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    Quote Originally Posted by SediarSago View Post
    Hello! I'm planning on getting into the Hellboy universe, including BPRD and other spinoffs! My friend lent me the first trade and I loved it! I can't wait to read more.
    However, I can't decide which way to start buying the universe. There are the library editions and the trades. I would prefer the library editions, but from the look of things, the trades included in those are all messed up in terms of their order.
    Does this make reading confusing for the series, or are the messed up in the same way that Secret Origin for Green Lantern can be read first in the series, even though it was published halfway through Johns' run?
    Should I go with the library editions or use the trades instead to go in the published order of the series? Which flows better as a series?
    Thanks!
    The library editions and omnibuses are designed to be the way people will be reading this story twenty years from now, so a lot of thought has gone into the order of the stories. Definitely go with the library editions, especially since they run, Darkness Calls, The Wild Hunt, and The Storm and the Fury back to back, the way they were meant to be read.

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    Look what just popped up on Amazon...

    It comes out October 6, so it'll be in comic book stores September 23.

  3. #63

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    The Issues:

    HELLBOY AND THE B.P.R.D.: 1952 #5 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Art by: Alex Maleev
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Alex Maleev

    On sale April 1, 2015

    Hellboy discovers the terrible truth of the Portuguese fortress, the murders in the village, and the man behind it all. But will he be able to save his fellow agents from the monsters and madmen?
    • Alex Maleev returns to Dark Horse!

    “A ‘classic’ Hellboy story . . . This is shaping up to be a landmark book in Hellboy lore.” —Bleeding Cool


    ABE SAPIEN #22: A DARKNESS SO GREAT (PART 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Scott Allie
    Art by: Max Fiumara
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Max Fiumara

    On sale April 8, 2015

    A tranquil Texas town, the last safe place in America, erupts in supernatural violence as Abe Sapien gets a true taste of Hell on Earth, and the lonely road he’s walked since leaving the Bureau gets even lonelier.

    “Deserves a spot on your pull-list.” —Unleash the Fanboy


    B.P.R.D. HELL ON EARTH #130: NOWHERE, NOTHING, NEVER (PART 1)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Art by: Peter Snejbjerg
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Laurence Campbell

    On sale April 15, 2015

    Agent Johann’s alienation from the other B.P.R.D. agents after a horrific mission causes him to take drastic measures. Will the other agents tell Kate what really happened? What will happen to the ghost agent?
    • A new arc starts here!


    FRANKENSTEIN UNDERGROUND #2 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola
    Art by: Ben Stenbeck
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Mike Mignola

    On sale April 22, 2015

    Chased by his tormentors into the center of the earth, Frankenstein’s monster becomes prey for a different kind of creature.
    • The sequel to Hellboy: House of the Living Dead!

    “[Mike Mignola] is returning to a monster that wouldn’t stay dead in his imagination.” —Comic Book Resources

    And an omnibus...

    B.P.R.D. 1946-1947-1948
    Written by: Mike Mignola, Joshua Dysart, and John Arcudi
    Art by: Paul Azaceta, Gabriel Bá, Fábio Moon, and Max Fiumara
    Colours by: Nick Filardi, Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Mike Mignola

    On sale June 3, 2015

    In the wake of World War II, Professor Trevor Bruttenholm—occult investigator and guardian of the young Hellboy—and a group of war-weary veterans investigate Hitler’s top-secret Project Vampir Sturm, exposing one of the greatest villains of the Third Reich, uncovering the secret history of vampires, and leading one Bureau agent to risk his soul and his mind. Collects B.P.R.D.: 1946, 1947, and 1948.
    • Value-priced hardcover!
    • Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon’s first collaboration with Mike Mignola!
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    The Issues:

    BALTIMORE: THE CULT OF THE RED KING #1 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden
    Art by: Peter Bergting
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Ben Stenbeck

    On sale May 6, 2015

    The Red King is legendary. But is he the stuff of myth—or the ultimate adversary of the human race? In this series, Lord Baltimore discovers the truth about an ancient evil that threatens to destroy the world.
    • A great starting point for anyone looking to delve into the world of Baltimore.
    • Baltimore’s ultimate quest begins here!

