Flesh and Stone
|Written by|| Mike Mignola|
|Illustrated by||James Harren|
|Colored by||Dave Stewart|
|Lettered by||Clem Robins|
|Edited by||Scott Allie|
|Originally Published in||B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Flesh and Stone #1–5|
|Internal Numbering||B.P.R.D. #125–129|
|Date Published||November 2014 – March 2015|
|— COLLECTED IN —|
|Trade Paperback||B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth – Volume 11: Flesh and Stone|
|Omnibus Edition||B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth – Volume 4|
A five-issue arc drawn by James Harren with covers by Laurence Campbell.
Things seem to be going well for the B.P.R.D.. With their alliance with the military, they now have all the munitions they need, and, after New York, an easy mission to clear a small town. But the town has strange connections to Howards’s past as a prehistoric warrior, and more than its share of monsters.
A monster terrorizes a mountain where Howards finds a connection to his past as a prehistoric warlord. The Russians struggle with their own monsters, and in New York, the Zinco corporation operates under the mysterious directions of the Black Flame.
Agent Howards's past as a prehistoric warlord gives clues to how the B.P.R.D. can kill the monster they've been chasing. But will Howards be able to put his knowledge to use before the whole squad gets wiped out?
The B.P.R.D.’s attempts to kill the monster terrorizing a snowy mountainside have failed. While the team tries desperately to escape, one man stands against the monster... the mysterious Agent Howards. Will this warrior from the past be able to kill the beast or be crushed in its path?
Howards uses his link to the past to save the B.P.R.D. from a rampaging monster in the snowy mountains. But will the secrets he has learned be enough?
|B.P.R.D. Publication Order|
|Flesh and Stone|| Followed by|
Nowhere, Nothing, Never