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You demanded it: Volume Two of the critically-acclaimed Sabrina the Teenage Witch series by Kelly Thompson and Veronica & Andy Fish! Sabrina saved the day--saved her friends, her family--the whole town of Greendale really, and she should be riding high. But things are never quite that simple. She's trapped in a love triangle, she's having trouble balancing the mortal and wi You demanded it: Volume Two of the critically-acclaimed Sabrina the Teenage Witch series by Kelly Thompson and Veronica & Andy Fish! Sabrina saved the day--saved her friends, her family--the whole town of Greendale really, and she should be riding high. But things are never quite that simple. She's trapped in a love triangle, she's having trouble balancing the mortal and witch parts of herself, oh yeah, and she's being blackmailed. As if all that wasn't enough, while trying to help Radka and Ren with their...supernatural problem, her aunts suddenly starting to look like people she can't trust. What's a teen witch to do?!


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You demanded it: Volume Two of the critically-acclaimed Sabrina the Teenage Witch series by Kelly Thompson and Veronica & Andy Fish! Sabrina saved the day--saved her friends, her family--the whole town of Greendale really, and she should be riding high. But things are never quite that simple. She's trapped in a love triangle, she's having trouble balancing the mortal and wi You demanded it: Volume Two of the critically-acclaimed Sabrina the Teenage Witch series by Kelly Thompson and Veronica & Andy Fish! Sabrina saved the day--saved her friends, her family--the whole town of Greendale really, and she should be riding high. But things are never quite that simple. She's trapped in a love triangle, she's having trouble balancing the mortal and witch parts of herself, oh yeah, and she's being blackmailed. As if all that wasn't enough, while trying to help Radka and Ren with their...supernatural problem, her aunts suddenly starting to look like people she can't trust. What's a teen witch to do?!

30 review for Sabrina: Something Wicked

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dan Schwent

    While a serial killer stalks Greendale by night, Sabrina tries to help Ren and Radka undo the curse that afflicts them... The first volume of Kelly Thompson's Sabrina was great so I was all over this one when it was released. It's great how Kelly Thompson weaves elements of classic Sabrina and her more modern incarnations into an interesting take on Sabrina the Teenage Witch. There is teen angst, a love triangle, and other teenage shenanigans interspersed with witchiness. Given that I've read a fa While a serial killer stalks Greendale by night, Sabrina tries to help Ren and Radka undo the curse that afflicts them... The first volume of Kelly Thompson's Sabrina was great so I was all over this one when it was released. It's great how Kelly Thompson weaves elements of classic Sabrina and her more modern incarnations into an interesting take on Sabrina the Teenage Witch. There is teen angst, a love triangle, and other teenage shenanigans interspersed with witchiness. Given that I've read a fair bit of classic Sabrina, I should have known who the villain was from the start but I didn't. The Fishs' art really sells the book for me, minimalist with some echoes of classic Sabrina but darker and more modern. The color palette is moody and subdued and light on computer effects. This looks like any number of 1990s Vertigo books at first glance. My only real gripe is that the whole thing went by a little too quickly. I think that was also my problem with Thompson's first volume but I'm too lazy to go back and check. Sabrina: Something Wicked is a fun read for teenagers of all ages, particularly those into witchcraft. Four out of five broomsticks.

  2. 5 out of 5

    julia ☆ [owls reads]

    A pretty okay continuation from the previous arc. The art was still super cute, but I did find the writing to be really really predictable.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christy

    GASP there’s more!!?

  4. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Shaffer

    More fun than the overcomplicated Netflix series.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Artemis

