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Re:Hellboy e B.P.R.D. - di Mike Mignola 2.0
« Risposta #90 il: 25 Aprile 2016, 19:11:46 »
  • Ragazzi la serie principale di Hellboy si è chiusa col volume 12 e poi inizia Hellboy all'Inferno giusto?

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    « Risposta #91 il: 25 Aprile 2016, 19:16:17 »
  •  :sisi:

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    « Risposta #92 il: 25 Aprile 2016, 19:42:47 »
  • :sisi:
    Perfetto! Perché li sto ordinando tutti in fumetteria.
    Appena termino il recupero dei cofanetti di Big G.T.O. parte il recupero di Hellboy

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    « Risposta #93 il: 26 Aprile 2016, 20:28:04 »
  • :sisi:
    Perfetto! Perché li sto ordinando tutti in fumetteria.
    Appena termino il recupero dei cofanetti di Big G.T.O. parte il recupero di Hellboy

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    fai anche il recupero di B.P.R.D ? 

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    « Risposta #94 il: 26 Aprile 2016, 20:49:34 »
  • :sisi:
    Perfetto! Perché li sto ordinando tutti in fumetteria.
    Appena termino il recupero dei cofanetti di Big G.T.O. parte il recupero di Hellboy

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    fai anche il recupero di B.P.R.D ?
    Non lo so ancora.
    Per ora mi oriento su Hellboy serie principale è speciali inclusi è Hellboy all'Inferno. Poi valuterò

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    « Risposta #95 il: 26 Aprile 2016, 21:14:20 »
  •  :up:  allora aspetto i tuoi commenti alla serie principale!

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    « Risposta #96 il: 26 Aprile 2016, 21:24:35 »
  • Non mancherò :up:
    Non vedo l'ora

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    Re:Hellboy e B.P.R.D. - di Mike Mignola 2.0
    « Risposta #97 il: 28 Aprile 2016, 23:51:01 »


  • Spoiler  :
    The Hellboy formula has never seemed in danger of growing stale, but the 1953 mini-series managed to stand out that much more thanks to their superb visual presentation. Whereas most books rely on familiar faces like Guy Davis and Duncan Fegredo to channel Mike Mignola's distinctive art style, these mini-series seem more interested in letting superstar artists run wild in the Hellboy-verse. This issue in particular is a terrific showcase for Paolo Rivera's storytelling talents. It mostly unfolds as one epic fight scene as Hellboy battles a monster running loose in a quaint suburban setting. River's fluid action and his smooth, organic, almost Rockwellian figure work brings that culture clash to life in a way that might not have been possible with a more traditional Hellboy art style. And despite the action-heavy focus, this issue manages to push the story forward, both in terms of illuminating the secret conspiracy lurking beneath the town's surface and exploring how Hellboy's heroic reputation grew in this formative period in his career. -Jesse

    Final Score:

    9.0/10

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    Re:Hellboy e B.P.R.D. - di Mike Mignola 2.0
    « Risposta #98 il: 23 Maggio 2016, 12:00:27 »
  • Sto (ri)leggendo il secondo Library... avevo dimenticato quanto fossero spettacolari le storielle brevi ambientate negli anni 50-60 tra Russia, Inghilterra, Irlanda ecc, folklore puro proprio.
    P.S Se avete cani in muta, nascondete sti volumi in quel periodo :cry:


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    Re:Hellboy e B.P.R.D. - di Mike Mignola 2.0
    « Risposta #99 il: 23 Maggio 2016, 13:54:51 »
  • Spulciando su internet ho trovato questa ottima guida alla lettura http://boiledleather.com/post/134926449628/the-hellboy-bprd-mignolaverse-reading-order

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    « Risposta #100 il: 26 Maggio 2016, 17:41:09 »
  • Letti i primi due volumi Magic.
    Il primo l'ho trovato abbastanza noioso; il secondo già molto meglio, una trama più interessante, anche se l'ultimo capitolo mi ha un po' deluso.
    Adoro queste atmosfere ma non ancora scocca la scintilla, disegni stupendi però.

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    « Risposta #101 il: 02 Giugno 2016, 01:33:34 »
  • Hellboy in Hell #10

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    After nearly 22 years of spooky and iconic adventures, Mike Mignola hangs up his horns with Hellboy in Hell #10, which gives his titular hero a potent and poetic sendoff. In many ways, this finale feels so appropriate to the way Mignola has always done business, adhering less to traditional narrative structures and instead following his muse, trusting that his moody, angular artwork and sparse but haunting dialogue will suffice to draw readers in.

    And wouldn’t you know it — he’s right.

    Knowing that Mignola is wrapping up his time doing art on his long-running creator-owned character to pursue his passion for painting, it makes Hellboy in Hell — and much of his other works — make so much sense. There’s such a big segment of the comic book reading population that read these books for the sequential narrative, but Mignola’s Hellboy has always been Art with a capital A. Exposition, the idea that every issue is someone’s first, all these rules that comics cling to — and for the most part, rightfully so — Mignola casts aside, and somehow still sticks the landing, as the creatures of Hell largely stand in awe of the larger-than-life Hellboy, as he battles mythological titans like Leviathan and Behemoth.

