Hell Doesn’t Always Come In A Handbasket: Previewing ‘No Ghosts In Hiroshima’

by Brendan M. Allen

Scout Comics has revealed a preview of No Ghosts In Hiroshima, dropping today from writers Jim Krueger and J Luigi Borillo, artist Alberto Rios, and colorist/cover artist Zach Brunner.

‘Hell doesn’t always come in a handbasket; sometimes it comes in a briefcase. Guilt is the greatest ghost of them all. For James Heinricherson, the guilt of a mistake made years ago continues to haunt him.

He believes he has condemned an innocent soul to eternal suffering. And he has worked for years to invent a way to free this soul from Hell itself. His medical student, Gabriel, helps him on this journey through darkness while pursued by demons who are determined to stop them and ascend the hierarchy of Hell.’

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