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Jetta Raye Adventures...

In 1953, artist Dan DeCarlo (best known for his classic work on Archie) created a futuristic comedy comic book nearly a decade before The Jetsons debuted. Called Jetta, the series only lasted for three issues. The comics were numbered 5, 6, and 7 in an effort to generate an artificial longevity and entice newsstands to carry the comic. While #1 issues are big sellers in today's comic book market, back in the 50s, new titles with low numbers were viewed as unproven magazines that might fail.

A charming fun little comic sure to please any Archie fan, Jetta was gone before it found its audience. But now thanks to the wonders of crowd-funded comics, Jetta's back.

I was hired to write a story for this new anthology special, and I'm really proud of what I came up with. It's a futuristic, slightly absurdist slice of life adventure with a touch of romance. I'm excited to see how it turned out, and am looking forward to reading the rest of this 100-page plus comic with its…

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