Since its debut in 1994, Mike Mignola's Hellboy has been one of the most celebrated comics on the shelves. Mignola has won every major industry award for his work, and attracted the attention of Hollywood for a series of jobs on high-profile films, including Disney's Atlantis and Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula. Now the director he teamed with on Blade II, Guillermo del Toro, brings Mignola's creation to the big screen, and Dark Horse provides a unique look into this moment in comics-to-film history.
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Mike Mignola is the acclaimed creator of Hellboy and Zombieworld, and has drawn Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, Cosmic Odyssey, Aliens and Cloak and Dagger. His artwork has graced movies such as Atlantis and Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula. Guillermo del Toro has directed a number of acclaimed films, including Cronos, Mimic and Blade 2: Blood Hunt.Review:
Leeds Guide, September 2004: " If you're a Hellboy fan- and let's face it, there a quite a few out there- then you'll love the book." Ottakar's Outland Magazine Issue 31, Autumn 2004 : "Rather like an X'-File' investigating the 'X-files', the lantern chinned, wisecracking Hellboy is one of the most endearing heroes to have emerged in comics for a long time, coming across as fresh, inventive, and, above all, highly entertaining."
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