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Dec 31 15 3:40 PM
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Medieval Guy wrote:Sounds like he's just not into the grind of it any more...how long has it been since he's done any drawing on a reasonably regular basis?
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fubarthepanda wrote:Right, looks like Mignola will simply "co-plot" for awhile and let others run with it. From the sounds of it, Chris Roberson will be taking over for John Arcudi on BPRD, and Abe Sapien will be ending. Hope Arcudi sticks around for the occasional one-shot, whether it's Lobster Johnson or something else.
Irony and subtly are the first casualties
in the eternal battle of wits between people divided by a common language. So read between the lines or you'll fall through the cracks...
....Quoting other people is no substitute for thinking for yourself...
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fubarthepanda wrote:I like Arcudi as well, but BPRD has dragged for years since Hell on Earth began, so perhaps it's a good time for a change.
Jan 6 16 11:21 AM
deejayway wrote:I also wasn't particularly impressed by the last volume of Baltimore I read. I think the mag lost its thrust with the demise of the main antagonist.
Jan 6 16 12:35 PM
fubarthepanda wrote:The new volume six that was released today is great -- one of my favorites so far.
The new volume six that was released today is great -- one of my favorites so far.
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exredleg wrote:Impressive! Anyway you can tweak your checklist to put all the Mignolaverse collections in a reading order?
Jul 7 16 7:57 AM
fubarthepanda wrote:exredleg wrote:Impressive! Anyway you can tweak your checklist to put all the Mignolaverse collections in a reading order?
Here's a great reading order:http://www.multiversitycomics.com/annotations/hellboy-reading-order-2016/Note that it's basically the contemporary Hellboy, BPRD and Abe Sapien material that intersect. The other books mostly take place in the past (i.e. Witchfinder in the late 1800's, Lobster Johnson in the 1930's and 40's, and Baltimore [which is in its own separate continuity] in the 1910's and 20's) and can be read at anytime.
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