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Escape from Hell

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This was the name of my Reincarnation series before I renamed it and decided to make it into a game. However, I will be turning it back into a comic book which will be available at the end of August I hope.

This page was originally going to appear in the One Shot comic put out by Hans.

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Nice comic

so this was pretty cool I like the comic here this was a nice idea your comic style is really good here I really like the texture within the comic and all the color is really nice so nice job indeed I hope to see more of your comic soon

~~SUGGESTED IDEAS~~
Make more

~X~

Okay, now I'm remembering more about this series. Or maybe this was just something for the comic that was apparently never created. I love how Luke has this twisted beard. I thought that was the name of the main character in this? I just think it's cool to look at this. This wasn't supposed to be funny or anything.

I just think it's cool to see all these guys together. In a comic, you get to see different shots of them. You really do get to see a good study of exactly how they move around and stuff. As usual, your facial expressions are great. The Devil's pitchfork was in fact meant to be a trident.

cool

wow even before being a game, Reincarnation was amazing

nice.

always liked the demons....(you should name the main one!)
i`ll be rooting for the purples and trying to buy the figure and comic!

really good

looks like a great start to a good series. keep up the work.

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