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B.P.R.D. The Killer in My Skull


B.P.R.D.
The Killer in My Skull

B.P.R.D. Introducing Lobster Johnson - The Killer in My Soul
Story by Mike Mignola
Pencils by Matt Smith
Inks by Ryan Sook
Colors by Dave Stewart
Letters by Pat Brosseau


The Killer in My Skull - Story by Mike Mignola
The 4th victim of five men in a photograph.
Overview
Lobster Johnson arrives at yet another victim who has been killed by heavy furniture. Each victim was in a photo and each worked for Zinco-Davis Laboratories.

The 5th person in the photograph is unknown. He could be yet another victim or the killer.

Lobster finds the fifth man in the photograph. Lobster knows that the man was fired from Zinco-Davis. The last survivor in the photograph is Stanley Corn. He was fired last month and Lobster accuses him for killing everyone else in the photo.

Lobster identifies Corn as doing his own brain research and Stanley Corn learned how to kill from his own brain. Corn rejects surrender from Lobster and kills himself with a gun. Then Corn's brain flies out of his head and his spinal cord wraps around Lobster's neck and a harsh struggle ensues. Lobster then breaks away and crushes Corn's brain with the intervening brain wave box. The detective and Lobster's assistant are stunned by the events. Lobster told them not to write up the incident. Lobster has . . . "seen worse things than this."
Hollow Earth and Other Stories - The Killer in My Skull by Mike Mignola
Introducing: Lobster Johnson
Hollow Earth and Other Stories - The Killer in My Skull by Mike Mignola
Stanley Corn has continued his brain research in his home after being fired from Zinco-Davis Laboratories.
Hollow Earth and Other Stories - The Killer in My Skull by Mike Mignola
Taking the easy way out, Corn killed himself with his gun.
Hollow Earth and Other Stories - The Killer in My Skull by Mike Mignola
Corn's brain manifested itself out of Corn's body and attemps to kill Lobster Johnson.
Hollow Earth and Other Stories - The Killer in My Skull by Mike Mignola
. . . I've seen WORSE . . .
Review of BPRD's The Killer in My Skull
by Brenda Krekeler
I have read other Lobster Johnson comics. I have always enjoyed the story lines. This is the first time I have read The Killer in My Skull. I realize it is the introduction to Lobster. It is short and easy. I remembered the first time I did read him, I wondered "just what are those night visions goggles all about." I still don't know. I guess I will just have to read more about Lobster. I did like the brain !

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