A dark plunge into hellish territory, fledgling indie publisher Hocus Pocus Comics take the descent into the underworld in a modern redux of classic poem, Dante’s Inferno. Returning to the family home following their father’s murder, brothers Edward and Richard Bane are faced with a curiously sinister mystery surrounding their family legacy. It all points to an elevator ride, and the only way is, you guessed it, down. But what waits at the bottom for the intrepid siblings and accompanying buddies almost certainly isn’t worth inheriting… Despite the spooky subject matter, Elevator is a sprightly story, told with bounce, and a keen pacing matched pleasingly with a clean layout. The scratched black inks serve perfectly the narrative: the nerve-shredding action is sprinkled with a jittery energy that pops and judders, but holds back respectfully when the story needs to breathe. A fun journey to the depths of deviousness that looks set to tingle the terror bones.