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Devlin Waugh: The Reckoning

Part of Devlin Waugh
Published by 2000 AD
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About The Book

The vampiric supernatural investigator Devlin Waugh is back in a new collection of dark and haunting stories as Devlin must confront demons from Hell in order to save his friends.

2000 AD's debonair vampire exorcist, Devlin Waugh, is back - and he's more outrageous and dangerous than ever!

From writer Aleš Kot (Zero, Secret Avengers) and artists Patrick Goddard (Savage) and Mike Dowling (Unfollow) comes an exciting, shocking, and darkly hilarious new collection of Devlin's latest adventures.

The freelance paranormal trouble-shooter and exorcist for the Vatican confronts sinister dark forces and plays the Match of Hades, before defending his demonic dildonic partner, Titivillus, in the court of Hell itself!

About The Author

Ales Kot is one of the few American (in his case Czech-American) comic writers to work for the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, where he continues to write Devlin Waugh stories. Previously he has written Secret Avengers for Marvel Comics, Suicide Squad for DC Comics, and created his own series published through Image Comics such as Change, Zero and Days of Hate.

Product Details

  • Publisher: 2000 AD (April 11, 2023)
  • Length: 144 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781786187765

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'Dialogue so cutting it must have been written with a diamond nib and action scenes straight out of the Tarantino locker' - Kendall Reviews

"I firmly hope that there is never a point where I tire of reading the lurid tales of Devlin Waugh, and rest assured that today certainly isn’t that day." - Big Comic Page on Blood Debt

– Big Comic Page

"I promise that you have not seen anything until you’ve read [Kot's] take on 2000 AD’s one and only dandy Devlin Waugh." - Chloe Maveal, Comics Beat

– Comics Beat

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