And with this, the third issue, Hellboy: The Storm is over. After the six issues of Darkness Calls and the eight issues of Wild Hunt, the three issues of The Storm seems rather small. Upon reading the stories, the name reminds me of the phrase “The calm before the storm.” After all, it appears the […]
In the first issue Lord Baltimore rolls into town and begins cleaning up the place almost like Clint Eastwood in a “Man with no Name” movie. We know very little about him and why he hunts vampires. Issue two picks up right where issue one leaves off, he is released from prison and is aboard […]
SLC Comic Shop Owner tells you what’s in his hold this week.
Yes, this book really does have three titles. The main title is BPRD. The secondary title is Hell on Earth. The third title (that will go on the next four books after this as well (it is a five part mini-series)) is New World. Did you get all that? Good. Did you buy it yet?
I-so-want-to-share-the-news-with-you-but-I-hate-spoilers! Actually, I am not even certain about a certain something in particular that I caught in Hellboy: The Storm #2, and I really want to talk about it with someone! However, I won’t do it here.
In Baltimore: The Plague Ships, Dark Horse Comics would like you to introduce you to Lord Henry Baltimore. World War I has just ended, but for Lord Baltimore, the war continues as he hunts vampires. Baltimore was originally conceived by Mike Mignola (Hellboy) and fleshed out with the help of writer Christopher Golden (too numerous […]
Abe Sapien: The Abyssal Plain #2 did not end like I expected it would; not in the least. That is among the highest praise I can give, I believe.
Has it really been more than half a year since the last issue of Hellboy: The Wild Hunt? With the great BRPD comics going at the same time, sometimes I do not notice I don’t have a new Hellboy comic around. However, once I got Hellboy: The Storm #1 in my hands, I was a […]