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This is Archie's new sister volume to our all-time fastest-selling graphic novel series, featuring a focus on stories from the GOLDEN AGE of comics. Archie expects this to do very well as a full-color 416-page $9.99 volume. It will be the first in a three-part series, to be joined in the calendar year by SILVER and BRONZE AGE volumes as well. In 1941, Pep Comics introduced This is Archie's new sister volume to our all-time fastest-selling graphic novel series, featuring a focus on stories from the GOLDEN AGE of comics. Archie expects this to do very well as a full-color 416-page $9.99 volume. It will be the first in a three-part series, to be joined in the calendar year by SILVER and BRONZE AGE volumes as well. In 1941, Pep Comics introduced Archie Andrews, America's newest boyfriend. Since then, Archie and his perennial teenage friends have entertained young and old alike with their hilarious misadventures. In this volume, you'll journey to a bygone era and unearth the roots of an American institution. The frantic forties and fifties -- a time when the comic book industry was young and anything was possible. Stories from this Golden Age of comics had an anything goes quality -- perhaps none more so than the freewheeling antics of Archie Andrews and his friends.


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This is Archie's new sister volume to our all-time fastest-selling graphic novel series, featuring a focus on stories from the GOLDEN AGE of comics. Archie expects this to do very well as a full-color 416-page $9.99 volume. It will be the first in a three-part series, to be joined in the calendar year by SILVER and BRONZE AGE volumes as well. In 1941, Pep Comics introduced This is Archie's new sister volume to our all-time fastest-selling graphic novel series, featuring a focus on stories from the GOLDEN AGE of comics. Archie expects this to do very well as a full-color 416-page $9.99 volume. It will be the first in a three-part series, to be joined in the calendar year by SILVER and BRONZE AGE volumes as well. In 1941, Pep Comics introduced Archie Andrews, America's newest boyfriend. Since then, Archie and his perennial teenage friends have entertained young and old alike with their hilarious misadventures. In this volume, you'll journey to a bygone era and unearth the roots of an American institution. The frantic forties and fifties -- a time when the comic book industry was young and anything was possible. Stories from this Golden Age of comics had an anything goes quality -- perhaps none more so than the freewheeling antics of Archie Andrews and his friends.

30 review for The Best of Archie Americana Vol. 1: Golden Age

  1. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    I’ve always been a fan of Archie and the gang, so it was interesting to see some of the first comics. I didn’t like the look of the earliest ones - Archie seemed too young looking and Betty and Veronica seemed old. The stories weren’t as good either. I liked the 50s section much more. The art and the stories were vastly better. Some of the stories were better than others, but I laughed out loud more than once.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ady Weasley

    Siempre me han gustado los cómics de Archie, mi infancia fue crecer con ellos, así que cuando vi esta colección la quise en mis manos. Me costó leerlo un poco, no tanto por el idioma si no que algunas palabras no las tenía presentes en mi vocabulario. Siempre seré fan de Betty, y no sé por qué pero en estas historietas Archie no me cayó muy bien que digamos, de hecho llego a caerme un poco mal, no sé si es porque es una época que no me tocó vivir, los 40's y los 50's y Archie ha ido creciendo de a Siempre me han gustado los cómics de Archie, mi infancia fue crecer con ellos, así que cuando vi esta colección la quise en mis manos. Me costó leerlo un poco, no tanto por el idioma si no que algunas palabras no las tenía presentes en mi vocabulario. Siempre seré fan de Betty, y no sé por qué pero en estas historietas Archie no me cayó muy bien que digamos, de hecho llego a caerme un poco mal, no sé si es porque es una época que no me tocó vivir, los 40's y los 50's y Archie ha ido creciendo de acuerdo en la época en la que fue dibujado.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Larry W. Collins

    Done Done . I do not want to write a review at this time and do not like being made tio do so.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Hastings75

    Really enjoying this light reading break from my usual crime novels! 👍

  5. 5 out of 5

    LB

    Glimpses into the past of Archie and the gang. Definitely full of smiles and chuckles. (This was a Christmas present. And I am very glad to have it.)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lena Morrison

    Archie comics are so funny. :)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Janet Sosnowski

    The 40s part was a little bit slow and the late 50s kinda confusing, but the middle was awesome.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sarah (Forged in Fiction)

    CAWPILE Score: Characters: 8/10 Atmosphere: 6/10 Writing: 6/10 Plot: 7/10 Intrigue: 6/10 Logic: 6/10 Enjoyment: 6/10 Rating: 6.57

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    Jillian Brilliant

  25. 4 out of 5

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    Hajiya S. Mohammed

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  30. 4 out of 5

    Olga

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