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Coinciding with the DVD release of the first Hellboy animated film, Hellboy Animated Volume 1: The Black Wedding brings the animated version of the character full circle, to the comics pages, in these two original tales.
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.
With a cover by Jeff Matsuda (producer/art director of Batman) and a pinup by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, this book is the perfect bridge between the comics and cartoon worlds of the World's Greatest Paranormal Detective.