Lobster Johnson, Vol. 2: The Burning Hand eBook â

Lobster Johnson, Vol. 2: The Burning Hand eBook â

10 thoughts on “Lobster Johnson, Vol. 2: The Burning Hand

  1. Chad Chad says:

    This volume becomes a straight forward crime story at least until the Black Flame and his wife show up Bringing in the Black Flame is a brilliant way to tie the universes together The art is better in this volume

  2. Paul E. Morph Paul E. Morph says:

    Lobster Johnson's crime noir stomping ground isn't my favourite place in the 'Mignolaverse' So how come you have a Lobster Johnson HeroClix piece but no other Mignolaverse pieces? Because SHUT UP That's why but I really enjoyed this five part collectionThe story has some nice twists and turns and a good dose of gross so that's good but the main reason I enjoyed this one so much was the artwork Tonči Zonjić anyone know how to pronounce that? really sets the stage well; the tone is captured perfectly and the action flows extremely well It's also beautiful to look at I'll definitely be seeking out Zonjić's work in the future

  3. Václav Václav says:

    46 of 5 for a solid action driven crime mystery pulp ish story with nice artI don't know why but I kept my distance from Lobster Johnson And now thanks to reading by Multiversity Mignolaverse reading order 2019 I'm tackling this item in my reading list And it's greatI'm really enjoying this Still uite a mysterious character not really complex so far but with great potential to be one of my favourite Mignolaverse characters In this book I enjoyed the story even than with the previous one It feels like a crime pulp story with a bucketful of mystery And that's an entertaining mixture The appearance of the Black Flame which is an awesome character is cherry on the top Tonči Zonjić's art is great I love the artist's who really thinks the scenes trough and must mention the great Dave Steward and his brilliant colouring

  4. Alex Alex says:

    Can't say I'm thrilled with this pulp fiction hero but his comics have a nice vibe Also nice to see Black Flame again Zonjic's art is fun to read too

  5. RG RG says:

    35 started this today Enjoying this so than the Sir Edward series Felt like old school crime Although Lobster character is still not described much in detail

  6. Jeff Lanter Jeff Lanter says:

    While I gave the last Lobster Johnson story the same score if you have to pick one get this volume The story is a bit better with a pulp and crime feel which makes the story a little less outlandish though no less fun There are a couple new interesting characters and an appearance of another familiar BPRD villain The biggest reason why this volume is better is the art It is absolutely fantastic and perfect for the 1930's setting There are several action panels in this volume that are just amazing too I would love to see Lobster Johnson stories drawn by Tonci Zonjic He is a special talent and takes a pretty good book and makes it great

  7. Wing Kee Wing Kee says:

    Pretty fanfrakingtastic supernatural noir bookI love me some Lobster Johnson simply because the name is awesome and yes he hunts monsters I also really like it because of the setting the noir hardboiled tone of the books The Burning Hand is especially goodWorld Yonci Zonjic your art is amazing it captures the hardboiled noir tone to a T your framing your character designs and line work are simple and stunning Dave Stewart's colors are also insane they look simple but give the book a tone and feel that makes it stand out and pop amazing stuff The world building here is wonderful with details on New York in that era and also Lobster Johnson and his crew Cindy is a nice gateway to the world offering new readers a taste of the world they are jumping into Enough is revealed to make you want but enough of is still not covered to make you wonder good stuff I also really like the callback and tie in into the greater Mignolaverse as Lobster Johnson is very important in the mythos especially for HBStory Wonderfully paced with a great sense of style and noirhardboiled feel The story unfolds wonderfully and keeps you reading the central mystery is nice and the story is simple so as to allow for characters to stand out It's a fun tale it's classic Mignola and that's a great great thing Nowhere in this arc did I feel that there was a lull in storytelling and the conclusion albeit a bit abrupt allows for future storytelling which I am eagerly waiting for Good stuffCharacters Lobster Johnson does not get a lot of character development in this arc in fact the bulk of the storytelling falls into Cindy's and also the villains laps It's great because Lobster Johnson and his team are still somewhat a mystery making for a good mystery and i eagerly wait for their stories to be told Cindy is a strong and wonderful character fit for this book and a great guide into the world which the readers are thrusted into I'm not going to go into the villains as they are wonderful and over the top I had so much fun reading about them This was a fun book tip to tale great art great pacing wonderful characters and good storytelling Read it if you just want a fun stylish comic book about monsters and the people who hunt themand burn lobster claws on them afterwardsOnward to the next book

  8. Orrin Grey Orrin Grey says:

    I didn't like this one as much as the first Lobster Johnson trade but the LoJo stories are still some of my favorite Hellboy spin offs and this is no exception Much low key than the delightfully pulpy Iron Prometheus this one owes to Dashiell Hammett than Fu Manchu and is actually remarkably uotidian for a Hellboy universe story Artist Tonci Zonjic is well suited to the material and he captures the film noir style of the story perfectly Bonus points for the Isog character just being Peter Lorre All his lines are better if you read them with a Peter Lorre voice in your head too

  9. Jason Jason says:

    This is of a 3 12 star book really I enjoyed it but this pulpy crime noir is not really my thing Lots of action fast paced but I read the Hellboy universe because of the folkloremysticaloccult stuff and Lobster Johnson books only tangentially get into that stuff Mignola does a good job writing them though

  10. Graeme Dunlop Graeme Dunlop says:

    Great pulp hero stuff Really like the artwork by Tonci Zonjic it compliments the whole and is highly reminiscent of Mike Mignola's styleI'll have to go back and re read the HellboyBPRD volumes in which he appears

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Lobster Johnson, Vol. 2: The Burning Hand ✻ [EPUB] ✰ Lobster Johnson, Vol. 2: The Burning Hand By Mike Mignola ❅ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk When a tribe of dead Indians start scalping the policemen in the city Hellboy's crime fighting hero Lobster Johnson and his allies arrive to take on these foes and their gangster cronies Pulp adventur When a Vol. 2: PDF/EPUB ì tribe of dead Indians start scalping the policemen in the city Hellboy's crime fighting hero Lobster Johnson and his allies arrive to take on these foes and their gangster Lobster Johnson, Epub / cronies Pulp adventure at it's finest as Lobster Johnson takes on the Black Flame.

  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Lobster Johnson, Vol. 2: The Burning Hand
  • Mike Mignola
  • English
  • 02 September 2016
  • 9781616550318

About the Author: Mike Mignola

Mike Mignola Vol. 2: PDF/EPUB ì was born September in Berkeley California and grew up in nearby Oakland His fascination with ghosts and monsters began at an early age he doesn't remember why Lobster Johnson, Epub / and reading Dracula at age introduced him to Victorian literature and folklore from which he has never recoveredIn hoping to find a way to draw monsters for a living he Johnson, Vol. 2: PDF/EPUB ã moved to New York City Johnson, Vol. 2: The Burning ePUB Ò and began wo.