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Hellboy

  1. Sequel Is an Art Show About Those Follow-Up Films We’ll Never See

    No sign of Super Mario Bros. 2.

    My friends, we are never going to see Natalie Portman as a grown hitwoman taking bloody vengeance on the mafia that failed to protect her mentor and guardian the moment he talked about getting out of the game. We're never going to find out what might have happened if the Goblin King returned decades later. And yes, we're probably never going to see a Hellboy III.

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  2. Boy, Do We Wish The “Comic Book Super Drunk Hangout” Beer Existed Right Now

    Because no one ever made superfriends by drinking milk.

    It's been a long week already, and it's only Tuesday. Don't you wish you could pop open an antihero-themed beer named after Lobo or Wolverine and drink all your cares away? (That totally worked for them, right?) But in all seriousness, Butcher Billy's latest graphic design experiment is incredibly apropos to the characters he's working with, who aren't exactly role models but still manage to be everyone's favorite comic characters.

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  3. Guillermo del Toro Describes the Hellboy 3 You’ll Never See & Updates Us on His Disney Haunted Mansion Project

    This man needs a clone.

    Like most creators, Guillermo del Toro likes to talk about the projects he's working on. But unlike most creators, del Toro works on no less than 2500 projects at once.

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  4. Nerdy Knittings: All Your Favorite Nerdy/Horror Characters Made Out of Yarn

    I need to learn to knit now...

    Oxford-based Hannah Simpson sells knitted dolls based on her favorite nerdy and horror movies!

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  5. The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview: Snowpiercer‘s (and Alien‘s, and Hellboy‘s, and The Elephant Man‘s…) John Hurt

    This happened.

    I interview Snowpiercer's John Hurt about director Bong Joon Ho, the Weinstein Company's (attempted, unsuccessful) cuts to the film, Hollywood blockbusters... and Pacific Rim? Brief spoilers are behind a spoiler shield.

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  6. Geeky Pillow Covers – For When You Really Want To Impress Company

    Get In Loser We're Going Shopping

    Claire Weston is the shop owner of Citadel Traders on Etsy, offering a little something to spruce up your abode for when you're entertaining...or not!

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  7. These Pop Culture-Inspired Fashion Designs Are Simply Fabulous, Darling

    eye candy

    Fashion is not my strong suit. As I put this post together, I'm wearing a yoga top and the comfiest pants I own, which I think are ten years old by now. But even I, uncouth peasant that I am, can appreciate the classiness of artist Sara Richard's "Haute Pop" series. How do I begin to pick a favorite? Even bloody lab coats are swank here. Click through for more, and be sure to follow her Tumblr for new designs every Sunday.

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  8. The Cosplay of C2E2 2014!

    Today in Awesome

    Did you get to the Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo this weekend? Well, neither did we. Fortunately, the internet has provided all the C2E2 cosplay that we could ever want to look at. So let's look at it!

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  9. The Mary Sue Interview: Fiona Staples of Saga!

    We try not to brag about how awesome it is to live in New York City, but every year when the Museum of Comics and Comics Art's MoCCA Fest rolls around, it's hard not to. A small con that mostly attracts comics' indie and creator owned scene, it's a great place to get a low crowds (and low stress!) encounter with the creator of your favorite webcomic, comic, or even tumblr comic. I trotted up to the 69th Regiment Armory this weekend and walked away with a couple of short but sweet interviews, and the first with Fiona Staples, artist and co-creator with Brian K. Vaughan of Image Comics' amazing series Saga.

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  10. Part 2: The Mary Sue Discusses Women In Comics With Dark Horse Comics’ Editor In Chief

    The Mary Sue Exclusive

    Yesterday we brought you the first part in our two-part conversation with Dark Horse Comics' Editor in Chief Scott Allie. We discussed their Buffy the Vampire Slayer universe, Tomb Raider, and just some of the phenomenal talent they've got behind them. Today we focus on Greg Rucka, Hellboy, diversity in the industry, and literally judging a book by its cover.

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