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Devlin Waugh: Blood Debt

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Devlin Waugh: Blood Debt

Released 12th May 2021

Vatican exorcist, freelance paranormal investigator and altogether dashing rogue, Devlin Waugh is in the business of getting up close and extremely personal with the occult! This time he'll have to rescue his debtor brother Freddy from a casino suspended over an unending interdimensional void, save Brit-Cit from a plague of mutagenic nightmare spores, and befriend a possessed demonic dildo, all while negotiating boyfriends ex- and current...

"Ales Kot, new to Devlin, seems to be channelling Grant Morrison’s The Filth with a story that delights in the obscene, the disgusting and the outrageous." - Comics the Gathering

 "so wonderfully, bizarrely, decadently wonderful ... drawing you in with a combination of superb characterisation and stellar plotting… and being Devlin Waugh, not a small amount of spectacular smut." - Comicon.com

Writers
Rory McConville & Ales Kot
Artist
Mike Dowling

Vatican exorcist, freelance paranormal investigator and altogether dashing rogue, Devlin Waugh is in the business of getting up close and extremely personal with the occult! This time he'll have to rescue his debtor brother Freddy from a casino suspended over an unending interdimensional void, save Brit-Cit from a plague of mutagenic nightmare spores, and befriend a possessed demonic dildo, all while negotiating boyfriends ex- and current...

"Ales Kot, new to Devlin, seems to be channelling Grant Morrison’s The Filth with a story that delights in the obscene, the disgusting and the outrageous." - Comics the Gathering

 "so wonderfully, bizarrely, decadently wonderful ... drawing you in with a combination of superb characterisation and stellar plotting… and being Devlin Waugh, not a small amount of spectacular smut." - Comicon.com