30 Days of Night Omnibus

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Collects 30 Days of Night TPB ( 2003), 30 Days of Night: Dark Days TPB ( 2004), and 30 Days of Night: Return to Barrow TPB ( 2004).

The vampire tale that put horror back on the map! 30 Days of Night Omnibus collects the original novel of stories told about Barrow, Alaska, and its deadly visitors, written by Steve Niles and illustrated by Ben Templesmith.
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Published August 16th 2016 by IDW Publishing (first published November 1st 2009
Number of Pages
352

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Barrow, Alaska, is a city where from November 18th to December 17th, each wee, they have thirty days of night, since due its position in the globe, the sun isn ’ t visible over there during that period.Surely it ’ s an inconvenience alright, but when you add to this situation, vampires, real blood-sucking vampires, definitely becomes one hell of bloody cocktail.But even a town like Barrow, so far from the remainde of civilisatio, thanks to the modern technology ( the tal is set in 2001), they count with cell phones and internet……however, for that, always there is the preparation time…Sheriff Eben Olemaun and her stepdaughter, the Deputy Sheriff Stella Olemaun, are clueless why all the cell phones have been stolen and burned in a hole, along with the odd vandalism to each computer, but the final movement of this strange game……the destruction of the villag ’ s electric generator……checkmate.

Those ind of beings don ’ t exist, right? Anywa, very wrong.And while Barrow was a disaster for the living ones, the Vampire community isn ’ t happy about how it ended and that a book telling the events, there is now on sale, and while readers think that it ’ s a iction novel, still the Vampires aren ’ t happy.And when Vampires aren ’ t happy, humans tend to die.A new daring rival against the Vampires has risen, but still human, so how much real damage can be done? The exciting sequel to 30 Days of Night is here!

In the middle of this bloody war, new players risen, a new sens of protectors have come to Barrow, but it will be still enough of Barrow to be saved? The third act of 30 Days of Night is here! And I strongly recommend that if you ’ re about to engage this series, to read at least, these three tales ( not matter if on the three separate TPBs of like this special 15th anniversary edition) to have the proper understanding of the general storyline.

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What Meyer and her gaggle of teenage estrogen bots and middle aged lonely couch mamas have done to the famou and deadly night creature; the vampire, is akin to taking your proud canine companion to the local vet and neutering the wild out of him.In 30 Days of Night, Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith unapologetically puts those balls right back on!

This is the only day the sun will shine for 30 days ... " 30 days without daylight, that is when the vampires come.30 Days of Night Omnibus puts together the three mini-series; 30 Days of Night, Dark Days and Return to Barrow.

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The story lines get more absurd as the series goes on ( the first one returns to Barrow, the cene of the next one, and apparently no one in the world thought it was a ood dea to abandon the town, at least for the inter??) and the writing becomes poorer and poorer, relying almost solely on cliched, blocky, awkward dialogue by the time we reach the third entry.

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Still, the 3 volume original trilogy covers a full story arc, and it 's nice to read to the closure.Recommended for graphic novel fans, those who appreciate art of the darker variety, or those who think vampires should be funny, not sparkly.

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This omnibus is 3 volumes: 30 Days of Night, Dark Days and Return to Barrow.

The publishers stamp a FICTION sticker on the book and everyone thinks it 's a nice vampire story.

Boy are they wrong.Return to Barrow is kind of what you might think.

After volume one I was iffy in if I would continue to like the rest of the spinof, but with that twist ending in volume 3: Return to Barrow.

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I was super excited to read this.

The tal was boring to me and I did n't care much to read about Stella and her book or whatever.

The journal the guy read was creepy and tragic.

I found myself wanting to skim past all the boring parts and I had to force myself to continue reading.

The nly things that bothered me was how similar all the haracters in the story looked.

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