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Kelly Thompson (Uncanny X-Men) and artist Veronica Fish (Spider-Woman, Archie) team-up to tell the story of Sabrina Spellman. Sabrina is a teen witch who's struggling with balancing the double life of high school and her burgeoning powers. Newly relocated to Greendale with her aunts Hilda and Zelda (also witches), Sabrina is trying to make the best of being the new girl in Kelly Thompson (Uncanny X-Men) and artist Veronica Fish (Spider-Woman, Archie) team-up to tell the story of Sabrina Spellman. Sabrina is a teen witch who's struggling with balancing the double life of high school and her burgeoning powers. Newly relocated to Greendale with her aunts Hilda and Zelda (also witches), Sabrina is trying to make the best of being the new girl in town which so far includes two intriguing love interests, an instant rivalry, a couple of misfits that could turn into BFFs, and trying to save the high school (and maybe the world) from crazy supernatural events. NBD!


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Kelly Thompson (Uncanny X-Men) and artist Veronica Fish (Spider-Woman, Archie) team-up to tell the story of Sabrina Spellman. Sabrina is a teen witch who's struggling with balancing the double life of high school and her burgeoning powers. Newly relocated to Greendale with her aunts Hilda and Zelda (also witches), Sabrina is trying to make the best of being the new girl in Kelly Thompson (Uncanny X-Men) and artist Veronica Fish (Spider-Woman, Archie) team-up to tell the story of Sabrina Spellman. Sabrina is a teen witch who's struggling with balancing the double life of high school and her burgeoning powers. Newly relocated to Greendale with her aunts Hilda and Zelda (also witches), Sabrina is trying to make the best of being the new girl in town which so far includes two intriguing love interests, an instant rivalry, a couple of misfits that could turn into BFFs, and trying to save the high school (and maybe the world) from crazy supernatural events. NBD!

30 review for Sabrina the Teenage Witch

  1. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    I think a lot of people who grew up reading the original comics or watched the '90s tv show as kids were turned off by the very dark adult version of the character, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, when it popped up. I liked it a lot, but not everyone was jumping up and down for more. This one, however? I think Thompson hit on a nice happy medium. A rebooted modern version that doesn't include cannibalism or incest. <--it can only go up from there, right? This was a genuinely sweet story, but it I think a lot of people who grew up reading the original comics or watched the '90s tv show as kids were turned off by the very dark adult version of the character, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, when it popped up. I liked it a lot, but not everyone was jumping up and down for more. This one, however? I think Thompson hit on a nice happy medium. A rebooted modern version that doesn't include cannibalism or incest. <--it can only go up from there, right? This was a genuinely sweet story, but it didn't leave that gross saccharine taste in my mouth. Sabrina was cool, and unsure of herself, and badass, and sort of lost. Kind of like a normal teenager. The bad guys and bullies are a bit more complicated in this one, which makes it better than the old Evil to be Evil schtick. I was kind of afraid we were going to end up with yet another cackling mean girl, but that's not what happened. In fact, I thought all of the characters were well-rounded. I was pretty impressed. Yeah. I was actually very impressed, now that I think about it. I think this one will work not only for those who hated the darker Sabrina but also for those who loved it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    This was a lot of fun. Like Mark Waid's Archie, it updates the character to modern times while still maintaining the core of the character. It had a bit of a Buffy feel to it, from her high school days. The dialogue was crisp and the mystery interesting. Veronica Fish's art was perfect. Hopefully we'll be seeing more of Sabrina in the future.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kerri

    4.5 This reminded me of the Melissa Joan Hart version of Sabrina in many ways, (a good thing!) but it was also different enough that it felt fresh and original. A month or two ago I read Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, then watched the show -- I loved both, and really enjoy the darker take on Sabrina, but I have to say I really appreciated the lightness of this, the bright artwork with lots of colour, especially pinks and purples. This Sabrina is funny and a little awkward -- I liked her a lot. 4.5 This reminded me of the Melissa Joan Hart version of Sabrina in many ways, (a good thing!) but it was also different enough that it felt fresh and original. A month or two ago I read Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, then watched the show -- I loved both, and really enjoy the darker take on Sabrina, but I have to say I really appreciated the lightness of this, the bright artwork with lots of colour, especially pinks and purples. This Sabrina is funny and a little awkward -- I liked her a lot. Salem is, as ever, cool and sassy, Harvey is sweet, the aunts are brilliant. Although this is a new story, in a lot of ways reading it felt quite nostalgic, reminding me constantly of my childhood love of Sabrina! I'll be keeping an eye out for the next installment.😺

