History Analysis / Hellboy

29th Jul '13 5:40:51 AM SeptimusHeap
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Lobster Johnson's thematic value then [[hottip:*:aside from giving Mignola an excuse to write {{Pulp}} stories]] is to provide an analogue to the B.P.R.D. And just as the B.P.R.D. seemingly has a higher calling sometimes in the performance of their duties, so too does Lobster Johnson have a higher calling in death to the greater goal of Justice (not to get in to EpilepticTrees, but this may explain his near-corporeal ghost form).

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Lobster Johnson's thematic value then [[hottip:*:aside [[note]]aside from giving Mignola an excuse to write {{Pulp}} stories]] stories[[/note]] is to provide an analogue to the B.P.R.D. And just as the B.P.R.D. seemingly has a higher calling sometimes in the performance of their duties, so too does Lobster Johnson have a higher calling in death to the greater goal of Justice (not to get in to EpilepticTrees, but this may explain his near-corporeal ghost form).
19th Nov '10 12:45:55 AM CleverPun
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Edward Grey (of the new ''Witchfinder'' sub-series) may serve a similar thematic purpose, though this is yet to be seen.


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Edward Grey (of the new ''Witchfinder'' sub-series) may serve serves a similar thematic purpose, though this is yet to be seen.

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