- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 128 pages, 1 Illustrations, unspecified
- Publisher: Dark Horse Comics,U.S.
- Publication Date: 26/11/2003
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9781593070946
- Hardback from £29.29
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Review by jayrogers
The hellboy books are really quite a fine example of graphic design and a singular vision of comedic horror. Or should I say gothic comedy?
Review by ragwaine
I'm very glad to say that I liked this a lot. Even the art, which up until now I thought I would totally hate, was pretty cool. The characters were cool and original, the bad guy was really evil and evil looking and his masters are cthulhu-like monsters. What more could you ask for? I can't say it's as good as -Top 10- or -Transmetropolitan- but I'll definitely be reading the next couple graphic novels.
Review by comfypants
I'm not a fan of spooky/paranormal stories, but Hellboy's such a great character, it's lots fun to read. And the book and movie are different enough that one doesn't lose anything after you've seen/read the other (unlike certain other comic books starting "Sin" and ending in "ity").
Review by Kisners42
Mike Mignola's art in this series rocks of course (as usual).The story also relatively interesting, however I found that I'd read enough hype about it that I was expecting more somehow. Still it wasn't bad.- Peter K.
Review by lifeasafrog
Although the story line is hard to follow at times, once you understand the premise you will appreciate the deep and fascinating book.
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