Canadian Newsstand Edition

Archie Canadian Price Variants

By Benjamin Nobel, June 1, 2019

My fellow Canadian Price Variant Price Guide collaborators and I are very fortunate to be working with Toronto-based researcher Salvatore Miceli, who has been investigating other publishers including Archie that we have yet to cover in our guide (thus far we’ve covered only 1980’s Marvel and DC). Earlier this year I shared Sal’s Gladstone research with you, and today I’m writing to share Sal’s Archie research. Big thanks to Sal for all his efforts! 🙂 The list of Archies Sal uncovered will be presented at the end; first, I want to give some introductory thoughts. [Also, please note: Archie published 35¢ Canadian price variants in the 1950’s and 1960’s; they also published Canadian price variant digests; but for this post we will be focusing on Archie’s 1980’s (onward) Canadian price variant comics.]

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Ah, the Canadian...

Ah, the Canadian Price Variants!

Hopefully all readers of this post are already familiar with our Marvel & DC guide and already know from reading our guide intro — for context — that those two publishers generally produced three versions of each issue during their respective cover price variant windows: a direct edition version with multiple prices (direct-sold to comic dealers/shops at a discount but on a non-returnable basis), and two single-price newsstand versions (copies sold to the general public on newsstands, where unsold copies were returnable by the newsstand for refund/credit) — the two newsstand types were a higher cover price version (the Type 1A Price Variant) and a lower cover price version. (I say the word “generally” above because sometimes there were issues that were direct edition exclusives).

For contrast, when a Marvel or DC Canadian price variant occurred it was one of three types (two single-price newsstand, one multi-price direct edition)

For contrast, when a Marvel or DC Canadian price variant occurred it was one of three types (two single-price newsstand, one multi-price direct edition)

That’s important context to have (for contrast) when it comes to thinking about Archie’s 1980’s Canadian price variant rarity characteristics, because Archie marched to the beat of their own drum, and depending on the year we’re looking at and the specific comic in question there might be two versions

Jughead #325: Two types, both newsstand

Jughead #325: Two types, both newsstand

… or possibly three (like we’re used to with Marvel & DC)…

Three types of TMNT #72: two single-price newsstand and one dual-price direct edition

Three types of TMNT Adventures #72: two single-price newsstand and one dual-price direct edition

… or possibly four

Four single-price types were published for Life With Archie #268: two newsstand and two direct edition.

Four single-price types were published for Life With Archie #268: two newsstand and two direct edition.

… and there were even situations where the price variants weren’t single-price like we’re used to but rather were published with dual prices covering distribution across both Canada and the UK (see this separate post about those)!:

Betty and Veronica #1, 6/1987. Left: regular 75¢ cover price copy; Right: 95¢/40p cover price variant.

Betty and Veronica #1, 6/1987. Left: regular 75¢ cover price copy; Right: 95¢/40p cover price variant.

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Another thing to know for context when it comes to thinking about Archie Canadian price variants is that Archie’s price variant window covers a comparably huge span of time compared to Marvel & DC: It turns out that as far as starting point, Archie beat Marvel & DC to the “variant punch” by a month, with their first 1980’s CPVs being published in September of 1982 (Marvel and DC both started in October), and then as far as the ending point, incredibly, whereas Marvel ended their price variant window in 1986 and DC ended theirs in 1988, Sal found Archie CPVs all the way out to May of 1997!

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In the beginning of Archie’s price variant window we see just two versions of each Archie issue… and both of those versions were newsstand. The number of different 1st print types (and the distribution characteristics of each type) is important to know for context, because when we think about the total surviving copies out there for any given issue number as a “pie,” we can mentally divide that pie into slices when thinking about Canadian price variant rarity as a percentage of the pie. And differing distribution circumstances can greatly impact how the pie looks!

Depending on the number of first print types and their distribution characteristics, we can wind up with a much-different-looking Canadian price variant (blue slice) rarity picture as a percentage of the total pie.

Depending on the number of first print types and their distribution characteristics, we can wind up with a much-different-looking Canadian price variant (blue slice) rarity picture as a percentage of the total pie of surviving copies. I peg the surviving-copies-pie for the Archie-two-newsstand-types situation as looking like the pie at left, versus the Marvel-three-types situation as looking like the pie at right.

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Lets have a look now at a few of these different distribution situations that occurred during Archie’s price variant window.

Upon ranking the universe of Sal’s identified Archie CPVs by non-variant guide value and looking at the top most valuable issues, I observe three main “groupings” of higher-value comics — and it turns out that examining each of these three groups in turn will help to illustrate three different sets of distribution characteristics/circumstances:

(1) Cheryl Blossom group
(2) TMNT Adventures group
(3) Sonic the Hedgehog group

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Situation 1: Cheryl Blossom / Archie And The Gang

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Archie with red maple leaf

The first group of keys I want to discuss comes from the “Archie and the gang” line of comics and features the 1st appearance of Cheryl Blossom (Archie’s Girls Betty and Veronica #320, with baseline non-variant value listed most recently at $415). Among the issues published by Archie that Sal identified as having CPV’s, the early Cheryl Blossom keys from the Archie-and-the-gang group feature the top 5 most highly valued issues (by non-variant 9.2 value), and, also, the only 4 issues from Archie’s CPV window to be valued at $100 or higher. So it makes sense that we examine these with special attention.

Each of these early Cheryl Blossom keys has just the two newsstand versions for each issue number (no Archie direct editions existed yet, at the time they were published): a “regular” 60¢ cover price version and the 75¢ variant sold on Canadian newsstands.

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Two types were published for Archie’s Girls Betty & Veronica #320, a 60¢ newsstand type and a 75¢ newsstand type (the Type 1A price variant)

So when we consider the ratio of CPV copies to “regular” copies for these issues, we must keep in mind that in the beginning of Archie’s 1980’s window, one of the main rarity-driving aspects we’re used to thinking about with Marvel and DC — the division of the Canadian market between newsstand and direct editions — just wasn’t in play for Archie as we enter their price variant window: Archie was 100% newsstand to 0% direct edition.

And as we move forward through the years of their price variant window, even late in Archie’s CPV window we must keep in mind that Archie-and-the-gang comics remained very concentrated on newsstands. In this 2014 article, John Jackson Miller states as follows about the main Archie title:

“As the comic-shop market grew in the 1980s, Archie’s publishing focus remained on the newsstand; sales recovered a little in the late 1980s thanks in part to added attention to its subscription business, but the flourishing of the comic book market helped Archie less than most publishers, given its younger target demographic. Enough so that when the early 1990s brought a colossal boom in the comics shop market, it’s barely noticeable from the title’s sales.”

– John Jackson Miller

This is a remarkable observation: during the huge comic-shop-driven boom of the 1990’s, Archie meanwhile saw a barely noticeable sales impact from the boom — their direct edition sales of the Archie title were so low that boom times for comic shops hardly moved the needle of the Archie title’s total sales!

We went looking for the first direct edition in the Archie title and it appears to be from all the way out in September of 1988 with issue #360.

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And interestingly, it doesn’t have dual US and Canadian prices on the cover, but rather, we find two types with the “Artist of the Month, Dan Decarlo” logo box, one with 75¢ cover price and the other an elusive 95¢ cover price logo version! I would have taken one look at these 95¢ direct editions and presumed they were sold exclusively in comic shops, but it turns out that may not be the case — my fellow price guide collaborator Bill Alexander has researched these 95¢ logo copies extensively, he’s only ever found them mixed in among newsstand collections and to date Bill has confirmed the existence of 95¢ logo copies for Archie #360, Life with Archie #268, and Archie Giant Series Magazine (AGSM) #586-587 … and he thinks there may be more out there from 9/88 – 10/88:

“All Direct Market 95¢ CPV issues I’ve confirmed to exist are indicated below by an asterisk sign. Based on seeing these in the marketplace mixed in with large newsstand collections, I feel almost certain that all the below were available for sale on newsstands as part of a Test Marketing. In my experience of many years looking for these I’ve seldom ever seen them and have only been able to confirm a handful of the total I believe should exist from 9/88 (and 10/88 for AGSM). Outside of these two months, no other Archie Direct Market 95¢ CPVs have yet to be discovered, as far as I am aware.

