The excellently gothic horror of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina might have just catapulted everyone’s favorite Teenage Witch to new highs because of its flashy Netflix adaptation, but Sabrina is returning to her less horrifying roots at Archie Comics, thanks to a new ongoing series that hearkens back to a time before…
Howdy, boys and girls! It’s a beautiful autumn day in the post-apocalypse—the weather is cool but not cold, and the trees’ leaves are turning wonderful colors, as are the mutant cockroach-men of the Northern Wastes. This week: Why the people of the Marvel universe still hate and fear mutants, why Archie lends itself…
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is going to be spooky, sure, but it might be pretty progressive, too.
As a 30-something woman who grew up with The Craft, Charmed, and (of course) Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina feels like being a teen witch again. Only this time, it’s not magical pancakes or superhero costumes, it’s a dark exploration of Satanic worship and the horrors of the…
The season 3 premiere of Riverdale was pretty boring, giving us more of the Archie vs. Hiram shit that doesn’t work if they’re not seductively wrestling each other. At least, until the last five minutes, when Taylor Swift’s boyfriend walked into the room, set off a giant smoke bomb, and said “Everything’s changed,…
It’s been clear for some time now that Riverdale is going to get decidedly darker and weirder (even by Riverdale standards) in its third season. The first trailer’s just dropped and, well, just look at that thing up there. It’s a thing from the show.
No matter what’s happening with Archie, Betty, Jughead, and Veronica, Riverdale loves a good mystery. So it’s fitting that, at San Diego Comic-Con, most of the cast was in the dark about what, exactly, season three of the show would entail.
I am not particularly old, but I feel like that headline up there is making me feel much, much older.
Ah, small-town life. What with its watering holes, simple ambitions, young love... Not to mention the serial killers, dark conspiracies, and, uh... what looks very, very much like human sacrifice. At least, if you’re in Riverdale.
Change is coming to Riverdale! Today’s release of Archie #32 by Mark Waid, Ian Flynn, and Audrey Mok brought an end to Waid’s tenure on the revitalized series since he first started alongside Fiona Staples in 2015. The new team of Nick Spencer and Marguerite Sauvage are set to begin later this year—and we spoke…
Three years to the month that Archie was radically re-invented with a hip, modern style, Riverdale’s finest is in for some changes again. And one of those changes is bringing with it a new creative team, in the form of Nick Spencer and Marguerite Sauvage. Plus, new television projects are in the works.
If you’ve ever wanted to see how the teens of Riverdale grappled with the implications of World War II, then boy howdy, does Archie Comics have a new series for you.
There are two kinds of drama in Vampironica’s gothic-horror-tinged version of Riverdale. Vampire drama is one, obviously, because it’s in the name of the series. The other is a Riverdale tradition: relationship drama! And our vampiric heroine Veronica uncovers a whole heap of it in this preview of the second issue.
Merry Free Comic Book Day Eve, comics fans! Yes, the most wonderful time of the year for receiving wonderful free comics is nearly here—in fact, it’s tomorrow, May 5. FCBD 2018 is jam-packed with tons of wonderful (and did we mention, free?) books for you to pick up, so here’s a selection of what’ll be on offer.
Though the versions of Batman starring in the vast majority of DC Comics’ ongoing series are all dark and brooding characters, the publisher’s still keeping the spirit of Adam West’s high camp take on the Dark Knight alive in Batman ’66. And soon, Batman will have a new sidekick: Archie Andrews.
The original Vampironica was equal parts Vampirella and old-school Archie queen bee Veronica Lodge, but in Greg and Meg Smallwood’s newest reboot of the character, Riverdale’s teen vampire antihero is reimagined for the millennial age.
America’s Favorite Teenager will be doing a lot more dramatic singing and dancing in an upcoming film being made in partnership with Archie Comics and film production company Graphic India.
Little more than a month ago, Archie Comics unveiled Dick Tracy’s triumphant return to comic book stores with a new series from Alex Segura, Michael Moreci, and Thomas Pitilli. Fans were excited at the prospect of new stories featuring the yellow-coated detective. Today, the series is suddenly no more.
For decades, Chester Gould’s hardboiled, gadget-wielding, ace detective has cracked cases in newspaper strips and comics, and on the big screen and TV. But now he’s making a grand return to the page courtesy of Archie Comics.
Between Afterlife with Archie, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and the recent addition of Jughead: The Hunger, Archie Comics’ horror imprint is flying higher than Sabrina’s broomstick ever thought possible. But there’s already another series coming to Archie Horror, and it’s got a bit of a bite to it.