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dan Schwent

    New to Greendale, Sabrina Spellman runs afoul of twin enemies: a supernatural menace and teenage drama. I read a ton of Archie comics as a kid but only a handful of Sabrina stories. My main exposure to Sabrina was that television show starring Melissa Joan Hart about a thousand years ago. I saw some comics pro, I forget which one, say this was one of the best comics of 2019 so I picked it up when the Archie website was having a sale. I don't know about best comic of 2019 but this is damn good. New to Greendale, Sabrina Spellman runs afoul of twin enemies: a supernatural menace and teenage drama. I read a ton of Archie comics as a kid but only a handful of Sabrina stories. My main exposure to Sabrina was that television show starring Melissa Joan Hart about a thousand years ago. I saw some comics pro, I forget which one, say this was one of the best comics of 2019 so I picked it up when the Archie website was having a sale. I don't know about best comic of 2019 but this is damn good. Kelly Thompson does a great job of infusing her supernatural story with teenage drama WITHOUT annoying the shit out of me. Sabrina's a likeable outcast, new to Greendale with her aunts in town. Soon, there's a Wendigo, a kraken, and the alpha mean girl at school, Radka Ransom. How will the two threads intersect? The art is pretty slick. Veronica and Andy Fish crafted some great art. It feels retro but still modern. The coloring is also slick, computer colored but not overdone. The color palette is a little purple-heavy but since most of the action takes place at night, that's fine. My main gripes are that the ending seemed like it came out of left field. Maybe this was supposed to be six issues and got shortened to five for some reason? My other gripe is that the next miniseries hasn't been released yet. Seriously, this is some surprisingly good shit. Loving this take on Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Four out of five Masks of Malin.

  5. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    This was cute, fun, and probably not really for me LOL. I think Kelly Thompson is a very talented writer. She has a lot of good voices for multiple characters. I also think Sabrina is a character that can work in any decade, she's charming, sweet, and badass. So Kelly decides to update her, make it more modern, more school problems as always, while also dealing with the wicked magical side of the world. This creates a fun, sometimes dangerous, but also witchy experience. If you're a fan of This was cute, fun, and probably not really for me LOL. I think Kelly Thompson is a very talented writer. She has a lot of good voices for multiple characters. I also think Sabrina is a character that can work in any decade, she's charming, sweet, and badass. So Kelly decides to update her, make it more modern, more school problems as always, while also dealing with the wicked magical side of the world. This creates a fun, sometimes dangerous, but also witchy experience. If you're a fan of Sabrina I think you'll enjoy this. It's charming and fun, and that was the main selling point. Even the art is bubbly and cute with some scary monsters on the side. I didn't love it though as I enjoyed the darker side of the "chilling adventures of Sabrina" but I can see people eating up this new series. A 3 out of 5 for me.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    4.5 stars This was fun! It had a bit of a slow start but then picked up later on. Salem is a national treasure and I love Sabrina here, also...the art style is gorgeous? The facial expressions are HILARIOUS and as an artist myself this is peak comic art and I love this way more than those same face (and Artstyle) Marvel/DC comics. Only thing I didnt like was the love triangle and girl on girl hate in the beginning (which gets softened pretty quick tho, so I hope there will be some development in 4.5 stars This was fun! It had a bit of a slow start but then picked up later on. Salem is a national treasure and I love Sabrina here, also...the art style is gorgeous? The facial expressions are HILARIOUS and as an artist myself this is peak comic art and I love this way more than those same face (and Artstyle) Marvel/DC comics. Only thing I didn’t like was the love triangle and girl on girl hate in the beginning (which gets softened pretty quick tho, so I hope there will be some development in that area). The love triangle is especially annoying bc THEY ARE BOTH THE SWEETEST GUYS AND I WANT HER TO BE WITH BOTH OF THEM! Can she have both please?

