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eBook Hellboy Animated Volume 1: The Black Wedding (Hellboy Animated (Graphic Novels)) ePub

by Rick Lacy,Jim Pascoe

  • ISBN: 1593077009
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Rick Lacy,Jim Pascoe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Books (December 12, 2006)
  • Pages: 80
  • ePub book: 1338 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1423 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 775

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fying tale of witchcraft and possession. In the second tale, Hellboy Animated co-creator Tad Stones and Fabio Laguna (X-Men Unlimited) team up in "Pyramid of Death," in which radio hero Lobster Johnson inspires a young Hellboy to inflict some imaginary justice of his own.

Hellboy Animated Volume 1 book. In the lead feature, The Black Wedding, written by Jim.

Ships from and sold by Warlock Collectables. Hellboy Animated Volume 1: The Black Wedding (Hellboy Animated (Graphic Novels)). Hellboy Animated Volume 3: The Menagerie (v. 3). Jason Hall.

Hellboy Animated: The Black Wedding is the first graphic novel based . Rick Lacy and Fabio Laguna captured the look of Hellboy animated right on the page.

book by Jim Pascoe  . Hellboy Animated: The Black Wedding is the first graphic novel based on the Animated Hellboy. While maintaining much of the canon of Mike Mignola's comic series, the books based on the animated version are really there own universe, even so far as making Hellboy purposely look different than the Mignola version.

Hellboy Animated are original straight-to-DVD animated films based upon the Hellboy comic books by Mike . The Black Wedding" (written by Jim Pascoe with art by Rick Lacy).

Hellboy Animated are original straight-to-DVD animated films based upon the Hellboy comic books by Mike Mignola. Both films take place before the events of the Hellboy and contains Sword of Storms and Blood and Iron, received the signature of Mike Mignola and Guillermo del Toro Both films were re-released as a double feature on April 12, 2019. The Black Wedding (80 pages, January 2007, ISBN 1-59307-70) contains: "The Black Wedding" (written by Jim Pascoe with art by Rick Lacy). Pyramid of Death" (written by Tad Stones with art by Fabio Laguna). Judgment Bell (80 pages, June 2007

Hellboy Animated: The Black Wedding.

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For his work on "Hellboy Animated: The Black Wedding," Lacy was assisted by inker Jose Marzan Jr. in developing a style that captured the animation feel of the movies, but at the same time paid homage to Hellboy's original four color origins. We were super tight with the deadline on 'Black Wedding' and there was no way I'd be able to do pencils and inks myself," Lacy stated. So we invited Jose over from 'Y the Last Man' to give us a hand.

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The Hellboy saga begins-with over 300 pages drawn by Mignola! .

The story jumps from Hellboy's mysterious World War II origin to his 1994 confrontation with the man who summoned him to earth, and the earliest signs of the plague of frogs. This 368-page volume covers Hellboy's adventures from 1994 to 1997, reprinting Seed of Destruction, Wake the Devil, and "Wolves of St August," "The Chained Coffin," and "Almost Colossus," from The Chained Coffin and The Right Hand of Doom.

In the lead feature, "The Black Wedding," written by Jim Pascoe (Kim Possible, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and drawn by Rick Lacy (Venture Brothers), Liz Sherman is kidnapped by an ancient cult, dragging the entire Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense into a horrifying tale of witchcraft and possession. Hellboy Animated co-creator Tad Stones and Fabio Laguna (X-Men Unlimited) team up in "Pyramid of Death," in which radio hero Lobster Johnson inspires a young Hellboy to inflict some imaginary justice of his own.

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Hellboy Animated: The Black Wedding is the first graphic novel based on the Animated Hellboy. While maintaining much of the canon of Mike Mignola's comic series, the books based on the animated version are really there own universe, even so far as making Hellboy purposely look different than the Mignola version. This book contains one long story, "the Black Wedding" as well as a shorter tale.

In the Black Wedding, Hellboy, Abe, and Agent Ecton are out to stop the witch Alexisa from using Liz Sherman as the black bride to summon a powerful demon. They battle hordes of creatures like bell worms to stop the ceremony before it can be completed.

"Pyramid of Death" is a tale from Hellboy's past when he was just a little demon who loved watching his favorite hero Lobster Johnson on TV. The junior Hellboy soon finds himself squaring off against a mad scientist and his goons...or does he? A rather amusing tale!

I truly enjoyed the art on both stories. Rick Lacy and Fabio Laguna captured the look of Hellboy animated right on the page. The cartoony style is perfectly suited for these lighter tales, as opposed to Mignola's grittier look. Not a must-have for Hellboy fans since it's outside of normal continuity but still a fun read.

Reviewed by Tim Janson
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Dangit! I just recieved Hellboy The Black Wedding today-I opened it just a tad-and the spine cracks and pages start falling out! The book isn't even mine-it's my 13 year old daughters-I can tell you she isn't happy!

As for the story, it's okay for kid my girls age. As for the artwork-some of it's really good-some if it-all I can say is it could be better!

I really wish I could give ths book a better rating,it would deserve the 3 stars rating I gave it regarding the art-but since it started falling apart the second I opened it-it doesn't even deserve a 2. Even a paper comic version would hold up better than this thing.

You have 2 very dissapointed Hellboy fangirls here!
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I remain a large fan of the illustrated Hellboy material out, including the animated films, which this book's style is based on. However, I feel that the quality presented here is just too low to really add much to the Hellboy story. The art is very "sketchy", the panel transition is not quite smooth, and I often found myself having a little trouble following the plot, which is bad because it's a very simple plot. This product seems rushed and is not essential for anyone concerned with keeping up with Hellboy.