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The Devil Has Been Destroyed And His Son Must Take The Road Trip to Hell To Accept The Throne

A dark comedy filled with action, adventure, and the worst the world had to offer, Road Trip to Hell follows Francis Rhoades, a young man with the ability to see horrible things in a person’s future just by touching them. His life has been full of hardship, but things get even worse when the demon Baphomet informs him that his father is Satan and he’s been destroyed. Now, Francis has been designated the new king of Hell. The catch? All the damned have escaped, and if one of them can kill Francis before he can reach the netherworld himself, that soul will become the new leader of Hell! With the help of his sister Star and his literal guardian angel Joan of Arc, Francis needs to survive his trip to hell… hopefully without losing his own soul in the process! 

Road Trip to Hell is written by Nicole D’Andria with art by Monika Maccagni, color by Joaquin Pereyra, lettering by Justin Birch, variant cover by Marco Fontanili, and logo designed by Jacob Bascle. It comes to comic shops this October from Scout Comics.

Road Trip to Hell

Scout announces new hires and promotions

Scout Comics & Entertainment Inc. has announced a number of new hires and promotions as it heads into San Diego Comic-Con. 

Effective immediately, Richard Rivera is Co-Publisher along with existing Co-Publisher Charlie Stickney. Richard is also the Publisher of Scoot, which has seen significant growth since its inception in 2020, as well as the writer of Stabbity Bunny, one of Scout’s most successful ongoing series.

Richard Rivera

Marcus Guillory has been named as Scout’s new Head of Design. Marcus is a graphic designer with years of experience working in the real estate, education, and small business sectors. A former U.S. Marine and two-time graduate of the Art Institute, Marcus has already proven himself at Scout, taking a team approach to utilizing design and technology to advance the company’s goals.

Marcus Guillory

Nicole D’Andria is Scout’s new Digital Content Director, as well as working as an editor for multiple Scout titles. In addition, Nicole edits webcomics for Tapas Media and light novels for J-Novel; and writes comic book-related articles for Comic Frontline and Screen Rant. Nicole previously adapted the television show Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir and Peter David’s novel Artful to comics.

Nicole D’Andria

Ambrosha Koepp and Joey Galvez are Scout’s new Social Media Coordinators. Joey is the Founder & CEO of The Geek Collective, a marketing agency geared towards comic book public relations. Joey is also the Senior Network Development Officer at Age of Radio, where he scouts podcasts and elevates brand consistency through organic growth. Additionally, Joey Is the founder and host of The House of Indie. Joey and Ambrosha co-created Wednesday Warriors Live, a streaming geek culture talk show. Ambrosha is a teacher and the host of the podcast Comic Book History Lessons. 

Nate Johnson is Scout’s new Marketing Coordinator. With a background in art, marketing, branding, and web design, Nate is a seasoned graphic designer and brand developer. In the last few years, Nate has assisted members in the comic community and industry leaders like ComicTom101, Bad Idea, and various comic shops to grow their customers, viewers, and readers. Nate also brings his talents as a variant cover artist, most recently having been featured on several Scoot titles.

Nate Johnson

Married couple Kathy and Trevor Thomas have been named as Scout Headquarters Manager and Headquarters Operations Manager, respectively.  They are in charge of all daily operations at Scout HQ, as well as merchandise creation for the website, customer service, quality control, and inventory management, among many other tasks. And their four children can often be found in Scout Headquarters, reading as many comic books as humanly possible.

Preview: Miranda in the Maelstrom #6

MIRANDA IN THE MAELSTROM #6

Writer(s): Riley Dashiell Biehl 
Artist Name(s): Drew Moss (Pencils), Borg Sinaban (Colors) 
Cover Artist(s): Drew Moss (Pencils, Cover A), Borg Sinaban (Cover A, Colors)  
Lettering: Taylor Esposito 
Editors: Brittany Matter and Nicole D’Andria
33 pgs./ T / FC
$2.99
Digital-Release

A Bad IDEA 

With the help the Inanimates, Miranda was able to travel through the storm and back to IDEA. On a mission to be reunited with Noodles and save the Inanimate’s leader, Miranda must sneak her way through the inner corridors of IDEA where she’ll discover the horrifying truth about the organization. Can she survive on her own? Who is the vigilante known as Web-Wing? Will Miranda find Noodles and begin their adventures, or is she destined be alone in infinity? 

MIRANDA IN THE MAELSTROM #6

Preview: Cut-Man #3

CUT-MAN #3

Writer(s): Alexander Banks-Jongman
Artist Name(s): Robert Ahmad
Cover Artist(s): Robert Ahmad
Letters: DC Hopkins
Editor: Nicole D’Andria
24 pgs./ M / FC$2.99
Digital-Release

Hank Kelly is a hero – lauded by the world for saving the life of a woman in danger. However, Rosalind Lovejoy sees through the lies, as the bodies begin to pile up in his wake. Hank’s wife, Laurel,makes a deal with Hank to secure the prosperous future of their daughter – despite his misdeeds.

