Baltimore: The Curse Bells #4
Written by Christopher Golden and Mike Mignola
Art by Ben Stenbeck
Colors by Dave Stewart
Letters by Clem Robins
Cover by Mike Mignola with Dave Stewart
Dark Horse Comics
Release Date: November 9, 2011
Cover Price: $3.50
A nearby town is in trouble and Lord Henry Baltimore is the only person who can keep the town safe from evil.
In Baltimore: The Curse Bells #4, Lord Henry Baltimore finds the enemy that he’s been searching for: Haigus. Lord Baltimore finds the vampire that killed his family who has also been captured in a holding cell just as Lord Baltimore has. Baltimore is torn between eliminating his long time foe, Haigus, and stopping the priest that is trying to use the cursed bells of the church to control the population of the nearby town. Will Baltimore do the right thing or choose to end his enemy forever?
Baltimore: The Curse Bells continues to become an exhilarating story with each new issue. Issue 4 brings about the conflict and the choice that Lord Baltimore must ultimately choose. Should he stop the evil priest or kill his enemy? The writing by Christopher Golden and Mike Mignola continues to keep the story engaging. With each issue’s end, I am eagerly anticipating the next issue in the story. The art by Ben Stenbeck continues to impress. The colors by Dave Stewart are always a delight. The colors bring a unique feel and mood to the story’s atmosphere.
Four issues into this miniseries and the book continues to bring a fun and engaging story. If you haven’t been reading it, then you’re surely missing out on a great story. Just go to your local comic retailer and pick up the four issues that are currently available. The story is unique and the art is great. Read it!