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Showing Rating details. Sort order. Dec 29, Jennifer Hendzlik rated it liked it Shelves: A friend gifted me this when I was recovering from surgery and needed something light to read in small doses. This was perfect. Jun 17, Zen rated it liked it Shelves: She argues that Betty would be better in last place, because so many words rhyme with Betty that they could therefore create poems.
As an example, she recites "Break out the confetti!
Betty wheezes "Whew! The thought that they might be considered lovers has had a profound impact on her. While Veronica is unfazed and may even have intended the implication, Betty reacts with a veritable panic.
What are we to make of this sequence? Not entirely cognizant of the definitional boundaries of adult romantic relationships and friendships, children often confuse the two, ascribing romance to relationships that surely would not involve explicit erotic desire. If this sort of slippage is intended, Betty's reaction makes no sense. Instead, she must be aware that girls sometimes date girls, that she and Veronica could indeed "go steady.
An explanation may be found in Betty's longstanding characterization as an athletic type and a tomboy, at ease in the auto garages and workshops where she is gender-polarized as male; she is frequently advised that her heterosexual loves are stymied because she is too much like 'one of the guys. Indeed, she often demonstrates rather explicit same-sex interests. At the beach with Archie, she continuously points out attractive women: Doesn't she have a gorgeous body?
Perhaps the 'joke' in "Verse Than Ever" rang too true, highlighting a subtext in her relationship with Veronica that neither she nor the author could comfortably address.
He immediately brings Archie on stage, and the story switches to slapstick. But every text is open, every reading is fragmentary, every hegemony is ultimately incoherent. Even the most heteronormative boy-tom-between-girls text will see same-sex desire intrude in the form of a boy who walks off with his arm around another boy, or a girl who makes a 'joke' about going steady with her best friend.
We can never conclude definitively that Jughead is in love with Archie, or that he is not, or that Veronica is in love with Betty, or that she is not. The characters exist only as lines and squiggles on a page; their thoughts, their goals, their desires must be articulated through generic conventions and intertextual references. And it is in that articulation that we can find queer spaces even at Riverdale High. Archie Comics Website.
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A horrific accident sets off a series of grim events and Sabrina the Teenage Witch must try to repair the unspeakable evil her spell has unleashed. When he performs a despicable and frightening act in front of everyone at the Halloween dance, tensions start to rise and fears begin to mount — who will be next to join Jughead in the Afterlife?
And what about those who are already infected? What does a man do when he can no longer face the world, yet still wants to do good? He puts on a hood….
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Familiar faces return in new and unexpected ways in this must-read 1 issue! Find out in this exciting and remarkable first issue! The new school year continues to bring with it daunting new challenges and interesting changes for the teens of Riverdale High.
Fortunately, a mysterious new building in Riverdale is offering some career opportunities for Archie and his friends. Find out in the second issue of this all-new Archie series! Why has he chosen the quaint town of Riverdale, USA as his base of operations? And how is he going to use the teens of Riverdale High to further his political aspirations? Find out all the answers to these important questions in the third issue of the biggest comics sensation of the season!
The biggest comic series of the year continues! And can the smartest boy in Riverdale fix it? The spotlight is on Dilton and Moose as, together, they show what friendship is really all about! The biggest comic series of the year presses on! Betty and Jughead have declared war on Veronica over the heart and soul of Archie Andrews! Who should you be rooting for? You might just be surprised by the answer!