In this high-speed supernatural LGBTQ comic, we follow Lucky Maxwell, a born-loser who stumbles upon a demon-possessed muscle car that suddenly changes the trajectory of his life. Desperate to find his missing mother, he joins his long-time crush Vick Powers in a high-stakes underground street racing tournament to uncover secrets about the car and his mother's disappearance.
Along the way, they find themselves in the crosshairs of prying journalists, rival racers, and an otherworldly masked cult leader with an interest in the demonic car's power. Together, Lucky and Vick face adrenaline-pumping battles against both literal and internal demons, unravel the truth behind the car's origins and the connection to Lucky's missing mother, all while navigating the complicated feelings they have for each other in a story of loneliness, revenge, and unlocking your full potential.
This comic is intended for mature readers.
The series follows Lucky, a 24-year-old raised by his Grandad who taught him to always keep on the straight and narrow. Ever since his mother walked out on him when he was a child, he's tried to do what he thought would have made her proud, whether that meant staying out of trouble or taking over the family business. He's always had a stifling feeling that he's not in control of his own life, contorting himself to stay within the box of "respectability." When he finds out his mother was participating in dangerous, illegal street races before she disappeared, he realizes everything he thought he knew about her could be wrong. With Vick and Helix's help, Lucky sets out to find the truth about his mom within the Ride or Die street racing tournament.
Vick and Lucky were once friends as teenagers, now reunited years later. Vick has always been oblivious to Lucky's obvious crush on him, but now that they're spending more time together, his own feelings are harder and harder to ignore. When he isn't wrenching on cars in the Bump N' Grind Garage, Vick is flying down empty streets and winning races. That is, until he loses a race against rival Nash, and all his street cred with it. It's his goal now to win the tournament to convince his ex-girlfriend Bonnie he's not a failure. Vick is convinced that his new teammate is the good luck charm their team has been looking for. Unfortunately, it's hard to stay focused on your goals when said new teammate is stirring up longing feelings, reminding him of old wounds, and ... making him grow horns...?
Joining Lucky and Vick on the road to victory and self-discovery is Helix, a once-human demon trapped within the old Chevy Nova he used to own. Murdered in cold blood along with his daughter, Helix returns from Hell seeking revenge on the remaining men responsible for his death. He's agreed to help Lucky street race and track down his mother, on the condition that Lucky will finally free him from the car. But Helix has close-kept secrets, and enemies all around the city. Was Lucky wrong to trust a demonic talking car so easily? Probably!