30 Days of Night, Vol. 1

In a sleepy, secluded Alaska town called Barrow, the sun ets and does n't rise for over thirty consecutive days and nights. From the shadow, across the frozen wasteland, an evil will come that will bring the residents of Barrow to their ankles. The las hope for the cit is the Sheriff and Deputy, husband and father who are torn between their own survival and saving the town they love.
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Published March 27th 2007 by IDW Publishing (first published January 10th 2004
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30 Days of Night
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The inner is served.And a modern classic is born! A new franchise with a movie adaptio, along with several follow-up comic book series and prose novels.I strongly recommend, if you liked this first TPB, to read too the following two: Dark Days and Return to Barrow, to have a better overall appreciation about the general story.

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30 Days of Night is a plain terrible comic, horror or otherwise- an instantly forgettable, boring load of ubbish.

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If there 's one thing to take comfort in when under attack by vampires, it 's that you only have to survive for at the most a few days until the sun comes back out.

It 's a hurried mess that tries to be a big story by introducing plots that come to nothing when it should just buckle down and focus on a couple of developed characters.

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No, thank you.As far as I 'm aware, you could have stopped this tale at the word Alaska and it would have been a sufficient horror story.But I guess not everyone feels that way, so they tossed some vampires in to mix it up.And that 's pretty much it.

I 'm leaning towards cool, but if the tory had been any longer ... eh? Part of me thinks the movie must be better than the comic, simply because this is so short that I did n't have the time to care about any of the characters.Anyway, I 've been curious about this one for a while so I 'm sorry I finally read it.Yet another in my Halloween Horror gift basket!

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It had vampires exactly the pat I like them.

There really are 30 days of night.What I loved about Barrow as a setting is that yes, it is the perfect hunting ground for a team of hungry vampires to settle.

Plus, 30 days of night means 30 days of completely uninterrupted vampire hunting time.

But another thing about Barrow that I loved is that it is larg and it is isolated, but what the vamps do n't realize is the spirit and the heart of people who live in towns like that.

Eben and Stella are a husband and wife sheriff team in Barrow and both of them completely kick ass.

Exactly like that.I loved this nove because of the action and the gore, but I also loved Eben and Stella 's relationship as well.

And there is a pretty awesome subplot involving a group of enigmatic vampire hunters that emerges towards the nd.

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