  7. 5 out of 5

    L. McCoy

    SUPER FAST REVIEW: Yay, an Archie comic published comic I didnt dislike! Okay now dont get too excited, this doesnt mean I was a fan either! So I will say I absolutely LOVE the artwork! Seriously, this style is so fun and cartoony, it is absolutely wonderful! Salem (referring to the cat) is great in this comic and I was pleasantly surprised by the storys unpredictability. Okay, its not all good. I honestly didnt care about the non-cat characters. The dialogue, while fortunately not falling into a SUPER FAST REVIEW: Yay, an Archie comic published comic I didn’t dislike! Okay now don’t get too excited, this doesn’t mean I was a fan either! So I will say I absolutely LOVE the artwork! Seriously, this style is so fun and cartoony, it is absolutely wonderful! Salem (referring to the cat) is great in this comic and I was pleasantly surprised by the story’s unpredictability. Okay, it’s not all good. I honestly didn’t care about the non-cat characters. The dialogue, while fortunately not falling into a “fellow kids” category with the young characters, is still a bit iffy. I didn’t care for all the drama-y angst stuff. The story in general is okay, some of it I liked but some of it I didn’t. I’m probably not the target demographic for this one in all fairness so some elements that probably aren’t meant to appeal to me didn’t so... that’s probably what happened there. There’s a bonus first issue from a different series as Archie usually includes in their trades, this time it was for a Sabrina/Archie story. That first issue was terrible and made me decide to definitely not read the full series but fortunately that’s just one preview issue, not the main attraction here. Overall, it’s not bad but I didn’t particularly like it much either. I’ll read the sequel because it is nice as a fun, light-hearted read which my followers know... yeah, I don’t read many smiley comics (that’s the term I’ll use because... eh, just thought of it and it’s the best description I can come up with right now) on a particularly frequent basis. Anyway, I liked it better than the other trades I’ve tried from this publisher so... yeah, it’s fun. If you like the stuff Archie Publications puts out you’ll probably enjoy this a lot. If you don’t, eh maybe give it a try? I mean I usually don’t and still had fun with this so if this does get your attention it might be worth checking out. 3/5

  8. 4 out of 5

    Artemis

    I think I might be falling under the spell of Sabrina Spellman. Enough to maybe read some of her original Archie comics from the sixties, despite review warnings of how sexist and dated they are. 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' in 2019, as penned by Kelly Thompson, she of the usually mixed quality bag, isn't about Satanism, or anything particularly dark or "adult", or particularly light and fluffy for that matter. I'll just say that if you like witches, and you feel nostalgic for Sabrina in any one I think I might be falling under the spell of Sabrina Spellman. Enough to maybe read some of her original Archie comics from the sixties, despite review warnings of how sexist and dated they are. 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' in 2019, as penned by Kelly Thompson, she of the usually mixed quality bag, isn't about Satanism, or anything particularly dark or "adult", or particularly light and fluffy for that matter. I'll just say that if you like witches, and you feel nostalgic for Sabrina in any one of her incarnations, then you are sure to enjoy this. The constant stays to her character are thus: She's white, platinum blonde and pretty, and hetero; Salem, everyone's favourite cat familiar; Sabrina's aunts Hilda and Zelda; a Witches Council (containing, more often than not, the high witch Della/Enchantra); and love interest Harvey Kinkle. I don't think that Sabrina has ever been this introspective, self-aware, deductive, capable, brave, and full of independent agency (take note, 'Chilling Adventures'). She's still a messy teenage girl, who justly equates high school with hell and her peers with monsters. She makes mistakes, and is in a love triangle between two hot boys, but the direction it takes subverts expectations somewhat. One of its merits is that is criticises toxic masculinity. I can't believe I'm actually finding a love triangle interesting! It's not a main focus, at any rate, thank Circe. Sabrina can fix anything, and fight for anything, when she puts her mind to it. She's proactive! Magical powers aside, she is a relatable heroine worth rooting for. She's a damn cool teen in this comic. Salem is as quippy, sarcastic and funny as ever, and receives his moments in the fun spotlight too. And "fun" describes 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch (2019)' to a W, I, T, C, and H. It's modern magical fantasy witch action. It can be read by all ages - never mind its Teen rating. Its lovely, colourful artwork doesn't stray too much from the Archie aesthetic. How simultaneously sweet and soft, and dark and dramatic, it is! A few plot threads are a little uneven, rushed, muddled and confusing, but it's not a tragic case. A few characters could have used more panel time, especially Sabrina's new friend Jessa Chiang, who is fat, Asian, and LBGTQ, and who leans towards tokenism. At least the obligatory mean girl, Radka Ransom, a POC (her brother Ren is also one of Sabrina's love interests), is interesting and is given depth and intrigue. I love too that the comic's cover pays homage to 'Kiki's Delivery Service'. It fits so well, even though Sabrina never actually rides on a broom once in this volume. Regardless, she is like a Magical Girl in this reboot. Her changing her hair colour from white to blonde every morning is just the beginning (she learns to embrace and love herself for who she is at the end, no worries!). Also she wears a crescent moon necklace, and a dark hairband and lipstick. To add anything more about her accessories and arsenal would be spoilery. Final Score: 4/5

