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Number 1 the Abe Sapien Series.

A century ago, paranormal investigator Edward Grey fought and destroyed a powerful warlock off the island of Saint Sebastian. In the early 1980s, the B.P.R.D.'s newest agent was sent to retrieve the warlock's remains. But Abe Sapien is ill prepared for the supernatural forces that block his way. Written by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, and featuring the haunting art of Jason Shawn Alexander (Damn Nation, The Secret, The Escapists), Abe Sapien: The Drowning's the story of Hellboy and B.P.R.D. mainstay Abe Sapien's first solo adventure.

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More Abe Please 0

Abe Sapien is a charachter I first liked when I saw him in the first Hellboy movie. His character as I know of this has no idea where or who or what he is. He however, loves and is quite intellectual. I picked this up at my local comic shop when it first came out. Story starts out as a guy attacks some weirdos on a boat. He steal as I see it a knife. He then does some ritual that looks like could be in almost any other Hellboy or BPRD book. We then head off to the Bureau and Paranormal Research ...

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Quality writing and beautiful art 0

This is all you need will ever need in a comic book. This is what a good comic book should be! Mignola cares about the characters he created, so you can bet that every work he produces about them is top notch because he knows that it will stay in the HellBoy canon.The writing is superb (this is my first Mignola reading) and the art is beautiful - the pacing and the use of frames is very creative and contributes to the sense of mystery and danger. Characters make justified cameos, names are dropp...

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