Lost and Gone Forever
|Written by|| Mike Mignola|
|Illustrated by||John Severin|
|Colored by||Dave Stewart|
|Lettered by||Clem Robins|
|Edited by||Scott Allie|
|Originally Published in||Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever #1–5|
|Internal Numbering||Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder #6–10|
|Date Published||February–June 2011|
|— COLLECTED IN —|
|Trade Paperback||Witchfinder – Volume 2: Lost and Gone Forever|
Sir Edward Grey, Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever is a 5 issue mini-series published from February to June 2011. This is the second Witchfinder mini-series, following In the Service of Angels. The first issue was published with two covers, one by Mike Mignola and an alternate by John Severin.
In 1880, Sir Edward Grey arrives in Reidlynne, Utah. He enters a local bar and asks to speak to the sheriff. Grey get in a fight and winds up being forced out of town. He rides away with Morgan Kaler, a local man willing to help him. Kaler tells Grey about the town and about the local church. The church was said to have been claimed by the devil, and the townsfolk burned it to the ground. Grey tells Kaler that he is looking for a man named Lord Glaren, who was in the area. As they continue to ride, a man with the head of a buffalo jumps out at Grey.
Bitten by a werewolf and left for dead, Edward Grey survived only through the grace of God. But in the deadly plains of the Wild West, God is nowhere to be seen as Grey recounts his harrowing adventures facing creatures of the occult.
After a zombie shootout, Grey encounters a deadly stone dog, one of the many vicious minions of the evil witch Eris.
Evading the jaws of a monstrous stone dog, Grey heads to an abandoned coal mine filled with a horde of zombies.
A fierce storm beats down on the land, as Edward Grey takes on Eris the witch and her gang of cowboy zombies.
|Witchfinder Publication Order|
The Burial of Katharine Baker
|Lost and Gone Forever|| Followed by|
Beware the Ape