CUT-MAN #3

The Citizen is Superman with a Little Office Space and Digital First on comiXology

Published by Action Lab Entertainment, The Citizen is the story of one ordinary man trying to live his life in a city populated only by superheroes and villains, and the everyday struggle of being the only person in the city to truly be powerless. The book regularly pokes fun at the idea of what superheroes are meant to be and their relationships with the citizen they’re sworn to protect. It’s an inverted Superman story with a little bit of Office Space thrown in for good measure.

The Citizen is written by Charlie McFarland, art by Aleksandar Jovic, and edited by Nicole D’Andria.

Check out The Citizen, available digital-first on comiXology, this Wednesday, 8/5/2020! Pre-order the book with this link.

The Citizen

Preview: Cut-Man #2

CUT-MAN #2

Writer(s): Alexander Banks-Jongman
Artist Name(s): Robert Ahmad 
Cover Artist(s): Robert Ahmad 
Letters: DC Hopkins  
Editor: Nicole D’Andria 
24 pgs./ M / FC
$2.99
Digital-Release

Hank Kelly – the Immortal Man – must adjust to his new life in the public eye. With his family broken apart, Hank seeks to use his newfound fame to put it back together. Meanwhile, detective Rosalind Lovejoy grows ever more suspicious of Hank and his power. 

CUT-MAN #2

Preview: Midnight Massacre #4

MIDNIGHT MASSACRE #4

Writer(s): John Matsuya and Ben Matsuya
Artist Name(s): Ben Matsuya (Pencils), Ben Matsuya (Colors)
Cover Artist(s): Ben Matsuya
Editors: Shawn Gabborin, Nicole D’Andria
Color Assistant: Aaron Daly, Erin Fekete
Fonts: Blambots
40 pgs./ M / FC $2.99
Digital-Only

October is coming to Calico Adventure Park, which launches the annual “Midnight Massacre” Halloween event at the Western-themed amusement park. When upper management fires its “cast members” and outsource their jobs to the netherworld, all hell is about to break loose. It’s up to jaded games employee and part-time rebel, Amy Nicholson, to save the park and Halloween.

MIDNIGHT MASSACRE #4

Preview: Midnight Massacre #3

MIDNIGHT MASSACRE #3

Writer(s): John Matsuya and Ben Matsuya
Artist Name(s): Ben Matsuya (Pencils), Ben Matsuya (Colors)
Cover Artist(s): Megan Huang
Editors: Shawn Gabborin, Nicole D’Andria
Color Assistant: Aaron Daly, Erin Fekete
Fonts: Blambots
45 pgs./ M / FC $2.99
Digital-Only

As Calico Adventure Park’s Midnight Massacre devolves into real pandemonium, Amy tries to make her escape with the help of her friends. The dead live, the monsters mash, and chaos reigns. But just as the park becomes the embodiment of Amy’s fears,  a solution to re-trap the monsters presents itself…

MIDNIGHT MASSACRE #3

Preview: Midnight Massacre #2

MIDNIGHT MASSACRE #2

Writer(s): John Matsuya and Ben Matsuya
Artist Name(s): Ben Matsuya (Pencils), Ben Matsuya (Colors)
Cover Artist(s): Jasen Smith
Editors: Shawn Gabborin, Nicole D’Andria
Color Assistant: Aaron Daly, Erin Fekete
Fonts: Blambots
41 pgs./ M / FC $2.99
Digital-Only

Trying to prove to her crush that she hasn’t “sold out”, Amy plays a prank on her amusement park job on Halloween night. Little does she know that her “harmless” gag has dire consequences and frees the roaming theme park monsters of their earthly chains. As the monsters come to life, Amy must warn the park before Calico’s Midnight Massacre becomes an actual midnight massacre.

MIDNIGHT MASSACRE #2

Preview: Midnight Massacre #1

MIDNIGHT MASSACRE #1

Writer(s): John Matsuya and Ben Matsuya
Artist Name(s): Ben Matsuya (Pencils), Ben Matsuya (Colors)
Cover Artist(s): Ben Matsuya
Editors: Shawn Gabborin, Nicole D’Andria
Color Assistant: Aaron Daly, Erin Fekete
Fonts: Blambots
31 pgs./ M / FC $2.99
Digital-Only

October is coming to Calico Adventure Park, which launches the annual “Midnight Massacre” Halloween event at the Western-themed amusement park. When upper management fires its “cast members” and outsource their jobs to the netherworld, all hell is about to break loose. It’s up to jaded games employee and part-time rebel, Amy Nicholson, to save the park and Halloween. 

MIDNIGHT MASSACRE #1
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