First Images Of Hellboy From Upcoming Reboot Are Amazing

First Images Of Hellboy From Upcoming Reboot Are Amazing

First Images Of Hellboy From Upcoming Reboot Are Amazing

The first official image of "Stranger Things" actor David Harbour in character as the kitten-loving, cigar-smoking antihero has arrived.

The first-look of Harbour as Hellboy was shared with fans, and its caption of "Holy crap" was very appropriate. Let me know in the comments down below!

First Images Of Hellboy From Upcoming Reboot Are Amazing

If you check out Twitter, you will find plenty of fans freaking out over Harbour's look. This is due in large part to former director Guillermo del Toro's vision, Perlman's formidable on-screen presence, and the makeup artists that perfected the Hellboy look in the previous two films, giving the creatives behind the reboot a solid foundation from which they could work. But then again... why bother improving on perfection? Harbour has made a complete transformation into Dark Horse Comics' most popular character.

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John has loved movie monsters for as far back as he can remember.

Dark and hard times lie ahead for our cigar-chomping protagonist, then, but judging by today's first look, we pity any fool that dares stand in Hellboy's path - human or otherwise. He is particularly interested in the critical and analytical discussion of the best stories the horror genre has to offer.

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