No Respect for Deadlines in This Week's Betty & Veronica #2

Jughead is on a special assignment for his new gig as a reporter in this week's issue of Betty & Veronica. He's doing a profile on Betty, who's busy building houses for the less fortunate. But before Jughead can get some good photos for the article, Betty suddenly bounces…

No Respect for Deadlines in This Week's Betty & Veronica #2

Why? Well, it might have something to do with the fact that Archie has shown up and begun posing shirtless at the job site.

No Respect for Deadlines in This Week's Betty & Veronica #2

And with Archie's new secret girlfriend, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, things have gotten a little weird between Archie and Betty.

No Respect for Deadlines in This Week's Betty & Veronica #2

Awkward!

But still, she shouldn't have left Jughead hanging like that. We know what it's like to be under deadline, working desperately to crank out clickbait comic book news articles before time runs out and all the other comic book news sites get to it first. Speaking of which, gotta run and see who's posting what on Twitter

Betty & Veronica #2 hits stores on Wednesday.

Betty & Veronica #2 (of 5)
(W) Jamie L Rotante (A) Kelly Fitzpatrick (A/CA) Sandra Lanz
BRAND NEW SERIES! "Senior Year, Pt. 2: Fall" – The girls are under stress from their parents and peers-Veronica's parents want her to attend their alma mater in New York; Betty's parents are stressing out over the cost of college. Betty and Veronica start to grow apart because of their new hobbies and interests, as they find it harder and harder to make the time to see each other. But the two know that one thing will bring them together: Riverdale's Halloween party.
In Shops: Jan 30, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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