Alex Segura talks about his many creative hats.
Chatting with the Archie co-president about the latest installment in the Pete Fernandez crime novel saga.
The gang from Riverdale records an album with Blondie. Hijinx ensue!
Archies #4 Written by Alex Segura & Matthew Rosenberg Pencils by Joe Eisma Colors by Matt Herms Lettered by Jack Moreill “The local rock group down the street/Is trying hard to learn their song…” Last time I checked in with the Archies, they were getting into all sorts of hi-jinx with the Ramones. In that tale, […]
Announced via THR, Archie Comics continues to diversify its comics line with a reboot of cartoonist Chester Gould’s classic Dick Tracy character in a new monthly ongoing series written by Archie Comics co-president Alex Segura and Michael Moreci, with art by Thomas Pitilli who has worked on previous Archie Comics books Riverdale and The Archies. […]
Congratulations to Alex Segura. The Beat has obtained verbal confirmation of Alex’s promotion to Co-President of Archie Comics. Alex was previously doing double duty as SVP of Publicity & Marketing and editing the Dark Circle line (including the criminally under-appreciated Black Hood series – you should go have a look). And he’s co-writing The Archies series that […]
“I think Jughead probably plays too loud.”
§ This column has been absent for the usual reasons, a big deadline on an outside project, travel and the fact that running this site now takes up about half my day. But I’ve been hoarding away links like a squirrel under the acorn tree. Unfortunately no one is going to care about much besides […]
And here’s the fourth and final part of our creator survey, where we look at what inspires creators, what they’re working on and what 2017 may being. Thanks to everyone who participated – and you’ll fine a bunch of previews of work from Legend of Korra to Czap Books to Thanos.
There’s no stoppin’ the Archies from hoppin’! On one level, the concept of Archie, Betty, Veronica, Reggie and Jughead joining forces with Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee, and Tommy Ramone shouldn’t work. At all. On many levels, the bands’ outlooks are seemingly too different from each other to meld into something that could be coherent. The […]