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30 Days of Night 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 54 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Gore soaked, and lit in shadows, 30 Days of Night is one of the best vampire based comic books ever offered. Forget Joss Wheaton¿s lovable camp, or Morbius¿s dark brooding in the pages of Spider-Man. No, the vampires here are remorseless, brutal, and above all else cunning. They stop at nothing, and want only death. They are not harmed by wooden crosses, holy water, or stakes, nor are they stopped by running water. The only thing that can stop them is the sun. Unfortunately for the residents of Barrow, Alaska, the sun has just set and will not rise for 30 days, and the vampires have arrived in mass, to kill, too feed. Though I will not offer spoilers I will say the ending is surprisingly touching, leaving a sweet, melancholy note to the entire affair. Steve Niles¿s script is very good, better than most on the market, and Ben Templesmith reminds me very much of Bill Sienkiewicz, who¿s better known work includes Eletrka Assassin. Eclectic and energetic, the art is interesting and visually captivating. Over all, this isn¿t the run of the mill graphic novel, and it has a very underground feel to it. It edgy and fun in a very dark way, and recommended to underground comic fans especially. This graphic collects 30 Days of Night #1-3 and has the script for issue #1.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved it, the story was one I could barely put down. I was disappointed when it ended because it left me wondering what was next and I can't wait to read more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im sure like many others, that you read this after seeing the movie. I was expecting for the movie to be rubbish compared to the book. But suprisingly it almost followed the same thred line. Yeah one or two things were chanced. The book is great. The art is in violent splashes, which may not be for everyone. The story wont let you put it down. Recommened to anyone with a love for REAL vampires (not the cookie cutter vampires like twilight), horror, or just plain violence and blood.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this sequel to 30 DAYS OF NIGHT. It kept me reading past my bed time. Creepy! I would've given it 5 stars if the main chatacter hadn't kept doing stupid, suicidal things. It was slightly unbelievable...Kinda like when you're watching a horror flick and one of the characters decides to split everyone up and go "find out what that noice was". You want to yell at them for being so dense. For an FBI agent, Andy Gray sure seemed in total denial, despite the facts before him.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i absolutly love this book. i was looking for a book that i would like for a long time, i never thought a sci-fi book would be this good.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
I was prepared to really enjoy this book, but instead found myself totally underwhelmed. Whereas the movie (and, I figured, the book)focuses on what happens to the town of Barrow, Alaska, this book puts that incident in the background and instead focuses on FBI Special Agent Andy Gray.

Based some time after those events in Barrow, Andy is trying to figure out exactly what happend to his partner, Paul. He spends a lot of time going back and forth with himself (Is Paul a vampire? There's no such thing as vampires. Is Paul a member of the blood-sucking undead? There's no such thing as the blood-sucking undead.) until I was ready to scream.

Although there are slightly enjoyable parts to the book, the majority of those center around Stella Olemaun, a survivor from Barrow who wrote a book about the events that happened there.

I'm going to pass on picking up the other books in the series, unless I can find one that starts out as good as the prologue of this book, which dealt exclusively with Barrow, Alaska, and its residents.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Afer reading the first two of 30 days of night. I was so excited to read this one. I was dying to know what happen afer reading dark days. And this one was going to tell us. The drawing more vivid then the other books. However, Stella and other character looked a lot alike, so I would get confuse on who is who. I was very disappointed on plot. I didn¿t see much of Eben and Stella. I was done with the comic within a day. I was hoping that it will get better but it kept getting boring.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A fantastic and gripping read! I would highly recommend this to any fans of the vast 30 days of night series. More books like this please!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was a bit surprised by this book. I had such high hopes for the story. There are so many possibilities that could have manifested with the plot of this book and instead of exploiting any number of those possibilities to strike terror into anyone who has ever been afraid of the dark, Steve Niles goes with the route that any number of the writers of the 'spandex superhero' ilk would have taken. Ben Templesmith's artwork is extraordinary because it looks like as if a child drew some of the panels. Some of the art is displayed in a somewhat scribbled fashion and it provides the effect that whoever drew the piece is scared of the vampires, just as a child may scribble out a portrait of the bogeyman who haunts them at night. That is not to say that Templesmith does not have talent. Most of the art is gorgeous and the texture and lack of contrast between the characters and the surrounding environment provide a handle for the reader to grip so that they are submerged in the bleak winter of Barrow. I would definitely include this on a list as a must-read. The story is gripping in parts and most of dialogue is spot-on (save for a few moments of horror cheesiness) and as noted earlier, the artwork is fantastic. If Niles writing on the next run of this project 'Dark Days' provides more of punch it will certainly redeem some of the cliche'd moments of the book.
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Have read other steve niles 30 days of night books which i absolutely love... however there was no mention beyond barrow was a comic book.even with enlarging screen was very difficult to read with glasses on...a waste for me.
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Which one is the first book
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