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The long–awaited follow–up to 2009’s The Wild Hunt comes to a terrible crossroads, when Hellboy cuts a deal with the devious Baba Yaga that may secure the survival of mankind, but will change his life forever, and the Queen of Blood discovers that the source of her power has unexpected plans for her.

* Mike Mignola and Duncan Fegredo return with Hellboy: The Storm to follow up on the events of their best-selling saga.

* Next up: The saga concludes in the three-issue series Hellboy: The Fury!

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

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TheNextChampion09/09/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.5
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  1. Something better good happen in this issue, since we got a long wait for ‘The Fury’.

  2. so good. so good. I think i just like the art

  3. I’ve been waiting to pick up all three issues at the same time.  Can’t wait to read this little mini-series all in one!

  4. I don’t have high hopes for big action. Whatever happens in this, its gonna be subtle. Awesome, but subtle

  5. I can’t really justify reading this on an issue to issue basis when nothing really happens. Couldn’t we just get The Storm and the Fury combined into one series? 

  6. @vinh – As much as I love Mignola and Hellboy (some of my all-time favorite comics), I have to agree with you on this. I’ll probably read The Fury in issues but after that I’m going back to trades. I just don’t think this story lends itself to the single issue format very well. I love the atmosphere and mythological allusions in these books, but just can’t remember the minute details about who said what, which creature/mythological character is aligned with who, etc.

  7. Good stuff.  Hellboy has made a colossally important decision.  I can’t wait to see where he goes next.

  8. Sweet. I’ve been waiting for this for a while now. It’s just that after reading this issue I realize how much I miss Mignola’s more compressed storytelling. Now what was the point of Wild Hunt? He just rejects everything that he worked so hard to get in that 8 issue mini. It’s frustrating, but still amazing comics. They just need to stop revisiting every previous detail in each first issue of a miniseries.

  9. I still think we need to see how this plays out in the Fury. I do think Alice is going to hold on to that sword regardless. I really loved the panels of Hellboy coming out of the tavern and walking through the army. The ending with Baba was something else. All sorts of awesome there.

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