B.P.R.D.Omnibus Volume 3 by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi

B.P.R.D.Omnibus Volume 3 by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi

Get ready to dive into an extraordinary adventure with the B.P.R.D. Omnibus Volume 3! Step into the captivating world crafted by the imaginative mind of Hellboy creator, Mike Mignola, alongside a highly skilled team of writers and artists. Brace yourself for an exhilarating experience as you delve into the pages of this awe-inspiring omnibus.

Prepare to face off against menacing creatures, unravel the mysteries of Victorian cyborgs, and uncover the untold secrets behind the formidable frog army. Within these pages, you’ll be engulfed in a thrilling spectacle of non-stop action and enthralling exploits. So, banish boredom and immerse yourself in the excitement of this captivating masterpiece!

From the riveting war waged against the amphibian menace to the breathtaking climax known as Ragna Rok, each page of this book propels you towards a thrilling new escapade.

B.P.R.D. Omnibus Vol. 3 Overview: Art, Stories, and Chronological Order

Hey everybody and welcome back to BK’s Bullets. Today, we’ll be taking an in-depth look at BPRD Omnibus Volume 3. This is the third volume in a planned 10-volume series, and I haven’t read any of them yet. In this article, we’ll explore the contents, the overall design, and what to expect from this installment in the series.


BPRD Omnibus Volume 3 is a collection of stories written by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi, and Guy Davis, with art by Guy Davis and colors by Dave Stewart. This volume contains BPRD Volume 6: The Universal Machine, Volume 7: Garden of Souls, and Volume 8: Killing Ground. It’s important to note that these stories are presented in chronological release order, unlike the previous volume which jumped ahead in time.

Art and Design

All the art in this omnibus is done by Guy Davis, who became the regular artist for BPRD. The cover art, created by Mike Mignola, is visually stunning and sets the tone for the stories within. It’s worth mentioning that the consistency of having one artist throughout these issues, spanning around 15-18 issues in this volume, is impressive and adds to the overall reading experience.

Contents and Extras

This omnibus is affordably priced at $29.99. However, one drawback is that the back cover does not provide a detailed list of the contents, so you have to open the book to find the table of contents. Nevertheless, once you dive into the pages, you’ll find a wealth of extras, including a sketchbook with around 40 pages of sketches for each trade paperback. This adds an extra layer of excitement for fans of the series.

Getting into BPRD

If you’re new to BPRD or looking to delve into it like me, these omnibuses are a great place to start. They are currently in print and available at regular prices, and you can also find them at discounted prices on various online platforms. With the release of multiple volumes this year, it’s an opportune time to catch up on the series.

Final Thoughts

BPRD Omnibus Volume 3 is an enticing addition to the series, holding true to the quality and consistency fans have come to expect. I haven’t read it yet, but I’m excited to dive in and write a comprehensive review for you all. So, stay subscribed and keep an eye out for my upcoming review of Omnibus Volume 3. In the meantime, be sure to explore our other great content and check out some of the entertaining YouTube shorts we have to offer. See you next time!

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