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Let's Get Spooky with Sabrina

Let's Get Spooky with Sabrina

It's almost the spookiest time of year! We wanted to celebrate the season as well as the new TV show coming soon on Netflix, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, based on the Archie Comics series - so we created this limited-edition tee inspired by the classic Sabrina Spellman comic art from the archives! 

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Artist Interview: Audrey Mok

Artist Interview: Audrey Mok

This month's Artist series interview features talented Honk Kong based artist, Audrey Mok! Mok is known for illustrating empowered & stylish modern women in the web comic series 'Heroine Chic', as well as her work on the reboot of Josie and the Pussycats and the modern Archie comic series. She has also drawn Betty and Veronica and Sabrina the Teenage Witch, as seen on various covers across the Archie Comics catalog. Girl Power!   We especially love her attention to detail in style and fashion in her illustrations! Read below about how she got started drawing comic art and who her favorite Archie Comics characters to draw are!   Betty and...

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B&V Tattoos by Inkbox!

B&V Tattoos by Inkbox!

Have you ever wanted a Betty and Veronica tattoo? Well, now you can have one for only 2 weeks with our new Inkbox collection!

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Artist Interview: Eva Cabrera

Artist Interview: Eva Cabrera

Next up on our Artist Interview series is the talented Eva Cabrera! She has re-imagined Betty and Veronica for the VIXENS series, portraying the gals in a modern-yet-retro biker chick vibe! Eva is also the creator of the comic KIM&KIM, for which she has been nominated for an Eisner award. Eva was born in Xalapa, Veracruz - but currently lives in Los Angeles, California. She loves Coffee, video games and animals! Read about the inspiration behind her artwork for Betty and Veronica VIXENS below! BV: When did you first start drawing comic art? Eva Cabrera: Ever since I was a child I made up stories with my favorite characters...

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Artist Interview: Thomas Pitilli

Artist Interview: Thomas Pitilli

Artists have been at the core of everything we do here at Betty and Veronica, as Archie Comics have been wonderfully brought to life by many artists throughout the past several decades (since the 1940's to be exact!). 

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