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Thus the plague of frogs is unleashed and it's up to the BPRD minus Hellboy to bring these frogs down. There is also the origin story of Abe Sapien included at the end and it is quite I won't give it away, but it does give you and insight into Abe's personality at times. It's a nice addition after the beginning of the main storyline. It's a good place to start and explains a lot of what happens in the following books. A good read and great supernatural fun especially for this time of year!
Sep 26, mangaman rated it really liked it.
Continuing the story of Hellboy Seed of Destruction, this BPRD volume focuses mostly on Abe Sapien as he learns about his origin, while the others try to stop the frog monsters. I like the fact that his origin is mysterious and I hope they don't over explain it in the future. Dec 17, Wing Kee rated it it was amazing. I remember Plague of Frogs distinctly, why? Because of a couple of reasons: 1 This was the first full arc illustrated by Guy Davis, 2 This arc introduced Caul no spoilers , and 3 This arc came out about the same time the Hellboy movie did so I was drowning in Mignolaverse bliss.
To this day this 5 issue arc is still one of my favorite BPRD tales and is one of the best examples to non Mignolaverse readers why this series is bloody fantastic: World: Guy Davis, holy shit can he drawn monsters! There's something about his art, when you first look at it, it's weird. The line work is super scratchy which I normally don't like , the facial expressions are a bit odd normally a deal breaker for me , and framing is fairly static and there is no great sense of motion which for an action book is required.
But for some reason his art in it's entirety just works Ok, I like the art, but enough of that, how's the world building? It's fucking fantastic! It's dense, it's lovecraftian, it give you answers but also poses so many more Caul! I don't want to go into spoilers as the world building is a big part of the story this time around, the things introduced here set the ball in motion for what is essentially the massive Plague of Frogs story.
Story: Pretty dense for 5 issues. There is the world building to set up the greater story, but there are also great character development moments found in this arc. The pacing is amazing, the dialog full of character and wit, this is just a great adventure tale. The final issue is the most fantastic of them all, focusing clearly on character, giving us answers but teasing us with so much more, plus the massive consequence at the end of issue 4!!! Really entertaining! Characters: Caul, that's all I need to say.
Well to add to that, there were many great character moments and the team dynamic and personalities of each member is starting to become more defined and developed, it's all good here! Yeah, this arc is amazing! It's the arc that made me a lifelong BPRD devotee. I can't say enough good things about it. But for new readers, this is actually not a bad place to get a sample of what BPRD and the greater Mignolaverse has to offer.
Onward to the next book! Jan 30, Timothy Boyd rated it liked it. This begins the long story arc that runs through both the B. Seems the entire Hellboy comic storyline has been building up to this arc. Good gothic horror. Mar 18, Sesana rated it really liked it Shelves: comics , horror. Now, this is more like it. Unlike the previous volume, it's a single, connected story. And it's completely written by Mignola. It brings back from the frog creatures from an early Hellboy adventure, which is nice.
And the last chapter shows Abe's origin. Which, in true Mignola fashion, raises more questions than it answers. And it doesn't feel like an evasion, just a deepening of a mystery that seemed like it was getting solved. I do like that, and I think it must have been given careful thought Now, this is more like it. I do like that, and I think it must have been given careful thought to strike that balance between revealing so much that the sense of mystery and wonder is destroyed and revealing so little that the reader feels cheated.
Sep 21, Dan rated it really liked it. This was worth reading just to see Abe Sapian's origin story. Also picks up from Hellboy: Seed of Destruction. Great art as always, and a good story. Jan 27, Scott Firestone rated it liked it. This volume is where B. This first one is a bit of a misstep, though, as it tries to gather a bunch of disparate threads from the Hellboyverse and weave them into one tapestry.
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But it feels somewhat disjointed--and it's been a while since I read some of those threads, so my memory of them is just awful. Still, I like where this is going, and the parts with Abe and his backstory are compelling and unexpected. Feb 24, Koen Claeys rated it it was amazing. The bad taste of those first 2 volumes is immediately washed away with a powerful cocktail of excitement, horror, adventure of the most compelling kind. Guy Davis proves to be capable to bring the most crazy horror fantasies to life on paper. This volume is the start of me liking the B. D more than Hellboy.
Mike Mignola returns with this book, though I have to say I'm not all that thrilled with the story he wrote. It's still great Mike Mignola form, however, every time he begins a story arc it's shaky. I'm probably being a bit unfair to him, so I should knock it up to 4 stars instead of 3, however, I just can't do it. My major complaint is this delusion of mind control in comics. In the way it is represented in many books, is that this control suddenly gives the controller all the information they want of the person, allowing them to make the person do whatever they want while retaining all of that knowledge.
That just doesn't mesh. Someone who remembers everything also remembers their emotional and chemical states. But even then there has to be a central controlling factor, and after that factor is destroyed they should revert back to normal or just collapse under the body's inability to function. All of these issues are ignored for the sake of the story in "Plague of Frogs", and it just irritates the hell out of me whenever this is done in any kind of story.
Having said that, I enjoyed Abe's origin story last chapter of the book. It was fun. I am very glad Mike is back writing, and I'm sure that this large story arc will have a satisfactory conclusion. However, this beginning arc was a bit under-par for Mike. He can do so much better! Aug 17, Amy rated it really liked it Shelves: comic-books. The art by Guy Davis is wonderful, detailed but not too realistic. As for the story, it was nice to have something with some substance.
In the past trades I always felt like the short stories were rushed, so you never got to delve into them. While the main plot of this trade felt short, it set up enough future story lines that it didn't feel pointless.
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And it was nice to get a Liz who didn't need rescuing, and some more Abe back story. I actually think what we witnessed of Abe's origin was some of the best parts of this, I hope we get some answers in the future. Jul 31, Ctgt rated it it was amazing Shelves: comic-graphic-novel. Great story, great art! Loved it. Nov 19, Jesse rated it really liked it Shelves: illistrated. My first delve into the Hellboy off-shoot. I definitely enjoyed it.