When Archie Comics announced that after more than 65 years of dating, Archie would bring a close to his seemingly eternal love triangle with Betty and Veronica by marrying spoiled rich girl Veronica Lodge in "Archie" #601 on September 1st, not everybody was pleased -- especially long-time Betty fan David Luebke, who responded to the news by selling his rare copy of the very first issue of "Archie" -- the best copy known to exist -- for $38,837.
Luebke says that the s
As Archie Andrews pushes 70 years of publication, many younger fans of Riverdale's resident horn-dog with a heart of gold may not have had the chance to read up on his secret past.
Thanks to a partnership with IDW Publishing, Archie Comics will soon release reprints of the character's earlier tales in collected editions, including the first works by creators John Goldwater and Bob Montana.
Are you ready for some retro-futurism? In 1965, DC came up with a completely pointless but totally awesome story about Superman's descendant (also Superman) kicking it in 2965, where everything is exactly the same, but in the future. Clark Kent is Klar Ken T547, Perry White is a robot called PW-9588, and they all work for the Daily Interplanetary News. The one
I recently posted a gallery of the most expensive comics in the world, and it turns out some guy in Dallas has been sitting on a bunch of them, including Marvel Comics #1 and Batman #1. What makes him particularly lucky, though, is that unlike most kids who just t
The new 'Star Trek' movie debuts on Friday, but while you're waiting for the film that promises to relaunch the franchise, take a look at our picks for the most ridiculous moments in the history of 'Star Trek' comic books, put together by Chris Sims of The Invincible Super-Blog.
If Captain Kirk tells you he wants to show you his Little Engineer, he's probably not ref