Batman Hellboy Starman Batman se enfrenta a unos nazis dotados de poderes m sticos para capturar al Starman original Ted Knight Ante esta amenaza Gordon env a a Hellboy para que ayude a Batman Note this story is collected

  • Title: Batman/Hellboy/Starman
  • Author: Mike Mignola James Robinson
  • ISBN: 9781594970252
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • Batman se enfrenta a unos nazis dotados de poderes m sticos para capturar al Starman original Ted Knight Ante esta amenaza, Gordon env a a Hellboy para que ayude a Batman.Note this story is collected in English in Hellboy Masks and Monsters and Starman Omnibus 4.

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    1. Hellboy: Masks and Monsters is a reissue of two brief runs of comics Mike Mignola was involved with in the late `90s. The first teams Hellboy up with Batman and Starman in a mystery that begins in Gotham and takes them to the jungles of South America to fight off Nazis and a Lovecraftian horror. The second has Hellboy go up against the Ghost and a mysterious figure in a mask.The first story is cool if only to see Hellboy and Batman fighting side by side but Batman feels ultimately under-used and [...]

    2. İlginçti, ama aldığım onca iyi yorumun ardından beklentilerimin birkaç tık altında kaldı. Maskeler ve Canavarlar, toplamda iki ana maceradan oluşuyor. Kırmızı tenli, devasa kahramanımızı önce Batman ve Starman ile, daha sonrasındaysa Ghost ile birlikte serüvene atılmışken okuma fırsatı yakalıyoruz.Açıkçası Batman'le yaşayacağı macerayı daha çok merak ediyordum ama ortalamayı geçmeyen, çok sıradan bir konu buldum ne yazık ki karşımda. Ne Batman ne de Goth [...]

    3. I remember reading the Batman/Hellboy/Starman crossover when I was going through the Starman omnibus collections. (It's in The Starman Omnibus, Vol. 4.) I liked it ok then, and more so now that I'm actually familiar with Hellboy. I got the feeling from this crossover that it was done more because it was a cool idea than to sell comics. The Ghost crossover was also pretty decent. I would have probably liked it a whole lot more if I knew anything about this version of the Ghost, but I came in clue [...]

    4. The first half of the first story with Batman was really good, but the second story really sucked. Ghost is one of those superheroes that I have never really liked

    5. I don't really know much about the Ghost, but I enjoyed her half of the book. The Batman/Starman half, however, was pretty great. If you don't like crossovers, this probably isn't the book for you, but I think it's a fun read for any Hellboy fan.

    6. I liked the Lovecraft references.I LOVED the art of Mignola.I didn't like the writing.But I think I'll try some Hellboy for Mignola's sake.

    7. I have always been a fan of the crossover, especially when it's done for the sake of storytelling and not a marketing scheme (although, sometimes the storytelling in those situations can still stand above the marketing). The crossovers in this collection don't seem to be for any other reason than the writers wanted to see these characters interact, and that's what I love.First up we have Hellboy teaming up with Batman and Starman when a group of Neo-Nazis kidnap Ted Knight (the original Starman) [...]

    8. James Robinson (creator of 90's Starman) and Mike Mignola (creator of Hellboy) team up for a fantastic crossover. Hellboy comes to Gotham to help out Batman with some Nazis. The Nazis capture the Golden Age Starman and the 90's Starman shows up to go save his dad with Hellboy when Batman gets called away. Mignola draws a great Batman and Joker!

    9. Two older stories that see Hellboy crossing over with more traditional costumed heroes, one drawn by Mignola but not written by him, and one written by him but not drawn by him. Neither of them are as much to my tastes as the typical straightforward Hellboy story, but both have good stuff going on.I'm really glad that they colored the spine of this one to match the Hellboy Weird Tales volumes, to show that these stories are outside Hellboy canon.

    10. The storylines are purely Hellboy-by-the-numbers. Nazis! Elder Gods! The Right Hand of Doom! etc. etc. Really, this is just an excuse for Hellboy to trade witty repartee with DC comics icons like Batman and Starman. On that level, Masks and Monsters is a success. It's fun to see Hellboy bounce off of these more conventional superheroes, and the artwork is fantastic throughout.