    'Sabrina: Something Wicked' is not a spectacular sequel to Kelly Thompson's previous 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' volume (my review of that awesome and sweetly enchanting title can be found here). It can be very contrived and awkwardly paced (and awkwardly worded, grammatically), and the "surprise" villain is barely two-dimensional. But it is still a fun and colourful comic for any 'Sabrina' fan, filled with witchery, and bright and creative magic. Like with cards! Its mixing of light and dark ele 'Sabrina: Something Wicked' is not a spectacular sequel to Kelly Thompson's previous 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' volume (my review of that awesome and sweetly enchanting title can be found here). It can be very contrived and awkwardly paced (and awkwardly worded, grammatically), and the "surprise" villain is barely two-dimensional. But it is still a fun and colourful comic for any 'Sabrina' fan, filled with witchery, and bright and creative magic. Like with cards! Its mixing of light and dark elements is my cup of tea. Plus, Sabrina actually rides a broom in this one, and she still wears a crescent moon necklace. Her iconic look doesn't change. The volume is funny, too (Salem especially, that cat is given the presence he deserves), and there is a theme of friendship and growing mutual trust between former school enemies going on. A melting mean girl ice queen and a resolute "good girl" becoming friends through the most bizarre supernatural circumstances is a brilliant and enchanting concept and I am here for it! Sabrina Spellman is carrying a lot on her shoulders. This comic is the teen's coming-of-age story, about her struggle of living a double life in the mortal world and in the witch world. Her secrecy, lies, and having to prioritise magic studies and supernatural dangers above everything else are putting her mortal friendships at risk. Being a secret witch means possibly, eventually, cutting ties with people that the witch cares about, often for their protection; until ultimately, the witch is all alone. Sabrina loves being a witch, but she also loves her mortal life and friends (and boyfriends). She can't tell any of them her secret, except under the most extreme cases and emergencies. And now, in her life full of uncertainties, even her trust in her witch family is put into question. It's gotten to a point where she can't trust anyone, and no one can really trust her. Sabrina is, at the heart of it, a normal girl who cares so much and is trying her best in the most far-reaching situations. You feel and understand her angst. There can be devastating and deadly consequences for her actions. For her mistakes. The determined, hardworking yet insecure, shy and sensitive girl is more powerful than she can imagine... It's all as compelling as any spell. I don't even mind the love triangle, full of hormones and high school angst and drama as it is. The art is reminiscent of 'Archie' with more modern shading, shadowing, and expressions. It's beautiful and bold. Amazing work. 'Sabrina: Something Wicked' - A good trick or treat for fans of any 'Sabrina' era and incarnation. There's enough to like here; enough to please. I do believe that I adore it through longer, richer, additional thought, in spite of its flaws. An amusing, vibrant, heartfelt, magical - if predictable and not too exciting - yet relatable ride. Final Score: 3.5/5

  6. 5 out of 5

    Paxton Holley

    So fun. I love Kelly Thompson’s voice, especially as Sabrina. Great mini-series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Billy Jepma

    Vibrant, expressive art, charming character work, and a pitch-perfect mix of teenage angst and demonic curses make this a series I really can’t get enough of. It’s everything I could imagine wanting from a Sabrina comic series, and I really hope Kelly Thompson gets to continue making it with Veronica and Andy Fish.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Sabrina's life just keeps getting more complicated. Not only does she have two boys fighting over her, but she has a best friend she keeps neglecting, a frenemy that turns into a wendigo, aunts that keep secrets from her, and the head of the local witch coven trying to teach her advanced magic. What's a teenage witch to do? Kelly Thompson's first Sabrina volume was pure gold, and this one's pretty close to being the same, if a little tarnished. There's SO much going on that it feels like Sabrina Sabrina's life just keeps getting more complicated. Not only does she have two boys fighting over her, but she has a best friend she keeps neglecting, a frenemy that turns into a wendigo, aunts that keep secrets from her, and the head of the local witch coven trying to teach her advanced magic. What's a teenage witch to do? Kelly Thompson's first Sabrina volume was pure gold, and this one's pretty close to being the same, if a little tarnished. There's SO much going on that it feels like Sabrina gets pulled in too many directions, and loses a bit of her agency as a result. The constant barrage of bad news is a bit wearing, even if it does make for good drama on both the magical and non-magical sides of things. Some of the plot points are a little contrived - I'd pegged the serial killer from the second page or so - but it's a magical teen drama, I'm not expecting it to be complicated. Veronica and Andy Fish's artwork is still great. I wish these volumes were full sized rather than the not-quite-trades-not-quite-digests that Archie have produced them in, so that we could see the details a little more, but it's also just as good as the previous volume. The magical effects and the Savoir Faire tournaments look especially good. Sabrina's second volume loses a little of the sparkle that made the first so good, but it's still magical enough to entice you back for more.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chris Joynson

