When you combine the talents of Milke Mignola, Christopher Golden, Ben
Stenbeck, and Dave Stewart you are in for a treat!
We learn a lot in this book about Lord Baltimore's background and how he
came face to face with the powerful vampire known as Haigus.
The storytelling is brisk and engaging and reveals in layers who Baltimore
is and his grim hunt. Mignola and Golden know how to keep their audience's
This book is truly a horror story, with the scenes from the front lines in
World War I France probably the most horrific.
Stenbeck is an excellent artist but Stewart's colors really mesh with his
pencils to create a simple, haunting look to the work.
This is truly a classic!
(Posted March 3, 2015)
Questions with... Inker Le Beau Underwood
1) On what project are you currently working?
I am currently inking Angela: Asgard's Assassin for Marvel with penciler Phil Jimenez and colorist Romulo Farjardo, Jr.
2) Whom in your field do you admire most and why?
Tim Townsend. He has inked some of the best pencilers in the business, and his work is so slick and fluid. I really admire his
versatility. Plus, he is a really nice guy in person. No ego at all.
3) How did you get into the comic book field?
With a lot of hard work and focus. I started by inking (in some cases, for free) small press titles, which led to more exposure to the
larger publishers. I recall many times when I would gather together samples every two weeks and mail them out to publishers. I did this
for several years. Eventually, I began to gain notice and started receiving paying
4) On which title would you most like to work and why?
For Marvel, I would like to ink either The Black Panther, Spider-Man, or Captain America. For DC Comics? Hmmm...either The
Flash, Superman, or something Bat-related.
5) On what project will you be working next?
I'm prepping inks on issue #5 of Angela now, then into issue #6. I'm having a blast inking
(Posted March 3, 2015)
The premise of this
excellent anthology is simple: tell comic book stories in three pages, with no more
than two central characters, and top it off with a
While the stories are wildly different from each other, the reader can
find at least one aspect of each to enjoy.
And, if the reader doesn't particularly care for a story, they are only
three pages long so the investment is minimal.
Some are riveting with shocking twists at the end and others are truly