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Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. is a line of comic books following Hellboy's career at the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense.

Publication History[]

Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. were conceived as a series of miniseries. The first miniseries is set in 1952 and deals with Hellboy's first mission for the Bureau. For the moment, the plan is for there to be a trade for each year, sometimes containing a single story, others containing several, but the trade will bear the title of the year in which the stories are set.

Archie and Stegner are set to be major characters in the series alongside Hellboy and Professor Bruttenholm, and there will be other recurring characters created by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi.

A full list of Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. stories can be found here: List of Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. stories

Numbering[]

Although Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. will be released as a series of miniseries and one-shots, in addition to numbers within a given miniseries, it also has an ongoing numbering system on the inside cover for the series overall.

  1. 1952 #1
  2. 1952 #2
  3. 1952 #3
  4. 1952 #4
  5. 1952 #5
  6. 1953: The Phantom Hand & The Kelpie
  7. 1953: The Witch Tree & Rawhead and Bloody Bones
  8. 1953: Beyond the Fences #1
  9. 1953: Beyond the Fences #2
  10. 1953: Beyond the Fences #3
  11. 1954: Black Sun #1
  12. 1954: Black Sun #2
  13. 1954: The Unreasoning Beast
  14. 1954: Ghost Moon #1
  15. 1954: Ghost Moon #2
  16. 1955: Secret Nature
  17. 1955: Occult Intelligence #1
  18. 1955: Occult Intelligence #2
  19. 1955: Occult Intelligence #3
  20. 1955: Burning Season
  21. 1956 #1
  22. 1956 #2
  23. 1956 #3
  24. 1956 #4
  25. 1956 #5
  26. 1957: Family Ties

Unnumbered Tales[]

Stories that jump around the timeline set outside the current cycle of Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. do not have the ongoing numbering on the inside cover. These stories are:

Collections[]

Trade Paperbacks[]

see also Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. Trade Paperback Collections

The first trade was released in late 2015.