Hellboy: Masks and Monsters ePUB Ü Hellboy: Masks

Hellboy: Masks and Monsters ePUB Ü Hellboy: Masks

Hellboy: Masks and Monsters [PDF] ✎ Hellboy: Masks and Monsters By Mike Mignola – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Batman se enfrenta a unos nazis dotados de poderes místicos para capturar al Starman original Ted Knight Ante esta amenaza Gordon envía a Hellboy para ue ayude a BatmanNote this story is collected i Batman se enfrenta a unos nazis dotados de poderes místicos para capturar al Starman original Ted Knight Ante esta amenaza Gordon envía a Hellboy para ue ayude a BatmanNote this story is collected in English in Hellboy Masks and Monsters and Starman Omnibus .


10 thoughts on “Hellboy: Masks and Monsters

  1. Chad Chad says:

    James Robinson creator of 90's Starman and Mike Mignola creator of Hellboy team up for a fantastic crossover Hellboy comes to Gotham to help out Batman with some Nazis The Nazis capture the Golden Age Starman and the 90's Starman shows up to go save his dad with Hellboy when Batman gets called away Mignola draws a great Batman and Joker


  2. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    Hellboy Masks and Monsters is a reissue of two brief runs of comics Mike Mignola was involved with in the late `90s The first teams Hellboy up with Batman and Starman in a mystery that begins in Gotham and takes them to the jungles of South America to fight off Nazis and a Lovecraftian horror The second has Hellboy go up against the Ghost and a mysterious figure in a maskThe first story is cool if only to see Hellboy and Batman fighting side by side but Batman feels ultimately under used and is all too uickly taken away and replaced with the lesser known character Starman For Mignola it's a familiar story with Nazis up to no good resurrecting some unholy terror to carry out some mad plan of Hitler's so we see Hellboy smash his way through the usual line up of baddies until dispatching the inevitable ghoulie at the endThe second story has Ghost inadvertently sending herself and Hellboy to an alternative dimension Mignola this time scripts it and hands over drawing duties to another artist It's not a bad story but if you're unfamiliar with Ghost then her motives in this story will seem confusing and might be difficult to followMasks and Monsters is an interesting reprint of some obscure comics Mignola did once upon time and a lot of new fans might find it enjoyable Not the best book to start with if you're interested in discovering what Mike Mignola is all about but it has its moments


  3. Sesana Sesana says:

    I remember reading the BatmanHellboyStarman crossover when I was going through the Starman omnibus collections It's in The Starman Omnibus Vol 4 I liked it ok then and so now that I'm actually familiar with Hellboy I got the feeling from this crossover that it was done because it was a cool idea than to sell comics The Ghost crossover was also pretty decent I would have probably liked it a whole lot if I knew anything about this version of the Ghost but I came in clueless But again it's a pretty good story Not the best of Hellboy by any means and very skippable but still good enough to read


  4. Garrett Garrett says:

    The first half of the first story with Batman was really good but the second story really sucked Ghost is one of those superheroes that I have never really liked


  5. Brandon St Mark Brandon St Mark says:

    I don't really know much about the Ghost but I enjoyed her half of the book The BatmanStarman half however was pretty great If you don't like crossovers this probably isn't the book for you but I think it's a fun read for any Hellboy fan


  6. أحمد أحمد says:

    I liked the Lovecraft referencesI LOVED the art of MignolaI didn't like the writingBut I think I'll try some Hellboy for Mignola's sake


  7. Craig Craig says:

    A pair of terrific team ups In the first one HB joins with Batman and Starman in facing off the Joker Nazis in South America and an eldritch cosmic nasty straight out of Lovecraft The second one is fun too and features Ghost Great art throughout and engaging stories Good stuff


  8. Willow Redd Willow Redd says:

    I have always been a fan of the crossover especially when it's done for the sake of storytelling and not a marketing scheme although sometimes the storytelling in those situations can still stand above the marketing The crossovers in this collection don't seem to be for any other reason than the writers wanted to see these characters interact and that's what I loveFirst up we have Hellboy teaming up with Batman and Starman when a group of Neo Nazis kidnap Ted Knight the original Starman to summon an Elder God Dig seeing these characters work together while dealing with their differences the conversation between Bats and HB is one of my favorite pieces of dialogue Also seeing Batman and the Joker drawn by Mignola was absolutely fantasticThen we have a story in which Hellboy meets the Ghost a character from Dark Horse's run at creating a superhero universe It didn't really stick but characters like Ghost and Barb Wire should have stuck around I liked them Seeing Ghost and Hellboy duke it out due to some events that started back in 1939 and a manipulated misunderstanding was a great premise and well done Also this was apparently the first time someone other than Mignola had drawn Hellboy in a full story and I have to say I thought they did a good jobGood collection Nice mix of Hellboy's supernatural kookiness with some standard super heroics but still retaining the pulp sensibilities that makes Hellboy what he is


  9. BleedersDigest BleedersDigest says:

    For some occult reason crossovers tend to be lazy This is far from an exceptionMignola’s art saves a bit of the experience but his writing is usually rooted in researched folklore In contrast Robinson slaps the most superficial characteristics from Batman and Hellboy lore together for this I know very little about Starman outside of these two issue so I can only assume that he wasn’t done much justice eitherTalking about justice I recommend you watchplay Injustice 2 if you want Batman and Hellboy to exchange some actually entertaining banter


