Archie Comics: Nick Spencer is the new writer, new TV series and animated
Great news from Archie Comics in both the comics and on the television.
In November there will be a change at the helm of the flagship series, Archie touching the #700 (!) see Nick Spencer (Captain America, Secret Empire, Spider-man) take the place of Mark Waid, assisted by the pen of Marguerite Sauvage.
Archie Comics has a long and distinguished history. I don't want to upset anything or angering fans along the course. I'm interested in the most to increase the stakes in the conflicts among the characters, increase the level of drama in a manner that would meet the taste of the fans who are closer to these characters thanks to the TV series, Riverdale.
The original series and Archie was completed in June of 2015 with the #666 but then restart with a new #1 by Mark Waid and Fiona Staples “ending” with the #32 came out this month in the USA, and thus arriving at 698 total numbers, Archie #699, out in September will be a special issue that will be the summary on the series “modern” and will be sold for $1.
In December also start a new series starring Betty & Veronica set during their last year of high school that will be written to Jamie L. Rotary (Betty & Veronica: Vixens).
The novelty, however, are not related only to the comics.
The publisher of Archie Comics, Jon Goldwater, has confirmed that they are working on 3 new series, 2 animated. The first will have as the protagonist, Josie McCoy (Josie & and the Pussycats) with tones vaguely horror, the second will be classic setting with Archie and all the gang and will have a humorous tone. Finally, it is the processing of a series of live-action from the tone of the noir protagonist, the private detective Sam Hill – created in the 1950's created by Harry Lucey.
Riverdale, the TV series, was renewed for a third season on The CW, while the reboot of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Sabrina Vita da Strega) is in the works for Netflix, which has already ordered two complete sets.
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