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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Vol. 1: The Crucible

On the eve of her sixteenth birthday, the young sorceress Sabrina Spellman finds herself at a crossroads, having to choose between an unearthly destiny and her mortal boyfriend, Harvey. But a foe from her family's past has arrived in Greendale, Madame Satan, and she has her own deadly agenda. Archie Comics' latest horror sensation starts here! For TEEN+ readers. Compiles the...

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Vol. 1: The Crucible Reviews

  • Souma BookAddict

    *3.5 stars*

    I am very drawn to dark characters, being dark and twisted with a great backstory. Or just for the sake of being dark and twisted. So I was immediately interested in the idea of this dark and twisted version of Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

    I really liked the story, I enjoyed this a lot more than I was expecting and I am curious how the story will progress, so I definitely intend to read more of it. Did not care for the artwork though.

  • María

    Lo he pasado genial con este cómic!! Es mas oscuro y macabro de lo que pensaba, espero que la serie sea al menos la mitad de entretenida.

  • Paz R.M.

    Quick/short review: Did I love the idea of this? Heck yeah I did. Gimme witches and dark magic, and the fallen, the damned, and the unholy spirits.

    Did I liked this? Eh. Parts of it. Hate to say it, but I found it really slow, and at parts, I got quite bored with it.

    I am, however, supet excited for the netflix adaptation.

  • Pamela

    I was raised on a steady diet of Archie comics and used to love the Sabrina spin-off. I was also a fan of the TV show back in the 1990s. So of course I was very excited to find this adult horror re-boot, which starts off with so much promise but then fails to follow through. The first chapter (issue 1) is great, but then the arc gets bogged down. The biggest problem is the main villain, "Lady Satan," who is neither interesting nor innovative. Do we really need another "woman scorned" monster who ...more

  • James DeSantis

    This might be the biggest surprise of the year for me when comes to comics. The chilling Adventures of Sabrina are actually chilling.

    So Sabrina starts off screwed up. Her father wants to take the baby from her mother. Sabrina's mother tries to run but is hunted and when the baby is ripped from her arms she is turned into basically a vegetable. Then you get a little bit of fun learning who Sabrina is and we get to her teenage years. Then you find out what she must do to become a witch (basically

  • Katie

    Loved checking this out at the same time as I watch the show! I like Sabrina more as a character in the show, but the graphic novel is equally good dark fun :)

  • Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk

    I need to be honest with you.

    First of all I wanted to read this comic because I heard that the Netflix series is an adaptation of these comics.

    Second, I read them in one day. All of them. I know, what is wrong with me.

    And third, I watched every trailer for the upcoming series literally a million times.

    I can’t wait to see the series, because the story is so so dark, strange, awkward, but also pretty cool.

    I like that they’ll change some things in the show, because let’s be honest: sometimes

  • Melki

    I must have a dark soul to enjoy so much seeing my childhood favorites twisted and perverted by modern day graphic novel artists. I LOVED Archie's gang when I was a kid, but I'm happy as a clam as an adult to see them killed, and turned into zombies. Now, it's Sabrina's turn, and boy, is this one DARK!

    Seems there are more witches about than we ever suspected. Why, over in Riverdale, there's a blonde and brunette duo you might recognize who practice a little black magic. BUT, that's only a small