The publisher's library will be available for the forthcoming e-reader via its official app, which will be offered as a free download.
"Archie Comics are more accessible than ever with the Archie App being available on the new Nook Tablet," read a statement from Archie.
"It's our goal at Archie Comics to reach the widest possible audience and make our products available to all our fans as the list of mobile devices grows which includes the iPhone, iPad and Windows 7 phone."
Archie was among the first firms to make its comics available under the date-and-date digital model, switching to the system on April 1. It was also one of the first publishers to launch a standalone app, which has now seen more than 2 million downloads.
Marvel Comics previously announced that it has entered into an agreement with Barnes & Noble to bring its digital releases to the Nook Tablet. The device will reportedly offer a larger collection of Marvel digital titles than any other tablet.
The Nook Tablet is released on November 18, priced at $249 (£155).