In addition to his day to day duties as an editor/production manager at Archie Comics, Stephen Oswald is an accomplished writer whose sense of humor and nods to popular culture bring enjoyment and a sense of familiarity to anyone who reads his writing. He has written a few stories for Archie Comics which have appeared in a variety of digest and double digest titles, as well as a handful of Archie daily and Sunday newspaper strips. He has an affinity for hamburgers.
About Joe Staton
Staton started his work with Charlton Comics in 1971. Hired initially by Roy Thomas to work for Marvel, Staton was then brought by Paul Levitz to work on DC Comics' revival of the Justice Society of America in All Star Comics. Staton also found time to work on Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes, the 1970s revival of the Doom Patrol in Showcase, and the Metal Men. In 1979, Staton began a two and a half year run on Green Lantern, during which he co-created the Omega Men with writer Marv Wolfman. He draws DC's Scooby Doo title for younger readers, as well as the more mature-themed Femme Noir for Ape Entertainment.
Archie: Cyber Adventures by Stephen Oswald, Illustrated by Joe Staton