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Scout Comics announces ‘No Ghosts in Hiroshima’ for June 2021

A young medical student and his girlfriend face demons hell-bent on gaining technology to kill souls in a supernatural showdown blending quantum physics and magic.

Dr. James Henricherson is racked with guilt because of a mistake he made many years ago. He believes he has unwittingly condemned an innocent soul to eternal suffering and pain. In an attempt to set things right, he has worked for years to invent a way to free this soul from Hell. But Dr. Henricherson’s efforts have stirred demonic attention by those who see this as a way to seize power in Hell. Chased by these demons, Dr. Henricherson is badly injured and is forced to hand over his discoveries to his prize pupil, a medical intern named Dr. Gabriel Oldman, imploring him to deliver a briefcase to an old friend before it’s too late!

No Ghosts in Hiroshima

Writers: Jim Krueger, J Luigi Borrillo
Artist: Alberto Rios
Colors/Cover Artist: Zach Brunner
Letterer: Dave Lanphear
Editor: Andrea Lorenzo Molinari
Release Date: June 2021

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