Few characters in the history of comics have had the success that Sabrina the Teenage Witch has. Originally created by George Gladir and Dan DeCarlo in 1962, Sabrina Spellman would go on to star in multiple TV shows, arguably eclipsing even that redheaded Andrews kid as Archie's most recognizable character. And through it all, she's been one of their most adaptable characters in comics, too, with shifting aesthetics that ranged from her original appearance to a reboot inspired by an animated series and all the way to a genuinely awesome mid-2000s manga style version.

There's a lot of history there, which is why Archie has put together a digital collection of some of Sabrina's greatest moments in the latest installment of their Archie 75 Series. Check out a preview!



As you can tell from that table of contents, the book features an interesting overview of the changes to the character over the years, but what's really interesting is that they've chosen the stories where those changes started. A lot of the reboots were inspired by mass media (particularly when the book had the animated style of the 1999 cartoon series), but there were always in-story reasons for why everyone's favorite witch suddenly looked like that.

Here's the official solicitation:


Archie 75 Series: Sabrina the Teenage Witch (Digital Exclusive)

Celebrate the 75th anniversary of Archie Comics with this special retrospective presentation! Sabrina the Teenage Witch was a breakout success dating back to the 1960s, with a live-action TV show and several animated cartoons to her name. In this installment, we share some of the best and most pivotal stories from the history of her series, from her very first issue to the critically acclaimed manga era!

Script: Various
Art: Various
Cover: Dan DeCarlo
On Sale Date: 10/30
75-page, full color comic
$2.99 U.S.