Archie 1000 Page Comics Treasury by Archie Superstars

Archie 1000 Page Comics Treasury

byArchie Superstars

Kobo ebook | April 10, 2018

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This series is the #1 value in color children's books today. The latest volume of the biggest Archie graphic novels ever, featuring over 100 full-color stories in a format akin to the hugely popular Archie Digest series at an amazing price. Designed for mass market and book venues looking for higher price points, high volume and high value, such as warehouse clubs and book fairs.

This volume collects 1000 pages of iconic Archie comic stories, featuring the same mix of wild humor, awkward charm and genuine relatability that has kept Archie and the gang popular with kids and families for over 75 years.

Title:Archie 1000 Page Comics TreasuryFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 10, 2018Publisher:Archie Comic PublicationsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:168255922X

ISBN - 13:9781682559222


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light-hearted Archie is a classic, when I was bored and had nothing to do, I would turn to these comics and have so many laughs.
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from More Hit Than Miss I liked many of the stories. They can vary in humour. Some of it did not work for me, but the most of the time it did. The stories also surpass humor into teaching moments. One can actually learn something from the characters...Not too many comic strips do that. Veronica's being vain and having temper issues for instance. Jughead avoiding average to attractive women. He cares about the food. Well one learn from his gluttony also. In one story Mr. Weatherbee is judgmental and accuses Archie of putting marker on school property. "Two wrongs don't make a right." One of my favourites is "What's In A Name?" It actually had Christian themes in it although it ended with can the Riverdale characters be something better and live up to their names? Betty's name according to her means "consecrated to God" (It comes from the name Elizabeth). It reminded me of the famed Archie artist Al Hartley's days when he put in Christian themes. He convinced the creator of Archie to license the characters to Spire Christian comics in the 70's. They are in the public domain and can be read for free online. One thing I did would like to have seen more was Mr. Weatherbee's mishaps with Archie in this book. Hartley could make you laugh...although in the Spire comics Weatherbee has more dangerous situations than more modern mishaps with Archie from what I can tell. For instance a mistake by Archie has a tow hook catch him by the belt. It seems there is just one story in this volume...but it is one of my favourites. I did not regret buying this. It was nice to see something like "What's In A Name". Some good stories in this volume. Not all of them might work for you, but humour and the teaching moments can be subjective.
Date published: 2018-05-23