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The Driver - Death (or Pale Rider)


The Driver from Amerikan Hell, which can be found on Kickstarter:


One of the devil’s “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” – Death, The Driver is the most mysterious of Amerikan Hell, but is the most familiar figure. He has a significantly longer history than any of the others in the group combined. One could trace his isolated history as far enough into history to understand he’s centuries old and possibly millenniums.

He is the driver of Amerikan Hell's van and rarely needs to leave the vehicle when transporting the crew. His work outside of the crew is left clouded when he’ll leave the crew to follow someone who is desperately running away from him. He never gives up a chase and no one has ever escaped him. He embodies the horseman of Death, because he is Death. He never had a life outside of this. His touch gives someone a natural death so he otherwise leaves gloves on unless someone has it coming, and everyone does at one point or another. He wants nothing. Needs nothing. No outlook. No attitudes.


Concept Art by Mike Yakovlev.
Amerikan Hell by Robert Bryce Milburn and Nicholas Begnaud.

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Credits & Info

3.57 / 5.00

Apr 4, 2016
9:27 AM EDT
File Info
918 x 1412 px
1.9 MB

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