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Jughead vs Vampironica #2

Jughead VS Vampironica cover #2

Could this horror line measure up or even supersede the regular Archie line? Oh heck, yes. This is a teen+ comic due to graphic horror elements.

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Archie #704

Jughead has a mystery to solve. But every question he thinks he finds an answer to only leads to more questions. Does everyone in Riverdale have something to hide? Archie sure does.

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Betty and Veronica #3

Betty & Veronica #3 Cover

Girls in senior high riding high on the tensions of false innuendo. This is the book for Riverdale fans. So it all starts like this…

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Betty and Veronica #2

Story: Jamie Lee Rotante
Line Art: Sandra Lanz
Color: Kelly Fitzpatrick
Letters: Jack Morelli
Publisher: Archie Comics


Betty and Veronica have to meet their promises for their high school years. They plan to go to the same college and they would keep their promises until the end of the school year, not letting things get in their way.

In this particular comic, it seems Veronica has been sidelined by a job offer at a magazine, also Betty is in the midst of doing a lot of humanitarian work including building houses for the homeless. In the midst of that Betty is also trying to help Moose get his grades up so he can attend college. Veronica has also received another tempting offer from dad, Mr. Lodge...

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Betty & Veronica #1

Written by Jamie Lee Rotante

Art by Sandra Lanz

Colors by Kelly Fitzpatrick

Letters by Jack Morelli

STORY – The story begins at the end of summer just before the main characters start off there senior year in high school. I’m not a huge fan of the Archie Comics line of books, but I know that Betty and Veronica are at times at odds with each other over the heart of Archie. It appears to be heading down that road because there are secrets being kept from each other in this budding friendship. To me, the story is a bit slow and slightly tedious. that being said I think that this book may appeal to teenage girls and may be an important book for that age range but for a 35-year-old male as myself, it doesn’t really appeal to me. I wish there was a little more humor as well.

ART – 

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