Archie Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Betty & Veronica Digest #207 and Veronica #202, both arrive in stores on September 1, 2010.

“Sleeping Betty” & “Taken for a Ride”
Life is a fairy tale in an Archie-ized retelling of Sleeping Beauty starring Betty, with Veronica as the evil queen.  A curse placed on baby Betty alters the princess’s life forever and threatens to give this story an unhappy ending. Can the magic of cherished friends and the love of a true prince turn the tide?  Then, back in the present, the gang is “Taken for a Ride,” but everyone has their own idea about how to roll out.
SCRIPT: Dan Parent, Mike Pellowski
ART: Dan Parent, Tim Kennedy, Ken Selig, Phil Felix and Barry Grossman
COVER: Dan Parent
Shipping Date: 8/25/2010
On Sale at Comic Shops: 9/1/2010
Newsstands: Week of 9/14/2010
80-page, full-color digest
$2.69 US

“Isn’t It Bromantic?”
There’s a new hunk in town and Veronica has her sights set on him. She latches on to Kevin, but despite her increasingly persistent attempts to get his attention, he’s just not interested! Jughead takes advantage of the situation and uses them both in his quest to play Veronica for a fool.  In the end, will Jughead turn out to be the real dunce?
SCRIPT: Dan Parent
ART: Dan Parent, Rich Koslowski, Jack Morelli and Digikore Studios
COVER: Dan Parent
Shipping Date: 8/25/2010
On Sale at Comic Shops: 9/1/2010
Newsstands: Week of 9/14/2010
32-page, 40 lb glossy stock, full-color comic
$2.99 US

via Archie Comics

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