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    Mignolaversity Exclusive Forecast: November 2016 Solicitations

    By | August 11th, 2016
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    This just in, the solicitations for Mignola titles coming out in November 2016. Plus, we’ll also cover all the Mignolaverse-related news from the last month. But first, let’s start with the solicitations…

    Rise of the Black Flame #3 (cover)
    “Rise of the Black Flame” #3 (of 5)

    Written by Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson
    Illustrated by Christopher Mitten
    Colored by Dave Stewart
    Cover by Laurence Campbell

    On sale November 2, 2016

    In an ancient temple lost deep in the jungle, the heroes find proof of the rumored human sacrifices and answers about the Cult of the Black Flame.

    B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #147: Cometh the Hour – Part 5 (cover)
    “B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth” #147
    ‘Cometh the Hour’ Part 5 (of 5)

    Written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Illustrated by Laurence Campbell
    Colored by Dave Stewart
    Cover by Duncan Fegredo

    On sale November 16, 2016

    Liz Sherman blew up the center of the earth to stop the spread of the frog men with which the Black Flame planned to overrun the world. Although she killed that Black Flame, the devastation Liz wrought brought about a new Black Flame and a more terrifying worldwide wave of monsters. Facing an uncertain future, the BPRD count up their casualties as Hell on Earth comes to a close.

    “Hellboy
    “Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1954” #3
    ‘The Unreasoning Beast’

    Written by Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson
    Illustrated by Patric Reynolds
    Colored by Dave Stewart
    Cover by Mike Huddleston

    On sale November 23, 2016

    An unusual ghost hunt leads Hellboy to a spectral monkey with a message for a grieving family.

    Joe Golem artist Patric Reynolds draws Hellboy!

    “If you’re bringing one monster home this Halloween, make it Hellboy.” —Following the Nerd

    Witchfinder: City of the Dead #4 (cover)
    “Witchfinder: City of the Dead” #4 (of 5)

    Written by Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson
    Illustrated by Ben Stenbeck
    Colored by Michelle Madsen
    Cover by Julián Totino Tedesco

    On sale November 30, 2016

    When an old enemy emerges as the ringleader of the risen dead, Sir Edward Grey appeals to a higher power of his own to fight back.

    And there’s also a trade paperback collection of “Abe Sapien” coming in January…

    Abe Sapien – Volume 8: The Desolate Shore (cover)
    “Abe Sapien” – Volume 8
    ‘The Desolate Shore’

    Written by Mike Mignola and Scott Allie
    Illustrated by Max Fiumara and Sebastián Fiumara
    Colored by Dave Stewart
    Cover by Max Fiumara and Sebastián Fiumara

    On sale January 18, 2016

    Abe Sapien’s “Dark and Terrible” story reaches its finale, and the answers Abe uncovers about his own existence reveal some of the biggest secrets of the Hellboy saga.

    AWOL from the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense for more than a year, Abe travels to two lost kingdoms before returning to America. There he’ll confront the most nightmarish version of the fate he’s run from all along, as well as the necromancer who sees Abe as a means to control the end of mankind. Collects issues #32–#36.

    OK, that’s it for solicitations. On to the news!

    • If you’re familiar with the work of Gary Gianni, then you’re going to be excited about this, and if you aren’t familiar, then you are in for a treat. Next May, “Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea” comes out. Like “Hellboy: The Midnight Circus” and “Hellboy: House of the Living Dead” before it, this book will be released as a hardcover graphic novel. Illustrated by Gary Gianni (“The MonsterMen”) and set shortly after 2005’s “Hellboy: The Island,” this maritime adventure looks truly incredible. You can read all about it here. (I knew this image was teasing something!)

    Continued below

    Chris Roberson spoke to The Beat about the upcoming “Witchfinder: City of the Dead” and “Rise of the Black Flame” miniseries. There’s also a few preview pages for those craving an early look.

    And John Arcudi spoke to The Beat about “Lobster Johnson” and “B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth.”

    Skelton Crew Studios has another item from their B.P.R.D. Artifact Archive on the way: Saint Dunstan’s Key (as seen in “Hellboy: Box Full of Evil”). Pre-orders are open until September 13. This piece is a limited edition run.

    • If you missed “Joe Golem, Occult Detective” in singles, you can check out the first issue at Crave Online. The hardcover collection came out last month.

    • Likewise, if you missed “Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1953—Beyond the Fences,” the first issue can be read on Polygon. The trade collection came out last week.

    • “B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth” and “Witchfinder” artist Tyler Crook is doing commissions.

    Loot Crate’s August theme is anti-heroes and there’s something in there to do with Hellboy. I’ve no idea what, of course.

    The Art of Mike Mignola has revamped their website and has a few new items in their online store.

    • Duncan Fegredo was at the London Film & Comic Con last month drawing Hellboy…

    Duncan Fegredo's LFCC Hellboy drawings

    • Tonci Zonjic has updated his website. There’s some cool behind-the-scenes pieces from “Lobster Johnson: Metal Monsters of Midtown”. Also, check out this!

    Robot arm

    • And “Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1954—The Black Sun” artist Stephen Green drew this awesome Agent Howards piece for a commission.

    Stephen Green's Agent Howards


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