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Dark Horse Comics Reveals an All-New Baltimore story from Baltimore Omnibus 2

The second Baltimore Omnibus from Dark Horse Comics features an all-new eight-page story by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden, featuring art by Ben Stenbeck, colors by Dave Stewart, and lettering by Clem Robins. The never-before-published story features the adventures of a giant ape.

In addition to the new story, the second Baltimore Omnibus collects Baltimore: The Witch of Harju #1-#3, Baltimore: The Wolf and the Apostle #1-#2, Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King #1-#5, Baltimore: Empty Graves #1-#5, and Baltimore: The Red Kingdom #1-#5.

Finally armed with the identity of the being responsible for the vampire plague, Baltimore and his band of allies take on the evil around them with a new fervor. Enemies old and new, desperate battles, and strange horror await the reader as they follow Baltimore toward his ultimate destiny.

From writers Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden, with art by Ben Stenbeck and Peter Bergting comes the culmination of the Baltimore series, published for the first time in an omnibus format. Baltimore Omnibus 2 is available in bookstores as of April 7, 2020.

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New Mignola pins from Skelton Crew Studio!

Skelton Crew Studio has revealed two new pins based on Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden‘s Baltimore and Joe Golem Occult Detective.

It’s a limited edition set of Lord Baltimore and Joe Golem himself, each 2 inches tall, each incredibly badass.

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, there’s also FREE U.S. SHIPPING on ALL of their pin sets, including this new one, thru next Friday, Feb. 8, so you can grab a cool little Crew something for your pal or sweetie.

Mignola and Golden present the rise of a villain in Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King

There is an absolute evil. The Red King lives. On May 6, 2015, the legendary creator of Hellboy, Mike Mignola, and bestselling novelist Christopher Golden will reunite to present the rise of a new villain: the Red King in Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King, a five part comic book series from Dark Horse Comics with art by award winning children’s book illustrator Peter Bergting, colors by the award winning Dave Stewart and stunning covers by Ben Stenbeck.

The Red King is legendary. But is he the stuff of myth—or the ultimate adversary of the human race? In this series, Lord Baltimore discovers the truth about an ancient evil that threatens to destroy the world.

Black magic, corrupt religion and absolute evil? Beware the Red King. Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King goes on sale from Dark Horse Comics on May 6, 2015. Baltimore: Or, The Steadfast Tin Soldier and Vampire will be available for paperback for the first time in July of 2015.

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ECCC 2014: Baltimore Hunts The Red King!

Eisner Award–winning horror master Mike Mignola and #1 New York Times best-selling author Christopher Golden present a new comics series featuring the world’s greatest monster hunter, Lord Henry Baltimore, in Baltimore: The Witch of Harju.

In his newest adventure, fresh off a showdown in London, Baltimore shelters a woman on the run from a possessed dead man and the witch playing his puppet master. 

This three-issue miniseries from writers Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden, with Eisner Award–winning colorist Dave Stewart, will feature the artwork of Peter Bergting. Writer/artist Bergting has written young adult novels in both Swedish and English, and numerous short stories, reviews, and editorials. He has been published in the US, Sweden, Norway, Spain, France, Germany, Denmark, and Italy.

Baltimore: The Witch of Harju #1is on sale in comic shops July 30. Preorder your copy today!

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Review: Baltimore: The Inquisitor (One-Shot)

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The Inquisition of early-modern European historical fame is reborn in vampire-plagued Eastern Europe near the end of the First World War. From Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden, this Baltimore one-shot continues the wild-west-esque adventures of vampire hunter Lord Henry Baltimore across Eastern Europe. Baltimore has been the star of four other one-shots and three mini-series, and he’s a wonderful addition to the Mignolaverse.

