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John Arcudi ,. Alex Maleev art ,. Dave Stewart colors. A bizarre series of murders and rumors of something worse lead Professor Bruttenholm to send a young Hellboy to a Brazilian village on his first mission.
Hellboy and a small group of agents uncover something terrible in the shadows of a sixteenth-century Portuguese fortress Collects the five-issue miniseries.
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Start your review of Hellboy and the B. Dec 04, Sam Quixote rated it it was ok. Disappointingly, Hellboy and the BPRD: is about as formulaic as you can get for a Hellboy story.
View all 12 comments. Nov 21, Danielle The Book Huntress Back to the Books rated it liked it Shelves: favorite-or-autobuy-author , antihero , library-checkout , graphic-novel-comic-book , science-fiction-horror , demon , dangerous-hero-challenge , action-adventure-challenge , favorite-series , s.
Yeah, I know that 'weird' is essential to Hellboy. But this was really weird. A hodge podge of horror with science fiction. Hellboy is awesome as always.
His team kind of blurs together for me. Good action, but nothing that stood out and made me say wow. Having said that, it's Hellboy, so it's good.
Sep 12, Siona St Mark rated it really liked it Shelves: darkhorse , comics-manga. A fun read, but I miss Kid Hellboy. Jan 25, Keen rated it it was ok.
The art work was too dark and a little unpolished and it lacked subtlety too. Aug 02, Jay rated it really liked it Shelves: modern-horror , comics.
A prequel to the main Hellboy series, this relates an early mission of Red's, with Nazis, monkeys and traitors all involved. The art is moodily awesome, the script is the usual understated Mignola greatness, and the support characters are a lot of fun.
Really, it's a lot of fun, and can serve as an intro to the BPRD universe, as knowledge of Hellboy and Co. Aug 25, Orrin Grey rated it really liked it Shelves: mignola , comics.
A ruined fort. Ancient idols and Lovecraftian horrors. Nazi mad science experiments. A talking alligator. A vampire monkey. This is such delightfully classic Hellboy stuff that it's impossible to not feel like the new Hellboy and the B.
I always hate to say this, because it's not like the artist did anything wrong , but Alex Maleev's work doesn't seem to fit into the overall Mignolaverse gestalt as well as some others, though he definitely captures some stri A ruined fort.
I always hate to say this, because it's not like the artist did anything wrong , but Alex Maleev's work doesn't seem to fit into the overall Mignolaverse gestalt as well as some others, though he definitely captures some striking images.
I can't help but wish--especially given that amazing cover on the trade--that Mignola himself had gotten to draw this particular adventure.
Mar 17, Logan rated it really liked it. Great Story! So i have not read the original Hellboy run, and since this is a prequel, i thought i'd collect this as a starting point.
It's , and Hellboy is going on his first mission, to Brazil to investigate strange activity. The art is decent, and the story and dialogue was well done!
Also nice to see Hellboy fight the paranormal for the first time! Nov 26, Juho Pohjalainen rated it liked it. Hellboy's first day out. He's grown up fast - he's like eight years old in this but already an adult - but I think there was a missed opportunity there where they could've had him behave a little more like a kid, or otherwise immature, rather than being almost the same mentally as well as in the present day.
A bit clueless at first, then it's to monster-punching, and so much for character growth. It's a fairly forgettable story on the whole, by Hellboy standards, introducing a bunch of new charac Hellboy's first day out.
It's a fairly forgettable story on the whole, by Hellboy standards, introducing a bunch of new characters instead of the ones we already knew would be around in that time, not letting professor Bruttenholm do overmuch, and having too many monkeys.
It also quickly deals away with all the prejudice and hatred Hellboy could have seen from a bunch of people, which could have had more potential for other things over the years.
Nov 19, Timothy Boyd rated it really liked it. Very nice story of the early days of the Hellboy character. While featuring big answers and one of the most momentous choices Hellboy's ever made, Hellboy in Hell also offers a return to the simplest and best Hellboy stories, as Hellboy roams a unique world only Mignola could present, filled with strange and magical encounters rich with the power of folklore and myth.
The four volume Hellboy Omnibus series along with the two volumes of The Complete Short Stories collect all of Mignola's award-winning Hellboy stories in chronological order for a definitive reading experience.
