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BPRD vol 12 - War On Frogs

BPRD vol 12 - War On Frogs back

Mike Mignola, John Arcudi & Herb Trimpe, Guy Davis, John Severin, Peter Snejbjerg, Karl Moline, Dave Stewart,


Page 45 Review by Jonathan

"Now hold on. What is this? The army has no business here. We're free to worship in our way."
"Yup. You sure are. You have the right to worship a big fat ugly giant frog if you want to. That's in the Constitution. But I don't think there's a word in there about the frogs' rights."
"What? What the devil are you talking about?"
"No. No. Not the Devil. This is much worse. But don't take my word for it..."

Arrgggh!!!! I have been waiting so very very patiently for the concluding part of the trilogy started in vol 10: THE WARNNG, then continued in vol 11: THE BLACK GODDESS, having been completely and totally gripped by the current storyline. Frustratingly then, to me at least, this volume is a collection of single issue stories that take place earlier in time shortly after the War On Frogs first started, rather than being the concluding piece I was expecting.

It's still great stuff, and Mignola uses it as an opportunity to reprise a couple of recently deceased favourite characters and tie up a couple of loose ends, but it's not what I was craving, dammit!! Ah well, patience is a virtue...