Sabrina the Teenage Witch
In their latest look at notable comic book retcons, CSBG examines how Aunt Hilda retroactively became Sabrina's aunt despite debuting before Sabrina!
Archie Comics presents an exclusive preview of Sabrina the Teenage Witch #3, by writer Kelly Thompson and artists Veronica Fish and Andy Fish.
After first appearing in Archie's Mad House #22, alongside Sabrina in 1962, he has somehow still made a name for himself almost 60 years later
Kelly Thompson with Veronica and Andy Fish team up for a five-issue Sabrina the Teenage Witch miniseries with a lighter depiction of the character.
It's been over a decade since Sabrina the Teenage Witch's first TV show went off the air. How much do fans remember about the classic sitcom?
Despite moving to Netflix, the best thing Sabrina could do is to lean away from the dark and gritty Riverdale universe.
The '90s television icon explains it all, saying there have been discussions about revivals of the two sitcoms, but that it's a complicated process.
Sony Pictures plans to recast Archie Comics' Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a young girl coming to terms with her powers in a superhero origin story compared to that of Spider-Man.
The nearly 50-year-old Archie Comics character will get a modern makeover in planned animated series described as "Twilight meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
It says something - although, I admit, I'm not quite sure what - that the book I enjoyed reading most last week wasn't one of the "New 52" from DC, nor was it the long-awaited return of Casanova from Marvel... Instead, it was The Best of Archie Comics, a collection of stories from the past seven decades of America's favorite teenager. Well, apart from Justin Beiber, obviously.