Devil Inside - Chapter 1: Episode 54
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Devil Inside Chapter 1 Trade Paperback Now Available!
We are thrilled to present the first Devil Inside printed trade paperback. This is a prestige collection of chapter one of the popular webstrip. Stuffed with bonus extras: A foreword by comedian and actor Dana Gould, fan art, concept sketches and layouts, plus an interview with the creators. You can get your own copy signed by Todd Stashwick and Dennis Calero here. Also, if you want to add an original sketch by the artist Dennis Calero inside your copy, you can add that option.
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The Devil has come to Paradise...
"Evil isn't a force...it's a choice...I'm weighing my options."
From the creative team of Todd Stashwick and Dennis Calero comes the online comic strip "Devil Inside". A guns blazing, white knuckled, preternatural joy ride to hell and back.
Go on the road with the Devil himself, Jack Springheel. A man with a bounty on his head, Jack is running from a past, searching for a new truth and trying to keep the Devil inside.
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1) AMAZING FIRST CHAPTER
2) We see Jack's true form
3) clearly that ancient potion is keeping him from... (burning her?)
4) an act - uncommon for him, to save a life vs taking it.
I could go on and on, but i'll save it for Chapter 2!
Nice job, guys.
Can't wait for more!!!
Or was it his true nature to hurt Sophie in the first place?
Sorry about referring to the art work as animation on my tweet yesterday. I realize now that in animation the characters move, duh! But I truly meant what I wrote about it. It is beautiful work that you are doing here, a bit violent and graphic, but beautifully done. Then again, it is a graphic webcomic.
The concept for the story is very interesting and intriguing. I looked at all the episodes in chapter one. I think you got me hooked on this, and I usually don't read comic books. I also truly meant it when I tweeted that you are very talented, in both your acting and your comic, but I should also include your partner, Dennis. Truly great work, Dennis.
I look forward to reading more.
By the way, is it alright that I call you Todd or do you prefer Mr. Stashwick? I only ask, since I don't know you that well and I want to make sure that I address you properly.