This is one of my favorite of the more mysterious Archie Comics
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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?
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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.
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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?
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So I was reading an old Archie Comic, Betty and Veronica Double Digest Magazine No. 129, and found a fun mystery that I thought I would share with you all.
Betty and Veronica talk about their love of Nancy Drool (Nancy Drew) and their imaginations take over:
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