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THE MAN FROM R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E.

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Full Name: Archie Andrews
Series Name: The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E.
Nationality: American
Organization: R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E.
Occupation Agent

Creator: Frank Doyle
Time Span: 1966 - 2019

ABOUT THE SERIES

Archie Andrews is the Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E.

It is first very important to note that this version of Archie Andrews is an "alternate universe" version of the much loved redhead teenage boy who has been that age for decades, always in deep infatuation with Betty Cooper and Veronica Lodge, close friend to Forsythe P. 'Jughead' Jones, and rival to Reginald 'Reggie' Mantle. In this other incarnation, which started being told 25 years after the original Archie first introduced himself to the reading world, is still a teenager but is also an experienced, trained operative with a government intelligence agency. His pals in that 'main' universe are very much with him in this universe as well and just as active in the cloak and dagger world as Archie, though a couple are working for the 'other side'.

Andrews is, as stated, a teenage boy who is likely a sophomore or junior in high school, putting his age around 15 or 16. 

When we first meet operative Archie as the Man from R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E., he says that he is working to protect "our secret World Protective Association" and he and pal Jughead even wear lapel buttons indicating the WPA. The head of the organization is addressed as the Chief though he looks like the main universe's Principal Weatherbee. In this organization, Betty Cooper is apparently a file clerk (and rather dismissively treated, I want to add). The enemy is the evil C.R.U.S.H., an acronym for which we are never given a breakdown.

One thing to note here is that sometimes the people in question are called by their established names but often those names are treated as acronyms - such as Arch becoming A.R.C.H., Jughead turning into J.U.G., and Veronica becoming V.E.R.O.N.I.C.A. No explanation for the switching and no description of any meaning for these acronyms.

The next adventure we have of Archie is from two months later and this time he and Jughead are agents of P.O.P., the world defense force Protect Our Planet. They work out of a dry cleaner establishment still going up against C.R.U.S.H. Betty is also still with them though now she works in the mail room, still being dismissively treated. Working for the opposition are Reggie and the beautiful Veronica. Veronica at one point opines "diabolical cleverness is the key to success".

After another two months have passed, in the next mission we find P.O.P. has moved to a "Choklit Shoppe" run by Pop Tate (no relation). The new locale has a "fortified, impregnable, unapproachable booth headquarters", which naturally is already bugged by C.R.U.S.H. agents Veronica and Reggie. Strangely, in the same publication, the next adventure has Veronica and Reggie firmly on the side of P.O.P. working to crush, um, C.R.U.S.H. No explanation for their transition. Poor Betty looks at first like she has been elevated to agent status but then is dismissively told by Veronica to "stick to your filing".

Eventually Betty will not only get a decent appreciation by the others in the organization, she will actually be the hero in a few adventures of her own clearly showing her teammates how good an operative she can be as the Girl From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. Even Archie's best friend and sidekick, Jughead, will have a chance to shine on his own.

After a bit of a break [actually 40 years], Archie Andrews will return to the cloak and dagger action, this time considerably more urbane and confident - or so he would like to believe! He states in the start of this final (so far) new adventure that "some people think I'm a clumsy oaf. Others Call me a lazy, god-for-nothing girl-crazy teenager. While some of that may be true (I can't argue the girl-crazy part) ... I'm also the Super-Spy known as the Man from R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E." He is a tad optimistic as it is his cousin, the younger Andy Andrews who is the experience agent but at least Archie Andrews does get a key part in the mission.

Note that in the cover of the first part of this revision, Betty is shown to be even more of an kick-butt woman of action which Veronica is dressed in a slinky sheathe dress with a slit to upper thigh playing the role of femme fatale. Neither of these personas actually exist in the tale.

Note also the mystery, since Archie Andrews works first for WPA and then POP, of what the meaning of R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. is. As best as I can find, there is no explanation in the original run of adventures. In the four-part tale at the end of this series' run, we are told it stands for Really Impressive Vast Enterprise for Routing Dangerous Adversaries, Louts, Etc. (?Louts?)

