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The monster tries to save the spirit of the city in the finale to Dark Horse's "Frankenstein Underground" #5 by Mike Mignola & Ben Stenbeck.
Mignola and Stenbeck's "Frankenstein Underground" #1 creates a "realistic and tangible" monster despite an opening that's "a little fuzzy."
Christopher Golden explains why the new Baltimore tale is a perfect jumping on point even as artist Ben Stenbeck bids farewell. Plus, an exclusive preview!
The classic undead monster is only the first part of the puzzle for Mike Mignola's new series that has deep impacts for Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.
The classic monster returns to the Hellboy-verse in the 2015 limited series by Mignola and Ben Stenbeck.
CBR spoke with co-writer Christopher Golden about Dark Horse's "Baltimore: Chapel of Bones," the evolution of the vampire Haigus and more stories to come.
Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews of two Mignolaverse titles hitting stores October 16: "B.P.R.D Hell on Earth" #112, "Baltimore: The Infernal Train" #2.
Writer Christopher Golden spoke with CBR News about the upcoming "Baltimore: The Infernal Train," the impending showdown between Baltimore and Duvic, collaboration and shaken faith.
This week's group of nominees sees a glaring Victor von Doom, an anguished Casanova Quinn, a sun-bleached Henry Baltimore, a relaxing Will and a fragmented Banshee all vying for the title of Cover of the Week.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's "Baltimore: Dr. Leskovar's Remedy" #1. The issue, featuring art by Ben Stenbeck, goes on sale June 20.
Lord Baltimore's quest for the scarred vampire continues in "Dr. Leskovar's Remedy" from Dark Horse. CBR spoke with writer Christopher Golden about the World War I-era horror series.
Dark Horse takes readers back to the world of Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's "Baltimore" in a miniseries set midway through the original novel, where a vampire plague has changed the course of World War I.
Mike Mignola spoke to CBR about why and how the Victorian occult detective must fit into Hellboy's world in the past and future and shared exclusive sketch material from artist Ben Stenbeck.