Archie Regular Size Comics 9/88 Direct Market/Test Market 95c CPVs
Archie 360*
Archie Giant Series Magazine 583-585
Archie’s Pals N Gals 200
Betty’s Diary 20
Betty and Me 170
Betty and Veronica 13
Life with Archie 268*
The New Archies 8

Archie Regular Size Comics 10/88 Direct Market/Test Market 95c CPVs (only done on Archie Giant Series Magazine)
Archie Giant Series Magazine 586*
Archie Giant Series Magazine 587* (1st appearance of The Explorers of The Unknown)
Archie Giant Series Magazine 588
Archie Giant Series Magazine 589
Archie Giant Series Magazine 590 (1st Back to the Future Jughead issue pre dates Jughead’s Time Police #1)”

– Bill Alexander

Looking at Bill’s list above and the four confirmed-to-date 95¢ logo copies, Archie Giant Series Magazine #587 (baseline non-variant value in 9.2 of $6) stands out as far as storyline significance, featuring the first appearance of the Explorers of the Unknown team, which was a parody of Jack Kirby’s Challengers of the Unknown. Although neither CGC nor Overstreet currently make mention of this appearance, Comic Vine does list AGSM #587 as the team’s first appearance.

Archie Giant Series Magazine #587, 95 cent with logo, 1st Explorers of the Unknown

Archie Giant Series Magazine #587, 95 cent with logo, 1st Explorers of the Unknown

But if these 95¢ logo copies were only from 9/88 (and 10/88 for AGSM) as Bill’s research suggests (with these variants existing only for those issues where the corresponding 75¢ direct editions have the “Dan Decarlo” logo box), that raises the question of what direct editions Archie sent up to Canadian comic shops after those and up until the addition of Canadian and UK prices onto the direct edition covers?? Did Canadians just get a great deal on their direct editions at comic shops, receiving 75¢ cover price copies? Or, are there even-more-elusive single-price 95¢ direct editions still waiting to be discovered out there from 11/88, 12/88, etc.? There’s a definite chance they might exist out there so keep your eyes out (and let us know if you find any)!

At Archie #360 we see two single-price direct edition types; by Archie #379 we have one direct edition type with multiple prices.

At Archie #360 we see two single-price direct edition types; by Archie #379 we have one direct edition type with multiple prices.

Moving forward through the 1990’s and into the 2000’s, John Jackson Miller notes that the Archie title did eventually become less reliant on newsstand sales, reaching what pencils out to ~44% direct edition by 2013:

“Further, the title is increasingly less tied to the flagging fortunes of the newsstand market: comics shops accounted for about four out of every nine copies that visited a cash register in 2013.”

– John Jackson Miller

Learning of this heavy newsstand reliance for the Archie title is informative for our consideration of the group of Archie-and-the-gang titles, when it comes to CPV rarity as a percentage of total copies: even after the introduction of direct editions we’re going to be heavily newsstand for this group of comics, so whenever we split the Canadian market for Archie-and-the-gang comics into pie slices by newsstand and direct edition in our consideration of rarity, we must remember that newsstand is going to dominate the pie by size.

And then there’s the market size difference itself which also needs special consideration in the case of Archies: Over in the world of Marvel and DC price variants, we’re used to using the population size difference as our guidepost to understanding the market size difference. But that doesn’t hold for Archie-and-the gang, which was a very specific “niche” type of comic book: I learned from fellow price guide collaborator Doug Sulipa that Canadians, as it turns out, were incredibly fond of Archie-and-the-gang titles versus Americans. Doug pegged that Canada might have represented as much as 15% or so of Archie’s newsstand market copies, on account of reports that Archie-and-the-gang sold far better per capita in Canada than any other country where Archie sold their comics. Highlighting the importance of Canada to Archie we see that the cover of Archie Giant Series Magazine #620 features the Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada, and there is even a 100-page Archie All-Canadian Digest #1.

Betty and Veronica at the West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada

Betty and Veronica at the West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada

Doug reasons that since Canadians were particularly fond of the Archie-and-the-gang titles, they might have saved more copies than the average American who might have been a more casual reader. Between higher per capita popularity and potentially-higher preservation of Archie-and-the-gang titles, we might expect to see surviving variants represent well in excess of ten percentage points of total issues graded by CGC, and as it turns out, that’s exactly what we observe when looking at the CGC Census for the Cheryl Blossom group of Archie keys:

Title Issue Significance Regular Census Count 75c Variant Census Count Variant Percentage
Archie’s Girls Betty and Veronica 320 1st Appearance Of Cheryl Blossom 118 36 23%
Jughead 325 2nd Appearance Of Cheryl Blossom 25 11 31%
Archie’s Girls Betty and Veronica 322 Cheryl meets Archie for the first time 24 2 8%
Archie’s Girls Betty and Veronica 321 Cheryl Blossom appearance 12 4 25%
Archie’s Pals ‘n Gals 161 3rd Appearance of Cheryl Blossom 34 1 3%
Total: 213 54 20%

While we’re dealing with very small total census counts here (so one or two individual submissions could really skew the numbers), and the variant percentage observed on census varies quite a bit issue to issue, we can observe that as a group, the price variants highlighted above come in at just about 20% of total census copies as of this writing. For Archie’s Girls Betty & Veronica #320 we observe a total of 154 copies of the issue on census, with 36 of those being the 75¢ variants — that’s ~23%. Since the price variants may be more compelling to actually send in versus regular copies due to higher market value, I find it valuable to also look at the ratio on census in grade where, for example, we can see that in 9.0-and-higher there are 11 CPV copies out of 72 total or 15% of copies graded “9-and-up” for B&V #320.

I’d also comment that the mere 154 total copies we see on record at CGC for what is the most highly-valued (by non-variant 9.2) Archie key falling within their price variant window should strike us as a very low total number relative to what we’re used to seeing over at Marvel and DC. For contrast, Amazing Spider-Man #238 has 5,495 total copies on record at CGC as of this writing, of which 98, or 1.7%, are the 75¢ variant. This sharp contrast helps illustrate that with Archie, we’ve got comics that were sold mostly to readers, and smaller total sales numbers as well.

And looking at sales numbers moving forward from the 1980’s, as the years progressed Archie saw smaller sales of their comics, but really seems to have found their footing selling digests. Doug Sulipa described how readers began to focus on buying the better-value-for-the-reading-dollar digests, but it still made sense for Archie to continue putting out new material in comics in order to accumulate new material to later reprint as digests!

“Used ARCHIE DIGESTS were some of my Bestselling Back issues in the Last Years of my Winnipeg Store from 1988-1996 (People would buy 10 or 20 or More at a Time for Themselves, Kids, & Grandkids, to take to the Cabin, Road Trips, etc.)”

– Doug Sulipa, dougcomicworld.com

Indeed, Archie has referred to their digests as their “bread and butter” — and their particular specialty and expertise in digests was so strong that Marvel turned to Archie in 2017 to package and distribute their Marvel Comics Digests (in that press release is the below quote).

“For years, Archie has made the digest format our bread and butter.”

– Jon Goldwater, CEO of Archie Comics

All of this adds up to Archie comics having lower and lower print runs over time during their price variant window, especially as we get into the later 1990’s.

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But in addition to the Archie-and-the-gang comics, Archie also published superhero comics. Presumably these had different distribution characteristics versus Archie-and-the-gang, because we see direct editions used much earlier in the window: One example early in the window is The Fly (by Steve Ditko), where we see Direct Editions published with both US and CAN cover prices, plus two newsstand versions, early in 1984:

The Fly #5: Dual-price Direct Edition (left), single-price 75¢ newsstand (middle), and single-price Type 1A $1.00 newsstand (right)

The Fly #5: Dual-price Direct Edition (left), single-price 75¢ newsstand (middle), and single-price Type 1A $1.00 newsstand (right)

Also among the superhero comics published by Archie under their “Archie Adventure Series” were TMNT Adventures and Sonic the Hedgehog (is Sonic a “superhero”? I think it is fair to say so but I guess that’s debatable). And these happen to have some stand-out issues when it comes to guide value. Next, let’s move to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures group, where similar to the 9/1988 Archie-and-the-gang issues, the early TMNTA price variants had the interesting and unique twist as far as distribution circumstances, of being among four first-print versions!

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Group 2: TMNT Adventures

The most highly valued Archie TMNT comic (by non-variant value in 9.2) from their price variant window is one I’ve written about in the past, because for a long time the 1st appearance of Krang in comics had gone uncredited by CGC — but that changed and CGC now credits Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures #1 (1988 Mini-Series) with the 1st appearances of Krang, Bebop, and Rocksteady. The 9.2 baseline (non-variant) issue value was most recently listed at $28.

