Nicole D'Andria (Creator/Writer): Nicole D'Andria is a freelance writer and editor specializing in comic books. Her dark comedy adventure series, Road Trip to Hell, was funded through Kickstarter. She is a freelance comic editor for Scout Comics (Impossible Jones, By the Horns, and many more!) as well as their Director of Digital Content, getting their comics on digital platforms. Nicole also edits webcomics for Tapas Media (Comedown Machine, Thirst) and light novels for J-Novel (Culinary Chronicles of the Court Flower). She writes comic book-related articles for Comic Frontline (including her Kickstarter showcase series "Kickstart the Week"). Nicole previously adapted the television show Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir and Peter David's novel Artful to comics. Learn more about her work on comicmaven.com.
Monika Maccagni (Artist): Italian artist, she worked on various Action Lab titles, Monster M.D., SAW, Tales from the Classroom, various LEGO comics, and Terror in the Trenches.
"Road Trip to Hell is a visually rich experience with a cool
premise, snappy dialogue, and an action-forward mentality that
makes it impossible to avoid getting swept up in."--Wells Thompson
"Comic Book Yeti"
"Road Trip to Hell is a wild, clever, inventive ride, mixing memorable, original characters that you root for and historical figures that you long to see finally get what they deserve. With the return of villains we thought we'd seen the last of, this story is timely and timeless. To find out what happens in this series, I will gladly go to hell!"--Jennie Wood "Creator/Writer of Flutter"
"Road Trip to Hell is an unforgettable ride through devious demons, high-octane dangers, and a splash of dark humor that's not to be missed!"--Brittany Matter "Writer of Reincarnation and Martial Law"
"Road Trip to Hell is an impressive debut that reminds me a bit of the tragically short-lived TV show, Reaper. It has that same vein of dark humor and deals with just as much of the supernatural. This book sets itself out, pulling from a number of fun aspects of the Bible and history. Plus, it has perhaps the greatest and most evil villain of all time. If you thought Satan was bad, just wait until you see who pops up at the end of this issue."--James Ferguson "Horror DNA"
"Son of a...Devil? Rather, son of THE Devil. Road Trip to Hell is a great first comic from Nicole D'Andria. Monika Maccagni, Joaquin Pereyra, and Justin Birch complement the witty writing and hairpin plot twists. Definitely pick this one up."--Erica Schultz "Writer of Twelve Devils Dancing and Xena"
"This is the kind of story I wish I would've come up with first... then I realize I couldn't have pulled it off this good!"--Shawn Gabborin "Writer of Puppet Master and Black Betty"