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by John Arcudi,Scott Allie,Guy Davis,Dave Stewart,Mike Mignola
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  • Author:
    John Arcudi,Scott Allie,Guy Davis,Dave Stewart,Mike Mignola
  • ISBN:
    1595828605
  • ISBN13:
    978-1595828606
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    Dark Horse; First Edition edition (April 3, 2012)
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    448 pages
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Davis' run on BPRD: Plague of Frogs is second only to Eduardo Risso's .

Davis' run on BPRD: Plague of Frogs is second only to Eduardo Risso's superhuman artistry on 100 Bullets, and is tied (IMO) with even the great Mike Mignola's run as artist on Hellboy. The collaboration between John Arcudi and Guy Davis is almost as perfect as the artistic chemistry between Azzarello and Risso, Brubaker and Phillips, Morrison and Quitely, Gaiman and McKean. Following a huge numbers of frogs in book 2, this collection offers more diversity and originality. Arcudi and Davis take the BPRD further along their dark and strange journey. And again, value for money makes this a no-brainer.

Mike Mignola and Dark Horse present the complete Plague of Frogs saga, from Hollow Earth to The King of Fear J. R. Mounts.

Mike Mignola; John Arcudi . Plague of Frogs Hardcover Collection Volume 3. ISBN 13: 9781595828606. Mike Mignola; John Arcudi. ISBN 10: 1595828605 ISBN 13: 9781595828606. Publisher: Dark Horse, 2012.

Mike Mignola and Dark Horse present the complete Plague of Frogs saga .

Mike Mignola and Dark Horse present the complete Plague of Frogs saga, from Hollow Earth to King of Fear. Mike Mignola teams with cowriters Christopher Golden (Baltimore), Geoff Johns (Blackest Night), Tom Sniegoski (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), and others for occult adventure drawn by Ryan Sook (X-Factor), Cameron Stewart (Seaguy), Scott Kolins (The Flash), and, making his Hellboy-universe debut, award-winning, longtime . artist Guy. Davis! This hardcover collection includes the first appearances of Lobster Johnson and Johann Kraus! Over 400 pages, collecting Hollow Earth, The Soul of Venice,and Plague of Frogs.

Mike Mignola and Dark Horse present the complete Plague of Frogs saga, from Hollow Earth to The King of Fear. occult adventure rendered by Ryan Sook (X-Factor), Cameron Stewart (Seaguy), Scott Kolins (The Flash), and, making his Hellboy-universe debut, longtime award-winning . artist Guy Davis! show more. Format Hardback 410 pages.

by Mike Mignola · John Arcudi · Guy Davis. Vol. 6: The Universal Machine. Heralded by a bizarre villain from the . s past, an ancient monster-god marches across the American.

D The coming frog apocalypse heats up as Abe meets a secret society of Victorian cyborgs with ties to his origins, and Liz's visions grow increasingly dire! From Hollow.

Plague of Frogs Vol. 3 HC from John Arcudi and Mike Mignola, published by Dark Horse Comics. The coming frog apocalypse heats up as Abe meets a secret society of Victorian cyborgs with ties to his origins, and Liz's visions grow increasingly dire! From Hollow Earth to King of Fear-the entire war on frogs in four volumes! Over 400 pages, collecting BPRD v6-8: The Universal Machine, Garden of Souls, Killing Ground.

Hellboy creator Mike Mignola continues his collaboration with artist Guy Davis and cowriter John Arcudi to unravel a tale that will leave the earth shaken and the . This collection includes a sketchbook section chronicling Guy Davis's creation of the abominations unleashed in The Black Flame. is changed forever in this story revealing secret names, visions and dreams, a Nazi madman, and the death of a beloved agent. Written by award-winning Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, who also provides cover art., Dark Horse has sold over 50,000 copies of Mike Mignola's.

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Following the Bureau''s catastrophic encounter with the monster-god Katha-Hem, Kate heads to France with hopes of bringing Roger back to life, and Daimio reveals the truth about his death in the jungles of Bolivia. The coming frog apocalypse heats up as Abe meets a secret society of Victorian cyborgs with ties to his origins, and Liz''s visions grow increasingly dire!

Meztihn
This is the first B.P.R.D. trade paperback containing one long story, rather than a collection of stories. These are the issues that got B.P.R.D. its own continuing series, much like the Hellboy collections. It is also a great story with some important revelations for the Hellboy universe and its characters.

Be aware that although Mike Mignola drew the cover and wrote the story, the pencils were done by Guy Davis. In my opinion, if Mignola wasn't able to draw it, Guy Davis would be my next choice for anything Hellboy-related. However, Davis's art style is fairly different from Mignola's, so keep that in mind.

