Hellishly cute is in full swing in this brand new mini-bust collaboration.
Baltazar and Franco are behind the Eisner-winning “itty bitty Hellboy” comic, based on Mike Mignola’s iconic Hellboy, only cuter.
This officially licensed collectible measures 3.75-inches tall and features itty bitty Hellboy standing, with his trademark smirk, giving a thumbs up, on a big stack of buttery, syrupy pancakes. It’s beautifully sculpted by Arlen Pelletier.
Skelton Crew Studio has been collaborating with Mike Mignola since 2012 when it launched the B.P.R.D. Artifact Archive Collection, but this is its first collaboration with “Aw Yeah! Comics”’ Art Baltazar.
“It really captures Art’s style and the feel of ‘itty bitty’ — I couldn’t be happier,” said studio head Israel Skelton. “You can tell everyone in every step of the process really cared and really knocked it out of the park.”
“This is beautiful,” added Baltazar.
Each itty bitty Hellboy pre-ordered thru Jan. 31 will come with an extra sweet bonus: A hand-numbered, limited edition print of Art Baltazar’s concept art for the bust, signed by Baltazar.
Fans can find itty bitty Hellboy and other limited edition replicas at www.skeltoncrewstudio.com
About Skelton Crew Studio: Since Skelton Crew Studio’s founding in 2008, it has created officially licensed merchandise for best-selling and award-winning comic book series that include “Locke & Key,” “Hellboy,” “B.P.R.D., “CHEW,” “Mouse Guard,” “Head Lopper,” “Revival” and many more. The studio’s been featured on the A.V. Club’s Pop Culture Gift Guide, G4’s “Attack of the Show!”, MTV, Nerdist and dozens of other news and pop culture sites. Founder Israel Skelton has been sculpting and creating for more than 30 years.
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