Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (2014) #8

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There hasn’t been much Sabrina in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina lately. At least two issues, maybe three. This issue is all Sabrina. It was, like Chilling Adventures itself, worth the wait. Aguirre-Sacasa and Hack put Sabrina through a romance comic adventure, one with some good girl art, while never losing the twisted reality of it all. Aguirre-Sacasa’s writing is stellar, on plotting, on characters. He does this close third person narration, mostly between Sabrina and her dad (who’s possessing her reincarnated zombie boyfriend). It’s twisted and great. Then there’s a witch battle. Hack does it all. There’s even a Jughead cameo. Sabrina has held strong without its lead, but it’s so nice to have her back.

One Comment

  1. V Wiley

    For a comic that comes out whenever it does, Sabrina is easily one of the stongest contenders right now. Hacks work is everything the story needs it to be, and with a master’s panache that just adds a layer to the preceedings. Aquirre-Sacasa has definitely left his mark on modern comics. Not to be missed.

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