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Fair enough. I guess it's a bit of a shot in the dark. I figured there's always a chance that someone had come across the stories recently, or maybe someone will remember this question if the stories are reprinted in a future issue that I don't see.

You are correct. They are some of the first stories I remember reading. My family never got rid of Archie comics, so there are a few large bins of them in our basements. Somehow, it seems like an issue or two went missing. I've still got most of the stories that got me hooked on Archie comics, but those are the two that stand out that I'd love to track down someday.
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Thank you. These responses have been really helpful. I think I've been able to make sense of some complicated, confusing, and overlapping titles, and the books are on the way in the mail.
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I am looking for the complete storylines for Archie's wedding and married life. I've looked around and read descriptions, but I'm still a bit confused about this.

"The Archie Wedding: Archie in Will You Marry Me?" Is this a compilation of the full wedding storyline?

The "Archie Marries..." collection (ISBN 9780810996205). Is this separate from the wedding storyline, or is it another version of the book from above? Is it a compilation of the Married Life stories? If not, is there a compilation of the Married Life storylines, or would I have to buy seven separate books to get it all?

Is the Married Life 10th Anniversary new storylines or just new art? I'm assuming it's all new. Is there a compilation of these stories in one volume?

Thank you for any clarification.
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I'm looking for two stories:

1. Archie and Reggie annoy the girls with puns, such as handing a watch to the other one and saying that they're "just passing time." This is an elaborate plan to trick the girls into thinking that "playing the field" just refers to baseball, when the boys are actually out on dates with other girls.

2. Archie sneaks out of the house to buy some loose-leaf paper. The gang is confused about why it has to be done in secret, so Archie shows them that his parents pile on extra chores (pick up dry cleaning, buy razor blades, etc.) if Archie is heading downtown.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!