Reviews Review policy and info. Published on. Original pages. Best for. Android 3. Content protection. Read aloud. Learn more. I enjoyed every aspect of it.
The use of the Lovecraftian Old Gods concept was quite well done. I really enjoyed "Rasputin" and his character.
The myhtos underpinning the story is a well done mix of occult rituals and a call to entities similar to H. Lovecraft's Elder Gods who thirsted for destruction, blood and death.
The artwork was also very well done and complementary to the story. Mike Mignola is a VERY talented person to be able to tell such a tale and illustrate it himself as well.
It is a distinctive type of art, that while lacking some detail conveys a great deal of feeling just by the nature if the backgrounds.
The dark somber colors are also fitting for this occult tale of black magic based summoning. What can I say?
It will explain Hellboy's origin and introduce you to the rest of the BPRD in the form of Liz, the Pyromancer, and Abe Sapien, who is well uh All of these are reasons to highly recommend this book to anyone who meets the aforementioned criterion.
This is seriously well done and I am ashamed I'd never read it before now. Don't be like me. Read this great graphic novel. View all 3 comments.
Jul 16, Artemy rated it really liked it Shelves: dark-horse-mignolaverse , dark-horse , comics. So much better on the second reading!
John Byrne's writing style is still an annoyance, but oh man, did I miss so many important details from this volume when I first read it. Hellboy is an incredible story, even if it took me a long while to get into it the first time I was reading the books.
But the atmosphere, the mythos, the great artwork — it's all already here, in the very first trade.
Still, it gets sooo much better in the following volumes — I can't recommend Hellboy enough! First read: S So much better on the second reading!
One hell of a first volume! Mike Mignola's art is always a win. It gives off a gothic feel, and seems to go so well with this comic book.
My feelings towards John Byrne's writing is mixed. The narration is written well, but the dialogues are unnecessarily verbose. The characters are yet to be fleshed out, but the introduction is interesting enough to keep the readers captivated.
Oct 16, Brad rated it liked it Recommends it for: comic book fans. Shelves: adventure , sci-fantasy , comic-books , fantasy , graphic-novel , better-as-a-movie.
I am a man who loves good comic books, and Mike Mignola 's Hellboy is exactly that. It's a solid comic yarn with a charmingly antithetical leading man, fitting pencils, beautiful colour and noirish scripting helped on by John Byrne in this early volume.
Mike Mignola loves a great action sequence, and Hellboy's big ol' "Right Hand of Doom" and terrible aim with "The Good Samaritan" -- the oversized revolver the eponymous leading man received as a gift from the Torch of Liberty -- ensure tha I am a man who loves good comic books, and Mike Mignola 's Hellboy is exactly that.
Mike Mignola loves a great action sequence, and Hellboy's big ol' "Right Hand of Doom" and terrible aim with "The Good Samaritan" -- the oversized revolver the eponymous leading man received as a gift from the Torch of Liberty -- ensure that melee style action and battle are at the heart of the pulpy jewel that is Hellboy.
But if you're looking for literary or thematic depth, if you want some philosophy or politics with your graphics, Hellboy isn't for you.
It is clever and fun, but not much else. The villains are Nazis and Black Wizards like Rasputin and Demons, which doesn't leave much room for ethical debate.
The heroes are not complicated, although Mignola tries to pretend they are consider Professor Bruttenholm's miraculous child rearing skills, which allow him to nurture the demon out of Anung Un Rama.
Fun and clever, once again, but too silly to be truly complicated. And the relationships between the main characters are boringly familiar archetypes.
I don't say any of this as criticism, however. I think Mignola 's dedication to pulpy goodness is admirable. I don't want all my graphic novels to be Watchmen or Sandman.
Just like I don't want all my novels to be Moby Dick or Sound and the Fury. When I want some fun, some synapse relaxation, I am more than happy to pick up Hellboy and chill.
It's the summer blockbuster of the comic book world its film manifestations, moreover, are damn fine cinematic popcorn fare , and there is something to be said for plain old entertainment -- no matter the form.
So pick up Hellboy Seed of Destruction when you've got an itch for fun, and I guarantee you won't be disappointed.
Plus, if you're looking for a quick fix without diving into the story proper, this edition offers two mini-adventure Easter eggs, written and penciled as intros to the Hellboy character.
