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it was amazing
This was a huge win for me. HUGE!
Archie and his friends were my first introduction to graphic novels, and they will forever hold a special place in my heart. I used to beg my mom to buy them while we were waiting in line at the grocery store, and I can still remember how excited I felt to get my sticky hands on whatever new story was out when she inevitably said yes. <–Because awesome parenting!
Anyway, I said all that to say this: if you do get a chance to look at this, make sure to read Fio
I absolutely loved the art in Saga, so when I saw that Fiona Staples contributed to this story, I just had to pick it up.
And the art in Archie was just as stunningly beautiful as it was in Saga.
Also, I think I’m a little in love with Archie’s food-loving best friend, Jughead.
I really liked getting some background on him, even if it broke my heart a little.
This volume, however, focuses mainly on Archie’s journey throughout the new school year, bringing with it
Would have been 5 stars if Fiona Staples had done the art for every issue! I loved the story, but frankly I was disappointed by the art change halfway through.
I really like how the characters feel like the same characters, but just MORE? I don’t know how to explain it, but they feel more rounded out, and I can’t get enough of it. Jughead is just *_*
I’m torn on continuing this series, because apparently Fiona Staples didn’t draw anything for the next volume SO