Comic Books, TV
TV, Comic Books
The Buy Pile
In Your Face Jam
Comics Should be Good
Oct 08, 14:34pm
Oct 08, 14:23pm
Oct 08, 13:57pm
Oct 08, 13:56pm
Oct 08, 13:52pm
Oct 08, 13:49pm
Oct 08, 13:44pm
Oct 08, 13:39pm
Oct 08, 13:15pm
Archie’s Rock ‘n’ Rollers had released “Sugar, Sugar” as a be-bop record…
Now I can’t help but picture Jughead singing “Scatman.”
What kind of rock band has a guy on clarinet?
the only kind worth listening to
Been there, done that, got the original cast album…
I know Reggie’s an obnoxious jerk ‘n’ all…
But, why is he still playing the drums?
Reggie is FREAKING ME OUT on that cover. Look at that manic gleam. He’s either about to stab Jughead through the eye with a drumstick or is in the process of releasing the world’s most toxic fart.
>>What kind of rock band has a guy on clarinet?
Dunno … but *saxophones* rock. See (or rather, hear) X-Ray Spex’s “Oh Bondage, Up Yours,” one of the greatest slabs of vinyl ever released.
And I say that as someone who tends to hate horns. (The Saints’ 2nd LP, “Eternally Yours,” is an obvious exception, as is the entire, tragically small oeuvre of The Redskins, the greatest Marxist skinhead soul band ever.)
RE: Clarinets in rock bands
Archie Andrews is a good Jewish boy, so he plays the clarinet. Oy.
This cover reminds me of that old kids in the Hall sketch
Reggie is the John Bonham of comic book characters.
Dan Bailey wrote:
The Redskins, the greatest Marxist skinhead soul band ever.
Ooh, cool. I just added them to my wants on Musicboomerang.com . For some reason Marxist bands are often surprisingly good (the Housemartins, Consolidated).
Email Address: (not published)
Comics Should Be Good accepts review copies. Anything sent to us will (for better or for worse) end up reviewed on the blog. See where to send the review copies.
Home | News | Columns | Reviews | Video | Blogs | Forums | Find A Comic Shop
© 1995-2015 Comic Book Resources. All Rights Reserved.
Report a Bug | Advertising | Contact