Jughead, Vol. 1

Jughead, Vol. 1

Chip Zdarsky Erica Henderson / Dec 09, 2019


  • Title: Jughead, Vol. 1
  • Author: Chip Zdarsky Erica Henderson
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  • Page: 361
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  • IN THE GRAND TRADITION OF COMIC BOOK REBOOTS LIKE ARCHIE 1, ARCHIE COMICS PROUDLY PRESENTS JUGHEAD 1 FROM THE COMICS DREAM TEAM OF CHIP ZDARSKY Howard the Duck AND ERICA HENDERSON The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Riverdale High provides a quality education and quality hot lunches, but when one of those is tampered with, JUGHEAD JONES swears vengeance Well, I mean, heIN THE GRAND TRADITION OF COMIC BOOK REBOOTS LIKE ARCHIE 1, ARCHIE COMICS PROUDLY PRESENTS JUGHEAD 1 FROM THE COMICS DREAM TEAM OF CHIP ZDARSKY Howard the Duck AND ERICA HENDERSON The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Riverdale High provides a quality education and quality hot lunches, but when one of those is tampered with, JUGHEAD JONES swears vengeance Well, I mean, he doesn t swear This is still Archie Comics after all.

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      • Chip Zdarsky Erica Henderson

        Chip Zdarsky is a Canadian comic book artist and journalist He was born Steve Murray but is known by his fan base as Chip Zdarsky, and occasionally Todd Diamond He writes and illustrates an advice column called Extremely Bad Advice for the Canadian national newspaper National Post s The Ampersand, their pop culture section s online edition He is also the creator of Prison Funnies and Monster Cops.Source.


    1. I love this new Jughead series! Following on the fantastic reboot of Archie by Mark Wade (and originally with Fiona Staples), Jughead follows my favorite (stoner) Archie character through his adventures and vivid dreams (superheros, pirates, etc) as he and the Archie gang hang out at Pop's and save Riverdale High from the evil new Principal Stenger! The artwork by Erica Henderson is fun and the storyline (complete with some funny editorial comments) by Chip Zdarsky is entertaining cover to cover [...]

    2. Jughead Jones! Let me love you! All of us be like and he's Jughead's what tumblr dreams are made of. He's Archie's best friend, he's charismatic, resourceful, has literature infused (day) dreams, which are always entertaining and he likes to eat, burgers mostly. To be completely honest, Jughead's so much more interesting than Archie. His personality (and his pointy nose) is shining through every panel. I love Jughead Jones for representing the ace community. I'm praying his character on the Rive [...]

    3. I absolutely LOVE Jughead. I always have and I always will. He is honestly such a relatable character and I was so excited to finally pick this up.Each issue within this bind-up contains a little mini dream sequence. These moments were a little strange at first and slightly hard to get used to, but eventually I ended up really enjoying them. This was a really fun and fast paced read and I'm glad I finished right on time for volume 2!P.S. I LOVE THAT THEY MENTION THAT JUGHEAD IS ASEXUAL. Hey CW/N [...]

    4. I learned a thing!There's a great joke in this book about Jughead's name, and it got me thinking. "What is a jug, anyway?"I found out. It's not that exciting. It's a cup but different.But THEN I found out how Jughead got his name!Okay, here we go.You know that crown he wears? Well, in the original comics, it wasn't a crown. It was a button beanie. I read a great article about it (linked below), but basically, when a grown-up was done wearing a hat, like an old fedora or some crap, a kid would ta [...]

    5. Silly almost to the point of stupidity. Which is, I guess, an appropriate enough tone for a Jughead book to take. I'm not entirely sure how I liked it. I guess I could have done without the extended fantasy segments, but the rest was kind of fun.

    6. While not quite as mind-blowing as the recent "Archie" relaunch, a great creative team coupled with an interesting character and decent writing/story means a great start to the new Jughead series!Highly recommended.

    7. 4.5 starsIntroduction: After I had finished reading “Archie Volume One: The New Riverdale,” I figured that Archie Comics was going to do a reboot on one of their most beloved characters “Jughead!” So of course, I was on board with picking up the reboot of everyone’s favorite crazy and food obsessed weirdo in Chip Zdarsky’s take on “Jughead Volume One!”What is this story about?It is an ordinary day in Riverdale until Mr. Weatherbee, the principal of Riverdale High, is suddenly bei [...]

    8. This was a fun take on the character. As with Mark Waid's Archie, this is not intended to replace the iconic character, just be an interesting reinvention. It definitely delivers on that.Once you get over how different everyone looks, this is pretty fun. All the usual suspects are here: Archie, Betty, Reggie, Mr. Weatherbee, etc. A new principal arrives at Riverdale High and it's up to Juggie and the gang to restore the status quo. Zdarsky writes with wit and verve and his Jughead is every bit t [...]

    9. Surprisingly excellent. Chip Zdarsky's irreverent, bizarre humour matches the Riverdale world well, and he's used the original comic format of lots of short stories to intersperse non-canon (probably) short arcs amid the longer arc. The longer arc in this one, btw, is that their high school has been taken over by a spy school, disrupting Jughead's very important nap and meal time. Anyways it's hilarious, it's well done on a technical level that I wasn't quite expecting, and gotta appreciate that [...]

    10. I absolutely adored this. It was so freaking funny and clever. And all the pop culture references and spoofs were so spot on and creative. This was much needed as a break in the middle of my stressful week.[image error]

    11. I have plenty of memories of reading Archie Comics Digest as a kid - mostly when I went to the cottage for the summer, I'd find stacks of those next to the Reader's Digest and dog-eared copies of Chatelaine. (It's a polite Canadian women's magazine you philistines. Look it up.)So I don't have any memory of the paranoid delusional aspect of Jughead's personality. Which is a damned shame, because this dude I get *implicitly*. Don't like classes? Check. Sleeping at all hours? Check. Video games and [...]