The inquisitor really isn’t about Baltimore, though, but instead focuses on the titular character, a Jesuit arm of the reborn Inquisition and a Frenchman, Judge Patrice Duvic. He’s an unblinking force of the Church, determined to smite Hodge for his writings about vampires and to confront—and purge—Lord Baltimore of his evil. In this deranged Inquisitor’s opinion, acquaintanceship with vampires, even as a slayer, is only fit for those ordained by God; the flesh is always tainted, but painful purification saves the soul!

Stenbeck and Stewart provide the classic Mignolaverse milieu for the dark, richly metaphorical dialogue that paints rampant vampirism across the Austro-Hungarian Empire as a parable for the Empire’s economic and civil strife during 1917, just a year before their ultimate defeat and governmental dissolution. Mingola and Golden create the Inquisitor as a vicious, self-righteous, self-flagelleting priest that reminds me of Les Miserables’s irredeemable Javert. Baltimore’s presence book-ends the central story, and a violent confrontation is presaged.

I can hardly imagine a more exciting way to combine World War I, vampires, the Inquisition, and witches than this one-shot, which is well-worth the time. Baltimore really is one of those rare characters whose books you have to wait months for, but which always pay off as a visual and narrative odyssey.

Story: Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden   Art: Ben Stenbeck

Story: 8.75  Art: 8.5  Overall: 8.5  Recommendation: Buy

Dark Horse provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review.

Around the Tubes: D-List Edition

The weekend is almost here, yay! Anyone have any good plans? Total Recall opens, I’m still debating if I should but down some money or watch the original….

Around the Blogs:

Bleeding Cool – Joining The Deadpool D-List – Wow, what a dick.

The Mary Sue – Girl Scouts of America and Geek Squad Team Up To Inspire Geeky Girls -Awesome to see.

CBR – Bryan Singer Confirms “X-Men” Heading To “Days of Future Past” -Squee!!!!

ICv2 – Eccleston in ‘Thor 2’Some say it’s just in negotiations, others confirmed….

 

Around the Tubes Reviews:

CBR – Archer & Armstrong #1

IGN – Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe #1

Talking Comics – Invincible Iron Man #522

Splash of Our Worlds – Locke and Key, Vol. 1: Welcome to Lovecraft

Scribing Shadows – Pariah #2

Panel Discussions – Five Quick Reviews: Baltimore 1, Batwoman 10, Liberty Meadows 3, Wolverine 309, Wonder Woman 4

Christopher Golden and Mike Mignola Present Baltimore: The Play

Dark Horse is starting up their San Diego Comic-Con 2012 news early and announced that Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden are bringing the next installment of the Baltimore series.

In Baltimore: The Play, a mad playwright puts on a Grand Guignol featuring actors that are real vampires. The evil financier of the play makes a bizarre discovery when he finds out that the playwright is a fraud and the true author is the disembodied head of a famous American author kept in a glass case. Baltimore: The Play is on sale November 21, 2012!

Following The Play, Lord Baltimore finds himself in a double feature with Baltimore: The Widow and the Tank, on sale February 20, 2013. “The Widow” concerns a woman whose husband and war buddies have returned from the war as vampires and begun preying on their hometown. In “The Tank,” Baltimore learns of a wrecked tank in a field as he is passing through the war-ravaged countryside. People believe there is a vampire living inside that has been eating cattle and attacking locals. When Baltimore checks it out, it turns out to be true…to a point.

Lord Baltimore’s next adventure, Baltimore: The Inquisitor, features the origin story of one of his main antagonists—Judge Duvic. Look for The Inquisitor on sale June 19, 2013!

2011 Harvey Awards Nominees Announced

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The nominees for the 2011 Harvey Awards have been announced.  Final ballots are due by Aug. 6. Winners will be announced at the Baltimore Comic-Con, which runs Aug. 20-21.  Congrats to all of the nominees.

