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Hellboy is trapped in a dark basement littered with bones and small coffins, and the only way out is through the floating creature of death! For the first time, Mike Mignola teams up with artist Scott Hampton (Batman, The Sandman Presents: Lucifier) for this gothic tale.


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There Is Reason to the Rhyme 0

Issue 52 of Hellboy is the second part of a two part series titled 'The Sleeping and the Dead.' Mike Mignola continues to weave wonderful tales of Hellboy's past that will enchant and delight fans of the character. With fantastic art by Scott Hampton, this conclusion to the two part story will keep you at the edge of your seat. The Good At no point do I get tired of reading Mike Mignola's Hellboy, and this issue is no different. The second part of a two part story makes for really easy and light...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Will Hellboy Survive This Adventure? 0

The story set in the year 1966 concludes. Hellboy has to deal with some major vampire trouble.  The Good As with the first part of this story, the art and color really stand out and sets the mood for this story. The fog in the background almost feels like it pours off the page and gives you a chill as you read. The detail in the background is great and the way the reds pop out of each page really grabs your attention.  There's a lot of Hellboy fighting action picking up from the last issue. The ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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