Lodge as a self-made man who grew up in a poor part of Riverdale (who thus wants his daughter to study in a public high school to avoid making her a snob), while others depict the Lodge family as "old money" with a long history of wealth and a gallery of pictures of famous wealthy relatives.One comic's punchline ends, when Archie is trying to find out how Mr.
In certain strips, Betty does not mind being Archie's second choice as long as she gets a date with him sometimes, but in other strips she is insulted when Archie considers her a second choice and responds with either anger or sadness.Lodge gained his wealth with Veronica answering for him: "That's easy, when he married mom she was worth ,000,000 at the time." Reggie Mantle is usually portrayed as being part of the gang (as a character that's sometimes mean and rude, but deep down is really a good person), but in many other strips he is depicted as an outsider and is an antagonist of Archie and the gang.Similarly, Archie is sometimes depicted as a complete hopeless clutz of somewhat limited intelligence, while in other stories he is presented as being an extremely honest and good-hearted person, as well as being extremely moral (see the Christian comics produced in the 70's by Spire).In the 1970s and 1980s, the Archie characters were authorized for use in a series of Christian comic books written and drawn by Al Hartley for Spire Christian Comics.Aside from very basic characteristics, many of the characters' traits and even personalities can change from strip to strip, usually depending on the writer.Veronica and Betty also often go on dates with other boys that only appear once.
There are some similar inconsistencies regarding the source of the Lodge's wealth; some stories depict Mr.The enduring Archie legacy has spanned dozens of Archie titles, including spin-offs, digest collections, and magazines focused on particular characters. The Archie Andrews radio program debuted May 31, 1943 and ran on various networks until September 5, 1953.Some of the odder series feature Archie and his friends cast as superhero versions of themselves or playing spies in a parody of The Man from U. The "Archie" newspaper comic strip was launched in 1946, and was drawn by Bob Montana until his death in 1975.Then in 2010, he released his own single, called “If Eyes Could Speak”, on i Tunes, and the same year his second single came out, also on i Tunes, entitled “Sparks Will Fly”.During the next three years, Devon wrote 45 songs, and wanted to release an EP and an album; however, since 2010 he has released two Eps – “I Am” in 2013, “Here and Now” in 2016 – and an LP most recently, entitled “Prologue”, which have added a lot to his net worth.Often the gang will be seen on seemingly impromptu and convenient ski holidays.