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Abe Sapien Volume 1: The Drowning

by Mike Mignola, Jason Shawn Alexander (Illustrator)

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First solo adventure, with an appropriately amphibious locale. ( )
  bensdad00 | Jan 10, 2017 |
Narratively kind of murky, but beautifully drawn and colored! ( )
  KateSherrod | Aug 1, 2016 |
Abe Sapien was always one of my favorite Hellboy characters, so when I saw he had his own book I was immediately intrigued. In this book Hellboy is away and no one knows when he is coming back so when the B.P.R.D. needs someone to retrieve a dagger and body from underwater, they decide to give Abe a chance. The myths and tales behind the story were very interesting; I found myself wondering if they were based on real historical facts or out of the writers heads. The dark monochromatic color palatte fit the tone of the story; especially Abe's insecurity about handling things on his own. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Abe Sapien was always one of my favorite Hellboy characters, so when I saw he had his own book I was immediately intrigued. In this book Hellboy is away and no one knows when he is coming back so when the B.P.R.D. needs someone to retrieve a dagger and body from underwater, they decide to give Abe a chance. The myths and tales behind the story were very interesting; I found myself wondering if they were based on real historical facts or out of the writers heads. The dark monochromatic color palatte fit the tone of the story; especially Abe's insecurity about handling things on his own. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Abe Sapien was always one of my favorite Hellboy characters, so when I saw he had his own book I was immediately intrigued. In this book Hellboy is away and no one knows when he is coming back so when the B.P.R.D. needs someone to retrieve a dagger and body from underwater, they decide to give Abe a chance. The myths and tales behind the story were very interesting; I found myself wondering if they were based on real historical facts or out of the writers heads. The dark monochromatic color palatte fit the tone of the story; especially Abe's insecurity about handling things on his own. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
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"A century ago, paranormal investigator Edward Grey fought and destroyed a powerful warlock off the coast of the island of Saint Sebastien. In the early 1980s, the B.P.R.D.'s newest agent was sent to retrieve the warlock's remains. But Abe Sapien is ill prepared for the dark forces that block his way"--Back cover.… (more)

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