Four Types of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures #1

Four Types of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures #1

Above are the four first-print types Archie published for issue #1 of the TMNTA mini-series, and we can observe that the full mini-series and the first 11 issues of the ongoing series have that same “quirk” when it comes to the cover price variants: Instead of placing both US and CAN prices on their direct editions and having single-price newsstand editions, for these early TMNTA comics Archie published two single-price newsstand versions plus two single-price direct edition versions, for a total of four first print types (and there is also the “Salute to Victor Gorelick” logo cover of issue #1 of the 1989 series; also note that some of the early TMNTA comics went out to multiple printings, for example the CGC census has issue #1 of the 1989 series out to a fifth printing)! [See more TMNTA price variant examples in this separate post]

As of this writing, CGC does not differentiate Newsstand from Direct Edition except in certain special situations they deem “variant-worthy”, and that stance carries through to the TMNTA $1.25 cover price variants where both direct editions and newsstand editions exist: CGC simply lumps together both types by cover price… all $1.25 copies in “one pile” and all regular $1.00 copies in “another pile”. This means that we cannot tell from the census how many of the $1.25 price variants are newsstand versus how many are direct edition but based on the fact that 21 of the $1.25 cover price census copies are in the 9.8 tier for issue #1 of the mini-series, my guess is that the vast majority of those were direct editions that had been carefully preserved and stored away. I myself am personally responsible for a nice bunch of those 9.8’s on census, having found a stash of pristine direct edition #1’s from a comic shop in Toronto — I bought the whole stack and I sent them all in to CGC (one or two submissions from a focused collector can really skew the ratio on census when the total graded copy counts are this low!).

With both the newsstand and direct edition portions of the Canadian comic book market having gotten single-price $1.25 copies — and those copies all lumped together on the CGC census — we might expect that we’d see somewhere in the neighborhood of 10% of these TMNTA issues showing up as the Canadian Price Variant (keeping in mind the low census counts make the numbers rough), based on our guidepost of using the population split to inform us about the market size difference (i.e. assuming Canadians had roughly the same per-capita interest in buying Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics as their American counter-parts). And taking a look at a group comprised of TMNTA issues #1-3 of the mini-series plus #1-3 of the ongoing series, while there is a good deal of variability from issue to issue, as a group we observe a census breakdown of ~10% price variants to ~90% regular copies — which is right in line with the population split.

Title Issue Significance Regular Census Count $1.25 Variant Census Count Variant Percentage
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures Mini Series 1 1st appearances of Krang, Bebop, and Rocksteady in comics. Newsstand AND Direct Variant CPV exist 278 42 13%
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures Mini Series 2 Newsstand AND Direct Variant CPV exist 22 5 19%
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures Mini Series 3 Newsstand AND Direct Variant CPV exist 17 5 23%
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures 1 Newsstand AND Direct Variant CPV exist 208 8 4%
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures 2 Newsstand AND Direct Variant CPV exist 17 4 19%
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures 3 Newsstand AND Direct Variant CPV exist 14 0 0%
Total: 556 64 10%

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Group 3: Sonic the Hedgehog

The final group of keys I want to showcase are from the Sonic the Hedgehog group, with the top three most highly-valued issues (by 9.2 non-variant value) landing in the $55-75 range. These were published starting in 1993, with the final Sonic variant published May of 1997 — so we’re right at the later part of Archie’s price variant window with this group of comics. And the Sonic variants were done in the more “traditional” way (that we’re used to from Marvel and DC) — i.e. three types were published: (1) a direct edition type with both US and CAN prices, (2) a single-price lower cover price newsstand type for US newsstands, and (3) a single-price higher cover price newsstand type for Canadian newsstands (our Type 1A price variants).

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Three types for Sonic #0: Direct Edition with dual US & CAN prices, single-price $1.25 newsstand, and single-price $1.50 newsstand (Type 1A price variant)

And that contrast in distribution circumstances compared to the other two groupings we looked at shows up loud and clear in the CGC census: examining the below example group of Sonic comics, the $1.50 cover price variants show up on census with just 1% of the total copies.

Title Issue Significance Regular Census Count $1.50 Variant Census Count Variant Percentage
Sonic the Hedgehog Mini Series 0 Early Sonic comic 106 1 1%
Sonic the Hedgehog Mini Series 1 Early Sonic comic 78 0 0%
Sonic the Hedgehog Mini Series 2 Early Sonic comic 23 0 0%
Sonic the Hedgehog Mini Series 3 Early Sonic comic 16 0 0%
Sonic the Hedgehog 1 Early Sonic comic 165 2 1%
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Early Sonic comic 26 0 0%
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 Early Sonic comic 9 0 0%
Total: 423 3 1%

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The List!

With that introduction laid down, I now want to proceed to share some more example pictures and Sal’s price variant research: the list of titles and issues he identified where CPV’s exist!

But first, there’s one last thing I want to mention: just like the other publishers of 1980’s Type 1A’s that we’ve explored in the past, we find that the indicia and interiors of Archie’s price variants are 100% identical to the regular copies, and the Archie price variants are indeed US-published Type 1A price variants in all respects, by Jon McClure’s definition.

Here for example is the indicia for Laugh #374 published September of 1982 — that’s one month earlier than when Marvel and DC started publishing their CPVs — and in this first month of Archie’s variants it is interesting to observe that they hadn’t yet changed the indicia price to 75¢ in Canada, instead showing 60¢:

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Title List:

