Exclusive AfterShock Preview: A WALK THROUGH HELL #10 – Garth Ennis And Goran Sudzuka

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A Walk Through Hell #10 hits your local comic shop on May 29th, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview for you.

The 32-page book is written by Garth Ennis, with art by Goran Sudzuka, colors by Ive Svorcina, and letters by Rob Steen. Goran Sudzuka worked on the cover.

About the issue:
With the answers they need finally within their grasp, Shaw and McGregor seek a guide to the strange and disturbing world in which they find themselves. But McGregor makes a fateful decision in this quest for understanding, and soon the horrors of his own past are laid bare. And all the while, the clock ticks towards midnight…

The tagline for the series is ‘the next chapter in a new kind of horror story for modern America.’

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Check out the A Walk Through Hell #10 preview below:
Exclusive AfterShock Preview: A WALK THROUGH HELL #10

Exclusive AfterShock Preview: A WALK THROUGH HELL #10

Exclusive AfterShock Preview: A WALK THROUGH HELL #10

Exclusive AfterShock Preview: A WALK THROUGH HELL #10

Exclusive AfterShock Preview: A WALK THROUGH HELL #10


Do you have A Walk Through Hell on your pull list? Comment below with your thoughts on the series and AfterShock Comics.

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