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By | April 12th, 2022
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Welcome to Mignolaversity, Multiversity Comics’ dedicated column for all things Mike Mignola. Today, we’re taking a look at all the Mike Mignola books in Dark Horse Comics’ July 2022 solicitations. Thanks to Dark Horse Comics, we’ve got covers from Matt Smith, Tonci Zonjic, Sebastián Fiumara, Márk László, and Mike Mignola to show off. Check ’em out below.


Variant cover by Tonci Zonjic

Written by Mike Mignola and Thomas Sniegoski
Illustrated by Craig Rousseau
Colored by Chris O’Halloran
Lettered by Clem Robins

On sale July 13, 2022
Full color, 32 pages

Returned from their adventures on a secret island, Hellboy and the Professor move with the B.P.R.D. from New Mexico to Connecticut. The relocation is tough on Hellboy: is he just homesick, or have scrambled memories from the island gripped the supernatural whippersnapper? Meanwhile, word of Hellboy’s survival has also reached an unknown enemy, who failed to kill him once before but is determined not be foiled again . . .

It’s a roaring start to the second Young Hellboy series, from Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and cowriter Thomas Sniegoski, with art by Craig Rousseau and colors by Chris O’Halloran.

Mark Tweedale: C’mon, there was no way Mignola was ever just going to stop at one “Young Hellboy” story, and it’s great that both Thomas Sniegoski and Chris O’Halloran are back for more, giving them a chance to build on what they’ve already established. Hell, even cover artist Matt Smith is back. And as a bonus we have Tonci Zonjic doing a variant cover—he’s a Hellboy Universe veteran, but he rarely gets to draw Hellboy, let alone young Hellboy, so this is an extra special treat. If you missed yesterday’s announcement, check it out over at Superhero Hype.


Variant cover by Mike Mignola
with colors by Dave Stewart

Written by Mike Mignola
Illustrated by Márk László
Colored by Dave Stewart
Lettered by Clem Robins

On sale July 20, 2022
Full color, 32 pages

When Hellboy accidentally left eclectic academic Lajos in a ghostly version of Budapest in “The Miser’s Gift,” he didn’t realize how far-reaching the consequences would be! As timelines get crossed, reality starts to crumble and Hellboy must return to the ghostly city to recover Lajos before it’s too late.

Mike Mignola and Márk László, along with colorist Dave Stewart, return with an explosive one-shot to continue the story they began in “The Miser’s Gift,” part of the Hellboy Winter Special from January 2020.

Mark: If, like me, you felt bad about the professor stranded at the end of ‘The Miser’s Gift,’ then you’re bound to be happy about this upcoming one-shot. Of course, even if that weren’t the case you’d have reason to by happy, as the original short story from Mike Mignola and Márk László was so beautifully drawn—it’s a treat to revisit László’s version of Budapest again. For the full announcement, swing by Bloody Disgusting.

From ‘The Miser’s Gift’


Written by Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson
Illustrated by Andrea Mutti
Colored by Lee Loughridge
Lettered by Clem Robins

On sale July 27, 2022
Full color, 32 pages

Simon and Honora discover first-hand the otherworldly nature of Noxton’s standing stones and their tragic history. As they unravel the mystery, a local secret bred from otherworldly influence giving way to misguided faith—and the horror it’s resulted in—becomes clear.

Longtime Hellboy writer Chris Roberson brings you the final chapter of the new Mignolaverse series, featuring acclaimed artist Andrea Mutti, and colors by Lee Loughridge.

Mark: The first issue of this new series is only a few weeks away now. Until then, I’d best keeps my lips sealed.

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Mark Tweedale

Mark writes Haunted Trails, The Harrow County Observer, The Damned Speakeasy, and a bunch of stuff for Mignolaversity. An animator and an eternal Tintin fan, he spends his free time reading comics, listening to film scores, watching far too many video essays, and consuming the finest dark chocolates. You can find him on Twitter @MarkTweedale.


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