Fernando Ruiz & Craig Boldman
Since 1978, Craig Boldman has been a professional cartoonist, working for greeting card companies such as Hallmark and American Greetings. He broke into comics in 1985 as a writer for DC Comics's "Superman," and went on to write for "Bazooka Joe," "Disney's Doug," and many other comics and shows. He began writing for "Archie" in 1992, and continues to work on both this and the Jughead comics for Archie Comics Publication. Working in conjunction with him is Henry Scarpelli, who began by designing sales brochures and ads. His first professional work as a comic book artist was for comic adaptations of shows like "Get Smart" and "Bewitched," and he went on to work for a variety of major comic book publishers. He was then offered the job of taking over as the artist of the "Archie" newspaper comic from cartoonist Dan DeCarlo, and currently draws both the daily and Sunday strips.