Best Letterer
• Scott Brown, Box 13, http://www.comixology.com and Red 5 Comics
• Darwyn Cooke, Richard Stark’s Parker: The Outfit, IDW
• Dustin Harbin, Casanova, Image Comics
• Troy Peteri, Witchblade, Top Cow
• Robbie Robbins, Locke & Key: Keys To The Kingdom # 1, IDW
• John Workman, Thor, Marvel Comics

Best Colorist
• Veronica Gandini, Mice Templar: Volume 10, Image Comics
• Laura Martin, The Stand, Marvel Comics
• Ed Ryzowski, Gutters, http://www.the-Gutters.com
• Dave Stewart, BPRD, Dark Horse Comics
• Jose Villarubia, Cuba : My Revolution, Vertigo/DC Comics

Best Syndicated Strip Or Panel
Cul De Sac, Richard Thompson, Universal Press Syndicate
Doonesbury, Garry Trudeau, Universal Press Syndicate
Mutts, Patrick Mcdonnell, King Features Syndicate
Non Sequitur, Wiley Miller, Universal Press Syndicate
Tom The Dancing Bug, Ruben Bolling, Universal Press Syndicate

Best Online Comics Work
Guns Of Shadow Valley, David Wachter and James Andrew Clark
Gutters, Lar Desouza, Ed Ryzowski and Ryan Sohmer
Hark! A Vagrant, Kate Beaton
La Morte Sisters, Created Tony Trov, Johnny Zito and Christine Larsen
PvP, Scott Kurtz

Best American Edition Of Foreign Material
AX: Alternate Manga, edited By Sean Michael Wilson And Mitsuhiro Asakawa, Top Shelf
Blacksad, Juan Diaz Canales and Juanjo Guarnido, Dark Horse Comics
It Was The War Of The Trenches, Jacques Tardi, Fantagraphics
The Killer: Modus Vivendi, Matz And Luc Jacamon, Archaia
Torpedo Volume 2, Jordi Bernet, IDW

Best Inker
• Damian Couceiro, Hawks Of Outremer, Boom! Studios
• Steve Ellis, Box 13, comiXology & Red 5 Comics
• Gabriel Hardman, Agents Of Atlas, Marvel Comics
• Mark Morales, Thor, Marvel Comics
• Sal Regla, Magdalena, Top Cow

Best New Series
American Vampire, Scott Snyder, Stephen King and Rafael Albuquerque, Vertigo/DC Comics
Echoes, Joshua Hale Fialkov and Rashan Ekedal, Top Cow
Gutters, Lar Desouza, Ed Ryzoski and Ryan Sohmer, http://www.the-Gutters.com
Kill Shakespeare, Anthony Del Col and Conor Mccreery, IDW
Sixth Gun, Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt, Oni Press
Thor: The Mighty Avenger, Roger Langridge and Chris Samnee, Marvel Comics

Most Promising New Talent
• Barry Deutsch, Hereville: How Mirka Got Her Sword, Amulet Books
• Comfort Love And Adam Withers, Rainbow In The Dark
• Chris Samnee, Thor: The Mighty Avenger, Marvel Comics
• Scott Snyder, American Vampire, Vertigo/DC Comics
• Nick Spencer, Morning Glories, Image Comics

Special Award for Humor in Comics
• Matt Groening, The Simpsons Futurama Crossover Crisis, Abrams ComicArts
• Roger Landridge, The Muppet Show, BOOM! Studios
• Ryan Sohmer, Gutters
• Shannon Wheeler, I Thought You Would Be Funnier, BOOM! Studios
• Thom Zahler, Love And Capes, IDW

Best Original Graphic Publication for Younger Readers
Amulet # 3: The Cloud Searcher, Kazu Kibuishi, Graphix
Jingle Belle, Paul Dini
Meanwhile: Pick Any Path. 3856 Story Possibilities, Jason Shiga, Amulet Books
Reading With Pictures, Josh Elder, executive editor, Reading With Pictures
Smile, Raina Telgemeier, Scholastic Graphix
Tiny Titans, Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani, DC Comics

