Spuk Geschichten Issue 263

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Die Brücke zur Dämonenwelt
Spuk Geschichten 263-01.jpg
Series Spuk Geschichten
Issue no. 263
Release date 1986
Country Germany
Studio Bastei
Writer Peter Mennigen
Artist Jesus Pena
No. of scenes 2
Damsels Carmilla
Bindings Rope
Positions Wrists behind
Wrists above head
Page no. 2 - 15

Die Brücke zur Dämonenwelt ("The Bridge to the Demonworld") is the 263rd issue of Spuk Geschichten ("Haunted Stories"), a German comic anthology series primarily following the exploits of the 17th century demon hunter Arsat.


In the eponymous main story, Arsat, Carmilla are arrested for witchcraft in a north african town when they try to heal a man from a poisoning (which turns out to be a trap for them the man was in on) both have their hands bound behind their back and brought into the Bey´s dungeon. Gino meanwhile has taken interest in Sana, the Beys daughter, as she is escorted through the streets. He manages to distract the guards and runs off with her, only to have her abducted by a hooded woman who teleports away with her. He is then also caught by the guards and put into a cell with Arsat and Carmilla. The woman who kidnapped the Sana demands Arsat being delivered to her if Sana is to survive, taking him through a magic gate, with Gino sneaking through it behind them. The hooded woman turns out to be a demon who wants Arsat to animate a giant monstrosity. Meanwhile Sana is dangling over a fire pit, to ensure Arsats cooperation. While Arsat works on the monstrosity, Gino manages to rescue Sana.