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Baltimore: The Play by Christopher Golden and Mike Mignola

November 21st, 2012 (08:28 am)
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"It still takes something special to impose a unifying vision, and Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden have got it." - The Wall Street Journal

The critically-acclaimed BALTIMORE series by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden continues in BALTIMORE: THE PLAY, released today by Dark Horse Comics.

In Baltimore: The Play, a mad playwright puts on a Grand Guignol featuring actors that are real vampires. The evil financier of the play makes a bizarre discovery when he finds out that the playwright is a fraud and the true author is the disembodied head of a famous American author kept in a glass case.

Click here for a preview of Baltimore: The Play.

Following The Play, Lord Baltimore finds himself in a double feature with Baltimore: The Widow and the Tank, on sale February 20, 2013. The Widow concerns a woman whose husband and war buddies have returned from the war as vampires and begun preying on their hometown. In “The Tank,” Baltimore learns of a wrecked tank in a field as he is passing through the war-ravaged countryside. People believe there is a vampire living inside that has been eating cattle and attacking locals. When Baltimore checks it out, it turns out to be true…to a point.

Lord Baltimore’s next adventure, Baltimore: The Inquisitor, features the origin story of one of his main antagonists - Judge Duvic. Look for The Inquisitor on sale June 19, 2013!

Learn more about the series, which began with Mignola and Golden's illustrated novella Baltimore, or, The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire, which was named one of Booklist's Top 10 SF/Fantasy Books of the Year. Then came the full-color comics and graphic novels, which are published by Dark Horse Comics.