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DSTLRY’s The Big Burn integrates heartbreak and scary in a break-in to take from the devil himself

Lucifer showrunner Joe Henderson is going back to comics together with previous Lucifer comic artist Lee Garbett, colorist Lee Loughridge of DSTLRY’s hit comic Somna, and letterer Simon Bowland for The Big Burn, the story of 2 demolition fans enacting a hellish break-in to take their souls back from the devil himself.

Released through store publisher DSTLRY, The Big Burn is everything about Owen and Carlie, a set of Bonnie and Clyde design bank burglars who offered their souls to the devil. When their deal all of a sudden costs them their love for each other as well, they choose to run the risk of even more by breaking into Hell to get them back.

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“Owen and Carlie are the Bonnie and Clyde of the 21st century– a slick duo who manage difficult break-ins and have the time of their lives doing it. When justice lastly reaches them and they believe it’s all over, the Devil himself uses them an offer– their liberty for their very SOULS,” checks out DSTLRY’s main description. “But they quickly discover that without their souls, their love is missing out on, too, so they set out to hire a team of the damned for the supreme break-in: get into Hell and take their souls back.”

The important things is, this variation of Hell isn’t the stereotyped location of fire and brimstone that a person may visualize. Rather, it’s a gambling establishment, where the devil constantly wins and the damned are permanently bound to lose.

“This July, Henderson and Garbett welcome readers on an awesome journey to a Hell they’ve never ever seen before. A location completely developed to provide individuals hope, so that the devil can abuse them with it when he takes it away, once again and once again,” continues DSTLRY’s statement. “That’s right, Hell is a CASINO. And even with the best group of burglars, your house constantly wins.”

Henderson and Garbett formerly developed Skyward together, and Eisner chose comic about a world where Earth’s gravity is reduced. They likewise co-created teen scary comic Shadecraft.

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“Creating these worlds with Lee is constantly an outright dream, and I’m delighted to present readers to our special and deeply twisted take on Hell this summer season,” specifies Henderson. “While The Big Burn includes a darker tone than our previous work, the psychological journey of our star-crossed burglars Owen and Carlie preserves the very same genuine storytelling we’re understood for. It’s amazing for us to challenge ourselves with this book, and I constantly enjoy a great break-in.”

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“Crafting an entirely brand-new handle Hell has actually been an incredible difficulty, and I can’t wait on readers to see it come to life in DSTLRY’s gorgeous, eminence format,” includes Garbett. “Expect all the heart, action and character Joe and I like to provide – this time with a devilish twist.”

The Big Burn # 1 goes on sale in July,

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