For several months now, Archie Comics has been releasing Throwback tales throughout its Archie titles. In January, the publisher is bringing back even more of those tales.

A Throwback story is a new story told in the traditional Archie house style that are set firmly in the era featured in the collected editions.  The first of the new throwback stories arrives in Archie Milestones Digest #13 – Best of the 1960s.

Writer Tom DeFalco and artist Jeff Shultz show us what happens when The Archies are invited to play at the Woodstock Rock Festival… and wind up running late to their own performance!

“We had so much fun with the new stories in our 80th Anniversary Digest series and knew we had to find a way to continue that as we brought back the Milestones Digest series,” said Archie Comics Director of Publicity & Social Media Ron Cacace in a press release from Archie Comics. “Our fans have been asking for new stories set in their favorite eras for a while and we’re so happy we could make it happen!”

ARCHIE MILESTONES DIGEST #13: BEST OF THE 1960s
Script: Tom DeFalco
Art: Jeff Shultz, Jim Amash, Glenn Whitmore, Jack Morelli
Cover: Rex Lindsey
On Sale Date: 1/26
192-page, full color comic
$7.99 U.S.
THE ARCHIE MILESTONES DIGEST SERIES RETURNS with a NEW LEAD STORY! In “Woodstock Woes!” The Archies have been invited to appear at the most famous musical event in history—the Woodstock Rock Festival! However, getting there proves to be a problem and they’re worried they’ll be late and miss their time slot! Fortunately, Jughead’s got a plan: they’ll take a shortcut through the woods… what could possibly go wrong?! Then we continue celebrating Archie’s long-lasting legacy of 80+ years of publishing with a special retroactive look at some of the most important eras in Archie’s history! First up: the 1960s, the Silver Age of comics and the decade that brought us the birth of The Archies! Plus, stories from every decade of Archie. There’s something for fans of all ages!

via Archie Comics

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