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ISBN:
1417766549
Author:
et al. Mignola Mike
Category:
Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
Turtleback Books (March 30, 2004)
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Each volume contains the equivalent of two trade paperbacks as well as additional sketch book material.

Each volume contains the equivalent of two trade paperbacks as well as additional sketch book material. The books are published as Hardcovers and measure in at 9" by 12" (as compared to the trade paperback's 7" by 10"). Seven volumes have been published to date.

I’ve been a Hellboy fan for quite a while, and I’ve been a fan of Mike Mignola for quite some time. There’s an introduction by Scott Allie, and a bit of a recap, and after the story there is the standard Sketchbook where we see designs and concepts and scrapped ideas

I was amazed at the quality of the binding, the paper grade and gloss.

This includes the story on which the first Hellboy movie is based on along with two short stories and a gallery of arr. To me Hellboy is a superhero with a strong influence. I love the way the creator of this series draws his characters. I was amazed at the quality of the binding, the paper grade and gloss.

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Hellboy: Seed of Destruction is the first Hellboy comic book mini-series, published by Dark Horse Comics. It was conceived and illustrated by Mike Mignola and scripted by John Byrne.

by Mike Mignola First published June 1st 1994. Showing 1-30 of 49. Hellboy, Vol. 1: Seed of Destruction (Paperback). Published March 30th 2004 by Dark Horse. Paperback, 128 pages.

Since Mike Mignola's Hellboy first hit the stands in 1993, it has become a cultural .

Since Mike Mignola's Hellboy first hit the stands in 1993, it has become a cultural sensation, racking up a dozen Eisner Awards and inspiring numerous spinoffs, from a novel line, to video games, to feature films.

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After sacrificing himself to save the world, this epic conclusion of Hellboy's story follows him on a journey through Hell, where he once again faces off against the Vampire of Prague, pleads his case when accused of murder, and fulfills his destiny by destroying Pandemonium itself. Mignola's complete Hellboy in Hell saga! ""The prophecies are coming to pass, the threads all coming together

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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Sent to investigate a mystery with supernatural overtones, Hellboy discovers the secrets of his own origins, and his link to the Nazi occultists who promised Hitler a final solution in the form of a demonic avatar.
  • Konetav
This is the first Hellboy comic that I've read. Previously, my only direct experience of the character was the two movies produced by Guillermo del Toro and starring Ron Pearlman, which I enjoyed quite a bit. I finally decided to read the Hellboy comic books when I saw this series on Amazon. It seemed like I good way to introduce myself to the real Hellboy.

I'm very glad that I did! Mike Mignola's character and his artwork are splendid. The stories are like a combination of film noire and gothic horror/romance fused with the pulp stories of Lovecraft and Howard and Poe's sense of the macabre. I found the stories carried me along with the breathtaking speed of a rollercoaster.

His artwork is justly famous. The way he uses light, darkness is very striking. It gives his larger panels tremendous dramatic impact. His shadowing often produces a deep and brooding atmosphere. It doesn't become oppressive though. He balances the darkness with a wry sense of humor. Hellboy's running internal commentary makes for a lot of that. That commentary also turns a character who is a demon from another dimension into a surprisingly warm and sympathic human being. It's very easy to identify with Hellboy. He is a remarkably loveable kind of superhero.

Having read some of the real Hellboy, I find myself liking the Hellboy movies even more. Ron Pearlman and Guillermo del Toro have captured the spirit of Mignola's characters and stories wonderfully. Pearlman's highly sympathetic portrayal of Hellboy's emotional vulnerability is heartwarming and true to Mignola's vision of the character.
  • MEGA FREEDY
I have never read Hellboy before but I've always been interested in it. Seeing as this collects two volumes, I decided it'd be alright if I just got this collection instead of buying each seperately. I was pleastantly surprised by the results of that decision.

For one, this book is HUGE. I had no idea that it was that large. The pages are thick and over-sized, which is great for me. The art looks incredible when it's blown up to this size on the page. You can really see every detail that the artists put into the drawings.

The cover itself is worth noting. It has a very soft, velvety feel to it, but is also quite sturdy. I really love the appearance of it, and I'm sure any Hellboy fan would be glad to have this displayed on their collection.

I'd say this is a great book for people both new and old to the series. The blown up art is awesome enough to draw me in, and I'm extremely satisfied with how great this book is.

Recommended to ANYONE who loves comics or wants to give them a try.
  • Uyehuguita
If you've only seen the movies, don't expect this book to be the action filled joy ride you are used to. This hellboy is very dark, brooding and contemplative and the monsters he faces are much more intelligent and cunning. If you are even bothering looking at this page, you'll enjoy this book though, don't be disappointed by the differences between the movies and this, embrace them and indulge in hellboys adventures. You will not be disappointed.
  • Cordann
This includes the story on which the first Hellboy movie is based on along with two short stories and a gallery of arr.
To me Hellboy is a superhero with a strong influence. I love the way the creator of this series draws his characters. He definitely up there with Jack Kirby,Bernie Wrightson snd Mike Ploog.
  • Mallador
Beautiful edition of some of my favorite comics. This is honestly the best value I've ever seen for a volume of this caliber. You may not be able to tell it from the pictures, but this thing is HUGE. Everything is high quality and of course, the art and writing are top notch. A must have for Hellboy fans.
  • Doriel
This is my first time I read a non marvel / dc comic. First off I liked it, however I wanted more. Perhaps the rest of the Hellboy series will continue to fill in the pieces the movie included. There were several aspects about the book that the movie changed which I didn’t mind. Great read, I can’t wait to read the next volume.
  • Rit
The book is amazing but I bought it brand new and it has finger prints on it and tears. Fifty bucks is a lot for a new book to have these damages. The damages on the new book is my only disappointment.
Hellboy fully deserves its reputation as an exceptionally rich, literary set of graphic novels. In my view, Hellboy ranks just below Neil Gaiman's The Sandman in its sweeping mythology and mysterious depths. And this large, plush library edition is an excellent (albeit expensive) way of getting into the series from the beginning. I also enjoyed some of the extra matter, particularly Alan Moore's preface to "Wake the Devil," which conveys his sense of Hellboy's place in the comic pantheon.

The one flaw is that, inexplicably, "The Chained Coffin" (a short story) is left until Volume 2, despite taking place between the two chapters in Volume 1. But this omission can be forgiven, as the story doesn't bear on the main plot. For those who insist on reading the comics in their proper order but don't have the second volume handy, "The Chained Coffin" can also be viewed (in faithful animated form) on the Dark Horse website.