    Rather than bore us all with extensive recaps or portentous naval-gazing into Hellboy’s sprawling mythology, this issue instead focuses on the sheer spectacle of this conflict, as Mignola uses economic geometry to portray his hero, “a giant striding across the mountains, wrapped in flames.” Aside from one semi-wordy scene involving the hierarchy of Hell, Mignola largely lets his art do the talking for him, and it’s mythic and gorgeous without the need for deep context. Colorist Dave Stewart is Mignola’s true partner-in-crime for this book as well, providing some electrifying contrasts that really shape this book’s style — watching the hot oranges and reds as Hellboy strides from the deep, versus the cool greens, blues and purples of the denizens of Hell, makes for a truly compelling read. Watching Hellboy stand over the ruins of his enemies, awash in purple, only to be lit by one glowing red eye, makes for a quiet but altogether powerful sort of moment.

    But while other writers tend to dig deep into their own continuity to inform characterization, Mignola doesn’t play that game. This is not some sort of grand, sweeping statement on Hellboy or his history — this is a big, powerful moment that’s followed up by a quiet goodbye. There will be a subsection of the readership that won’t get it — and to be fair, 22 years of stories is a lot for anybody beyond a certain generation of readership to catch up on, especially those who cling to the gruff B.P.R.D. foot soldier that made him so famous in the first place — but that’s the beauty of Mignola’s work: You don’t need the backstory to appreciate the gorgeous artwork and funereal tone. Look instead at the brief iconic shots, the silent panels that show a horrifying statue, the black maw of a door that swallows you in, the all-business shot of Hellboy staring at us, puffing a cigarette just pages before fading into eternity. Who cares about continuity when you get to see a master at work?

    Ultimately, Hellboy in Hell is the kind of work that breaks all the rules — or maybe transcends them. Mignola was one of the forerunners of the modern creator-owned comic book movement, and it’s telling that even 22 years later, his style remains powerful and arresting enough to get readers to embrace it just on the sheer virtues of its execution. There are few creators in this business as tapped into their own inner muse as Mignola, and this title ends the same way as it began — as an artistically striking, yet somehow unapologetically personal work.

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    « Risposta #103 il: 03 Giugno 2016, 02:18:01 »
  • Hellboy in Hell #10 (Published by Dark Horse Comics; Review by Justin Partridge; ‘Rama Rating: 10 out of 10):

    The importance and impact of Hellboy on modern comics cannot be overstated. Beginning in 1993 and wrapping up this week after a monumental 22-year run of stories that spawned multiple spin-offs as well as full fledged universe for Dark Horse, Mike Mignola and his wise-cracking demonic lead garnered critical attention and shined a light on indie comic books in a way none had before, inspiring countless creatives with his gothically flavored visuals, dread filled Lovecraftian plots, and an unheard of longevity of narrative that we are unlikely to see again. Hellboy in Hell #10, the culmination of those 22 years, is an epic, yet quiet final to Hellboy’s war in the underworld and one that casts the Right Hand of Doom as both force of nature and mere man. Sparse in exposition, yet filled to bursting with gorgeous vistas of the underworld and silent story progression in the form of richly-colored panels thanks to long time Mignola partner, Dave Stewart. Laser-focused on Hellboy’s final push against the hulking Behemoth and Leviathan, reintroduced with a single deep green panel as a slinking, hissing beast, adding one last bit of that Cthulhu mythos flair that fans have come to love, the writer/artist aided one last time by Stewart deliver a rousing final battle of titans and then gives Hellboy the ending he truly deserves; a quiet return to his adoptive home with the first words he ever heard on this earth echoing in the background. Hellboy in Hell #10 is big, powerful, and a fittingly poignant end for one of comic books' most enduring characters and his prolific creator.
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    « Risposta #104 il: 03 Giugno 2016, 03:23:06 »


  • This comic may well be the final chapter in Mike Mignola's 20+ year Hellboy saga (at least as far as the core saga goes). As depressing as that thought is, Hellboy in Hell #10 is certainly a worthy sendoff for the character. Rather than let this status quo overstay its welcome, Mignola brings a swift, dramatic end to Hellboy's adventures in the underworld. Mignola keeps his iconic hero at a distance in this issue, instead framing the story through the sightless eyes of a lowly demon who witnessed a titanic battle between the worst monsters of Hell. The scope of that battle is immense, and Mignola's Gothic art style does it full justice. This series has been very sparing in its use of color, so seeing colorist Dave Stewart unleash a volley of crimson hues adds to the overall impact. But ultimately, this issue is more focused on the sad nature of this otherworldly realm and the idea that nothing can truly endure in a realm where life and love and happiness simply don't exist. It's a tragic but fitting conclusion to one of the great sagas of the modern comic book industry. -Jesse

    Final Score:

    9.6/10

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