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    Reviews - The Amazing Screw-On Head - HC

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9/10 - Uthor
A one-shot from Mignola collected with some other short stories written for the hardcover. The Amazing Screw-On Head is a robotic head that screws into different bodies and fights Victorian robots on Lincoln's behalf. It has all the traditional Mignola staples (robots, Nazis, monkeys), but more humor than his regular Hellboy/BPRD work. The extra stories feature more minor adventures in the Screw-On head universe, including a cute story written by his 7 year old daughter. The whole book feels like Hellboy-light (and, consequently, a little like Atomic Robo). It's almost like a parallel universe where the BPRD never existed. Or before the BPRD has existed.




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