Hellcop #1 collector’s pack (Original Cover + 3 Variant Covers including Halloween 3D issue)

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Hellcop #1 – there’s nothing hellish about these stunning covers in his Hellcop comic book pack. This collector’s pack includes the original cover plus 3 variant covers including the Halloween 3D issue (includes 3D glasses).

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Hellcop #1 – there’s nothing hellish about these stunning covers in his Hellcop comic book pack. This collector’s pack includes the original cover plus 3 variant covers including the Halloween 3D issue (includes 3D glasses).

When mankind first broke through the walls between dimensions, nothing could have prepared them for what they would find in Known Reality Plane 1301-A: it was absolute Hell. Literally. A covert security force was quickly assembled to patrol the Hellplane and ensure that none of the nastier denizens made their way Earthside. They were dubbed the Pan-Dimensional Security Corps.

(W) Brian Haberlin (A) Geirrod Van Dyke (CA) Geirrod Van Dyke

This collector’s pack includes the original Hellcop #1 cover and three variant covers. Pack includes the following:

  • Hellcop #1 Cover A Geirrod Van Dyke
  • Hellcop #1 Cover B Geirrod Van Dyke Variant
  • Hellcop #1 Cover C Geirrod Van Dyke Variant
  • Hellcop #1 Halloween 3D Special Geirrod Van Dyke Variant

Official Image Press release:

Beloved ’90s classic Hellcop by Brian Haberlin and Geirrod Van Dyke will return to shelves—alongside a 3D special edition with 3D glasses included—this October from Image Comics.

“If you look through my dozens and dozens of sketch books over the years you’ll see one of my characters continually pop up more than all of the others…Virgil Hilts: Hellcop. This is a story and character itch I’ve desperately needed to scratch for…well decades,” said Haberlin. “Think of the story as a modern day Bladerunner meets the conspiracy of China Town. Virgil stumbles upon a shadowy cabal/vast cover up that he must expose in order to survive. We’re having a lot of fun building the world of Hell, which isn’t so different from our own. So keep an eye out for some old style comic ads in the books with a straight out of Hell flavor. We even have one of my favorite Hellions, Spawn, as an incentive cover of issue 1. It’s going to be one hell of a ride.”

When mankind first broke through the walls between dimensions, nothing could have prepared them for what they would find in Known Reality Plane 1301-A: it was Hell. Literally. A covert security force was quickly assembled to patrol the Hellplane and ensure that none of the nastier denizens made their way Earthside. They were dubbed the Pan-Dimensional Security Corps. The Hellcops.

Van Dyke added: “Brian’s designs for this are crazy fun, crazy creatures, monobikes, a lot of steampunk stuff. It’s really interesting to think of Hell as just another world, with doctors, lawyers, etc., that sometimes its natives would crossover to our world through “soft spots” and that’s why the things from this world fit our legends of Hell, because that is where we got the idea from in the first place. It’s the ultimate to get to reinterpret and modernize myths.”

Readers can celebrate the Halloween holiday with a 3D version of Hellcop #1available too that will include an exclusive Halloween-themed cover and a lovingly rendered full-color 3D interior. The 3D version of the comic will be bagged with 3D glasses.

Note: All of our comics are individually bagged and boarded for preservation and protection. Comic book packs containing multiple comics are bagged and boarded again!

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Weight11 oz
Dimensions11 × 7 × 1 in

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1 review for Hellcop #1 collector’s pack (Original Cover + 3 Variant Covers including Halloween 3D issue)

  1. Andy MacGregor

    An enjoyable first issue from Image Comics. My only criticism would be that it is very dialogue heavy. But given the storyline, I suppose this is necessary. It has a certain 90’s vibe to it and if you strip the book back to it’s bare bones, it’s essentially a murder/mystery book with some interdimensional travel thrown in for good measure. It’ll be interesting to see where the story goes in future issues

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