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  • Author:
    John Cassaday
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    1569719535
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    978-1569719534
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    Dark Horse Books (October 19, 2004)
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    144 pages
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Hellboy: Weird Tales, Vol. 2 Paperback – October 19, 2004. by John Cassaday (Author, Illustrator)

Hellboy: Weird Tales, Vol. by John Cassaday (Author, Illustrator). Hellboy, the mal-investigator who recently made the move from comic books to the big screen, returns in another collection of adventures in which he tracks down phenomena ranging from a poltergeist World War II pilot to a ghostly Grand Guignol troupe.

Astonishing X-Men: Ultimate Collection, Volume 1. by Joss Whedon · John Cassaday.

Hellboy: Weird Tales is a Dark Horse Comics bimonthly eight-issue comic book limited series that offered a variety of guest writers and artists the chance to give their own take on the Hellboy characters created by Mike Mignola whilst he was in Pragu.

Hellboy: Weird Tales is a Dark Horse Comics bimonthly eight-issue comic book limited series that offered a variety of guest writers and artists the chance to give their own take on the Hellboy characters created by Mike Mignola whilst he was in Prague working on the first Hellboy movie. The issues were published bi-monthly to alternate with a series of . one-shots and were collected in two trade paperback volumes. Published February 26, 2003 cover by John Cassaday.

John Cassaday (Captain America) provides the stunning cover, as well as two stories in this stunning kickoff. TyRuben Ellingson, who worked side by side with Mignola as conceptual designer on the upcoming Hellboy film, lends a pinup, and Andi Watson (Skeleton Key) brings an infernal duke of Hell to a birthday party.

That said, there are some solid stories here, including Eric Powell's, John Cassaday's (though his Lobster Johnson story in volume 2 was a bit of a dud for me), Joe Casey and Steve Parkerhouse's, Jason Pearson's (an artist who I wish did more work), Alex Maleev's (maybe), Craig Thompson's, Tommy Lee. Edward's, Evan Dorkin's (sort of surprising), and Kev Walker's.

Hellboy: Weird Tales, Vol. 2 - Mike Mignola’s character has never been more popular, especially in the wake of the long-awaited feature film, and unprecedented success in bookstores

Hellboy: Weird Tales, Vol. 2 - Mike Mignola’s character has never been more popular, especially in the wake of the long-awaited feature film, and unprecedented success in bookstores. His award-winning series Hellboy has been lauded as much by other. Read in 2015 (224 items) list by Hootsaidtheowl. Published 4 years, 8 months ago. View all Hellboy: Weird Tales, Vol. 2 lists. 2 pictures. Mike Mignola’s character has never been more popular, especially in the wake of the long-awaited feature film, and unprecedented success in bookstores.

John Cassaday (/ˈkæsədeɪ/; born 1971) is an American comic book artist, writer, and television director, best known for his work on Planetary, Astonishing X-Men, Captain America and Star Wars. He has received multiple Eagle and Eisner Awards and nominations for his work. Both Marvel Comics and DC Comics include many of Cassaday's iconic images in their marketing, and in their art and poster book collections. Marvel Comics-based animated films have made extensive use of his art.

John Cassaday is a comic book author and artist. Hellboy: Weird Tales Big-Top-Hell-Boy (out of continuity). Doc Hollow's Grand Vibro-Destructo Machine (out of continuity). The Hellboy 100 Project. Big-Top-Hell-Boy (out of continuity). Categories : Interior Artist.

The second volume in the celebrated anthology series features more big names, and sixteen more pages than Volume One, including John Cassaday's complete Lobster Johnson serial

The second volume in the celebrated anthology series features more big names, and sixteen more pages than Volume One, including John Cassaday's complete Lobster Johnson serial. Mike Mignola's character has never been more popular, especially in the wake of the long-awaited feature film. The award-winning Hellboy series has been lauded as much by other artists as it has by award ceremonies and fans.

Mike Mignola’s character has never been more popular, especially in the wake of the long-awaited feature film, and unprecedented success in bookstores. His award-winning series Hellboy has been lauded as much by other artists as it has by award ceremonies and fans. Over the years, many of the best artists in the industry have asked if they could do a backup story just to get a chance to play with the characters and worlds Mignola has created. As Dark Horse basks in the glow of critical praise for the 2004 Hellboy motion picture, we present this lavish collection of stories.

