Afterlife With Archie Returns In May!

Afterlife With Archie stands as the one Archie title that changed the direction the characters could go. It’s quite possible that without the success of Afterlife With Archie, we would not have seen the current crop of New Riverdale titles. It has been a long time since we saw a new issue of Afterlife With Archie, and even after eight issues, questions about the events that led to the horror of this version of Riverdale remain.

The status of some of the other characters that crossed the paths of Archie and the gang are also still unknown. Well buckle in, because the cover of Afterlife With Archie #10 features a certain guitar-playing Pussycat.

Check out the preview pages for issues 9 and the solicitation for issue 10 below.

ALWArchie#9AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE #9

Script: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Art: Francesco Francavilla, Jack Morelli
Cover: Francesco Francavilla
Variant Cover: Dave Devries
On Sale Date: 5/25
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

BETTY: RIP Pt. 4, “The Trouble with Reggie.” The Horror began in Riverdale when Reggie Mantle struck and killed Jughead’s beloved pooch Hot Dog. Since then, Reggie has been living with this secret knowledge—and terrible guilt. With no one to talk to about it, Reggie has started to crack under the strain. He is seeing visions of his dead friends—or are they literal ghosts? When an act of kindness prompts a confession from him, Reggie must decide for himself, once and for all—is there any good within him? Or is Reggie, as we’ve always suspected, beyond redemption? For TEEN+ Readers.

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ALWArchie#10 ALWArchie#10balentvarAFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE #10

Script: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Art: Francesco Francavilla, Jack Morelli
Cover: Francesco Francavilla
Variant Cover: Jim Balent
On Sale Date: 8/17
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

BETTY: RIP Pt. 5, “Interlude with the Pussycats” Before the end of the world began, a female pop trio was setting charts on fire. But in a world of TMZ and paparazzi-driven media, somehow these women kept their private lives a secret from everyone—until now. A full-access interview promises to show the tragic and terrifying origin story of Josie and the Pussycats. For TEEN+ Readers.