Hellcop

    (Image, 1998-1999)
™ and ©1998 Brian Haberlin

The year 2000 comes and goes, science plods along until they crack the problem of interdimensional travel. “Wow!” you might think, “How cool!” That’s pretty much true. Just don’t go to Reality Plane 1301-A. It would probably be a good idea not to hang around anyone from there either. Unless of course, you’re one of those Goth types. You see, Reality Plane 1301-A is actually Hell. Not figuratively, literally. Yep, lake of fire and all.

Now it’s up to the Pan-Dimensional Security Force, or more specifically, Virgil Hilts, one of the Hellcops, to make sure that none of the really scary folks come across from the other side, or if they do, to return them post haste. Sometimes though, it’s not as simple as all that…

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  8/1/1998
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