Best Graphic Album Previously Published
Art In Time, Edited Dan Nadel, Abrams ComicArts
Beasts Of Burden: Animal Rites, Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson, Dark Horse Comics
Dave Stevens’ The Rocketeer: Aritist’s Edition, Designed by Randall Dahlk, Edited by Scott Dunbier, IDW
The Marvelous Land Of Oz, Eric Shanower and Skottie Young, Marvel Comics
Tumor, Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon, Archaia

Best Anthology
Blab World #1, Monte Beauchamp And Bill North, Last Gasp
CBGB, Kieron Gillen and Sam Humphries, BOOM! Studios
Popgun # 4, Edited by D.J. Kirkbride, Anthony Wu and Adam P. Knave, Image Comics
Reading With Pictures, Josh Elder, executive editor, Reading With Pictures
Strange Tales, Volume II # 1, Edited By Jody Leheup, Marvel Comics
Uniques Tales, Tanya Eby and Mallette Pagano

Best Domestic Reprint Project
Dave Stevens’ The Rocketeer: Aritist’s Edition, Designed by Randall Dahlk, Edited by Scott Dunbier, IDW
The Darkness, Garth Ennis, Marc Silvestri and Batt, Image Comics
Jet Scott, Jerry Robinson and Sheldon Stark, Dark Horse Comics
Li’l Abner: The Complete Dailies and Color Sundays, Edited By Bruce Canwell, IDW
Superman vs. Muhammad Ali, Neal Adams and Dennis O’Neil, DC Comics

Best Cover Artist
• Darwyn Cooke, Richard Stark’s Parker: The Outfit, IDW
• Jenny Frison, Angel, IDW
• Marcos Martin, Amazing Spider-Man, Marvel Comics
• Mike Mignola, Hellboy, Dark Horse Comics
• Frank Quitely, Batman and Robin, DC Comics

Best Biographical, Historical or Journalistic Presentation
75 Years Of DC Comics: The Art Of Modern Myth-Making, Paul Levitz, Taschen Books
The Art of Jaime Hernandez: The Secrets of Life and Death, Edited by Todd Hignite, Abrams Comicarts
Jerry Robinson: Ambassador of Comics, N. C. Christopher Couch, Abrams Comicarts
Oddly Compelling Art Of Denis Kitchen, Denis Kitchen and Charles Brownstein, Edited By John Lind and Diana Schutz, Dark Horse Books
Portrait Of A Sequential Artist, Directed by Andrew D. Cook, Montilla Presentations

Special Award For Excellence In Presentation
Dave Stevens’ The Rocketeer: Artist’s Edition, Designed by Randall Dahlk, Edited by Scott Dunbier, IDW
Oddly Compelling Art Of Denis Kitchen Kitchen, Denis Kitchen and Charles Brownstein, Edited by John Lind and Diana Schutz, Dark Horse Books
Richard Stark’s Parker: The Outfit, Darwyn Cooke, IDW
Shazam! The Golden Age Of The World’s Mightiest Mortal, Chip Kidd and Geoff Spear, Abrams Comicarts
Wednesday Comics Hardcover Edition, Edited By Mark Chiarello, DC Comics

Best Graphic Album – Original
Duncan, The Wonder Dog, Adam Hines, Adhouse Books
Market Day, James Sturm, Drawn and Quarterly
Scott Pilgrm Volume 6: Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour, Bryan Lee O’Malley, Oni Press
Wilson, Dan Clowes, Drawn And Quarterly
X’ed Out, Charles Burns, Pantheon

Best Continuing Or Limited Series
Chew, John Layman and Rob Guillory, Image Comics
Daytripper, Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba, Vertigo/DC Comics
Echo, Terry Moore, Abstract Studio
Fantastic Four, Jonathan Hickman and Dale Eaglesham, Marvel Comics
Locke & Key: Keys To The Kingdom # 1, Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriquez, IDW
Love And Rockets: Volume 3, Jaime And Gilbert Hernandez, Fantagraphics

