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Archie Comics May 2018 Solicitations

May will be here before you know it. Make sure you preorder your Archie Comics with your local comic book store so you don't miss an issue. Check out what's coming this May with this list of solicitations below. Happy reading!



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VAMPIRONICA #3

The all-new Archie Horror ongoing series continues as Veronica's search for answers leads to a deadly confrontation at Lodge Mansion!

By Greg & Meg Smallwood and Jack Morelli, with variant covers by Francesco Francavilla and Audrey Mok.
 Jughead: The Hunger #6: CVR A Gorham




JUGHEAD: THE HUNGER #6

Uhh, Jellybean? Are you OK?!

By Frank Tieri, Pat and Tim Kennedy, Joe Eisma, Bob Smith, Matt Herms, and Jack Morelli with covers by Adam Gorham, Derek Charm, and Michael Walsh.
 The Black Hood Vol. 2: The Lonely Crusade


THE BLACK HOOD VOL. 2 (TR)

Disfigured cop Greg Hettinger leaves Philly for Southern California, but a plane ride can't separate Greg from his troubles. Collects issues #7-11.

By Duane Swierczynski, Michael Gaydos, Robert Hack, Greg Scott, Rick Burchett, Kelly Fitzpatrick, and Rachel Deering with cover by Greg Smallwood.
 Betty & Veronica: Vixens #6: CVR A Vaughn




BETTY & VERONICA: VIXENS #6

New series artist Jen Vaughn joins the gang in a NEW STORY ARC! The Vixens are being followed by a sinister former foe, but he claims to come in peace—can he be trusted?

By Jamie Lee Rotante, Jen Vaughn, Elaina Unger, and Rachel Deering with variant covers by Sanya Anwar and Eva Cabrera.




ARCHIE #31

Peril is everywhere as this arc races towards its game-changing conclusion!!

By Mark Waid, Ian Flynn, Audrey Mok, Kelly Fitzpatrick, and Jack Morelli, with variant covers by Ben Caldwell and Pete Woods.


ARCHIE VOL. 5 (TR)

One life has been destroyed, a family has been torn apart—and only the kids of Riverdale High can save their town from imploding! Collects the "Heart of Riverdale" storyline from issues #23 - #27.

By Mark Waid, Audrey Mok, Kelly Fitzpatrick, and Jack Morelli.




THE ARCHIES #7

This is it! The band has reached the end of their tour. Have they learned enough to open up for Josie and the Pussycats? FINAL ISSUE.

By Alex Segura, Matt Rosenberg, Joe Eisma, Matt Herms, and Jack Morelli with covers by Greg Smallwood, Cliff Chiang, and Fiona Staples.


THE ARCHIES VOL. 1 (TR)

Collects THE ARCHIES one-shot and issues #1 - #3 of the series. Features a special cameo from indie-pop trio CHVRCHES!

By Alex Segura, Matt Rosenberg, Joe Eisma, Matt Herms, and Jack Morelli with cover by Joe Eisma.




COSMO #5

All-ages sci-fi action! An unexpected detour lands Cosmo inside an arcade machine!

By Ian Flynn, Tracy Yardley, Matt Herms, and Jack Morelli, with variant Game Box Art and Retro Art covers.


BETTY AND VERONICA FRIENDS FOREVER #1: AT THE MOVIES

Classic-style Betty and Veronica stories make their return with this collection of fun movie-themed tales!

By Bill Golliher, Dan Parent, Rich Koslowski, Glenn Whitmore, and Jack Morelli.

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