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War ensues between the forces of good and evil as Hellboy finally confronts the Queen of Blood one on one, setting the stage for a new chapter in Hellboy’s life!

* Mike Mignola and Duncan Fegredo conclude an epic collaboration that began in 2007’s Darkness Calls!

* Hellboy faces his demons!

“Once The Fury hits the shelves… $#!T. IS. GOING. TO. GO. DOWN.” – Comic Impact

Writer: Mike Mignola
Artist: Duncan Fegredo
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Cover: Mike Mignola

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 2.3%


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  1. I’m going to need me the Francesco Francavilla variant cover…

  2. I’m VERY excited about this one.

  3. So…………… it cool to read this mini without reading anything prior to it?

  4. @bigben2012  I would say that Hellboy is meant to just dive right in with most first issues. That said, this is really the second part of The Storm (a 3-parter just prior to this).

    This story wraps up a trilogy that started with Darkness Calls and the Wild Hunt (both tpbs out now). The Storm and the Fury were split into 2 separate 3-issue arcs to allow the artist a break (I believe). This is Fegredo’s last work on the current run (he may do shorter stories like Corben that follow past exploits). Mignola returns after this!! That would be a fantastic time to jump in noobs.

  5. @RolandofGilead   Oh…………………. Maybe I’ll just sit this one out then.

  6. I hope this is all worth it. Cause the last two mini’s have been absolute boring as hell.

  7. I have high hopes. It’s Hellboy, though, so you know it can’t be bad.

  8. I just read the BPRD hardcover over the weekend, and I think it might be time for me to jump on into the Hellboy universe. 

  9. I hope half of this issue isn’t devoted to catch up like the last mini. These are so short and slow paced as it is, we need all panels chugging the plot along. I’m excited to see where this goes though.

  10. Wow the art in this issue was SO good! Dave Stewart’s colors were also amazing as always, such a beautiful book.

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