The Highlights: Great story, great art, and lots of tie-ins to the Hellboy storyline. The origin of Abraham Sapien is revealed! (though of course it raises many more questions). This story features the frog monsters and Rasputin from the first Hellboy story (Seed of Destruction). It also has an afterword by Mike Mignola and an eight page sketchbook of Davis's work and some of Mignola's notes.

Things to Consider: The story comes to a close, but it doesn't tie all of the loose ends up. This is because the story of the B.P.R.D. continues in other volumes. It left me wanting more, but not disappointed. There is also a little bit of recapping Hellboy stories that relate to this story. It didn't bother me in the slightest, but some people are bugged by that sort of thing. I felt like those parts added context to the story and didn't take up much space.

This is my favorite B.P.R.D. collection so far (out of 1-3), and it left me excited to read more! If you are worried about prior knowledge, this one takes care of that for you, and whether or not you know a lot about the B.P.R.D. it is a fun read! There should be more comics with giant fungus creatures and evil frog men!
Umi
Issue #1

The first issue (March 3, 2004) featured a cover by Guy Davis.

The BPRD's enhanced talents taskforce are called in to investigate when Professor Derby infiltrates a classified research facility in New Jersey and shoots dead Dr. Platt who has been working on scientific research into fungi and has grown a giant specimen in the lab.

Issue #2

The second issue (April 7, 2004) featured a cover by Guy Davis.

Abe, Kate, Liz, Roger and Johann have returned to B.P.R.D. headquarters with a captured frog monster and Director Manning reveals that the spore Dr. Platt had based his experiments on had recently been recovered from the ruins of Cavendish Hall and belong to the monstrous Sadu-Hem.

Issue #3

The third issue (May 5, 2004) featured a cover by Guy Davis.[7][8]

The team crash at Crab Point, Michigan Roger is strung up by a frog monster and Johann is dispersed leaving Kate to search for help whilst Abe and Liz face the demonic priest of Sadu-Hem who has summoned forth the frog monsters.

Issue #4

The fourth issue (June 2, 2004) featured a cover by Guy Davis.[9][10]

The entire town of Crab Point, Michigan has been converted into frog monsters and it is left to Liz to rescue Kate from a graveyard of revenants whilst Sapien faces execution at the behest of Rasputin who seeks revenge for Abe Sapien's involvement in his own death at Cavendish Hall years before.

Issue #5

The fifth issue (July 7, 2004) featured a cover by Guy Davis.[11][12]

Kate, Liz and Johann (temporarily inhabiting the rotting corpse of a dead dog) rush to save Abe whilst he hovers between life and death experiencing a mystical vision in which he witnesses his own origins as an undersea explorer called Caul caught up in the assassination of Abe Lincoln.

Collected edition

The five issues were compiled and reprinted in the trade paperback B.P.R.D.: Plague of Frogs (February 23, 2005, ISBN 978-1-59307-288-9), which also included an eight-page sketchbook with art from Davis and one page of thumbnails and scripts by Mignola.
Marinara
I love BPRD. The stories are creepy, but not overdone. The art is always something beautiful to look at. This collection is so much better than trying to read it from single comic books (Which is what I've been doing for years. I just found out about this format last month.)

It's a bit heavy, so have a good bed or desk to lay the book one while you read it.

I bought all 4 volumes at the same time, so all my reviews are pretty much the same. Roll with it.
WUNDERKIND
Big fan of Mike Mignola's work and creations, love his Hellboy work and this spin-off is no exception. Plots are always deep and well developed, art shadowy and the amount of research done into actual monster legends if often underestimated. A very fine instalment of a great franchise.
Love Me
If you are a Mignola fan and a graphic novel collector (as I am)... buy this series to compliment your Hellboy collection. You won't be disappointed.
Yannara
Love!
Zolorn
I've been catching up on the BPRD with these awesome Hardcovers. You get 3 volumes for the price of two and they come in a nice HC edition. This series just keeps building and building. Adding new characters, expanding on other characters pasts all the while moving the story forward with intense action. After the 4th comes out I'm going to lament not having as many volumes to catch up on.
The BPRD Palgue of Frog books are incredible! Every volume is packed full of excellent art, characters you care about, stories that can make you feel giddy or bum you out to no end. The books are incredibly high quality from the page thickness to the binding, these are going to stand the test of time (or multiple people reading them a few times a piece). Big props to Dark Horse for making these books so high quality and affordable. Thank you!