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Archie Comics talent talk the meaning of Archie’s death, the expansion of their horror and superhero lines and the globe-hopping adventures of Betty & Veronica.
"Life With Archie" dominates this week's cover selections, while "The Shadow" and "Harley Quinn" round out our list.
The artists behind "Life With Archie's" fatal finale discuss the changing face of Riverdale and Archie's moment of truth with an exclusive look at what's next.
Paul Kupperberg, Pat Kennedy & Tim Kennedy craft an icon's death in "Life With Archie" #36, "a magnificent example of solid storytelling."
Archie Comics' "Death of Archie" issue has sold out at the distributor level, and CBR News has the exclusive first look of the second printing's cover.
The third volume of "Archie: The Married Life" reportedly has been banned in Singapore because the collection includes the wedding of gay character Kevin Keller.
Archie Comics co-CEO Jon Goldwater says Archie Andrews' death, which occurs while preventing Kevin Keller from being shot, epitomizes 'the best of all of us.'
From the zombie apocalypse to the inspirational "Death of Archie" story, the shakeups of Archie Comics continue in New York.
Archie Comics CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa on growing the brand, "Afterlife with Archie's" success and its new Sabrina-starring companion series.
"Life With Archie" #36 and #37 will feature 12 different covers, from artists including Alex Ross, Mike Allred, Cliff Chiang and more.
Archie Comics co-CEO Jon Goldwater discusses the company's titular character's "sudden and shocking" death in July's "Life With Archie" #36.
Archie Comics' dueling marriage stories series ends with the death of its hero; writer Paul Kupperberg explains how the Archies of two worlds deliver an iconic finish.
Archie Comics has provided CBR with an emotional, exclusive preview of "Life With Archie" #34.
Longtime Archie Comics artist Fernando Ruiz talks with CBR News about working with Gogii Games, drawing for "P.S. Magazine," teaching at the Kubert School and the "Epics" anthology.
Writer Paul Kupperberg spoke to CBR about "Life with Archie," how he came to write his new Kevin Keller novel "Kevin," his comics-themed novel "Same Old Story," his DC tenure and more.
As ROBOT 6′s fourth-anniversary celebration winds down, they look back at some of their favorite comics of 2012, from "Building Stories" and "Saga" to "Goliath" and "Bandette" to "Life With Archie" and "Hawkeye."
Archie's Kevin Keller gets political in a new way in "Life With Archie" as the gay combat vet runs for Senate in an anti-gun platform while fans meet a grown-up Josie and the Pussycats. CBR has an exclusive first look.
In an exclusive variant cover reveal, artist Mike Norton makes Jughead one stark burgermeister in a "Grill of Thrones" parody cover debuting at New York Comic Con as a new poster.
This week, Peter Parker's Spider-Sense is tingling, "Fatale" goes to the dogs, Rorschach goes for breakfast, the zombie apocalypse arrives in Riverdale and Matt Murdock goes to meet his maker.
The parallel lives of future Archie Andrews take surprising turns as Kevin Keller contemplates his husband's shooting and Archie preps for a massive rock show in a CBR exclusive preview.
The team behind one of comics' most exciting and relevant publishers came together to discuss "ArchieKiss, Michael Strahan in Riverdale, a Sabrina the Teenage Witch animated series and more
Archie Comics' next step for their much discussed new character sees gay Riverdale teen Kevin Keller walk down the aisle a war hero in the pages of "Life With Archie," and CBR has the inside story.
In their latest "ready of the headlines" story line, Archie Comics is sending newly launched gay character Kevin Keller to its "Life With Archie" universe for a wedding first in Riverdale and mainstream comics.
The President of Archie Comics discusses running the resurgent publisher as a comic geek, the choice to make Kevin Keller a military brat, the rebirth of "Sonic" and the exclusive announcement on the digital future of "Jinx."
J. Torres spoke with CBR about bringing back classic Archie troublemaker L'il Jinx as a teenager finding her way through high school. The new adventures of Jinx begin in "Life with Archie" #7, on sale in February.
Co-CEO of Archie Comics Jon Goldwater tells CBR about the path to bringing the red-headed teen to a wider age range as the "Life With Archie" magazine copes with the death of a supporting character and a new romantic wrinkle.