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The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Betty and Veronica Comics Double Digest #231


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Two new stories feature in this week’s Betty and Veronica Comics Double Digest #231, which Archie Comics have given us an exclusive preview of. As a bonus, we’ve also got their special animated short for “Riverdale Royalty.”

BETTY AND VERONICA COMICS DOUBLE DIGEST #231

The flowers are in bloom and spring is in full swing… speaking of swing, Riverdale High is hosting a Spring Swing Dance Contest and Veronica’s got her eyes on the prize! But first, she’ll need a partner who has her level of dancing skills. It’s an all-out dance off between Archie and Reggie to see who will swing their way into her heart and win the prize! Find out who wins in “Dance Fever!”

Script: Paul Kupperberg
Art: Fernando Ruiz
Cover: Pat and Tim Kennedy, Bob Smith, Rosario “Tito” Peña
On Sale Date: 2/25
160-page, full color comic
$4.99 U.S.

The issue has a lead story by Paul Kupperberg and Fernando Ruiz and an additional story by Fernando Ruiz focusing on Veronica. But the really cool thing is there’s a QR code in the book which points readers to this special short they produced.

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