Debuting last fall, The Art of Betty and Veronica was something new for Archie Comics: It was the first time the year-old company had released a deluxe art book under its own imprint, rather than licensing it to other publishers such as IDW or Dark Horse. Compiled by Editor-in-Chief Victor Gorelick and writer and comics historian Craig Yoe, the book takes a decade-by-decade look at the two leading ladies of Riverdale. Gorelick and Yoe are already at work on their next book, The Art of Archie: The Covers , and they're taking suggestions from fans on what covers to include. You can go to the Archie forums here if you have a cover to submit—or to look at some of the ones that readers have already uploaded. I talked to Gorelick and Yoe about their collaboration, Gorelick's 54 years at Archie Comics, the importance of creators, and the new book.
Archie Comics #27 1947- Nude Archie- Spicy Betty & Veronica Golden Age VG+
Total Pageviews. Monday, January 27, Apparently, a 'Patch Hop' is a dance where the girl chases down a boy and uses a needle and thread to sew a patch on to him usually on the butt to claim him as her date to the dance. Archie is not amused by it.
Anyone would agree, Archie comics are a fairly wholesome, squeaky clean read. Think again. In the s, Archie and his pals were a bunch of crazed perverts. Archie comics always captured the blinding slap-happy horniness of adolescence, but in the 70s things got kicked up a notch.