Adventures of Bayou Billy
Sep ’89 – Jun ’90
5 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.25 Sep ’89 $3
#2 $1.25 Nov ’89 $3
#3 $1.25 Jan ’90 $3
#4 $1.20 Apr ’90 Lower Price for this month only $3
#5 $1.25 Jun ’90 $3
Archie
Sep ’82 – May ’97
102 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#319 $0.75 Sep ’82 $6
#320 $0.75 Oct ’82 $6
#321 $0.75 Dec ’82 $6
#322 $0.75 Mar ’83 E.T. story $8
#323 $0.75 May ’83 $6
#324 $0.75 Jul ’83 $6
#325 $0.75 Sep ’83 $6
#326 $0.75 Nov ’83 Early Cheryl Blossom story $20
#327 $0.75 Jan ’84 $6
#328 $0.75 Mar ’84 $6
#329 $0.75 May ’84 $6
#330 $0.75 Jul ’84 $6
#331 $0.75 Sep ’84 $6
#332 $0.75 Nov ’84 $6
#333 $0.75 Jan ’85 $6
#334 $0.75 Mar ’85 $6
#335 $0.75 May ’85 $6
#336 $0.75 Jul ’85 Michael Jackson parody $12
#337 $0.75 Sep ’85 $6
#338 $0.75 Nov ’85 $6
#339 $0.75 Jan ’86 $6
#340 $0.75 Mar ’86 $6
#341 $0.75 May ’86 $6
#342 $0.95 Jul ’86 $6
#343 $0.95 Sep ’86 $6
#344 $0.95 Nov ’86 $6
#345 $0.95 Jan ’87 $6
#346 $0.95 Mar ’87 $6
#347 $0.95 May ’87 $6
#348 $0.95 Jun ’87 $6
#349 $0.95 Jul ’87 $6
#350 $0.95 Aug ’87 $6
#351 $0.95 Sep ’87 $5
#352 $0.95 Oct ’87 $5
#353 $0.95 Nov ’87 $5
#354 $0.95 Jan ’88 $5
#355 $0.95 Mar ’88 $5
#356 $0.95 May ’88 $5
#357 $0.95 Jun ’88 $5
#358 $0.95 Jul ’88 $5
#359 $0.95 Aug ’88 $5
#360 $0.95 Sep ’88 Newsstand AND Direct Variant CPV exist $5
#361 $0.95 Oct ’88 $5
#362 $0.95 Nov ’88 $5
#363 $0.95 Jan ’89 $5
#364 $0.95 Feb ’89 $5
#365 $0.95 Mar ’89 $5
#366 $0.95 Apr ’89 $5
#367 $0.95 May ’89 $5
#368 $1.15 Jul ’89 $5
#369 $1.15 Aug ’89 $5
#370 $1.15 Sep ’89 $5
#371 $1.15 Oct ’89 $5
#372 $1.15 Nov ’89 $5
#373 $1.20 Jan ’90 $5
#374 $1.20 Feb ’90 $5
#375 $1.20 Mar ’90 $5
#376 $1.20 Apr ’90 $5
#377 $1.20 May ’90 $5
#378 $1.20 Jun ’90 $5
#379 $1.20 Aug ’90 $5
#380 $1.20 Sep ’90 $5
#381 $1.20 Oct ’90 $5
#382 $1.20 Nov ’90 $5
#383 $1.20 Dec ’90 $5
#384 $1.20 Feb ’91 $5
#385 $1.20 Mar ’91 $5
#386 $1.20 Apr ’91 $5
#387 $1.20 May ’91 $5
#388 $1.20 Jun ’91 $5
#389 $1.20 Jul ’91 $5
#390 $1.20 Aug ’91 $5
#391 $1.20 Sep ’91 $5
#392 $1.20 Oct ’91 $5
#393 $1.20 Nov ’91 $5
#394 $1.20 Dec ’91 $5
#395 $1.20 Jan ’92 $5
#396 $1.20 Feb ’92 $5
#397 $1.20 Mar ’92 $5
#398 $1.20 Apr ’92 $5
#438 $1.65 Aug ’95 $3
#439 $1.65 Sep ’95 $3
#440 $1.65 Oct ’95 $3
#441 $1.65 Nov ’95 $3
#442 $1.65 Dec ’95 $3
#443 $1.65 Jan ’96 $3
#444 $1.65 Feb ’96 $3
#445 $1.65 Mar ’96 $3
#446 $1.65 Apr ’96 $3
#447 $1.65 May ’96 $3
#448 $1.65 Jun ’96 $3
#449 $1.65 Jul ’96 $3
#450 $1.65 Aug ’96 $3
#451 $1.65 Sep ’96 $3
#452 $1.65 Oct ’96 $3
#453 $1.65 Nov ’96 $3
#454 $1.65 Dec ’96 $3
#455 $1.65 Jan ’97 $3
#456 $1.65 Feb ’97 $3
#457 $1.65 Mar ’97 $3
#458 $1.65 Apr ’97 $3
#459 $1.65 May ’97 $3
Archie 3000
May ’89 – Jul ’91
16 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $0.95 May ’89 $4
#2 $1.15 Jul ’89 $3
#3 $1.15 Aug ’89 $3
#4 $1.15 Oct ’89 $3
#5 $1.15 Nov ’89 $3
#6 $1.20 Jan ’90 $3
#7 $1.20 Mar ’90 $3
#8 $1.20 May ’90 $3
#9 $1.20 Jul ’90 $3
#10 $1.20 Aug ’90 $3
#11 $1.20 Sep ’90 $3
#12 $1.20 Oct ’90 $3
#13 $1.20 Dec ’90 $3
#14 $1.20 Feb ’91 $3
#15 $1.20 May ’91 $3
#16 $1.20 Jul ’91 $4
Archie and Friends
Aug ’95 – Apr ’97
8 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#15 $1.65 Aug ’95 $6
#16 $1.65 Nov ’95 $3
#17 $1.65 Feb ’96 $4
#18 $1.65 May ’96 $4
#19 $1.65 Aug ’96 $5
#20 $1.65 Nov ’96 $4
#21 $1.65 Feb ’97 $3
#22 $1.65 Apr ’97 $3
Archie and Me
Oct ’82 – Feb ’87
26 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#136 $0.75 Oct ’82 $6
#137 $0.75 Dec ’82 $6
#138 $0.75 Feb ’83 $6
#139 $0.75 May ’83 $6
#140 $0.75 Aug ’83 $6
#141 $0.75 Oct ’83 $6
#142 $0.75 Dec ’83 $6
#143 $0.75 Feb ’84 $6
#144 $0.75 Apr ’84 $6
#145 $0.75 Jun ’84 $6
#146 $0.75 Aug ’84 $6
#147 $0.75 Oct ’84 $6
#148 $0.75 Dec ’84 $6
#149 $0.75 Feb ’85 $6
#150 $0.75 Apr ’85 $6
#151 $0.75 Jun ’85 $6
#152 $0.75 Aug ’85 $6
#153 $0.75 Oct ’85 $6
#154 $0.75 Dec ’85 $6
#155 $0.75 Feb ’86 $6
#156 $0.75 Apr ’86 $6
#157 $0.95 Jun ’86 $6
#158 $0.95 Aug ’86 $6
#159 $0.95 Oct ’86 $6
#160 $0.95 Dec ’86 $8
#161 $0.95 Feb ’87 $8
Archie at Riverdale High
Oct ’82 – Feb ’87
26 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#88 $0.75 Oct ’82 $6
#89 $0.75 Dec ’82 Early Cheryl Blossom appearance $26
#90 $0.75 Feb ’83 Early Cheryl Blossom appearance $26
#91 $0.75 May ’83 $6
#92 $0.75 Aug ’83 Cheryl Blossom appearance $20
#93 $0.75 Oct ’83 $6
#94 $0.75 Dec ’83 $6
#95 $0.75 Feb ’84 $6
#96 $0.75 Apr ’84 Cheryl Blossom appearance $20
#97 $0.75 Jun ’84 Cheryl Blossom appearance $20
#98 $0.75 Aug ’84 $6
#99 $0.75 Oct ’84 Cheryl Blossom appearance $20
#100 $0.75 Dec ’84 $8
#101 $0.75 Feb ’85 $6
#102 $0.75 Apr ’85 $6
#103 $0.75 Jun ’85 Archie dates Cheryl Blossom $20
#104 $0.75 Aug ’85 $6
#105 $0.75 Oct ’85 $6
#106 $0.75 Dec ’85 $6
#107 $0.75 Feb ’86 $6
#108 $0.75 Apr ’86 $6
#109 $0.95 Jun ’86 $6
#110 $0.95 Aug ’86 Godzilla story $8
#111 $0.95 Oct ’86 $6
#112 $0.95 Dec ’86 $6
#113 $0.95 Feb ’87 $8
Archie Giant Series Magazine
Sep ’82 – Feb ’92
111 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#520 $0.75 Sep ’82 $9
#521 $0.75 Sep ’82 $9
#522 $0.75 Oct ’82 $9
#523 $0.75 Oct ’82 $9
#524 $0.75 Jan ’83 $9
#525 $0.75 Jan ’83 $9
#526 $0.75 May ’83 $9
#527 $0.75 Aug ’83 $9
#528 $0.75 Aug ’83 Josie and the Pussycats appearance $18
#529 $0.75 Aug ’83 $9
#530 $0.75 Sep ’83 $9
#531 $0.75 Sep ’83 $9
#532 $0.75 Oct ’83 $9
#533 $0.75 Oct ’83 Sabrina appearance $18
#534 $0.75 Jan ’84 $9
#535 $0.75 Jan ’84 $9
#536 $0.75 Jan ’84 $9
#537 $0.75 Jun ’84 $9
#538 $0.75 Aug ’84 $9
