Months after a devastating plague ends World War I, Europe is suddenly flooded with deadly vampires. Lord Henry Baltimore, a soldier determined to wipe out the monsters, is on the hunt for the creature responsible for this chaos and his own personal tragedy. What he uncovers is a terror as horrific and frightening as any he’s seen on the battlefield.

* Based on the novel by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden.

* Mike Mignola reunites with Witchfinder artist Ben Stenbeck!

Praise for Baltimore or The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire:

“Mythic adventure, midway between Lovecraft and the Brothers Grimm. The book burns with black inspiration.” – Sci Fi Magazine

“Outstanding, gorgeously told and wildly inventive. Mike Mignola’s outstanding black-and-white illustrations turn the book into a beautiful object and add to its overall storybook quality. He and Golden have outdone themselves with Baltimore, a gorgeous, haunting tale that may well become a classic.” – Fangoria

Writer: Mike Mignola, Christopher Golden
Artist: Ben Stenbeck
Colorist: Dave Stewart

Price: $3.50
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Avg Rating: 4.2
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  1. I loved the book and am really looking forward to this.

  2. I didn’t realize this was a book.  I may pick it up before I read the comic.

  3. I wasn’t up for the prose novel but this looks like something I will pick up at the shop if I can find it.

  4. sounded promising until i read that it’s yet another frigging vampire story.  Kind of getting tired of vampires and their ilk. 

  5. @skydog – The novel was about Baltimore, his "friends", and their experiences with evil in all its forms. There was very little vampire content until the end.

  6. At least these vampires don’t sparkle in the sun and come off clever and jaded.

  7. i may check it out.  the art looks awesome. 

  8. Anyone else think the script was pretty weak on this? I just don’t feel compelled to continue this story, however incredible the art may be. 4 stars solely for the art.

  9. Yeah, the art was good but the script wasn’t very good at all.

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