The Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense presents
Hellboy, grew up in the care of the B.P.R.D. under the tutelage of founder Professor Trevor Bruttenholm, though he recently quit to persue his own agenda.
Roger, the alchemy-based golem was a tough-as-nails fighter in good standing until… [too sad to post]
Professor O’Donnell, an expert in arcane languages and ancient civilizations provides plenty of brainpower to the field agents…
Ben Daimio, former Marine Captain was killed along with his entire squad in a Bolivian jungle, but after being resurrected, the badly scarred soldier hooked up with the Pentagon and eventually became the B.P.R.D.’s no-nonsense field leader.
Abe Sapien, the Bureau’s second recruit, an amphibius mer-man who was once a human named Langdon Caul. Abe’s one of the B.P.R.D.’s best field agents, and a trusted friend to many of the other operatives.
Dr. Kate Corrigan, an expert in folklore and the occult left academia to become a consultant for the B.P.R.D. and wound up becoming an invaluable resource thanks to her keen mind and voluminous knowledge.
Liz Sherman, traumatized as a young girl after her pyrothecnic powers manifested killing her parents and other bystanders, joined the B.P.R.D. to learn how to control her powers and became a field agent in the process.
Johann Kraus, [because] his body [was] destroyed in an accident, psychic Kraus requires reither rest nor food, and can communicate with the dead.
Director Tom Manning, though he is most seen as bureaucratic stuffed shirt, he passionately pursues the Bureau’s goals of protecting mankind from the paranormal, and has grudgingly come to accept the need of his superhuman agents.
They, and many others, make the B.P.R.D.
Art by Guy Davis
A compilation of various fanart pieces of The Lich featuring:
Practicing digital painting, so I sketched up the earls of Lemongrab (whom I adore so much, it’s abnormal). THEY ARE SO ACCEPTABLE.
I wish to get to making a sketch set of a badass/hilarious concept inspired by a cosplay photoset I saw.
Forgive me for making them tall. They always came off to me as being very tall characters.