#539 $0.75 Aug ’84 $9
#540 $0.75 Aug ’84 Josie and the Pussycats appearance $18
#541 $0.75 Sep ’84 $9
#542 $0.75 Sep ’84 $9
#543 $0.75 Oct ’84 $9
#544 $0.75 Oct ’84 Sabrina appearance $18
#545 $0.75 Jan ’85 $9
#546 $0.75 Jan ’85 $9
#547 $0.75 Jan ’85 $9
#548 $0.75 Jun ’85 $9
#549 $0.75 Jun ’85 $9
#550 $0.75 Aug ’85 $9
#551 $0.75 Aug ’85 Josie and the Pussycats appearance $12
#552 $0.75 Sep ’85 $6
#553 $0.75 Sep ’85 $6
#554 $0.75 Oct ’85 $6
#555 $0.75 Oct ’85 $6
#556 $0.75 Jan ’86 $6
#557 $0.75 Jan ’86 $6
#558 $0.75 Jan ’86 $6
#559 $0.95 Jun ’86 $6
#560 $0.95 Aug ’86 $6
#561 $0.95 Aug ’86 $6
#562 $0.95 Aug ’86 Josie and the Pussycats appearance $12
#563 $0.95 Sep ’86 $6
#564 $0.95 Sep ’86 $6
#565 $0.95 Oct ’86 $6
#566 $0.95 Jan ’87 $6
#567 $0.95 Jan ’87 $6
#568 $0.95 Jan ’87 $6
#569 $0.95 Jul ’87 $6
#570 $0.95 Sep ’87 $6
#571 $0.95 Sep ’87 Josie and the Pussycats appearance $12
#572 $0.95 Sep ’87 $6
#573 $0.95 Oct ’87 $6
#574 $0.95 Oct ’87 $6
#575 $0.95 Oct ’87 $6
#576 $0.95 Oct ’87 $6
#577 $0.95 Oct ’87 $6
#578 $0.95 Nov ’87 $6
#579 $0.95 Jan ’88 $6
#580 $0.95 Jan ’88 $6
#581 $0.95 Jan ’88 $6
#582 $0.95 Jul ’88 $6
#583 $0.95 Sep ’88 $6
#584 $0.95 Sep ’88 Josie and the Pussycats appearance $12
#585 $0.95 Sep ’88 $6
#586 $0.95 Oct ’88 Newsstand AND Direct Variant CPV exist $6
#587 $0.95 Oct ’88 1st appearance of Explorers of the Unknown; Newsstand AND Direct Variant CPV exist $6
#588 $0.95 Oct ’88 $6
#589 $0.95 Oct ’88 $6
#590 $0.95 Oct ’88 Jughead “Back From The Future!” story $6
#591 $0.95 Nov ’88 $6
#592 $0.95 Jan ’89 $6
#593 $0.95 Jan ’89 $6
#594 $0.95 Jan ’89 $6
#595 $1.15 Aug ’89 $6
#596 $1.15 Sep ’89 $6
#597 $1.15 Sep ’89 Josie and the Pussycats appearance $12
#598 $1.15 Sep ’89 $6
#599 $1.15 Oct ’89 $6
#600 $1.15 Oct ’89 $6
#601 $1.15 Oct ’89 $4
#602 $1.15 Oct ’89 $4
#603 $1.15 Nov ’89 $5
#604 $1.15 Nov ’89 $4
#605 $1.20 Jan ’90 $4
#606 $1.20 Jan ’90 $4
#607 $1.20 Jan ’90 $4
#608 $1.20 Aug ’90 $4
#609 $1.20 Sep ’90 $4
#610 $1.20 Sep ’90 Josie and the Pussycats appearance $7
#611 $1.20 Sep ’90 $4
#612 $1.20 Oct ’90 $4
#613 $1.20 Oct ’90 $4
#614 $1.20 Oct ’90 $4
#615 $1.20 Nov ’90 $4
#616 $1.20 Nov ’90 $4
#617 $1.20 Jan ’91 $4
#618 $1.20 Jan ’91 $4
#619 $1.20 Jan ’91 $4
#620 $1.20 Aug ’91 Edmonton Mall $4
#621 $1.20 Sep ’91 $4
#622 $1.20 Oct ’91 $4
#623 $1.20 Oct ’91 $4
#624 $1.20 Oct ’91 $4
#625 $1.20 Nov ’91 $4
#626 $1.20 Nov ’91 $4
#627 $1.20 Jan ’92 $4
#628 $1.20 Jan ’92 $4
#629 $1.20 Jan ’92 $4
#630 $1.20 Feb ’92 $4
Archie Meets the Punisher
Aug ’94
1 issue
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $3.75 Aug ’94 $8
Archie’s Christmas Stocking
1993 – 1996
4 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 1993 $5
#2 $2.50 1994 $4
#3 $2.50 1995 $4
#4 $2.50 1996 $4
Archie’s Girls Betty and Veronica
Oct ’82 – Apr ’87
28 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#320 $0.75 Oct ’82 1st Appearance Of Cheryl Blossom $415
#321 $0.75 Dec ’82 Cheryl Blossom appearance $100
#322 $0.75 Feb ’83 Cheryl meets Archie for the first time $125
#323 $0.75 Apr ’83 $6
#324 $0.75 Jun ’83 Cricket O’Dell appearance $15
#325 $0.75 Aug ’83 Cricket O’Dell appearance $15
#326 $0.75 Oct ’83 $6
#327 $0.75 Dec ’83 Cheryl Blossom appearance $42
#328 $0.75 Feb ’84 Cheryl Blossom appearance $42
#329 $0.75 Apr ’84 $6
#330 $0.75 Jun ’84 $6
#331 $0.75 Aug ’84 $6
#332 $0.75 Oct ’84 Superhero costume party $18
#333 $0.75 Dec ’84 $6
#334 $0.75 Feb ’85 $6
#335 $0.75 Apr ’85 $6
#336 $0.75 Jun ’85 $6
#337 $0.75 Aug ’85 $6
#338 $0.75 Oct ’85 $6
#339 $0.75 Dec ’85 Betty dresses as Madonna $18
#340 $0.75 Feb ’86 Lower print run $10
#341 $0.75 Apr ’86 Lower print run $10
#342 $0.75 Jun ’86 Lower print run $10
#343 $0.95 Aug ’86 Lower print run $10
#344 $0.95 Oct ’86 Lower print run $10
#345 $0.95 Dec ’86 Lower print run $10
#346 $0.95 Feb ’87 Lower print run $10
#347 $0.95 Apr ’87 Lower print run $12
Archie’s Joke Book Magazine
Sep ’82 – Nov ’82
2 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#287 $0.75 Sep ’82 $6
#288 $0.75 Nov ’82 $7
Archie’s Love Showdown Special
1994
1 issue
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 1994 $4
Archie’s Pal Jughead Comics
Aug ’95 – May ’97
22 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#71 $1.65 Aug ’95 $3
#72 $1.65 Sep ’95 $3
#73 $1.65 Oct ’95 $3
#74 $1.65 Nov ’95 $3
#75 $1.65 Dec ’95 $3
#76 $1.65 Jan ’96 $3
#77 $1.65 Feb ’96 $3
#78 $1.65 Mar ’96 $3
#79 $1.65 Apr ’96 $3
#80 $1.65 May ’96 $3
#81 $1.65 Jun ’96 $3
#82 $1.65 Jul ’96 $3
#83 $1.65 Aug ’96 $3
#84 $1.65 Sep ’96 $3
#85 $1.65 Oct ’96 $3
#86 $1.65 Nov ’96 $3
#87 $1.65 Dec ’96 $3
#88 $1.65 Jan ’97 $3
#89 $1.65 Feb ’97 $3
#90 $1.65 Mar ’97 $3
#91 $1.65 Apr ’97 $3
#92 $1.65 May ’97 $3
Archie’s Pals ‘n Gals
Sep ’82 – Sep ’91
65 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#160 $0.75 Sep ’82 $6
#161 $0.75 Nov ’82 3rd Appearance of Cheryl Blossom $85
#162 $0.75 Jan ’83 $6
#163 $0.75 May ’83 $6
#164 $0.75 Jul ’83 $6
#165 $0.75 Sep ’83 $6
#166 $0.75 Nov ’83 $6
#167 $0.75 Jan ’84 $6
#168 $0.75 Mar ’84 $6
#169 $0.75 May ’84 $6
#170 $0.75 Jul ’84 $6
#171 $0.75 Sep ’84 $5
#172 $0.75 Nov ’84 $5
#173 $0.75 Jan ’85 $5
#174 $0.75 Mar ’85 New Archies Band $6
#175 $0.75 May ’85 $5
#176 $0.75 Jul ’85 Cyndi Lauper cover $6
#177 $0.75 Sep ’85 $5
#178 $0.75 Nov ’85 $5
#179 $0.75 Jan ’86 $5
#180 $0.75 Mar ’86 $5
#181 $0.75 May ’86 $5
#182 $0.95 Jul ’86 $5
#183 $0.95 Sep ’86 $5
#184 $0.95 Nov ’86 $5
#185 $0.95 Jan ’87 $5
#186 $0.95 Mar ’87 $5
