Mike Mignola

Preview – Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea

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Preview – Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea

Happy Halloween! Dark Horse is celebrating the day with the first look at Mike Mignola and Gary Gianni’s Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea. Hellboy’s in trouble again (I know, big surprise right?) and it’s bad enough when an unruly mob thinks you’re Satan: the appearance of someone who might actually be Satan is obviously much worse. Click the jump for preview pages of Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea.

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Hero Initiative and Dark Horse Comics Unveil ‘The HELLBOY 100’

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Hero Initiative and Dark Horse Comics Unveil ‘The HELLBOY 100’

The Hero Initiative, the first-ever federally chartered not-for-profit corporation dedicated strictly to helping comic book creators in need, unveiled its latest project today: The HELLBOY 100, in collaboration with Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and Dark Horse Comics. To create the HELLBOY 100, Dark Horse Comics printed 100+ blank covers of the landmark first issue of Hellboy & the BPRD: 1952, written by Mignola and John Arcudi and featuring the art of Alex Maleev with colors by Dave Stewart.

The Hero Initiative then commissioned internationally renowned comic book artists to do an original drawing on each cover, including Gabriel Bá, John Cassaday, Fábio Moon, Eric Powell, Bill Sienkiewicz and Mignola himself. The originals will be auctioned off via eBay.com at the rate of approximately 10 per week for 10 weeks. Both hardcover and softcover editions of a book collecting all the covers will published by Dark Horse Comics in September, 2015.

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The Expanded World of Hellboy

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The Expanded World of Hellboy

Mike Mignola’s infernal creation is getting a lot of love lately: with several single issues and trades either just released or about to be released, all featuring Red and his family and friends (and enemies of course) now is a good time to dip your toes in the B.P.R.D. universe. Not that it’s ever a bad time for Hellboy, seeing as how Dark Horse starts a new mini-series every few months. But 2013’s been an especially prolific year for the big guy.

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