    “If you’re intrigued about horror in the early twentieth century, this promises to deliver on that premise.” —Bloody Disgusting


    ABE SAPIEN #23
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Scott Allie
    Art by: Kevin Nowlan
    Cover by: Kevin Nowlan

    On sale May 13, 2015

    Hellboy and Abe Sapien search for the infamous lake monster Ogopogo in British Columbia, as Kevin Nowlan (Hellboy: Buster Oakley Gets His Wish) rejoins the Mignolaverse!


    B.P.R.D. HELL ON EARTH #131: NOWHERE, NOTHING, NEVER (PART 2)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Art by: Peter Snejbjerg
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Laurence Campbell

    On sale May 20, 2015

    Kate confronts the BPRD agents after Johann’s disappearance to learn the truth about the motel massacre in a small Kansas town.

    B.P.R.D. comes with the highest praise, you simply owe it to yourself to read it again and again.” —Pop Matters


    FRANKENSTEIN UNDERGROUND #3 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola
    Art by: Ben Stenbeck
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Mike Mignola

    On sale May 27, 2015

    Frankenstein’s monster has been captured by an underground race of men, but instead of experimenting on the monster, their master shares the secret history of their people . . . and that of the Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra.
    • Hellboy’s creator takes on history’s greatest monster!

    A new trade paperback...

    ABE SAPIEN — VOLUME 6: A DARKNESS SO GREAT
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Scott Allie
    Art by: Max and Sebastián Fiumara
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Max Fiumara

    On sale July 15, 2015

    Abe Sapien stands accused of bringing about the end of the human race. He hits the devastated Gulf Coast, where the infestation of monsters began and a volcano leveled Houston, driving out most of the population. Taking refuge with a Mexican death cult in a strangely preserved south Texas town, Abe stands to lose what little he has left, in a place where demons dwell and the dead walk. Collects Abe Sapien #18–22.

    “With sturdy work by an intrepid creative team this jaunt comes recommended.” — Unleash the Fanboy

    And a novel...

    BALTIMORE; or, THE STEADFAST TIN SOLDIER AND THE VAMPIRE
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden
    Art by: Mike Mignola
    Cover by: Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart

    On sale July 1, 2015

    When Lord Baltimore awakens the wrath of a powerful vampire on the hellish battlefields of World War I, the world is forever changed. A deadly plague has been unleashed—one that even death cannot end.
    • The original prose novel featuring multiple illustrations by Hellboy artist Mike Mignola, plus the one-shot comic The Widow and the Tank.
    • The origin story of Lord Baltimore.

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    Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King #2 (of 5)

    B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #132

    Dark Horse Presents #11 - In a dream-oriented story that follows up on the correspondence Hellboy sent Abe Sapien in "The Chained Coffin," Abe responds to some of Hellboy’s advice in a story by John Arcudi and Mark Nelson.

    Frankenstein Underground #4 (of 5)

    Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1952 TP

  6. #66

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    Thanks, St. August.

    OK, here's the full details:

    BALTIMORE: THE CULT OF THE RED KING #2 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden
    Art by: Peter Bergting
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Ben Stenbeck

    On sale June 3, 2015

    Lord Baltimore’s search for the Red King continues, but an ancient evil that threatens the world has its grip on Baltimore’s closest friends. Will they be able to survive its wrath?

    “If you’re intrigued about horror in the early twentieth century, this promises to deliver on that premise.” —Bloody Disgusting


    B.P.R.D. HELL ON EARTH #132: NOWHERE, NOTHING, NEVER (PART 3)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Art by: Peter Snejbjerg
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Laurence Campbell

    On sale June 17, 2015

    Johann returns to the grave of an agent who died under his watch, only to discover the death was worse than he knew.

    B.P.R.D. is one of the most incredibly consistent and high quality books being published.” — All-Comic


    DARK HORSE PRESENTS #11
    “ABE SAPIEN: SUBCONSCIOUS

    Written by: John Arcudi
    Art by: Mark Nelson
    Cover by: Mark Nelson

    On sale June 17, 2015

    In a dream-oriented story that follows up on the correspondence Hellboy sent Abe Sapien in "The Chained Coffin," Abe responds to some of Hellboy’s advice in a story by John Arcudi and Mark Nelson.

