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Archie: The Married Life Book 3 (Paperback)
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Featuring the headline-grabbing, Eisner Award-nominated, and sold-out wedding of Kevin Keller, Archie's most popular character in years, "Archie: The Married Life Book 3" explores Archie Andrews' life down two paths--if he had married girl-next-door Betty Cooper or wealthy socialite Veronica Lodge. In this volume, things really start getting interesting, as the mysterious Dilton Doiley subplots that have been bubbling just below the surface since the series' beginning start to affect... well, everything
Nothing is ever simple for Archie Andrews In the "Archie Marries Veronica" storyline, the title relationship is facing some serious struggles. On the "Archie Marries Betty" side, Archie's trying to juggle more than his share of responsibilities... will he drop the ball? And in both storylines, Dilton and Ambrose are bringing some shocking, reality-shaking revelations to light that affect everyone in Riverdale... and possibly the world.
"Archie: The Married Life Book 3" collects issues 13-18 of the popular newsstand publication "Life with Archie Magazine.
About the Author
PAUL KUPPERBERG is the writer of the best-selling and critically-acclaimed Life with Archie Magazine for Archie Comics. He is also the writer of hundreds of books, stories, comic books, and newspaper comic strips. He has written such comic book characters as Superman, Superboy, Supergirl, Aquaman, Green Lantern, Captain America, Conan, The Simpsons, Scooby Doo, and dozens of others. He has also been an Editor for DC Comics.
"Something exciting is happening in Riverdale" --The New York Times
"An invigorating soap opera" --Booklist
"An excellent read." --Scripps Howard News
"The most fascinating Archie comic ever printed." --AOL's Comics Alliance
"The most consistently entertaining comic being written right now." --The Village Voice's Topless Robot
"Kevin, a charismatic and loved character, gives readers an image they can look up to and relate to." --GLAAD
"The most supportive and all-inclusive universe in comicdom." --Huffington Post