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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #6

Every witch needs a familiar, and through the ages, Salem has faithfully fulfilled his duties to Sabrina. This chapter lifts back the cloak of time to reveal the dark history of how Salem came to be and serve his master. ...

Title : Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #6
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ISBN : 30399211
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 40 pages
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #6 Reviews

  • Shadowdenizen

    While this issue focused less on Sabrina and more on the familiars, this was by far the most compelling of this spectacular series to date.

  • Caroline

    Favourite so far

    Loved reading the back stories. Very interesting.

    Though this does make it apparent that Sabrina's card was marked long before she was born.

    So many twists and turns.

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  • Barb (Boxermommyreads)

    I usually don't read single issues but since my local library jumped on the bandwagon with Hoopla, I've taken advantage of not having to wait until some of my favorite series publish volume collections. Issue #6, That Damned Cat, tells the story of how Salem became to be a familiar. In addition, we also get the side story of Sabrina's cousin's familiars, two King Cobras, which being afraid of snakes as I am, I was not a real fan of. However, even I have to admit it was an interesting tale. The a ...more

  • Dylan

    3 stars.

    I just don't care about backstories.

  • Mel

    This was my least favourite so far. After the resurection at the end of the last issue I really wanted to know what happened! I didn't want a whole issue about the snakes and the cat! Especially when it turned out they were kinda horrible. I think my only real criticism of this series is despite having her name in the title Sabrina is hardly the main character at all!

  • Rachel

    Pretty stoked these are on prime reading. Love the art and the writing. This references quite a few folk tales.

  • Abbie

    Can't get over the mouse being eaten.