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The Hellboy Universe list is now online!

I’ve given it a description, header image, custom post type, and it’s also got a custom character taxonomy (though none of the characters have been tagged yet.)

All the relevant books from the previous blog post have been added, along with a couple others that weren’t on there – making 53 new books added to the database.

Currently, the sorting is roughly chronological – Crossover volumes have been placed by the release of the issue that contains Hellboy characters, and some other books have been placed by official reading order suggestion (Volume 10 of Hellboy following Volume 9, for example, even though the contents were originally published before.)

Take a look at it and let me know if you have any suggestions! I haven’t read any Hellboy yet, unfortunately, but I’m going to pick up those sweet Library Editions soon.

Really looking forward to it!

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  1. Marc
    wrote on at July 24, 2010 10:05 am:

    Great work, Ian! I’ve been wondering how B.P.R.D. fits in with the main Hellboy books, so this list is extremely helpful for me.

    I think you’ll like the Library Editions. Just be careful with them, as the covers are made with some sort of cloth and it’s easy for things to adhere to it.

    Oh, and I didn’t realize Hellboy had appeared in Madman. Yet another reason for me to pick that up!

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  2. Ian Aleksander Adams
    wrote on at July 24, 2010 11:18 am:

    Thanks Marc. I’m kind of mostly guessing by the release dates, but I think this order should work well. Let me know if you’re going through it and thinks it needs tweaks.

    I’m thinking the Madman thing might have just been a cameo. Dunno.

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