Following the global havoc created by the frog war, and with the B.P.R.D. now operating under strict U.N. oversight, our heroes face new horrors. People are once again vanishing from small towns, monsters are roaming in the woods, and a strange new creature arrives to create hell on earth.

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“Davis is an absolute master of creepiness; he creates atmosphere almost effortlessly.” – Newsarama

Writer: Mike Mignola, John Arcudi
Artist: Guy Davis
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Cover Artist: Guy Davis

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  1. Glad to see the main BPRD book back on the shelves. Last issue seemed to skip over details in favor of laying out the new status quo, so hopefully we get some resolution here.

  2. here is the token "is this a good place to jump on" question… Is it?  I just read the Abe Sapien mini and the first issue of Baltimore and loved both, but otherwise have no knowledge of BPRD or Hellboy. Thanks in advance!

  3. @ryanhoyt- I jumped on the series that came out last year and was able to enjoy it. I was so entertained by it that I bought all the other trades up to that point. The stories are self-contained but you would better understand the events in the B.P.R.D world better if you had read the series prior. My suggestion would be to read this series and if you like it then find back matter to get you up to the current point. Glad you liked the Abe sapien mini and the Baltimore 1st issue. I would also recommend the Hellboy series proper. They are continuing the story in a mini call the storm right now. The second issue just came out last week so you might be able to find both in your LCS. Welcome to the Mignolaverse. 

  4. i love guy davis

  5. One of the most consistently good books i’ve ever read

  6. @razoredge757 thanks for the info! i’ll definitely be picking this up now

  7. I really hate trade waiting!

  8. Gotta admit, something really has to start moving with this book. The past few minis have been very anticlimactic in my opinion. Seems like the past two minis or so have ended in big infernos directed from and resulting in circumstances we don’t really understand.

    Pacing really has been an issue in all the Mignola books lately. 

  9. It’s the deep breath before the plunge.

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