Fhois
as some of the other reviews stated already, mike mignola didn't do any of the art or stories in this collection. that being said, this is a great collection of stories that have different takes on the characters, and the art especially but all still have the hellboy feel. the artwork is awesome. there is a variety of styles and mediums. i especially liked the colored pencil. there are some old lobster johnson comics in the back, along with pencil sketches from two artists, an afterword by mike mignola and some extra hellboys pics from the other artists. the stories are really entertaining and some parts made me laugh out loud. all in all if you are a hellboy fan you will enjoy this collection.
Gogul
Some fun interpretations of Big Red.
ᵀᴴᴱ ᴼᴿᴵᴳᴵᴻᴬᴸ
Nice to see various artists' interpretations of Hellboy. Several interesting stories. Not the best but a good read and I am satisfied with my purchase.
Garr
A must for any Hellboy fan. I love Hellboy short stories.
Beazekelv
Exelent
Fenrikree
Full of short stories by guest artists that is either goofy or spooky. "Midnight Cowboy" is a beautifully drawn tale of young Hellboy having misadventures with his pet dog, briefly mutated beyond recognition after lapping up a bit of mysterious green liquid. "Haunted" is a strange tale with goofy Samurai Jack drawing style, about Hellboy wandering a haunted mansion oblivious to the many ghosts messing with him. "Family Story" is about Hellboy spending time with a dysfunctional family, where mother, father and son each has a supernatural secret of their own that Hellboy discovers. Great art, excellent story. "Hot" is a cool story about Hellboy meeting a beautiful Japanese <em>onsen</em> spirit, fantastic black-and-white pencil art, totally awesome. "The Children Of The Black Mound" has Mignola-esque art, but no great story (Hellboy hardly appears). "Big-Top-Hell-Boy" has cool art, very stylish and crisp, near-lifelike, and has our hero battling a ghoul circus. Next. "The Gadget Outpost" is about Hellboy's buddy who test-flies a rocket pack. Next. "Downtime" is jokey-cartooney, and is about a temperamental vending machine at the BPRD. Say what? Next. "Abe Sapien, Star Of The BPRD" is a very stylish, amazing dream-fantasy about… Abe Sapien, star of the BPRD. "Curse Of The Haunted Doily" is a Kate Corrigan tale about how she's haunted by the ghost of her nagging mother. Cartoonishly drawn, but pretty funny still. "The Dread Within" has great gothic art, and depicts Liz Sherman investigating a haunted house with an Exorcist-style possessed girl. "Still Born" is a strange, all-images tale of a Hellboy dream of a pair of unborn conjoined twin demons. Weird. Next. "Party Pooper" shows a birthday party for Hellboy, providing a nice way to end off an uneven collection of Hellboy storers. A few so-so guest artist posters, and some sketches, the coolest of which are of Lobster Johnson, for a story that will be part of Mike Mignola's Hellboy, Weird Tales Volume 2. Nice tease, guys!
Uris
Hellboy has become a huge success and creator Mike Mignola is busier than ever. So what do you do when the public wants more of your character than you can safely create? You invite other artists to put their own spin on things. This volume is a collection of such stories.
Midnight Cowboy - A young Hellboy gets into trouble at Area 51.
Haunted - Hellboy investigates a supposedly haunted house but finds no trace of ghosts but they find him.
Family Story - Hellboy is doing research and discovers some strange goings on in the family that owns the library.
Hot - Hellboy investigates something that is scaring people out of some Chinese hot springs. The Water Sprite he finds awakens the horn in him.
The Children of the Black Mound - Cold hard reason squares off against ghosts, legends and religion. A tale of a young historical figure.
Big-Top-hell-Boy - Hellboy investigates a cunning array of circus ghosts and find a curious property of his right hand.
Flight Risk - Aces of the jetpack vie for altitude records but some rather large bats may have other ideas.
Hellboy & Co in Downtime - Hellboy has tackled some evil entities in his time. Now he must face his ultimate challenges as he goes up against the office copier and the soda machine
Abe Sapien Star of the BPRD - Hellboy is just a musclebound bulk while Abe Sapien is the one who really brings home the sushi (I mean bacon).
Hey, Hey, Suckers! - Hellboy returns from a gala and can't help boasting and rubbing it in.
Curse of the Haunted Doily - Kate faces her mom's ghost
The Dread Within - Liz vs Possession
Still Born - Hellboy attends a dangerous birth in reality and in his dreams.
Party Pooper - Hellboy's birthday party
This is a fun collection. The stories vary between the silly to the dark and eerie. Art styles also cover most of the spectrum from the beautiful pencils of Hot to the cartoonish Hellboy and Co in Downtime. A must read for any Hellboy fan.