Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina poster needs to be on sale immediately


If this poster is any indication, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will have a style all its own when it debuts on Netflix later this year.

Perhaps a bit surprisingly, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina hasn’t seen much buzz lately. Although Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is among those providing behind-the-scenes updates (an episode 9 table read happened earlier this week), there are no trailers or even official stills just yet. Fortunately, there are some other official materials, at least. That now includes a poster.

Although Archie Comics’ official Twitter account quickly took the tweet showing the poster down, that didn’t stop oodles of accounts from reposting it. As yours truly wrote this article, the account has since reposted the tweet.

Here it is in all its creepy glory, via Aguirre-Sacasa:

It’s a nice touch to have a pentacle act as the dot of the letter I in “Sabrina.” After all, we know that Sabrina’s a witch (thanks to that show back in the ’90s), but this is a step beyond just a star. There’s some serious magic at work in this series.

Over on Instagram, Michelle Gomez, who’s part of the cast as Madam Satan, posted a scaled-down version that offers a close-up look at the art itself:

All in all, the poster is pretty minimalist, since it doesn’t even show Sabrina’s full face — just her hair, her headband, and her red lips. It’s no surprise that Salem’s here either. What’s a witch without her familiar, after all?

Honestly, Archie Comics probably had the best caption, though. It’s hard to go wrong with Shakespeare, although, to be completely pedantic, “something wicked this way comes” refers to Macbeth and is spoken by one of the witches. It doesn’t refer to the witches themselves.

But hey, who are we to dispute a good usage when we see one?

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Unfortunately, there’s still no premiere date for the series, but “coming soon” at least has us hopeful we’ll get more information shortly.

And an opportunity to buy this poster.

That’d be nice, too, Netflix.