His introduction raises the question of whether Riverdale's Sweet Pea is in the Archie comics the show is inspired by. Sweet Pea has only been in the series as of the third episode of this season, so viewers have yet to glean much information about the brooding Serpent lackey. But a quick perusal through the comics should dredge up more context, right? Alas, Sweet Pea isn't from the original Archie universe, which means it's difficult to discern many details about who he is or what his story line may be as Season 2 unfolds. Thus far, he comes across as a fiercely loyal but hot-headed Serpent member. It's possible he's used to being underestimated: Twitter users have already begun to poke fun at his name , and if that's the case in Riverdale , too, that could be what lights his short fuse.
Riverdale Cast vs. Archie Comic Photos - Riverdale Actors in Real Life
Of all the original characters in Riverdale who are not based on any preexisting characters from Archie Comics, Sweet Pea is arguably the most popular. Portrayed by Jordan Connor, the teenage classmate of Jughead Jones and prominent biker gang member debuted in Season 2 and has been a recurring character in The CW the series ever since. Now, CBR is breaking down this original character and looking at how he developed from what was originally intended to be a temporary recurring character to a high-profile figure in the second and third seasons of Riverdale. When Jughead transfers to Southside High, he encounters his father's old gang, the Southside Serpents, still very much active with many of their own as students at the overcrowded and underfunded high school.
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Essentially every character yes, including the dogs! Some look on point. Take a look at what each actor looks like compared to both the Riverdale and comics versions of their characters.
The following is a list of characters in the Archie Comics universe. Licensed characters like Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man are not included in this list. The character Archie Andrews was created by John L. Within the context of the strip and the larger series that grew out of it, Archie is a typical teenage boy, attending high school, participating in sports, and dating. He is extremely brave and accident-prone and many of his actions, however well-intentioned, inadvertently harm the people he tries to help.