  10. Orrin Grey Orrin Grey says:

    Two older stories that see Hellboy crossing over with traditional costumed heroes one drawn by Mignola but not written by him and one written by him but not drawn by him Neither of them are as much to my tastes as the typical straightforward Hellboy story but both have good stuff going onI'm really glad that they colored the spine of this one to match the Hellboy Weird Tales volumes to show that these stories are outside Hellboy canon


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10 thoughts on “Hellboy: Masks and Monsters

  1. Chad Chad says:

    James Robinson creator of 90's Starman and Mike Mignola creator of Hellboy team up for a fantastic crossover Hellboy comes to Gotham to help out Batman with some Nazis The Nazis capture the Golden Age Starman and the 90's Starman shows up to go save his dad with Hellboy when Batman gets called away Mignola draws a great Batman and Joker

  2. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    Hellboy Masks and Monsters is a reissue of two brief runs of comics Mike Mignola was involved with in the late `90s The first teams Hellboy up with Batman and Starman in a mystery that begins in Gotham and takes them to the jungles of South America to fight off Nazis and a Lovecraftian horror The second has Hellboy go up against the Ghost and a mysterious figure in a maskThe first story is cool if only to see Hellboy and Batman fighting side by side but Batman feels ultimately under used and is all too uickly taken away and replaced with the lesser known character Starman For Mignola it's a familiar story with Nazis up to no good resurrecting some unholy terror to carry out some mad plan of Hitler's so we see Hellboy smash his way through the usual line up of baddies until dispatching the inevitable ghoulie at the endThe second story has Ghost inadvertently sending herself and Hellboy to an alternative dimension Mignola this time scripts it and hands over drawing duties to another artist It's not a bad story but if you're unfamiliar with Ghost then her motives in this story will seem confusing and might be difficult to followMasks and Monsters is an interesting reprint of some obscure comics Mignola did once upon time and a lot of new fans might find it enjoyable Not the best book to start with if you're interested in discovering what Mike Mignola is all about but it has its moments

  3. Sesana Sesana says:

    I remember reading the BatmanHellboyStarman crossover when I was going through the Starman omnibus collections It's in The Starman Omnibus Vol 4 I liked it ok then and so now that I'm actually familiar with Hellboy I got the feeling from this crossover that it was done because it was a cool idea than to sell comics The Ghost crossover was also pretty decent I would have probably liked it a whole lot if I knew anything about this version of the Ghost but I came in clueless But again it's a pretty good story Not the best of Hellboy by any means and very skippable but still good enough to read

  4. Garrett Garrett says:

    The first half of the first story with Batman was really good but the second story really sucked Ghost is one of those superheroes that I have never really liked

  5. Brandon St Mark Brandon St Mark says:

    I don't really know much about the Ghost but I enjoyed her half of the book The BatmanStarman half however was pretty great If you don't like crossovers this probably isn't the book for you but I think it's a fun read for any Hellboy fan

  6. أحمد أحمد says:

    I liked the Lovecraft referencesI LOVED the art of MignolaI didn't like the writingBut I think I'll try some Hellboy for Mignola's sake

  7. Craig Craig says:

    A pair of terrific team ups In the first one HB joins with Batman and Starman in facing off the Joker Nazis in South America and an eldritch cosmic nasty straight out of Lovecraft The second one is fun too and features Ghost Great art throughout and engaging stories Good stuff

  8. Willow Redd Willow Redd says:

    I have always been a fan of the crossover especially when it's done for the sake of storytelling and not a marketing scheme although sometimes the storytelling in those situations can still stand above the marketing The crossovers in this collection don't seem to be for any other reason than the writers wanted to see these characters interact and that's what I loveFirst up we have Hellboy teaming up with Batman and Starman when a group of Neo Nazis kidnap Ted Knight the original Starman to summon an Elder God Dig seeing these characters work together while dealing with their differences the conversation between Bats and HB is one of my favorite pieces of dialogue Also seeing Batman and the Joker drawn by Mignola was absolutely fantasticThen we have a story in which Hellboy meets the Ghost a character from Dark Horse's run at creating a superhero universe It didn't really stick but characters like Ghost and Barb Wire should have stuck around I liked them Seeing Ghost and Hellboy duke it out due to some events that started back in 1939 and a manipulated misunderstanding was a great premise and well done Also this was apparently the first time someone other than Mignola had drawn Hellboy in a full story and I have to say I thought they did a good jobGood collection Nice mix of Hellboy's supernatural kookiness with some standard super heroics but still retaining the pulp sensibilities that makes Hellboy what he is

  9. BleedersDigest BleedersDigest says:

    For some occult reason crossovers tend to be lazy This is far from an exceptionMignola’s art saves a bit of the experience but his writing is usually rooted in researched folklore In contrast Robinson slaps the most superficial characteristics from Batman and Hellboy lore together for this I know very little about Starman outside of these two issue so I can only assume that he wasn’t done much justice eitherTalking about justice I recommend you watchplay Injustice 2 if you want Batman and Hellboy to exchange some actually entertaining banter

  10. Orrin Grey Orrin Grey says:

    Two older stories that see Hellboy crossing over with traditional costumed heroes one drawn by Mignola but not written by him and one written by him but not drawn by him Neither of them are as much to my tastes as the typical straightforward Hellboy story but both have good stuff going onI'm really glad that they colored the spine of this one to match the Hellboy Weird Tales volumes to show that these stories are outside Hellboy canon

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