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thevanillachinchilla:

Hehe in your face, Sabrina >;)

…Sabrina The Teenage Witch was created in the 1960s. The comic came first, then the TV Show in the ’90s. So uh, Usagi lost 8)

thevanillachinchilla:

Hehe in your face, Sabrina >;)

Sabrina The Teenage Witch was created in the 1960s. The comic came first, then the TV Show in the ’90s. So uh, Usagi lost 8)

It’s been eight years since there was a version of Sabrina the Teenage Witch on television, whether in animated form or starring Clarissa Explains it All veteran Melissa Joan Hart. Today Archie Comics announced that they’ll be partnering with Moonscoop entertainment to bring a computer animated Sabrina show to networks soon, hopefully to air by October of next year. Halloween debut, anyone?

“This is the first new animation for Sabrina in almost 10 years,” says [Archie CEO Jon Goldwater]. “It’s a combination of ‘Twilight’ meets ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’… she’s more modern.”

Is it just me, or does it seem like people name drop Twilight when what they actually want to say is “stories with magic in them aimed at girls?” (As if that hasn’t pretty much been a whole genre for decades now anyway.) In any case, we’ll forgive the name dropping simply because it’s so closely followed by Buffy.

Read more at the article. This just saddens me.