Hellboy Animated Volume 2: The Judgement Bell



In The Judgment Bell, Written By Jim Pascoe Kim Possible, Buffy The Vampire Slayer And Drawn By Rick Lacy Venture Brothers , A Figure From Dr Broom S Past Wreaks Havoc On The Children Of A Small Polish Village And In A Backup Story Written And Drawn By Hellboy Animated Creator Tad Stones, A Young Hellboy Is Once Again Stirred To Heroism By The Radio Adventures Of Lobster Johnson.Hellboy Animated Volume 2: The Judgement Bell

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  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • Hellboy Animated Volume 2: The Judgement Bell
  • Jim Pascoe
  • English
  • 22 October 2018
  • 9781593077990

10 thoughts on “Hellboy Animated Volume 2: The Judgement Bell

  1. says:

    Two Hellboy stories under one cover These are stories done in an animated style, and since Hellboy is one of Dark Horse Comics top properties, it features contributions from its top comic book creators The cover is done by Eric Powell Goon and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola contributes a pin up The stories themselves are done by talent with extensive animation experience The better to capture that animated vibe This book is done in a smaller size than the average trade paperback, I assume the target audience for this release is a much younger demographic than the regular comics reader.The first story The Judgment Bell, which despite the cartoony art, is aimed for older readers because of the blood and violence It features Hellboy, the Professor and Abe Sapien It reads and feels like a Hellboy tale from Mignola, so any regular Hellboy reader can enjoy this tale.The second tale, Mechanical Monsters is a story appropriate for children, but can still be enjoyed by older readers It is snippet in to the life of Hellboy when he was a young boy growing up in a military base and raised by Professor Bruttenholm Like all little boys, Hellboy had a hyperactive imagination while growing up and this often got him into trouble.Though the book is targeted to young readers, only half the conte...

  2. says:

    I liked the story idea, but I wasn t overly appreciative of the artwork I think there could have been prose as well Nice for a quick read.

  3. says:

    Again, not my favorite art style, but still a really fun read I liked the back up feature in this one even I swear, there needs to be a Kid Hellboy canon series.

  4. says:

    it s hard to completely dislike anything involving hellboy because he s such a great character, and this book gets extra points because of the cover by eric powell, but the issue here is that you absolutely shouldn t judge a book by its cover the art inside feels a little sloppy, rushed, and confusing...

  5. says:

    The art flows far smoothly than the previous volume, and the plot doesn t seem as disjointed in places The HellBoy Boy story at the back is a riot I still don t believe it s reached its potential just yet, I can see 1 star missing from a perfect record, but that doesn t matter, because it s still a fun read.Taking a slightly different direction than any other HellBoy media which is Mike Mignola s entire intent, as he wants to see for himself what it would be like for HellBoy or anyone else to take a different path , the Animated Volumes seem to follow the cartoons a little closely.There s low blood content, and amusingly enough, I believe that Mike Mignola s approved stories though not written by him are worth at least a once through.My favorite series for these Animated Volumes is the mini HellBoy BOY comics at the back of each volume Inspired by Lobster Johnson the claw of j...

  6. says:

    This story is about when Hellboy goes on to a big mystery about finding a man s young daughter who is lost with all the other kids due to the monster and curse that the judgement bell had The judgement bell lead all the kids under a huge trap which made Hellboy try to find them As Hellboy keeps looking for them he will need to defeat his enemies to help abe, professor and the c...

  7. says:

    this book was what i felt that was a book that made me want to read nonstop.It was about hellboy and the professor try to find the judgment bell and the way they find a circle and a star in it and in the middle is a stone hand that had the five fingers on...

  8. says:

    Just a fun little snippet type story Reminded me very much of the animated films that were featured on Cartoon Network Hellboy is such a great character that so many authors and artisits interpret and present in a different way It is always fun so see what can happen t...

  9. says:

    Another fun, short and non canonical HB adventure Nothing special, really, but perfectly enjoyable.

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