6 Mind-Blowing Comics If You Love 'The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina'
Between Riverdale and The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, the Archie Comic Book universe is everywhere in entertainment, and many of the stories intertwine in ways we never imagined. Many people love these new dark and twisted series, but where did it all start?
Horror geeks and mystery savants can rejoice because here are 6 of the best comics you’ll love from Archie if you loved the shows!
1. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Volume 1
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The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Volume One is a novel that contains the first 5 issues of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, the very comics that inspired the beloved tv shows, from horror to drama it has some surprising differences and also some not-so-secret connections to Riverdale that we didn’t see before.
2. Afterlife with Archie Volume 1
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An inevitable accident forced the wheels to begin turning in Riverdale, leading us to an apocalypse of epic proportions in this Archie Horror series.
3. Road to Riverdale Volume 1
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Road to Riverdale is a volume that shares all of the stories that lead up to the making of the hit TV show we all know and love today. This quite literally paved the road to the Netflix show and documented the eternal teenage hood of the iconic Archie Andrews.
4. Sabrina: Based on the Animated Series
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90’s babies get the spotlight here because who doesn’t remember Sabrina the animated series? It was always on and always fun to watch, since The Chilling Adventures came out, this major throwback is something that every Sabrina lover should read at least once.
5. Chilling Adventures in Sorcery
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Some of Archie Horror’s best works are collected into one graphic novel, based on Sabrina, and it gives us a different look at Archie Horror and the characters we all love.
6. Jughead the Hunger: One Shot
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Jughead one shot, the pilot for Jughead the hunger the horror story of our most beloved bad boy from the TV show takes a more monstrous form in this comic series.
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