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The Hellboy saga concludes, with the most ambitious chapter, Hellboy in Hell, collected in its entirety--all written and drawn by Mike Mignola. On the heels of Hellboy Omnibus Volume 3: The Wild Hunt, Hellboy is cast into Hell, where familiar faces reveal secrets of his origins, and previously unknown family members come forward. Hellboy forever alters the face of Hell, giv The Hellboy saga concludes, with the most ambitious chapter, Hellboy in Hell, collected in its entirety--all written and drawn by Mike Mignola. On the heels of Hellboy Omnibus Volume 3: The Wild Hunt, Hellboy is cast into Hell, where familiar faces reveal secrets of his origins, and previously unknown family members come forward. Hellboy forever alters the face of Hell, giving new significance to his role of Beast of the Apocalypse. While featuring big answers and one of the most momentous choices Hellboy's ever made, Hellboy in Hell also offers a return to the simplest and best Hellboy stories, as Hellboy roams a unique world only Mignola could present, filled with strange and magical encounters rich with the power of folklore and myth. The four volume Hellboy Omnibus series along with the two volumes of The Complete Short Stories collect all of Mignola's award-winning Hellboy stories in chronological order for a definitive reading experience.


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The Hellboy saga concludes, with the most ambitious chapter, Hellboy in Hell, collected in its entirety--all written and drawn by Mike Mignola. On the heels of Hellboy Omnibus Volume 3: The Wild Hunt, Hellboy is cast into Hell, where familiar faces reveal secrets of his origins, and previously unknown family members come forward. Hellboy forever alters the face of Hell, giv The Hellboy saga concludes, with the most ambitious chapter, Hellboy in Hell, collected in its entirety--all written and drawn by Mike Mignola. On the heels of Hellboy Omnibus Volume 3: The Wild Hunt, Hellboy is cast into Hell, where familiar faces reveal secrets of his origins, and previously unknown family members come forward. Hellboy forever alters the face of Hell, giving new significance to his role of Beast of the Apocalypse. While featuring big answers and one of the most momentous choices Hellboy's ever made, Hellboy in Hell also offers a return to the simplest and best Hellboy stories, as Hellboy roams a unique world only Mignola could present, filled with strange and magical encounters rich with the power of folklore and myth. The four volume Hellboy Omnibus series along with the two volumes of The Complete Short Stories collect all of Mignola's award-winning Hellboy stories in chronological order for a definitive reading experience.

30 review for Hellboy Omnibus Volume 4: Hellboy in Hell

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    And so the story of Hellboy ends - well sort of as even though Mike Mignola has pretty much decided that is it - since when is that always the case in comic books. Plus all the other guest appearances he can make in the other series. Not to mention we are about to get the film franchise re-boot in the near future. However this is the last of the collected work books. which I must admit I have loved- okay I will put my hand up and admit that any long running comic book series confuses the hell ou And so the story of Hellboy ends - well sort of as even though Mike Mignola has pretty much decided that is it - since when is that always the case in comic books. Plus all the other guest appearances he can make in the other series. Not to mention we are about to get the film franchise re-boot in the near future. However this is the last of the collected work books. which I must admit I have loved- okay I will put my hand up and admit that any long running comic book series confuses the hell out of me (no pun intended) in that I never know where the stories relate cross and even contradict each other) so I end up not trying at all. Sorry Marvel and DC it just makes my head spin, However here we have the definitive collection in one neat series. And its great -even when there are references to other stories they annotate them at the bottom of the page its brilliant - at least for a complete novice like me. Anyway this book pretty much picks up where the last one finished and takes the tale to its conclusion. Yes Hellboy was destined for amazing and terrible things but I do not think anyone (okay apart from the writers) saw it was going to happen in this manner. Anyway this may not be the best version of the book (after all there are the library editions which although are expensive are amazing) but for a rather neurotic collector like me they are perfect. So if you want to read them all this is a great place to both start and finish.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Roy

