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Archie Comics - Fastest Wardrobe Switch Ever
Read the story "What's Fair is Fair". In the Beginning Betty is wearing a nightgown and writing down what happened at school. Then she gets up and looks in the mirror, she's wearing a red shirt, and her nightgown was green. But then she leaves to go to Pops. When she gets there she's wearing a pink and white striped shirt with overalls.... she wasn't wearing that when she left.
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Archie Comic: Betty & Veronica Double Digest # 95
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Anonymous on 06-16-2001
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singlesweetness writes:
A. Betty must have changed out of her nightgown. B. Actually, it's not a nightgown. It was a green nightshirt and pants. C. She said "Archie is going to the dance with ME" while wearing her red shirt, right? Then the next day maybe she went to Pop's, or she might have just thought the red shirt looked ugly with her overalls. Is there a law that says you have to stay in your pajamas all day, or you can't change your red shirt??
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Red Dog writes:
Archie Comics are so full of errors, you could make a Slip-Up site for them alone. They don't put a lot into quality control when it comes to editing the writing or checking the drawings. I've been a fan for over 20 years and have spotted 100s of errors in this time. And, as they re-print the stories in other Digest releases, the errors keep getting repeated. Nor do they seem to care about the errors. Contact them and let them know of the error and months later they re-print the story, with the same errors, in a new Digest. Why? They know fans will continue to buy new comics looking for new stories.
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