    I had a lot of fun with the first volume of this series and this second one doesn't disappoint either! Sabrina's life is getting more and more complicated as she struggles to balance her life as a witch and as a normal teen. There's relationship angst, questions over who Sabrina can trust as well as plenty of magical mayhem and monsters. I like all of the characters and I'm pretty much in love with the art, especially the colouring. This storyline does edge us into darker territory, without losi I had a lot of fun with the first volume of this series and this second one doesn't disappoint either! Sabrina's life is getting more and more complicated as she struggles to balance her life as a witch and as a normal teen. There's relationship angst, questions over who Sabrina can trust as well as plenty of magical mayhem and monsters. I like all of the characters and I'm pretty much in love with the art, especially the colouring. This storyline does edge us into darker territory, without losing the fun and vibrancy that the first volume had, also, as a side note, can we please keep the magical card game duelling. Maybe it's the Yu-Gi-Oh fan in me, but I really enjoyed that. Looking forward to further volumes!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Dinges

    This rebooted version of Sabrina sits at just about the exact right place on the spectrum between the cheesy Archie-Digest version of the character and the cannibal witches from the Archie-Horror version. The writing is fun, but it's Kelly Thompson so no surprise there. Special shoutout to Veronica and Andy Fish on the art. The colors, in particular, oscillate perfectly between muted and vibrant in a way that really makes the magic pop off the page. It's fun, it's free to Comixology Unlimited sub This rebooted version of Sabrina sits at just about the exact right place on the spectrum between the cheesy Archie-Digest version of the character and the cannibal witches from the Archie-Horror version. The writing is fun, but it's Kelly Thompson so no surprise there. Special shoutout to Veronica and Andy Fish on the art. The colors, in particular, oscillate perfectly between muted and vibrant in a way that really makes the magic pop off the page. It's fun, it's free to Comixology Unlimited subscribers, there's no reason not to read it!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Enrique Arellano

    The perfect blend between the wholesomeness and charm of OG Sabrina and the dark and creepier side of Chilling Adventures Sabrina. It was really hard to enjoy this run last year considering all the unpredictable delays due to COVID but rereading them as a whole fixed any and all issues I had with the pacing. Veronica and Andy Fish's art is as wonderful as ever and have solidified their Sabrina as my favorite iteration yet. Overall, a fun time. The perfect blend between the wholesomeness and charm of OG Sabrina and the dark and creepier side of Chilling Adventures Sabrina. It was really hard to enjoy this run last year considering all the unpredictable delays due to COVID but rereading them as a whole fixed any and all issues I had with the pacing. Veronica and Andy Fish's art is as wonderful as ever and have solidified their Sabrina as my favorite iteration yet. Overall, a fun time.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Daisy

    Another completely wonderful addition to the Sabrina TTW volumes. It feels like the story around Sabrina and the challenges she faces as a half mortal half witch are more fleshed out creating a delicious mix of teen drama, teen angst and magic. I bloody loved it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jena

    I really hope Archie comics continues with this series, this this the perfect balance between the fluff/humor of the 90s series and the more serious tone of Chilling Adventures.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Josh Mahoney

    A great continuation, but I didn't enjoy it as much as Volume 1. A great continuation, but I didn't enjoy it as much as Volume 1.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dichotomy Girl

    For some reason I just couldn't get into this volume. I read the first issue, and then just didn't care enough to finish it. For some reason I just couldn't get into this volume. I read the first issue, and then just didn't care enough to finish it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    With a dream team like Thompson and Fish, it was bound to be amazing. Just cannot get over how good the art and colours are. They suit the story and character so well! Cannot wait for another volume.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Halle

  18. 4 out of 5

    Hayley Lumsden

  19. 4 out of 5

    Marianne

  20. 4 out of 5

    Soraia Rosa

  21. 4 out of 5

    Holly

  22. 4 out of 5

    Becca

  23. 4 out of 5

    Logan Brown

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kat

  25. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

  26. 5 out of 5

    Whitney

  27. 4 out of 5

    Brooke

  28. 4 out of 5

    Louise

  29. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte

  30. 4 out of 5

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