It's a dirty job but someone's got to do it. While CEO Jack Fortune basks in the limelight, Lux, Afterlife Inc.'s head of security, acts to safeguard the Empyrean against future threats.
Art by Jade Sarson, Letters by Michael Stock
If there's one thing that Afterlife Inc. values above all else, it's the well-being of its employees. It would seem that even in heaven, there's no escaping the job-satisfaction form...
Art by Mark Pearce, Letters by Michael Stock
As the last surviving archangel, Anahel values his privacy, and yet the day to day running of his kingdom creates ample demands on his time.
Art by Warwick Fraser-Coombe, Letters by Michael Stock
All work and no play makes Temperance a dull boy. Join the Jones Brothers for an evening of fun, family... and illicit gambling.
Pencils by Grant Perkins, Inks/Colours by Nadine Ashworth, Letters by Michael Stock
Afterlife Inc. likes to consider the big picture. But in doing so, they may have neglected someone much closer to home. For Elizabeth, the afterlife can be a very lonely place indeed.
Art by Jack Davies, Letters by Michael Stock
The road to progress is paved with good intentions. Mr Ochroid learns a harsh truth about Afterlife Inc.'s vision for the future...
Pencils by Ash Jackson, Inks/Colours by Nadine Ashworth, Letters by Michael Stock
Back in life, Detectives Brooks and Karlen probe deeper into the murder of billionaire industrialist Joseph Dante, but was his short life all it appeared to be?
Art by Will Tempest, Letters by Michael Stock