Title: Archie Jumbo Comics Digest # 314
Publisher: Archie Comics
Writers: Bill Golliher, Craig Boldman, Frank Doyle, George Gladir, John Rose, Hal Smith, Mike Pellowski, Bob Bolling
Pencils: Jeff Shultz, Stan Goldberg, Harry Lucey, Schwartz, Pat Kennedy, Chic Stone, Dan DeCarlo, Bob Bolling, Samm Schwartz, Bill Golliher, Rex Lindsey
Inks: Jim Amash, Smith, Ken Selig, Rudy Lapick, Rich Koslowski, Jon D’Agostino, Samm Schwartz, Henry Scarpelli, Bob Bolling
Colors: Glenn Whitmore, Frank Gagliardo
Letters: Jack Morelli, Bill Yoshida, Samm Schwartz
Cover: Dan Parent
Price: $ 5.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Website: www.archiecomics.com
Comments: “The Problem with Pumpkin” Archie is having problems with Reggie’s teasing and taunting. Reggie though is having a great time and even eating his cake too. The art looks amazing showcasing the main characters just as you expect them to be.
“Just Plain Wrong” Sometimes things do work out just the way they should. Poor Veronica and good for Archie he deserves it.
“Root of all Evil” Money having it or not as with pride can be the source of all evil or at least a little trouble. Poor Archie what is a broke boy to do.
“The Writer” Would Archie make a good comic book writer? Maybe if he could actually see what is around him.
“Parade Rest!” Veronica’s friends work so hard for her and she gets to enjoy fully the fruits of their labors. Her friends well did put their all into helping her. They are true friends.
“How to Form a Habit” Archie can and does come up with some good ideas. His one idea here does catch on. People believe what he says and they act on it and eventually convince themselves what he wanted they now want. Yes, Archie is a genius.
“Dark Lark” A night without power turns out to be just the thing Archie wanted he just did not know it. A power blackout really uplifts Archie.
“Post Haste” Being in a rush can cause all kinds of problems when things keep popping up. Then finding there was no rush The classic style art is always gorgeous.
“The New Coach” Here we see a woman can do a job just as good or better than a man. Some women are tough as nails or even more so.
“A Bird in the Hand” A bird in the hand is worth a kind heart. Archie does have a big heart and could not hurt a flea or a turkey. The turkey certainly got to enjoy Thanks Giving.
“The Inspiration” Archie can be many things and yes even inspiring in the most unexpected of ways.
These stories are sure to delight and entertain you. They will make you smile.

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Title: Archie Jumbo Comics Digest # 314 Publisher: Archie Comics Writers: Bill Golliher, Craig Boldman, Frank Doyle, George Gladir, John Rose, Hal Smith, Mike Pellowski, Bob Bolling Pencils: Jeff Shultz, Stan Goldberg, Harry Lucey, Schwartz, Pat Kennedy, Chic Stone, Dan DeCarlo, Bob Bolling, Samm Schwartz, Bill Golliher, Rex Lindsey Inks: Jim Amash, Smith, Ken...