#187 $0.95 May ’87 $5
#188 $0.95 Jun ’87 $5
#189 $0.95 Jul ’87 $5
#190 $0.95 Aug ’87 $5
#191 $0.95 Sep ’87 $5
#192 $0.95 Oct ’87 $5
#193 $0.95 Nov ’87 $5
#194 $0.95 Jan ’88 $5
#195 $0.95 Mar ’88 $5
#196 $0.95 May ’88 $5
#197 $0.95 Jun ’88 $5
#198 $0.95 Jul ’88 Archie on strike $6
#199 $0.95 Aug ’88 $5
#200 $0.95 Sep ’88 $6
#201 $0.95 Oct ’88 $4
#202 $0.95 Nov ’88 $6
#203 $0.95 Jan ’89 $4
#204 $0.95 Mar ’89 $4
#205 $0.95 Apr ’89 $4
#206 $1.15 Jun ’89 $4
#207 $1.15 Jul ’89 $4
#208 $1.15 Aug ’89 $4
#209 $1.15 Sep ’89 $4
#210 $1.15 Oct ’89 $4
#211 $1.15 Nov ’89 $4
#212 $1.20 Jan ’90 $4
#213 $1.20 Mar ’90 $4
#214 $1.20 Apr ’90 $4
#215 $1.20 Jun ’90 $4
#216 $1.20 Jul ’90 $4
#217 $1.20 Aug ’90 $4
#218 $1.20 Sep ’90 $4
#219 $1.20 Nov ’90 $4
#220 $1.20 Jan ’91 $4
#221 $1.20 Mar ’91 $4
#222 $1.20 May ’91 $4
#223 $1.20 Jul ’91 $4
#224 $1.20 Sep ’91 $6
Archie’s R C Racers
Sep ’89 – Mar ’91
10 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.15 Sep ’89 $6
#2 $1.15 Nov ’89 $4
#3 $1.20 Jan ’90 $3
#4 $1.20 Mar ’90 $3
#5 $1.20 May ’90 Elvis parody $4
#6 $1.20 Jul ’90 $4
#7 $1.20 Sep ’90 $4
#8 $1.20 Nov ’90 $3
#9 $1.20 Jan ’91 $3
#10 $1.20 Mar ’91 $4
Archie’s Spring Break
1996
1 issue
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 1996 $4
Archie’s Super Teens
1994 – 1996
4 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 1994 $5
#2 $2.50 1995 $4
#3 $2.50 1995 $4
#4 $2.50 1996 $4
Archie’s TV Laugh-Out
Feb ’83 – Feb ’86
19 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#87 $0.75 Feb ’83 $8
#88 $0.75 Apr ’83 $8
#89 $0.75 Jun ’83 $8
#90 $0.75 Aug ’83 $8
#91 $0.75 Oct ’83 Early Cheryl Blossom story $40
#92 $0.75 Dec ’83 A-Team parody $10
#93 $0.75 Feb ’84 Parody appearances of Batman, Spider-Man, Wonder Woman $15
#94 $0.75 Apr ’84 $8
#95 $0.75 Jun ’84 $8
#96 $0.75 Aug ’84 MASH parody $10
#97 $0.75 Oct ’84 $8
#98 $0.75 Dec ’84 $8
#99 $0.75 Feb ’85 $8
#100 $0.75 Apr ’85 Michael Jackson parody $18
#101 $0.75 Jun ’85 Lower print run $9
#102 $0.75 Aug ’85 Lower print run $9
#103 $0.75 Oct ’85 Lower print run $9
#104 $0.75 Dec ’85 Lower print run $9
#105 $0.75 Feb ’86 Hulk Hogan parody $15
Archie’s Vacation Special
Summer 1994 – 1996
4 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 Summer 1994 $5
#2 $2.50 Winter 1995 $4
#3 $2.50 Summer 1995 $4
#4 $2.50 1996 $4
Betty
Aug ’95 – May ’97
22 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#28 $1.65 Aug ’95 $3
#29 $1.65 Sep ’95 $3
#30 $1.65 Oct ’95 $3
#31 $1.65 Nov ’95 $3
#32 $1.65 Dec ’95 $3
#33 $1.65 Jan ’96 $3
#34 $1.65 Feb ’96 $3
#35 $1.65 Mar ’96 $3
#36 $1.65 Apr ’96 $3
#37 $1.65 May ’96 $3
#38 $1.65 Jun ’96 $3
#39 $1.65 Jul ’96 $3
#40 $1.65 Aug ’96 $3
#41 $1.65 Sep ’96 $3
#42 $1.65 Oct ’96 $3
#43 $1.65 Nov ’96 $3
#44 $1.65 Dec ’96 $3
#45 $1.65 Jan ’97 $3
#46 $1.65 Feb ’97 $3
#47 $1.65 Mar ’97 $3
#48 $1.65 Apr ’97 $3
#49 $1.65 May ’97 $3
Betty and Me
Sep ’82 – Mar ’92
68 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#130 $0.75 Sep ’82 $7
#131 $0.75 Nov ’82 $5
#132 $0.75 Jan ’83 $5
#133 $0.75 Apr ’83 $5
#134 $0.75 Jul ’83 $5
#135 $0.75 Sep ’83 $5
#136 $0.75 Nov ’83 $5
#137 $0.75 Jan ’84 $5
#138 $0.75 Mar ’84 $5
#139 $0.75 May ’84 $6
#140 $0.75 Jul ’84 $5
#141 $0.75 Sep ’84 $6
#142 $0.75 Nov ’84 $5
#143 $0.75 Jan ’85 $5
#144 $0.75 Mar ’85 $5
#145 $0.75 May ’85 $5
#146 $0.75 Jul ’85 $5
#147 $0.75 Sep ’85 $5
#148 $0.75 Nov ’85 $6
#149 $0.75 Jan ’86 $5
#150 $0.75 Mar ’86 $5
#151 $0.75 May ’86 $5
#152 $0.95 Jul ’86 $5
#153 $0.95 Sep ’86 $5
#154 $0.95 Nov ’86 $5
#155 $0.95 Jan ’87 $6
#156 $0.95 Mar ’87 $5
#157 $0.95 May ’87 $5
#158 $0.95 Jun ’87 $5
#159 $0.95 Jul ’87 $6
#160 $0.95 Aug ’87 $6
#161 $0.95 Sep ’87 $4
#162 $0.95 Oct ’87 $4
#163 $0.95 Dec ’87 $4
#164 $0.95 Jan ’88 $4
#165 $0.95 Mar ’88 $4
#166 $0.95 May ’88 $4
#167 $0.95 Jun ’88 $4
#168 $0.95 Jul ’88 $4
#169 $0.95 Aug ’88 $4
#170 $0.95 Sep ’88 $6
#171 $0.95 Oct ’88 $4
#172 $0.95 Jan ’89 $4
#173 $0.95 Mar ’89 $4
#174 $0.95 May ’89 $4
#175 $1.15 Jun ’89 $4
#176 $1.15 Jul ’89 $4
#177 $1.15 Aug ’89 $4
#178 $1.15 Sep ’89 $4
#179 $1.15 Oct ’89 $4
#180 $1.20 Jan ’90 $4
#181 $1.20 Mar ’90 $4
#182 $1.20 May ’90 $4
#183 $1.20 Jun ’90 $4
#184 $1.20 Jul ’90 $4
#185 $1.20 Aug ’90 $4
#186 $1.20 Sep ’90 $4
#187 $1.20 Oct ’90 $4
#188 $1.20 Jan ’91 $4
#189 $1.20 Mar ’91 $4
#190 $1.20 May ’91 $4
#191 $1.20 Jul ’91 $4
#192 $1.20 Aug ’91 $4
#193 $1.20 Sep ’91 $4
#194 $1.20 Oct ’91 $4
#195 $1.20 Nov ’91 $4
#196 $1.20 Jan ’92 $4
#197 $1.20 Mar ’92 $4
Betty and Veronica
Jun ’87 – May ’97
72 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $0.95 Jun ’87 $10
#2 $0.95 Jul ’87 $6
#3 $0.95 Aug ’87 $6
#4 $0.95 Sep ’87 $6
#5 $0.95 Oct ’87 $6
#6 $0.95 Nov ’87 $6
#7 $0.95 Dec ’87 $6
#8 $0.95 Feb ’88 $6
#9 $0.95 Apr ’88 $6
#10 $0.95 Jun ’88 $6
#11 $0.95 Jul ’88 $4
#12 $0.95 Aug ’88 $4
#13 $0.95 Sep ’88 $4
#14 $0.95 Oct ’88 $4
#15 $0.95 Nov ’88 $4
#16 $0.95 Dec ’88 $4
#17 $0.95 Feb ’89 $4
#18 $0.95 Mar ’89 $4
#19 $0.95 Apr ’89 $4
#20 $0.95 May ’89 $4
#21 $1.15 Jul ’89 $4
#22 $1.15 Aug ’89 $4
#23 $1.15 Sep ’89 $4
#24 $1.15 Oct ’89 $4
#25 $1.15 Nov ’89 $4
#26 $1.20 Jan ’90 $4
#27 $1.20 Feb ’90 $4
#28 $1.20 Mar ’90 $4
#29 $1.20 Apr ’90 $4
#30 $1.20 May ’90 $4
#31 $1.20 Jun ’90 $3
#32 $1.20 Aug ’90 $3
#33 $1.20 Sep ’90 $3
#34 $1.20 Oct ’90 $3
#35 $1.20 Nov ’90 $3
#36 $1.20 Dec ’90 $3
#37 $1.20 Feb ’91 $3
#38 $1.20 Mar ’91 $3
#39 $1.20 May ’91 $3
#40 $1.20 Jun ’91 $3
#41 $1.20 Jul ’91 $3
#42 $1.20 Aug ’91 $3
#43 $1.20 Sep ’91 $3
#44 $1.20 Oct ’91 $3
