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30 Days of Night: Night, Again
     

30 Days of Night: Night, Again

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by Joe R. Lansdale, Sam Kieth (Artist)
 

  • Fleeing the site of a secondary vampire infestation in the cold, wilds of
    Alaska, a band of survivors arrive at a climate change facility during the final days of a long period of extended daylight. The inhabitants of the research compound are trying to determine the nature of a strange object found in the ice when the survivors arrive, leading to a

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  • Fleeing the site of a secondary vampire infestation in the cold, wilds of
    Alaska, a band of survivors arrive at a climate change facility during the final days of a long period of extended daylight. The inhabitants of the research compound are trying to determine the nature of a strange object found in the ice when the survivors arrive, leading to a frightening and bloody confrontation between humans and vampires — and an odd and unexpected guest!
  • Written by acclaimed horror writer Joe R. Lansdale and featuring horrifically beautiful art by Sandman co-creator Sam Kieth!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781613770771
Publisher:
Idea & Design Works, LLC
Publication date:
11/29/2011
Pages:
104
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

Meet the Author

Joe R. Lansdale (b. 1951) is the author of more than 40 novels and numerous short stories in a range of genres, including Western, horror, science fiction, mystery, and suspense. He has received the Edgar Award and eight Bram Stoker Awards, and several of his books have been adapted into films. He is best known for his Hap Collins and Leonard Pine mystery series, set in the fictional town of LaBorde in East Texas. He lives with his family in Texas.

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30 Days of Night: Night, Again 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Humbee More than 1 year ago
There's a connection between October, 1943, the Nazi submarines..and a vampire hunt taking place in 2004 desolate, Alaska. Still, we have to wait until the next in the series to find out exactly what that connection is...and I, for one am hanging on tethers until then. Well, not literally tethers, those you can see first hand in this gorgeously pictured gothic cum graphic novel. Vampires loving to string humans up, after all. What I love best and hate most about "30 Days of Night..." is the gore. I'm an admitted vampire lover. And, let's face it, it's the gore, the vicious throat-ripping, blood-dripping that charges us up. We don't like to admit it. It's not something we like to share over dinner and in groups with our vampirish reading friends. But we know it deep in our hearts. That being said, it was difficult to see in Sam Keith's colored drawings. His vampire queen isn't beautiful in the traditional sense. She's monstrous. Not much to recommend her in physical attraction at this juncture. What she does have is power over the men and a sympathetic side when she talks about her hunger. But, I wish she'd wipe her mouth after "dinner!" I felt more for the leader of the non-vampires, Trudy, who encouraged them on a search to find those left behind for the vampires to chew upon. She's the beautiful one on a good mission...but that can eventually get boring, can't it? I'm waiting to see... This is a graphic novel series I'm going to be collecting. It's gorey, it has some really x-rated language which means I can't recommend it to everyone, but it has a storyline that appeals to the vampire lover in me. For those of you who harbor the vampirish in all forms, you may want to sneak this one past the wimps in your association. 4 blood-curdling stars Deborah/TheBookishDame