Baltimore,

Ebook $13.99

Spectra | Dec 10, 2008 | 304 Pages | ISBN 9780307481917

  • Hardcover$25.00

    Spectra | Aug 28, 2007 | 304 Pages | 7-1/2 x 9-1/4 | ISBN 9780553804713

  • Ebook$13.99

    Spectra | Dec 10, 2008 | 304 Pages | ISBN 9780307481917

Awards

Booklist Editor’s Choice for Young Adults WINNER 2007

New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age WINNER 2008

Praise

“Final word: Mignola’s stark black-and-white illustrations are an excellent complement to Golden’s words in that rarest of supernatural novels: an original vampire tale.”—Rocky Mountain News

"Baltimore is an old time rootin’ tootin’ sense of wonder story dragged through a modern blender, then slow baked in hell. I loved it. It was velvet bullet—speedy and rich in sensation. Go boys, go."—Joe R. Lansdale

“With Baltimore, Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden lay siege to the reader’s imagination with a grim battalion of gothic images and a thunderous barrage of narrative artillery. This is not a novel: it’s a war machine. Surrender immediately.”—Joe Hill, author of Heart-Shapped Box

"I have admired Mike Mignola both as an artist and as a tremendous story teller pretty much since his career began. In this collaboration with Christopher Golden, it’s fair to say he surpasses himself. He and Golden have produced a witty classic of supernatural fiction.”—Michael Moorcock, bestselling author of The Elric Saga

“Co-authors Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden brilliantly cross the evocative dread of early supernatural writers Algernon Blackwood and Ambrose Bierce with the inventive, in-your-face horror of contemporary counterparts Stephen King and Bentley Little.”–Omaha World Herald

“A haunting allegory on the nature of war…. Stark monochromatic illustrations from Mignola enhance this dramatic tale of war and fear.”—Publishers Weekly

“Outstanding…. Mike Mignola’s outstanding black-and-white illustrations turn the book into a beautiful object and add to its overall storybook quality. He and Golden have outdone themselves with Baltimore, a gorgeous, haunting tale that may well become a classic.”—Fangoria

Video & Media

Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden Interview

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