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Mike Mignola

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Hellboy Creator Mike Mignola’s Concept Art For Disney’s Atlantis Looks About Like You Think It Will

Shadows! Shadows everywhere! Giant, vaguely steampunk-y bugs! A really big, really cool coat! I would watch a movie that looked like this.

(via io9)

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Mike Mignola Draws Mouse Guard

Mouse Guard: The Black Axe #6 will be released by Archaia next week and will feature a special pin-up by Hellboy’s Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart. (via The Beat

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Skelton Crew Studio Grabs Mike Mignola’s Hellboy License To Create Awesome Props!

Just in time for the apocalypse, some tools to stop that kind of thing from happening. Skelton Crew Studio, the folks who have been producing amazing replicas of the keys from Joe Hill’s IDW horror series Locke & Key, the recent Chew project, and the just announced Mouse Guard line, have acquires the rights to Mike Mignola’s Hellboy. Specifically to create the “Artifact Archive Collection.” Above are the first prototypes of Bog Roosh’s Nail, Bishop Zrinyi’s Button and the Elf Shot. “I’m approaching these as pieces that would have been in the pouches of Hellboy’s belt orpicked up in B.P.R.D. members’ travels,” said Israel Skelton, owner of Skelton Crew Studio.“The possibilities are almost endless and so awesome.” Mignola himself said he’s “very excited” about the project. Expect to be able to purchase the finished props winter of 2013 and check out all of Skelton Crew Studio’s products here.

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Today in Awesome

Ron Perlman Dons His Hellboy Costume For Make-A-Wish, Adorable Things Happen

We aren’t likely to see a Hellboy 3 anytime soon considering comic writer Mike Mignola has ruled it out and star Ron Perlman has said about the same, but that didn’t stop Big Red from making an appearance for a special cause. Perlman joined the Make-A-Wish Foundation and design/effects firm Spectral Motion to make one six-year-old’s dream come true. Not only did he get to meet Hellboy, he was transformed into mini-Hellboy himself! Check out how it all went down.

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5 Geeky Beach Reads For This Summer

Not that reading should ever be relegated only to the beach or summer vacations, but here are a few suggestions of perfect popcorn books that’ll provide a good dose of escape, adventure and romance for the hot season.

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