alright then :)
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alright then :)
Hey! I'm in! I was looking for this post and somehow I missed it :-D I already began working on my piece.
Oh I did see him too and that's precisely what I thought!
When I saw that panel where he says "a story for another time" I really had to think "uh... this really feels like advertising something... it even looks like a web banner".
Ahoy! By now it's like only a month left but if you guys are still interested, so am I!
Brrr it really looks neat indeed and I bump onto it every time I pass by the comicbook store... I'm trying to resist the urge to get it. I'd very much prefer the Hellboy in Hell Artist Edition ...and...
Pity the Companion 2.0 will never happen... what about the Middenway annotated version? :-P
And great pieces too btw, I love the small clay Hellboy with the corpse on top.
Ooops I would have loved to participate but I'm reading this quite late! My plane takes off in six hours and I'm staying two nights in a different city till the 30th. But I also was sad to miss it...
...when I read "just red instead of black" I thought oh, well, why not, after all I asked "how (else) do you imagine the book?" but when you went on about the font I was like... (!?) before I...
...perhaps it would not make much sense for the book to have a number seven in its spine but how else do you imagine the announced deluxe, oversized hardcover "Hellboy: The First 20 Years"? I did...
I would be happy if this would be volume seven: http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=48499
This has been my favourite thread of the month. Great and unexpected.
I could agree with this from a narrative point of view. I think the Wolves of St. August was probably the first story I read from Hellboy and it made a fan out of me, it's good stuff. But I still...
Made me enjoy the books much more in retrospective (though I had already been thrilled by the art).
I've been reading this forum for some time but this is my first thread and it's to let you know about a film project I'm working on :)
You can check a trailer here:...
Issue 2 is mesmerizing. The art is amazing. I love the story. I am oh so happy. Three issues to go and I'm already looking forward to a library edition.
...and guess what, this doesn't belong to #1.
This sounds like a film editor talking :tongue:
After such a long time waiting for 1948 I read this first issue with much anticipation. It didn't disappoint me at all. Great art, great story, I...
Indeed! Cool man, thanks :)
I agree but maybe it would make sense for Kate in a different way :wink:
I see what you mean. I wouldn't say they are just "okay" though. Giarocco's role in The Long Death was really cool. Devon has been unforgettable since the phone cabin incident and his Abe fear was...
Hey thanks a lot I had missed that on twitter!
Mine's fine too, no complaints at all.
After reading Mignola's words about these pages exceeding his expectations I had very high ones: they were fulfilled beyond my dreams.
This was truly magnificent in every sense, the art, the...