Deimos is not for the feint of heart! Taking its inspiration from the Dante’s Inferno, the series recounts the tale of a fallen angel become demon, who now seeks absolution for his sins.
It’s not an easy road for Deimos and it seems the forces of Hell will stop at nothing to keep him from reaching his goal!
But he is not alone in trying to achieve his heavenly pardon… there are those sent from Heaven to see to it that he gets there.
A mystic shaman of immeasurable power guides his demonic friend in the right direction and a guardian angel serve as liaison between Deimos and Heaven.
But is Deimos’ quest really the heart of the matter or is there a darker plot at work here?
Deimos is a seriously sexy demon who is seeking redemption. I’m a bit of a geek for the paranormal and liked the plot and characterization hugely. Boys who have wings, a very cool sentient weapon Grinn Reaper, which comes in many disguises (like a handy cock ring) and, of course, the lickable Sethan all made for an engaging read. The latter part of the comic with the rather scary Bob and his even scarier cock, gave me a few ZOMG moments (That thing is heouge!) and towards the end there is bit of back story for Billy Zambu who is shaping up into an interesting character.
This is definitely a comic that lays the ground work for more issues, without being too much of an info dump and I was certainly left wanting more (which was probably the authors intention!!). I’ve been having a nosey at Deimos #1 which was also written by Patrick Fillion, with Logan illustrating. (Logan has a very cool blog – but I struggle with the French. heh.) His work is gorgeous, but Deimos certainly looks a little different and I am kinda crushing just a little on Deimos #0 at the moment. 😀
Deimos was beautifully drawn and incredibly sexy. Tall with a kind of loose limbed grace and musculature that I find rather appealing. And, a beard. *sigh* There was not too much drool on the keyboard, honest… O-o Because I got the Class Digital version there are a few extras in the back like character bios and concept sketches, which were very cool and added a great to my reading. I like extra bits! Much, much satisfaction and cool paranormal smex. More please.