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Archie Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Archie Digest #247 and Veronica #190, both arriving in stores next week.

ARCHIE DIGEST #247
“A Date to Remember”: The town newspaper offers a cash prize for the couple who goes on the most interesting “cheap date!”  This is one contest wherein Archie has the advantage!
SCRIPT: George Gladir.
ART: Fernando Ruiz.
“Just Chute Me”: Archie gets away to a secluded spot where he can think about anything BUT school during his summer break… until a few familiar faces “drop in” to remind him!
SCRIPT: Mike Pellowski.
ART: Henry Scarpelli.
PLUS: Other new and classic tales!
SCRIPT AND ART: Various talents.
BONUS: Puzzles, games and pin-ups!
Shipping Date: August 27th, 2008
On Sale at Comic Specialty Shops: September 3rd, 2008
On Sale on Newsstands: September 16th, 2008
Full color digest format
$2.49 US.

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VERONICA #190
“Makeover Madness”: Veronica decides to become a fashion expert for a business class assignment… and proceeds to give everyone “the business” by giving everyone a makeover!
“Get Your Geek On”: Veronica dreads going to the comic convention with her fangirl cousin Marcy… especially since she insists that Veronica go dressed as an alien queen.  But her protests don’t last long, as for every queen there is a king!
“Tech-No, Tech-YES!”: Mr. Lodge tries to institute “technology free” nights at the mansion… but finds that even “free” comes at a cost!
SCRIPTS AND ART: Dan Parent.
Shipping Date: August 27th, 2008
On Sale at Comic Specialty Shops: September 3rd, 2008
On Sale on Newsstands: September 16th, 2008
32-page, full color comic
$2.25 US.

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via Archie Comics

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