Monday, January 7, 2013

Review: Best of Archie Comics Book 2 by Archie Superstars


The celebration of 70 years of Archie Comics fun continues with this full-color collection with over 400 pages of classic and much-loved comic book stories featuring America’s favorite teenagers.
Following up on the success of the top-selling The Best of Arche Comics, this second volume brings together another must-have collection for Archie fans young and old!
The Best of Arche Comics Book Two collects some of the best-known and beloved Archie stories, hand-picked from the company’s rich, 70-year history. Included in this volume are exclusive behindthe- scenes anecdotes from the creators who brought the stories to life!
An essential addition to anyone’s library!

I am a big fan of Archie and his friends so this book was a must-buy for me.

The Best of Archie Comics Book 2 includes some of the best Archie comics that have been published since the '40s. This includes not only the comics about Archie and his friends, but also those featuring other characters published under Archie Comics Publication.

I'm not really a fan of the other Archie Comics characters so I didn't appreciate them as much. I would have preferred for there to be more comics about Archie and his friends than by the other characters like Ginger and Katy Keene. I didn't grow up reading them so I couldn't really get into them.

I've already read a few of the comics, especially some of the newer ones. My favorite is still the Betty and Veronica strip Little Miss Fixit. The strip was published in 1971, and though most people from the younger generation probably won't relate to it, I definitely enjoy Betty's win over Veronica. Since I'm a Lord of the Rings fan, I also liked the Jughead strip Rings and Things.


  1. You get the best of old and new Archie comics.
  2. Most of the stories are funny as ever.
  3. There's something for everyone.


  1. If you aren't a fan of the other Archie comics, you might not enjoy some of the comics.

Mmm! This looks delicious! Cornish hen, bread, and fresh vegetables!

  1. You like Archie comics.
  2. You like comic anthologies.
  3. You appreciate comics from any decade.




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