In the current comic client with new number one issues coming out, seemingly, every week from The Big Two it is interesting and fresh to see a title go to a progressive numbering system in lieu of a new number one with every arc. Take the jump to read Dark Horse Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie’s comments about their decision with B.P.R.D.
Remember when Ron Perlman donned the Hellboy makeup and costume to help the Make-A-Wish Foundation? Of course you do, we still have tears in our eyes. Turns out, that little moment moved director Guillermo del Toro to reconsider his No More Hellboy Movies stance.
Dark Horse Comics sent out this teaser for the next big thing happening with Hellboy. We’ve known something was coming, but I can’t wait to see what Mike Mignola and DHC have in store for us this week. via Dark Horse Comics
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.
Ota Benga from B.P.R.D. 1947 returns as newcomer Ashley Strode is sent to him to deal with a demon he may have information on. Take the jump for an early Major Spoilers look at B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Exorcism #1.
Press Release In conjunction with the release of Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden’s latest collaboration earlier this week, and Mignola’s appearance at this weekend’s World Horror Convention, Dark Horse is pleased to announce a limited-edition hardcover release of Joe Golem and the Drowning City.
The Pickens County Horror promises to bring vampires to the pages of B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth. Do these bloodsuckers just suck or will you get your bang for the buck? That was awful, and I apologize.
Fans of Hellboy know about Lobster Johnson, and now Dark Horse Comics has a brand new adventure of the hero, set during the time period he was actually alive. This book arrives in stores January 11, 2012, so if you take the jump, be warned there may be spoilers.
ROBOT OVERLORD: I have seen many a monster in my day, and save for Matthew, the worst by far is the dread vampire. Mike Mignola has returned to his horror to see what Lord Baltimore is hunting next. WARNING: This book arrives in stores on August 10, 2011. Matthew and Stephen may indeed spoil certain aspects of the story. Consider yourself warned.