Hell, Nebraska by Shaun Manning and Anna Wieszczyk
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For readers of:Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, Joe Hill, Jeff Lemire, William Shakespeare
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Print Length96 pages
About the Book

What could lead a popular high school teacher to set himself up as the devil? And what is the secret behind his mysterious mask, which gives him the power to condemn the wicked to an eternity in his custom-made City of the Damned, a ghoulish structure of blood and flesh erected in the middle of the American Heartland?

About the Author

Shaun Manning is the creator and writer of Interesting Drug for BOOM! Studios / Archaia, Hell, Nebraska on Comixology, and the forthcoming Macbeth: The Red King for Lucha Comics. His work has appeared in Dark Horse Presents, Garbage Pail Kids, Top Shelf 2.0, Hope: New Orleans, and The Looking Glass Wars: Hatter M, as well as in several literary magazines, on stage, and on BBC Radio 4. Shaun took home first prize for a reading from his comedy novella Pizza Good Times in Edinburgh, Scotland; the trophy was a bottle of whiskey.


Anna was a student at the Academy of Fine Arts Katowice, in the graphic design department. She specializes mostly in illustration and comics, but has some experience with traditional media.As a student she took part in few exhibitions, including Rainbow Bridge of Illustration, an international project between European schools of art. In her second year, Anna made her debut as a comic artist with a story called Grey Shades.Since 2009, she has been working for Halo8 Studio on the Godkiller motion comic. Her one-shot, Acid Sunset, appeared in the Popgun Anthology. Her degree was comprised of a complete set of illustrations for Grimm Brothers’ Grimmest Fairy Tales.

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