    “Dark Horse’s prestigious anthology series . . . showcases emerging talent alongside some of the greatest writers, artists and cartoonists comics has to offer, as well as promising new and underground talents.” — ComicsAlliance


    FRANKENSTEIN UNDERGROUND #4 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola
    Art by: Ben Stenbeck
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Mike Mignola

    On sale June 24, 2015

    Deep underground, Frankenstein’s monster is taken captive by the Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra. But while their master shares his story, the monster discovers the true history of the lost city and the powers that inhabit it.

    “The iconic Frankenstein creature as imagined by the master of modern horror comics.” — IGN

    And a new trade paperback...

    HELLBOY AND THE B.P.R.D. — VOLUME 1: 1952
    Written by: Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Art by: Alex Maleev
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Mike Mignola

    On sale August 12, 2015

    A bizarre series of murders and rumors of something worse lead Professor Bruttenholm to send a young Hellboy to a Brazilian village on his first mission. Hellboy and a small group of agents uncover something terrible in the shadows of a sixteenth-century Portuguese fortress . . . Collects the five-issue miniseries.
    • Alex Maleev returns to Dark Horse!

    “A magnificent introduction into the universe Hellboy occupies.” — Comic Book Resources

    “With a solid cast, worthy text and the fact that I'm absorbed by the world of the B.P.R.D. as it existed in 1952 it's no wonder that this comes highly recommended.” — Unleash the Fanboy
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    Abe is taking a month off Eh? Well I guess there's the DHP short

  8. #68

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinkie View Post
    Abe is taking a month off Eh? Well I guess there's the DHP short
    Abe usually does that. It does five ongoing issues, one flashback, a break, and then back to ongoing. We usually get 10-11 issues every year.

  9. #69

    Default July 2015 solicitations

    OK, here's the full details:

    BALTIMORE: THE CULT OF THE RED KING #3 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden
    Art by: Peter Bergting
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Ben Stenbeck

    On sale July 1, 2015

    Lord Baltimore attacks a coven of witches to free his friend, but the witches will not give him up so willingly. Alone and freezing, the only one Baltimore can save now is himself. Will he survive the wrath of the witches?

    Scott Allie: The Cult of the Red King is the biggest, most ambitious Baltimore story yet. In the first few volumes of the series, the previous hardcovers, the biggest threat that loomed over the heroes had already been resolved in the novel, so we were more exploring that world and digging into the characters — but the stakes are much higher now. Not only is the threat, the Red King, much bigger than the vampire threat in the novel — we've basically gone from fighting Dracula to chasing the Devil — but the resolution is open. We always knew the toll that that vampire would take on Baltimore, and we knew the outcome. Now Baltimore is seeking out the heart of evil in his world, and it could literally take him anywhere. This arc and the next arc — which Christopher Golden has started writing — are real high stakes, with Baltimore losing one of his most trusted allies in the worst way possible.


    ABE SAPAIEN #24
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Scott Allie
    Art by: Sebastián Fiumara
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Max Fiumara

    On sale July 8, 2015

    Haunted by memories of Hellboy, Abe crosses paths with a horrible monster in a sunken town, which reveals secrets of his own pre-human origins.

    Scott Allie: Abe left the B.P.R.D. to confront the monster at the Salton Sea and prove he had nothing to do with the impending end of all mankind. The Salton Sea monster was gone, and Abe has spent the intervening months wandering and running from the truth. Now he's found another monster like it, in a Florida town that's sinking into the Gulf, and he's not running anymore. He's focused on getting answers. This is the first chapter of a trade that we're calling The Secret Fire, which will reveal big things about Abe and the Hellboy universe, and force him to deal directly with what he is once and for all. This issue is drawn by Sebastián Fiumara, and it's beautiful, with a reveal of the monster at the beginning that makes me feel guilty for asking Seba to draw something so over the top. But he also got to draw a few pages of Hellboy and Liz, so hopefully that makes up for it."


    B.P.R.D. HELL ON EARTH #133: MODERN PROMETHEUS (PART 1)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Art by: Julián Totino Tedesco
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Laurence Campbell

    On sale July 15, 2015

    Johann's fascination with the Sledgehammer armor leads to a strange journey into the past and the origin of "Project Epimetheus."