  9. 5 out of 5

    SuperSillySerra

    Feels like classic Sabrina! Tired of the dark and demonic Netflix Sabrina the teenage witch series? Well heres a fun take on Sabrina that feels like the old 90s tv show with a mix of real magiks. Sabrina is living with her two aunts and talking cat Salem. As if starting a new school wasnt hard enough, evil creatures start to emerge from the nearby woods. I really liked this series, for it being young adult it doesnt feel kiddie. The art and colors are amazing and I really liked the character Feels like classic Sabrina! Tired of the dark and demonic Netflix Sabrina the teenage witch series? Well here’s a fun take on Sabrina that feels like the old 90s tv show with a mix of “real” magiks. Sabrina is living with her two aunts and talking cat Salem. As if starting a new school wasn’t hard enough, evil creatures start to emerge from the nearby woods. I really liked this series, for it being young adult it doesn’t feel kiddie. The art and colors are amazing and I really liked the character designs. My favorite part is the amount of magic there is in the book. They reference gemstones and herbs often, with creatures from actual old mythology and Sabrina even has a spell to change her hair so she can have both white and blond. It’s super fun! One complaint, the issues that came out were normal size but when the book came out it was so small!! The art and colors are so great, I think the book should be bigger!!!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    3.5 ⭐ I liked this graphic novel, made me laugh a few times and reminded me of the tv show from my childhood, Salem is as adorable and sassy as always! Beautiful art work. Overall it was enjoyable.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Goldilocks Reads (Jenna Vahue)

    I've been waiting for this comic for months! I prefer to read comics one volume at a time rather than reading 4 separate issues and wasting my Hoopla rentals. This new iteration of Sabrina was much brighter and less scary than the Chilling Adventures series by Robert Aguirre-Sacasa(?). The color palette was vibrant and the humor was much more prevalent. Plus, Salem actually talked back in this series and had a lot of funny things to say. I do prefer this series to Chilling because it doesn't I've been waiting for this comic for months! I prefer to read comics one volume at a time rather than reading 4 separate issues and wasting my Hoopla rentals. This new iteration of Sabrina was much brighter and less scary than the Chilling Adventures series by Robert Aguirre-Sacasa(?). The color palette was vibrant and the humor was much more prevalent. Plus, Salem actually talked back in this series and had a lot of funny things to say. I do prefer this series to Chilling because it doesn't scare the shit out of me. The abundance of characters and rich witch lore are also big checkmarks in this series' favor. I'm excited for the next volume and to continue this magical series!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    This is the Sabrina I know and love! The story was really good and the art and colouring were perfect. The lettering was sometimes a little hard to read but I think that's because I read a digital copy on a tablet. Super fun!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    I really liked this! It sits somewhere in a happy middle ground between soapy teen fantasy, like the original TV show, and more serious action like Chilling Adventures, leaning more towards the former. Tonally, it's very similar to early Buffy, which I think is a good fit for a modern take on Sabrina. Introducing a second boy interested in Sabrina besides Harvey raises the soap factor just a bit. Normally, I am not thrilled with love triangles, but I like the way Sabrina is handling it (she I really liked this! It sits somewhere in a happy middle ground between soapy teen fantasy, like the original TV show, and more serious action like Chilling Adventures, leaning more towards the former. Tonally, it's very similar to early Buffy, which I think is a good fit for a modern take on Sabrina. Introducing a second boy interested in Sabrina besides Harvey raises the soap factor just a bit. Normally, I am not thrilled with love triangles, but I like the way Sabrina is handling it (she likes both boys, but she's honest with them about that and won't stand around for them to outright fight over her).

