From "Civil War" to "Civil Chore"

Sun, February 18th, 2007 at 12:00am PST

Comic Books
CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

From the pages of Marvel Comic's Civil War to DC's World War III, the comics community has been facing strife and conflict, turning brothers against each other, and friends against friends. The fever pitch of war has hit Riverdale High as Archie and Jughead turn against each other in "CIVIL CHORE!" Archie Comics takes its look at the divisions that shake the foundation for the comics community and we ask our loyal readers…

WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU ON!

It all begins when Archie complains to his Father that he needs a raise in his allowance for all the chores he does. Archie's Father, tells him facetiously if he doesn't like it to go on strike. Archie decides to follow his Father's advice, and begins marching around his yard with a strike sign demanding an allowance increase. As the other kids from the neighborhood pass by they join up with Archie. All the kids in town are in favor of the strike until Jughead sees what's going on! Jughead quickly realizes two things; first, while Archie is on strike he's not making any money so Jughead can't borrow any for his hamburger habit and two if he does get more money, he can afford to make dates with Betty & Veronica on the same night causing more times Jughead has to help get Archie out of trouble. So, Jughead starts striking AGAINST the kids want a raise in their allowances. When Veronica finds out what's going on she also joins Jughead's side realizing that if Betty gets an increase in her allowance Betty will be able to buy nicer clothes or even treat Archie to dates. This would take away from Veronica's time with Archie. These events lead to a deep division between the kids at Riverdale High, as everyone chooses a side. WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU ON!

Tales From Riverdale Digest #22, Ships this July

"CIVIL CHORE!" plot by Nelson Ribeiro, Story and Art by Fernando Ruiz

 
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