    Scott Allie: Artist Julián Totino Tedesco came in to do a two-parter in which Johann deals with his disintegrating humanity, and his relationships with his fellow agents in the B.P.R.D. This little two-parter changes things in a big way for Johann, and sets us up for a really climactic arc for this series. Sometimes stories happen like this in our books: An artist tells us something he really wants to draw — a certain character, a flashback to World War II — and instead of it just being service to those images, what we get is a story that gets to the most important stuff about the Hellboy series, and changes things in major ways. Writer John Arcudi did a great job with this one.


    FRANKENSTEIN UNDERGROUND #5 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola
    Art by: Ben Stenbeck
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Mike Mignola

    On sale July 22, 2015

    Frankenstein's monster confronts the danger lurking within the underground city. Can he save the spirit of the city or will he meet his end?

    Scott Allie: When Mike first told me this story, it was just good fun monster action. But the two surprises for me were in how amazing Ben Stenbeck's art evolves over the course of the series, and how much we wound up saying about the Hellboy universe. This has been happening a lot lately. Not too long ago we were talking about an Abe story, and as usual, we talked through all the bigger implications of the story, all the secrets behind the main action, and I said, "How much of that do we actually reveal here." And he said, "All of it." Not that we'll explain everything and end the mysteries, but we're at a point in the series where it's really time to start letting the answers reveal themselves. Earlier this week, we were plotting a single-issue story, and it seemed pretty simple and visually entertaining, but as we spoke, we got deeper and deeper into the big stuff, the things that make the Hellboy universe tick. Now, with Frankenstein, what we've wound up with is a very strange glimpse into the secret societies of this world, and the secrets they hold, or think they hold, about man's history, prehistory, and the monsters that hang over our world, and are right now wreaking havoc on the world of the B.P.R.D. and Abe Sapien. This last issue ties current B.P.R.D. to the old Guy Davis B.P.R.D., to Hellboy: The Island—and if you haven't read that stuff, now you won't have to to understand what happens next in the current stories. Of course, we'd never be so generous as to reveal these secrets to Hellboy, or Abe, or Liz, or someone who could really use them today, right...?


    LOBSTER JOHNSON: A CHAIN FORGED IN LIFE
    Written by: Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Art by: Troy Nixey
    Colours: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Tonci Zonjic

    On sale July 29, 2015

    Santa is in trouble! Santa was taken hostage after witnessing a hostile robbery and the death of a man. Hidden away in a mountain cabin, will the Lobster be able to find Santa and save Christmas?

    Scott Allie: OK, this one is a lark. We hadn't worked with Troy in a long time, and John Arcudi suggested him for one of the non-Tonci Zonjic Lobster Johnson issues. We're calling this one Christmas in July, because it is a Christmas story of sorts - complete with a riff on 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, and a down-on-his-luck department store Santa. It's really the most clever, wonky, yet grim thing John possibly could have done, with a very lame heist, and some real unattractive characters, Dick Tracy villains through the lens of Boardwalk Empire, with a fairly silent and murderous hero.

    And a new trade paperback...

    B.P.R.D. HELL ON EARTH — VOLUME 11: FLESH AND STONE
    Written by: Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Art by: James Harren
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Laurence Campbell

    On sale September 23, 2015

    Things seem to be going well for the B.P.R.D. With their alliance with the military, they now have all the munitions they need and, compared to what they faced in New York, an easy mission to clear a small town. But the town has strange connections to Howards's past as a prehistoric warrior, and more than its share of monsters. This volume collects B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #125–#129.

    Scott Allie: Agent Howards first appeared in a two-parter called The Abyss of Time, drawn by James Harren. In that story, Howards got connected to the spirit of an ancient warrior chieftain who'd fought monsters in the earliest days of the human race with a little help from some shamanistic magic. Howards has barely spoken since then, but he's emerged as one of the coolest B.P.R.D. characters, wielding an ancient sword and possessing inexplicable knowledge about how to fight the monsters. Flesh and Stone finally delivers Howards to the main stage, with James Harren back working with John Arcudi to make Howards an epic character worthy of standing shoulder to shoulder with Liz, Johann, and the guys who are missing, Abe, Hellboy, Roger. Howards is going to be very important from now on in B.P.R.D., and this is the definitive Howards story, with plenty of Liz, Johann, and Kate, to show his connection, and disconnection, from the Bureau.

