With the Russian bureau director on the brink of death, the B.P.R.D. somehow manages to stand their ground against Zinco's forces, while Liz Sherman and the Black Flame fight fire against fire in the skies of New York, Akira style.
B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #118 is superb entertainment so much sothat I'm honestly tempted to give ita perfect score, the only thing that holds me back is thatI know this team can do even better. Highly recommended. Read Full Review
Its always great when writers can pull off such an action-heavy issue without detracting from the overall plot development, and B.P.R.D. #118 manages to do this with finesse. This was a damn exciting issue in one of the best series out there, and an absolute must-read for any fan of the Mignolaverse. Read Full Review
Another killer issue that is loaded with action. Writing, characters and colors are all on point. However, im not the biggest fan of the art style and the black flame looks like a crappy cartoon villain. Now Liz is like a superhero, all of a sudden, with her flying "super-nova" bit. IS she the human torch now? what happened to character progression in BPRD?? even the final page action of Iosef seems heavy-handed and makes little sense to me. I am still liking BPRD but wish it was the old days...