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    Fantastic Member topfueluhl's Avatar
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    The digital version is now available from Dark Horse:

    Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea

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    The character of the woman from the Heliopic Brotherhood was wonderful. I liked seeing both Mike's version of her on the cover, as well as Gianni's version in the story.

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    I finally read the story! Beautiful art and amazing mood... I liked the silent parts at the beginning, Mignolaverse need more of that those days. What do you guys think was the serpent? It definitely wasn't Hecate and in imo wasn't an Ogdru...
    All those short graphic novels until now are really good, I hope we have a Library Edition with them one day.

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    So I have this theory that Hecate is just another herald of Ereshigal. This giant unearthly tentacle could've been a physical manifestation of Ereshigal itself, much like the goddess figure we saw in the recent Black Flame series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerodemon View Post
    So I have this theory that Hecate is just another herald of Ereshigal. This giant unearthly tentacle could've been a physical manifestation of Ereshigal itself, much like the goddess figure we saw in the recent Black Flame series.
    Well, to be honest I had to google Ereshkigal!! Now I'm intrigued and want to read more about it... and your theory make sense!

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    Read it. Average Hellboy story with wonderful art. Now your average Hellboy story is very, very good, maybe not great, but still two notches above, so that is a compliment, not a complaint. But it is Gianni's art that drives the book, and that is great. Especially the pages with the sea monsters attack. And kudus to Stewart on color for letting Gianni's pen work shine through. This book did not disappoint.
    There came a time when the name edhopper died! The final moment came with the fatal release of indescribable power--which tore every post that bore the name edhopper asunder--split it linto a new identity, and filled CBR with the blinding death flash of it's destruction! In the end there was a new user name, spinning slow and barren, clean of all that had gone before, adrift in the fading sounds of binary thunder...THEN----THERE WAS KIRBY101

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    I'm overjoyed with this one.

    A perfect ball of Gianni, of Hope and Hodgson and whatnot. Reeking of rope and tar and salty seamonsterness.

    A new favorite for me for sure. And I yelped at the crumbly oozy bit, such buffity.
    SLINT / Mike Mignola / Walt Whitman / Arthur Louriť / Dr. Pepper

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    If anyone is interested, this is now available digitally on Comixology as well.

    Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea

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    Jeez. It seems I forgot about this one. Just got around to picking it up, and - fantastic! Gianni's art was a perfect fit for the story, and the classical vibes his art exudes just made Hellboy's dry sense of humor stand out more. I was cackling ever time Hellboy said anything!

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