A junkyard dog turns into Anubis, a floating Nazi head and a talking Gorilla scientist torture a beautiful woman, and Hellboy saves the day -- quick and dirty like.
If Hellboy is demon hero-lite, these mini-adventures are demon hero-fat free. And heart smart Hellboy is the perfect way to fill any random couple of minutes where you're hankering for a comic book break.
Aug 07, Monean rated it it was amazing. This comic was very great! Mar 08, L. McCoy rated it liked it Shelves: horror , sci-fi , action , hoopla , reviewed , comics-and-graphic-novels , dark-horse.
Man, I wanted to like this more. The art is fantastic! This book is very unpredictable. Lots of suspense throughout.
Th Man, I wanted to like this more. Very annoying! Overall: Not a bad book but I expected it to be a lot better.
View 2 comments. Jun 29, Eric rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Fans of supernatural comics with Nazis in them.
Shelves: graphic-novels. Like Hellboy? This is where to start with the graphic novels, if you haven't already read it.
You'll like it. I promise. Not familiar with Hellboy? Start reading here, it's an awesome origin. There's really nothing else like it.
Also, see the movies, they're by Guillermo del Toro , and they're really good. Don't like Hellboy? Well that's on you. What isn't to like about a paranormal graphic novel following a trenchcoat-wearing demon that fights evil monsters and Nazis, occasionally at the same time Like Hellboy?
What isn't to like about a paranormal graphic novel following a trenchcoat-wearing demon that fights evil monsters and Nazis, occasionally at the same time?
Bonus: This collects not only features Hellboy's origin story, but also has the first two Hellboy stories ever published, used to promote and introduce the character.
Woohoo, extra Hellboy! Dec 31, Patrick rated it really liked it Shelves: graphic-novels-comics. This was fun and refreshing! The story was unique, the art seemed to vibe really well, and it was a great way to start off the New Year!
Happy everyone!! Jul 29, Danielle The Book Huntress Back to the Books rated it really liked it Recommends it for: fans of unlikely heroes.
Shelves: antihero , graphic-novel-comic-book , action-adventure-aficionados-c , cover-to-cover-challenge , to-buy-wish-list , dark-fantasy , famous-literary-historical-characte , favorite-or-autobuy-author , unlikely-hero-or-heroine , occult-detective.
Reread: January Actually a lot weirder than the movies, and that's saying something! Previous Review: It was really interesting to read the comic for Hellboy after seeing the movie first and so many years ago.
It's no secret how much I love Hellboy. I am eternally grateful to the Guillermo Del Toro movie made with Mignola as his concept and art designer for introducing me to this wonderful character and world where dark folklore has a vivid life with some added humor.
I think that seeing Reread: January Actually a lot weirder than the movies, and that's saying something! I think that seeing the movie first did affect my rating.
I hate to say this, but I think the movie was more dramatic in many ways than the graphic novel. Maybe that's a good thing that Del Toro and Mignola collaborated so well to make such a fantastic cinematic vision that cemented unforgettable imagery in my brain.
Having said that, I did enjoy this graphic novel version. The storyline is actually quite different in several ways. It was darker if that is possible , and Professor Bruttenholm pronounced Broom 's fate is harder to accept in the graphic novel I felt it was more poetic in the movie.
Having said that, the graphic novel should stand alone, and should be respected for what it is, especially considering that this is the first full-length collection in the series a few preliminary shorts notwithstanding , and a very strong foundation for a series that has branched out into so many different media I am still keeping fingers crossed for a TV show.
Hellboy is quite a leading man. His origins are as dark as one can imagine, but he rises above that to be more. That's a moral in itself. Another way in which the movie excels because you can see that pathos played out in the excellent acting of Ron Perlman as Hellboy in the movie and in his relationship with his mentor, who is played by John Hurt.
Okay, stop talking about the movie!! Anyway, his wisecracks and his power punches add some levity to the dark storyline. Hellboy does get beat up a lot in this book, and I love the line "Gonna be sore in the morning.
Also appearances by Liz Sherman who has her own angst to deal with , and Abe Sapien. Together, the make a good team. The villain is nasty with a capital N.
His master plan very dark and foul, but he had Hellboy all wrong, because Hellboy is no one's tool. The panels tell a lot of the story, which isn't bad.
Again, I think it comes from having watched the movie first.