Mike Mignola

Mike Mignola previews his final issue of Hellboy in Hell

A lot has changed in the last 20 years, but one thing that’s stayed constant is Mike Mignola’s production of Hellboy comics. Mignola first created his iconic hero in 1993, as a red-skinned demon, brought up on Earth, who served humanity by fighting all sorts of monsters alongside his comrades in the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense (BPRD).

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Hellboy is getting his own beer, which probably won't taste like Hellboy -- exclusive

This year marks the 21st anniversary of Mike Mignola’s Hellboy—and now that the celebrated demon-hero is finally of legal drinking age, he’s getting his very own beer named after him. 

Created by Oregon-based microbrewery Rogue Ales, the beer—appropriately named The Right Hand of Doom—a limited-edition red ale making its debut Feb. 20 at Portland comics shop Things From Another World and available nationally via Rogue’s website

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Get a peek at Hellboy's early days in Hellboy and the B.P.R.D: 1952 #3

Hellboy is dead. Killed at the end of Hellboy: The Fury, Mike Mignola’s demon hero has spent the last three years plumbing the depths of the afterlife in Mignola’s sporadically-released Hellboy in Hell. But death is never the end when it comes to comic books. Even though he’s dead, there are countless Hellboy stories that remain to be told—thanks to a 50-year gap Mignola left in the character’s history between his birth in 1944 and the start of his modern-day adventures in 1994. 

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