We were warned that the CW treatment of the beloved Archie comics would be “surprising and subversive,” but some of the new series’ plot points revealed at their upfront are pretty grim. For starters, Archie is Pacey Wittering it up with music teacher, Ms. Grundy.
Archie, the red-headed teen of comic book fame, is getting his own television show. Variety reports that teen melodrama factory CW announced that it has ordered a pilot for the television show Riverdale, a show based on Archie and his famous friends.
Authorities in Singapore banned Archie comics for showing a gay wedding.
Since news dropped that Archie Andrews will be killed off in one of the summer issues of the "Life with Archie" series, there's been buzz about how exactly it was going to go down. Archie Comics co-CEO and publisher Jon Goldwater stated that he would die selflessly as a hero in a way that "epitomizes not only the…
Archie Andrews, the namesake of the 73-year-old comic book franchise, will meet his demise in a forthcoming issue of Life With Archie. According to Archie Comics CEO Jon Goldwater, "This isn't a random one-off or 'what-if' story that we're doing as a gag… It's a once-in-a-lifetime event, and we are being very…
Fans of Girls and fans of Archie comics unite and rejoice—Lena Dunham is slated to write a four-part story for the classic comic series.
Archie doesn't even know the shitstorm it's in for as soon as One Million Moms and evangelical Christians get a hold of issue #636, in which agent of Satan Sabrina the Teenage Witch swaps the sexes of the main characters. Archie becomes "Archina," Betty becomes "Billy," and Veronica becomes "Ronnie." According to…
An extremely bizarre mix of celebrities were on hand last night to hand out awards for the International Emmys. The fashion really ran the gamut—from oddly demure to just odd.
Archie Comics is suing to bar its co-ceo, Nancy Silberkleit from returning to the office, saying employees complained about her "offensive" behavior.
Archie Andrews has finally made his choice. In the upcoming 600th issue of Archie Comics, he will propose to brunette bad girl Veronica, leaving Betty, his sweet, blonde lady-friend, heartbroken. For students of pop culture, the fact that gentlemen actually prefer brunettes should come as no surprise.