New cover art for Opus Comics' Bill & Ted Roll the Dice shows the two Wyld Stallyns rockers head out on a Dungeons & Dragons-like quest.

The new covers come from artist Lukas Ketner. In the artwork, Bill and Ted are heading down into Hell, battling demons and meeting some familiar faces they've encountered on past adventures.

One of the covers shows Rufus, the pair's time-traveling mentor from the future, fighting a monster on his own while his time machine/phone booth flies behind him.

Bill & Ted Roll the Dice is a new four-issue monthly series from writer James Asmus, artist Wayne Nichols, colorist Joana Lafuente, letterer Jacob Bascle and editors R.G. Llarena and Denton J. Tipton.

The solicitation for the first issue reads, "The time-traveling duo are back in a monthly series of most excellent adventures! Go to Hell with Bill and Ted as they must save their souls with saving rolls! Old friend Joan of Arc, Aleister Crow-ley, Niccolò Paganini, and...Doctor Feelgood round out the party taking on the GameMaster...Sa-tan, himself!"

Bill and Ted were first introduced in 1989's Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure by director Stephen Herek.

Played by Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves, the two lovably dumb teenagers find themselves traveling across time when Rufus (George Carlin) appears and introduces them to a number of historical figures, including Abraham Lincoln, Genghis Khan and several others.

The two returned in 1991's Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, directed by Peter Hewitt, which saw the Wyld Stallyns venture into Hell and befriend the Grim Reaper (William Saddler), himself.