Mike Mignola has said goodbye to his most famous creation (at least for now). Today, the final issue of Hellboy in Hell was released, and there’s no last triumph among its pages, no final gruelling battle. It simply ends. In an age of high-spectacle comic books, shocking events, and massive scale, there’s something…
Mike Mignola gave us Hellboy, so it’s probably not surprising that he’s designed a totally bizarre new monster, which you can glimpse above. But what the hell is it? That’s an excellent question, since it’s on the cover of a new anthology called What the #@&% Is That?
When Mike Mignola first imagined Hellboy nearly 25 years ago, the demon was a little bit different to what we now know as the iconic character. But now Mondo are taking that original artwork and turning it into an awesome figure — one that looks just like the original artwork.
Since it was established in 2000, the non-profit organization The Hero Initiative has been raising money to help comic creators in times of need — and their latest charity drive could net you some spectacular Hellboy art, as well as highlight a needy cause.
The legendary Mike Mignola returns to pen a new miniseries, but that's not all this week's latest comics have to offer. There's time travelling shenanigans from Mark Millar, an intriguing new Image series about the fall of a space empire, and a graphic novel about the crew behind a Super Sentai robot. Comics!
There are tons of plans for Comic Books out there that never came to fruition, but this certainly stands as one of the strangest to come to light - An official adaptation of Final Fantasy IV (first released as Final Fantasy II in the US) from Kurt Busiek, Del Barras and Mike Mignola.
To create a mythic look to for the ancient sunken city and the Jules Verne-esque technology in Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Disney turned to Hellboy creator Mike Mignola to work on the film's production design.
On Saturday, March 22nd, Mike Mignola's Hellboy will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the publication of his first comic with celebratory events in comic stores around the world and a massive collection of Mignola's artwork, titled Hellboy: The First 20 Years. We asked the artist to pick his favorite 10 pieces, and…
As you may have heard through the grapevine, Hellboy experienced a mortality deficit last year and is currently stuck in his, ahem, "ancestral homeland." The upcoming comic series Hellboy in Hell will detail Hellboy's journey to the underworld, and his creator Mike Mignola will be along for the ride.
Hellboy's been in a rough patch lately. It was only in last year's miniseries The Fury that one of Big Red's supernatural nemeses tore out his heart and killed him. Now that Hellboy's dead, his final destination should be pretty obvious.
If I happened to be an adolescent Oregonian, my head would be exploding right now. For Summer 2012, Dark Horse Comics and Mike Mignola have collaborated with a wilderness training organization to offer a Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense camp for kids 9-17.
io9 recently had the chance to catch up with the one and only Mike Mignola and get the scoop on all things Hellboy. The prolific comic creator told us the secrets of Big Red's wrestling match with Frankenstein's Monster, why he can't watch The Amazing Screw-On Head TV show, and what to expect from 2012's big Hellboy…
If you happen to be at Comic-Con, you may have noticed a groovy little lounge across the street named Tr!ckster. Indeed, some of the comic industry's finest talent like Paul Pope and Bill Sienkiewicz have been dropping by for some respite from the crowds. We talked with Tr!ckster co-founder Scott Morse about the…
In tomorrow's new comics, the God of Fear rises to wage war on the entire Marvel universe, Hellboy travels back to the 1970s, Batman faces two of the DC universe's heaviest hitters, and a classic John Constantine story returns.
What tales were ensconced between the pages of 2010's best comics? Stories about psychic drugs, lunatic orcs, a lost Norse god, and a certain Toronto boy with relationship troubles.
Wednesday's comic round-up gives us Richard Corben drawing Hellboy, some newly reprinted 2000 AD work from Gorillaz maven Jamie Hewlett, and the Scott Pilgrim boxed set. A motley crew if ever there was one!
Nobody is better at playing bizarre creatures of the imagination than Doug Jones, who's probably Guillermo del Toro's most frequent collaborator. We asked Jones the secret of bringing creatures to life, and whether we'll ever see Hellboy's Abe Sapien again.
Here's an exclusive preview from The Amazing Screw-On Head and Other Curious Objects, a hardcover collection of phantasmagorical comics by Mike Mignola. Here's "The Magician and The Snake," an Eisner Award-winning tale by Mignola and his then-seven-year-old daughter Katie.
Not everybody is sad that Guillermo Del Toro isn't going to be directing The Hobbit after all. Lauren Panepinto, creative director at Orbit Books and Yen Press, explains why she had misgivings about a Pan's Labyrinth-style Hobbit.