    Great sendoff for Hellboy. You either love it or hate it

  3. 4 out of 5

    Max's Comic Reviews and Lists

    Hell Vision It’s weird. When I bought this omnibus I was expecting my wrist to start cramping cause of the sheer weight but nope. This is basically a long trade. ANYWAY. Since I just finished reading the main Hellboy series, and this saga, I am finished. Until the short story volumes. And I gotta say this is a pretty ambitious idea Mignola had. Extend the story by taking your audience on a journey through Hell. And I really enjoyed it. After the review I will do a top 10 Main Hellboy stories. Th Hell Vision It’s weird. When I bought this omnibus I was expecting my wrist to start cramping cause of the sheer weight but nope. This is basically a long trade. ANYWAY. Since I just finished reading the main Hellboy series, and this saga, I am finished. Until the short story volumes. And I gotta say this is a pretty ambitious idea Mignola had. Extend the story by taking your audience on a journey through Hell. And I really enjoyed it. After the review I will do a top 10 Main Hellboy stories. This version of hell is amazing. To Mignola Hell isn’t a pit of fire where you burn forever and ever. It’s actually a very dark, somber, and hopeless world. Creative is an overused word but it so perfectly sums up Mignola’s version of Hell. The character of Hellboy is seemingly an uncrackable stone wall strapped and screwed with metal plating that has been dunked in gorilla glue and cement. By that I mean he is remarkably strong willed and absolutely invincible. Damn! Nothing can hurt this guy emotionally or physically. I chose the word “guy” for a specific reason besides the fact that guy is a very commonly used word. The whole point the book hammers into your brain is that Hellboy is just a man. One of the characters even says it. Hellboy is so far gone from what he was supposed to be. And I just love that. I’ve said it before, but the whole concept for Hellboy’s character is just ABSOLUTELY GENIUS. Anung Un Rama the great destroyer doesn’t want to be the great destroyer. He just wants to smoke cigars, kick demon ass, and hang out with his friends. Tell me that’s not genius. What this arc essentially does for the series is of course wrap it up, but wrap up everything. Old enemies and friends are brought back to say their finals words. And characters that have always had unclear identities are revealed. The birth of Hellboy is also shown here and it's frickin amazingly done. On a similar subject Hellboy also meets some of his family. So that was definitely a highlight of the book. But before any of the wrapping up happens Hellboy goes through many very entertaining little adventures through the vast land of hell. Chapter 2 and Chapter 5 had the most kick-ass plots and awesome details. For example in chapter 2 there is a demon called the Fisher of souls. When you read that part of the book TRY and tell me it’s not intriguing and cool as shit. 2 other stories are Homaged to in this book as well. Macbeth and The Christmas Carol. The book of course drags on at a point near the end. There is even a quote that just spoke to me as I was trying to get through the last chapter. “All that talking really I’d lost interest.” That’s an actual quote said by a demon in this story. I’m sorry but chapter 10 is kinda boring until the last few pages. Mignola’s art has always been very easy on the eyes and here it is mostly the same. But here I think it may be too easy on the eyes. A LOT of more detail could have been added in SO MANY pages. I’m now seeing though some of the problems I had excused in my other reviews for the Hellboy series. I still like his style but not as much as I did earlier in the series. In the end of the end, I had a great time reading this trade. I mean Omnibus. Sorry terrible mistake. This deepens the character of Hellboy even more and presents an absolutely awesome and beautiful version of hell. I have a few nitpicks like I always do but in terms of a send off, this does the trick. In terms of the series, it was a journey. A bad-ass journey at that. Hellboy is a fantastic character with so many fantastic elements and stories to his name it’s mind splitting to think of the amount of creative effort that went into all of it. I didn’t love everything of course, but if you are looking for one of the most addicting and entertaining series to read. Um ya. Pick up Hellboy Letter Grade: (B+) Main Hellboy Series Letter Grade: (A-) Top 10 Main Hellboy Stories 10. The Chained Coffin 9. Darkness Calls 8. Hellboy in Hell 7. Wake the Devil 6. The Box of Evil 5. The Wolves of Saint August 4. The Conqueror Worm 3. The Third Wish 2. Almost Colossus 1. The Wild Hunt

  4. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

    I have to say, I was pretty disappointed with the ending. That is to say did this even have an ending? It felt a little rushed. I mostly like the art to this volume and the Dante/Milton fell of Hell. I still want more Helboy though, but not sure which spin-off are worth getting. If anyone has any ideas let me know. I doubt I'll be getting all the spin-off like I did with Fables.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Pafurion