  14. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I kinda, sorta, totally love everything that Kelly Thompson does! This was, you guessed it, fun. I mean, what else can you say about Veronica Fish art and Kelly Thompson writing? True to the spirit of the character but also a new, fresh take that was enjoyable to read. Highly recommend.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mana

    cute fun love the art

  16. 4 out of 5

    Terry Mcginnis

    Let's get this out of the way first: I am among the crowd of individuals who were extremely upset when Chilling Adventures of Sabrina never returned, never completed its story arc, and will probably never be resumed. Fans were left with a dangling cliffhanger and a subpar Netflix adaptation that seemed like something straight from the CW. Flash forward to this reboot. I went in with negative feelings and very low expectations. Well, after breezing through the first volume, I am happy to report Let's get this out of the way first: I am among the crowd of individuals who were extremely upset when Chilling Adventures of Sabrina never returned, never completed its story arc, and will probably never be resumed. Fans were left with a dangling cliffhanger and a subpar Netflix adaptation that seemed like something straight from the CW. Flash forward to this reboot. I went in with negative feelings and very low expectations. Well, after breezing through the first volume, I am happy to report that fans do have something to mildly rejoice about. This series is very fast-paced, well-written, drawn well, and just plain fun. The horror and despair from Adventures are missing, but this has its own style and true fans of Sabrina will find a lot to like. I'm anxiously awaiting volume 2, and looking forward to catching up with the cast of the main Archie title as I hear Sabrina has joined them! If you're still looking for true horror from Archie, please check out Jughead: The Hunger, Vampironica, and the crossover with those two titles, and even Archie vs. Predator II! However, if you're only interested in Sabrina, and was upset that Adventures ended prematurely, you won't be disappointed by this reboot. Highly recommended for fans, old and new!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Stacey B.

    Loved this!

  18. 4 out of 5

    ♥ victoria [deathlypeonies]

    Loved the story and Im obsessed with the art Loved the story and I’m obsessed with the art

  19. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Can Kelly Thompson write a bad comic book? Her track record says that that's a big fat no, because Sabrina's latest series is another home run for her. Distancing herself from the Riverdale crew, this is pure Sabrina - not as dark as Chilling Adventures, not as twee as her early adventures, but a lovely middle ground that combines the magic and mystery of the former with the romance and teen drama of the latter. Thompson's characters are fully formed from the get-go, and her Sabrina is Can Kelly Thompson write a bad comic book? Her track record says that that's a big fat no, because Sabrina's latest series is another home run for her. Distancing herself from the Riverdale crew, this is pure Sabrina - not as dark as Chilling Adventures, not as twee as her early adventures, but a lovely middle ground that combines the magic and mystery of the former with the romance and teen drama of the latter. Thompson's characters are fully formed from the get-go, and her Sabrina is independent and loving, but flawed and a little over-confident. She's great, is what I'm getting at. The plot, featuring Sabrina navigating Greendale High and her classmates mutating into magical creatures, straddles the line between Sabrina's two worlds nicely. There's some convenient unconsciousness in certain parts, but overall it works, and the way Thompson uses Sabrina's magic makes it less of an auto-win button and more of a complicated problem solver, so it's not a crutch so much as a last ditch effort. Veronica and Andy Fish's artwork also manages to walk the line between cutesy and creepy, with some bright colours from Archie resident Jack Morelli. Fish has made the rounds at Marvel and Archie before, but this is easily her best work yet. She and Thompson craft a modern day Greendale that feels like a real town with personality, and very distinctly un-Riverdale-like. Let Sabrina weave her spell around you and you'll find yourself entranced by the pretty art and the clever plotting that combine to make her latest ongoing series truly magical.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Diamond

