B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth Issue 128 Review
The line work shows some sleek yet textured work. For example the last page shows great kinetic action (the sleek aspect) and natural looking character and set design (the texture aspect). All the characters are put in bad situations yet continue to act intelligently. There are no wasted pages or unnecessary panels. Each word balloon has realistic dialogue and no character feels like any other character. In a very good way this title is living up to the "Hell On Earth" phrase. I recommend this issue for those with vast knowledge of Hellboy and his mythos and those like me who are relatively ignorant of said mythos.