Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder, Vol. 4: City of the Dead

Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder, Vol. 4: City of the Dead By Mike Mignola Chris Roberson Ben Stenbeck Julian Totino Tedesco, Sir Edward Grey Witchfinder Vol City of the Dead Flesheating corpses and an ancient temple discovered beneath London lead authorities to call upon Edward Grey Queen Victoria s official occult investigator But the sinister Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra
  • Title: Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder, Vol. 4: City of the Dead
  • Author: Mike Mignola Chris Roberson Ben Stenbeck Julian Totino Tedesco
  • ISBN: 9781506701660
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder, Vol. 4: City of the Dead By Mike Mignola Chris Roberson Ben Stenbeck Julian Totino Tedesco, Flesheating corpses and an ancient temple discovered beneath London lead authorities to call upon Edward Grey, Queen Victoria s official occult investigator But the sinister Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra also has interests in the underground ruins When they ask for Grey s help, he has to wonder if the threat is great enough to team up with a secret society he s sworn to desFlesheating corpses and an ancient temple discovered beneath London lead authorities to call upon Edward Grey, Queen Victoria s official occult investigator But the sinister Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra also has interests in the underground ruins When they ask for Grey s help, he has to wonder if the threat is great enough to team up with a secret society he s sworn to destroy Hellboy creator Mike Mignola teams with his new writing partner Chris Roberson iZombie, Hellboy the BPRD 1953 and his original Witchfinder collaborator Ben Stenbeck Frankenstein Undergound for an occult mystery exploring the darkest corners of London.
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    1. Mike Mignola Chris Roberson Ben Stenbeck Julian Totino Tedesco

      Mike Mignola was born September 16, 1960 in Berkeley, California and grew up in nearby Oakland His fascination with ghosts and monsters began at an early age he doesn t remember why and reading Dracula at age 13 introduced him to Victorian literature and folklore from which he has never recovered.In 1982, hoping to find a way to draw monsters for a living, he moved to New York City and began working for Marvel Comics, first as a very terrible inker and then as an artist on comics like Rocket Raccoon, Alpha Flight and The Hulk By the late 80s he had begun to develop his signature style thin lines, clunky shapes and lots of black and moved onto higher profile commercial projects like Cosmic Odyssey 1988 and Gotham by Gaslight 1989 for DC Comics, and the not so commercial Fafhrd and the Grey Mouser 1990 for Marvel In 1992, he drew the comic book adaptation of the film Bram Stoker s Dracula for Topps Comics.In 1993, Mike moved to Dark Horse comics and created Hellboy, a half demon occult detective who may or may not be the Beast of the Apocalypse While the first story line Seed of Destruction, 1994 was co written by John Byrne, Mike has continued writing the series himself There are, at this moment, 13 Hellboy graphic novel collections with on the way , several spin off titles B.P.R.D Lobster Johnson, Abe Sapien and Witchfinder , three anthologies of prose stories, several novels, two animated films and two live action films staring Ron Perlman Hellboy has earned numerous comic industry awards and is published in a great many countries.Mike also created the award winning comic book The Amazing Screw on Head and has co written two novels Balti, or, the Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire and Joe Golem and the Drowning City with best selling author Christopher Golden.Mike worked very briefly with Francis Ford Coppola on his film Bram Stoker s Dracula 1992 , was a production designer on the Disney film Atlantis The Lost Empire 2001 and was visual consultant to director Guillermo del Toro on Blade II 2002 , Hellboy 2004 and Hellboy II The Golden Army 2008 He lives somewhere in Southern California with his wife, daughter, a lot of books and a cat.

    937 thoughts on “Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder, Vol. 4: City of the Dead”

    1. This was a great Witchfinder mini, with Eddie facing off against the undead, including a foe that will be very familiar to Hellboy readers This actually may be my favourite Witchfinder story to date and that s saying something as this title s generally pretty good The pacing was just about perfect and there was a nice mix of horror and action.Ben Stenbeck s artwork in this was superb aided and abetted by the great Dave Stewart on colours I ve really enjoyed watching Stenbeck grow as an artist fr [...]


    2. Very happy to have Ben Stenbeck back on Witchfinder art duties His work on the first Witchfinder volume remains some of my favorite in the entire Mignolaverse This looks just slightly different, probably because he opted to use grey tone for the artwork, which seems to work well with the Victorian setting This is also a fun story that wraps back in several elements from other Mignolaverse comics, including vampires, Hecate, the Heliopic Brotherhood, and plenty , without spending too much time re [...]


    3. Straightforward and good World Fantastic and Moody art that fits the series, I liked the art in Unland but it s still pretty great The world building is also good calling back to Hellboy and the villains he s faced, really good use of the Mignolaverse Story Paced well and structured soundly a very straightforward horror tale that takes pieces of the Mignolaverse and makes for great world building Grey is good fun Victorian style and I love it Characters Grey is good but it s the villain that m [...]


    4. 3.5 Witchfinder is not my favorite Mignola series and this volume started out a bit slow for me It accelerated as it went along and I enjoyed the ending very much I thought, again, of the unfairness to black birds that a group of ravens is called an unkindness of ravens and for crows it is a murder of crows I enjoyed the slight references to other Mignola series.


    5. As usual, Sir Edward Grey starts investigating some spooky stuff, discovers something sinister in this case the vampire Giurescu, who later shows up in Wake the Devil, the second Hellboy arc A good, solid horror yarn.


    6. Late 19th c London, vampires, orientalist societies how perfunctorily can you script a mignolaverse comic these days It feels very padded, and the art reflects that as well There are some very boring pages in this.


    7. Enjoyable, cool final battle, and further ties into the Mignolaverse history by bringing Giurescu into the mix My only complaint is that it didn t seem to have as much of the supernatural detective work as the other Witchfinder series.


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