Welcome to a BPRD storytime presented in glorious extra color by me, Guy B. PRD.
Today we'll be taking a look at the finale of the Plague of Frogs cycle, King of Fear.
Hope you enjoy!
Great as always.
Is it really fall already?
Well, one teacher from my college is going to fuck over all my degree by making me fail one exam with a 4,5 when every other subject is passed and I have a 10 in my last proyect, so I'm reading storylines to forget about it for now.
That's a bummer. How are they making you fail an exam?
And that concludes the Plague of Frogs story cycle, hope you all enjoyed!
Next up is BPRD: Hell on Earth. I'm going to be taking a few days off before that though.
See you folks then!
I'm trying to think if there's anything that happens in them that affects HoE. I know the other tie-ins are a bit more important in that sense (Abe Sapien: The Abyssal Plain introduces Sal Tasso and Iosif, for example)
Okay, here's what you can do. Read Hellboy until volume five, Conqueror Worm. From that point, you can read Hellboy and BPRD pretty much interchangeably.
BPRD is collected in a number of trades but Plague of Frogs, the 12-volume story Guy here just finished, is collected in 4 hardcover (soon to be paperback as well) volumes labeled Plague of Frogs, so that's simple.
After the events of Plague of Frogs comes Hell on Earth, which is ongoing and will soon fill its tenth trade with no sign of slowing down.
As far as other BPRD offerings, there's 1946, 1947, and 1948, aka the Origins trilogy. They take place exactly when you think they do with those names.
Also in that time period is BPRD Vampire, which continues a storyline started in 1947.
Other tie-ins I would recommend be read between Plague of Frogs and Hell on Earth.
Lobster Johnson has four volumes, Sir Edward Grey: Witchfinder has almost completed three, and Sledgehammer '44 has just the one.
Abe Sapien's solo series is a bit more difficult, but I recommend the first two trades (The Drowning and The Devil Does Not Jest & Others) before Hell on Earth, and everything past that (starting with Dark and Terrible) can be read after volume five of BPRD Hell on Earth.
Well folks I suppose I can post a little while I read Dan's storytime.
Maybe he'll come back in Abe Sapien?
I like to think they got together and was like "so i've been playing x-com if you replaced the aliens with monsters and demons seems like something that could happen here" some random dude " we should do it"
and then they do it
also capcha i almost forgot about it :C cause ive been on the other chan allot