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AfterShock Preview: Her Infernal Descent #1

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AfterShock Preview: Her Infernal Descent #1

From the writers of the break-out hit The Dregs, and the artist of Roche Limit, this is HELL like you’ve never seen before.

A tale of loss told in five parts. Any good mom would march through the inferno of HELL to get her family back.

Unable to cope with the burden of grief, a middle-aged mom descends the nine circles of hell to retrieve her forsaken family. Guided by the ghosts of William Blake and Agatha Christie, this no-nonsense mother journeys deep into a bizarre underworld filled with celebrity sinners, surreal landscapes, and absurd tasks. HER INFERNAL DESCENT is a retelling of Dante’s Inferno that updates the themes for a modern audience.

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HER INFERNAL DESCENT #1
Writers: Lonnie Nadler & Zac Thompson
Artist: Kyle Charles
Colorist: Jordan Boyd
Letterer: Ryan Ferrier
Cover A: Kyle Charles w/ Jordan Boyd
Cover B: Robert Hack
$3.99 / 32 pages
on sale 04.18.18

AfterShock Preview: Her Infernal Descent #1

AfterShock Preview: Her Infernal Descent #1

AfterShock Preview: Her Infernal Descent #1

AfterShock Preview: Her Infernal Descent #1

AfterShock Preview: Her Infernal Descent #1

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