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Laughing SquidA daily dose of unique art, culture and technology.by Brian Heater at 11:22 AM on April 8, 2014 Issue 36 of Life With Archie will mark the death of the iconic redheaded comic character. Due out in July, the double-sized issue finds Archie Andrews meeting his maker while “sacrificing himself heroically.” The followup issue will explore the Riverdale gang’s reactions to the event.We’ve been building up to this moment since we launched Life With Archie five years ago, and knew that any book that was telling the story of Archie’s life as an adult had to also show his final moment.The death of its titular protagonist is the latest in a series of high profile events in the Archie Comics world, including a 2009 storyline in which Archie married both Betty and Veronica in separate issues and 2010’s introduction of Kevin Keller, Riverdale’s first openly gay character.image via Archie ComicsFollow on Facebook + Twitter and Subscribe by EmailIn addition to this blog, Laughing Squid is also an independently owned web hosting company with a focus on hosting WordPress blogs. The revenue from our hosting services helps support this blog.Our hosting plans start out at $4 per month. If you are interested in hosting with us, you can sign-up here. If you know of anyone who needs WordPress hosting, please send them our way. Thanks!Powered by Laughing Squid Web Hosting, WordPress VIP and coffee. © 1995-2017 Laughing Squid LLC, all rights reserved. Follow Laughing Squid Facebook | Twitter | Flipboard | Feedly | RSS Privacy Policy(function (w,d) {var loader = function () {var s = d.createElement("script"), tag = d.getElementsByTagName("script")[0]; s.src = "//cdn.iubenda.com/iubenda.js"; tag.parentNode.insertBefore(s,tag);}; if(w.addEventListener){w.addEventListener("load", loader, false);}else if(w.attachEvent){w.attachEvent("onload", loader);}else{w.onload = loader;}})(window, document);



Rosanne Barr  (American Broadcasting Companies, Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images) Michael Fishman  (Courtesy Everett Collection, Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for TV Land) Sara Gilbert  (Courtesy Everett Collection, Jason Merritt/Getty Images) Fifteen years ago, one of TV’s most iconic sitcoms taped its last laugh. “Roseanne” was about a regular family with regular problems, like the time Becky farted during her student council meeting. At the same time, “Roseanne” also handled issues like addiction and domestic violence with wit and warmth. Our friends at Snakkle.com track down the stars of the show to see where they are today.PHOTOS: See all 22 pics in “‘Roseanne’ Stars: Where Are They Now?”Roseanne Barr: Working-class hero Roseanne revolutionized the role of women in comedy with the creation of her titular series in 1988. Roseanne Conner was smart, witty, political, and opinionated—all without being a 5’10” blonde bombshell. In real life, Roseanne continues to be outspoken in her comedy and other ventures. She is also one of the first women in TV comedy to secure the title of Executive Producer on almost every project she worked on --going back to 1990. In 2011, Barr produced starred in the reality series “Roseanne’s Nuts,” and in 2012 announced her bid for the presidency. She didn’t win.Michael Fishman: The only other man in the house besides Dan (until baby Jerry came along), D.J. may have had more awkward moments than Darlene and Becky put together. Most recently, Fishman has been behind the camera, working with cameras and lighting. A longtime friend of Roseanne Barr in real life, he was spotted on an episode of “Roseanne’s Nuts” in 2011.PHOTOS: The Cast of “The Big Bang Theory” Before They Were StarsSara Gilbert Mistress of snark Darlene Conner took after her mother—she was quick with a one-liner but really was a big softie. Like her former “Roseanne” castmates Johnny Galecki and Laurie Metcalf, Darlene has appeared on “The Big Bang Theory,” but you can see her every day co-hosting ABC’s “The Talk.” Alicia “Lecy” Goranson: As the original Becky, Lecy Goranson did well in school, got a lot of boyfriends…and had a big butt--according to Darlene. In season 5, Goranson left the show to attend college at Vassar, but later returned in season 8. “Becky Number 2” back then was played by today’s “Scrub” star Sarah Chalke who seamlessly stepped in. Recently, Goranson has been spotted on “Law & Order: SVU, Fringe,” 2011’s “Naked in a Fishbowl” and landed a small part on 2012 TV series  “Damages.”PHOTOS: Big Hollywood Stars Who Used to Be Tomboys in School!Ron White's UGLY splitMeet JLaw's MUCH older beauBourdain: I'd poison TrumpEx reveals truth about PrattRowling RIPPED over TrumpCarrie's shocking autopsy results'Bachelor' twins shockHow Drew recoveredThis material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2017 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.





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