mike mignola

I can’t say that I had any fondness for the original Hellboy film that director Guillermo del Toro made, but I thought he picked things up quite a bit for Hellboy II: The Golden Army. It came off a lot less as a studio driven project and showed more of the imagination and scope of something like del Toro’s masterpiece Pan’s Labyrinth. It was enough to make me a fan of the series, and ever since, like a lot of people I’m sure, I’ve been waiting for word about del Toro doing a third. But, we film fans have grown accustomed to waiting for things when it comes to del Toro’s next project. Originally he was scheduled to be the director of The Hobbit, but then scheduling issues took him off of that film. Then we all got excited about him doing monster movie At the Mountains of Madness, but Universal decided they didn’t want to fund the project. Instead, they wanted him to do Pacific Rim, another monster movie about a creature coming out of the Pacific Ocean. But even that project got thrown into question once the horrific earthquakes took place in Japan. It’s beginning to feel like Guillermo del Toro might never direct another film. And now, just in case we were wondering, there’s confirmation of another project that the director will definitely not be doing. Hellboy creator Mike Mignola had some more than discouraging words to say about a possible Hellboy 3 when talking on a […]

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Mike Mignola’s working with Christopher Golden on an adaptation of their novel, “Baltimore, or the Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire,” and we’re hoping it goes into production ASAP.

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Ron Perlman in Hellboy II

We take a look at our favorite quirks of Hellboy.

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Hellboy has a rich comic book history, and as with most great comics characters, there are a lot of really cool collectibles available based on the character and his series. Here’s a look at ten of the best Hellboy and BPRD collectibles.

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