GREETINGS TRUE BELIEVERS!
So yesterday we staffed reading all of Hellboy! And far be it for me to stop doing that because I know some of you are looking forward to it! I don't want to make any of you wait any longer than needed so let's get started with WAKE THE DEVIL on
DAN "DASH" LEE PRESENTS!
How is everyone doing tonight?
If you want to read from the start then go here
Wake the Devil was 96' I believe. So Probably not much after when Moore wrote that.
Between you doing all of hellboy, Kind Storyteller doing Cable and Deadpool, and some kind anon starting a storytime of Morrison's Batman, I sure have a lot of great storytimes to look forward to in the coming weeks
You are perfectly sane. I did it at the request of someone. Then after that I decided to story time all of Hellboy again. So while it might be a little soon I need to story time this again. Sorry for the inconvenience.
KS is doing Cable and Deadpool? Be still my beating heart
Sorry about that I got caught up with Atelier Meruru.
Not one of my proudest moments....
Sorry sorry. I am too easily distracted tonight.
I think it's maybe just reading it like trades, seems every third fight has them having the same exchange. Like I get it's clearly a big theme of the book but right now it's super one note.
The quote there, about Chloaclena, is supposedly bathroom graffiti by some famous poet (Oscar Wilde?) as a fake prayer to the potty goddess to have a good poo.
Or so I've (possibly quite wrongly) heard.
I dunno if Dan has a specific order he wants to do though
In the first column it jumps from '96 to '95 to '11 then back to '98. Are these just flashback issues?
I am making the assumption that these are being listed in order, so maybe I'm wrong.
€20. Hmm I love the lore and the art style. Id consider buy the set just to own them and put them away somewhere like treasure. Take them out to show people who might have taste.
To be entirely honest, I have no idea what that 2011 is, since all those are collected in the Right Hand of Doom and others.
The main arcs should be obvious, the rest that are usually "The XX and others" are collections of one offs that are take place at random points in time, although publishing order is as good as any way to read them.