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    Default Questions re:Dark Horse's 2016's FCBD story "The Mirror"



    Don't know if/where/when this was answered before, but I was re-reading "The Mirror" from Dark Horse's FCBD issue for 2016, and a few questions about what happens in the first panel spring to mind.
    1.) Who is "Agent Hardin" who called in from the field?
    2.) Who/what were "the Dulot Sisters" the B.P.R.D. was involved with back in 1954?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post


    Don't know if/where/when this was answered before, but I was re-reading "The Mirror" from Dark Horse's FCBD issue for 2016, and a few questions about what happens in the first panel spring to mind.
    1.) Who is "Agent Hardin" who called in from the field?
    2.) Who/what were "the Dulot Sisters" the B.P.R.D. was involved with back in 1954?
    I don't think we've met Agent Hardin (someone correct me if I'm wrong), and the Dulot sisters simply sound like the last case he was on. Hellboy often makes references to old cases we've never seen—it's part of what makes the comic's universe feel bigger than what's shown on the page. Although, I suppose there's always a chance the Dulot sisters are related to Captain James Dulot from Hellboy in Hell: The Three Gold Whips, though I think that'd be unlikely. But there's always going to be more cases than we see in the comics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by middenway View Post
    I don't think we've met Agent Hardin (someone correct me if I'm wrong), and the Dulot sisters simply sound like the last case he was on. Hellboy often makes references to old cases we've never seen—it's part of what makes the comic's universe feel bigger than what's shown on the page. Although, I suppose there's always a chance the Dulot sisters are related to Captain James Dulot from Hellboy in Hell: The Three Gold Whips, though I think that'd be unlikely. But there's always going to be more cases than we see in the comics.
    Thanks for the clarification.

    Now we just have to wonder if/when we may get a story regarding Hellboy and Agent Hardin (along with any other B.P.R.D. members) and those Dulot sisters!

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