The premise of Hell’s Doctor is intriguing if not wholly original. Set in The City of Hell it details Victor, Hell’s Doctor. His role is a simple one – to torture new arrivals in hell, dubbed ‘pain babies’. Early into the story he is acquainted with David Masters – a forensic pathologist turned necrophilliac turned serial killer. If you’re thinking this reeks of cliché you’re right and there’s a lot of that contained within the pages of Hell’s Doctor – more on that later.
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