If you’d have told me that I’d be championing the virtue of a Nancy Drew comic book—for adult (and late teen) readers—I’d have likely diagnosed you with something. But here we are. It’s an excellent read, folks—without ever losing the original flavor and familiarity of the source characters and material, which is perhaps the team’s greatest accomplishment. (13/13)
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Death opens with an extended intro from the perspective of Joe Hardy as he grieves the loss of his would-be-if-he’d-ever-admitted-his-feelings-but-now-she’s-dead-so-he-can’t paramour. Seems the detecting damsel took on more than she could handle, at least in Joe’s eyes: while the rest of River Heights, including Nancy’s father and even his own brother, is convinced her death (by drowning, after her car flipped into the river) was an accident, Joe is certain she was murdered. And given Drew’s penchant for trouble—specifically, causing such for River Heights’ most notorious crooks, including the Syndicate responsible for the murder of Fenton Hardy (Joe and Frank’s father, as detailed in The Big Lie)—he might just be on to something.
Jughead: The Hunger #4 Archie’s Madhouse Written by Frank Tieri Art by Pat & Tim Kennedy (p1-10), & Joe Eisma (p11-20) Inks by bob smith (p1-10) Colors by Matt Herms Letters by Jack Morelli Available March 7th Who is Elena Cooper? Take a trip back through time to witness the history of the mysterious matriarch […]