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Little Archie


High Value: $7,000

Minimum Value: $84

Little Archie #1 (1956)

Little Archie #1 (1956) is a fun read that features Archie and his pals on various wacky adventures. In this issue, Archie and his friends go on a hunting expedition, but their plans take an unexpected turn when they come across a snapping turtle. On a lighter note, Archie builds a speedy Italian sports racer for the soapbox derby, but things get even crazier when he and Veronica play house and end up fighting like cats and dogs. Meanwhile, Betty tries to introduce her cat to Archie's dog in a marriage ceremony. And just when you thought it couldn't get any zanier, General Archie and Sergeant Moose try to stop Ronnie from joining their army, but she ends up gaining their loyalty with her "secret orders." If you have this gem in your collection, don't hesitate to reach out to us for a free appraisal or to sell your comic book collection. We're always on the lookout for exciting titles like this, and we guarantee you a fair price.

High Value: $2,100

Minimum Value: $26

Little Archie #2 (1957)

In Little Archie #2, we see the classic love triangle between Betty, Ronnie, and Little Archie as they compete for each other's affection. But let's not forget about the scheming Reggie who tries to sabotage Little Archie's role as the heroic knight in the school play opposite Ronnie as the fair damsel. Don't worry though, our young hero isn't easily defeated and manages to come out on top. And if that's not enough excitement for you, there's also a story where Little Archie fools Reggie into thinking his dog Wags can talk. All of these fun and quirky tales make for a great addition to any comic book collection.

High Value: $1,100

Minimum Value: $14

Little Archie #4 (1957)

Little Archie #4 (1957), a vintage comic book that tells the story of kids holding a trial with Little Archie as the judge and Ambrose as the defendant after watching a movie about a judge. This book also features Fred acting as a judge in Little Archie's neighborhood pet show in "Pop's Pet Peeve", and Little Archie trying to become a super salesman in "Sales Switch". The humor page starring Bunny and the Kids adds a touch of light-heartedness to the book. If you possess a copy of this comic book, do not hesitate to contact us for a complimentary appraisal or to sell your comic book collection. At Comics Into Cash, we pride ourselves on providing fair prices for vintage comic books.

High Value: $1,100

Minimum Value: $14

Little Archie #3 (1957)

In the world of comic books, few can match the charm and nostalgia of Little Archie #3. With tales that are both heartwarming and humorous, this comic book is a testament to the timeless appeal of the medium. Featuring stories like "Tea Tempest" and "The Catnapper," Little Archie #3 captures the essence of childhood in a way that will resonate with readers of all ages. So if you happen to have a copy of this comic book lying around, don't hesitate to contact Comics Into Cash. We offer free appraisals and fair prices for your collection, ensuring that you get the best deal possible. Trust us to handle your comics with the care and expertise they deserve.

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