As Manhattan erupts with Lovecraftian demons, a young psychic must lead the remaining B.P.R.D. crew through the monster-packed streets of New York back to headquarters for safety, as Liz Sherman goes supernova.
While its been said here many times before, B.P.R.D. is one of the most incredibly consistent and high quality books being published. The Reign of the Black Flame arc is another perfect addition to the ever-expanding Mignolaverse that this team should be very proud of. Read Full Review
Wow. This was "Hell On Earth." How do you top this? And where does the B.P.R.D. go from here? I poured over each page for every detail and will see this series through until the bitter end, and it's getting very bitter. Read Full Review
As much as I love his action scenes, I like his human moments more, and it's where I can see him growing the most as an artist. Take a look at "Abe Sapien: The Devil Does Not Jest" and then "The Long Death" then this, and you can see his character work evolving in leaps and bounds. The eyes are fantastic, but it's not just limited to that. He can draw a character as a distant figure with gesture so clear you feel the mood they're in effortlessly. Read Full Review
B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #119 is the type of comic that I want to review. It's smart, spunky and always keeps its narrative progression in mind. Add in the closing set up and you have a jaunt that without a doubt comes recommended. Read Full Review