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Readers Are On Board For A Sweeping Adventure In Breakout Hit Falling In Love On The Path To Hell, Debut Rushed Back To Print

 

“Like a Quentin Tarantino film spliced with the otherworldly intrigue of Lost , Falling in Love on the Path to Hell has it all.” — Tripwire

Bestselling writer Gerry Duggan ( Deadpool, X-Men ) and Garry Brown ( Babyteeth ) have a bonafide hit on their hands with the launch of, Falling in Love on the Path to Hell. This epic adventure has instantly swept readers off their feet and sold out completely at the distributor level. The reprint cover will be an eye-catching red—with a black, stamped look to the artwork—and will feature a white version of the title logo.

The sun set on samurai and gunslingers at roughly the same time in the 1870s—but Falling in Love on the Path to Hell ’s two leads didn’t die off quietly. In Japan, Asami, an Onna-musha warrior and female samurai, would rather die with her weapons than surrender them to a sword hunt. In California, the gunslinger MacRaith follows his revenge to the bitter end and pays the ultimate price.

The unlikely pair are mortally wounded a world apart, but awake together in a purgatory ruled by a ruthless, nightmarish society of damned warriors.

First announced with an exclusive ashcan giveaway to retailers at Emerald City Comic Con and an exclusive scoop on the announcement at Popverse , this gunslinging tale of love and revenge showcases a massive extra-length story that drops readers straight into the action.

Falling in Love on the Path to Hell #1 , 2nd printing (Lunar Code 0424IM910) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, July 3.

Falling in Love on the Path to Hell is also available across many digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, and Google Play.

Select praise for Falling in Love on the Path to Hell : “Everything a debut issue can hope to be. Compelling leads, a fully realized world and beautiful to look at.” — AIPT

“Like a Quentin Tarantino film spliced with the otherworldly intrigue of Lost, Falling in Love on the Path to Hell has it all. ” — Tripwire

“Delivers fantastic art.” — The Superpowered Fancast

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