Russia Goes To Hell and ‘The Storm and the Fury’ Heads to the Library in April [Exclusive]

You know we love our Mignolaverse here at Multiversity, what with our weekly Mignolaversity column, so we figured we could share some extra love this week by kicking it off an exclusive look at two Mignolaverse offerings in April: “BPRD Hell On Earth: A Cold Day In Hell” #2 and the sixth library volume of “Hellboy,” featuring the insanely excellent ‘The Storm’ and ‘The Fury’!

Read on for an exclusive first look at the covers and solicits for the two books.


Mike Mignola (W/Cover), Duncan Fegredo (A), Richard Corben (A), Kevin Nowlan (A/C), Scott Hampton (A), and Dave Stewart (C)

On sale June 12
FC, 376 pages
HC, 9″ x 12″

The oversized Hellboy hardcover series continues, collecting the climactic death of Hellboy storyline from Mike Mignola and Duncan Fegredo, and one-shots by some of the greatest talents in comics! Hellboy Library Volume 6 collects two complete trade-paperbacks: The Storm and the Fury and The Bride of Hell and Others, as well as an extensive selection of previously unreleased art.

– An extensive selection of new sketchbook material.

– A New York Times bestseller!

– Includes the death of Hellboy!

“Every Hellboy story, whether short or long form, contributes to a larger tapestry that is not only entertaining but, as I can personally attest, offers you more bang for your buck in the form of numerous re-reads as the Hellboy saga grows ever larger.” – Comics Alliance


Mike Mignola (W), John Arcudi (W), Peter Snejbjerg (A), Dave Stewart (C), and Dave Johnson (Cover)

On sale Apr 17
FC, 32 pages

Paranormal activity in Russia heats up as demons from Hell participate in the battle against the zombie director of the Russian occult sciences service in order to free a high-ranking devil imprisoned on Earth.

– Peter Snejbjerg (Abe Sapien: The Abyssal Plain, A God Somewhere) returns to the B.P.R.D.!

– Demons cut off from hell grow desperate on Earth!

About The AuthorMatthew MeylikhovOnce upon a time, Matthew Meylikhov became the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Multiversity Comics, where he was known for his beard and fondness for cats. Then he became only one of those things. Now, if you listen really carefully at night, you may still hear from whispers on the wind a faint voice saying, "X-Men Origins: Wolverine is not as bad as everyone says it issss."

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  • Mark Tweedale

    Hopefully there will be a regular trade in the solicitations too. It’s been a while since one’s popped up.

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