In this essay, Tiffany Babb reflects on her personal connection to Archie Comics as a kid. By doing so, she also examines how the comics represent a sentimental but troubling image of America.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, How to Love Comics digs deep into the dynamics of the Archie-Betty-Veronica love-triangle, made famous by Archie Comics.
With the Archie turning 80 this year, it’s a great opportunity to look back at the first story. We’ll dig through the story, taking a look at what the characters were like back then, how they’ve changed since, and how this story inspired future ones.
Archie turns 80 this year! How to Love Comics will be celebrating with a range of articles that explore with wonderful happenings of Riverdale. Read on to find out more.
Read on to find out all about the Archie Horror comics, including which comics are involved, where to find them, and much more.
This guide answers any questions you might have and points you in the right direction to Archie comics that you’ll love.
This month’s list features cyborg heroes, renegade surgeons, a rockin’ band, cult favourite misfits and much, much, more.
In the July edition of monthly should read list there are snotty fashion bloggers, feuding friends, a Chinese Superman, a three-way duel to the death and much more.
For the past two weeks I’ve been asking people to vote for the comic books they loved as part of the Best Comics of 2015 Poll. I’ve been receiving plenty of fantastic votes, but I realised that I haven’t told anyone what my favourite comics of the year were. Read on to find out which comics I loved in 2015.