Post by iamasianbatgirl on Oct 9, 2014 13:32:38 GMT -5
It was an incredible issue and while I was disappointed that it wasn't connected to the Afterlife with Archie universe, this series definitely deserves its own continuity and space to tell Sabrina's story. Archie Comics has found an amazing niche here with these supernatural takes. Now I want AwA back!
Post by armlessphelan on Oct 9, 2014 23:09:06 GMT -5
I really, really liked this. I'm not much of a horror guy, but Archie seems to be focusing this (and Afterlife) more on the psychological aspects of old school horror, rather than the modern gorefest you'd get elsewhere.
Post by wjohnson22 on Oct 10, 2014 15:19:03 GMT -5
Loved this book! The art has strong notes of old-school Warren Publishing Creepy/Eerie titles. And who else thought that the depiction of the face in the tree seemed especially surreal given Wytches coming out the same day?
Post by CaptainSuperior on Oct 14, 2014 10:10:00 GMT -5
Love this cover for #4
He who is certain he knows the ending of things when he is only beginning them is either extremely wise or extremely foolish; no matter which is true, he is certainly an unhappy man, for he has put a knife in the heart of wonder.
Post by thephantomwelshman on Oct 16, 2014 16:13:48 GMT -5
This book was awesome!! I've never read an Archie book before, it's something living in the UK I've had no connection to whatsoever, but after hearing the Afterlife hype and with a vague recollection of the TV series decided to give this a go. Definitely sticking around for the rest of it.
I'm really happy so many people here dug this book. I loved it as well. The evil is so unforgiving. I won't spoil anything but my favorite part (besides the beginning scene) was when we see those two characters later in the book..I was not expecting to see them!