    i havent read a graphic novel that good in a long long time!! whens the next one coming out?! heres a list of takeaways love the artwork how they modernized sabrina the balance of dark and levity (which is difficult to balance) seeing the new sabrina tv show shows us when you go really dark with her, it works, yet its hard to bring that levity back).. so i think this book is probably one of the best instances where Sabrina is portrayed with a good balance of levity and darkness. even tho some i haven’t read a graphic novel that good in a long long time!! when’s the next one coming out?! here’s a list of takeaways love the artwork how they modernized sabrina the balance of dark and levity (which is difficult to balance) seeing the new sabrina tv show shows us when you go really dark with her, it works, yet it’s hard to bring that levity back).. so i think this book is probably one of the best instances where Sabrina is portrayed with a good balance of levity and darkness. even tho some could argue the shows intention was pure levity but i think that levity had some harmful stereotypes of witches and i think by “modernizing sabrina” we gotta make it more intersectional. so with this book you get a bit of that with the siblings. won’t go further to avoid any spoilers :)

  21. 4 out of 5

    ℳacarena

    Loved it! As someone previously said in her review, this version of Sabrina also reminded me of Melissa Joan Hart's show, which I used to watch when I was around 12 years old. I liked the illustrations, the colours, and every little detail. Looking forward to the next issues!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie (aka WW)

    (2.5 stars) I usually love all things Archie, which includes Sabrina, but this one fell flat for me. The art was fine...I liked the look of Sabrina and her aunts...but the story was just all over the place. Very disconnected. Im thinking of a revisit to The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina as a palate cleanser. Thats some scary stuff. (2.5 stars) I usually love all things Archie, which includes Sabrina, but this one fell flat for me. The art was fine...I liked the “look” of Sabrina and her aunts...but the story was just all over the place. Very disconnected. I’m thinking of a revisit to The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina as a palate cleanser. That’s some scary stuff.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Monica (Tomes Project)

    This was so much fun! While I did enjoy the darker look at Sabrina, it was a bit much. This is much more in the vein of the Melissa Joan Hart 90s TV show that I grew up loving, but with a modern twist and a dash of the darkness and the monsters and the coven aspect that we got from the darker version. I'm eagerly awaiting more from this series.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Simon

    A colorful, fun(ny), and adventure-filled take on Sabrina, like an amalgam of all the best iterations of the character. It manages to deliver a very YA spin while feeling nostalgic for the older sitcom as well as turning the formula into something compelling by introducing actual elements of danger and magic use that isn't restricted to hair-colouring spells. I'd call this superior to the okay but way too tryhard Chilling Adventures book.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Alix West

    Meh. The only thing really positive I can say for this was that it's not The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, which I absolutely loathed. The pacing is choppy, and it never committed to any single plot line enough to make any of them interesting. Plus, there was a preview at the end for some unrelated, nightmarish Sabrina/Archie comic, which I object to on moral grounds because Archie is absolute trash, always. Salem can hang, though.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Shantel Eddy

    It's not that I didn't enjoy it. I was hoping we would have more points from the show in it. The graphic novel was really good don't get be wrong but it kinda fell flat for me because of my expectations.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Candice

    That was light, fun and absolutely gorgeous !! I didn't need anything else from this.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Shelly

    loved the art & story! Definitely one of my faves of recent character reboots.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia

    4.5 I really loved this volume!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Dichotomy Girl

    I admit, I liked this a little bit more than the dark sabrina of the netflix series. This sabrina is a little bit more Buffy.

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