Decibel Magazine recommends Satanic Hell! The legendary metal mag says:
“It is difficult to imagine a more Decibel-friendly premise than the one upon which the digital comic series Satanic Hell is built…and it only gets friendlier as the band cobbles together a Metal Militia in later issues to take on the fanatical Reverend Scudder behind enemy lines.”
See the feature in Decibel Magazine.
(Also appears in Planet Six String.)
Satanic Hell #3 is out! 29 pages of killer art and story for $0.99. It’s available on PDF using Gumroad, an easy and safe way to download. You can also find it on Graphicly and DriveThruComics. There are no plans to release it on Kindle Fire and Apple iTunes at this time due to the cost. The PDF is easy to read on mobile devices and there are several comic apps available to read them. If you have not read the whole series yet, you can download all three PDFs for a discount at $1.75.
Its took awhile for Satanic Hell #3 to come out due to various reasons. We wanted to find a letterer to free Kevin up so that he could focus on the art. Our first letterer did not work out and but our second one, E.T. Dollman, is awesome. He’ll be lettering the rest of the series. We appreciate your patience. Future issues will be out on time – issue #4 is being colored right now and issue #5 is being penciled. Satanic Hell #4 comes out in March 2013.
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Blogger, metalhead and comic fan, the Impaler Speaks, takes a peak at Satanic Hell and loves it!
On Satanic Hell #1: “The story by Grigoris Douros is compelling, the art by Kevin Enhart and Newel Anderson strikes a nice balance between classic and modern, and the coloring by Jimmy Kerast makes the whole thing pop like the light show at a Cradle Of Filth concert. Throw in a super-cool cover – with a creepy, ‘Sandman’-influenced feel – created by all three visual artists working together, and the end result is a must-have comic, for comics fans and for metal fans alike.”
On Satanic Hell #2: “As in the first issue, the story by Grigoris Douros is worth the cover price…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!”
Read the full reviews at Impaler Speaks
More Tweets from Satanic Hell fans!
Just finished the first issue of @satanichell. What a fun read and a great concept. Can’t wait to read issue #2.
— saintsalike (@saintsalike) October 5, 2012
@satanichell #2. Like bits of my teenage years coming back, orders of magnitude more awesome. Plus an awesome woodcut.
— Andrew Hyatt (@andrewhyatt) Original tweet
Satanic Hell #3 is in the works. Have you read issue #2 yet? Robert from Indiecomix says Satanic Hell #2 is a “darn enjoyable read” and “is looking forward to the next part of the tour”.
Read the full review here.