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Mike Mignola

Mike Mignola is best known as the award-winning creator/writer/artist of Hellboy, although he began working as a professional cartoonist in the early 1980s, drawing “a little bit of everything for just about everybody.” He was also a production designer on the Disney film Atlantis: The Lost Empire and visual consultant to Guillermo del Toro on both Blade 2 and the film version of Hellboy. Mignola lives in southern California with his wife, daughter, and cat.

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Heart of Darkness
Written by Joseph Conrad, Afterword by Maya Jasanoff, Illustrated by Mike Mignola, Introduction by Adam Hochschild, Noted by Timothy Hayes
Penguin Classics | Trade Paperback | August 2012
$15.00/20.00(Canada) | 978-0-14-310658-6 (0-14-310658-9)

Joseph Conrad's enduring portrait of the ugliness of colonialism in a deluxe edition with a gripping cover by Hellboy artist Mike Mignola. Nominated as one of America’s best-loved novels by PBS’s The Great American Read

Heart of Darkness is the thrilling tale of Marlow, a seaman and wanderer recounting his physical and psychological... Read more






Baltimore,
Written by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden
Spectra | Hardcover | August 2007
$25.00/32.00(Canada) | 978-0-553-80471-3 (0-553-80471-5)

From celebrated comic artist Mike Mignola and award-winning novelist Christopher Golden comes a work of gothic storytelling like no other. Reminiscent of the illustrated tales of old, here is a lyrical, atmospheric novel of the paranormal—and a chilling allegory for the nature of war.

“Why do dead men rise up to torment... Read more





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