Mike Mignola’s version of the world renowned monster returns to the world of Hellboy in August’s Frankenstein: New World by Mignola, Christopher Golden, Thomas Sniegoski, Peter Bergting, Michelle Madsen, and Clem Robins.
The “Crossroads” storyline represented the Hulk’s first banishment (pre-Planet Hulk) at the hands of Doctor Strange, after Bruce Banner’s control of the gamma-irradiated giant begins to slip.
Mignola’s collaborator and artist on what will be hopefully be many more adventures, Greg Hinkle, discusses his introduction to the character, as well as what makes the art on the series so unique in this exclusive interview.
Old Man Whittier is Walta’s first art assignment on a Hellboy comic, which continues the story of the troubled family that Mignola began in 2010’s Hellboy: The Whittier Legacy.
Along with Mignola, the Omnibus contains work by John Arcudi, Tonci Zonjic, Sebastian Fiumara, Kevin Nowlan, Joe Querio, Wilfredo Torres, and Dave Johnson.
Radio Spaceman (which started as a random sketch by Mignola) captures all of the fantastic elements of 1950s sci-fi and monster movies, filtered through a modern Lovercraftian lens.