On the face of it, it seemed a dubious prospect, as I was becoming somewhat less interested in comics in general around this time. Read More. Oh, there was that one issue of Not Brand Echh , of course, as well as several issues of The Fox and the Crow aka Stanley and His Monster — and even a Dennis the Menace comic or two, fairly early on, which I opted not to write about here. Needless to say, I completely eschewed the teen humor genre — indeed, the only time I can remember even being vaguely interested in checking out the Archie Comics line circa was when the company briefly jumped on the superhero fad bandwagon, with their flagship character transformed into Pureheart the Powerful and so forth. So, why in the world would my twelve-year-old self, after more than four years of enjoying DC comics almost all of which were in the superhero genre and close to two years of the same with Marvel ditto — pretty much to the exclusion of anything else save, naturally, for Mad — suddenly succumb to the impulse to buy an Archie title?
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