COMIC BOOKS, GRAPHIC NOVELS, AND MANGA

Number of Stories:31
First Appearance:1966
Last Appearance:2019

       With the immense popularity of the James Bond movies and The Man From U.N.C.L.E. television show, lots of non-spy shows and comicbooks took a swerve into the cloak and dagger genre, at least for a while.

       Archie Comics was one of the many and for a brief two-year span a fair number of adventures were crafted in what is now called an alternate universe.
       The initial swing into spy-fi was in Life With Archie #45 in 1966 when Archie and Jughead are shown working for an organization called the WPA. For some reason, that version was dropped and two issues later it was POP that Archie worked for and it would be POP that he and the team stayed with for a good number of stories before that whole alternate reality was left behind near the end of 1967.
       It would be ever-so-briefly brought back over 40 years later when in an issue dealing with the gang's Freshman year in High School, Archie mused about what he might be when he graduated and a single panel presented the idea of his being an operative before nixing the idea.
       Two years later a 4-issue adventure again saw Archie deeply involved in an espionage mission for P.O.P. though it would be his older cousin, Andy, who was the agent and Archie just went along for the ride.
       Jughead would get his own short re-jaunt into that universe with a fun though strange tale a few years later.
       Most (but oddly not all) the original 1966-67 stories would be collected into one trade paperback collection in 2019.

1 The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E.
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill Vigoda (pencils), Mario Acquaviva (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1966

Published in Life With Archie #45, January 1966 - 13 pages.
Archie Andrews and Jughead Jones are agents working for the W.P.A. going up against agents of C.R.U.S.H. That evil organization has sent an imposter to take the place of the Chief (aka Mr. Waverly) to send out coupons "to the wives of all the high government officials". The coupons are for 20¢ off Soggy Slop breakfast food, manufactured by C.R.U.S.H., which contains a brain wash drug such that "whoever eats it will become a C.R.U.S.H. agent".

2 Deadly Delivery Deadly Delivery
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bob White (pencils), Marty Epp (inks and letters), Victor Gorelick (colors)
Copyright: 1966

Published in Life With Archie #47, March 1966 - 13 pages.
"C.R.U.S.H. agents R.E.G.G.I.E. and V.E.R.O.N.I.C.A. booby-trap the dry-cleaning establishment that serves as P.O.P. headquarters, hoping to stop agents A.R.C.H.I.E. and J.U.G.H.E.A.D. from getting their top-secret microfilm to their London office. The good guys decide to give the film to Betty, their innocent, inept clerk."

3 Planetary Peril! Planetary Peril!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bob White (pencils), Marty Epp (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1966

1st of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #49, May 1966 - 13 pages.
"P.O.P.'s agents A.R.C.H.I.E. and J.U.G.H.E.A.D. battle a C.R.U.S.H. plot to brainwash an entire planet of creatures into becoming agents of evil.

4 Treachery At The Top! Treachery At The Top!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill Vigoda (pencils), Marty Epp (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1966

2nd of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #49, May 1966 - 10 pages.
"V.E.R.O.N.I.C.A. alerts her fellow P.O.P. agents to a C.R.U.S.H. conspiracy to take over her father's corporation."

5 The Nose Knows! The Nose Knows!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill Vigoda (pencils), Marty Epp (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1966

1st of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #51, July 1966 - 13 pages.
"Dr. Nose tries to kidnap Hiram Lodge, but hasn't counted on the resourcefulness of the P.O.P. agents."

6 Enter Dr. Demon Enter Dr. Demon
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), Mario Acquaviva (inks and letters), Sal Contrera (colors)
Copyright: 1966

2nd of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #51, July 1966 - 10 pages.
"Dr. Demon and L'il Devill are after Lodge Enterprises' newest weapon: an invisible bomb!"

7 The Whistler vs. The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. The Whistler vs. The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E.
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils and inks), Victor Gorelick (letters)
Copyright: 1966

1st of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #52, July 1966 - 13 pages.
"P.O.P. faces the newest and most deadly C.R.U.S.H. agent, The Whistler, whose permanent pucker allows him to whistle so loudly that it can shatter eardrums, bust safes, and annoy dogs."

