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Author Topic: What new title would you like to see in the horror line ?  (Read 4641 times)

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Vespa

With the horror line seeming to be back on track What new title would you like to see in the horror line if any ?

I'd dig like a Archie's Weird Tales kind of book
« Last Edit: May 14, 2016, 07:17:53 PM by Vespa »

daren

As long as it can come out on time that sounds good.

DeCarlo Rules

Nothing, really. Two titles are plenty. It would start to get to be overkill.

The Downloader


JonInIowaCity

That Vampironica series would be interesting.

spazaru

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I want one starring Pepper where she comes back to haunt Archie Comics for dropping her from the storyline without even a send off.  It could be like Archie vs Predator where she just kills one person after another, preferably by playing really out of tune guitar, thereby showing why she wasn't in the Pussycats. 

Something like that. 

DeCarlo Rules

I want one starring Pepper where she comes back to haunt Archie Comics for dropping her from the storyline without even a send off.  It could be like Archie vs Predator where she just kills one person after another, preferably by playing really out of tune guitar, thereby showing why she wasn't in the Pussycats. 

Something like that.


You make me long for simpler times when PTF would just suggest something like giving Segarini his own series.
I mean, come ON!  Obviously playing the guitar badly is Albert's job. Pepper needs her hands free to hold the knives.
« Last Edit: May 16, 2016, 06:41:06 PM by DeCarlo Rules »

60sBettyandReggie

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I want one starring Pepper where she comes back to haunt Archie Comics for dropping her from the storyline without even a send off.  It could be like Archie vs Predator where she just kills one person after another, preferably by playing really out of tune guitar, thereby showing why she wasn't in the Pussycats. 

Something like that.


 ;D  I would read that.

Mazz

I was reading The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and then it was gone for a long time. I have read a few Afterlife comics, but it didn't grab me like the Sabrina one. I am glad it is back and I hope it is here to stay and is out regularly. I think Sabrina is perfect for the horror line of stories.

Betty Girl

That Vampironica series would be interesting.


I'd like to see this come around, as well.

DeCarlo Rules

That Vampironica series would be interesting.


I'd like to see this come around, as well.

Except that they never said it was a series (or a proposed series). It could have been an idea for AWA or ChAoS. Probably AWA, since it was drawn by Francavilla.

60sBettyandReggie

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Nothing, really. Two titles are plenty. It would start to get to be overkill.


I agree.

Salem


Nothing, really. Two titles are plenty. It would start to get to be overkill.


I agree.
Well now, we are four titles in to Archie Horror imprint - how is everyone feeling about the line so far? We have Afterlife with Archie, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Jughead: The Hunger, and now, Vamperonica. I have yet to read The Hunger, but I have been loving the rest - with Chilling being my favorite book by far. I do have a soft-spot for Witchy tales, though.

Salem

Vegan Jughead


Nothing, really. Two titles are plenty. It would start to get to be overkill.


I agree.
Well now, we are four titles in to Archie Horror imprint - how is everyone feeling about the line so far? We have Afterlife with Archie, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Jughead: The Hunger, and now, Vamperonica. I have yet to read The Hunger, but I have been loving the rest - with Chilling being my favorite book by far. I do have a soft-spot for Witchy tales, though.

Salem


I'm waiting for the trade on Vampironica, but I've loved The Hunger so far! 

Captain Jetpack

I remember a 70s era comic, with Betty possessed.
In that case, by a haunted teddy bear (true story).


But Archie Comics, doing "The Exorcist",  as a homage?
With Betty doing the pea-soup thing?
Sure.
Why not. 8)
« Last Edit: July 06, 2018, 07:12:19 AM by Captain Jetpack »
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