If you've never read a Hellboy story before, this is your sort of book. Both the lead and back-up require almost no prior knowledge of the character and there's the gorgeous Richard Corben art. Both stories seem constructed to work with Corben's strengths as an artist and, at 70, the man can draws a fantastic comic page. Read Full Review
The second story isn't as good as the first. In the "House of Sebek" Hellboy is almost a mere spectator for the eerie Egyptian events. The quality of Corben's illustration and Stewart's colors match those seen in the previous story, but Hellboy simply doesn't participate enough. Had the second story been as exciting and quirky as the first, I probably would have given Hellboy: Double-Feature a perfect score. As is, it earns four bullets. Read Full Review
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