SNEAK PEEK: JUGHEAD’S TIME POLICE #2

Reunited, and it feels so good…

Hey, Jughead’s Time Police — the reboot of the ’90s series — is in full swing, with Issue #2 due out July 17.

In the new issue — by Sina Grace, Derek Charm, Matt Herms and Jack Morelli — Jughead makes his way to the 29th century, where he meets up with his time-crossed gal pal, January McAndrews, descendant of his best buddy. (The fan-fave love interest showed up at the end of Issue #1 — pick it up!)

Anyway, this Monday — June 24 — is final order cutoff and we’ve got a SNEAK PEEK at some unlettered pages that give you a taste of what’s in store:

Main cover by Derek Charm

Variant by Erica Henderson

Variant by Rosario “Tito” Pena

I like how the 29th century is pretty much a cross between the Legion of Super-Heroes and an ’80s music video.

Because that’s pretty much how I imagine it.

Anyway, here’s the official solicitation info, followed by a helpful graphic provided by the Archie folks to help make sure you don’t miss the issue:

JUGHEAD’S TIME POLICE #2 (of 5)

Journey with Jughead to the 29th Century! January McAndrews, head of the Time Police, explains the rules of time travel, and how Jughead’s already created alternate timelines they now have to police. But all the praise in the world isn’t fixing Jughead’s pie problem, and he’s realizing that everyone seems to be intentionally keeping him from time traveling. He’s getting angry, and things haven’t even gotten weird yet!

Script: Sina Grace
Art: Derek Charm, Matt Herms, Jack Morelli
Cover: Derek Charm
Variant Covers: Erica Henderson, Rosario “Tito” Peña
On Sale Date: 7/17
32-page, full color comic
$3.99 U.S.

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Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Seems like the 3 bad-girl villains are analogs for the three future thugs that Jughead and January fought in the original JTP story from Archie Giant Series 590. The original thugs (male) also sported a lightning bolt motif on their futuristic outfits. Nice touch!

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