England, 1986, and reclusive computer games designer Declan Miller discovers a way to use hexadecimal code as a conduit for ancient sorcery.
Then he disappears.
One year later, Declan’s old school friend, David, receives a mysterious cassette in the post. After running the code on the tape, David has been seeing strange demonic creatures – and was even attacked by one while shopping for butterscotch Angel Delight.
In issue two, David begins to track down Declan, learns more about the world of magic and meets a mysterious woman who may hold the key to the weirdness that has invaded his life!
Hex Loader is a weird, wonderful, creepy and funny supernatural adventure that is steeped in British 1980s pop culture and retro gaming.
RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE READERS ONLY.
Colour covers, black and white interior, 28 pages.
Written by Dan Whitehead (Frankenstein Texas, Midwinter) with art by Conor Boyle (Hookjaw).
The logical and necessary collision between Hellblazer and Jet Set Willy” – Kieron Gillen (The Wicked + The Divine)
“Gripping…pacey and well plotted…I cannot wait for issue two!” – Leah Moore (Black Shuck, 2000AD)