Covers are great, but there are so many better choices instead of such silly themes.
Nor does it say that the book has reproductions of rare and literally one-of-a-kind art in addition to the four-color comic book stories and covers reprinted.
Not only do I not like the current approved Archie art style, but it seemed out of character with the rest of the book.
Archie was my go-to buy growing up, and I used to buy them for my children at the grocery store--one son wrote a wonderful paper in high school on the Bettie/Veronica dichotomy. Read morePublished 4 months ago by phoebesmom
This is an exhaustive overview of Archie comic books from the very beginning. It goes over all the artists and writers throughout the years and how Archie and the characters... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Wayne M. Malin
I was hoping to get a reprint book featuring old archie stories. Instead it's about the artists and writers and characters. Which is ok and I should have known this. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Michael Dobey
"Archie: A Celebration Of America's Favorite Teenagers"
Written by Craig Yoe
(IDW Books, 2011)
This heartily-constructed hardbound book is a good overview and... Read more
I bought this book for my daughter who had borrowed this exact book from the library, unfortunately the one that came was slightly different The cover was different and not as... Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by Debra