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Archie Comics

  1. Lena Dunham To Write Archie Comic With An Emphasis On Feminism, Bring Reality TV To Riverdale

    Archie is such a Hannah.

    Last night Lena Dunham appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and revealed that she'll be using her expertise as a lifelong Archie nerd to write a comic with a strong feminist voice. We'd heard about the comic before, but the explicit focus on feminism is news. “I love Archie, but going back and reading it, I would say that the values system of the Archies that I read as a child is slightly off from my own," explained Dunham.

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  2. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Archie Comics’ Betty and Veronica Comics Digest #226

    Archie Comics have given The Mary Sue an exclusive preview of the upcoming Betty and Veronica Comics Digest #226!

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  3. ALS Ice Bucket Challenges From Westeros, Middle Earth, & a Galaxy Far, Far, Away

    The ice is just piling up! So many people have taken the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that even fictional characters are starting to get in on the charity fun. Here's Batgirl but we've also collected Archie, Grumpy Cat, Peter Dinklage, Harrison Ford and more.

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  4. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Betty and Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest #225

    The explanation here is obvious.

    Jesus, guys, she's probably on her period and only has pads, leave her alone.

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  5. More Details Revealed About Archie’s Impending Death: He’ll Be Shot Protecting His Gay Friend

    Woah.

    Everybody knows that when you want to make people pay extra attention to a particularly iconic comic book character, you kill them off dramatically—and Life with Archie, the series that deals with the future adult lives of your favorite Riverdale teens, is not messing around with their opportunity to do so. According to new details from Archie Comics, their titular hero will bite the dust while stopping an assassination attempt on an openly gay senator.

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  6. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Betty & Veronica Comics Annual #224

    Comics are weird.

    How does an annual book get up to #224? Well, either comics are weird, or Betty & Veronica started coming out in 1790. Probably comics are just weird.

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  7. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Betty & Veronica… & Sabrina & Josie & Katy!

    It looks like every leading lady of the Archie universe is coming to Betty & Veronica #271, and here's a five page preview of it!

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  8. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Archie Comics’ B&V Friends Comics Digest #239

    Archie Comics have given us an exclusive look at next week's B&V Friends Comics Digest #239! The digest also includes another chapter of the upcoming novel Diary of a Girl Next Door: Betty.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Genderswapped Darkwing Duck Cosplayer Wants You To Get Dangerous

    Things We Saw Today

    Anonymous Darkwing Duck cosplayer, we salute you. (via Fashionably Geek)

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  10. Archie Comics Introduces Harper, a New Recurring Character Who’s Living With a Disability

    Good News Everyone!

    This week we'll be getting our first introduction to a brand new recurring member of the Riverdale gang: Harper, Archie Comics's first central disabled character to be introduced in quite a while. Harper is based on real life children's author Jewel Kats, who petitioned Dan Parent (the Archie creator who oversaw Kevin Keller's intro) to include a disabled character in the core cast, and you can read all about that in Comic Book Resources interview with the two. Previously in Archie Comics

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