Intro: Heroes across all comics eventually deal with something a little more supernatural than your average villain. Ghosts, ghouls, vampires, and werewolves just to name a few, but when it comes to movies and TV, very few of the supernatural elements get adapted...but could we begin to see more supernatural beings in comic book films... Continue Reading →
Writer: Mike Mignola, Rob Williams Artist: Laurence Campbell Letterer: Clem Robins Colorist: Quinton Winter, Dave Stewart Cover Artist: Laurence Campbell Cover Art by Laurence Campbell Intro: If you've read the B.P.R.D. Comics then you may have learned that Agent Howards of the B.P.R.D. found a powerful sword in a temple in Chicago, which turned him... Continue Reading →
Intro: After the success of the 2004 film by Guillermo del Toro, Hellboy was slowly becoming more of a household name, with a clear sense that del Toro was the man to bring the characters and the world of Hellboy comics to life. In 2008 there was hype for the next instalment of the Hellboy... Continue Reading →
Continuing into the final issue with the excellent panels of art, Mitten brings to life ancient ghoulish creatures, the citizens of Connecticut, the local and international authorities and of course Hellboy himself...
Continuing on from the last issue, the second instalment of this three part mini series shows us the story unravelling at a rather sudden pace.
Hellboy and the B.P.R.D have returned for another mission and this time Big Red is teaming up with B.P.R.D Agent Kinsley to solve a mysterious case in Tatoskok Falls. New Hampshire, New England in the year 1975.
I have been excited for Mignola's return to the Hellboy series and so when I saw this new book on the shelf without an issue number, I had to grab it and give it a read as soon as I could.