    11. So I read this the other day and let me tell you, it was definitely something of a disappointment. While not the disaster that Baltimore has become (thank heavens it finally ended) this Hellboy-Batman-Starman (Who gives a f@%k about Starman?) team up has much to be desired. In the first place, if any crossover between well loved/known comicbook characters should have succeeded it should have been this one. Tons of overlap of personality and the similarly dingy worlds they both populate should ha [...]

    12. Crossovers! My favourite one has been with Ghost. It had a lot of mystical bullshit in it and seemed to work better. Yeah, interesting to see Batman team up. The story was decent but it felt a little like, gee whiz, we are doing a batman comic.

    13. One of the popular things to boost sales in the comics industry is to make a team of individually popular characters (like The Avengers or the various Justice Leagues) or have characters' worlds cross. Since Hellboy is in a universe of his own, this work is definitely the later. Actually, this volume contains two separate team-ups: Batman/Hellboy/Starman and Ghost/Hellboy.The first story follows Batman as he investigates the kidnapping of Ted Knight, the original Starman (who's a hero with a cos [...]

    14. Hellboy + Batman + Starman = :\, eh, who's Starman?I wanted to like Masks and Monsters, if only because Mignola illustrated (but didn't write) a Batman & Hellboy story. Sadly, there was very little for me to enjoy in this doubly-arced collection.The first tale is a cut & paste typical Hellboy story. Nazis are trying to revive an Elder God down in San Diablo. The BPRD disapproves. So does Starman, because the Nazi's kidnapped his genius father and are using him for malignant purposes. Bat [...]

    15. The writing for both of these crossovers was pretty meh and didn't add anything new to the Hellboy universe. They were pretty boring stories, but then again, I find most crossovers are. The Batman/Starman/Hellboy story had Mignola on art, which is always great.

    16. It's a fun read, but otherwise formulaic. Nazis do bad things, so Hellboy must team up with, uh--*spins roulette wheel*-- ah, Batman and uh,--*throws darts at dartboard*-- yeah, Starman to save Starman's dad from said Nazis doing bad things. Oh, and in the second story,--*rolls bingo cage*--Ghost is trying to get Hellboy into another dimension to awaken something with HB's right hand of exposition.Fun, but mildly boring.

    17. This volume dusts Hellboy off for a couple team-ups. The first two-parter has our favorite devil stop Nazis from summoning a great old one with help from Batman and Starman. The second brings in Ghost, a Dark Horse character I wasn't familiar with, to solve a magic-and-murder locked-room mystery.Both series are ok, although Batman focuses the attention a little more than Ghost does. The art is good; Mignola handles the first tale as only he can while Ghost artist Scott Benefiel does a great job [...]

    18. Hellboy and Batman. Together. In the same comic. That is so much WIN right there, it could only be expressed in all caps.But perhaps, it was too much WIN. The pairing, its inherent, overburdening WINNESS, broke the comic. Mignola tried to spread out all that concentrated WINNESS over a bland, run of the mill story. Dilute its potency a tad. Spread it thin, smoosh it out. Again: too much WIN. Or so he thought. But shouldn't there be a little bit of madness in a pairing such as this? I think so, y [...]

    19. First up: Hellboy, Batman & Starman beat up a bunch of Nazis who are trying to bring Lovecraftian horrors into our world. Hijinks & good times aplenty! For example:Starman (upon viewing impending elder god): Whoa, he's a big boy.Nazi: And many-sided.Starman: Now that was from Lovecraft. Don't be trying to impress me with watered-down H.P.On the other hand, The Ghost/Hellboy story is kinda dumb. The old Marvel Team-Up formula (heroes meet, fight due to stupid misunderstanding, eventually [...]

    20. James Robinson's Starman? Mike Mignola's Hellboy? And Batman for some reason? Be still my geekish heart!Well actually, there's a pretty standard plot here which seems to have laid aside the quirks of it's component characters in an attempt to shoehorn them together. Despite the input of both Mignola and Robinson, you won't find any of the fascinating folklore or wit Hellboy fans normally enjoy, nor Starman's usual thoughts on kitsch, beauty or responsibility. Mignola's depiction of Batman is int [...]

