Hellboy Weird Tales #8
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Hellboy Weird Tales #8

Writer: Kia Asamiya, John Cassaday, Evan Dorkin, Jill Thompson, Akira Yoshida Artist: Kia Asamiya, John Cassaday, Evan Dorkin, Jill Thompson Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: April 14, 2004 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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This award-winning lineup of creators present their takes on our favorite paranormal investigator's entanglements with a monstrous toy company, WWII fighter pilots, and a skeleton casting call. Featuring a pin-up by Gary Fields. On the heels of the Hellboy film premiere, Hellboy: Weird Tales #8 is the conclusion to the hugely successful series.

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    Comics Bulletin - Paul Dale Roberts Apr 24, 2004

    The second story in which Sasaki-San reunites with Hellboy was splendid too! Hellboy deals with all kinds of paranormal activities, but this one was unusual, because he has to deal with restless children ghosts. Hellboy cracked me up, when he seems somewhat reluctant and mentions that he has to deal with immature apparations. Imamature apparations that take on the form of Sailor Moon, Transformers and Godzilla! I never saw that one coming! Then I like the homage to the movie "Poltergeist" as Hellboy says...'they're here!" I am doing a Hellboy Special with my newsletter the Peoples' Comic Book Newsletter and I will mail Dark Horse Comics a copy. I think you will love some of the artwork in this issue! It's our way to pay homage to the great big red one! Also, thank Hellboy for making me a reserve member of the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense! The story "Toy Soldier" in which chidren ghosts are after toys, was a fascinating read!! Read Full Review

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