The Fellowship was fortunate enough to obtain a copy of CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT #16 from Dark Horse Comics. The story is written by Joshua Williamson, illustrated by Fernando Dagnino, with colors by Javier Mena, and letters by Blambot’s Nate Piekos.

 It’s Halloween time in Nightshade, Nevada. Jim Albright, AKA Captain Midnight, is in the process of rebuilding the diner (and the town) as part of making up to the people for the battle with Tempus. Agent Jones buys a present for Albright…an old time radio. As the two listen to an old radio drama featuring Wolfman Willie, something happens to the townsfolk. This is a Halloween Albright and Jones won’t forget…assuming they survive the night.

It seems to me that Joshua Williamson can do no wrong. I’m enjoying all of his titles…with CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT possibly being at the top.  Albright is becoming a superhero because the world needs them. After all he’s been through since being displaced into this time period from World War II; he’s more concern about others who might need his help. That is the mark of a true hero.

CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT #16 is in stores now, or available for ordering at www.darkhorse.com. For more info on Project Black Sky, check out www.projectblacksky.net.