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.
After many months of waiting, the two Archie Horror titles will return with new issues in May and June. The imprint is not dead, and rises like the undead with new issues. There's even preview pages included in the announcement from Archie.
I've heard a lot about Afterlife With Archie, and have been enjoying the Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina a little, so when the opportunity came to review the latest issue of the series that launched the Archie Horror line, I couldn't resist, despite my usual disdain for zombies.
I love this book and I am proud of it. If you never thought in a million years you would read Archie then you have yet to discover Afterlife. Now do not get me wrong, I am a fan of the character and series but I know many adults who think there too good for
This has to be one of the most surprising series to come out from this publisher. I admit I am not an Archie fan BUT this book changes my view points. I guess it is true, you can mix anything with Zombies and it makes them better. Check out the exclusive preview of Afterlife With