He is proud of his culinary talent. She cares deeply for the well-being of others and is always ready to help people with their problems. A list of the characters appearing in the Archie Comics. Frederick "Fred" Andrews, Archie's father who is pear-shaped, old-fashioned, and balding. Despite his quirks, he fits in well with the gang, who often rely on his brains. He is a portly, thinning-haired, mustachioed gentleman who can seem gruff but us basically good-hearted. Chuck's steady girlfriend. He first appeared in Veronica #202. Sarcastic, snarky and smart, Jughead is uninterested in girls, especially Big Ethel, who has a huge crush on him. Frequently appearing characters 1. Within the context of the strip and the larger series that grew out of it, Archie is a typical teenage boy, attending high school, participating in sports, and dating. Marmaduke "Moose" Mason is a muscular, handsome star athlete but is a poor student. He gets A's in every class except physical education and is the favorite student of most of his teachers, especially Professor Flutesnoot and Mr. Weatherbee. The company's many titles feature the fictional teenagers Archie Andrews, Jughead Jones, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, Reggie Mantle, Sabrina Spellman, and Josie and the Pussycats. Archie wikis Riverdale (CW show) Sabrina TheTeenage Witch (1996 show) Sabrina: The Animated Series Secrets of a Teenage Witch (2013 Animated show) Archie #1 Read about the new series by Mark Waid and Fiona Staples! He likes to pick on others, especially Jughead and Archie . Archie and the gang welcome first gay character, "Archie Comics Introduces Kevin Keller (Plus Archiecomics.com Exclusive Artwork)", "The Racial Politics of Riverdale: Why an Interracial Kiss Is Still a Big Deal", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Archie_Comics_characters&oldid=985315297, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Other, short-lived recurring teachers include, This page was last edited on 25 October 2020, at 07:28. Appears far less frequently than her husband, and rarely plays a significant role in most of the stories. Licensed characters like Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man are not included in this list. In the late 1930s, Archie creator Bob Montana joined other teens at the Chocolate Shop counter where he made sketches on napkins or in the diary-sketchbook he kept of Haverhill happenings. [1] he is always trying to get a date with Veronica but when they did date Veronica cheated on Reggie with Archie and he then dumps Veronica. Kevin's sexuality is not presented as controversial or stereotypical in the comics, keeping with Archie Comics' image of accepting diversity and inclusion. She has two siblings, a sister named Polly and a brother named Chic.[1]. Some stories have given Pop's real first name as Bob, Harold, or Thomas, and in one story, it was given as Clark, but the official Archie Comics website gives his name as Terry.[4]. Jughead often bails Archie out of trouble when he acts impulsively and rashly. The following is a list of characters in the Archie Comics universe. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The character Archie Andrews was created by John L. Goldwater, Bob Montana and Vic Bloom first appeared in a humor strip in Pep Comics #22 (December, 1941). A slim boy with a huge appetite. [5] Veronica was deeply attracted to him, but was initially unaware of his sexuality, so Jughead took advantage of this situation to avenge himself against Veronica for humiliating him. He has been a close friend of Archie's since his introduction. Archie Comic Publications, Inc., is an American comic book publisher headquartered in Pelham, New York. At the same time, he is also kind, sensitive and helpful toward his closest friends. She is mostly … She is well-aged, slim with white hair, and her personality alternates between harsh and motherly.[3]. Reggie is particularly attracted to her. [1], Veronica's father, and the richest man in all of Riverdale. Pop Tate is the self-designated philanthropist for the Archie gang, hearing about their problems while serving ice cream and a variety of other goodies. Diss Dress: A rock band appearing at the end of Moose and Midge: Breakup Blues. Read more > Archie Meets The Ramones In this exciting new special, Archie and the gang meet the legendary punk group. They are the live band playing at the Teen Machine Dance Club. A fairly common plot is Pop Tate closing his shop and trying to sell it, which results in Archie and his friends scrambling to save it, generally by reminding everyone about the memories they have of the store, and telling them that losing the store would be horrible. Interestingly, various "bookworm" characters shown before him in the comic books had many of his traits, and even his visual appearance. She is usually portrayed as an English teacher, though she is occasionally shown teaching other subjects. The school principal, popularly referred to as 'The Bee'. [1], Betty is the kind-hearted, caring, talented, and intelligent girl next door. A teacher at Riverdale High. Like many things in the Archie continuity, Pop Tate's history has inconsistencies. He often says "duh" at the beginning of sentences, and is possessive about his girlfriend Midge. He and Moose are best friends, despite their contrasting personalities. He is friends with Archie's gang. Tate constantly talks about how Jughead's appetite will provide for his retirement. He has a recurring role in The CW's Riverdale, played by Alvin Sanders. He is also known for being easily infatuated by the many girls he meets. The character of Pop Tate was inspired by the Greek immigrant owners of the three Haverhill, Massachusetts soda fountains frequented by Haverhill teenagers during the 1930s. Archie's main rival, particularly for Veronica's affections. She gets along well with most of her classmates no matter their financial status. Initially a shy loner, he came out as one of the most popular students in school. [1], Moose's girlfriend who is often frustrated with his jealousy and lack of intelligence but still loves him dearly. Kevin's closest friends in Riverdale are Veronica and Jughead, along with Wendy and William, friends from a previous school. Betty and Veronica Double Digest Magazine Vol 1 185, Betty and Veronica Double Digest Magazine Vol 1 26, https://archiecomics.fandom.com/wiki/Comic_Characters?oldid=17902. Hiram Lodge, Veronica's rich father; who often dreads meeting Archie due to Archie's clumsiness and knack for causing him trouble. Hermione Lodge, Veronica's mother. She is a spendthrift, quite spoiled and vain, but is friendly, compassionate, caring, selfless, and generous. Veronica (sometimes called Ronnie or Ron by her close friends) is a very rich girl, the daughter of the super wealthy multi-billionaire and business tycoon and industrialist Hiram Lodge. He's a multi-billionaire and is one of the richest men in the world. Jughead has been known to run his tab as long as possible, and put off paying it until Pop refuses any more credit. Many stories reflect the fact that his customers, particularly Jughead, don't always pay their tab. Pop's shop has changed little over the years, and it still boasts a jukebox and old-time soda fountain. