Archie Adds Two New One-Shots For April: Little Sabrina, Big Moose

Following up on March’s launch of four Archie Comics one-shots that could pave the way for potential new ongoing series, the publisher will release at least two more in April: Little Sabrina and Big Moose. Neither one-shot required a Kickstarter to fund. Eisner Award winning website CBR has the EXCLUSIVE reveal of this news in an in-depth investigative report featuring both the covers and solicit information, which we’ve used our own journalistic expertise to right-click, save-as, and upload here:

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BIG MOOSE ONE-SHOT

  • Riverdale’s resident jock gets the spotlight in this special one-shot where everything’s Moose! Stories by Sean Ryan, Ryan Cady and Gorf with art by Cory Smith, Thomas Pitilli and Wilfredo Torres!
  • Script: Sean Ryan, Ryan Cady, Gorf
  • Art: Thomas Pitilli, Cory Smith, Wilfredo Torres
  • Moose One-Shot CVR A Reg: Thomas Pitilli
  • Moose One-Shot CVR B Var: Cory Smith
  • Moose One-Shot CVR C Var: Wilfredo Torres
  • Ship Date: 4/12
  • On Sale Date: 4/26
  • 48-page, full color comic
  • $4.99 U.S.

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LITTLE SABRINA ONE-SHOT

  • Little Sabrina encounters very colorful doppelgangers of her little kitty Salem! When she tries to use magic to whisk them back to wherever they came from she finds that their magic abilities are more than she bargained for!
  • Script: Art Baltazar and Franco
  • Art: Art Baltazar
  • Little Sabrina One-Shot CVR A Reg: Art Baltazar
  • Little Sabrina One-Shot CVR B Var: Jay Fosgitt
  • Little Sabrina One-Shot CVR C Var: Evan Stanley
  • Ship Date: 3/22
  • On Sale Date: 4/5
  • 48-page, full color comic
  • $4.99 U.S.

 

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