Yesterday we brought you an early look at the Afterlife with Archie trade, and now Archie Comics is back with the announcement of a new ongoing title, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, from writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Afterlife with Archie) and artist Robert Hack.
Archie Comics' Afterlife with Archie has been a huge hit, and now they're releasing the first trade paperback for the series, which collects Issues 1-5, featuring the first storyline, "Escape from Riverdale." Get a sneak preview right here!
A while back we heard about the new zombie-themed Archie comic headed our way, and on tap right now we have a special preview for you guys! What are you waiting for? Spend your Afterlife with Archie!
A few weeks back we heard about the new zombie-themed Archie comic headed our way, and on tap right now we have some brand new eye candy for you cats! Dig it!
A few weeks back we heard about the new zombie-themed Archie comic headed our way, and now we have an exclusive early look at the variant artwork for Issue #1 by drawn by Tim Seeley.
In early March we got word that a new Archie comic that includes zombies is on its way, and now we hear that Warner Bros. Pictures has closed a deal for a live action movie based on the series. If it will also include the undead isn't clear, but just in case here are the details.
No matter how much people complain the zombie craze has reached a saturation point, something comes along and you realize it still has yet to fully hit its zenith. Take for example Afterlife with Archie, an upcoming comic book in which Riverdale gets The Walking Dead treatment.
If there's one thing that I can tell you about New York City after living in Brooklyn for thirty years, it's that the Big Apple can be one hell of a scary place. The good news? It just got a little bit scarier. Read on for details.
We know... you've just been clamoring for another remake. Especially another version of Little Shop of Horrors! Well, get ready, kids, because there's one in development right now.
It was just yesterday that MGM announced it was looking to resurrect Stephen King's Carrie in remake form, and today the man himself adds his two cents to the situation. Read on for the details.
"THEY'RE ALL GONNA LAUGH AT YOU!!!" I've had that sentence ringing in my head since the very first time I saw the first screen version of Stephen King's Carrie. Looks like MGM is ready to jump-start that psycho-kinetic laughter once more.