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Hellboy Weird Tales #1 by Mike Mignola1
Hellboy Weird Tales #2 by Mike Mignola2
Hellboy Weird Tales #3 by Mike Mignola3
Hellboy Weird Tales #4 by Mike Mignola4
Hellboy Weird Tales #55
Hellboy Weird Tales #6 by Dark Horse6
Hellboy Weird Tales #77
Hellboy Weird Tales #88
Hellboy: Weird Tales, Vol. 1 by John Cassaday1-4
Hellboy: Weird Tales, Vol. 2 by John Cassaday5-8
Hellboy: Weird Tales by Mike Mignola1-8

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  6. The Goon: Heaps of Ruination by Eric Powell (2005)
  7. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume 1 by Alan Moore (2000)
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  10. John Constantine, Hellblazer: Dangerous Habits by Garth Ennis (1994)
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Series description

Hellboy: Weird Tales is a Dark Horse Comics bimonthly eight-issue comic book limited series that offered a variety of guest writers and artists the chance to give their own take on the Hellboy characters. The issues were published bi-monthly and were collected in two trade paperback volumes

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