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The iconic comic character will apparently meet a heroic yet bloody end in issue #36 of the five-year-old series called Life With Archie.

Hashtags including #Archie, #Archie RIP and #Archie Andrews have been trending on Twitter. Hashtags including #Archie, #ArchieRIP and #ArchieAndrews have been trending on Twitter.

Twitter has been abuzz since news of comic character Archie Andrew’s death was revealed on Wednesday (April 9).

The freckle-faced teenager, who has been fondly remembered as one of the most recognisable faces in American comics, will apparently meet a heroic yet bloody end in issue #36 of the five-year-old series called Life With Archie.

This has led to a wide range of reactions on Twitter. Hashtags including #Archie, #ArchieRIP and #ArchieAndrews have also been trending since the big news made headlines.

Both Bollywood and Hollywood celebrities joined the Tweeple in posting their shock and sadness at the demise of the comic Casanova.

TV actress Kavita kaushik, famous for her role of Chandramukhi Chautala in ‘FIR’, also tweeted: that’s horrible news ! “I’m a huge Archie fan I don’t want him to die ! Whatever happened to happily ever after …!!

Drew Carey @DrewFromTV : You can’t kill Archie! Arrgghhh RT @CNN: Farewell, Archie: Beloved comic book character to die”

However, this isn’t the last you will hear of Archie Andrews. Life With Archie is one of 16 publications that follow Archie’s life in fictional town, Riverdale. The other series including Riverdale High will continue as usual.

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