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And a Sabrina the Teenage Witch spin-off could be next.
But this isn't your parent's Riverdale. Adaptations are tricky. They can either go horribly, HORRIBLY wrong or they can be
Alex Segura is a writer at Archie Comics, best known for the epic crossover between the Riverdale Gang and KISS. He's not a name you'd associate with hardboiled mystery thrillers, but it's going to happen.
Archie Comics' editor in chief described Tom Moore as "a cartoonist's cartoonist."
Are you a Betty or a Veronica? In new “Archie” series, the girls are much more than cat-fighting frenemies.
When Archie Comics announced the arrival of Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, he of Glee fame as Chief Creative Officer, it felt very
As Right Wing Watch first reported, Tim Wildmon and Ed Vitagliano of the AFA pointed a recent issue in which Archie died
We (accidentally) broke the news to George Takei that Archie died, protecting George's comic book pal Kevin Keller. Although
Conservatives are always outraged about something. A few weeks ago, we told you about the right-wing umbrage being tossed around -- not because of Obamacare -- but because of good old comic books. Well, for the conservative Comic-Con set, it's getting worse.
Archie Andrews dies today on the pages of a comic book. But in reality he died a long time ago for most of us.
Archie's death does not bother me in the same way that the death of a Marvel or DC character would. In fact, Life with Archie is a unique title that is not part of the "proper" Archie Universe.
The drawing depicts the love triangle Groff's character Patrick is embroiled in by the season finale, and Keller sounding
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I love outsider stories, especially outsider-in-America stories -- the stories of characters that show up in places central casting would never expect them to be. Same for the stories of characters that have every right to be someplace.
At this reunion at Chalo's wedding, there was something missing: That imaginary shield I wore my whole time as a teenager was gone.
Archie Comics continues to push the envelope -- and we couldn't be happier! Kevin Keller, the first openly gay character