The eternal love triangle that has been the cornerstone of Archie comics for almost seven decades is finally untangled in this seven-part story written by Michael Uslan and illustrated by veteranArchieartist Stan Goldberg. The journey begins when More...
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The eternal love triangle that has been the cornerstone of Archie comics for almost seven decades is finally untangled in this seven-part story written by Michael Uslan and illustrated by veteranArchieartist Stan Goldberg. The journey begins when Archie finds himself strollingupMemory Lane, and marries the wealthy and cultured Veronica Lodge. Later we see what happens when he strollsdownMemory Lane and marries the wholesome, peppy girl next door, Betty Cooper. This pivotal series of seven issues is bound in hardcover, encased in a double diecut slipcase, and packaged with a reprint of a classicArchiecomic. The book includes all-new material created especially for this edition, including script outtakes, never-before-seen sketches, annotations, vintage covers, and exclusive interviews with the creators.
Stan Goldberg, PhD,is a speech pathologist and university professor at San Francisco State University. He is an experienced public speaker and has published articles, poems, and plays addressing end-of-life issues. He is one of six essayists who were asked by NPR to read his “This I Believe” essay at a public gathering in 2007. He lives with his wife in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Robert Allen Smith (born on November 18, 1951), better known as Bob Smith, is an American comic book artist, notable as an inker with DC Comics and Archie Comics. Born in Aberdeen, Washington, Smith grew up in Grayland, Washington. After studies at Grays Harbor College, a community college in Aberdeen, he graduated in 1974 from Western Washington State College (now Western Washington University), where he took courses in drawing and painting. Shortly after relocating in New York in 1975, Smith entered mainstream comics. He worked for DC until 2001, inking numerous titles, including Star Trek, Secrets of Haunted House, Green Lantern, The Huntress, Who's Who in the DC Universe, Detective Comics and Black Canary, while also working on DC style guides. Smith is still involved with the inking of Archie comic books; written by Craig Boldman.
Danica Mae McKellar was born on January 3, 1975. She is an American actress, author and education advocate. She is best known for her role as Winnie Cooper in the television show The Wonder Years, and later as author of the two New York Times bestsellers, Math Doesn't Suck: How to Survive Middle-School Math without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail, and Kiss My Math: Showing Pre-Algebra Who's Boss, both of which encourage middle-school girls to learn mathematics. Her third math book, Hot X: Algebra Exposed, will be published later in 2010. McKellar studied at UCLA, and majored in mathematics.