Lord Baltimore attacks a coven of witches to free his friend, but the witches will not give him up so willingly. Alone and freezing, Baltimore can now only save himself. Will he survive the wrath of the witches?
The tension of this book can fill a room because each turn of the page could reveal some unknown horror capable of killing all. Forget pins and needles, I'm on daggers reading this book because of the tension. Recommended. Read Full Review
The only character that seems a bit left out at the moment is Dr. Rose, but with a cast this big, there's no harm in that. By necessity some characters have to take a step back. If he doesn't get his moment in this story, I'm sure he'll get one in a future tale. Mignola and company are juggling nine characters, and they're doing so in a way that makes it seem effortless (which is usually a sign that a lot of hard work went into it). Read Full Review
Baltimore: Cult of the Red King #3 shows just how far the series has come in five years, and will leave readers stunned with its final sequence. The stakes are higher than ever, and Mignola and Golden have not lost track of the thematic core of the story. It is a comic about reflections and dualities: humanity and inhumanity, life and death, heat and cold. Even without this enormous cliffhanger, the issue gives readers every reason they might need to return for more. Read Full Review
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