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May 3rd, 2013At long last, comes issue thirty-three of the Hellbound Chronicles, "Only Human Part I"! This issue continues the ongoing arc of Lisa Everett, formerly the Cenobite known as Hush as she tries to remember what it means to be human. Written by Mark Adams, editor for the Hellbound Chronicles, the art is prodvided by Berty-J-A who has illustrated the previous Hush storylines. "Only Human" takes Lisa inot dark territory as she struggles with her Cenobite personae and tries to find her way in the world. Things become even more difficult as the Cenobites turn to an old ally to try and reclaim Lisa.
The "Only Human Part I" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
December 6th, 2012Issue thirty-two of the Hellbound Chronicles, "The Dead and the Damned Part II" continues the story of Detective Jackson Reno as he tracks down the serial killer known as The Leech. Written by Matt Warner, editor for the Hellbound Chronicles, the art is again provided by the talented Gary Smart. "The Dead and the Damned" offers a combination of horrific, surreal imagery, false perspectives and uncertain realities. Even as Reno closes in on the serial killer, the Cenobites are closing in on him, and he may be forced to face some uncomfortable truths.
The "The Dead and the Damned Part II" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
September 26th, 2012Issue thirty-one of the Hellbound Chronicles, "The Dead and the Damned Part I"returns to the corrupt streets of The Zero where a serial killer stalks the residents and hellish nightmares lurk in the shadows. Written by Matt Warner, editor for the Hellbound Chronicles, the art is provided by the hugely talented Gary Smart. "The Dead and the Damned" mixes a serial killer thriller, horrific imagery and the nightmarish world of the Cenobites. Detective Jackson Reno is determined to catch the killer and uncover the truth about the horrific creatures he sees all around him.
The "The Dead and the Damned Part I" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
August 30th, 2012The secret of Chaderton's work is revealed! Issue thirty of the Hellbound Chronicles, "The Infernal Machine Part II" reveals just what he's been working on as this two-part nightmare draws to its conclusion. Written by Mark Adams, editor for the Hellbound Chronicles, the art is again created by Atlantisvampir. Ash Bertocci also deserves special mention for designing the character "Marionette" who appears this issue. "The Infernal Machine" provides a mix of historical horror and classic Hellraiser imagery. As Chaderton completes his work, his servant Dominic Boote is determined to discover just what his master is up to.
The "The Infernal Machine Part II" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
July 23rd, 2012How did Hell operate before Lemarchand? Issue twenty-nine of the Hellbound Chronicles, "The Infernal Machine Part I" offers a glimpse of the world before the Lament Configuration. Written by Mark Adams, editor for the Hellbound Chronicles, this tale sees the return of the talented Atlantisvampir providing the full artwork and cover for the issue. "The Infernal Machine" explores themes familiar to those who have read the wider mythology of the EPIC comics, whislt offering some new settings and ideas for those who aren't. Join us as the mystery of the infernal machine begins...
The "The Infernal Machine Part I" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
June 23rd, 2012What if Frank Cotton had known Dr Phillip Channard? That's the scenario offered up in issue twenty-eight of the Hellbound Chronicles, "Pleasure and Pain". Written by Gary Smart with Craig Hutchings, and with Gary also providing artwork, the team behind "A Mother's Love" return with a new scenario that explores the past of key Hellraiser characters. With the blessing of Hellbound writer, Peter Atkins, this is a twisted look at a past and future for iconic characters. Be warned, this comic has some explicit adult imagery! The "Pleasure and Pain" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
May 22nd, 2012The Hellbound Chronicles is back with the first in a run of new issues. Issue twenty-seven is out now, featuring the story of the titular "Wallpaper Girl". Written by co-ediotr Matt Warner, who previously wrote the issue "Scar Tissue", "Wallpaper Girl" is the debut of Isabel Bader in the series. Together they weave a story set within the walls of a high school with a dark secret. The "Wallpaper Girl" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
February 14th, 2012Valentines day is here and we're back with a new issue! Issue twenty-six of the Hellbound Chronicles is here, and this installment is "Bindings II", the second anthology collection. As before, this issue sees the debut of some original art from the Hellbound Chronicles pool of artists, alongside some short narratives to give more background on our Cenobite creations and storylines. The issue also sees a small introduction to the Cenobite mythology we use, some of our favourite art from the comics and some behind the scenes material. The "Bindings II" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
October 31st, 2011Happy Halloween everyone! Issue twenty-five of the Hellbound Chronicles is here at last, in time to celebrate all things horror. "The Suffering Within" sees the return of Berty-J-A in the positions of both writer and artist, in a further continuation of the "Hush/Lisa" storyline. This issue returns to Lisa in a time a few months after "The Damned Rogue" and explores the subconsious conflict that will inform her journey as she attempts to flee her past life as a Cenobite. The "The Suffering Within" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
