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Author Topic: Quick Josie/Sabrina Question....  (Read 3641 times)

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SAGG

Quick Josie/Sabrina Question....
« on: December 05, 2016, 05:47:50 PM »
Have we ever seen them in the same story? I'm thinking there was a recent one done by Dan Parent at a fashion show where Ronica's mother had a rival for Mr. Lodge's affections from long ago, and she was helping the rival with the fashion show. Every teen female in the Archieverse was practically there. However, that's the only one I recall. Anybody have a story here? Just wondering, thanks....

DeCarlo Rules

Re: Quick Josie/Sabrina Question....
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2016, 02:15:45 PM »
Have we ever seen them in the same story? I'm thinking there was a recent one done by Dan Parent at a fashion show where Ronica's mother had a rival for Mr. Lodge's affections from long ago, and she was helping the rival with the fashion show. Every teen female in the Archieverse was practically there. However, that's the only one I recall. Anybody have a story here? Just wondering, thanks....

There are a number of stories (mostly multi-parters) in which both Sabrina and Josie appear as guest stars among an "all-star cast". The single story in which Sabrina has the most significant interaction with the cast of JOSIE is the one you're thinking of, (B&V 271, Aug. 2014 -- which was actually written by Tom DeFalco and drawn by Fernando Ruiz) where Sabrina prevents Alexandra Cabot from meddling with magic.


Sabrina and the cast of JOSIE have both appeared in a few other stories (for example "Archie's Rockin' World Tour"/a.k.a ARCHIE: ROCKIN' THE WORLD in TP), but the nature of those guest appearances usually doesn't involve much (if any) interaction between them.
« Last Edit: December 06, 2016, 02:21:32 PM by DeCarlo Rules »

SAGG

Re: Quick Josie/Sabrina Question....
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2016, 04:50:47 PM »
Have we ever seen them in the same story? I'm thinking there was a recent one done by Dan Parent at a fashion show where Ronica's mother had a rival for Mr. Lodge's affections from long ago, and she was helping the rival with the fashion show. Every teen female in the Archieverse was practically there. However, that's the only one I recall. Anybody have a story here? Just wondering, thanks....

There are a number of stories (mostly multi-parters) in which both Sabrina and Josie appear as guest stars among an "all-star cast". The single story in which Sabrina has the most significant interaction with the cast of JOSIE is the one you're thinking of, (B&V 271, Aug. 2014 -- which was actually written by Tom DeFalco and drawn by Fernando Ruiz) where Sabrina prevents Alexandra Cabot from meddling with magic.


Sabrina and the cast of JOSIE have both appeared in a few other stories (for example "Archie's Rockin' World Tour"/a.k.a ARCHIE: ROCKIN' THE WORLD in TP), but the nature of those guest appearances usually doesn't involve much (if any) interaction between them.
Okay, okay. My bad.  :D  I knew that story was from somewhere. Sorry, Mr. Ruiz.  8)  Were there anymore stories?

Re: Quick Josie/Sabrina Question....
« Reply #3 on: January 03, 2017, 06:48:16 AM »
I'm pretty sure there was a story a few years ago about the Archie gang going to an event similar to Comic-Con, and they saw a ton of other characters there. I remember that Bingo Wilkin was definitely there, and I think the Pussycats and Sabrina were too. But I'm not sure that they interacted. The story was in classic Archie, not sure which issue.

DeCarlo Rules

Re: Quick Josie/Sabrina Question....
« Reply #4 on: January 03, 2017, 03:47:54 PM »
I'm pretty sure there was a story a few years ago about the Archie gang going to an event similar to Comic-Con, and they saw a ton of other characters there. I remember that Bingo Wilkin was definitely there, and I think the Pussycats and Sabrina were too. But I'm not sure that they interacted. The story was in classic Archie, not sure which issue.

I believe this may be the story you're remembering -- ARCHIE & FRIENDS #156 (Aug. 2011), "The Great Riverdale Comic-CON" by Alex Segura and Bill Galvan.


 


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