Here at ComicsAlliance, we've been on the Life With Archie train since day one, owing largely to our love of Archie and mind-bogglingly intense drama that may or may not involve parallel universes. Some of you, however, may be lagging behind on the saga of Archie's grown-up life and marriage to Betty and/or Veronica. "Oh, that's not my bag, man" you might say to yourself, if you happen to be a teenager on an episode of Dragnet.

If this is you, consider this: Life With Archie #32, hitting shelves on September 25, features Veronica Lodge trying to match a designer dress with her court-ordered ankle monitor, in a story called "Love Me, Love My Burger." How are you not reading this comic?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the curious among you, here's the official solicitation:

LIFE WITH ARCHIE #32

“Archie Marries Veronica” – Veronica’s trying to stay positive while Archie does the best he can to provide for them in their time of need. Meanwhile, Mr. Lodge is engaged in some secret meetings to keep tabs on business rival Fred Mirth. Kevin Keller is coming to the realization that a job in the Senate is more than he bargained for, especially when the odds are stacked against him. When he uncovers some shocking information about a recent tragedy, does he have what it takes to bring it to light and be the change that everyone needs?

“Archie Marries Betty” – Between Archie’s teaching schedule, Ambrose running the New York City Chow House location, and Jughead and Midge’s baby on the way, the local Chow House is in desperate need of some help! Meanwhile, Moose is prepping to take a big leap and Cheryl Blossom and Kevin Keller are joining forces in Washington D.C. And speaking of being busy—it looks as though Betty’s busy schedule is starting to affect more people than just Archie! Can she mend her relationships before it’s too late? Life With Archie has become the hottest spot for amazing variants with some of the best artists around, and this one’s no exception! Features a New Yorker-inspired variant cover by Emmy Award Winning writer/artist Dean Haspiel (Billy Dogma, HBO’s Bored to Death).

Script: Paul Kupperberg
Art: Fernando Ruiz, Pat and Tim Kennedy, Bob Smith, Jim Amash, Jack Morelli, and Glenn Whitmore
Cover: Fernando Ruiz and Tito Pena
Variant Cover: Dean Haspiel
On Sale at Comic Specialty Shops: 9/25