Written and illustrated by the great Bob Fingerman, Dotty’s Inferno is a graphic novel about a call girl who dies and goes to hell, only to be assigned a job in the Inhuman Resources department, New Male Arrivals division. That’s a crappy job alright. Fortunately she gets away from her desk plenty often and her adventures are plenty bizarre — which is the nearest Hell equivalent to fun.
In putting together this 72-page extravaganza, which is currently available for pre-order, Fingerman called upon a few friends, who happen to also be A-listers of the comics medium, to contribute their interpretations of Dotty and/or the Inferno. So we have for you a series of pinups by John Cebollero, Howard Chaykin, Dave Johnson, Mike Mignola, Dan Panosian, Bill Sienkiewicz and Bill Wray. If you think they’re fun here, wait’ll you see them in all their glory on the printed page. Devilishly good stuff, as is the entire book.
If you notice that Dotty has an aversion to pants, rest assured she’s not the only one. This is Hell, after all, it’s a bit steamy and the characters really have no reason to be modest — not anymore.
For more information on the book, watch this great interview Bob did with On The Spot Eva: