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.
Our Archie celebration continues with guest contributor Katie Liggera digging into this side-splitting story from Jughead’s first solo comic.
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.
With most of the world being told that they should only be leaving their home for essential activities, most people have a lot of free time on their hands. It’s the perfect opportunity to read comics and graphic novels.
I don’t have to tell you how huge Game of Thrones is. You would have to be living under a rock in order to miss all of the buzz. Although, what you might not be aware of is Archie Comics’ Game of Thrones parody comic from 2015. Read on to find out 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.
Every month I like to do a compilation of mini reviews for comics that are new reader friendly. This July we see a wide range of comics featured including odd crossovers, rebooted teenagers, Canada at war with the US, wild west heroes, 90s nostalgia, TV talk show antics and much more.
After 75 years of publication Archie is being rebooted for a new generation. This rebooted series will strip back the Archie gang to their core and rebuild them with fresh, modern, takes. Behind it all is the superstar creative team of Mark Waid and Fiona Staples, which makes this even more exciting! Read on to find more about this rebooted series as well as read a four page preview.
With the a new video game and animated series that aim to revamp Sonic the Hedgehog for a new era, Archie Comics will release Sonic Boom #1 this week. This fun new comic series will be in the approach of the revamped Sonic the Hedgehog, which will still feature plenty of action but also have a comedic bend to it. Take a peek at the humour filled preview for this debut issue.