George Gladir is an American comic book writer, primarily known for his work with Archie Comics, he co-created Sabrina the Teenage Witch, with artist Dan DeCarlo. He became a full-time comic book writer in 1959, doing one-page gag fillers for Archie Comics Archie's Joke Book and other titles. His first confirmed credit is the gag page "Sign Language", drawn by Dan DeCarlo, in Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica #59
Best of the Eighties / Book #2by George Gladir
The 80s were a decade filled with bright neon colors and innovations in trends and technology! Flashback to a time where detectives didn't were socks, fast cars talked in British accents and 8-bit was cutting edge! Get ready for a totally tubular time with Archie and he Gang!
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