Comic Book Therapy Exclusives: Darksiders II & BPRD
The awesome folks at Dark Horse Comics sent us a first look at some amazing covers for two of their upcoming issues!
Yes, you will see them first, ONLY at Comic Book Therapy!
Check them out and tell us what you think!
B.P.R.D. HELL ON EARTH VOLUME 4: THE DEVILS’ ENGINE AND THE LONG DEATH TP
Mike Mignola (W/Cover), John Arcudi (W), James Harren (A), Tyler Crook (A), and Dave Stewart (C)
On sale Dec 5
FC, 176 pages
TP, 7″ x 10″
Agent Johann, the ectoplasmic man, leads a special task force through the monster-filled Northwest woods in order to hunt down and kill the man he blames for leaving him a disembodied spirit. In the Southwest, agent Devon and the psychic crust punk Fenix form an uneasy alliance in order to escape a horde of giant bat-faced monsters.
This arc continues the series Comics Alliance calls “one of the best books on the stands.”
• It’s all going to Hell in 2012!
• Death of an agent!
“Crook’s art here brings the world of the B.P.R.D. to life in a manner that disarms you, making you feel like it’s sweet and innocent, only to sneak up on you.”—Comic Book Resources
DARKSIDERS II: DEATH’S DOOR VOLUME 1 HC
Andrew Kreisberg (W), Roger Robinson (A), Michael Atiyeh (C), and Joe Madureira (Cover)
On sale Dec 26
FC, 64 pages
HC, 7” x 10”
Delving into the days before the Apocalypse, Darksiders II: Death’s Door is a pivotal contribution to the world of the anticipated new game! Created in collaboration with Joe Madureira’s Vigil Games, this original story follows Death, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, on a mission to destroy a rogue demon. Chasing the creature across magical realms and even through time, Death takes on a heart-pounding adventure that reveals some of the greatest mysteries of the games!
• Reveals essential secrets from the world of the upcoming game!
• Collects issues #0-#5 of the digital-only series.
• Cover by Joe Madureira (Avenging Spider-Man, Battle Chasers)!
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