Nowhere, Nothing, Never
|Written by|| Mike Mignola|
|Illustrated by||Peter Snejbjerg|
|Colored by||Dave Stewart|
|Lettered by||Clem Robins|
|Edited by||Scott Allie|
|Originally Published in||B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Nowhere, Nothing, Never #1–3|
|Internal Numbering||B.P.R.D. #130–132|
|Date Published||April–June 2015|
|— COLLECTED IN —|
|Trade Paperback||B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth – Volume 12: Metamorphosis|
|Omnibus Edition||B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth – Volume 4|
A three-issue arc drawn by Peter Snejbjerg.
Arcudi’s biggest contribution to Mignola’s world is to populate it with living breathing people. Unfortunately, they don’t always stay living or breathing. They deal with the mortality of their own teammates too often, and for most of them it doesn’t get easier. Johann’s blurry relationship with mortality comes into focus because it’s gotten too easy for him to accept the deaths of the people around him…
Agent Johann’s alienation from the other B.P.R.D. agents after a horrific mission causes him to take drastic measures. Will the other agents tell Kate what really happened? What will happen to the ghost agent?
Kate confronts the BPRD agents after Johann’s disappearance to learn the truth about the motel massacre in a small Kansas town.
Johann returns to the grave of an agent who died under his watch, only to discover the death was worse than he knew.
|B.P.R.D. Publication Order|
Flesh and Stone
|Nowhere, Nothing, Never|| Followed by|