4.0

Archie #626

I don't know anything about football or its players, but even I can enjoy Angelo DeCesare's "The Sack-rifice." Partly it's because I have a soft...
3.0

Betty and Veronica #256

First off, I have to say the cover to this issue should really be a poster. Created by Fernando Ruiz, Rich Koslowski, and Tito Peña, it captures...
3.5

Sonic the Hedgehog #230

 Seamlessly transitioning back to the pre-reboot universe, writer Ian Flynn makes it very clear that the events of the previous four issues...
3.0

Life with Archie #14

On a surreal Halloween night, the dimensional barriers weaken and the two different Archies wander into each other's lives. And what does their old...
4.0

Betty #194

Betty#194 proves that while art styles may change, slapstick humor, comic misunderstandings, and romantic troubles never go out of style. The five...
3.0

Life with Archie #13

When the Life with Archie series began, I made the assumption it would be following Michael Uslan's miniseries from Archie #600-605. That writer...
4.0

Archie & Friends #157

Archie & Friends #157 is a special "Anniversary Classic" issue that reprints three stories that originally appeared in 1958's Life with Archie...
3.5

Mega Man #5

The Mega Man team is clicking this issue. Writer Ian Flynn starts out with a dramatic moment that the art team of Chad Thomas, Gary Martin, John...
3.5

Betty #193

In a thoroughly modern take on DC's old "Imaginary Stories" concept, Betty daydreams about what it would be like to be married to Pureheart the...