Comic Review: Baltimore: The Red Kingdom #1 (Dark Horse Comics)

How can a new issue like this could blow their minds when humans are fighting against mythical monsters in the past? It is a new age of hell in Baltimore, […]

How can a new issue like this could blow their minds when humans are fighting against mythical monsters in the past?

It is a new age of hell in Baltimore, fear had spread to this world. War and madness has spread the world and people are willing to survive the battle of the Red Kings. Things are turning a bit worse for the humans in this world. Baltimore has turned into a brink of war between humans and monsters, however, for many years, Baltimore had been plagued by the Red Kings for so long. For centuries, they started wars and the battles they faced has lead into a bigger threat. This story focuses on occult fantasies that are about to pose a threat by living beings and demons from the darkness which would make this world upside down. Will they survive in battle?

In my reflections of this new series, I thinking that this story is really good. Not only that this story has more action and violence, but it has some more tension and menacing behind this story. The story of Baltimore brings about a war of the Red Kings, however, there’s so many battles which involve humans and demons, heaven and hell beyond this world. What this story really makes more interesting is that the story brings more occult events like vampires, demons, especially the madness and evil beyond this world. However, no one would ever know when does this war end when madness vanishes this world.

This story is more amazing than any other occult stories and movies that I’d read and watched, I would read more about this.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.