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020; Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games; Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games; Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games Cheryl Blossom: A lonely teenage girl, who lost her brother, and attemps to hide her sadness by being the: self-obsessed, lip eating maniac, but really, inside all she needed was a good friend. In some stories, Archie seems to prefer Betty over Veronica. A former United States Marine known for being obese and bald, he is often a victim of Archie's clumsiness, which often puts the latter in detention. 3. The character Archie Andrews was created by John L. Goldwater, Bob Montana and Vic Bloom first appeared in a humor strip in Pep Comics #22 (December, 1941). He often spoils her despite his attempts at trying to prevent Veronica from letting her wealth and privilege turn her into a typical spoiled rich kid. [1], A tall, stringy, somewhat dorky but goodhearted teenager who always tries to win over Jughead, albeit unsuccessfully. Mary Andrews, Archie's typical all-American suburban mother. Nancy enjoys sports, fashion, cheerleading and journalism, and is a close friend of the other girls. She is romantically obsessed with Archie but usually ends up playing second fiddle to her best friend and romantic rival Veronica Lodge. He has a younger sister named Jellybean.[1]. Hiram is a good, caring yet strict father towards Veronica. Li'l Jinx 7. She rarely gets along with Jughead Jones due to his lazy demeanor, though occasionally they set aside their differences, albeit usually to get Archie out of trouble. Archie’s other love interests include Cheryl Blossom and Valerie Smith of Josie and the Pussycats. But some stories say that Pop opened the business himself. He tolerates Archie, however, because he knows of Archie's more redeeming qualities, and allows his daughter to date whom she chooses.[1]. One particular comic had the owner of the block giving an eviction notice to Pop to vacate the store in a week so he could build a 12-screen movie theater. These were the Crown Confectionery and the Chocolate Shop on Merrimack Street and the Tuscarora on Winter Street. This fact earned him a great deal of attention in American comic media. Less frequently appearing characters 1. He is a very talented athlete and enjoys cartooning for fun. In the 2000s, his main rival was Segarini, the pizza parlor owner, a minor but recurring character. Jughead is Pop Tate's best customer. Little Jinx is an Archie Comics character introduced in 1947. However, she is often annoyed with his paying more attention to his hobbies than her. [6] Kevin is an aspiring journalist, with many hobbies including collecting comics and competitive eating. She was a mischievous little girl who had various misadventures with her father and various friends. Portrayed as plain and gawky in appearance, she has many close friends and leads an active social life.[1]. This material served as a source for Montana when he launched Archie. Terry "Pop" Tate is the owner and manager of the Chok'lit Shoppe, an ice cream parlor and frequent hangout of Archie's Gang. Category:Archie Comics characters - MMKB, the Mega Man Knowledge Base - Mega Man 10, Mega Man X, characters, and more Archie Comics Wiki is a FANDOM Comics Community. Despite this, he’s able to form friendships with girls, such as Betty. [2] He is dimwitted and can be easily manipulated by others, particularly Reggie. He is extremely brave and accident-prone and many of his actions, however well-intentioned, inadvertently harm the people he tries to help. [1], A highly intelligent nerd and inventor. Though they are ultimately good friends, he often taunts Archie and does not understand why girls prefer to date him. Dilton—named as such—debuted in the Archie daily comic strip in 1948 and moved to the comic books in 1950. He is not especially interested in dating and is shy around girls, though he has shown interest in a few girls in the series. The first openly gay character in Archie Comics. In one installment of the series, it was revealed that Pop's dad was the original "Pops," while as a child he served at his side under the moniker "Junior." He has two younger sisters, his father is a retired Army Colonel and his mother is a housewife. Boys cannot even talk to her without incurring Moose's wrath. She does not take an interest in other boys, being devoted to Chuck alone. He will beat up anyone (particularly Reggie) who upsets him or even talks to Midge, the latter being a point of friction between the couple. 2. In a comic centered on Pop, it was shown that he has a cousin named Russell, who runs a similar soda shop in the mountains. Attempts at times for Pop to "modernize" the shop have all failed; and Pop's has retained its old-fashioned ice cream parlor atmosphere. Like her best friend Betty, she is romantically obsessed with Archie and constantly competes for his affection, usually winning over Archie’s affections. His love triangle between Betty and Veronica form the most common Archie stories. She has a passion for writing and is a good student, detective and auto mechanic. She is known to be the richest girl in Riverdale. Forsythe Pendleton "Jughead" Jones III, is Archie's best friend since childhood. This has allowed him to capitalize on nostalgia. In reality however, she does not often show interest in other boys. As he and the gang go through stuff in the basement of the shop, they find enough evidence that the building is a historical landmark, which saves the shop and forces the land owner to build only a 6-screen theater. In still another comic, he purchased it as a young man from the retiring owner McGurk. He also is known to be dyslexic. He always dreads meeting Archie due to Archie's clumsiness and knack for causing him trouble. He is highly vain and conceited, thinks he can date anyone he wants, and expects everyone to think the world of him. Hiram is usually portrayed as being an industrialist and he's the CEO of his multi-billionaire dollar company Lodge Industries. He almost always wears his trademark whoopee cap. He is often, however, quite helpful and friendly to students.[3].

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