Nov 9, 2018
Bryce is joined by librarian Carla Iacchelli and the official "comics correspondent of Overdue Finds" Amie Wright as they explore everything Archie and the entire Riverdale universe. They look at how the series has changed since it was first introduced in 1941 to include everything from comics and TV shows to some crazy crossovers. Carla and Amie share why Riverdale is a guilty pleasure must watch and Bryce shares a comics storyline where Archie picks up a rather controversial part-time job. PLUS, we also have an interview that Bryce and Amie did with Archie Comics artist Dan Parent near the end of the episode.
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Our next episode will be available on November 23rd. Bryce and Kate Gibson will be chatting with Edmonton author Michael Hingston about his new short story advent calendar and his book about Calvin and Hobbes called "Let's Go Exploring".