Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Vol. 1 by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Vol. 1

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 first six issues of the ongoing comic book series Chilling Adventures of...

Details Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Vol. 1

TitleChilling Adventures of Sabrina, Vol. 1
Release DateAug 16th, 2016
PublisherArchie Comics
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Horror, Comics, Fantasy, Graphic Novels Comics, Fiction

Reviews Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Vol. 1

  • Zoë
    I feel icky after finishing this.This was the darkest graphic novel I've ever read - perfect for Halloween (and perfect if you want plenty of nightmares)! I wouldn't say I enjoyed the experience of reading this as I felt supremely uncomfortable the entire time. But this twisted Satanic take on Sabrina was definitely interesting to read. Also, the art style wasn't for me, but I think it definitely enhanced the creepy atmosphere.
  • Anne
    4.5 starsTo whom it may concern: This is FREE with PRIME READING.Wow. Talk about some real witchy women...In the world of Archie Comics, Sabrina the Teenage Witch is your magical girl next door. Sweet, pretty, & head-over-heels in love with her high school sweetheart, Harvey Kinkle. In the regular comics, Sabrina is always trying to sneak around to do good with her magic - despite her two aunts and cat (Salem) trying their best to get her to act ...
  • JV
    CW/TW: Cannibalism, gore & violence, occultism "Something wicked this way comes..." Aguirre-Sacasa and Hack team up in conjuring the darkest elements of the occult and transmogrifying the once cutesy narrative of Sabrina The Teenage Witch into a gothic, unnerving, and supernaturally nefarious comic that revels in the macabre and the maleficent, thereby creating a re-imagined tale of horror now known as the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Vol. 1: ...
  • Heather 'Bookables'
  • 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 practi...
  • 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 ...
  • Jessica
    I decided to read this after hearing it was going to be made into a TV show on the CW.I loved the whole vibe of this. I liked that it was set in the 1960’s and the artwork matched perfectly. It had the right blend of vintage throwback and horror. As for the story, I liked the darker take on Sabrina. The first couple of issues had a lot of backstory, but once it got to main plot I was hooked. Overall, this was a fantastic spooky read. I cannot w...
  • 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 would...
  • Sesana
    Everything I know about Sabrina I learned from Melissa Joan Hart. This is kind of different. I'm sure that's partly because this version is taking its cues from the comic, which I've never read. But I'm also quite sure that the older comics didn't portray the witches as being explicitly Satanic, nor did the aunts shop for groceries in the graveyard. So, yes, it can be kind of dark. But it's a darkness that works, though Sabrina does sometimes com...
  • Kristina Horner
    This was SO DARK - I was completely not prepared for how insanely macabre and messed up this book is, but I really and truly loved it. I loved how it kept shocking me in new ways. I loved this entirely different spin on the Sabrina I know and love. I loved how it involved Betty and Veronica. The commercials I've seen make the Netflix series look quite different than this specific story, but it's made me so excited for that to begin anyhow.
  • 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 e...
  • Sana
    2 1/2 stars.I don't really read graphic novels, but when I saw this one I knew I had to get it. This book was way different than the Sabrina the Witch show I used to watch when I was eleven years old. This book is dark, bloody, and just contains a lot of disturbing images.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,...
  • 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...
  • 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 m...
  • Magrat Ajostiernos
    2018-04-25 y con un arte genial, pero una vez más esperaba más. Empiezo a pensar que espero demasiado de los cómics que leo, porque siempre acaban decepcionándome...Aquí he echado muchísimo de menos algo de CARISMA en los personajes, especialmente de Sabrina que oye, es la protagonista pero no sabemos nada de ella y es una especie de muñeco al que le pasan cosas.... Toda la brujería está bien trat...
  • Jano
    “Las aventuras escalofriantes de Sabrina” han llegado a España con su primer volumen, una novela gráfica de Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa y Robert Hack.Sabrina está a punto de cumplir los dieciséis años y tiene que decidir su futuro: ser miembro del aquelarre o vivir con su novio Harvey. Pero la llegada de Madame Satán lo cambiará todo.Esta novela gráfica llega a nuestro país coincidiendo con el estreno en Netflix de la serie. Es la versió...
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  • Artemy
    So I went a bit silly and got excited about the upcoming Netflix show, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. I know I probably shouldn't have. But I love autumn and specifically Halloween (the holiday), so come October everything that is horror-related, be it stories about monsters, vampires or witches, somehow starts to look very exciting to me. Plus, hey, that cast is fantastic, and the trailers look really good. Maybe this will actually be a great N...
  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Cameron Chaney
    This was a fantastic surprise. Who knew Archie comics was capable of putting out something so dark and messed up? There were parts I wasn't crazy about, but overall I couldn't put it down and I can't wait for the second trade (or a hardcover deluxe edition, maybe?). This earns a solid four stars from me. I'll definitely be checking out the rest of Archie's new comics as they've definitely caught my attention.
  • Gary
    Chilling indeed!Witches have been trending lately, and Aguirre-Sacasa and Hack are without a doubt producing the best witchy comic out there (sorry to both Wytches and Harrow County, but it's true).Initiation day is coming for young Sabrina, and she must decide if she wants to sign her name in Satan's book and become an immortal witch, or turn her back on her heritage and be a normal teenage girl. When some family baggage literally returns to hau...
  • Michael
    Samhain markiert im keltischen Jahreskreis den Beginn der dunklen Winterzeit, und bekanntlich öffnet sich in der Nacht vom 31. Oktober auf den 1. November das Tor zur Anderswelt. Ende Oktober ist also der perfekte Zeitpunkt, SABRINA noch einmal zu lesen (zumal gerade bei Netflix die Serie angelaufen ist), und wenn das Buch mir beim ersten Mal gut gefallen hat, hatte ich beim zweiten Durchgang sogar noch mehr Spaß. Bedenkt man, dass Sabrina ins ...
  • 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 ...
  • Sarah Theis
    So I just started watching this on Netflix, not even realizing that this!!! Was the same thing. I had picked it up and looked at it weeks ago but didn't buy it then. Made the connection yesterday and went back for it. (I know I know, but at the time I didn't pay attention to the actual title)This is Sabrina like you've never seen. No toasters sending mail, good witches with finger twitches changing outfits and popping up generic brand food. This ...
  • David Schaafsma
    When I was just a little girlI asked my mother, what will I beWill I be pretty, will I be rich?Here's what she said to me:Que Sera, SeraWhatever will be, will beThe future's not ours to seeQue Sera, SeraWhat will be, will be—Jay Livingston, Ray EvansWhen I was just a little boy I read Archie Comics every week, with those kooky kids Betty and Veronica, Archie and Jughead. Fifties and early sixties sockhop stuff, innocent fun, mostly, as I recall...
  • 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.
  • lauren ♡ (wonderless reviews)
    Uhhh this was not what I was expecting. I knew it was darker than the sitcom, but I was expecting it to be comedic-horror but uhhh Nope. This is Straight Up Horror my friends and I love the artwork so much. Kinda not sure what to rate it??? It's somewhere between 3 and 4 stars because it did hold my attention, but at times it felt like it was trying way too hard??? Also, I was kinda uncomfortable with the way suicide was portrayed in one scene. N...