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I'm sorry, but the comic is so much better than the movies. But then, that's almost always the case. Creator Mike Mignola's superb series about the predestined demonic destroyer of the world being far too human to fulfill his fate is funny, moody, well-crafted, and horrific. Watching Hellboy fight monsters is only half the fun - the real treat is Mignola's drawings. Using a great deal of darkness to augment the mood, he is a master of setting atmosphere. And his preference of hard angles over the more traditional roundness of muscle in the way he approaches anatomy adds to the hardness of the tormented characters he depicts. Aside from the fancy analysis, Hellboy is a great fantasy book.










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