#45 $1.20 Nov ’91 $3
#46 $1.20 Dec ’91 $3
#47 $1.20 Jan ’92 $3
#48 $1.20 Feb ’92 $3
#49 $1.20 Mar ’92 $3
#50 $1.20 Apr ’92 $3
#90 $1.65 Aug ’95 $3
#91 $1.65 Sep ’95 $3
#92 $1.65 Oct ’95 $3
#93 $1.65 Nov ’95 $3
#94 $1.65 Dec ’95 $3
#95 $1.65 Jan ’96 $3
#96 $1.65 Feb ’96 $3
#97 $1.65 Mar ’96 $3
#98 $1.65 Apr ’96 $3
#99 $1.65 May ’96 $3
#100 $1.65 Jun ’96 $3
#101 $1.65 Jul ’96 $3
#102 $1.65 Aug ’96 $3
#103 $1.65 Sep ’96 $3
#104 $1.65 Oct ’96 $3
#105 $1.65 Nov ’96 $3
#106 $1.65 Dec ’96 $3
#107 $1.65 Jan ’97 $3
#108 $1.65 Feb ’97 $3
#109 $1.65 Mar ’97 $3
#110 $1.65 Apr ’97 $3
#111 $1.65 May ’97 $3
Betty and Veronica Spectacular
Oct ’95 – May ’97
8 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#16 $1.65 Oct ’95 $3
#17 $1.65 Jan ’96 $3
#18 $1.65 Apr ’96 $3
#19 $1.65 Jul ’96 $3
#20 $1.65 Oct ’96 $3
#21 $1.65 Dec ’96 $3
#22 $1.65 Mar ’97 $3
#23 $1.65 May ’97 $3
Betty and Veronica Summer Fun
1994 – 1997
4 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 1994 $4
#2 $2.50 1995 $3
#3 $2.50 1996 $3
#4 $2.50 1997 $3
Betty’s Diary
Apr ’86 – Apr ’91
40 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $0.75 Apr ’86 $7
#2 $0.95 Jun ’86 $4
#3 $0.95 Aug ’86 $4
#4 $0.95 Oct ’86 $4
#5 $0.95 Dec ’86 $4
#6 $0.95 Feb ’87 $4
#7 $0.95 Apr ’87 $4
#8 $0.95 Jun ’87 $4
#9 $0.95 Jul ’87 $4
#10 $0.95 Aug ’87 $4
#11 $0.95 Sep ’87 $3
#12 $0.95 Oct ’87 $3
#13 $0.95 Nov ’87 $3
#14 $0.95 Dec ’87 $3
#15 $0.95 Feb ’88 $3
#16 $0.95 Apr ’88 $3
#17 $0.95 Jun ’88 $3
#18 $0.95 Jul ’88 $3
#19 $0.95 Aug ’88 $3
#20 $0.95 Sep ’88 $3
#21 $0.95 Oct ’88 $3
#22 $0.95 Dec ’88 $3
#23 $0.95 Feb ’89 $3
#24 $0.95 Apr ’89 $3
#25 $1.15 Jun ’89 $3
#26 $1.15 Jul ’89 $3
#27 $1.15 Aug ’89 $3
#28 $1.15 Sep ’89 $3
#29 $1.15 Oct ’89 $3
#30 $1.15 Dec ’89 $3
#31 $1.20 Feb ’90 $3
#32 $1.20 Apr ’90 $3
#33 $1.20 Jun ’90 $3
#34 $1.20 Jul ’90 $3
#35 $1.20 Aug ’90 $3
#36 Sep ’90 Unconfirmed if price is $1.20 OR $1.25. Test marketing issue. $3
#37 $1.20 Oct ’90 $3
#38 $1.20 Dec ’90 $3
#39 $1.20 Feb ’91 $3
#40 $1.20 Apr ’91 $3
Blue Ribbon Comics
Feb ’84 – Dec ’84
10 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#5 $1.00 Feb ’84 $6
#6 $1.00 Mar ’84 $6
#7 $1.00 Apr ’84 $6
#8 $1.00 May ’84 Neal Adams art $7
#9 $1.00 Jun ’84 $6
#10 $1.00 Jul ’84 $6
#11 $1.00 Aug ’84 $6
#12 $1.00 Sep ’84 Ditko art $8
#13 $1.00 Oct ’84 $6
#14 $1.00 Dec ’84 $6
Carneys
Summer 1994
1 issue
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 Summer 1994 $4
Cartoon Network Christmas Spectacular
Dec ’96
1 issue
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 Dec ’96
Cartoon Network Presents Space Ghost
Mar ’97
1 issue
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.65 Mar ’97 $6
Cheryl Blossom
Sep ’95 – Nov ’95
3 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.65 Sep ’95 $18
#2 $1.65 Oct ’95 $9
#3 $1.65 Nov ’95 $9
Cheryl Blossom 2nd Series
Jul ’96 – Sep ’96
3 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.65 Jul ’96 $7
#2 $1.65 Aug ’96 $7
#3 $1.65 Sep ’96 $7
Cheryl Blossom 3rd Series
Apr ’97 – May ’97
2 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.65 Apr ’97 $12
#2 $1.65 May ’97 $6
Cheryl Blossom Goes Hollywood
Dec ’96 – Feb ’97
3 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.65 Dec ’96 $7
#2 $1.65 Jan ’97 $7
#3 $1.65 Feb ’97 $7
Cheryl Blossom Special
1995 – 1996
4 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 1995 $9
#2 $2.50 1995 $9
#3 $2.50 1996 $9
#4 $2.50 1996 $9
Conservation Corps
Aug ’93 – Nov ’93
3 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.50 Aug ’93
#2 $1.50 Sep ’93
#3 $1.50 Nov ’93
Dilton’s Strange Science
May ’89 – May ’90
5 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $0.95 May ’89 $3
#2 $1.15 Aug ’89 $3
#3 $1.15 Nov ’89 $3
#4 $1.20 Feb ’90 $3
#5 $1.20 May ’90 $3
Everything’s Archie
Oct ’82 – Sep ’91
55 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#103 $0.75 Oct ’82 $5
#104 $0.75 Dec ’82 Cheryl Blossom appearance $7
#105 $0.75 Mar ’83 $5
#106 $0.75 Jun ’83 $5
#107 $0.75 Sep ’83 Cheryl Blossom appearance $7
#108 $0.75 Nov ’83 $5
#109 $0.75 Jan ’84 $5
#110 $0.75 Mar ’84 $5
#111 $0.75 May ’84 $5
#112 $0.75 Jul ’84 $5
#113 $0.75 Sep ’84 $5
#114 $0.75 Nov ’84 $5
#115 $0.75 Jan ’85 $5
#116 $0.75 Mar ’85 $5
#117 $0.75 May ’85 $5
#118 $0.75 Jul ’85 $5
#119 $0.75 Sep ’85 $5
#120 $0.75 Nov ’85 $5
#121 $0.75 Jan ’86 $4
#122 $0.75 Mar ’86 $4
#123 $0.75 May ’86 $4
#124 $0.95 Jul ’86 $4
#125 $0.95 Sep ’86 $4
#126 $0.95 Nov ’86 $4
#127 $0.95 Jan ’87 $4
#128 $0.95 Mar ’87 $4
#129 $0.95 May ’87 $4
#130 $0.95 Jul ’87 $4
#131 $0.95 Sep ’87 $4
#132 $0.95 Nov ’87 $4
#133 $0.95 Jan ’88 $4
#134 $0.95 Mar ’88 $4
#135 $0.95 May ’88 $4
#136 $0.95 Jul ’88 $4
#137 $0.95 Aug ’88 $4
#138 $0.95 Oct ’88 $4
#139 $0.95 Nov ’88 $4
#140 $0.95 Jan ’89 $4
#141 $0.95 Mar ’89 $4
#142 $0.95 May ’89 $4
#143 $1.15 Jul ’89 $4
#144 $1.15 Aug ’89 $4
#145 $1.15 Oct ’89 $4
#146 $1.15 Nov ’89 $4
#147 $1.20 Jan ’90 $4
#148 $1.20 Mar ’90 $4
#149 $1.20 May ’90 $4
#150 $1.20 Jul ’90 $4
#151 $1.20 Aug ’90 $4
#152 $1.20 Nov ’90 $4
#153 $1.20 Jan ’91 $4
#154 $1.20 Mar ’91 $4
#155 $1.20 May ’91 $4
#156 $1.20 Jul ’91 $4
#157 $1.20 Sep ’91 $4
Explorers of the Unknown
Jun ’90 – Apr ’91
6 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.20 Jun ’90 $3
#2 $1.20 Aug ’90 $3
#3 $1.20 Oct ’90 $3
#4 $1.20 Dec ’90 $3
#5 $1.20 Feb ’91 $3
#6 $1.20 Apr ’91 $3
Faculty Funnies
Jun ’89 – May ’90
5 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.15 Jun ’89 $3
#2 $1.15 Sep ’89 $3
