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19 Books Like Hellboy, Vol. 1: Seed of Destruction

Hellboy, Vol. 1: Seed of Destruction is a comic book series created by Mike Mignola. The story follows the adventures of the titular character, Hellboy, a demonic creature who works for the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense. In this volume, we are introduced to Hellboy’s origins, as he is summoned to Earth by the Nazis during World War II but is instead raised by the Allied forces.

Years later, Hellboy and the BPRD investigate a series of strange occurrences that lead them to ancient ruins that has the power to destroy the world. Hellboy, Vol. 1: Seed of Destruction, sets the blending elements of horror, action, and mythology into a thrilling adventure.


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