    12. Wish I could rate this one higher, but it seemed to fall apart there at the end. Still amusing, and I absolutely love Erica Henderson's characters. Zdarsky is a bit of a hit or miss for me, and I felt the first half was stronger than the somewhat lackadaisical and overly ironic second half. Jughead is portrayed as a likeable hero-that-no-one-thinks-is-hero, and is almost a rebellious anti hero and not just a mischievous little troublemaker who gets into his own shenanigans. Other characters seem [...]

    13. I wanted to like this book so bad. Zdarsky is fun and Henderson's art is amazing, but just noevery issue is just half Jughead zoning out into some weird dream or video game world. It's too bad really because the parts that actually take place in real life are fun and rather compelling.

    14. This was awesome, unadulterated fun that you could hand to a 10-year-old or someone much older, and if they have a sense of humor at all, they will enjoy it. It's clever and funny and there's an actual story, and if you doubt that one of the people behind a comic called "Sex Criminals" should be trusted with America's favorite "whoopie cap" wearing slacker, well, a gentle hand has been employed, but so has a healthy dose of snark and brains.Do not question the Jughead. READ the Jughead.

    15. Laughed my head off with this one!Jughead Jones may I marry you? (in a strictly non-romantic sense of course)

    16. This was OK. It's what I would expect with Jughead. I kind of got tired of his dreams but all in all not bad. Looking forward to the next volume which features Sabrina

    17. Finished in one sitting, as do most people who read graphic novels. It was a lot of fun, but not my absolute favorite. Jughead is a highlight character for me in the Archie Universe, but sadly, this take on him wasn't the best. He stay's true to character and all, but I'm just not liking the fantastical day dreams. And don't get me started on the art some of the designs stink. Sorry no sorry.

    18. I love Jughead.And I could honestly stop this review right there and have this perfectly summed up in three words. And it's clear that the creative team (Chip Zdarsky and Erica Henderson, the latter being the artist of The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Volume 1: Squirrel Power and its sequels) love this burger-loving, whoopee cap wearing teen just as much as I've come too. It's ridiculous how much I've come to love Jughead Jones in such a short time, but the writing sucked me in after the visual loo [...]

    19. After the wildly successful Archie reboot, it was inevitable that there would be another book to go along side it. Enter Jughead, by Chip Zdarsky and Erica Henderson.When a new principal upends everything in Jug's life, it's up to him to save the dayif he can be bothered. Maybe. Interspersed into Jughead's insane antics as he tries to dethrone new Principal Stanger are various dream sequences that have Jughead doing everything from rejoining the Time Police to suiting up as a superhero alongside [...]

    20. I couldn't really get into this. Erica Henderson's art does nothing for me. To me, it's really not at a good enough level for more than self-published books. Zdarsky tries really hard to make Jughead hip and cool, but the book was just meh. The plot makes zero sense and the dream interludes are just boring. Get on with the story!

    21. "Teach a man to fish & he'll being home fish, which are gross. Teach a man to make burgers & he'll be the hero Gotham deserves or something." - Jughead.Best. Looking forward to more of this series!

    22. See more of my reviews on my blog the Book DeviantWith knowledge that the recent TV adaption of this comic (or was it the adaption of Archie? I don't know.) erased Jughead's aroace ID, I was a little wary going into this story. I didn't want to be disappointed, with Jughead, with the rep, or with the story. I realize that's a bit of a high bar, but I am getting tired of amisia in so many books.In all honesty, I only got one of those three things, and even though I got the most important, I sti [...]

    23. Just call me an acolyte of Jughead Jones!As I previously mentioned when I reviewed Archie, Vol. 1 by Mark Waid, I've never read anything Archie related. I have a friend who's an avid reader but me? Nope. However, I really liked Waid's reimagined interpretation of the Archie universe. Chip Zdarsky has written about, who I feel is the one of the best characters in the universe, Jughead Jones. Jughead has an incredibly insatiable appetite for food and wisdom in spades. I gravitated towards his Zen [...]

    24. An Eisner award for Best Humor? Really? Different strokes, I guessI wanted to like this. I did. I kept getting told I should read this because Jughead's asexual. That's nice, but representation doesn't equal quality, which this is sadly lacking.The story moves along in fits. The main plot is constantly interrupted by Jughead's daydream sequences that go nowhere, last too long, and are frankly pretty boring. didn't find any of it funny, and I know Chip Zdarsky can write better than this because I [...]

    25. Only Chip Zdarsky could mix these hilarious yet outlandish episodes that may or may not be happening in Jughead's mind while maintaining a story arc that's true to the original Archie comics. All the touch points are hit, like Jug's obsession with a certain food, with silliness and occasional winks and nods to the reader. Erica's Henderson's art lends a Saturday cartoon feel, playful and full of energy. Fun. This was fun.

    26. 3.5 StarsThis is the second of the Archie Comics reboots Ive read, the first being Archie. This one wasn't bad, but was a little silly. Each issue had a dream sequence where Jughead was a Spy, a superhero, a pirate, etc. which didn't seem to fit with the more modern theme. I think I was expecting more mature vs. more modern, but that was my mistake as they were never really marketed as being for older readers. Still an interesting and entertaining read, especially for fans of Archie Comics.

    27. Man, I love this book. A new principle moves in and changes everything in the school, including the menu! Jughead won't stand for that and exposes a darker conspiracy. This is great for any Archie fan, especially if you love Jughead. Far more depths are shown with his character and everything great about Riverdale is shown. I just wasn't a fan of the artwork.

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