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End of Days

BPRD 135a
Written by Mike Mignola
John Arcudi
Illustrated by Laurence Campbell
Colored by Dave Stewart
Lettered by Clem Robins
Edited by Scott Allie
Originally Published in B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: End of Days #1–5
Internal Numbering B.P.R.D. #135-139
Date Published September 2015 – January 2016
— COLLECTED IN —
Trade Paperback B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth – Volume 13: End of Days
Omnibus Edition B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth – Volume 5

This arc begins the final massive story of B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth.

Publication HistoryEdit

A promotional image for this arc was first revealed on Bleeding Cool, May 2015.

SynopsisEdit

Part OneEdit

The impossible will happen!

The stakes have never been higher going into the final massive story of Hell on Earth as the Black Flame tests the limits of his power.

Part TwoEdit

The Midwest is in trouble! With the BPRD’s largest foe unleashed upon the earth, they struggle to keep the devastation from spreading, but even their strongest weapons are useless!

Part ThreeEdit

The BPRD send their two strongest champions to assist in the destruction of the Black Flame, and with the help of their newest ally’s incredible weapon, things are finally looking up.

Part FourEdit

The Black Flame has returned and is wreaking havoc on the Hudson River! Panya and Kate try to psychically help from BPRD headquarters while Liz and Johann battle the Black Flame to stop him from destroying New York City.

Part FiveEdit

The battle between the BPRD and the Black Flame rages on! As the team in Denver tries to take down the enemy from afar, Liz and Johann are out to end the fight against the Black Flame before he destroys New York City.

GalleryEdit

B.P.R.D. Publication Order
Preceded by
Modern Prometheus
End of Days
Followed by
The Exorcist

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