Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Archie Comics Unveils New Hardcover Edition

While waiting for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 3 to drop on Netflix, fans of the supernatural television series can now get caught up on the source material easier than ever before thanks to a new special hardcover collected edition from Archie Comics.

Available now, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Occult Edition contains the entirety of writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and artist Robert Hack's Archie Horror comic book series so far. Additionally, the hardcover features a cover taken from the Netflix series, as well as never-before-seen content from both the comics and the show.

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A spiritual successor of sorts to Afterlife with Archie, Aguirre-Sacasa and Hack's Chilling Adventures of Sabrina was first published as part of the Archie Horror imprint in October 2014. Set in the 1960s, the comic tackles the Sabrina the Teenage Witch mythos from a much darker angle than anything seen prior.

At this time, eight issues of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina have been released. The first five issues -- aka "The Crucible" storyline -- were collected in the comic's first trade paperback. The second storyline -- "Witch-War" -- has yet to be completed. However, its first three issues (#6-8) were collected as a part of a "Monster-Sized" issue earlier this year. The Occult Edition marks the first time all eight issues have been printed in the same book.

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In addition to writing the comic, Aguirre-Sacasa serves as showrunner on the Netflix adaptation. He also serves as showrunner on fellow Archie Comics-based series Riverdale, as well as co-showrunner on the upcoming Katy Keene spinoff.

Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and illustrated by Robert Hack, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Occult Edition is on sale now from Archie Comics.

(via Archie Comics)

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