August 26th, 2011Welcome to issue twenty-four of the Hellbound Chronicles! "Art of Darkness" sees the return of the ever-talented Anna, to provide the full artwork for the issue. The script is written by Gordon Napier and Mark Adams. This issue returns us to a previous storyline, with some familiar faces from some of our earlist issues, whilst also being a self-contained narrative in itself. We hope you the return of Anna (the character!) as she searches for her missing friend, Lee. The "Art of Darkness" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
June 13th, 2011Welcome to issue twenty-three of the Hellbound Chronicles! "Her Darkest Fate Part II" is again both scripted and drawn by Berty-J-A who also provides the pin-up and fantastic cover. This story is the second of two parts and explores more of the recurring character Lisa Everett, otherwise known as the Cenobite Hush. Lisa's story continues as she finds herself in the dark corridors of Hell. The next step of her journey awaits as she must face her own dark desires. The "Her Darkest Fate Part II" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
April 28th, 2011Welcome to issue twenty-two of the Hellbound Chronicles! "Her Darkest Fate Part I" is both scripted and drawn by Berty-J-A who also provides the pin-up and fantastic cover. This story is presented in two parts and explores more of the recurring character Lisa Everett, otherwise known as the Cenobite Hush. We hope you enjoy Lisa's story, as we have more to tell, and things are only likely to get darker as we explore her past, present and future. The "Her Darkest Fate Part I" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think! The conclusion to this tale will be coming soon.
March 27th, 2011Welcome to issue twenty-one of the Hellbound Chronicles! It's a special time for Hellraiser comics with Boom! Studios releasing a new series of official comics co-written by Clive Barker himself! The Hellbound Chronicles will continue to run our free fan webcomics, but please check out these brand new comics, including a special FREE prelude issue that can be found right here at www.cenobite.com ! "A Mother's Love" is the script and art debut for Gary Smart, whose assisted in the scripting by Craig Hutchings. This issue is a double celebration, following twenty issues, with a story featuring some familiar faces, but also it's exactly a week until mother's day in the UK. Perhaps this issue's brilliant pin-up might make a suitable card? We hope you enjoy the journey into uncovering the past and revisiting old enemies. The "A Mother's Love" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think! Our next issue will be coming soon.
February 23rd, 2011Welcome to issue twenty of the Hellbound Chronicles! Thanks to everyone who supports us on THW and DA, could not have achieved this many comics without you. "Out in the Cold" is the script debut for original editor Phil Robinson, and the art debut for Atlantisvampir. Atlantisvampir also provides the evocative cover, whilst the pin-up is by Luis Barroso. We hope you enjoy this tale of fire and ice, and twisted passions. The PDF for this issue will be added soon, and has been delayed due to computer error, but the online version is viewable. The "Out in the Cold" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think! Our next issue will come at the end of March.
February 1st, 2011Happy new year and warm greetings to issue nineteen of the Hellbound Chronicles! "Painting with Shadow" is the conclusion of the tale started in last years "Blacklight" and is again drawn by the talented Tony Emson. Scripting once again is editor Brian Dell. Tony also provides another fantastic cover, with a familiar cameo, whislt the pin-up is by Daniel Holland. We hope you enjoy this descent into madness! The "Painting with Shadow" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think! Issue twenty will follow soon!
December 5th, 2010Welcome to issue eighteen of the Hellbound Chronicles! "Blacklight" is the debut comic for new Hellbound Chronicles artist Tony Emson, an incredible talent with an eye for detail. Scripting once again is editor Brian Dell. The cover and pin-up are also from the pen of Tony Emson. We hope you enjoy this latest tale of obsession! The "Blacklight" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think! Another issue will be up soon!
November 18th, 2010Welcome to issue seventeen of the Hellbound Chronicles! "Scar Tissue" is the debut comic for new Hellbound Chronicles editor Matt Romanov, a talented writer with many more tales of sex, desire and bodily mutilation to come! Art work for this issue is provided by the talented Anna, and it will be her fourth comic for the series. The pin-up is by a new contributor, Harold Purnell. Anna has also provided her own cover which can only hint at the horrors just below the skin! The "Scar Tissue" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think! Another issue will be up soon!
October 31st, 2010Happy Halloween and welcome to issue sixteenth of the Hellbound Chronicles! "Inspiration for a Guillotine" sees the long overdue return of Brian Dell and more of Gordon Napier's fantastic art work. What does a series that deals in horror on a regular basis do to stand out on Halloween? Well, we have a somewhat different tale this issue which we hope you'll enjoy. The script is by editor Brian Dell, who has worked to help create the Hellbound Chronicles and keep standards high. The pin-up is by the ver-talented Anna and features a familiar face to readers. The fantastic cover is once again by Daniel Holland, and captures the atmosphere of the story perfectly. The "Inspiration for a Guillotine" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think! Another issue will be up soon!
