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The Mary Sue Exclusive: Check Out All These Rad Archie #4 Variant Covers!

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Archie #4 Mahmud Asrar variant.

That’s right, folks! We’ve got a whole mess of variant covers for Archie #4 to share with you today. This is one hell of a big exclusive for sure.

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Archie #4 Paul Renaud variant.

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Archie #4 Joe Quinones variant.

Damn, Veronica. That’s cold.

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Archie #4 Francesco Francavilla variant.

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Archie #4 Jaime Hernandez variant.

Archie #4 Annie Wu

Archie #4 Annie Wu

If you haven’t been keeping up with this all-new only-sorta-different Archie reboot, maybe this can be your chance to hop on. The art and story have been pretty great, and now with Annie Wu taking over behind the artist’s desk, Archie definitely won’t look the same again.


The biggest comic series of the year continues! What was the “lipstick incident” that pushed Archie and Betty apart? And can the smartest boy in Riverdale fix it? The spotlight is on Dilton and Moose as, together, they show what friendship is really all about! We’re pleased to welcome ANNIE WU (BLACK CANARY, HAWKEYE) to Riverdale, as she takes over art duties in this brand new issue!

Script: Mark Waid

Art: Annie Wu
Cover: Annie Wu
Variant Covers: Mahmud Asrar, Francesco Francavilla, Jaime Hernandez with Rosario “Tito” Peña, Joe Quinones, Paul Renaud
On Sale Date: 11/25
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

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