RICH REVIEWS: Archie’s Funhouse Comics Double Digest # 28
Title: Archie’s Funhouse Comics Double Digest # 28
Publisher: Archie Comics
Script: Dan Parent, George Gladir, Bob Bolling, Stephen Oswald
Pencils: Pat & Tim Kennedy, Jeff Shultz, Stan Goldberg, Bob Bolling, Joe Staton
Inks: Bob Smith, Al Nickerson, Rudy Lapick, Jon D’Agostino
Letters: Jack Morelli, Phil Felix, Bill Yoshida
Colors: Glenn Whitmore, Barry Grossman, Tito Pena & Joe Morcigilo
Cover: Bill Galvan
Price: $ 4.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: “Every Day Is Sundae” Pop makes a great Sundae than goes on Sundae Wars a TV show. All heck breaks loose on it. The story though needed a more solid ending.
“Fuel Folly” Being economical and using less gas and smaller cars makes sense. It is just Ronnie that does not. Even when she gets what she wants she is not happy with it.
“Wonder Realm Part Four” Archie, Jughead and Betty are having a weird video game adventure. Veronica and Reggie are there too. Now they all get to battle, strange creatures. This is a cyber adventure with high excitement. They go to face the Black Knight. To get to him they must go through countless dangers. The art looks wonderful in Wonder Realm. Nice bright colors and great designs on the creatures.
“Helping Hound” Aw poor Hot Dog his heart was in the right place. Just his timing is off. It is nice to see Hot Dog featured in a story.
“Perfect Pitch” Jughead does have some good ideas and he also has some bad ones. Here we see the hilarious results of a bad one. Poor Jughead just trying to help.
“A Better Batter” Bingo’s Uncle Herman can sure hit a baseball. You will not believe how good he is. Poor Mr. Smythe. It is fun watching Bingo try to hit the baseball.
These stories and the much more within these pages will bring you tons of fun and entertainment. Archie is just an average American teen who happens to be the funniest guy around.