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  6. 4 out of 5

    Hassan

    Sure, absolutely worth reading. And Mignola is a genius, let's get that out of the way. But I've some bones to pick here. It's not just that hellboy's adventures in hell meander somewhat willy-nilly, with odd new characters appearing and old ones making brief cameos - Mignola tries to explain this a bit in his epilogue. It's that our beloved protagonist, Hellboy, seems so... passive. In the sense of almost being a spectator, like us, to the conclusion of his narrative. I'm so used to Hellboy push Sure, absolutely worth reading. And Mignola is a genius, let's get that out of the way. But I've some bones to pick here. It's not just that hellboy's adventures in hell meander somewhat willy-nilly, with odd new characters appearing and old ones making brief cameos - Mignola tries to explain this a bit in his epilogue. It's that our beloved protagonist, Hellboy, seems so... passive. In the sense of almost being a spectator, like us, to the conclusion of his narrative. I'm so used to Hellboy pushing back against his destiny, and being an "agent" in a mythology determined to define him, that it's frustrating to see him not just weak and injured and questioning his existence (this is, in fact, quite interesting) but also ineffectual - but for a final, somewhat a-climactic climax. Maybe this is how I'm supposed to feel. Hell, after all, is a desolate landscape that drains your energy - and Hellboy is carrying, we find, a horrific parasite that is slowly emptying what remains of his soul. His earlier stories (volumes 1-3) periodically meandered but always came back with a fury to confront us with the ultimate question: will Hellboy be able to escape his destiny? Volume 4 answers the question - to a degree - but the pace and fury are muted, and the conclusion is slightly tainted for it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Zare

    After ending up in Hell, Hellboy tries to find the way out or at least figure out what to do now? Although he is for all means and purposes dead it looks like his constant fight with evil is nowhere at end. And many a soul tells him that he just traded the environment - his life and destiny have remain the very same. While traversing the Hell he comes across entities and daemons he fought on Earth but also he comes across his family members, not many friendly to him and trying to kill him, family After ending up in Hell, Hellboy tries to find the way out or at least figure out what to do now? Although he is for all means and purposes dead it looks like his constant fight with evil is nowhere at end. And many a soul tells him that he just traded the environment - his life and destiny have remain the very same. While traversing the Hell he comes across entities and daemons he fought on Earth but also he comes across his family members, not many friendly to him and trying to kill him, family mansion destroyed and his father left in stasis. Not to mention terror and fear that spread through Hell Lords when they heard Hellboy is coming. Fear of such a force that they have all ran from the Pandemonium only to be killed by their own servants while trying to reach the mountains of Hell. And then something unimaginable happens - Hellboy's first step on road to fulfilling his destiny. I wont go any further because to say anything more is to spoil the story to those that haven't read it. Is the end rushed - maybe, but in general I don't see how author could end this any other way. Some level of mystery needs to remain and cycle of life repeats itself (view spoiler)[Hellboy's version of Hell rising from the ashes of the old one (hide spoiler)] . Highly recommended to all fans of fantasy, esoteric and occult. And of course Hellboy himself.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sohan Surag

    Third time reading through Hellboy in Hell and still cant help myself feeling a bit salty that this is how it all ended. After going through the epic arcs that were Seed of Destruction, Conqueror Worm, The Wild Hunt and everything in between this was rather disheartening. I agree that all the previous arcs were leading to this impending conclusion but somehow it felt extemely morbid and at the same time, oddly relieving. Maybe its due to the fact that it was ending or maybe its because I'd never Third time reading through Hellboy in Hell and still cant help myself feeling a bit salty that this is how it all ended. After going through the epic arcs that were Seed of Destruction, Conqueror Worm, The Wild Hunt and everything in between this was rather disheartening. I agree that all the previous arcs were leading to this impending conclusion but somehow it felt extemely morbid and at the same time, oddly relieving. Maybe its due to the fact that it was ending or maybe its because I'd never be able to read Hellboy the same way I started reading it first. I'd never know until I go on and re-read everything once more.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Anubhav

    I'd read the first trade ages ago but somehow never got around to the last one until the Omnibuses came out. There's a sense of tranquil melancholy and ennui, not unlike an Antonioni, that pervades throughout this book. The ending gives us everything we were promised way back when the series began but with a welcome understatedness. This is a quiet, engaging epic, beautifully rendered by Mignola's heavy inks and Dave Stewart's pitch perfect Coloring.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mathew Duncan

    What a great series. I just finished this volume and before this I read all the other omnibus editions plus the two complete short story collections. Definitely a favorite and can’t wait for a re-read. Also need to start reading BPRD.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Federico Kereki

    Great art by Mignola, and a good finish to the whole Hellboy saga.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sean Goh

    Hell is a complex place.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Cody

  14. 5 out of 5

    Marcus

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mike Collins

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sean

  17. 4 out of 5

    Frederico Santos

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lucas Chance

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jordynn Reiman

  20. 4 out of 5

    MCWillets

  21. 4 out of 5

    Christoffer

  22. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Dudek

  23. 4 out of 5

    Fincho

  24. 5 out of 5

    Paul Porry

  25. 5 out of 5

    Erin

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tate

  27. 4 out of 5

    Steven W

  28. 5 out of 5

    Imogene

  29. 5 out of 5

    Claire

  30. 5 out of 5

    Colin Sinclair

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