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Hellboy creator Mike Mignola ’s comic universe is sprawling and complex, with his Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense having many agents and iterations. However, with this week’s issue of B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know , it gets perhaps his B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know #5
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Hellboy creator Mike Mignola ’s comic universe is sprawling and complex, with his Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense having many agents and iterations. However, with this week’s issue of B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know , it gets perhaps his universe’s biggest surprise.

[Spoilers: unless you’ve read B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know No. 5, which came out Wednesday, be warned that the ending is revealed below.]

In conversation with The Hollywood Reporter , Mignola (who co-writes the comic with Scott Allie) commented upon the issue’s ending, which detailed the discovery of a coffin in which Hellboy was interred. And his eyes appeared to be opening, which corpses rarely do. Hellboy is alive.

“For a very long time we've known where this series was going,” Mignola said, referencing Hellboy’s death and journey through Hell in the two series Hellboy: The Fury and the aptly-named  Hellboy in Hell . The latter ended with Hellboy’s acceptance of death and his abandonment of his self-appointed post guarding Earth from supernatural evil.

Now, with his body found at the former B.P.R.D. HQ ruins, Hellboy seems to be back. “The reveal at the end of issue 5 was planned years ago and I sincerely hope it catches readers by surprise,” Mignola told THR.

With a new movie coming down the pike, the timing seems right for Hellboy’s return to the realm of the living. Rejoining the B.P.R.D. would be a big move for Red, but his future remains a mystery because, as THR notes, details surrounding his “potential return will be revealed in upcoming months.”

Before they were vanquished by the BPRD, Lovecraftian monsters created a Hell on Earth. Now Liz Sherman leads a crew through monster-infested ruins on the most important rescue mission of her life. As society tries to rebuild, strange cults vie for influence, and a demon emerges to lead the way . .

Hellboy creator Mike Mignola teams with Dark Horse veteran Scott Allie to bring fans a world on the verge of collapse after a demon invasion. Let’s find out if it’s any good.

Before they were vanquished by the BPRD, Lovecraftian monsters created a Hell on Earth. Now Liz Sherman leads a crew through monster-infested ruins on the most important rescue mission of her life. As society tries to rebuild, strange cults vie for influence, and a demon emerges to lead the way…

The world we know is gone and in its place a Lovecraftian nightmare remains. Cities across the country and around the world are in ruins, monsters roam, demons seek innocents to corrupt and what remains of humanity is slowly staggering back from near annihilation. If that wasn’t enough to deal with, a startling new occurrence has begun affecting people across the country, in the place where near everyone can count on for finding peace: their dreams.

In the midst of all this Liz Sherman, the famous pyromancer heroine from the Hellboy comics and films, leads a squad of B.P.R.D. operatives on a rescue mission into monster infested territory. Her squad is a group of rough soldiers sporting flamethrowers, machine guns and what appears to be some kind of lightsaber. Last but certainly not least is a man with a sword and an enjoyment of sticking it in monsters.

There are a lot of moving pieces here and you’ll find yourself asking a lot of questions without finding any answers. Granted, it’s the first issue–you can’t expect too much from a set up in the way of answers. That being said you’ll find yourself in a bit of a storyline highway with all sorts of things speeding by–monsters, two known villains, an almost definite third, an incomplete cryptic government memo and two separate squads of B.P.R.D operatives. Did you get all that?

It didn’t take more than a single page to reach the decision that I love Laurence Campbell’s work. The immersion here is fantastic. Within just a few pages the yellow diseased sky, the old rusted and rotted buildings and cars and the use of minimalism in the environments drop you into a world that feels bleak, broken and hopeless. Shifting gears from a broken, destroyed city to a dark, spooky house is no problem for Campbell. His use of shadows was absolutely awesome and easily set a terrifying tone for an exorcism scene.

A return to the demolished headquarters, the site of Kates death, reunites old team members as Abe pursues a demon and Varvara reveals her terrifying plans.

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Hellboy creator Mike Mignola ’s comic universe is sprawling and complex, with his Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense having many agents and iterations. However, with this week’s issue of B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know , it gets perhaps his universe’s biggest surprise.

[Spoilers: unless you’ve read B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know No. 5, which came out Wednesday, be warned that the ending is revealed below.]

In conversation with The Hollywood Reporter , Mignola (who co-writes the comic with Scott Allie) commented upon the issue’s ending, which detailed the discovery of a coffin in which Hellboy was interred. And his eyes appeared to be opening, which corpses rarely do. Hellboy is alive.

“For a very long time we've known where this series was going,” Mignola said, referencing Hellboy’s death and journey through Hell in the two series Hellboy: The Fury and the aptly-named  Hellboy in Hell . The latter ended with Hellboy’s acceptance of death and his abandonment of his self-appointed post guarding Earth from supernatural evil.

Now, with his body found at the former B.P.R.D. HQ ruins, Hellboy seems to be back. “The reveal at the end of issue 5 was planned years ago and I sincerely hope it catches readers by surprise,” Mignola told THR.

With a new movie coming down the pike, the timing seems right for Hellboy’s return to the realm of the living. Rejoining the B.P.R.D. would be a big move for Red, but his future remains a mystery because, as THR notes, details surrounding his “potential return will be revealed in upcoming months.”