    21. Part 1 is the Hellboy Batman team-up.Part 2 is the Hellboy Starman team-up.Parts 1 and 2 are drawn by Mignola, but written by somebody else.Parts 3 and 4 are Hellboy and Ghost team-ups.Parts 1 and 2 are part of a single story.Parts 3 and 4 are a single - different story.Parts 3 and 4 are written by Mignola, but drawn by somebody else.So it isn't a single complete story from start to finish as I had hoped and expected it to be.Still, it is pretty darn good as far as team-ups stories and art go.So [...]

    22. Apparently, Hellboy stories only work when they're old school horror pulp or new wave dark fantasy craziness. The whole teamwork action-adventure tales don't really go all that smoothly. And Batman's in the first story! But he's not really Batman. He's some kind of lazy impression of Batman. Bogus. It could've been really awesome, but, then again, doing a classic superhero (especially one as cold and detailed as the Dark Knight) is tough. Eh. Sometimes, crossovers work. Sometimes, they don't. He [...]

    23. When I saw Batman teaming up with Hellboy I was like, "Oh hell yeah!" I wish that was what was in the whole issue! I am not familiar with Starman or Ghost but their team up with Hellboy is equally enjoyable. The Batman and Starman storyline is tied together, but the Ghost storyline is separate. It's a great book for any collector of Hellboy novels such as myself. I would also like to say that I got this book signed by Mike Mignola the co-author of the book and creator of Hellboy, and he drew a B [...]

    24. Part 1 is the Hellboy Batman team-up.Part 2 is the Hellboy Starman team-up.Parts 1 and 2 are drawn by Mignola, but written by somebody else.Parts 3 and 4 are Hellboy and Ghost team-ups.Parts 1 and 2 are part of a single story.Parts 3 and 4 are a single - different story.Parts 3 and 4 are written by Mignola, but drawn by somebody else.So it isn't a single complete story from start to finish as I had hoped and expected it to be.Still, it is pretty darn good as far as team-ups stories and art go.So [...]

    25. Two nice self-contained Hellboy stories. Added bonus: these stories are crossovers with Batman, Starman, and The Ghost. This book is a stand-alone, and takes place well Hellboy is still with the BPRD. I think this would be a nice addition to anybody's Hellboy library, especially anybody who enjoys the character or wants a good place to jump in.

    26. It was really fun to see Hellboy hanging with Batman, and I only wish that there had been more to that part of the first story. I'm not very familiar with Starman, and had never even heard of Ghost, so that probably took away from my experience.I could tell this was early-ish Mignola, and it wasn't really his best work, but it was still fun to read.

    27. Five stars for the Batman/Starman crossover; wavering between two and three for the Ghost crossover. Is that one of Ghost's usual artists? Is there always so much cleavage? And why must "sad girl deceived by transparent bad guy" be such a common plot? Let's just go back to punching Nazis and tentacle monsters, please. It's hard to go wrong punching Nazis and tentacle monsters.

    28. freaking awesome. It's got Batman. It's got Nazis. It's got Chthulu, or however you spell it. And it's got Hellboy opening up several cans of whoop-ass. (hyphenated, or no?)The story with Ghost doesn't have these things, but it's the B-side. We don't complain about the book because of the B-side. This is a winner.

    29. HELLBOY RETROSPECTIVE 2016I don't know why this volume exists. Hellboy didn't need to team up with Batman, Starman, or Ghost but if you're going to do so maybe it should rise above standard Hellboy fare to really take advantage of these other characters and the worlds they're mashing up. It doesn't. This is essentially WEIRD TALES Vol. 3 but not weird enough.

    30. The Batman/Starman portion of the book is pretty great (I'm partial to Mignloa's art) and the story is a bit of light fun. The Ghost section is too much a mash up that never really does anything. Seems a bit like a pointless crossover. I'd give the first part 4 stars and the second 2 for an average of 3.

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