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    I'm hoping to buy it at my LCS in a couple hours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy View Post
    Anyone know if a digital version will come out next week as well?
    Unfortunately, it appears not.

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    Well I thought this was pretty terrific. Even the several pages of exposition from the antagonist. They did that part very well, I thought.

    The art was excellent, and Stewart did a great job of coloring the art without overpowering the delicate line work.

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    Surprised at how uneven the reviews seem for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joker View Post
    Surprised at how uneven the reviews seem for this.
    Yeah, me too. I loved it.

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    I think it's just taste.

    I saw one that said Mignola and Gianni have been excellent on their recent Hellboy books, so clearly not someone who's opinion I'm worried about.

    Another said the ending was an awful cop out. I didn't think so at all. I thought it fit the story.

    I thought this was a fun short story, that didn't need to be anything more than what it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joker View Post
    I think it's just taste.

    I saw one that said Mignola and Gianni have been excellent on their recent Hellboy books, so clearly not someone who's opinion I'm worried about.

    Another said the ending was an awful cop out. I didn't think so at all. I thought it fit the story.

    I thought this was a fun short story, that didn't need to be anything more than what it was.
    I think it has to do with not only knowing Hellboy but also the works that informed them, in this case William Hope Hodgson whose supernatural stories are heavy on mood but short on answers.

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    Well that's what I'm saying. I thought it fit the story, given its points of inspiration.

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