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(KTAR Phoenix)   That whimpering sound you hear is just your childhood getting sodomized again as Archie Comics gets reinvented as a graphic novel too disturbing to sell to children. "It's a hardcore horror book"   (ktar.com) divider line 13
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2013-10-09 10:20:40 AM
You'll get over it.  This isn't nearly as bad as when the Punisher shot Jughead in the face at the Riverdale Junior Prom.
 
2013-10-09 10:23:24 AM

gnosis301: You'll get over it.  This isn't nearly as bad as when the Punisher shot Jughead in the face at the Riverdale Junior Prom.


They also met the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Also:
www.shortpacked.com
 
2013-10-09 10:28:12 AM
Who reads Archie?  Even when I was 10, I'd see those in the supermarket and wonder, who reads archie comics?  Yet, they're at every supermarket.
 
2013-10-09 10:28:31 AM
If Archie was popular in your childhood you're pretty near death now and shouldn't really concern yourself with this.
 
2013-10-09 10:37:42 AM

stuhayes2010: Who reads Archie?  Even when I was 10, I'd see those in the supermarket and wonder, who reads archie comics?  Yet, they're at every supermarket.


Archie and Richie Rich were the mark of a kid how was too sheltered.  'cause Superman was just too mature
 
2013-10-09 10:44:48 AM
Archie and Zombies.

Fresh perspectives are sure to abound.
 
2013-10-09 10:46:24 AM
My grandmother gave me archie comics when I should have begun getting into normal comic books.  As a result, I assumed all comic books sort of sucked, and never got into them.

As a result, I never got into comic books culture at all...  so I guess I should thank her.
 
2013-10-09 10:52:35 AM
Please. For many bigots in the United States, Archie went "hardcore" and "too disturbing to sell to children" the second they included a gay character. Zombies? Sheesh. The same bigots would love zombies by comparison.
 
2013-10-09 10:54:12 AM
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2013-10-09 10:56:00 AM

stuhayes2010: Who reads Archie?  Even when I was 10, I'd see those in the supermarket and wonder, who reads archie comics?  Yet, they're at every supermarket.


I was wondering this, too.
 
2013-10-09 11:08:39 AM

stuhayes2010: Who reads Archie?  Even when I was 10, I'd see those in the supermarket and wonder, who reads archie comics?  Yet, they're at every supermarket.


People who don't have wifi in their bathroom.
 
2013-10-09 11:10:27 AM

Mentalpatient87: stuhayes2010: Who reads Archie?  Even when I was 10, I'd see those in the supermarket and wonder, who reads archie comics?  Yet, they're at every supermarket.

I was wondering this, too.


I had a few comics for some odd reason in my stacks of Marvel comics (I never went D.C., just seemed boring to me at that age), I don't remember if I got them voluntarily or if they were gifts.  I also have some Ducktales and Alf comics as well, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series based off the cartoon show (not the original comic series).
 
2013-10-09 11:12:19 AM

emocomputerjock: stuhayes2010: Who reads Archie?  Even when I was 10, I'd see those in the supermarket and wonder, who reads archie comics?  Yet, they're at every supermarket.

People who don't have wifi in their bathroom.


You know, even though I can access the internet in my bathroom, there is just something about reading a magazine or book on the john that just can't be replaced by a smartphone.

/set in my ways
 
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