Preview Life With Archie #16, Where Kevin Keller Gets Married

As promised last year, the issue of Life With Archie released tomorrow, #16, features the wedding of Kevin Keller, out soldier and war hero. (And as I hoped, the cover prominently features the event.)

Archie Comics has provided the following set of action-packed preview pages showing some of Kevin’s military career and how he met Clay Walker, his physical therapist and later boyfriend; click for larger versions. Although it wasn’t specified, the first set of pages is from the “Archie Marries Veronica” timeline, while the second is from the “Archie Marries Betty” version. Script is by Paul Kupperberg; art by Fernando Ruiz, Pat Kennedy, Tim Kennedy, Al Milgrom, and Bob Smith.

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6 Responses to “Preview Life With Archie #16, Where Kevin Keller Gets Married”

  1. Kenn Says:

    So Archie gets a different wife in each timeline, but Kevin is stuck with the same spouse in each case? Unfair!

  2. Errol Semple Says:

    Current and inclusive. Excellent. Thank you.

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