Johnathan | September 12, 2010
As ridiculous as Punk Jughead or, well, this is, you have to give Archie and the gang some props. I just don’t know if I could have handled being a teenager for the entirety of the Twentieth Century with anything like this level of joviality. Godspeed, you red-headed panderer.
Johnathan | September 5, 2010
Archie’s Gag Bag was an Archie Comics classic feature, a page full of one-joke strips that was usually stuck between a couple of longer stories. Never before has the feature’s title been as relevant to one of the gags. In an amazing coincidence, both Betty and Veronica made exactly the same sound in a similar [...]
Johnathan | August 29, 2010
Get Reggie to tell you what he likes: he will not lie, though other Riverdale teens may deny. When a girl walks by with an itty-bitty waist and a round thing in his face, he gets sprung – to the extent that he completely ignores his date and eats her ice cream by mistake. Also, [...]
Johnathan | August 15, 2010
Johnathan | August 8, 2010
As far as the title goes I think that they were aiming for a rhyme above all else. Unless some prescient individual managed to anticipate the recent "Archie gets hitched!" storyline by four decades or so, of course. Also: ZING!
Rachelle | August 1, 2010
No, Archie. No. Unless the New York Times is really losing it.
Rachelle | July 25, 2010
Why Dilton ever turns to Archie for advice is beyond me. Also: women are stupid. And I`ll bet Dilton`s yard sales are awesome. Seriously, Archie. You are the worst.
Rachelle | July 18, 2010
Miss Grundy hits Veronica where it hurts.
Johnathan | July 11, 2010
The issue: Archie No. 109. The set-up: Archie has a gig as a DJ in daily school assemblies, but power has gone to his head and he’s started accepting bribes from students to play their original compositions and thus catapult them to, uh, regional fame. The payoff: Mr Weatherbee brings in Mr Andrews to settle [...]
Johnathan | March 21, 2010
Sure it’s been well documented that Betty is more than a little crazy, but you can’t deny that there were plenty of contributing factors.