Archie and his pals are headed quite a long way from Riverdale, with the comics set for an upcoming Bollywood movie adaptation.
Archie has a reputation for being a friendly, high school chum, but on Riverdale, it's the chump moments that stand out the most.
Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy are on their way to the world of Archie comics, finding fights (and friendship) with Betty and Veronica.
In response to the trolls attacking Marvel Editor Heather Antos online, Marvel, DC, and Archie Comics have shown their solidarity.
Jughead is one of the most iconic comic characters of all time, but he's got plenty of secrets hidden away that Riverdale hasn't yet explored.
Archie Comics signs a production deal with Warner Bros. TV that could lead to Riverdale spinoffs and more series based on the publisher's characters.
The dark tone of The CW's upcoming Archie-based series Riverdale fits in with the classic comic publisher's 2015 relaunch.
From fighting a Sharknado to fending off zombies in Riverdale, we take a look at the craziest Archie stories of all time.
Archie Comics has a long history of experimenting when it comes to alternate worlds and realities for Archie & the gang to explore.
The CW reveals the official Riverdale synopsis, Damien is cancelled, USA releases a new Shooter trailer, AMC debuts new Preacher promos and more.
According to early buzz for the pilot of The CW's Archie adaptation, Riverdale, Greg Berlanti's newest comic series will get a series order.
New photos from the set of The CW's Riverdale pilot feature sights from Archie Andrews' hometown, including Pop's Chock'lit Shoppe.
Get your first look at actor K.J. Apa as Archie Andrews during a lunch break on the set of The CW Archie comic book TV adaptation, Riverdale.
This week The CW pilot Riverdale cast the roles of Archie Andrews, Veronica Lodge, Cheryl Blossom, and Josie of Josie and the Pussycats.
Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica and friends head to TV for a 'subversive' new take on classic teen comic characters for The CW.
No comic book is safe from producer Greg Berlanti, adding Archie Comics' 'Riverdale' to a slate already filled by 'Arrow,' 'The Flash' and 'Supergirl.'
'Archie Comics' fans will soon get to see their hero on the big screen in Warner Bros' live-action adaptation of the series - directed by 'Pitch Perfect' helmer Jason Moore.