Welcome back to Humor Nation. A talented writer, leader of the Southside Serpents, master of sardonic humor, Jughead Jones has all the qualities that makes him a desirable quality. He is the omniscient narrator of the series and writer of the novel that describes that darkness that is present inside the perfect looking town of Riverdale. He is also a seeker of trust and justice, when he’s not busy doing his job or writing something on his computer, this beanie wearing smart brain is very likely to be involved in some sort mystery and delivering justice.
But you’d be surprised to know that even this cynical “conscientious objector can get things totally wrong. Sometimes playing too many roles such as being a BFF, a lover, leader of Serpents, and a gang leader, it’s easy to lose the objectivity and get mixed up into the stuff. There are somethings about Jughead that raises eyebrows and makes us wonder if he’s really the nice guy. Perhaps the vicious side of Jughead was on display when he decided to cut off Penny’s tattoo to send a message, he believed he was acting like a leader and that was his version of Justice. Of course, one could argue that Ghoulies almost killed Jughead and this was just a retribution, but Jughead always believed in taking the high ground, not in this kind of ‘eye for an eye’ justice which felt somewhat untrue to his character that we became accustomed to.
Jughead’s writing career’s biggest success came when his novel became a hit, and this novel is based on the lives of his friends and the trauma that they went through, the tragedies that happened in their town. He even presented the Southside Serpents in a bad light, this all isn’t something that a good friend would do. Also, when he was the Stonewall Prep High, he tried using Betty’s real life story of her dad being a Black Hood for a novel, it’s just so wrong, right?
So Take This Quiz And Find Out Will Jughead Jones Be Your BFF, Lover, Or Enemy?