October 12th, 2010After a brief hiatus, welcome to issue fifthteen of the Hellbound Chronicles! "The Blood is the Life" is the debut comic for the fantastic artwork of Roy Stiffey, who is already working on another issue, as well as publishing his own freelance comics. The script is by Nathaniel Brehmer, who has also self-published works. The pin-up is also by Roy. The fantastic cover is by Daniel holland, who has also provided the lettering for this issue. The "The Blood is the Life" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think! Another issue will be up soon!
August 7th, 2010Welcome to issue fourteen of the Hellbound Chronicles! "House of Hell" is the third comic to feature the superb artwork of Anna, who has also provided the surreal cover. The script is by editor Mark Adams and the pin-up features the Cenobite "Marionette" and is drawn by the talented GhostAlice. The "House of Hell" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
July 15th, 2010Welcome to issue thirteen (unlucky for some) of the Hellbound Chronicles! "Thicker Than Water" is a new chapter in a storyline that started back in Issue 6, "The Damned Rogue". This time we have full colour art, again by Berty-J-A who also provides the cover and pin-up of a familiar Hellraiser character. The script is by editor Alexa Black whose imagination holds no end of striking ideas for the pleasures and pains of Hell. The "Thicker Than Water" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
June 16th, 2010Welcome to issue twelve of the Hellbound Chronicles! "King of the World" is a new comic by Gordon Napier, who has co-written it and provided all the artwork. It's a different style than we've seen before, but hopefully you'll enjoy the unique look of this issue. As ever, we have plenty more to come with excellent comics by Berty-J-A and Anna on their way. The "King of the World" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
June 2nd, 2010Welcome back to the Hellbound Chronicles! To celebrate our first ten issues, this latest release is a special project. Issue 11 is our first volume of "Bindings", an anthology of sorts. It features artwork, stories and text from a variety of artists who have been involved in this project. It also includes some of our favourite pin-ups, pages and clean cover artwork from the series so far. There's also an unsolicited story called "The White Room" and our own thoughts on the project to date. I hope you enjoy this, and perhaps let us know of any content we could feature in a potential future volume of "Bindings". The next issue "King of the World" will be following shortly! We hope you enjoy the comic and please check out the Hellraiser forum and our Deviant Art page. "Bindings" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
April 28th, 2010Welcome back to the Hellbound Chronicles! After a small break due to numerous real world events, we can finally release Issue 10 of the comic, "Sisters Under the Skin". "The Downward Spiral" features the debut of artist Jesse Thomas, who also provides the fantastic cover work. Colours for the issue were done by Luis barroso and the pin-up was done by Sabre. The script was written by Gordon Napier, and, as you may have noticed, is our first direct sequel to a previous story. There will be more of these to come over the next few months. We hope you enjoy the comic and please check out the Hellraiser forum and our Deviant Art page. "Sisters Under the Skin" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
February 5th, 2010Welcome back to the Hellbound Chronicles! February's issue has now been released. Issue 09 features the story "The Downward Spiral". "The Downward Spiral" features the return of artists Berty-JA, who also provides the cover and pin-up. The script was written by Matt cerovich, also the artist behind Issue B. We hope you enjoy the comic and please check out the Hellraiser forum and our Deviant Art page. "The Downward Spiral" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
January 14th, 2010Happy new year! January's issue has now been released. Issue 08 finally sees the release of "Dark Waters". "Dark Waters" features art by Luis Barroso with a cover from Gordon Napier. The script was written by Mark Adams and the pin-up is by Anna. We hope you enjoy the comic and please check out the Hellraiser forum and our Deviant Art page. "Dark Waters" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
December 7th, 2009December's issue has now been released. Issue 07 is "In Dreams", with "Dark Waters" having been pushed back to Issue 08. "In Dreams" features art by Anna, who previously contributed "Welcome to Oblivion". Based on an idea by Daniel Elliot, the script itself was written by Mark Adams. We hope you enjoy the comic and please check out the Hellraiser forum and our Deviant Art page, links above. "In Dreams" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
November 2nd, 2009November's issue "The Damned Rogue" has now been released, with at, cover and pin-up by new artist Berty-J-A. The script is one of the oldest we've had, dating to the time of Issues A and B and one we've wanted completed for a long time. Berty's art is perfect, and we hope you'll enjoy a different type of story which we hope will highlight the versatility of the Hellraiser mythology. Also check out the artist profiles for several updates and additions. "The Damned Rogue" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!
October 13th, 2009October's issue has now been released, entitled "My Turn" the comic features a script by Hellbound Chronicles editor Alexa Black and fantastic artwork by Jaz. Profiles have been updated, and a profile for Jaz has been added. The "My Turn" discussion forum can be found here, please leave feedback and let us know what you think!.

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