Hellboy And The B.P.R.D.: 1954-The Unreasoning Beast by Mike Huddleston

Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1954 – The Unreasoning Beast
Mike Mignola (W), Chris Roberson (W), Patric Reynolds (A), Dave Stewart ©, and Mike Huddleston (Cover)
On sale Nov 23
FC, 32 pages
An unusual ghost hunt leads Hellboy to a spectral monkey with a message for a grieving family.
• Joe Golem artist Patric Reynolds draws Hellboy!
“If you’re bringing one monster home this Halloween, make it Hellboy.” – Following the Nerd


Hellboy encounters the title character of the one-shot comic “The Penanggalan.”

There are many creatures in Asian folklore similar to the Penanggalan; for example, the Manananggal of the Philippines, which are usually either a subset of the Aswang or a relative of those creatures (except when it is an Aswang). The one unifying aspect of the Penanggalan and their cousins is their ability to detach a part of their body and fly away, while the inert part is hidden from sight.


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Inside the Guillermo del Toro Collection