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Appearing in "The Wild Hunt, Part 4"

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Villains:

  • "Edmund, Duke of Gloucester

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Locations:

  • England

Items:

  • Right Hand of Doom

Synopsis for "The Wild Hunt, Part 4"

Hellboy remembers back to the hunt when he slaughtered the giants and in the moment his horns grew back.

The creature introduces himself as Edmund and leads Alice and Hellboy between the worlds. On the way Alice asks Hellboy what it was like to be dead, but Hellboy does not really have an answer. Edmund asks Hellboy about a goddess who one lived under a tree in Leicestershire. Hellboy killed the creature in 1962 and her followers, small men, rise from the ground and attack Hellboy. Edmund calls Hellboy murderer and asks how many beings of power he has killed. The little men throw small poison spears and one hit Alice in the hand. Three birds arrive and scare away the creatures. The birds transform into three women say that their lady has medicine that can help and transport them to the outside of a castle surrounded by a moat of fire.

Appearing in "The Baba Yaga's Feast"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Death

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  • Cat
  • Bird

Locations:

  • Russia

Items:

  • Mortar

Synopsis for "The Baba Yaga's Feast"

Once upon a time there was a man who lived in a house near the woods with a bird and a cat. Each night the bird and cat would go to chop wood and always they warned that the witch Baba Yaga might come to count his spoons. The reason for this is unknown as the witch's way was not meant to be understand by man. However, the man was told that should she come, he should hide himself and make no sound at all.

And one night she did, and counted the spoons on the man's table as he hide. Fortunately, the cat and bird came to the house and scare the witch away. It happened again on the second night, but on the third the cat and bird had gone further in the woods and did not hear the man's cries as he is carried away by the Baba Yaga.

The witch took the man to her chicken-leg house, where she tells her daughter to see to the man be cook and prepare for her breakfast as she had to go off to Bald Mountain as it is the sabbath for her supernatural kind. Once the Baba Yaga left, her daughter demands the man to be in the cooking pot. But the man insists to the daughter that he it too big to fit in there. In proving this, the daughter put herself in the pot which fits perfectly. But, the man took advantage and shuts her in the pot before shoving it in the cooking furnace.

The next morning, the Baba Yaga has finish her sabbath and returns home to find a ready meal of the supposed man. The witch ate her breakfast until every bone was gnawed clean. Finally, Death came to her and inform that she have eaten her own child.

As for the man, he fled to the Great Monastery at Polostk, which the narrator thinks, lives his life there.

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TriviaEdit

Cover appeared on television's Big Bang Theory, Season 2, Episode 22, The Classified Materials Turbulence


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