Haxtur was a great little series that ran in a couple of issues of 1984, then inexplicably transferred over to Eerie for the rest of it's run.
It's about ( as you'll see ) a South American mercenary who finds himself in a strange new world, where everyone seems out to kill him. It belongs to a genre probably best described as existential sword & sorcery, something there's nowhere near enough of for my taste.
As Haxtur wanders through this dangerous new land, getting involved in various quests with various different characters and not always seeing them through, we're as puzzled and eternally questioning as he is.
The strip feels also lightly satirical, particularly regarding the various false gods and religions Haxtur comes up against, as well as the way he constantly asks the questions no one ever asks in these situations, but that you or I would, such as: What gives you the right to chain me to this wall? or Why ARE you trying to kill me? Though this may be down to my own warped sense of humour.
The final revelation as to where he actually is, and what he's actually meant to be doing, probably doesn't come as that much of a surprise, but as Haxtur himself finds out, the destination isn't always as important as the journey.