Remedies & Werewuffs…It Must Be Comic Book Quickies!

Quickies by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

Baltimore: Dr. Leskovar’s Remedy Part 1 of 2  Written by Mike Mignola & Christopher Golden, Art by Ben Stenbeck, Colors by Dave Stewart, Covers by Ben Stenbeck and Mike Mignola, and Published by Dark Horse Comics. Retail Price $3.50

Baltimore continues to hunt the one-eyed vampire that killed his family.  In this chapter of Baltimore’s journey, he finds himself crash landing in a fishing village but of course, it is no ordinary fishing village.  The townspeople, which consists of only the elderly and children, have abandoned the creature comforts of their homes for makeshift shelters by the shore.  It soon becomes clear that their once lovely town is now a haven for things that hide in the dark.  Lord Baltimore must try to keep on the still warm trail of his prey while discovering the reason for the disappearance of the village’s men and what the remedies of Dr. Leskovar are.  Baltimore: Dr. Leskovar’s Remedy is in a three-way tie for our favorite vampire book and is currently pulling ahead of the pack.

Alabaster Wolves Issue 3  Written by Caitlín R. Kiernan, Art by Steve Lieber, Colors by Rachelle Rosenberg, Cover by Greg Ruth and Published by Dark Horse Comics. Retail Price $3.50

The world of Dancy Flammarion is a complicated world of good and evil.  Issue 3 sees Dancy wrestling with the ghost of her past, both literally and figuratively.  Her new guardian angel is searching for answers and gets a few of them in the form of a flashback to a piece of Dancy’s valuables.  The world of Alabaster Wolves is a very, very strange world which goes without saying.  The day-to-day life may seem like a typical day in a backwater town down south but then a werewolf turns up and suddenly you’re caught in the middle of angels, demons and things that go bump in the night.

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