Michael Lark comic
Baker Street is a story set in an alternate-universe London where World War II never happened and the Victorian influence on British society continued into the 1980s. Divided into two arcs of five issues each, "Honour Among Punks" and "Children of the Night" combine Sherlock Holmes mystery and Jack the Ripper horror to create a unique and fascinating storyline. Featuring punks, goths, corrupt police, and an American student studying abroad, these two stories keep you guessing until the end. Each story arc was collected in its own trade paperback published by Caliber in 1993, and then published together in one volume by Milk and Cookies Press in 2008.
Introducing Saint Germaine, a man who has lived forever but has died 1,000 deaths. The immortal Germaine is featured in narratives that not only chronicle his life, but mankind's as well. In this opening storyline, Germaine has been contemplating the end to forever until he finds out that his long time companion, Lilith, still survives. And Germaine not only finds out that Lilith is still alive, but that she wants to end his existence. Having tried to live a normal life, Lilith watched as her mortal family aged and died before her eyes. Tragedies of the world have unfolded before her to see and she isn’t sure there is a way to escape the pain of it all, except to end her life...and Saint Germaine’s.
The group hold up in Michigan has disbanded upon the death of their leader John and Albert is captured by King Zombie. King Zombie wishes for him to become his chronicler...something to pass on to posperity. King Zombie must deal with the Demon Lord who is powerless and must continue the search of his mysterious life forces to complete his transformation in this dimension. Dan and Joey come across a motorcycle gang and to their surprise, find out Donna is with them. Bowker is on a rendezvous mission in a city and comes across Reyna, but can she be trusted...this time. All that and more in this first issue to kick off the second volume of Deadworld. Includes a zombie pin-up gallery drawn by various comic artists.
Caliber Rounds is a monthly 'magazine' spotlighting Caliber's creators and titles with interviews, profiles, previews, and more. This first issue clocks in at a large 38 pages with interviews from Kevin Van Hook on doing Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ben Sherrill and his Ballad of Rory Hawkins, Mayen Briem on the genesis of Horror City, and Steve Jones takes a look at Dracula and wants to know why the Count can't gain popularity ala Sherlock Holmes. Plus a look at all the releases from Caliber's first year since it returned to publishing. There's also a sneak peak at some upcoming titles.