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  • DeCarlo Rules: What I don't understand is why they're trying to discourage subscriptions to B&V FRIENDS Jumbo digest. It's been published at 10 times per year frequency for the last 3 years -- just like the other B&V jumbo digest. So if they're both published just as often, why do they offer a choice of 10 issue or 20 issue subscriptions for BETTY & VERONICA, but only a 6 issue subscription for B&V FRIENDS? You can get a 12-issue subscription to B&V FRIENDS on the website, but if I remember correctly, the printed ad for subs only offers the 6-issue sub option. Why isn't it the same option as the other digests (10 issues or 20 issues), if they're all published 10 times a year? And they ARE.
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  • DeCarlo Rules: So both ARCHIE and RIVERDALE are "on hiatus"? That means ACP has no ongoing floppy comic titles. Not a good sign. Good thing they still have the digests going (knock on wood).
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Author Topic: Archie Multiverse Theory  (Read 1811 times)

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BlueBomber2015

Archie Multiverse Theory
« on: May 09, 2016, 05:56:30 AM »
Ok, reviving, and reposting, a popular topic I posted back before the Server Purge destroyed things.


I have a theory that there is more than one Archie in the Archie Multiverse.  Now with the 2015 reboot, it's time to categorize and talk about the question at hand-Is there an Archie Multiverse, and if there is, what are the worlds? Maybe one day, ACP can do a Worlds Unite-like storyline in which Memory Lane acts like a Stargate or incorporate the use of Genesis Portals (from the Sonic and Mega Man comics) to travel to those worlds.

DeCarlo Rules

Re: Archie Multiverse Theory
« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2016, 10:19:17 AM »
You believe this is a hypothetical concept (that there is more than one different Archie in multiple universes)?

Um... have you read THE MARRIED LIFE?


Why don't you read THIS to start with, then we can talk.
« Last Edit: May 09, 2016, 10:21:36 AM by DeCarlo Rules »

PTF

Re: Archie Multiverse Theory
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2016, 03:04:07 PM »
Yeah, there's a multiverse. Pretty much Ambrose and Fred Mirth are the only versions of themselves so they can travel between the universes.

Like the old Little Archie when they had these weird adventures that was thought to be their imagination. That was just a young Ambrose using his powers without knowing.

In one issue, to stop Marries-Veronica verse evil Dilton, Ambrose summons nearly every version of Archie there has been.

DeCarlo Rules

Re: Archie Multiverse Theory
« Reply #3 on: May 09, 2016, 05:40:43 PM »
Yeah, there's a multiverse. Pretty much Ambrose and Fred Mirth are the only versions of themselves so they can travel between the universes.

Like the old Little Archie when they had these weird adventures that was thought to be their imagination. That was just a young Ambrose using his powers without knowing.


Don't forget there was the Bolling story where teenage Ambrose returns to Riverdale, too.


Sometimes I just think there's a Bollingverse-Archie that's different - which includes both Little Archie and whatever other regular Archie stories Bolling did, like that weird one where Fred Andrews gets mugged (his head is slammed against a concrete wall) and then he meets a ghost (or a hallucination brought on by his concussion). It's a pretty strange ending with a battered and bedraggled Fred who hauls himself out of the river and walks home (he took his car to the Veterans' reunion) with his clothes all torn and his head bruised and Mary barely says a thing about it. Probably any story Bolling wrote, regardless of who drew it. Those stories just seem to operate on a different logic than other Archie stories, for the most part.

 


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