It's an Archie Comic and intended for a younger audience, so there aren't any truly dark moments or shocking dialogue. What Dan Parent has done throughout Kevin's brief history is incorporate a plausible, three-dimensional gay character into the archetypal American town. This story is no different, letting Kevin be just one of the gang and a great gay role model all at the same time. The final reveal with the secret admirer leaves us wanting more and proves that even Riverdale has room to grow. Sweet without being cloying and paced just right for its plot, Kevin Keller #2 earns a solid 4 out of 5 stars. Highly recommended for parents of teens, kids of all orientations, and anyone who wants their nostalgia with a nice dose of how the real world could be. Read Full Review
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