8 Smoke! Gets In Your Eyes! Smoke! Gets In Your Eyes!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils and inks)
Copyright: 1966

2nd of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #52, July 1966 - 10 pages.
"Mr. Lodge's magnificent diamond is protected by state-of-the art booby traps, but they're no match for the C.R.U.S.H. agent Smoke Man, who can vaporize in and out of keyholes. It's up to A.R.C.H.I.E. and J.U.G.H.E.A.D. to stop this condensed C.R.U.S.H. creep."

9 P.O.P. Plays Post Office P.O.P. Plays Post Office
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils and inks), Mario Acquaviva (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1966

1st of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #53, September 1966 - 13 pages.
"C.R.U.S.H. agent The Mailman fails in his mail-related attempts to destroy P.O.P., so his supervisor, the tiny but loud-voiced Atom Man, tries a scheme to control the mind of V.E.R.O.N.I.C.A. and lead the other good guys to their doom."

10 The Image Maker! The Image Maker!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill Vigoda (pencils), Marty Epp (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1966

2nd of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #53, September 1966 - 10 pages.
"Sandman, a portly but deadly C.R.U.S.H. agent, kidnaps Mr. Lodge and creates an evil duplicate of the tycoon, programmed to annihilate the top P.O.P. agents."

11 Undercurrent! Undercurrent!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), Mario Acquaviva (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1966

1st of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #54, October 1966 - 13 pages.
"A.R.C.H.I.E. and V.E.R.O.N.I.C.A. are knocked out in a C.R.U.S.H. hideout disguised as a pizza parlor and loaded into the truck of Super Spy, a C.R.U.S.H. kingpin with a love of "pop art at its campiest," who has a plan to dump piranhas into the Riverdale river."

12 Who Screams Last ... Screams Best! Who Screams Last ... Screams Best!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), Mario Acquaviva (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1966

2nd of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #54, October 1966 - 10 pages.
Actually a Girl From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. adventures in which "Super Spy returns and kidnaps B.E.T.T.Y., who manages to defeat C.R.U.S.H. and save her fellow P.O.P. agents by using her power of supersonic screaming."

13 Play Deadly Play Deadly
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill Vigoda (pencils)
Copyright: 1966

1st of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #55, November 1966 - 13 pages.
"The good guys from P.O.P. battle the dastardly destructive toys of C.R.U.S.H. agent The Toymaker. But Toymaker's toys are no match for V.E.R.O.N.I.C.A.'s cousin Leroy, who can break any toy within seconds."

14 Whistle Bait Whistle Bait
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill Vigoda (pencils)
Copyright: 1966

2nd of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #55, November 1966 - 10 pages.
A second story about B.E.T.T.Y., the Girl From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. "The latest C.R.U.S.H. villain is The Whistler, a permanently puckered baddie whose whistles can control minds and shatter eardrums."

15 The Thought Control Caper! The Thought Control Caper!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), John D'Agostino (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1966

1st of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #56, December 1966 - 13 pages.
"The P.O.P. agents are captured by the Controller, who can control anyone's mind by attaching a tiny device called a "brain-tap."

16 Flame Of Fear! Flame Of Fear!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), Jon D'Agostino (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1966

2nd of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #56, December 1966 - 13 pages.
Once more, Betty, the Girl from R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E., takes charge. "The Flamethrower, a C.R.U.S.H. agent who can shoot fire from his fingers, tries to put the burn on P.O.P."

17 The Clip Pressing Affair The Clip Pressing Affair
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer)
Copyright: 1966

Published in The World of Jughead, Archie Giant Series Magazine #143, December 1966 - 5 pages.
This time it is Agent Jughead from R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E., taking center stage as he "foils Agent Veronica's plot to take over the agency for Reggie.

18 The Christmas Crush The Christmas Crush
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer)
Copyright: 1967

Published in Archie's Christmas Stocking, Archie Giant Series Magazine #144, January 1967 - 10 pages.
"C.R.U.S.H. doesn't take Christmas off, and they bring a poisoned Christmas tree into Lodge Industries."

