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Things get darker and bloodier in this preview of the next chapter of the story of Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's Lord Baltimore.
Mike Mignola & Christopher Golden's Joe Golem moves from prose to comics this fall, and here's the first look at Dave Palumbo's cover to #2.
CSBG has a collection of comic book stories that are best left forgotten, like the Punisher's time as a supernatural angel of vengeance.
The WWI vampire hunter fights his shadowy arch-nemesis in a series that opens "Baltimore" up to a horrific future.
Horror aficionado and "Hellboy" creator, Mike Mignola, has a new horror mini-series from Dark Horse Comics in "Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King" #1.
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!
Baltimore tracks the Red King to a small Estonian town in Mike Mignola, Christopher Golden and Peter Bergting's "Baltimore" #2, on sale August 27.
Baltimore protects a woman hunted by a possessed dead man in "Baltimore: The Witch of Harju" #1 by Mike Mignola, Christopher Golden & Peter Bergting.
"The Portent" artist Peter Bergting discusses joining "Baltimore" at Dark Horse Comics, and collaborating with one of his artistic idols, Mike Mignola.
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.
Get your post-season finale "Sons of Anarchy" fix with this exclusive preview of issue #5, out from BOOM! Studios on Jan. 8.
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.
Novelist and comic book writer Christopher Golden spoke exclusively with CBR about helming BOOM! Studios' "Sons of Anarchy" comic and the trouble he's plotting for the biker outlaws of FX's hit crime drama.
This September, BOOM! Studios takes to the roads of Norther California with a comics version of FX TV series "Sons of Anarchy" by writer Christopher Golden.
Dark Horse welcomed a star-studded panel featuring Christopher Golden, Eric Powell, Tim Seeley, Tom Mandrake, Scott Allie, Tyler Crook & Evan Dorkin to discuss all of the publisher's horror titles.
Hellboy creator Mike Mignola spoke with CBR TV about his recently deceased demonic hero and the plans he has in store for him in the months ahead, Ron Perlman's return to the character for Make-A-Wish and more.
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.
Creators from Guillermo del Toro to John Cassaday to Mike Mignola himself reflect on the shocking events of "Hellboy: The Fury" #3 as the big red guy is celebrated just as his story gets more interesting.
Mike Mignola spoke with CBR about his projects outside the universe of "Hellboy" and "B.P.R.D.," including the first two "Baltimore" miniseries, the "Amazing Screw-On Head" collection and his rare non-Dark Horse work.
"Baltimore: The Curse Bells" will be the second miniseries exploring Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's monster-infested, post-WWI universe. We spoke with Golden for details on the series.
Creator Mike Mignola confirms his return to interior art on Hellboy, discusses what mythic influences are shaping the future of the long-running serial and shares an exclusive look at upcoming cover art.
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.
The acclaimed "Hellboy" cartoonist re-teams with collaborator Christopher Golden to bring their 2007 novel "Baltimore" to comics with the all-new "Plague Ships" story expanding on the vampire haunted, WW1 world.