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Kevin Keller: Welcome to Riverdale Paperback – November 20, 2012
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“Well-done and entertaining.” --The New York Times
"Fun from start to finish...highly entertaining." --Publishers Weekly
“Three cheers for the boy-next-door from Riverdale for leading the way where heroes feared to tread." --Comics Alliance
About the Author
DAN PARENT is an American comic book artist and writer best known for his work with Archie Comics, where he is an innovator behind some of Archie's biggest hits. Most notably, Parent is the writer/artist of the KEVIN KELLER series, which continues to receive widespread, positive media attention, most notably the 24TH ANNUAL GLAAD MEDIA AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING COMIC BOOK. He also was the writer of the story in which Archie fell for Valerie of Josie & the Pussycats, the artist of the ARCHIE MEETS KISS and ARCHIE MEETS GLEE graphic novels.
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Top Customer Reviews
I wanted to like this book. I mean, I'm queer myself, and Archie comics Inc. actually were a part of my childhood, as a rabid Sonic the Hedgehog fan. But this...was so...yawn-worthy. I didn't expect high drama, and didn't necessarily want it. I mean, not every book o the queer experience needs to be about distrust and pain and struggle. But this book in general is a snooze. There's no real conflict that you can feel ANYTHING about. The first story is about Kevin Keller preparing for a date. The second, he has a secret admirer-er whom asks him to prom. The third, some local townies try to take over the beach, challenging him to a surf-off, which is kind of ridiculous, since it's GOVERNMENT LAND and this nothing would have come of the challenge anyways.
Just, in general...I didn't care. Yes, Kudos to Archie comics for having a gay character. But boo on having no storytelling ability whatsoever.