Best Writer
• Cullen Bunn, Sixth Gun, Oni Press
• Joshua Hale Fialkov, Echoes, Top Cow
• Roger Langridge, Thor: The Mighty Avenger, Marvel Comics
• Ryan Sohmer, Gutters, http://www.the-Gutters.com
• Mark Waid, Irredeemable, BOOM! Studios

Best Artist
• Darwyn Cooke, Richard Stark’s Parker: The Outfit, IDW
• Dean Haspiel, Cuba : My Revolution, Vertigo/DC Comics
• Brian Hurtt, Sixth Gun, Oni Press
• Ed Ryzowski, Gutters
• Chris Samnee, Thor: The Mighty Avenger, Marvel Comics

Best Cartoonist
• Darwyn Cooke, Richard Stark’s Parker: The Outfit, IDW
• Jaime Hernandez, Love and Rockets, Fantagraphics
• Jeff Lemire, Sweet Tooth, Vertigo/DC Comics
• Bryan Lee O’Malley, Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour, Oni Press
• Jeff Smith, RASL, Cartoon Books

Best Single Issue or Story
Acme Novelty Library #20: Lint, Chris Ware, Drawn and Quarterly
Echoes # 1, Joshua Hale Fialkov and Rashan Ekedal, Top Cow
Daytripper, Fabio Moon and Gabiel Ba, Vertigo/DC Comics
Locke & Key: Keys To The Kingdom #1, Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriquez, IDW
Love and Rockets: New Stories, Volume 3, Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez, Fantagraphics
Popgun # 4, Edited By D.J. Kirkbride, Anthony Wu and Adam P. Knave, Image Comics
Wilson, Daniel Clowes, Drawn and Quarterly

Baltimore Comic-Con Welcomes Giffen, DeMatteis and Maguire!

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Baltimore Comic-Con Welcomes Giffen, DeMatteis, and Maguire!
 
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – June 30, 2011 – The Baltimore Comic-Con is pleased to announce the addition of Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Kevin Maguire to the line-up of creators attending this year’s show, taking place the weekend of August 20-21, 2011.
Keith Giffen, who will be making his only convention appearance this year at the Baltimore Comic-Con, is a writer/artist who has worked on such title as Legion of  Super-Heroes, Nick Fury’s Howling Commandos, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, and his creator-owned series, Hero Squared. Most recently, Giffen was named artist on the DC title O.M.A.C., launching in September.
Writer J.M. DeMatteis began his career in the late-’70s working on DC Comics’ horror line of books. In 1980, he moved over to Marvel, where he worked on The Defenders and Captain America. Over the next 30 years, DeMatteis would write nearly every major character in both the DC and Marvel Universes, including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, Silver Surfer, Daredevil and Doctor Strange. In 2010, he teamed up with long-time collaborator, Keith Giffen on DC’s Booster Gold series.

Artist Kevin Maguire, who has worked with both Giffen and DeMatteis on several books, began his a career in 1987. He has worked on such high-profile titles as Batman Confidential, Captain America and X-Men. Most recently, he worked on the latest relaunch of Doom Patrol at DC Comics.

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Giffen, DeMatteis and Maguire are well-known for their run on DC Comics’ Justice League in the late ’80s, which added a humorous brand of storytelling to the superhero team dynamic. Their appearance at the Baltimore Comic-Con marks only the second time they have all been together at a show. In addition, all three creators will be appearing on a panel together at the show.

“The three of us have only been together at a convention once before – and that ended in screaming, physical violence, and millions of dollars in property damage,” said DeMatteis. “I look forward to doing it again!”

“With the recent release of the latest Justice League International trade from DC, we couldn’t be happier to have the creative team behind that book at this year’s show,” said Marc Nathan, show promoter of the Baltimore Comic-Con. “That series’ lighthearted tone and fantastic humor added something different to a comic landscape that was filled with ‘grim and gritty’ books and should be on everyone’s essential reading lists.”

