Description: Archie Comic Publications, Inc. is an American comic book publisher headquartered in Pelham, New York. The company is known for its many titles featuring fictional teenagers including Archie Andrews, Jughead Jones, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, Reggie Mantle, Sabrina Spellman, and Josie and the Pussycats.. The company began in 1939 as MLJ Comics, which primarily published superhero comics.
Description: Likes: Girls, milkshakes, girls, sports, girls, going to the beach (to see more girls!) Dislikes: Homework, shoveling snow, Reggie’s pranks 1st Appearance: Pep Comics #22, 1941 Originally known as “America’s Typical Teenager,” Archie Andrews has become the most lovable kid in town and is anything but typical!
Description: The character Archie Andrews was created by Vic Bloom and Bob Montana and first appeared in a humor strip in Pep Comics #22 (December, 1941).. Within the context of the strip and the larger series that grew out of it, Archie is a typical teenage boy, attending …
Description: Likes: Food (especially cupcakes), creativity, Jughead Dislikes: Loudmouths (like Reggie), dishonesty 1st Appearance: Jughead Double Digest #176, 2012 The newest rival to Jughead’s eating contest crown, Toni Topaz is a tough girl who sports pink hair with her purple jumpsuit.
Description: Archie wikis Riverdale (CW show) Sabrina TheTeenage Witch (1996 show) Sabrina: The Animated Series Secrets of a Teenage Witch (2013 Animated show) Archie #1 Read about the new series by Mark Waid and Fiona Staples! Read more > Archie Meets The Ramones In this exciting new special, Archie …
Description: The Best of Archie Comics is a large collection of Archie comics from the range of the comic's history. One of the longest in comics. The book is divided into decades from the 40's to the present including short essays about changes, callenges and successes of the comics with the changing times.
Description: Archie Comics, originally known as MLJ Comics, after its three founders, soon took the name of its most popular character, a teen named Archie Andrews, who debuted in Pep Comics #22, 1941 in a story drawn by Bob Montana. A cast slowly grew around him and his buddies, and by the mid-1950s, the world had for the most part developed into the cast we would now recognize.
Description: Courtesy of Comics Alliance In 1973, an artist for Archie Comics named Al Hartley got permission to use the characters in a series published by Spire Christian Comics.
Description: ARCHIE, one of the longest-running titles in comic book history, is rebooted here in this full-color collection that brings together two of the most talented creators in comics…
Description: Thanks for this truth to “power” broadside! The sad fact that I was able to leaf through and NOT purchase a large “collection” of Milt Gross comics speaks volumes for Yoe’s piss poor design, ahem, aesthetic.
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