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DARK HORSE ANNOUNCES THE OFFICIAL HELLBOY 20TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION TO TAKE PLACE ON MARCH 22!

Official Press Release MILWAUKIE, OR, DECEMBER 11–March 2014 marks the twentieth anniversary of Mike Mignola’s career-defining release of Hellboy: Seed of Destruction #1. After the character’s somewhat humble beginnings as an eight-page feature in Dark Horse’s San Diego Comic Con Comics special, Seed of Destruction would begin the long life of the beloved “beast of […]

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B.P.R.D.: Vampire #4 Review

Wow! If the cover wasn’t enough to get your blood pumping, as promised, Mignola and company deliver the goods in a major way with the 4th issue of B.P.R.D.: Vampire. This issue is a powerhouse that smacks you upside the head, and with unwavering preponderance, keeps the blows coming. Whereas the first two issues seemed […]

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B.P.R.D. : VAMPIRE #3 REVIEW

Now we’re talking. Finally, vampires, vampires, vampires! The tension that has been slowly building over the past two issues finally reaches a glorious and gory climax. Vampires have finally arrived and they do not disappoint. Neither does agent Anders, for that matter, as he seriously proves his mettle. As it turns out, Anders is pretty […]

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B.P.R.D.: Vampire #2 Review

The plot thickens. It’s so thick, in fact, that the heart of the matter is still a bit too elusive. The heart of the matter is, as the title indicates, Vampires, but so far there have been little more then quick references to the blood thirsty creatures of the night. One imagines that’s the intention […]

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B.P.R.D. VAMPIRE #1 REVIEW

It was at last year’s WonderCon that I attended Mike Mignola’s panel on the future of the Hellboy Universe, at which time he announced the big news that Hellboy In Hell was coming, and the fact that he would again be gracing his accolades with his long overdue return to drawing. I am one of […]

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With Love, Brazil

It is said that Brazil has a strong indie comics scene.  Ursula by Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá, and Love Hurts by Murilo Martins seem to support this theory. Bá and Moon have now gained a fair amount of notice for their work Daytripper for Vertigo and have also worked on B.P.R.D, however Ursula falls […]

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Daytripper by Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá

Life is full of turns; some expected, others not.  Last week while my husband and I were at Comic Con, walking down the isles, bemoaning the seemingly haphazard dismantling of the Small Press section, we came across Gabriel Bá’s table.  At first I was not sure he was there, as it was a common table […]

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