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by Various,Mike Mignola

  • Author: Various,Mike Mignola
  • ISBN: 1595827943
  • ISBN13: 978-1595827944
  • ePub: 1205 kb | FB2: 1627 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Books; First Edition edition (January 17, 2012)
  • Pages: 136
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 857
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Witchfinder Volume 2: Lost and Gone Forever ePub download

While the 1st volume of Witchfinder was truly great, "Lost & Gone Forever" isn't nearly as memorable. It's certainly not terrible either but it seems to be missing some key ingredients in it's witches brew that made the debut so amazing

While the 1st volume of Witchfinder was truly great, "Lost & Gone Forever" isn't nearly as memorable. It's certainly not terrible either but it seems to be missing some key ingredients in it's witches brew that made the debut so amazing. Overall a decent read & an obvious alternative to more mainstream comics out there as Mignola continues to impress with very innovative titles.

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Contact Us. Join OUr Mailing List. Witchfinder volume 2: lost and gone forever tpb. 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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In this episode we talk about Witchfinder Volume 2 Lost and Gone Forever, written by John Arcudi and Illustrated by John Severin .

In this episode we talk about Witchfinder Volume 2 Lost and Gone Forever, written by John Arcudi and Illustrated by John Severin .

Other name: Witchfinder Vol. 2: Lost and Gone Forever. Cover art by Mike Mignola! John Severin's weirdest western yet! "If I can recommend Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever for any reason, the biggest would be John Severin's ar.

EC Comics legend John Severin ( Two-Fisted Tales) rejoins the Hellboy line after his stellar debut in .

See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 6 January 2018. EC Comics legend John Severin ( Two-Fisted Tales) rejoins the Hellboy line after his stellar debut in . War on Frogs! Collects the five-issue miniseries. Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder, Vol. 6 January 2018 ·.

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! EC Comics legend John Severin (Two-Fisted Tales) rejoins the Hellboy line after his stellar debut in B.P.R.D.: War on Frogs!
Antuiserum
In this second Witchfinder volume we find Edward Grey ( Witchfinder) pursuing an occult villain from his native England to the American Southwest. There he runs into some local supernatural evil and stands against it with the help of some local talent.

I found the art fantastic and very fitting to the story. The western setting and native american flavor of the supernatural were a refreshing change from the more standard occult trappings of the genre.

Witchfinder is set in the Hellboy universe and gives a wider view of the things we have to be afraid of.
Bloodhammer
I really enjoyed the first volume of Witchfinder, "In the Service of Angels", with art by Ben Stenbeck. There were parts that could have been better paced, drawn, or fleshed out but my lingering thoughts on it after reading it were positive, interesting, dark and haunting. Stenbeck has a very Mignola-derivative style, and I am a HUGE fan of Mignola's art. He may be my favorite artist of all time. So Stenbeck's path hit me very right.

With this volume, art by John Severin, it just never looked like something I could get into. It felt less mystical, less magical, more wild-west and less dreamy. It's personal preference of course, but I did not ever get a good vibration from what I saw. Also, I thought Mignola's storytelling was missing something this go around. I don't know if it was because of the art affecting me, or if he just had a misstep.

But as a whole, I felt a bit like I had wasted my money and time on this volume, and was disappointed. There were a couple of excellent moments, but the rest was just not something I would recommend or come back to.
Saberdragon
Fun, dark, and with lots of action, fans of the Mignolaverse will love this one
Dikus
Good, not hell ou or BPRD but good.
Khiceog
While the 1st volume of Witchfinder was truly great, "Lost & Gone Forever" isn't nearly as memorable. It's certainly not terrible either but it seems to be missing some key ingredients in it's witches brew that made the debut so amazing. Overall a decent read & an obvious alternative to more mainstream comics out there as Mignola continues to impress with very innovative titles. Plus John Severin's old school art style compliments this old western comic book tale.
Tyler Is Not Here
Unfortunately, this volume lacks any of the draw of the first. Likewise with Hellboy, Mignola ruins an otherwise interesting and compelling character by throwing them in a ridiculous locale more or less just for the sake of it. Not only that, but he picks and grabs mythology and culture from a wide range of sources, and while this sometimes makes the conflict seem multifaceted and encompassing, its extremely disjointed and nonsensible in this book. Witches, blankets, zombies, Englishmen and indians? More like a drunken madlib than a cohesive story. And the creatures in the book are so far out of left field and badly drawn its silly... Furthermore, they made Grey into more of a supporting character and stripped him of his stoic hardness that made him interesting in the first. Mignola's series always have a boatload of potential to have impressive arcs, but he keeps kneecapping himself with fillandering storylines and half baked ideas...
Shak
Just finished this book. Meh. Not nearly as good as the last one. Flat and uninspired, which surprises me. But this one used or borrow it from a freind.
Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder, travels from London to the Reidlynne, Utah, in 1880. The town features a burned-down church and the worst hospitality ever. Grey is there to find a man named Glaren but gets pulled into other problems. He has to shoot his way out of town after asking some fairly normal questions at the saloon. He's befriended by Morgan Kaler, a local who knows enough about the area to guide Grey. They strike up an uneasy partnership which leads them into a strange Native American/Christian cult led by a spooky blonde woman who clearly has ulterior motives. Horror and mystery ensue.

The book has many interesting points. The art is very different for the Hellboy/B.P.R.D. series though it fits well with the late 19th century Wild West. The story itself is a little convoluted but wraps up nicely. I enjoyed the book but was not wowed by it.
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