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Number 33 in the Hellboy series.

In 1956, somewhere in the mountains of West Virginia, Hellboy encounters Tom, a man who in his youth sold his soul to a backwoods demon known as the Crooked Man. Together they travel back into the dark heart of the Appalachian mountains to confront that demon and see if Tom's soul can't be saved. The three-issue series reunites Mignola and legendary horror artist Richard Corben (The Bodyssey, Banner, Punisher: The End, Hellboy: Makoma) in a tale of witchcraft rooted in Appalachian folklore.







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The Crooked Man 1 0

Hellboy is just way too cool. I can't explain that, his expressions and talking...he's just pretty cool.   So I started reading Hellboy comics from this Issue, and it is just great, It's a new plot so you can definitely understand whats going on even if you just started reading. The drawing is really nice, there's a mysterious atmosphere in this one, which just makes it feel great. The plot makes you want to read more, it's thrilling, and this issue ends open - so I'm going to keep reading now '...

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AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME! why aren't you reading this? WHY AREN'T YOU READING THIS!? Mignola has done it again, amazing story so far. Best first issue of a comic since Booster Gold #1. The artwork took a little while to get used to, but I was enthralled by it towards the end. You're still reading this review? Seriously? GO AND BUY THE BOOK. Here's something for you kids who like ruining books for yourself.SPOILER ALERT!This book is insanely awesometastical....

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