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B.P.R.D.: 1948 #5

Paranoia plagues members of the team as one scientist begins to suspect Bureau members are being replaced by beings from another universe.

* A direct lead-in to next month’s B.P.R.D.: Vampire by Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon.

“Fiumara has a delightfully weird figure style that’s distinct but still fits in with the long-established aesthetic of the Hellboy and B.P.R.D. comics—Comics Alliance

Writer: Mike Mignola & John Arcudi
Artist: Max Fiumara
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Cover Artist: Dave Johnson

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  1. Yay! A BPRD book with charcters readers actually know.

  2. My last BPRD book for the foreseeable future. I’m just tired of it. Too many books. Good bye, old friend.

  3. That was an ending? I was kind of into this until that weird flash forward.
    Getting kind of tired of the side stories with bprd. It always feel like nothing happens and that the only saving grace is the high quality artists they attract. I think the only minis that have stood out lately were those drawn by James Harren. Major pacing and plotting issues all around the mignolaverse lately.

    • The “Vamipre” mini that starts next month(by Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba) is directly linked to this story by way of Anders, so we might get more of a conclusion from that. It’s kind of a bummer, until you consider the awesomness that those two can lay down on a comic.

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