The comic was drawn by Umnbree and Riplae and inked by Fautisse with the backgrounds by Hazbin animator Magpie Raven, color by Jane Walker and Maritza Medrano, and final details/revisions by creator Vivienne Medrano.
The comic begins with Angel finalising a drug deal with a group of shark demons on behalf of Valentino. When the leader questions the deal since Valentino hasn't shown up to complete it in person, he quickly turns the tables and threatens Angel at gunpoint. The spider is unimpressed and suddenly takes out every other demon present with a plethora of weapons after the leader insults him. Unfortunately, the exchange leaves the gang incapacitated and Angel is forced to walk away from the deal empty handed.
Shortly afterwards, Valentino arrives in person to collect Angel and questions him on why he was meddling in his affairs. Angel insists he thought it was a simple gig and wanted to help out, but Valentino berates him instead for not staying inside the Studio as he's supposed to. As punishment for missing a day's worth of a filming, the pimp forces Angel to offer himself on the street until he has enough money to make up for it. Left with little choice, a downtrodden Angel leaves.
Many demons pass by, uninterested in his services, when Angel is suddenly approached by a limousine with Charlie and Vaggie in the back. He insists that he'll have to charge extra for women, but Charlie insists they're only interested in talking. When she agrees to pay him for his time, Angel gets in the car.
Inside, Vaggie explains the concept of the Happy Hotel as a testing ground to prove whether it's possible to redeem a damned soul and gain them entry to Heaven. They offer him free meals, housing and protection from Hell's dangers in exchange for agreeing to the program, but Angel simply makes fun of the idea and doesn't appear to take it seriously. However, after Vaggie suggests to Charlie that Angel is no good to them, annoying him that they don't consider him worthy, he insists that he's the best choice they could get and agrees to take part, using the excuse of being behind on rent as the primary motivation.
As Angel is about to leave to continue his evening's work since he's still short on money, Charlie suddenly gives him a wad of cash. He assumes it's merely a trick, but Charlie simply explains that it's an investment in him because she believes that there is more to Angel than how he or others may see him. She thanks him for his time and says they'll be in touch, leaving a stunned Angel on the sidewalk outside.
With his debt money sorted out, Angel returns to his rundown apartment to contemplate what he's agreed to. He embraces Fat Nuggets and remarks how the idea of redemption is silly.
- The website and access to the comic was password protected. To access the site, it was needed to type "Magne" which is Charlie's surname and to access the comic, "Angel Dust" the name of the comic's main character.
- Almost all the names of comic book pages refer to phrases from the page with the same name.
- The early reel design of Fat Nuggets seen in the comics is shown on a poster in Angel’s room during the end credits scene of “Addict”.