Yes, you have been hearing a lot more about Riverdale than Afterlife With Archie, lately. That doesn’t mean that Archie Horror is dead, though. (Pun very much intended.) Today sees a new entry in Archie’s horror line, Jughead: The Hunger. By a (possibly magical) coincidence, we happen to have a preview of that so you can have […]
The world of Archie has been expanding with CW’s Riverdale and the recently rebooted comic book universe. The publishing universe is growing this March with four brand new one-shots focusing on a wide-range of the Archie supporting cast and worlds. EW broke the news this morning. The series includes a return to the Afterlife with Archie […]
INVINCIBLE Volume 2, AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE, and more make their way to ComiXology Unlimited.
Afterlife with Archie is back from the dead! After a very long hiatus, the 9th issue of this cult favorite is finally on sale next Wednesday. After a delay of a year while writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa worked on the Ruverdale TV show (just slated for Fall) the book that kills Riverdale’s finest and brings them […]
Archie had something of a creative renaissance when the publisher launched Afterlife with Archie in October of 2013 with Archie Creative Chief Officer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Spider-Man) on writing duties and Francesco Francavilla (Batwoman) on art. However, fan haven’t seen a new issue of the series since May. Only eight installments of the series launched between 2013 and 2015– with no […]
By Harper W. Harris Archie fans certainly had a good time at SDCC this year: not only did the publisher talk about a new series in the Archie Horror line and tease us with the future of the Dark Circle line and the New Riverdale series of titles, but announced that the Riverdale TV series […]
Live from San Diego Comic Con, it’s More To Come! Publishers Weekly’s podcast of comics news, interviews and discussion with Calvin Reid, Kate Fitzsimons and The Beat’s own Heidi MacDonald. In part two of More To Come’s San Diego Comic-Con special, Calvin Reid talks to Don Rosa about Scrooge McDuck, European fans and Carl Barks; […]
It was the usual story for June sales figures just released by Diamond. DC led the single issue chart with Batman #32, but Marvel still eked out a market share win in both collars and units, although it was closer than in some months. Image was #3 with a 10% unit share, a continued strong […]