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eBook Baltimore Volume 2: The Curse Bells ePub

by Scott Allie,Ben Stenbeck,Dave Stewart,Mike Mignola

  • ISBN: 1595826742
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Scott Allie,Ben Stenbeck,Dave Stewart,Mike Mignola
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dark Horse (June 12, 2012)
  • Pages: 144
  • ePub book: 1819 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1672 kb
  • Other: mobi txt rtf lrf
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 478

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Ben Stenbeck continues to produce first rate work and Dave Stewart proves once again why he is the best colorist . I really enjoyed this segment of Mike Mignola's character Lord Baltimore and his experience with The Curse Bells

Ben Stenbeck continues to produce first rate work and Dave Stewart proves once again why he is the best colorist working in the industry today. Mignola and Chris Golden craft another solid book together and if you liked the first Baltimore book you'll enjoy the second. I really enjoyed this segment of Mike Mignola's character Lord Baltimore and his experience with The Curse Bells. The main premise in the story seems to be that people are inherently evil, and it is only in making conscious choices to help others that they become human.

Lord Baltimore and the Curse Bells was amazing Ben Stenbeck continues to produce first rate work and Dave Stewart proves once again why he is the best colorist working in the industry today.

Lord Baltimore and the Curse Bells was amazing. This is my second volume of the Lord Baltimore books and I enjoyed this one quite a bit more than the first. Lord Baltimore is still on the hunt of Haigus the elder vampire. The second Baltimore volume isn’t as good as the first book, maybe because it’s a smaller story than the first. Cursed bells? It’s good but the story still feels a bit thin. Ben Stenbeck continues to produce first rate work and Dave Stewart proves once again why he is the best colorist working in the industry today. Mignola and Chris Golden craft another solid book together and if you liked the first Baltimore book you’ll enjoy the second.

Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden. The comic book series has been collected in hardcover volumes. Only the first volume has been published in paperback

Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden. Mike Mignola VARIANT: Francesco Francavilla. Only the first volume has been published in paperback Volume.

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By Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden Illustrated by Various and Dave Stewart. A horrific ritual will create havoc on a small European town, as Lord Baltimore takes on the twisted blessing of vampiric nuns and an insane warlock! By award–winning writers Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden. New York Times bestseller! Crisp, clean & drenched in blood!

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Baltimore: The Curse Bells 5 issues . Haigus 4. Judge Duvic 4. Top Rated Lists for Baltimore: The Curse Bells. Volume Published by Dark Horse Comics. Short summary describing this volume. The second volume following Lord Baltimore. Collected in Baltimore: The Curse Bells. Header 4. Header 3. Header 2. Quote.

Writer: Christopher Golden, Mike Mignola. Artist: Ben Stenbeck. Monsters are overrunning Europe, and Baltimore, the only one who can put an end to these horrors, must find and kill Haigus, the vampire responsible for this chaos. Publication date: August 2011 - December 2011. Following reports that Haigus is holed up in a cloister, Baltimore finds a haven full of death and black magic, and the creature at the heart of his obsession! Based on the novel by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden. All-new Mignola series! Issue(s). Issue Issue Issue Issue Issue Please do NOT spoil content of NEXT issues.

Mike Mignola; Christopher Golden. 2. The Curse Bells Baltimore.

A horrific ritual will create havoc on a small European town, as Lord Baltimore takes on the twisted blessing of vampiric nuns and an insane warlock!

Comments

Mejora Mejora
Ask not for whom the bloody bells toll, they toll for thee, and their ringing will bring a chaotic nightmare of evil into the world.
I really enjoyed this segment of Mike Mignola's character Lord Baltimore and his experience with The Curse Bells. The main premise in the story seems to be that people are inherently evil, and it is only in making conscious choices to help others that they become human.
Mike Mignola's version of vampires in this story is that people once worshipped them as gods, but after people acquired more knowledge and evolved from their inherent base nature, vampires lost their hold over humans until the horror of modern warfare made them relevant again.
In this volume, Lord Baltimore has had everything but his thirst for revenge taken away from him by one of these ancient creatures, and as he follows his path of personal retribution, Lord Baltimore runs straight into an even greater evil that is manifesting itself in a war torn Europe; the way this malevolent issue is presented at the end of World War I resonates with historic significance... And the irony of Lord Baltimore's situation is that he too is being hunted by a religious fanatic determined to eradicate malevolence from the remnants of the plague savaged landscape, so the decisions Lord Baltimore makes are sure to have significant consequences in the next volume of Mike Mignola's Lord Baltimore.
The blood drenched art work is my favorite part of the book: humanities life vitae flows in crimson waterfalls from carillon bells to fall earthward and splash upward in violent counterforce as it strikes pools of plasma puddles that roll over the dead and run down stony steps to infuse a variety of horrific characters with a liquid, vibrant red: vampires as huge bats; rotting vampire nuns torturing themselves with cross flagellation and Eucharist immolation; soldier warlocks intent on taking on the world; bloody female dwarf homunculus so evil they cannot be killed. All this and much more are drawn to create a tortured landscape where even the most innocent appearing youth is stained with evil.
This is a dark and foreboding tale told for those who have strong constitutions and the courage to deal with the possibility that evil is only waiting for the right spark to bring it to life.
Purestone Purestone
I might be overstating in the title but I have never been truly disappointed in one of his stories. The Curse Bells delivers more of the creepy atmosphere and scary thrills that Mignola is known for in Hellboy. Baltimore is a bit of a reluctant and tragic hero but a hero none the less.

Baltimore is not set in the Hellboy universe but it's not far removed. The over story of Baltimore pursuing his revenge on a Vampire and dealing with various other supernatural horrors along the way is excellent on it's face. The sub nature of the story with him dealing with the fact that he is now a champion against supernatural evil, (sounds silly when you say it and probably feels worse when you know it's true) is compelling and gives the character depth. This second comic chapter is stronger and a better read than the first.
Goltizuru Goltizuru
I am really enjoying Baltimore. Great characters, and the art matches
perfectly. Cannot wait to read the next volume. Highly recommended.
Walan Walan
This is such an amazing series and I was so pleased to have received it as quickly as I did and in perfect condition. thank you so much!
Landamath Landamath
I consider the Mignolaverse works comfort pieces cause when I read em I just get sucked in and find em a breath of fresh air, don't wanna put em down and love to take my time absorbing this material.
Macill Macill
this is a gripping graphic novel from beginning to end, my only complaint is that it leaves more to be desired in the end. But the artwork is phenomenal and the story line is compelling, I will read it again.
Hiclerlsi Hiclerlsi
Was ok
AAAAAA+++++