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    Default Issue 3 cover


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    Default Preview of Issue 1

    Check it out here.

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    I didn't want to spoil this too much for myself so I didn't look at the art but man am I excited, October 17 can't come soon enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thwhtGuardian View Post
    I didn't want to spoil this too much for myself so I didn't look at the art but man am I excited, October 17 can't come soon enough.
    It's horrible when something gets previewed to death. I really enjoyed Cameron Stewarts way of showing a single panel or two, with no colour and no speech bubbles, to tease a moment. It got me excited for the story and didn't ruin a thing.

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    Dave Stewart has posted a glimpse of 1948 #1:

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    I really hope we get to see the classic B.P.R.D. logo on this story. I kinda miss it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Middenway View Post
    Dave Stewart has posted a glimpse of 1948 #1:
    Gorgeous. I'm excited

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    Issue #4 cover, which was previewed a bit a few pages back in this thread.


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    nice , nice , awesome ,awesome . no more words for the awesome cover above .What a A=Bomb ........
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    Ah, I've missed that logo!

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    This Wednesday is going to be fantastic, I've been waiting for this story for awhile now and its release date is now nearly upon us!

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    Man, what a great issue! I loved seeing little Hellboy, both in the scene where he's smoking and in the picture of him at an even younger age on the professor's desk.

    About the only complaint I had was the placement of the prologue. Perhaps it'll work as a prologue after we see a few more issues but just based on this issue alone it din't really work in that capacity, it made the beginning feel a little choppy with it being set in 1948, then a flash forward to the 1980's and then back to 1948. I think it would have flowed much better if it started with the scene in the 80's then continued on in 1948 perhaps moving the prologue to just before we see the professor in the car.

    Other then that though? One hell of a read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thwhtGuardian View Post
    I think it would have flowed much better if it started with the scene in the 80's then continued on in 1948 perhaps moving the prologue to just before we see the professor in the car.
    This sounds like a film editor talking

    After such a long time waiting for 1948 I read this first issue with much anticipation. It didn't disappoint me at all. Great art, great story, I loved every bit of it. I keep on going back to these panels. It was long ago I didn't feel this happy about a comic book
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    Quote Originally Posted by Middenway View Post
    Dave Stewart has posted a glimpse of 1948 #1:
    ...and guess what, this doesn't belong to #1.
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    First issue was great. And I got Almost same feeling about 1948 #1 when I finally get 'Hellboy - The Fury #1' after years of marketing. I still can't believe '1948' came out!
    I love the historical facts they used as material like SALT stuffs.

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