Michael Uslan is a writer and the executive producer of the Batman films. He was the first instructor to teach comics at an accredited university (Indiana University in 1970). He lives in Montclair, New Jersey.
Stan Goldberg is a veteran comic book artist who has worked more than 50 years in the industry and is best known for his work illustrating Archie comics. He lives in Beechhurst, New York.
This book was a little disappointing to me. I am 32 and collect Archie Comics and have loved them since a child. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cindy Lee
I grew up reading Archie comics and as I got older I always wondered how characters would turn out if it were real life. This book answers a lot of those questions.Published 6 months ago by Amtrac271
Archie walks up Memory Lane and gets a glimpse at two possible futures. In one, he marries Veronica. In the other, he marries Betty. Which future turns out better? Read morePublished 8 months ago by Johnny Heering
hard bound book depicting the 6 issues of the original comic book that came out a few years ago, bright colours and sure to become a collectors edition.Published 16 months ago by Vanessa Ruth
My teenage daughter still enjoys reading Archie Comics. (I do too!) This is a really beautiful book and makes a great gift. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Robin
I had this as apps on my phone, loved teh story so much I decided that I had to get this book. it contains all the archie marries stories as well as the epilogue. Read morePublished 21 months ago by VM
I've loved Archie comics since childhood, so I hade to get this copy, it was a must for me. I love itPublished 21 months ago by A. J. Samuel
I bought this awhile ago now and have read it over and over again. There is something so wonderful and simple about the Archie series. Read morePublished on April 9, 2012 by Asha Lewis
I have been reading Archies comics for a very long time. When I found out that Archie was finally marrying this or that, I was very excited. So I quicked purchased this book. Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by Gina C. Hayes