Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder, Vol. 2: Lost and Gone Forever by Mike MignolaWow. Not a fan, actually. I know that Severin is a legend in the comics business, and hes really well suited to the western setting, but I think his art is part of the problem here. Not that it isnt great, but it just doesnt feel like its part of the same universe as the rest of the Hellboy/B.P.R.D. stuff. This just exacerbates the fact that this comic doesnt feel as connected to the rest of the Hellboy gestalt as the previous Witchfinder volume (which I loved). It also probably doesnt help that the previous volume had art by Ben Stenbeck, who is maybe my favorite of the non-Mignola Hellboy-related artists.
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Jan 22, ISBN In the hellish frontiers of the American Wild West, nineteenth-century occult investigator Edward Grey finds himself caught in a showdown with an evil witch, bloodthirsty criminals, and zombie cowboys!
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Witchfinder Volume 2: Lost and Gone Forever TPB
I'll be honest, if John Severin drew issues of "Witchfinder" every month, I'd be pleased as punch. His art is just gorgeous here, a reminder that we have a living legend who's still active in the comics industry and turning out amazing comics. So for a minute, let's put aside the contributions of Mike Mignola and John Arcudi, and let me just say that for Severin alone, you should read "Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever. From the opening panel, with a cloud of smoke billowing around a revolver being fired by the walking dead, we've got something special. There's so much detail crackling in this image; the dead eyes, the startled horse pulling back in fear, the wisps of smoke coming out of the camp fire, even the scrub grass and bushes in the background. It's the amount of work that people would put into a huge splash page, but it's just the first panel of the comic.
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