Hellboy creator Mike Mignola ’s comic universe is sprawling and complex, with his Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense having many agents and iterations. However, with this week’s issue of B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know , it gets perhaps his universe’s biggest surprise.

[Spoilers: unless you’ve read B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know No. 5, which came out Wednesday, be warned that the ending is revealed below.]

In conversation with The Hollywood Reporter , Mignola (who co-writes the comic with Scott Allie) commented upon the issue’s ending, which detailed the discovery of a coffin in which Hellboy was interred. And his eyes appeared to be opening, which corpses rarely do. Hellboy is alive.

“For a very long time we've known where this series was going,” Mignola said, referencing Hellboy’s death and journey through Hell in the two series Hellboy: The Fury and the aptly-named  Hellboy in Hell . The latter ended with Hellboy’s acceptance of death and his abandonment of his self-appointed post guarding Earth from supernatural evil.

Now, with his body found at the former B.P.R.D. HQ ruins, Hellboy seems to be back. “The reveal at the end of issue 5 was planned years ago and I sincerely hope it catches readers by surprise,” Mignola told THR.

With a new movie coming down the pike, the timing seems right for Hellboy’s return to the realm of the living. Rejoining the B.P.R.D. would be a big move for Red, but his future remains a mystery because, as THR notes, details surrounding his “potential return will be revealed in upcoming months.”

Before they were vanquished by the BPRD, Lovecraftian monsters created a Hell on Earth. Now Liz Sherman leads a crew through monster-infested ruins on the most important rescue mission of her life. As society tries to rebuild, strange cults vie for influence, and a demon emerges to lead the way . .

Hellboy creator Mike Mignola ’s comic universe is sprawling and complex, with his Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense having many agents and iterations. However, with this week’s issue of B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know , it gets perhaps his universe’s biggest surprise.

[Spoilers: unless you’ve read B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know No. 5, which came out Wednesday, be warned that the ending is revealed below.]

In conversation with The Hollywood Reporter , Mignola (who co-writes the comic with Scott Allie) commented upon the issue’s ending, which detailed the discovery of a coffin in which Hellboy was interred. And his eyes appeared to be opening, which corpses rarely do. Hellboy is alive.

“For a very long time we've known where this series was going,” Mignola said, referencing Hellboy’s death and journey through Hell in the two series Hellboy: The Fury and the aptly-named  Hellboy in Hell . The latter ended with Hellboy’s acceptance of death and his abandonment of his self-appointed post guarding Earth from supernatural evil.

Now, with his body found at the former B.P.R.D. HQ ruins, Hellboy seems to be back. “The reveal at the end of issue 5 was planned years ago and I sincerely hope it catches readers by surprise,” Mignola told THR.

With a new movie coming down the pike, the timing seems right for Hellboy’s return to the realm of the living. Rejoining the B.P.R.D. would be a big move for Red, but his future remains a mystery because, as THR notes, details surrounding his “potential return will be revealed in upcoming months.”

Before they were vanquished by the BPRD, Lovecraftian monsters created a Hell on Earth. Now Liz Sherman leads a crew through monster-infested ruins on the most important rescue mission of her life. As society tries to rebuild, strange cults vie for influence, and a demon emerges to lead the way . .

Hellboy creator Mike Mignola teams with Dark Horse veteran Scott Allie to bring fans a world on the verge of collapse after a demon invasion. Let’s find out if it’s any good.

Before they were vanquished by the BPRD, Lovecraftian monsters created a Hell on Earth. Now Liz Sherman leads a crew through monster-infested ruins on the most important rescue mission of her life. As society tries to rebuild, strange cults vie for influence, and a demon emerges to lead the way…

The world we know is gone and in its place a Lovecraftian nightmare remains. Cities across the country and around the world are in ruins, monsters roam, demons seek innocents to corrupt and what remains of humanity is slowly staggering back from near annihilation. If that wasn’t enough to deal with, a startling new occurrence has begun affecting people across the country, in the place where near everyone can count on for finding peace: their dreams.

In the midst of all this Liz Sherman, the famous pyromancer heroine from the Hellboy comics and films, leads a squad of B.P.R.D. operatives on a rescue mission into monster infested territory. Her squad is a group of rough soldiers sporting flamethrowers, machine guns and what appears to be some kind of lightsaber. Last but certainly not least is a man with a sword and an enjoyment of sticking it in monsters.

There are a lot of moving pieces here and you’ll find yourself asking a lot of questions without finding any answers. Granted, it’s the first issue–you can’t expect too much from a set up in the way of answers. That being said you’ll find yourself in a bit of a storyline highway with all sorts of things speeding by–monsters, two known villains, an almost definite third, an incomplete cryptic government memo and two separate squads of B.P.R.D operatives. Did you get all that?

It didn’t take more than a single page to reach the decision that I love Laurence Campbell’s work. The immersion here is fantastic. Within just a few pages the yellow diseased sky, the old rusted and rotted buildings and cars and the use of minimalism in the environments drop you into a world that feels bleak, broken and hopeless. Shifting gears from a broken, destroyed city to a dark, spooky house is no problem for Campbell. His use of shadows was absolutely awesome and easily set a terrifying tone for an exorcism scene.



 
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