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Nov 28 2021 10:14pm
Tuxedo Mark: And there hasn't been a novel (probably the cheapest thing to create) in over a year.

Nov 28 2021 10:13pm
Tuxedo Mark: They might not think it's something that'll make them any money. Heck, their new original graphic novel, The Riverdale Diaries 2: Starring Veronica, isn't exactly setting the charts on fire (in any format).

Nov 28 2021 10:30am
DeCarlo Rules: You'd think consumers could at least get some kind of ARCHIE 80th Anniversary Special (and I don't mean reprints). It's practically criminal. Can you imagine Marvel or DC letting their 80th Anniversary slide by without some one-shot celebrating it?

Nov 24 2021 10:09am
Hanna Barbera Montana: This Friday the Comic Con museum will be having a exhibit celebrating 80 years of Archie: https://archiecomics.com/comic-con-museum-to-launch-eight-decades-of-archie-exhibit/

Nov 19 2021 4:44pm
Tuxedo Mark: My review of "Makeover Mayhem!" from Cheryl Blossom #8: https://riverdalereviewed.com/2021/11/19/comics-makeover-mayhem/

Nov 17 2021 6:51am
DeCarlo Rules: Yet another variation on Little Archie, like The New Archies. It;s never an animated version of the basic classic Archie, high school sitcom.

Nov 15 2021 9:22am
Tuxedo Mark: There was that aborted animated series, "It's Archie", which would have been made by the same group that did the latest Sabrina animated series. It would have featured the gang in elementary school.

Nov 15 2021 9:16am
DeCarlo Rules: Right -- I was thinking specifically of Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead, Reggie... the core group. But when you said "Riverdale" it made me think that an animated spinoff of the TV series is actually the greater likelihood now, not some comedy-based show.

Nov 14 2021 3:08pm
Tuxedo Mark: Well, there was "Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch" last decade. Or did you mean something based in Riverdale?

Nov 14 2021 9:42am
DeCarlo Rules: I can hardly believe there hasn't been an another Archie-based animated series in 20 years, since the 1999-2000 Archie's Weird Mysteries.

welcome/introductions

Started by beatman10, June 02, 2021, 09:42:59 PM

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beatman10

Hello from the Jersey Shore! And a shout out to two NJ towns mentioned in the Married stories, Bayonne and Seaside Heights! My name is Bill and I go by the name beatman10. I became an Archies fan first with the 1969 animated series. As a musician, I loved the whole Archies band concept and I still own the albums. i realize Don Kirschner was behind the band's creation. He was the same guy who started the Monkees and Don Kirschner's Rock Concert. I am definitely a Jughead fan because, for one, I played drums professionally for 30 years. I also can eat large amounts of food and stay skinny. I even like anchovy pizzas, which is one of Jughead's favorites. And yes, I am considered an oddball and was scared of girls as a teen. I realize that I have a lot to catch up on Archie comics since I only got back into them after hearing about the Married Stories. I enjoy reading the posts on this forum and I plan on posting more. Thanks!!

DeCarlo Rules

I wish they still published an ongoing Jughead digest, or some collections. As far as I know, this is the only classic Jughead collection Archie Comic Productions ever put out:


Fortunately, Dark Horse Comics published these two hardcovers of the earliest JUGHEAD comics:


But at least there's this one-shot Jughead digest coming out:

QuoteWe're continuing Archie Comics' landmark 80th Anniversary celebration with another special showcase digest! This time, we revisit the hilarious never-before-reprinted 'A Jughead in the Family' storyline: Jughead gets into a fight with his dad and moves out-but who's willing to take him in? Join in on the hilarity as Jughead moves from place to place, living with the families of Archie, Ethel, Moose, Trula Twyst, and even Reggie!
That was one of only a couple major story arcs (in this case, six issues) JUGHEAD ever had.

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