Bloody in its content yet bloodless in its soul, there is little to recommend this by-the-books adaptation of Mike Mignola’s Hellboy.
The tragic story of the Koshchei The Deathless, the warlord turned immortal slave of Baba Yaga who fought Hellboy at the witch’s command, can now be told!
While Hellboy: Krampusnacht is unlikely to win the Hellboy franchise any new fans, the faithful will find this holiday special enjoyable.
Mix one part Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with two parts H.P. Lovecraft and you might get something very much like Jenny Finn.
Written by Mike Mignola & Cameron Stewart Art by Cameron Stewart Colors by Dave Stewart Letters by Clem Robins Exorcism is something we are all well aware of thanks to a popular movie from the 70s, but it isn’t all head spinning and pea soup vomit. Possession is a scary business, and someone who’s called […]
Written by MIKE MIGNOLA & SCOTT ALLIE Art by MAX FIUMARA Colors by DAVE STEWART Letters by CLEM ROBINS Mike Mignola and Scott Allie spin another paranormal parable in the BPRD series, one that manages to keep that Hellboy feel, but unfortunately does little else. The Transformation of J.H. O’Donnell is a one-shot story in […]
Written by Mike Mignola & John Arcudi Art by James Harren Colors by Dave Stewart Letters by Clem Robins Artist James Harren continues to shine in the final chapter of the latest B.P.R.D. arc as he flaunts awesome character designs and then guts them in violent, even more awesome fight scenes. It’s just a whole […]
Written by MIKE MIGNOLA & JOHN ARCUDI Art by JAMES HARREN Letters by CLEM ROBINS Supernatural-horror-crime-drama is a mouthful to say, but if you’re in a hurry, you could always abbreviate it with the single word the genre has become known for: Hellboy. If you’re feeling particularly lazy, you could even abbreviate it in four […]