Satanic Hell issue #2

Satanic Hell issue #2



Satanic Hell issue #2 (Zeno Telos Press)
As the second issue of this underground comic opens, the industrial metal band Satanic Hell – comprised of vocalist Death Priest, guitarist Dante, and bassist Exodus (plus an ostensibly evil drum machine) – are grinding through an underground tour of Texas, which has been fully and officially taken over by a repressive group of religious zealots with a governmental structure that operates in such a repressive and violent fashion that anyone even suspected of disobeying their strict orders is vanquished to a ‘rehabilitation’ camp, likely never to be seen or heard from again. At this point, the only friend the boys in Satanic Hell seem to have is Sam, a strangely unaffected local who booked the tour – but for what purpose? The leaders of the new Texas government, as well as some of the younger – and potentially rebellious – citizens are brought into clearer focus through a cleverly contrived dual storyline. As in the first issue, the story by Grigoris Douros is worth the cover price – which is 99 cents for this issue, available for purchase as a download at www.satanichell.com and through the usual sources for proprietory devices (Kindle, iEverything), as well as in PDF for use in DriveThruComics or on any standard computer – all on its own, while the artwork by Kevin Enhart and coloring by Jimmy Kerast fully seals the deal. I like metal. I like comics. I don’t like having to wait for the rest of the initially-planned seven-issue series to come out in six-week intervals – I want to see what happens to Satanic Hell next! The Impaler @impalerspeaks

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