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This series ran for 32 issues, between 1997 and December 1999.

The new series incorporated elements from the live-action sitcom, including modernized fashions and appearances for the aunts, and Salem's personality and backstory.

Various names are given to this dimension; the mid-late 2000s comics refer to it as the "Magic Realm," while the live-action sitcom referred to it as the "Other Realm." Sabrina's primary romantic interest is her mortal boyfriend named Harvey Kinkle who, like nearly all the other mortals in Sabrina's world, is unaware his girlfriend is a witch.

(In the live-action sitcom, Harvey would eventually learn Sabrina is a witch on his own.) The comic's characters have also appeared in various other media formats.

Starting in January 2000, Archie rebooted the series from #1, this time based upon the 2000 animated series (the final issue of the 1997-1999 series had acted as a transition between the two adaptations).

Sabrina and Salem make a notable appearance in the 2012 Archie issue #636, where Salem, as a plot device, performs a twisted spell (much against Sabrina's desires) that gender-bends the entire town of Riverdale, and the characters did not even realize it.

The comics were then released featuring new characters and a slightly more serious, continuity-heavy plot.

The manga Sabrina story wrapped up at issue #100 in 2009, Book 3 and 4 containing issues #79-89 and #90-100, respectively, were also released and, like the first two, were reprinted in gray-scale instead of full color.

The one-shot could be greenlit into a full series if there's enough fan interest.

This is a list and description of the characters that appear in the Sabrina comic books.

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