Courtesy of Archie Comics comes this first look at the variant cover of Life With Archie #28, illustrated by none other than the great Ramón Pérez. The illustrator of Marvel's John Carter: Gods of Mars, author of the multiple award-winning adaptation of Jim H
The Halloween season is truly upon us, even in the normally sleepy town of Riverdale. In last month's Betty & Veronica #261, Archie's hometown came under siege from an army of vampire clones in what is easily the third or fourth craziest Archie story of all time, and now, it's time for the sequel.
That's right, everybody: This wee
High school students who go through the trials and tribulations and relationship woes of teenage life with a song in their hearts that they can't help but share with the world? That's either a description of the students of McKinley High from Fox's series Glee or Archie Andrews and his friends from Riverdale. With so much in common, it's n
Over the past few years, Archie Comics has been revitalizing their line with stories like Life With Archie and crossover stunts like Archie Meets Kiss, but now it appears that the desire to reinvent their line has been turned on one of Riverdale's most stalwart citizens. After subscription inf
Archie's alleged pal Reggie has always been a conniving little such-and-such, but this week, he's hitting a new low. In "Rescue Me," a four-part digital-exclusive story by Bill Golliher, Bill Galvan and Jim Amash with letters by the legendary Tom Orzechowski that kicks off this Wednesday, Reggie pretends to rescue a dog from an animal shelter to get a date with a girl. What a goon, this guy
I think the record will back me up here when I say that I'm a pretty big fan of Archie Comics. I can assure you that my love for Riverdale and its typical teens is as devout and true as any that you'll find, but like a lot of my obsessions, it's tempered with one element that I absolutely hate. And
As a fan of the more bizarre corners of the Archie Universe -- which seem to be getting stranger every day -- I'm always pretty excited when a reference to their more obscure efforts show up in their comics, especially when they're done with some absolutely beautiful art. Case in point, a variant cover for the upcoming Life With Archie #26, in which former Supergirl artist Jamal Igle dr