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Following the announcement of the first openly gay teenager heading to Riverdale in “Veronica” #202, cartoonist Dan Parent talks to CBR News about adding variety to the whole line of Archie Comics.
Archie Comics has announced that in September's "Veronica" #202, Kevin Keller, the company's first openly gay character, will be welcomed into the town of Riverdale as a student enrolled in Riverdale High.
The writers behind DC Comics' new Mighty Crusaders comics, Eric. S. Trautmann, Brandon Jerwa, Matt Sturges and John Rozum, spoke with CBR about thee next chapter in the DCU history of the classic Archie heroes.
We spoke with Michael Uslan about writing the first part for the two new series spinning out of the bestselling "Archie Marries Veronica/Betty" storyline, plus exclusive Norm Breyfogle "Marries Veronica" art.
CBR News spoke with veteran writer Tom DeFalco about his return to Archie Comics after nearly 40 years, and how in his hands, America's favorite carrot-top could wind up giving Jack Bauer a run for his money.
Archie Comics has joined with Hero Initiative to create 50 one-of-a-kind covers by 50 artists, to be auctioned off online. CBR has an exclusive look at the covers by Jim Mahfood, Jim Valentino and Agnes Garbowska.
The CEO of the venerable kids comic house talked about the deal to bring Stan Lee's "Super Seven" to life, working with two former Marvel Editors-in-Chief and expanding Archie in the direct market and beyond.
Archaia Publisher Mark Smylie and Director of Development Stephen Christy chat about three of the newest French titles to hit the Archaia library as well as the direction and a glimpse at the future of Archaia’s French comics stateside.
Tom Root, co-head writer and co-producer of the Emmy-award winning "Robot Chicken" and co-creator/executive producer of "Titan Maximum" brings his brand of humor to the milestone 200th issue of "Jughead."
At CCI on Friday, Archie Comics announced new titles, both print and web-based, an iTunes subscription plan and Michael Uslan discussed his new limited series “Archie Marries Veronica.”
Jon Goldwater, the son of Archie Comics founder John L. Goldwater, has been named new CEO of the American publisher, and plans to bring the kids from Riverdale to a larger multimedia audience.
In what Archie Comics is billing as the “Archie Story of the Century,” writer Michael Uslan is set to take Riverdale’s resident redhead into the future where he pops the question more than 65 years in making: “Will you marry me?"
A brief history of the page rate, and its continued implications for comics; laughing at Archie, the problems with crime comics, and what really happened on 9/11; 1000 reviews in 1000 days; plus the last word on webcomics and more!
Fan favorite writer J. Michael Straczynski confirms The Shield, The Fly and Black Hood will be the first three Archie Comics superheroes folded into the DCU fabric in the pages of “The Brave and The Bold.”