What would you do during the Apocalypse? How would you survive?
Those are the questions that have plagued Katrina for years. God raptured all the good boys and girls up to Heaven long ago, leaving the rest of humanity to ask a single, solitary question: “Why not me?”
Hellspawn rose from a rift in the desert and rampaged across the world, eviscerating all they came across. It was bedlam, Hell on Earth. There was nothing anybody could do to stop it. Until they got bored and settled for a quiet life in the suburbs.
They squatted in the homes of the people they once mercilessly murdered. And that’s where Katrina Hates the Dead starts. Humanity survived the rampaging demons and now has to work and live alongside them. They steal all the good jobs and leave humanity cowering is squalor.
Humanity is strong, but everything has a breaking point. This book tells the story of Katrina's. After watching friend after friend die at the unforgiving and unjust hands of fate, Katrina’s just wants some normalcy in her life. She's willing to do whatever it takes to get it and there's only one way to get it; by killing the Devil, so that's exactly what she's gonna do.
Katrina Hates the Dead is a non-stop thrill ride full of the best monsters from Greek, Roman, Egyptian, and Judeo-Christian mythology. There minotaurs, Cerebus dogs, zombies, demons, and more. Join Katrina as she kills them all on her journey across the plains of oblivion and into Hell itself.
Join Katrina on the first issue of her journey!
Russell Nohelty is a writer, publisher, and speaker. He runs Wannabe Press, a small press that publishes weird books for weird people, and hosts The Business of Art podcast, which helps creatives build better businesses.
Russell is the author of Gumshoes: The Case of Madison’s Father, Spaceship Broken, Needs Repairs, and My Father Didn’t Kill Himself, along with the creator of the Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter, Gherkin Boy, and Katrina Hates the Dead graphic novels. He makes books that are as entertaining and weird as they are thought-provoking and interesting.