In their feature looking back on comics from 10/25/50/75 years ago, CSBG spotlights the conclusion to Archie's first 'event' crossover, Love Showdown!
In their feature looking back on comics from 10/25/50/75 years ago, CSBG spotlights how a Riverdale wedding proposal shocked the world!
A new Archie miniseries, Archie: The Married Life, celebrates the character’s divergent marriages to Betty and Veronica.
In their feature looking back on comics from 10/25/50/75 years ago, CSBG spotlights Harry Sahle's penultimate issue as artist on Archie Comics.
She-Hulk scribe Mariko Tamaki will help writer Nick Spencer and artist Sandy Jarrell tell the origin of Archie and Sabrina's magical romance.
From Zombie Jughead to Werewolf Jughead to Sabrina the Teenage Witch, these are the best and scariest Archie Horror Comics characters.
In their latest spotlight on bizarrely awesome comics, CSBG looks at former teen idol, Glenn Scarpelli, and his time as a recurring Archie character!
Nick Spencer discusses kicking off his Archie run with the milestone issue #700, and how it compares to the CW's Riverdale.
Perhaps the most famous bubblegum pop song of all-time, 'Sugar, Sugar' is famous for being a hit song for a fictitious band. How did it come about?
A batch of Archie #700 variant covers will kick off a new era for the series, which will be getting a brand-new creative team.
Every character is somebody's favorite, even if that character doesn't hit it big. But you would have to be a true nerd to spot these guys and girls!
Perennial comics favorite Archie will reach its 700th issue this fall, with a new creative team and a slightly more Riverdale-inspired storyline.
Get a look at four new variant covers for Archie Comics' Archie 1941 #1, by Mark Waid, Brian Augustyn, Peter Krause, Kelly Fitzpatrick & Jack Morelli.
Now that Season 2 of Riverdale has wrapped, CBR lists 20 things that left fans completely speechless in the Archie Comics live-action series.
Mark Waid, Brian Augustyn and Peter Krause talk to CBR about taking the Riverdale gang to World War II in upcoming miniseries Archie 1941.
The Riverdale gang will head back to the 1940s in September with Archie 1941, by Mark Waid, Brian Augustyn and Peter Krause.