19 Drums Of Despair Drums Of Despair
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), John D'Agostino (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1967

1st of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #57, January 1967 - 13 pages.
"P.O.P. agents battle C.R.U.S.H. villain, the Drummer, who can hypnotize anyone when banging his drumsticks. Ratatat-Bip-Bop!"

20 Flight Of The Fiend! Flight Of The Fiend!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), John D'Agostino (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1967

2nd of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #57, January 1967 - 13 pages.
Again B.E.T.T.Y., the Girl from R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E., has the lead in the adventure. "C.R.U.S.H. villain, the Birdman, hypnotizes P.O.P. agent B.E.T.T.Y. to steal plans from Lodge Enterprises."

21 Shock! Shock!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), John D'Agostino (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1967

1st of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #58, February 1967 - 10 pages.
"Voltman's plan is to incapacitate Mr. Lodge, making him useless to Lodge Enterprises."

22 Sands Of Doom! Sands Of Doom!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), John D'Agostino (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1967

2nd of 2 stories published in Life With Archie #58, February 1967 - 10 pages.
Once more a tale of the Girl from R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. "Betty and Veronica are captured by Dr. Doom and Sandman, but they escape and stop them from capturing the rest of the R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. group."

23 The Radiant Rogue The Radiant Rogue
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Dan DeCarlo (pencils), Vincent DeCarlo (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1967

A story published in Betty & Me #6, February 1967 - 11 pages.
Another tale of the Girl from R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. Betty stops a C.R.U.S.H. agent from stealing secret plans from Mr. Lodge and exposes their new hideout.

24 The Beastly Bowman The Beastly Bowman
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), John D'Agostino (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1967

A Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. story published in Life With Archie #59, March 1967 - 13 pages.
"C.R.U.S.H. agent The Bowman shoots V.E.R.O.N.I.C.A. with one of his mind-controlling arrows and forces her to help him steal the reorganization plans for her father's plant."

25 Double Agent Double Agent
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), John D'Agostino (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1967

A Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. story published in Life With Archie #60, April 1967 - 12 pages.
"The C.R.U.S.H. genius Mentor the Magnificent creates a robotic double of A.R.C.H.I.E., who arranges to switch places with the robot and infiltrate C.R.U.S.H. headquarters."

26 The Flamethrower Returns The Flamethrower Returns
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), John D'Agostino (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1967

A Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. story published in Life With Archie #61, May 1967 - 12 pages.
"The Flamethrower, that arson-loving C.R.U.S.H. agent, is back with his powers restored. This time his plan is to use flame-throwing fireflies to wipe out P.O.P. and Mr. Lodge's plant. But with the help of P.O.P.'s science lab, A.R.C.H.I.E. manages to re-direct the fireflies to destroy C.R.U.S.H. buildings, and finally their own master."

27 The Fairy Tale Terror! The Fairy Tale Terror!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), Mario Acquaviva (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1967

A Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. story published in Life With Archie #62, June 1967 - 12 pages.
"A C.R.U.S.H. villain tries to destroy the P.O.P. agents with a series of evil schemes bases on famous fairy tales."

28 The Poet Of Peril! The Poet Of Peril!
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill White (pencils), John D'Agostino (inks and letters)
Copyright: 1967

A Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. story published in Life With Archie #62, June 1967 - 12 pages.
"The latest C.R.U.S.H. agent to take on P.O.P. is The Poet, a man in full Tudor regalia who brainwashes people with his romantic rhyming."

