At Friday’s Spotlight on Mike Mignola panel, SDCC attendees were treated to a Q&A session with the legendary writer/artist himself and the newest curator of his Hellboy Universe in writer Chris Roberson. This is an exciting time for the franchise, as it sees long-time Mignola collaborator John Arcudi step away from the B.P.R.D. series and […]
What started at Dark Horse Comics with Hellboy has now branched out into tons of well-loved characters in the Mignolaverse. One of the most fun to read has been the adventures of pulp hero Lobster Johnson. Recently, readers were treated to the start of a new action and suspense filled tale chronicling the characters past in Lobster […]
Hellboy in Hell marked the return of creator Mike Mignola‘s interior art to the Hellboy Universe. The character has been in Hell since 2012, but the mini-series concludes with issue #10 four years later. EW has reported that Mignola doesn’t have an immediate follow-up to the present day version of the character. Mignola previously revealed […]
In an interview with Vulture, Mike Mignola reveals that his much-lauded Hellboy in Hell series will end with issue #10 which comes out early next year. And while he’ll remain busy with overseeing BPRD and other Hellboy-verse projects—and his Frankenstein Underground gn with art by Ben Stenbeck and Dave Stewart just dropped, he has no […]
Mike Mignola‘s Hellboy has been a cornerstone of comics since his debut in 1993 (he’s as old as I am!). The character has survived the tumultuously shifting tides of the industry and a series of creative changes during his tenure at Dark Horse. Now a few more changes are coming. Today, EW revealed the […]
England is gone, replaced by a new World Tree, promising to end this world and replace it with something new. Hellboy speaks with a spirit that may be his friend Alice, but who also appears to be something more. She delivers a prophecy of doom and beauty to Hellboy, who awakens, and finds himself in Hell once more. And then things start to get weird.
Comics fans have really taken to ComiXology over the past couple of years, but they have been extremely contentious with one comics publisher who has refused to take their wares over to the digital comics storefront: Dark Horse. Now the company has ceremoniously decided to take their acclaimed licenses and series over to the digital […]
Fabian Rangel Jr. and Ryan Cody debuted Doc Unknown # 1 two years ago, and the project was financed entirely by Fabian out of pocket. They launched a Kickstarter project to fund BOSS SNAKE: Cold Blood, Cold Streets. The duo raised $7,540 to fund the project based on a character from the introductory issue, but the fruitful Kickstarter ventures […]