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In the hellish frontiers of the American Wild West, nineteenth- century occult investigator Edward Grey finds himself caught in a showdown with an evil witch, bloodthirsty criminals, and zombie cowboys! EC Comics legend John Severin (Two-Fisted Tales) rejoins the Hellboy line after his stellar debut in B.P.R.D.: War on Frogs! Collects the five-issue miniseries. • Cover art by Mike Mignola! • John Severin's weirdest western yet! • "If I can recommend Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever for any reason, the biggest would be John Severin's art…an old master returning to the drawing board."—Newsarama

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Sir Edward Grey takes on Victorian London's most infamous killer: Jack the Ripper! Abandoned by Scotland Yard when he insists on an occult purpose to the murders, Grey finds an ally in American occult adventurer Sarah Jewell. Their investigation leads them to the Proserpine Home for Wayward Women, and a dangerous conspiracy that reaches the highest levels of British political power! Mike Mignola, Chris Roberson, and Christopher Mitten tell the story of this turning point in the Witchfinder's history with help from colorist Michelle Madsen and letterer Clem Robins. Collects Witchfinder: Reign of Darkness #1-#5 and bonus material.

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A series of occult events mystifies the man known as the Witchfinder, but even more surprising is the revelation that he is not alone in exploring the paranormal in London. When a personal invitation arrives from the palace, Sir Edward Grey is pulled even deeper into underground supernatural exploration alongside new allies in the race to stop a mad scientist from destroying London in his pursuit of mystical power. This volume collects Witchfinder: The Gates of Heaven #1-#5 plus bonus material.

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Flesheating corpses and an ancient temple discovered beneath London lead authorities to call upon Edward Grey, Queen Victoria's official occult investigator. But the sinister Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra also has interests in the underground ruins. When they ask for Grey's help, he has to wonder if the threat is great enough to team up with a secret society he's sworn to destroy. Hellboy creator Mike Mignola teams with his new writing partner Chris Roberson (iZombie, Hellboy & the BPRD 1953) and his original Witchfinder collaborator Ben Stenbeck (Frankenstein Undergound) for an occult mystery exploring the darkest corners of London.

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Sir Edward Grey is sent to Hallum to investigate the death of a crown-appointed official, but once he is there he hears rumors of the mysterious Unland, the wetlands around the town, and the creatures that inhabit it. Grey's skepticism of the murder vanishes when he encounters the monsters of Unland, and he realizes that Hallam is a place of secrets.

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In the hellish frontiers of the American Wild West, nineteenth- century occult investigator Edward Grey finds himself caught in a showdown with an evil witch, bloodthirsty criminals, and zombie cowboys! EC Comics legend John Severin (Two-Fisted Tales) rejoins the Hellboy line after his stellar debut in B.P.R.D.: War on Frogs! Collects the five-issue miniseries. • Cover art by Mike Mignola! • John Severin's weirdest western yet! • "If I can recommend Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever for any reason, the biggest would be John Severin's art…an old master returning to the drawing board."—Newsarama

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Mike Mignola teams up with artist Ben Stenbeck (B.P.R.D.: The Ectoplasmic Man) for a look into one of the Hellboy universe's greatest enigmas: nineteenth-century occult investigator Edward Grey! In one of Grey's first cases as an agent of the queen, he goes from the sparkling echelons of Victorian London to its dark underbelly, facing occult conspiracies, a rampaging monster, and the city's most infamous secret society: The Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra. This volume collects Witchfinder: In the Service of Angels #1-#5. This book also includes "Witchfinder: Murderous Intent," from MySpace Dark Horse Presents #16, by Mignola and Stenbeck, and "Henry Hood: The Burial of Katharine Baker," from Hellboy: The Wild Hunt, by Solomon Kane writer Scott Allie and Abe Sapien: The Haunted Boy artist Patric Reynolds. • "All in all, this is a detective story that blends just the right amount of cerebral investigation with Mignola's trademark horror and adventure. And perhaps best of all, the story stands on its own very well, regardless of your past experience with Hellboy or B.P.R.D."—IGN