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    plus a sweet hardcover reprint of the amazing Aliens Salvation!!

    MIGNOLA! GIBBONS! NOWLAN!
    Aliens: Salvation HC
    Dave Gibbons (W), Mike Mignola (P/Cover), Kevin Nowlan (I), and Matt Hollingsworth (C)
    On sale Sept 2
    FC, 56 pages
    $10.99
    HC, 6 5/8″ x 10 3/16″
    One of the most memorable Aliens tales ever told, now available as a premier-edition hardcover! When the most pious crewman aboard the Nova Maru is forced to abandon ship with his mad captain, the two are marooned on an inhospitable and remote world—and they’re not alone . . .
    • Back in print for the first time in over a decade!
    • Deluxe hardcover format with a new cover by Mike Mignola!

    New Cover by: Mike Mignola

    and

    The Hellboy 100 Project HC & TP
    Various (A)
    On sale Sept 23
    FC, 120 pages
    $24.99
    HC, 7” x 10”
    On sale Sept 23
    FC, 120 pages
    $12.99
    TP, 7” x 10”
    In the now-grand tradition of Hero Initiative’s previous and wildly successful 100 Project books, Mike Mignola’s signature creation comes to the fore! ALL of Hero’s original covers to Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1952 #1 are on display in this great book, with art by John Cassaday, Francis Manapul, Todd Nauck, Whilce Portacio, Eric Powell, Paolo Rivera, Bill Sienkiewicz, and of course, Mike Mignola!
    • This book will NEVER be reprinted, and all proceeds go to Hero Initiative and comic book creators in medical and financial need!

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    Thanks for adding that, Saint August!

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    August's solicitations are out. Here are the issues...

    BALTIMORE: THE CULT OF THE RED KING — PART 4 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden
    Art by: Peter Bergting
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Ben Stenbeck

    On sale August 5, 2015

    The ancient origins of the Red King's cult have been discovered.

    The influence of the Red King grows stronger, but Baltimore's faithful allies have discovered the origins of the original cult. With this new knowledge, are they closer to ending the terror consuming the world or further than ever from salvation?

    "Baltimore is classic Mignola." —The Weekly Crisis


    ABE SAPIEN #25: THE SHADOW OVER SUWANEE — PART 2 (of 3)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Scott Allie
    Art by: Sebastián Fiumara
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Max Fiumara

    On sale August 12, 2015

    A small Florida town manages a strange kind of survival in the shadow of a giant monster where Abe finds secrets about his origins and his role in the end of the world.

    "Mignola has created a world that appears familiar in both setting and character stereotype, but done so well that for the most part, you enjoy the book for what it is." —Comic Crusaders


    B.P.R.D. HELL ON EARTH #134: MODERN PROMETHEUS — PART 2 (of 2)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Art by: Julián Totino Tedesco
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Laurence Campbell

    On sale August 19, 2015

    Johann is lost in the memories of the Project Sledgehammer… Can he regain himself and control of the suit in time to save the BPRD?


    HELLBOY IN HELL #7: THE HOUNDS OF PLUTO — PART 1 (of 2)
    Written by: Mike Mignola
    Art by: Mike Mignola
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Mike Mignola

    On sale August 26, 2015

    A sickness eats away at Hellboy. Though he's dead, he risks losing himself and becoming one of the hollow phantoms that haunt Hell. A team of doctors promise a cure, but they need something from him first…

    "[Mike Mignola] has lost none of his touch, delivering page after page with cinematic action sequences, haunting imagery, and inventive layouts that all contribute to the sense that Hellboy is on the cusp of something huge." —IGN

    And here's a gallery edition...