#3 $1.15 Dec ’89 $3
#4 $1.20 Mar ’90 $3
#5 $1.20 May ’90 $3
Flintstones
Sep ’95 – May ’97
21 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.65 Sep ’95 $3
#2 $1.65 Oct ’95 $3
#3 $1.65 Nov ’95 $3
#4 $1.65 Dec ’95 $3
#5 $1.65 Jan ’95 $3
#6 $1.65 Feb ’96 $3
#7 $1.65 Mar ’96 $3
#8 $1.65 Apr ’96 $3
#9 $1.65 May ’96 $3
#10 $1.65 Jun ’96 $3
#11 $1.65 Jul ’96 $3
#12 $1.65 Aug ’96 $3
#13 $1.65 Sep ’96 $3
#14 $1.65 Oct ’96 $3
#15 $1.65 Nov ’96 $3
#16 $1.65 Dec ’96 $3
#17 $1.65 Jan ’97 $3
#18 $1.65 Feb ’97 $3
#19 $1.65 Mar ’97 $3
#20 $1.65 Apr ’97 $3
#21 $1.65 May ’97 $3
Fly
Feb ’84 – Oct ’84
5 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#5 $1.00 Feb ’84 Ditko art $5
#6 $1.00 Apr ’84 Ditko art $6
#7 $1.00 Jun ’84 Ditko art $6
#8 $1.00 Aug ’84 Ditko art $6
#9 $1.00 Oct ’84 Ditko art $6
Hanna-Barbera All-Stars
Oct ’95 – Apr ’96
4 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.65 Oct ’95 $4
#2 $1.65 Dec ’95 $4
#3 $1.65 Feb ’96 $4
#4 $1.65 Apr ’96 $4
Hanna-Barbera Presents
Nov ’95 – Oct ’96
8 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.65 Nov ’95 $4
#2 $1.65 Jan ’96 $4
#3 $1.65 Mar ’96 $4
#4 $1.65 May ’96 $4
#5 $1.65 Jul ’96 $4
#6 $1.65 Aug ’96 $4
#7 $1.65 Sep ’96 $4
#8 $1.65 Oct ’96 $4
Jetsons
Sep ’95 – Apr ’96
8 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.65 Sep ’95 $3
#2 $1.65 Oct ’95 $3
#3 $1.65 Nov ’95 $3
#4 $1.65 Dec ’95 $3
#5 $1.65 Jan ’96 $3
#6 $1.65 Feb ’96 $3
#7 $1.65 Mar ’96 $3
#8 $1.65 Apr ’96 $3
Josie and the Pussycats
Oct ’82
1 issue
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#106 $0.75 Oct ’82 $20
Josie and the Pussycats 2nd Series
Nov ’93 – Mar ’94
2 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 Nov ’93 $5
#2 $2.50 Mar ’94 $5
Jughead
Oct ’82 – Jun ’87
28 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#325 $0.75 Oct ’82 2nd Appearance Of Cheryl Blossom $150
#326 $0.75 Dec ’82 $4
#327 $0.75 Apr ’83 $4
#328 $0.75 Jun ’83 $4
#329 $0.75 Aug ’83 $4
#330 $0.75 Oct ’83 $4
#331 $0.75 Dec ’83 $4
#332 $0.75 Feb ’84 $4
#333 $0.75 Apr ’84 $4
#334 $0.75 Jun ’84 $4
#335 $0.75 Aug ’84 $4
#336 $0.75 Oct ’84 $4
#337 $0.75 Dec ’84 $4
#338 $0.75 Feb ’85 $4
#339 $0.75 Apr ’85 $4
#340 $0.75 Jun ’85 $4
#341 $0.75 Aug ’85 $4
#342 $0.75 Oct ’85 $4
#343 $0.75 Dec ’85 $4
#344 $0.75 Feb ’86 $4
#345 $0.75 Apr ’86 $4
#346 $0.95 Jun ’86 $4
#347 $0.95 Aug ’86 $4
#348 $0.95 Oct ’86 $4
#349 $0.95 Dec ’86 $4
#350 $0.95 Feb ’87 $4
#351 $0.95 Apr ’87 $4
#352 $0.95 Jun ’87 $4
Jughead 2nd Series
Aug ’87 – Apr ’92
32 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $0.95 Aug ’87 $7
#2 $0.95 Oct ’87 $4
#3 $0.95 Dec ’87 $4
#4 $0.95 Feb ’88 $4
#5 $0.95 Apr ’88 $4
#6 $0.95 Jun ’88 $4
#7 $0.95 Aug ’88 $4
#8 $0.95 Oct ’88 $4
#9 $0.95 Dec ’88 $4
#10 $0.95 Feb ’89 $4
#11 $0.95 Apr ’89 $3
#12 $1.15 Jun ’89 $3
#13 $1.15 Aug ’89 $3
#14 $1.15 Oct ’89 $3
#15 $1.15 Dec ’89 $3
#16 $1.20 Feb ’90 $3
#17 $1.20 Apr ’90 $3
#18 $1.20 Jun ’90 $3
#19 $1.20 Aug ’90 $3
#20 $1.20 Oct ’90 $3
#21 $1.20 Dec ’90 $3
#22 $1.20 Feb ’91 $3
#23 $1.20 Apr ’91 $3
#24 $1.20 Jun ’91 $3
#25 $1.20 Aug ’91 $3
#26 $1.20 Oct ’91 $3
#27 $1.20 Nov ’91 $3
#28 $1.20 Dec ’91 $3
#29 $1.20 Jan ’92 $3
#30 $1.20 Feb ’92 $3
#31 $1.20 Mar ’92 $3
#32 $1.20 Apr ’92 $3
Jughead’s Baby Tales
Spring 1994 – Winter 1994
2 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 Spring 1994 $4
#2 $2.50 Winter 1994 $4
Jughead’s Diner
Apr ’90 – Apr ’91
7 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.20 Apr ’90 $4
#2 $1.20 Jun ’90 $3
#3 $1.20 Aug ’90 $3
#4 $1.20 Oct ’90 $3
#5 $1.20 Dec ’90 $3
#6 $1.20 Feb ’91 $3
#7 $1.20 Apr ’91 $3
Jughead’s Jokes
Sep ’82
1 issue
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#78 $0.75 Sep ’82 $6
Jughead’s Pal Hot Dog
Jan ’90 – Oct ’90
5 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.20 Jan ’90 $4
#2 $1.20 Mar ’90 $3
#3 $1.20 May ’90 $3
#4 $1.20 Aug ’90 $3
#5 $1.20 Oct ’90 $3
Jughead’s Time Police
Jul ’90 – May ’91
6 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.20 Jul ’90 $4
#2 $1.20 Sep ’90 $3
#3 $1.20 Nov ’90 $3
#4 $1.20 Jan ’91 $3
#5 $1.20 Mar ’91 $3
#6 $1.20 May ’91 $3
Katy Keene Special
Feb ’84 – Jan ’90
32 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#2 $0.75 Feb ’84 $5
#3 $0.75 Apr ’84 $5
#4 $0.75 Jun ’84 $5
#5 $0.75 Aug ’84 $5
#6 $0.75 Oct ’84 $5
#7 $0.75 Dec ’84 $5
#8 $0.75 Apr ’85 $5
#9 $0.75 Jun ’85 $5
#10 $0.75 Aug ’85 $5
#11 $0.75 Oct ’85 $6
#12 $0.75 Dec ’85 Spider-Man Parody $6
#13 $0.75 Feb ’86 $6
#14 $0.75 Apr ’86 $6
#15 $0.95 Jun ’86 $6
#16 $0.95 Aug ’86 $6
#17 $0.95 Oct ’86 $6
#18 $0.95 Dec ’86 $6
#19 $0.95 Feb ’87 $6
#20 $0.95 Apr ’87 $6
#21 $0.95 Jun ’87 $6
#22 $0.95 Aug ’87 $6
#23 $0.95 Oct ’87 $6
#24 $0.95 Dec ’87 $6
#25 $0.95 Feb ’88 $6
#26 $0.95 Jun ’88 Low Print Run $9
#27 $0.95 Aug ’88 Low Print Run $9
#28 $0.95 Oct ’88 Low Print Run $9
#29 $0.95 Feb ’89 Low Print Run $9
#30 $0.95 May ’89 Low Print Run $9
#31 $1.15 Aug ’89 Low Print Run $9
#32 $1.15 Oct ’89 Low Print Run $9
#33 $1.20 Jan ’90 $12
Knuckles’ Chaotix
Jan ’96
1 issue
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $2.50 Jan ’96 $5
Knuckles: The Dark Legion
Apr ’97 – May ’97
2 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.65 Apr ’97
#2 $1.65 May ’97
Koosh Kins
Oct ’91 – Feb ’92
3 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value
#1 $1.20 Oct ’91 $4
#2 $1.20 Dec ’91 $4
#3 $1.20 Feb ’92 $4
Laugh
Jun ’87 – Aug ’91
29 issues
Issue CPV Cover Price Month / Year Notes Baseline (Non-Variant) NM- Issue Value