29 'The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. Returns' 'The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. Returns'
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Tom DeFalco (writer), Fernando Ruiz (pencils), Rich Koslowski (inks), Tom Chu (colors), Jack Morelli (letters)
Copyright: 2010

A 4-part story published in Archie #610-613, August 2010 - 22 pages.
Part 1: The Blackest (And Bluest) Day - "Archie discovers that his older, lookalike cousin Andy is a secret agent and that his latest assignment is stopping Mad Doctor Doom from turning people into zombies."
Part 2: R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. Disassembled - "Mad Doctor Doom completes his 'Walking Dazed' formula and tries it on captives Betty, Veronica and Pop Tate. It works exactly as planned, sapping the wills of his captives and making them his slaves. The next phase in the plan is to introduce the formula into the school lunch at Riverdale High. In addition, the criminals attack P.O.P. Headquarters with more of the formula. Archie, Chuck and Jughead arrive at the hidden POP spy base to give Andy a warning about Mad Doctor Doom when they are surrounded by 'Walking Dazed' zombies."
Part 3: The Crisis at Riverdale High - "Archie discovers that Mad Doctor Doom has spiked Ms. Beazley's soup with "Walking Dazed" formula, effective turning all the students and faculty into his zombies. Unbeknownst to Archie, Mad Doctor Doom has also introduced his formula into Pop Tate's food at the Chocklit Shop, just as Archie's parents decide to stop there for dinner."
Part 4: The Walking Dazed - "Mad Doctor Doom's "Walking Dazed" Formula Z has taken over the entire city of Riverdale. Now, the only thing standing between him and world domination are four teenagers: Archie, Jughead, Chuck and Reggie. And thanks to Jughead's discriminating tastebuds, the four also have a cure for the Mad Doctor's formula: Ms. Beazly's chicken noodle soup!"

30 Jughead - A Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. Jughead - A Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E.
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Chip Zdarsky (writer), Erica Henderson (pencils and inks and colors), Jack Morelli (letters)
Copyright: 2016

Published in Jughead #3, February 2016
Another adventure of Agent Jughead. "While spending a day of his school suspension in Pop's, Jughead dreams that the villainous organization known as C.R.U.S.H. is behind the high school's new hires and works with P.O.P. to save the school."

31 A.r.c.h.i.e. as The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. A.r.c.h.i.e. as The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E.
Published by Archie Comics
Contributors: Frank Doyle (writer), Bill Vigoda (pencils), Bill White (pencils), Dan DeCarlo (pencils), Jon D'Agostino (inks and letters), Mario Acquaviva (inks and letters), Marty Epp (inks and letters), Vincent DeCarlo (colors), Sal Contrera (colors), Victor Gorelick (colors)
Copyright: 2019

Trade paperback collection of most of the original 1966-1967 adventures of the Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E. taken from issues of Life With Archie and one from Betty & Me. The stories are:
Deadly Delivery
Planetary Peril!
Treachery At The Top!
The Nose Knows!
Enter Dr. Demon
The Whistler vs. The Man From R.I.V.E.R.D.A.L.E.
Smoke! Gets In Your Eyes!
P.O.P. Plays Post Office
The Image Maker!
Undercurrent!
Who Screams Last ... Screams Best!
Play Deadly
Whistle Bait
The Thought Control Caper!
Flame Of Fear!
Shock!
Sands Of Doom!
The Radiant Rogue
The Beastly Bowman

REFERENCE BOOKS

Number of Books:1
First Appearance:2017
Last Appearance:2017

1 Hero-A-Go-Go! Hero-A-Go-Go!
Written by Michael Eury
Copyright: 2017

This book is subtitled "Campy Comic Books, Crimefighters & Culture Of The Swinging Sixties." It mentions and gives details on a number of Spy Series within! Welcome to the Camp Age when spies liked their wars cold and their women warm and good guys beat bad guys with a pun and a punch. Celebrate the Camp Craze of the Swinging Sixties when just about everyone was a secret agent.

MY COMMENTS

Back when the majority of these tales were sitting on the newsstands in the mid-60s, I was very much hooked on comics but my precious 12¢ an issue went to buy DC and Marvel superhero adventures, not Archie!! No way, man! It was Batman and the Fantastic Four, Superman and Thor, for me, not that red-headed kid.

Granted, I was as hooked on Veronica and Betty as Archie but I had only some many dimes and pennies to spend.

I doubt I ever saw these stories back then but reading them today, boy, did they bring back memories.

And they were really not-bad fun takes on genre.

GRADE

My Grade: B-

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