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Tad Stones on Hellboy: Blood and Iron Delays, Third DTV Script

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Tad Stones’ latest update to the Hellboy Animated production blog details some delays that Hellboy: Blood and Iron has encountered and the impact that it will have on the production crew. Reportedly, the overseas animators refused to hand in scenes until they were done do their satisfaction.

At the end of the post, Stones notes that he and Mike Mignola should begin working on the script to the third Hellboy Animated direct-to-video movie, and notes that the full green-light to start production on it will depend on the sales of the first DVD.

(via Comic Book Resources’ Comics Reel)

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