    P. CRAIG RUSSELL'S MURDER MYSTERIES AND OTHER STORIES (Gallery Edition)
    Written by: Neil Gaiman, Ray Bradbury, Clive Barker, Mike Mignola, H. P. Lovecraft, Oscar Wilde, and more
    Art/Cover by: P. Craig Russell

    On sale October 28, 2015

    This gallery edition features high-quality scans of master illustrator P. Craig Russell's original art, printed at art-board size, in a collection of stunning, complete adaptations of works by Neil Gaiman, H. P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradbury, Mike Mignola, Clive Barker, and Oscar Wilde; the Spirit story "Art Walk"; and much more stunning artwork by this legendary graphic storyteller.
    • Reproducing P. Craig Russell's original art at full size.
    • Stories by Gaiman, Bradbury, Lovecraft, Mignola, and many more!

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    Volume 12 of Hell of Earth on Amazon now. January 5
    http://www.amazon.com/B-P-R-D-Hell-E...3MH2M0HEYY6J89

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    Actually, it'll be December 23... You'll get to see a tiny tease of the cover tomorrow.

    UPDATE: Here.
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    September's solicitations are out. Here are the issues...

    BALTIMORE: THE CULT OF THE RED KING — PART 5 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden
    Art by: Peter Bergting
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Ben Stenbeck

    On sale September 2, 2015

    Baltimore’s companions risk their lives for the steadfast tin soldier, but the Red King gains powerful new allies. Can the hero with no heart overcome the dark forces, or will it take a new sort of man to defeat the most ancient of evils?

    Featuring art from Peter Bergting (The Portent, Domovoi).

    "Baltimore is classic Mignola." —The Weekly Crisis


    ABE SAPIEN #26: THE SHADOW OVER SUWANEE — PART 3 (of 3)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and Scott Allie
    Art by: Sebastián Fiumara
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Max Fiumara

    On sale September 9, 2015

    Abe left the BPRD to confront the monsters to which people said he was connected. Now he’s found one, towering over a doomed Florida town, leading to a terrifying meeting of the minds as Abe dives headfirst into the question of his own origins and purpose.

    "Abe Sapien is arguably one of the strongest titles in the Mignolaverse and considering the other titles involved, that says it all right there, doesn't it?" —All-Comic


    B.P.R.D. HELL ON EARTH #135: END OF DAYS — PART 1 (of 5)
    Written by: Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
    Art by: Laurence Campbell
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Laurence Campbell
    Variant cover by: Mike Mignola
    On sale September 16, 2015

    The impossible will happen!

    The stakes have never been higher going into the final massive story of Hell on Earth as the Black Flame tests the limits of his power.


    HELLBOY IN HELL #8: THE HOUNDS OF PLUTO — PART 2 (of 2)
    Written by: Mike Mignola
    Art by: Mike Mignola
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Mike Mignola

    On sale September 23, 2015

    A mummified cat, a trial in Hell, and a horrible family reunion stand in the way of Hellboy’s search for a cure.

    "Mike Mignola has returned to his signature creation to do the best work of his career in Hellboy in Hell" —The Los Angeles Times/Hero Complex
    "The master of modern horror comics." —IGN

    And a trade paperback...

    FRANKENSTEIN UNDERGROUND
    Written by: Mike Mignola
    Art by: Ben Stenbeck
    Colours by: Dave Stewart
    Cover by: Mike Mignola

    On sale November 25, 2015

    After a fight with Hellboy, Frankenstein’s monster escapes the terrible Mexican laboratory where he was imprisoned and discovers strange creatures beneath the desert, where he’ll learn some of the greatest secrets of the mystical world in the strangest Hellboy spinoff yet!

    Collects Frankenstein Underground #1–#5.
    • The sequel to Hellboy: House of the Living Dead!

    "Compelling from cover to cover, and manages to exceed expectations with haunting art on almost every page." —Bloody Disgusting
    "Its dark and Lovecraftian tone jells perfectly with the character of Frankenstein's monster. With such an all-star creative team behind the project, I eagerly await what darkness our Franken-friend is poised to plumb." —The Fandom Post

    And a neon sign...

    B.P.R.D. NEON SIGN



    On sale September 2, 2015

    The neon sign stands at 13” tall, 9.25” wide
    Packaged in foam in 19” x 13” x 3” full-color box
    $99.99

    Reveal your secret membership in the world’s most elite covert organization with our new BPRD neon sign. The logo for the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense is instantly recognized by Hellboy fans and readers of Mike Mignola’s vast comic universe. The light glows red with a black base. Can be displayed on a flat surface or hung. Includes cord and plug.
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