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Exclusive Preview: “Archie 1955” #5

By | February 6th, 2020
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Wednesday, February 12 sees the release of the finale to “Archie 1955.” Brian Agustyn and Mark Waid have been crafting a really fun story that doubles down on a lot of the nostalgic elements of the Riverdale gang. This issue sees three artists tackling the final issue: Ray-Anthony Height (“Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur,” “Fear Itself: Fearsome Four”), Joe Eisma (“Morning Glories, “Archer and Armstrong”), and Rich Burchett (“Batman,” “She-Hulk”). We are thrilled to share an exclusive preview of the issue.

Written by Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn
Illustrated by Ray-Anthony Height, Joe Eisma, and Rick Burchett
Colored by Glenn Whitmore
Lettered byJack Morelli 

This is it—the show-stopping conclusion of Archie’s rise to fame at the birth of rock ‘n’ roll! Archie’s star is soaring, but not everyone—even Archie himself—can handle his newfound fame.

Thanks to Archie for the preview, and make sure to pick up the issue next week!

Cover A by Laura Braga
Cover B by Rick Burchett
Cover C by Cary Nord

Brian Salvatore

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