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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

  • Patricia Bejarano

    4.5 en realidad.

    Una lectura perfecta para Halloween e ideal para los amantes del cómic. Y por supuesto, imprescindible para ver la nueva serie de Netflix (que aunque se desvincula mucho del cómic, creo que está genial saber la base y ver ciertos detalles que no se verán en la serie).

    Me ha encantando la historia, es realmente escalofriante y terrorífica, y el dibujo ayuda mucho a ello. Os juro que da bastante miedito.

    Y me ha mantenido muy enganchada y con ganas de más. Espero que Norma saque pr

  • Shadowdenizen

    UPDATED 07-28-16: And the trade is now OUT, with my highest recommendations!


    Originally read as single issues. (TPB will be out imminently as I write this.)

    Archie comics has been reimagining (and revitalizing) their comics line over the last few years. And while I’m reading most of the entire “NewRiverdale” line, it’s the 2 Horror titles (“Afterlife With Archie” and “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”) that are generating the most buzz, and deservedly so.

    These are darker, more adult versions of t

  • 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.

  • Callie Rose Tyler

    My Review of first issue.

    Wow, so this is intense. I mean like Satanist witch coven, human sacrifice, bath in holy water after reading intense, especially when you consider the source material.

    The main villain, Madame Satan, was chilling and fascinating. There are also cameos from the Riverdale gang.

    Overall, an amazing reinvention of a classic comics character that blows Afterlife with Archie, Vol. 1: Escape from Riverdale out of the water. There is an actual story here and it is riveting.

  • 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

  • Ken

    The trailers for this new darker take on Netflix instantly peaked my interest. Along with the comics being included on Amazon KindleUnlimited, I just had to read them.

    I mainly knew Sabrina through the 90’s kid friendly show, but this is so much more darker and twisted.

    I loved the 60’s setting and the artwork evoking that era. I really like how graphically gory it is.

    I think most kids probably wouldn’t be aware of the original show, so wouldn’t pick this up by accident.

    I liked how it has a really

  • Calista

    Wow! This is crazy dark. I would have been into this in my 20s, but this is not my cup of tea. This is all about praise satan and such and I guess I don't find that very entertaining.

    Plus, I know there are dark witches who go to dark places, but most witches are about nature and the light and not about satan. I kinda feel like this is slanderous, but anyway. It's not what you expect from Archie.

    I gave this 2 stars, because despite it not being my cup of tea, it was well written with an interest