Also, don’t forget that Stan Lee VIP Packages and show admission tickets are now available and can be purchased online by visiting baltimorecomiccon.com/tickets/!

Confirmed guests for this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con include: Guest of Honor, Stan “The Man” Lee; Jason Aaron (Scalped, PunisherMAX); Charlie Adlard (The Walking Dead); Nick Cardy (Aquaman, Teen Titans); Greg Capullo (Spawn, Batman); Cliff Chiang (Greendale); Frank Cho (50 Girl 50, X-Men: Schism, New Ultimates); Todd Dezago (Super Hero Squad, The Perhapanauts); David Finch (Brightest Day, Batman: The Dark Knight); Ron Frenz (Spider-Girl); Jose-Luis Garcia-Lopez (Wednesday Comics, Batman Confidential); Michael Golden (creator of Bucky O’Hare); Mike Grell (Action Comics, The Pilgrim); Brad Guigar (Evil, Inc., Courting Disaster); Steve Hamaker (Bone); Cully Hamner (Red, Red: Eyes Only); Dean Haspiel (The Alcoholic, Act-i-Vate); Jamal Igle (Supergirl, Zatanna); J.G. Jones (Doc Savage, DC Universe Legacies); Barry Kitson (Secret Invasion, Amazing Spider-Man); Laura Martin (New Avengers, Thor); Mark Morales (Fear Itself cover artist); Kevin Nowlan (Wednesday Comics); David Petersen (Mouse Guard); Brandon Peterson (Ultimate Vision, Strange); Craig Rousseau (Marvel Her-Oes); Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo); Walter Simonson (Thor); Jeff Smith (Bone, RASL); Nick Spencer (Morning Glories, Iron Man 2.0); Brian Stelfreeze (Wednesday Comics); Karl Story (DC Universe Legacies); Tim Truman (Conan the Cimmerian); Neil Vokes (Flesh & Blood, Eagle: The Original Adventures); and Thom Zahler (Love and Capes).

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Attending the Baltimore Comic-Con? Show your support online!

Simply change your social network (Facebook, Twitter, blog, etc.) avatar pictures to the “See You in Baltimore!” image and let the world know you’re attending the show!

In coming weeks, look for more announcements from the Baltimore Comic-Con. We are looking forward to highlighting our guests, the Harvey Awards, industry exclusives, and programming. The latest developments can always be found at our website, Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace pages.

This year’s Baltimore Comic-Con will be held August 20-21, 2011. Convention hours are Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM and Sunday 10 AM to 5 PM. The ceremony and banquet for the Harvey Awards will be held Saturday night, August 20th.

About The Baltimore Comic-Con

The Baltimore Comic-Con is celebrating its 12th year of bringing the comic book industry to the Baltimore and Washington D.C. area. With a guest list unequaled in the industry, the Baltimore Comic-Con will be held August 20-21, 2011. For more information, please visit www.baltimorecomiccon.com.

About The Harvey Awards
The Harvey Awards are one of the comic book industry’s oldest and most respected awards. With a history of over 20 years, the last 6 in conjunction with the Baltimore Comic-Con, the Harveys recognize outstanding achievements in over 20 categories. They are the only industry awards nominated and selected by the full body of comic book professionals. For more information, please visit www.harveyawards.org.

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VIP Packages and Tickets for the Baltimore Comic-Con Now on Sale!

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VIP Packages and Tickets for the Baltimore Comic-Con Now On Sale!
 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – June 22, 2011 – It’s official! VIP Packages and tickets are now on sale for the 12thAnnual Baltimore Comic-Con, taking place August 20-21, 2011. Online ticket sales began Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at noon for the Stan Lee VIP Packages, along with one-day and two-day passes.

