The great thing about comic books is that they're not bound by reality. The real world is dark, perverse, and terrible, but in comics our heroes are colorful, witty, and incorruptible. Which is why it's up to the real world, as the ultimate supervillain, to corrupt the crap out of them. Here are just a few of the comics to catch the ol' reboot to the crotch.
Sabrina The Teenage Witch Is A Satanist Whose Dad Summons The Devil
Sabrina The Teenage Witch, starring Melissa Joan Hart, was so inoffensive that religious parents still consider it a safe alternative to Harry Potter. That's probably because it was an adaptation of an Archie comic book series that was even more saccharine than the TV show.
The Insane Reimagining:
In October 2014, Archie Comics decided to revive their dead property in a new horror series called The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina. And, as with most resurrections, the result was a grotesque monstrosity unrecognizable by anyone that knew it in life. Sabrina and her family are now Satanists. Actually, in this universe, all witches are part of a cult that worships the Devil, with Sabrina's father being something like their anti-pope "who has conjured his Lord Satan, in the living flesh, numerous times."
They managed the impossible: making the original show seem funny by comparison.