEP Comics continued under the Archie Comics imprint for decades, solidifying its place as a launchpad for the iconic teenager and his teenage universe.

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archie sam schwartz | Reading Room: TIPPY TEEN "KIss and Tell" Sci Fi, Kiss And Tell, Archie Comic Books, Teen Friends, Archie Comics, Reading Room, Sci Fi Fantasy, Peanuts Comics, Comic Books

In the 1960s, besides sci-fi and superhero comics, most of us also read "teen humor" comics... ...like Tower's Tippy Teen, which featured this tale that started off with the heroine reading a romance comic... If the plotting and art style on this tale from Tippy Teen #17 (1967) reads like an Archie Comics story, that's because many Archie writers and artists (who were freelancers) including Sam Schwartz, Harry Shorten, and Dan DeCarlo, also worked on Tippy strips for Tower Comics'…

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Apple Pie was a humor magazine in the 1970s much like National Lampoon but focused a bit more on the comics and illustrations. The premier issue, released in 1975, contained a wonderfully irrelevant parody of the Archie comics, specifically Betty & Veronica.

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