Though Hellboy may be gone in the present, there are still plenty of stories to be told, and Dark Horse shared this early look at the upcoming Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. 1954 – The Black Sun #1.
Hellboy may be dead and gone forever, but the adventures continue in Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea, a new graphic novel set to arrive in 2017.
A new installment of Strip Panel Naked has arrived, and this week, Dave Stewart and Mike Mignola’s Hellboy in Hell #10 is examined.
Travel with us to the year 1936, where mystery men protected the city, and giant robots rampage in the streets! It’s the Dueling Review of Lobster Johnson and the Metal Men of Midtown #2.
Here’s a great way to start your day; Mike Mignola, Chris Roberson, Ben Stenbeck, and Michelle Madsen (four of my favorite creators) have teamed for Witchfinder: City of the Dead.
Mondo, working with Mike Mignola, has revealed a Baby Hellboy figure that is right out of the comics.
Press Release And you thought the fireworks ended on the Fourth of July? In advance of San Diego Comic Con 2015, Dark Horse Comics revealed today a series of major announcements for the strange, shared Mignolaverse of comic books and graphic novels comprised of Hellboy, Abe Sapien, BPRD, Frankenstein Underground, Lobster Johnson and Witchfinder. In a year in which a new dinosaur has been named after Mike Mignola’s most famous creation and Dark Horse Comics has teased that “the impossible will happen” in the Mignolaverse, today’s news brings still more surprises: a new series, a new one-shot special, new high
Press Release This November legendary Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling novelist Christopher Golden and Dark Horse Comics will unleash the first ever comic book appearance of their character Joe Golem from their novel Joe Golem and the Drowning City. A five issue Joe Golem: Occult Detective mini-series will be co-written by frequent collaborators Mignola and Golden, with art by Patric Reynolds (Serenity), colors by award winning colorist Dave Stewart and covers by Spectrum Award-winning painter Dave Palumbo. The new series takes place prior to the events of the illustrated novel Joe Golem and the Drowning City. Set