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Good girls go to heaven, right? But it seems like there are no good girls anymore. After her death, Nancy awakens in a creepy landscape to find decomposing lost souls, demons lurking in the shadows, outcasts, chainsaws, booze, and certain doom. Can Nancy escape from Hell? Amazing artist JUAN JOSE RYP (Black Summer, No Hero) and writer EL TORRES (The Veil) take you on a white-knuckle tour of the underworld to find out!







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Nancy, what have you done? 0

100 Words Or LessNancy Simmons has just woken up in Hell in a pool of blood. Before she has a chance to figure out what is going on, she's set upon by two demons. Luckily, Phil and his band are there to save her. But there is no place safe in Hell, not even the K4 Bar. Hellhounds attack, along with the mysterious figure in the hat and trenchcoat. Is Nancy doomed? Will Nancy die again... in Hell? Not if an unexpected savior can help it.  So Then I Said...I wasn't expecting much from this comic. F...

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Hell Never Looked So Good 0

Meet Nancy -  whisky drinking, chain-smoking, clad in combat boots, skimpy t-shirt, a tiny pair of denim cutoffs and swinging a chainsaw. She`s dead and gone to Hell. She doesn`t like it, and wants out. And there you have the plot of Image`s new series, `Nancy In Hell`. It`s not much of a story, but then who cares. For me, this comic is about the art - it`s excellent. Juan Jose Ryp has worked on a few Avatar Press publications, and this series is in that typically Bad Girl Art style that Avatar ...

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