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Published on Mar 17, 2014
Deep in the library basement of Pacific Northwest University lies a great evil, the Earthwalking demon Duamerthrax the Indestructible. Freed after a 1,000 year imprisonment, the demon unleashes his fury on the unsuspecting students above, especially on Chris, an unfortunate everyman who just happened to be in the way. Chris has only one hope-the Demon Hunters and their fearless leader Gabriel. Will the Demon Hunters destroy Duamerthrax before the demon escapes completely? Or will Gabriel, Silent Jim, Chris and the others be brutally slain by the last of the Earthwalkers?
Demon Hunters was the first movie that Dead Gentlemen Productions ever made, and it shows! The video quality is pretty terrible, some of the jokes will only land if you actually went to college with us, and the acting ranges from pretty damn good to "Seriously? This is a joke, right?" But if you can get past the technical stuff, there's something compelling about the world of the Demon Hunters. A potential. Something that warranted a sequel that eclipses the original in pretty much every way. Something that led Margaret Weis Productions to license the property for an RPG in 2004. Something that's kept us obsessed with this world and its characters for fifteen(!) years.
In 2014, the Demon Hunters are back in a new weekly comic from Dead Gentlemen Productions! We're taking things back to before the beginning with a new format, new stories, and a few surprises along the way. This is Demon Hunters the way it was always meant to be seen—without the limitations of a college film budget. Join the hunt on April 1st at http://demon-hunters.com/