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Hellboy: Odder Jobs by Christopher Golden

Preview — Hellboy by Frank Darabont. Odd Jobs 2 by Frank Darabont. Charles de Lint Goodreads Author. Christopher Golden Goodreads Author Editor. Lavishly illustrated by creator Mike Mignola! Paperbackpages.

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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured ehllboy Listopia. Another great book of Hellboy short stories! A few standouts in this volume: Down in the Flood: Great humor story A Full and Satisfying Life: Ray Garton spins this tale of Hellboy Vs. Featuring the tooth fairies from the Hellboy Movie These Another great book of Hellboy short stories!

Featuring the tooth fairies from the Hellboy Movie These are just a few. I enjoyed every story in the volume, just some more than others. I think I even liked this one slightly better than Odd Jobs, the first collection.

If you are a Hellboy fan, read this one for sure! You know you have created something really good when other writers and artists want to contribute to the stories of your character. Hellboy is a character and this collection of stories from some of the industries top talent showcase the character and his universe in new and interesting ways.

I liked this volume of Hellboy stories much better than the first. This group of writers seems to have a better handle on the characters. There was also a much greater ratio of hits to misses for me than the first book.

The first story in Odder Jobs, The Brotherhood of the Gun, is so enjoyable that it has found a special place in my heart amidst my other Hellboy all-time favorites such as Pancakes, the Corpse and the Third Wish. This volume also features Mignola illustrations with the sixteen stories. Lots of fun; Hellboy rocks! Better than prior volume. Always a problem when you have multiple contributers. This was still wonderful, but overall did not grab me like the other anthologies.


There were definitely some very high highs and I would still recommend it to any fans of the character or fans of pulpy, short horror stories. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Some of the best syfy short stories that I have read. Actually some are more fantasy — but interesting, unique plots. Part of a reading jag that I didn’t record. This is a book very good.

Here hellgoy have the second collection of short stories involving Hellboy. This time there is an introduction and story from Frank Darabont the story is one of my favorite of the lotalong with another group of fantastic storytellers getting the chance to play in Mike Mignola’s sandbox.

Author Charles de Lint even crosses over his own characters from his Here we have the second collection of short oddder involving Hellboy.

Hellboy: Odder Jobs by Frank Darabont

Author Charles de Lint even crosses over his own characters from his Newford series with the BPRD as they take on a kraken deep underground my other favorite story from this collection. Odder Jobs is a good follow up to the previous Odd Jobs collection. As with any assortment of short stories, some are better than others. For those lovers of Hellboy these short stories really fun.

Not so sure about the few stories at the beginning, but got better towards the end. I’d say that ‘The Vampire Brief’ was probably my favourite from the collection. These short stories by various Hellboy-fanboy authors are a hoot. More Odd Jobs, please! This is a great collection of stories.

Hellboy fans really need to get this book. Odder Jobs and odd jobs are great collections of short stories rather your a fan of Hellboy, or if your lookn for someoff the wall action horror. As a fan of Hellboy, I feel like I can never get enough from the comics and collections I get my hands on. As my first journey into the novels, this collection of short stories did not disappoint. Amos Edana rated it it was amazing Sep 26, Brisa Enriquez rated it it was amazing Sep 03, Jesse rated it liked it Oct 26, David Gaitan rated it really liked it Mar 19, Nate rated it liked it Dec 28, Dennis O’Leary rated it it was amazing Aug 13, Slujones rated it really liked it Jul 29, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.


Frank Darabont born January 28, is a Hungarian-American film director, screenwriter and producer. Early life Darabont was born in a refugee camp in in Montbeliard, France. His parents fled Hungary after the Hungarian Revolution. When he was still an infant, his family moved to the United States.

Career By the age of 20, Darabont became involved in filmmaking. One of his first films was a short adaptation of Stephen King’s The Woman in the Room, which made the semi-finalist list for Academy Award consideration inand was shown in its entirety in the syndicated television special, Stephen King’s World of Horror.

Prior to his directing career, Darabont was a successful screenwriter with work on genre films that included: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: He became famous, however, after making good on the deal with Stephen King by writing and directing The Shawshank Redemption for which he was nominated for a Best Adapted Screenplay at the Academy Awards.

The film was also nominated for six other Academy Awards including Best Picture. After a five-year hiatus, Darabont returned to the screen with the well-received The Green Mile, a film he directed, scripted and produced. He followed this with The Majestic two years later in to considerably less fanfare.

Inhe penned an early draft of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and while Spielberg reportedly loved it, George Lucas rejected it. The story, originally written in his early twenties, first appeared in Jessie Horsting’s magazine Midnight Graffiti. His film The Mist marked his fourth adaptation of a Stephen King work, and the film received worldwide praise from many audiences, despite not being a hit at the box office.

Recently, director Guillermo del Toro commented that he had read a draft of Frankenstein written by Darabont that he would “kill to direct. No official word has been given on the film’s development.

Darabont has also explained that he will be adapting King’s The Long Walk into a film. No plans have been made for it yet, but Darabont explained that he would “get there eventually.

He appeared in a September 12, episode where he is now the director of the film about Enzo Ferrari, who Vince is portraying.

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