19 Apr 14
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rotaetxe:

My Hellboy day drawing. Cheers to master Mignola.

rotaetxe:

My Hellboy day drawing. Cheers to master Mignola.

19 Apr 14
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mizpollard:

Wurm’s children on adventure

mizpollard:

Wurm’s children on adventure

19 Apr 14
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mizpollard:

Seemed like the kinda thing HB would want for his birthday, even if Kate makes them smoke outside.

18 Apr 14
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harkbus:

A slow day at the BPRD! I wrote on my hand that I wouldn’t do any fanart until school was over. Haha, funny! 

I like wide eyed Abe.

18 Apr 14
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sabrinaparolin:

Painted up a quick Abe the other day to go with my Hellboy.

sabrinaparolin:

Painted up a quick Abe the other day to go with my Hellboy.

18 Apr 14
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"There is your new world. The universe with all her mysteries stripped away."

—Lobster Johnson: The Iron Prometheus

17 Apr 14
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phantom-pancake:

Cover art by Laurence Campbell - B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #121
Dark Horse Comics Solicitations for July, 2014

phantom-pancake:

Cover art by Laurence Campbell - B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth #121

Dark Horse Comics Solicitations for July, 2014

#bprd
17 Apr 14
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kathahem:

In Greek Mythology, Prometheus and Epimetheus, the namesakes for the two versions of the V.E.S., were Titan brothers who acted as representatives of mankind.

Prometheus, whose name means “foresight” and was known for his intelligence, is remembered most prominently for having stolen fire from the gods to give to mankind, earning the eternal punishment of being bound to a rock and having his liver fed on by an eagle for all eternity. Epimetheus, whose name means “afterthought” and was known for his foolishness, was tasked with giving all species on Earth a positive trait, but due to his lack of foresight, by the time he made it to humans he found he had none left to give to mankind.

These mythological figures correlate well with the men who piloted the suits named after them. Jim Sacks, pilot of Prometheus, fought to hide the V.E.S. from those who wanted to use it for evil, and even after his death he continued fighting Memnan Saa, successfully preventing him from capturing the power of Vril. His sacrifice ensured that Gallaragas could continue her father’s research, in a way “giving fire to man,” and the punishment he suffered was death and departure from this plane of existence.

Patrick Redding, eventual pilot of “Epimetheus” (Sledgehammer), only barely understood the mission he was on in D’Ebene Chiot, jumped head-first into an impossible battle with his Nazi captors, and ended up getting himself killed, only regretting his rash actions in afterthought. And even now, he continues to act without any thought of the future, preferring instead to do what he can to help people in need and stubbornly ignoring the warnings given by the Vril consciousness he now seems connected to.

17 Apr 14
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latelierdeg:

A little bit late : Happy Hellboy Day!

latelierdeg:

A little bit late : Happy Hellboy Day!

17 Apr 14
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ironmely:

Laboratory scenes from the Zinco corporation in “BPRD Hell on Earth: The Devil’s Engine”. We get to see Karl Ruprecht Kroenen who, if I remember correctly, was pretty heavily featured in the film adaptations of hellboy. Also, that first pane really reminds me of the Bane-like creature in Schumacher’s “Batman and Robin” which is just as random as it gets.

16 Apr 14
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16 Apr 14
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notmusa:

i tried to draw somehellboys on hellboy day but then i had a couple drinks and then i forgot i drew this but here it is i guess

notmusa:

i tried to draw somehellboys on hellboy day but then i had a couple drinks and then i forgot i drew this but here it is i guess

16 Apr 14
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15 Apr 14
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ric-tercio:

Hellboy - 20th anniversary tribute

ric-tercio:

Hellboy - 20th anniversary tribute

15 Apr 14
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ironmely:

Ashely Strode and Ota Benga hunting inner demons in “BPRD Hell on Earth: Exorcism”. It’s cool to see Ashely get her own story even though it’s a pretty typical coming of age type thing and the actual demon hunting scenes are a tad bit cliche. Her idolizing of Liz is adorable though.

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