According to a report on Bleeding Cool, Archie Comics is relaunching Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a horror comic, following the success of Afterlife with Archie. Since her introduction in 1962, Sabrina has starred in comics, cartoons, paperback novels, a live action TV show, multitudes of Rule 34 porn drawings, and an upcoming feature film from Sony, but this will probably mark the most hardcore version of Sabrina yet.
At this point, I would like to note that is startlingly difficult to find images of Sabrina on the internet which do not consist of Melissa Joan Hart wearing a bikini or skimpy underwear. What's your problem, internet? Do you want the people at my work to think I'm some kind of Melissa Joan Hart obsessed, chronic masturbating sexual deviant? I mean, sure, I am, but I don't want people to know that.
We'll keep you posted when more information about this series becomes available.
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