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Wednesday, July 19, 2023 | Comics, Exclusives, News


Don’t mess with the devil’s ride. Unfortunately, this rule is lost on thieves Bobby Ray and Dahlia when they boost Lucifer’s wheels as the getaway car for their seemingly perfect heist. The only flaw in their plan? Satan wants it back, and there’s hell to pay in DRIVE LIKE HELL, a new four-part limited series coming from Dark Horse Comics this October.

A full-throttle, supernatural ride through a hellscape populated with demonic cops, Satanic biker gangs and an unholy host of madcap characters, DRIVE LIKE HELL is the creation of writer Rich Douek and artist Alex Cormack (Sea of Sorrows, Breath of Shadows, Road of Bones).

“When I started writing DRIVE LIKE HELL, I had one rule,” says author Rich Douek. “If I had an idea that seemed too crazy, too extreme or too outrageous, I had to go ahead and do it. The result is a story that I hope is as fun to read as it was to write.”

“Drawing a car chase, something that depends so much on movement, was something I always wanted to try out in comics.” adds artist Alex Cormack. “Growing up watching The Blues Brothers and The French Connection … Hell, I even made an animation in college that was a smash ’em up car chase called Burnout. I’ve always loved car chases, so when Rich mentioned the idea for DRIVE LIKE HELL, I was immediately on board. I can’t wait for people to see this!”

DRIVE LIKE HELL #1, skids sideways into stores on October 25, 2023, so burn rubber to your local comic shop, and pre-order this high-octane thriller today for $3.99.

William J. Wright
William J. Wright is RUE MORGUE's online managing editor. A two-time Rondo Classic Horror Award nominee and an active member of the Horror Writers Association, William is lifelong lover of the weird and macabre. His work has appeared in many popular (and a few unpopular) publications dedicated to horror and cult film. William earned a bachelor of arts degree from East Tennessee State University in 1998, majoring in English with a minor in Film Studies. He helped establish ETSU's Film Studies minor with professor and film scholar Mary Hurd and was the program's first graduate. He currently lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, with his wife, three sons and a recalcitrant cat.