If you are constantly looking for ways to adorn the walls of your Nerd Room of Doom, office, or the kids playroom, All Posters has announced it now has 165 new and vintage Archie Comics covers available as prints and wall murals.

“Archie Comics has been an iconic series in the comic world for generations, and we are pleased to see celebrated cover images transformed into high quality wall art reproductions on AllPosters.com,” said Jon Goldwater, co-CEO of Archie Comics.  “We invite all consumers to see how deftly these classic images are presented and explore the storied history of Archie over the past 70 years.  From classics to current imagery, the collection of art at AllPosters.com is truly impressive and a must-have for Archie and comic fans around the world.”

The prices range from $19.99 for 18×24-inch premium posters, all the way up to $124.99 for huge wall murals.  If the trio of Archie, Betty, and Veronica don’t do it for you, be sure to be on the look out for Josie and the Pussycats…

via All Posters

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  1. hectorbustnuts
    February 8, 2011 at 2:33 pm — Reply

    Hot damn! If I hadn’t just last week put up the Atari “Asteroids” Blik wall decals, I’d be on that Veronica wall mural like white on rice!

  2. February 8, 2011 at 4:19 pm — Reply

    Isn’t it a little weird that Veronica is suddenly shown in an Archie-version of a pin-up… when she’s only in high school.

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