Though Hellboy may be gone in the present, there are still plenty of stories to be told, and Dark Horse shared this early look at the upcoming Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. 1954 – The Black Sun #1.
Skelton Crew studios, the great people behind the Locke & Key replicas has announced the latest BPRD Artifact Archive Collection piece will be non other than Tom Ferrell’s “Lucky” Bone.
The small group of B.P.R.D operatives, led by Johann Kraus, continues to push forward into Chicago with one small hitch in their plan: a young survivor they accrued along the way, Lucas, has gone missing. Will they find him or will he be forever lost to the wastes? Should we care? Major Spoilers finds out.
Abe Sapien appears in his brand new ongoing series. After coming out of his coma to a brand new world, Abe heads out to try to chase some leads on an incident in San Diego. Will be successful or does the B.P.R.D. have other plans for the runaway agent? More after the jump!
In the current comic client with new number one issues coming out, seemingly, every week from The Big Two it is interesting and fresh to see a title go to a progressive numbering system in lieu of a new number one with every arc. Take the jump to read Dark Horse Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie’s comments about their decision with B.P.R.D.
Ota Benga from B.P.R.D. 1947 returns as newcomer Ashley Strode is sent to him to deal with a demon he may have information on. Take the jump for an early Major Spoilers look at B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Exorcism #1.
The Pickens County Horror promises to bring vampires to the pages of B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth. Do these bloodsuckers just suck or will you get your bang for the buck? That was awful, and I apologize.
The newest B.P.R.D. arc focuses on the strange bag of ectoplasmic gas that is Johann Kraus. With a confrontation looming in the frozen north, how will the corporeally-challenged medium handle his newfound responsibilities as a B.P.R.D. leader?
Press Release The epic story line that began back in 2010 with B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: New World is coming to a head in 2012. Dark Horse announces the most ambitious B.P.R.D. publishing schedule yet, with five new titles and some of the most earth-shattering events in the history of the series!
Dark Horse Comics has released a sneak peek of this week BPRD Hell on Earth: Gods issue. Take the jump to see what the bureau will be dealing with next.