This issue picks up right where the last issue left off. Liz Sherman is confronted by two crazy hillbillies, neither of which prove to be much of a challenge. Unfortunately, once Liz thinks she has a victory, it turns out she in even deeper trouble. And repeat, and repeat aaaaand repeat. It turns out that there's a lot more to this than just two sadistic rednecks. Poor Liz never really catches a break this issue, not even really at the end. Not that she expects one. Liz's sardonic humor and stern expressions really convey her frustration, but not surprise, at the fact that she has found herself in yet another dire situation despite trying her best to hide from it all. Read Full Review
This is a no-brainer if you picked up the first issue, you won't be disappointed and frankly the reveals that this issue contains for the Hellboy-verse are shocking and nothing that's even been hinted at in the first issue. The only thing I would say is that it comes across a bit like a tie-in to Hellboy: The Fury which is great for those reading that series as well, but not perfect for people that may only be reading B.P.R.D. Read Full Review
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