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    Default Baltimore: The Widow and the Tank


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    Thanks for the info mate .This will be a blast to the sky.2 more week to come for this awesome book .
    In brightest day, in blackest night,
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    Let those who worship evil's might,
    Beware my power... Green Lantern's light

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    thanks! i just made reservations for this. i just realised i might have overlooked some issues of the baltimore series!

    what are the trades / singles available atm, and any future tpb releases?

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    I would chew my own hands to read that one :)
    In brightest day, in blackest night,
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    Let those who worship evil's might,
    Beware my power... Green Lantern's light

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    Quote Originally Posted by lex1126 View Post
    thanks! i just made reservations for this. i just realised i might have overlooked some issues of the baltimore series!

    what are the trades / singles available atm, and any future tpb releases?
    Trades: Plague Ships and then Curse Bells. Those are the only trades right now - in fact, I'm not even sure if Curse Bells has hit trade yet. I know it's in Hardcover right now. As I have it.

    There's also the illustrated novel (Baltimore, or The Steadfast Tin Solder and The Vampire), Dr Leskovar's Remedy (2 Part Story), The Play, The Widow and The Tank, and I believe two(?) more stories later this year. Dr Leskovar and the single stories will be collected together in a collection, likely some time next year. There's also the Free Comic Book Day short story but I genuinely can't remember if that has been collected yet.

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    The free comic book day issue has not been collected, it's easy enough to track down on ebay and amazon.

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    I don't think that Dark Horse is going to release a paperback of The Curse Bells. They usually come out six months after the hardcover if they are. A paperback would be long overdue if they were still planning a release. It seems the Baltimore collections will only be hardcovers from here on.

    The third trade hardcover should be out around December this year. It will collect:
    • A Passing Stranger (The FCBD short story)
    • Dr. Leskovarís Remedy #1-2
    • The Play
    • The Widow
    • The Tank
    • The Inquisitor

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    My first solo review for Multiversity. Hopefully I get better.

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    What a great read!

    Going into this I was not expecting to see Baltimore so early in his crusade. The hair was the first tip off and then I looked up the date.

    I loved how human he was here in his interactions with the vampire's wife, not only was she portrayed very sympathetically but Baltimore's final conversation with her was as well. he more or less apologized for what he said earlier and allowed the wife to distance herself from the monster that was once her husband and then offered her a gentle release.
    Very powerful stuff.

    The tank had an interesting premise, and I really liked how Baltimore and the vampire interacted but the ending seemed more than a little anti climactic.

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    The issue was a blast .I can't complain about .The only bad thing about is that it end it
    In brightest day, in blackest night,
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    I loved this issue, especially the widow part. Really creepy stuff, the atmosphere was great. It was almost perfect except for one small thing that Baltimore says. He used the word drapes. I'm English and I can tell you that English people don't say drapes, they say curtains. So that kinda pulled me out of the story for a second there. But other than that it was awesome.
    Last edited by Ollie; 03-17-2013 at 08:42 AM.

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