The Stan Lee VIP Package will include:

  • Two-Day Admission to the show with exclusive admission to the show floor 30 minutes early on both days
  • “Fast Stan” line to get:
  • a Stan Lee Autograph (included)
  • a Professional photo-op which includes an 8×10 photo with Stan (included)
  • An Exclusive Stan Lee VIP Badge and Lanyard
  • Preferred seating at Stan’s Panel on Sunday
  • Exclusive commemorative items which will be announced closer to the show
  • Express access for any additional autographs or photograph with Stan, which you may purchase separately

VIP Packages are priced at $195.00 and are strictly limited to ONLY 400!

“There is no better way to experience this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con than with the Stan Lee VIP Package,” said Marc Nathan, show promoter of the Baltimore Comic-Con. “The chance to meet a living legend in the comic industry is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that you won’t want to pass up!”

Tickets to the show will also be available for purchase at the following prices:

  • Two-Day Admission: $30.00
  • Saturday Admission (8/20): $20.00
  • Sunday Admission (8/21): $15.00

VIP Packages and admission tickets, as well as tickets for photographs and autographs with Stan Lee, can be purchased online by visiting baltimorecomiccon.com/tickets/.

Confirmed guests for this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con include: Guest of Honor, Stan “The Man” Lee; Jason Aaron (Scalped, PunisherMAX); Charlie Adlard (The Walking Dead); Nick Cardy (Aquaman, Teen Titans); Greg Capullo (Spawn, Batman); Cliff Chiang (Greendale); Frank Cho (50 Girl 50, X-Men: Schism, New Ultimates); Todd Dezago (Super Hero Squad, The Perhapanauts); David Finch (Brightest Day, Batman: The Dark Knight); Ron Frenz (Spider-Girl); Jose-Luis Garcia-Lopez (Wednesday Comics, Batman Confidential); Michael Golden (creator of Bucky O’Hare); Mike Grell (Action Comics, The Pilgrim); Brad Guigar (Evil, Inc., Courting Disaster); Steve Hamaker (Bone); Cully Hamner (Red, Red: Eyes Only); (Dean Haspiel (The Alcoholic, Act-i-Vate); Jamal Igle (Supergirl, Zatanna); J.G. Jones (Doc Savage, DC Universe Legacies); Barry Kitson (Secret Invasion, Amazing Spider-Man); Laura Martin (New Avengers, Thor); Mark Morales (Fear Itself cover artist); Kevin Nowlan (Wednesday Comics); David Petersen (Mouse Guard); Brandon Peterson (Ultimate Vision, Strange); Craig Rousseau (Marvel Her-Oes); Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo); Walter Simonson (Thor); Jeff Smith (Bone, RASL); Nick Spencer (Morning Glories, Iron Man 2.0); Brian Stelfreeze (Wednesday Comics); Karl Story (DC Universe Legacies); Tim Truman (Conan the Cimmerian); Neil Vokes (Flesh & Blood, Eagle: The Original Adventures); and Thom Zahler (Love and Capes).

In coming weeks, look for more announcements from the Baltimore Comic-Con. We are looking forward to highlighting our guests, the Harvey Awards, industry exclusives, and programming. The latest developments can always be found at our website, Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace pages.

This year’s Baltimore Comic-Con will be held August 20-21, 2011. Convention hours are Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM and Sunday 10 AM to 5 PM. The ceremony and banquet for the Harvey Awards will be held Saturday night, August 20th.

About The Baltimore Comic-Con

The Baltimore Comic-Con is celebrating its 12th year of bringing the comic book industry to the Baltimore and Washington D.C. area. With a guest list unequaled in the industry, the Baltimore Comic-Con will be held August 20-21, 2011. For more information, please visit www.baltimorecomiccon.com.

About The Harvey Awards
The Harvey Awards are one of the comic book industry’s oldest and most respected awards. With a history of over 20 years, the last 6 in conjunction with the Baltimore Comic-Con, the Harveys recognize outstanding achievements in over 20 categories. They are the only industry awards nominated and selected by the full body of comic book professionals. For more information, please visit www.harveyawards.org.

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