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Tad Stones on "Hellboy: Blood and Iron" DVD Bonuses

by Ed Liuon May 16, 2007
Tad Stones has detailed some of the retailer incentives that will be offered with the upcoming Hellboy: Blood and Iron direct-to-video DVD movie, including comic book bundles from Wal-Mart, a Hellboy Animated action figure from Best Buy, and a Lobster Johnson magnet from several other retailers.

Claymation Inventor Will Vinton Interviewed

by Ed Liuon April 3, 2007
The Daily Cross Hatch weblog has posted a 2-part interview with Will Vinton, creator of “Claymation” and currently promoting Jack Hightower, his original graphic novel published by Dark Horse Comics (part 2 and part 2). Among the topics covered in the interview are the origins and future of Jack Hightower’s comic books, Vinton’s opinions on […]

Mike Mignola's "Busiest Year Ever" as Hellboy Hits Comics, Film, and Animation

by Ed Liuon March 20, 2007
Newsarama.com has interviewed Mike Mignola on the many different Hellboy-related projects coming out this year, including new Hellboy/BPRD-related comic books, the sequel to the 2004 live-action movie, and the Hellboy Animated direct-to-video movies. Mignola discusses the plans for each and how they differ from each other.

Dark Horse to publish "Dirty Pair" novels starting in June, 2007

by Weathermanon March 20, 2007
Dark Horse Books has announced the publishing of the original Dirty Pair writings as a eight book set that will begin in June, 2007. Originally published in SF Magajin by Haruka Takachiho the stories spawned a number of related properties including a television show, two Original Video Animation(OVA) series, two OVA features, a feature film […]

Dark Horse Announces Several New Manga and Manhwa for Summer 2007

by Weathermanon March 14, 2007
Dark Horse has announced several new titles for publication in summer, 2007. Launching in June will be MPD-Psycho, an 11 volume manga by Sho-u Tajima and Eiji Otsuka. The title was originally licensed by another US company who declined to publish it due to content issues. The title will be rated 18+ and will not […]

Ron Perlman on Being Hellboy

by Ed Liuon March 13, 2007
Newsarama has spoken to actor Ron Perlman about the role of Hellboy, focusing on the direct-to-video animated movies. Perlman discusses his favorite aspects of the role, the differences he sees between the live-action Hellboy and the animated Hellboy, and some of his other voice acting roles. Hellboy: Blood and Iron, the second Hellboy Animated movie, […]

Third Hellboy Animation Project in Planning

by Jacob T. Paschalon March 11, 2007
Mr. Tad Stones revealed on the official Hellboy Animated blog that the title of the third Hellboy Animated project would be The Phantom Claw. “I was going to wait until the production has a green light but the script for the next Hellboy Animated is headed into the climax and I wanted to talk about […]

Claymation Creator Will Vinton Makes 2nd Los Angeles Appearance

by Ed Liuon March 3, 2007
Dark Horse Comics has announced that Will Vinton will be appearing at Los Angeles’ Golden Apple Comics on March 14, 2007, to promote his new graphic novel Jack Hightower. Vinton is the creator of “claymation,” a trademarked term for his brand of stop-motion animation, and was the animator behind the California Raisin ad campaign, the […]

NYCC: Tad Stones and Mike Mignola on "Hellboy: Blood and Iron"

by Ed Liuon February 25, 2007
The second day of the New York Comic Con started with a bang at the Hellboy: Blood and Iron preview panel. Attendees to the panel were treated to a full screening of the direct-to-video movie, followed by a brief Q&A session with director/writer Tad Stones and with Hellboy creator Mike Mignola. During the Q&A session, […]

"Hellboy Animated" Interviews with Creator Mike Mignola and Director Tad Stones

by Ed Liuon February 6, 2007
Newsarama.com’s “Animated Shorts” column has posted an interview with Hellboy creator Mike Mignola about the Hellboy Animated direct-to-video films. Mignola discusses his past work in animation, from Disney’s Atlantis to an aborted New Gods series for Warner Brothers; the difference between working in comics and animation; and why SciFi’s Amazing Screw-on Head makes him uncomfortable. […]