Archie’s Chilling Adventures in Sorcery Preview Reveals Zombie Jughead’s Non-Brain Diet (Exclusive)

AbraxasOctober 6, 2021

A monstrously ravenous and undead Jughead is teased in an exclusive preview from the Archie Comics horror anthology Chilling Adventures in Sorcery.

Nobody does Halloween quite like Archie Comics, and the fan-favorite publisher is putting out a new horror anthology starring its iconic characters this November, with Chilling Adventures in Sorcery #1.

Expanding upon the Madam Satan #1 one-shot special published last year, the upcoming anthology has Madam Satan return to guide readers through a terrifying tour of short stories that pit the Archie Comics characters in frightening situations. Archie Comics has shared an exclusive, unlettered preview of the anthology’s short story “A Walk Through Hell,” written by Eliot Rahal, drawn by Vincenzo Federici, colored by Matt Herms and lettered by Jack Morelli. Also included is the standard cover illustrated by Julius Ohta and the variant cover illustrated by Francesco Francavilla.

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While Jughead Jones always possessed an insatiable hunger and a soft spot for junk food, his undead self still finds the ravenous joys in a fetid slice of pizza provided by Madam Satan herself while what appears to be a cursed vision of Archie Andrews sails the high seas.

In addition to the horror anthology, Archie Comics is ringing in its 80th anniversary with the return of the bestselling comic book series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Launching Oct. 13, the fan-favorite team of Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Robert Hack are reuniting to continue the adventures of Sabrina Spellman as she faces supernatural threats from all sides.

Written and illustrated by a whole host of fan-favorite comic book creators, Chilling Adventures in Sorcery #1 goes on sale Nov. 3 from Archie Comics.

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