She’s the creator of the hit HBO series, Girls, and we’ve seen her pasty white jugs flap around on-screen more times than anyone cares to count. When it comes to Lena Dunham, not much surprises us anymore.
But that was before she joined forces with our comic book friends Archie, Jughead, Betty, and Veronica.
That’s right, Dunham is diversifying her portfolio and writing a four-part story for Archie Comics. It’s scheduled to hit stores in 2015, when, presumably, Girls will be long dead from low ratings.
The collaboration was a no-brainer for Dunham, who was a big fan of Archie Comics as a kid. “I was an avid Archie collector as a child – conventions, first editions that I kept in plastic sleeves, the whole shebang,” she said in a statement. The storyline involves Archie and the gang as they deal with a new reality show filming in their hometown of Riverdale. No word yet if Betty or Veronica will participate in any gratuitous sex scenes.
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