Press Release

Mike Mignola, the Harvey and Eisner Award winning writer, artist and creator of the acclaimed Hellboy comic series will be appearing at The Long Beach Comic & Horror Con scheduled for November 3-4 at the Long Beach Convention Center.

“I am happy to be doing the Long Beach Comic con again,” said Mignola.  “It’s a fun show.  I look forward to seeing the fans and catching up with fellow professionals.”

“We are so excited to have Mike back at the show. It’s a treat for fans to be able to interact with a comics legend in such an intimate atmosphere,” says Phil Lawrence, Principal and Sales Director for Long Beach Comic & Horror Con. He goes on to say “Mike just adds something special to the Comics and Horror element that we’ve established for the show. We are proud that his appearance will be a major highlight for the fans.”
The convention floor hours are 10:00am to 7:00pm on Saturday November 3 and 10:00am to 5:00pm on Sunday November 4.

via Long Beach Comic Con


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  1. I think Mike Mignola’s art is truly wonderful, but his writing has gotten awfully formulaic and thus boring in the past 5 years worth of Hellboy/BPRD stories. “Hellboy: The Storm and The Fury” was really bad; how could that piece of drivel ever be considered a climax? First it was for 5 issues a recap of the previous stories then in the last issue it was a rather boring fist-fight between Hellboy and the Ogdru Jahad. Then Hellboy pricks “The Dragon” with an apparently “blessed” excalibur and then Nimue’s ghost nonsensically reaches into Hellboy’s chest and takes his heart and now Hellboy is in Hell, the end. I expected so much more from a climax of a conflict between The Ogdru Jahad and Hellboy.

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