ARCHIE DECADES: THE 1960s Collection Coming in 2023

A groovy, ginchy, go-go time…

You absolutely cannot go wrong with Archie Comics’ Decades collections and the next one up is Archie Decades: The 1960s, slated for March 2023.

The official solicitation info, which will be formally released by Archie Comics next week, is below.

But wait, there’s more! We also have an assortment of splash pages that will give you an excellent taste of what will be in this edition.

“Archie Comics has been around for eight decades, with each and every decade offering a unique reflection of pop culture, fads, and music,” said Archie Comics Editor-in-Chief Mike Pellerito. “We all have our favorites, but culturally the ’60s were one of a kind, and that is especially true for Archie, when the gang was on TV and charting high in music sales. This book is filled with some of the very best stories and art by the best-ever comics talent, including Harry Lucey, Dan DeCarlo, Frank Doyle, George Gladir, and so many more. This is one of those books that comics fans and pop culture history aficionados need to have.”

Agreed. Let’s get to it:


Journey back to the Silver Age with the Mirth of a Nation himself, Archie Andrews! Continue the 80th anniversary celebration of Archie Comics with this special retrospective collection! Archie shined bright in the 1960s when his standalone title proved to be interesting, hilarious, and unforgettable—and the dates were always double-booked! Decades features some of the iconic stories that cemented his lasting imprint on the world.

Script: Various
Art: Various
Cover: Bob White, Rosario “Tito” Peña
$10.99 US / $14.99 CAN
5 1/4 x 8”
224 pp, Full Color
Direct Market On-Sale Date: 3/22

And here are the splash pages that give you a glimpse of what’s inside:

Archie #107

Archie #107

Archie #109

Archie #114

Archie #114


— 13 Great DAN DeCARLO ARCHIE Covers, by MIKE PELLERITO. Click here.

— 13 COVERS: A Celebration of SUMMER, by the Gang at ARCHIE COMICS. Click here.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Groovy man! Who didn’t grow up with A.Andrews,V.Lodge B.Cooper, R Mantle, J.Jones, & Hotdog,Big Ethel ,Chuck,Moose & Midge, Pops,the School Staff….. [I could go on you know.]

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  2. I have only read the 60’s stories in reprints, but I truly believe this was the best era for Archie comics.

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  3. You might want to correct the headline.. It currently says the book was released in 2013.

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  4. Agreed. The 60s was a golden age, or should i say a silver age for Archie comics. DeCarlo, Lucey, Schwartz, Bolling, White et all were at the top of their games.

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