Heck

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4.0
5 reviews
Ebook
290
Pages
Eligible

About this ebook

Straight from the pages of the hit digital series DOUBLE BARREL! It's his own personal Hell. After the funeral of his estranged father, faded hometown hero Hector "Heck" Hammarskj_ld finds himself the new owner of the old man's house... and inside it, a portal to the underworld! With few other prospects on the horizon, Heck goes into business settling inheritance disputes by contacting the recently deceased, accompanied by his faithful sidekick Elliot. But when an old flame knocks on their door with an important message for her late husband, Heck and Elliot embark on an terrifying journey down into the nine circles, braving the horrors of Hell for an assignment that will reveal more than they ever imagined. Award-winning cartoonist Zander Cannon (The Replacement God, Top 10, Smax, The Stuff of Life) collects his serial from the hit digital magazine Double Barrel into his long-awaited first graphic novel: a story of memory, friendship, and regret, where the past is dead and buried... but not out of reach.

Ratings and reviews

4.0
5 reviews
A Google user
A very entertaining graphic novel that portrays a version of hell that feels scarier than a lot of descriptions. Graphics are sort of minimalist but it works with this story. Well worth the read.
A Google user
I only got 25 pages in- can't do it, back to the library with you!
A Google user
A man comes home to settle his father's affairs and finds a gateway to hell. He'll journey there to settle your affairs, forgetting every time how terrible the cost. Excellent high-contrast B&W cartooning.

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