Betty in Fright Night

This is one of my favorite of the more mysterious Archie Comics

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For more Archie Comics, go to Betty and Veronica in Mystery at the Studio

For more Betty Cooper, go to Betty and Veronica: Stranger Than Fiction

Betty and Veronica in Mystery at the Studio

This is called Betty and Veronica, but it is mostly about Archie-I mean he is the one who solves the case. They should have had one of them do it, or call it Archie Andrews in, why put B & V in the title if they aren’t the active characters?

For more Archie Comics, go to Jughead Jones in The Giant Tonsils That Swallowed Riverdale

For more Archie Andrews, go to Little Archie in Mystery of the Disappearing Mummy

For more mysteries in the course of making a movie, go to Psycho II

Archie Andrews: Not So Private Eye

So this month is November or Noirvember

I try to put any Noir books that I read in this month. So when I spotted this comic from an Archie Laugh magazine I had to share it

 

For more Noir, go to This Doesn’t Happen in the Movies

For more Archie Comics, go to Little Archie: Man of the House

For more private investigators, go to Innocent in Las Vegas

For more stolen jewels, go to The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle

Little Betty & Veronica: The Buried Treasure Mystery

This comes from Betty and Veronica Double Digest No. 96. The story is called Little Betty and Veronica & the Buried Treasure, but I’m not sure why. It isn’t really about them, but about Archie. Why didn’t they just call it Little Archie & the Buried Treasure?

For more Archie Comics, go to Archie Andrews: A Real Foul Ball 

For more Betty & Veronica, go to Betty and Veronica: Stranger Than Fiction

For more treasure hunts, go to How to Wash a Cat

For more mystery reviews, go to Emilie and the Sky World

Archie Andrews: A Real Foul Ball

So I was rereading my Archie Comics again and came upon another mystery panel. I liked sharing the Betty and Veronica one last time, so I thought it would be fun to post another.

This comes from Archie’s Double Digest Magazine No. 143, and found a fun mystery that I thought I would share with you all.

For more Archie Comics, go to Betty and Veronica: Stranger Than Fiction

For more of these types of posts, go to 11 Famous Murder Riddles

For mystery reviews, go to How to Wash a Cat

Betty and Veronica: Stranger Than Fiction

So I was reading an old Archie ComicBetty and Veronica Double Digest Magazine No. 129, and found a fun mystery that I thought I would share with you all.

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Betty and Veronica talk about their love of Nancy Drool (Nancy Drew) and their imaginations take over:

For more of these type of posts, go to 11 Famous Murder Riddles

For book reviews, go to The Falling Machine