In Love Advice from the Great Duke of Hell by Unfins (Damien), high school student Paul summons a demon, Astaroth of the 23 Great Dukes of Hell, to give him some advice on how to talk to Elena, the cute girl who works at a local café.
Naturally, there’s a catch to summoning the demon: the contract with Astaroth dictates that Paul will owe him his soul in exchange for borrowing a single ounce of his power for six days.
Paul sets about using Astaroth’s powers to pursue his romance with Elena, with little regard for the inevitable collection of the contract (that probably won’t come back to haunt him, right?). A series of increasingly hilarious occurrences ensue as Astaroth is ordered to tidy up whilst Paul is at school, leading to run-ins between the demon and the rest of Paul’s family.
Unbeknownst to Paul, a clandestine organization known as the Holy Order has been holding the forces of evil at bay for untold centuries (when they aren’t arguing over who is the best Powerpuff Girl, anyway). Thanks to some sloppy magic use, they’ve become aware of the demonic activity that’s taking place in the city. But when some of those people closest to Paul’s heart join forces with the Holy Order, he’ll be faced with a whole new round of hellish complications.
The uncanny illustrations of demonic activity and dark magical spells contrast sharply with the comic’s ridiculous sense of humor, which only serves to underscore the perfectly timed punch lines. On top of being laugh-out-loud hilarious, the story includes some exceptional plot twists, making this comic more difficult to get away from than a deal with the devil.