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Art by Duncan Fegredo. Colors by Dave StewartFrom Hellboy: The Storm and the Fury TPB.

Art by Duncan Fegredo. Colors by Dave Stewart
From Hellboy: The Storm and the Fury TPB.

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18 Aug 14
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conquerorwurm:

The best thing to cosplay is just a regular BPRD grunt because then you can wear something really comfy and cute like these guys and look totally adorable and there are a bunch of variations on the uniform and they’re all great

#bprd
18 Aug 14
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gg-rain:

New side bar image~~~
I felt bad that he lost the crown of fire so i gave him a new crown

gg-rain:

New side bar image~~~

I felt bad that he lost the crown of fire so i gave him a new crown

16 Aug 14
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mizpollard:


Write in to Hellmail!

At the back of every lovely Mignolaverse title is Hellmail, the letters column where readers write in with their their thoughts and Scott taunts us with vague hints and non-confirmations. They’re always fun to read, but I’ve noticed the same names popping up over and over again, mostly men. I know tumblr is full of people, especially ladies, who love these comics so much they blog about them daily, myself included. Why don’t we drop Scott a line to let him know we’re out here and we care!I know every time I think about writing in, it turns into an unwieldy essay in my head and I give up. If you really read over past letters, though, you really don’t have to write much. Just pass on some thoughts about the specific things you care about. Let them know you love the competent women of BPRD, or the way Jason Latour renders backgrounds, or Abe in midriff shirts. If they know fans care, we’ll be more likely to see more of the same in future books!

mizpollard:

Write in to Hellmail!


At the back of every lovely Mignolaverse title is Hellmail, the letters column where readers write in with their their thoughts and Scott taunts us with vague hints and non-confirmations. They’re always fun to read, but I’ve noticed the same names popping up over and over again, mostly men. I know tumblr is full of people, especially ladies, who love these comics so much they blog about them daily, myself included. Why don’t we drop Scott a line to let him know we’re out here and we care!

I know every time I think about writing in, it turns into an unwieldy essay in my head and I give up. If you really read over past letters, though, you really don’t have to write much. Just pass on some thoughts about the specific things you care about. Let them know you love the competent women of BPRD, or the way Jason Latour renders backgrounds, or Abe in midriff shirts. If they know fans care, we’ll be more likely to see more of the same in future books!

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16 Aug 14
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annekaretnikov:

Hellboy ooak card. Playing card, watercolors, shiny gold-metalic paper

annekaretnikov:

Hellboy ooak card. Playing card, watercolors, shiny gold-metalic paper

15 Aug 14
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notinriversbutindrops:

an old Hellboy tribute

notinriversbutindrops:

an old Hellboy tribute

14 Aug 14
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Artist August: Mike Mignola [Art Feature]

multiversitycomics:

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by Mike Romeo

Mike Mignola is one of the most iconic artists working in comics today. So much of what he’s done has rippled through the industry, influencing the way countless artists approach their craft. Not only in terms of his idiosyncratic approach to cartooning, but also in how his comics are released. He became synonymous with the series of mini-series, many people referring to it as ‘the Mignola model’ of publishing. His measured approach to storytelling was seen as a successful way for others to tell their own stories. Creators like David Peterson have credited Mignola with providing a template for independent comics publishing.

But publishing practices won’t get you an Artist August spotlight. For that, we look to Mignola’s output. He has, of course, been working in his Hellboy universe for twenty years now. But he’s also worked for Marvel and DC, provided concept art for movies and television, and turned out countless covers for other peoples’ comics.

Read more

14 Aug 14
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dominokavich:

also heres a Hellboy sketch too

dominokavich:

also heres a Hellboy sketch too

14 Aug 14
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REMINDER!

Lobster Johnson: Get The Lobster #5/5 and Abe Sapien #15 both came out yesterday! Here’s a couple ways you can get them!

And don’t forget that you can always email or send letters to Hellmail, the column in the back of each Mignola-verse comic where you can talk to editor-in-chief, Scott Allie. Send your emails to hellmail@darkhorse.com or mail them to c/o Dark Horse Comics, 10956 SE Main St, Milwaukie OR 97222

Supporting your favorite comics is a great way to ensure that they keep coming!

13 Aug 14
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phantom-pancake:

Cover art by Laurence Campbell - B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #125



Dark Horse Comics Solicitations for November, 2014

phantom-pancake:

Cover art by Laurence Campbell - B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #125

Dark Horse Comics Solicitations for November, 2014

#bprd
13 Aug 14
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tinac209:

Check it out, look what I did this weekend!

tinac209:

Check it out, look what I did this weekend!

12 Aug 14
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kathahem:

(and also a preview page of Abe Sapien #16 and lots of theorizing about Abe as a person)

12 Aug 14
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celine-kim:

Wanted to do Spidey fan art again but started scribblin’ Hellboy

celine-kim:

Wanted to do Spidey fan art again but started scribblin’ Hellboy

11 Aug 14
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gomagentagallery:

Hellboy | Original

Papel canson 180 g, 210x297 mm. Grafite vermelho, aquarela, canetas Sakura, marcadores Koi.

R$ 95,00 + R$ 5 de frete

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