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Author: Ben Templesmith,Steve Niles
ISBN: 1600106331
Pages: 392 pages
Publisher: IDW Publishing (November 10, 2009)
Language: English
Category: Graphic Novels
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e-Book 30 Days of Night Collector’s Set epub download

by Ben Templesmith,Steve Niles



Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith's vampiric nightmare has been hailed as one of the scariest blood-sucker tales . Steve Niles is a comic book author and novelist, known for works such as 30 Days of Night, Criminal Macabre, Simon Dark, Mystery Society and Batman: Gotham County Line.

Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith's vampiric nightmare has been hailed as one of the scariest blood-sucker tales ever told. Ben Templesmith is a New York Times best selling artist and writer most widely known for his work in the comic book industry where he has received multiple nominations for the International Horror Guild Awards as well as the industry's top prize, the Eisner Award. Now, all three softcover volumes of 30 Days of Night, Dark Days, and Return to Barrow are collected in this handsome slipcase, complete with a numbered tip-in plate signed by Niles and Templesmith.

Steve Niles (born June 21, 1965) is an American comic book author and novelist, known for works such as 30 Days of Night, Criminal Macabre, Simon Dark, Mystery Society and Batman: Gotham County Line.

Download books for free. Steve Niles, Ben Templesmith. In a sleepy, secluded Alaska town called Barrow, the sun sets and doesn't rise for over thirty consecutive days and nights. From the darkness, across the frozen wasteland, an evil will come that will bring the residents of Barrow to their knees. The only hope for the town is the Sheriff and Deputy, husband and wife who are torn between their own survival and saving the town they love.

30 Days of Night is a three-issue horror comic book miniseries written by Steve Niles, illustrated by Ben Templesmith, and published by American company IDW Publishing in 2002. All three parties co-own the property. The series takes place in Barrow,. The series takes place in Barrow, Alaska, so far north that during the winter, the sun does not rise for 30 days. In the series, vampires, being vulnerable to sunlight, take advantage of the prolonged darkness to openly kill the townspeople and feed at will.

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The vampire tale that put horror back on the map The 30 Days of Night Collector''s Set collects the original trilogy of stories told about Barrow, Alaska and its deadly visitors, written by Steve Niles and illustrated by Ben Templesmith - 30 Days of Night, Dark Days, and Return t. .

The vampire tale that put horror back on the map The 30 Days of Night Collector''s Set collects the original trilogy of stories told about Barrow, Alaska and its deadly visitors, written by Steve Niles and illustrated by Ben Templesmith - 30 Days of Night, Dark Days, and Return to Barrow - all gathered in one handsome slipcase. Diamond Comic Distributors. Niles, Steve, Templesmith, Ben. ISBN-13.

Read the comic books 30 Days of Night online on Bookmate. The story of an isolated Alaskan town that is plunged into darkness for a month each year when the sun sinks below the horizon.

by Ben Templesmith and Steve Niles.

Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith’s vampiric nightmare has been hailed as one of the scariest blood-sucker tales ever told. Now, all three softcover volumes of 30 Days of Night, Dark Days, and Return to Barrow are collected in this handsome slipcase, complete with a numbered tip-in plate signed by Niles and Templesmith.
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A town full of people, a town full of darkness, a town full of vampires.

In this comic series by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith the small Alaskan town of Barrow seems to be the perfect community for Vampires to prey on. But they didn’t count on one thing, the length that the local sheriff would go through to protect his town.

There really isn’t a whole lot of dialog in this series so the writing is ok and standard fair for a comic as this. However I really didn’t care for the artistry, it was too artsy. I found myself trying to guess what is going on in the comic at times. It’s almost as if I took my glasses off to read the comic (terrible thing to do, don’t do it).

I also thought the ending was a bit too “simple”. This big bad guy apparently the head Vampire comes into town and in a few pages the whole thing is done. They wrapped up this storyline way too quickly. I’m not sure if that was due to financial restraints limiting how many comics they could do in this first series or what.

It is available DRM free via Comixology so if you buy it via Comixology or Amazon you can get a DRM version.
Ximinon
I was very, very excited for this graphic novel after reading so much of the hype. After reading it, I have to say I'm very disappointed. Fantastic idea for a graphic novel, but terrible plot. The first issue does a great job building up the plot & characters....and then the second issue basically picks up with only a few survivors left. All the interesting action or plot as to the method the vampires used to take over the town? Glossed over in a few flashback panels. It's as if the author didn't feel like writing a full graphic novel, so just skipped over the meat of the book. The second & third issues of the book wrap up nicely, but overall was very disappointed with the length and lack of content. Felt very point A to point B, with no thought given to making the volume feel worthwhile.
Madis
There's a lot to like with this graphic novel, visually it is pretty stunning although it might not suit everyone. At times it looked quite blurred as though the artist doesn't want you seeing some things too clearly. The artwork still looks pretty amazing but consistency seems to be a bit of an issue, I noticed this more in the beginning of the comic more than the end.

The colour palette is dark, to suit the hopelessness of the survivors situation, with vibrant red being used liberally when blood is splashed about and that it something the artist is not shy with. These are not your romantic vampires, they're the good old fashioned vamps that happily rip out your throat and revel in the mayhem they cause.

A couple of things bothered me, one is that there is no time line in the comic as to how many days have passed. It makes it seem as though everything is happening on the first night when in fact the conclusion to the story comes in right at the 30 day end. The plot line with the people from New Orleans is never really explained, who they were, why the woman wanted photographs or how they would fit into the rest of the series. I felt they had no real bearing on the story and therefore superfluous to it's needs.

An enjoyable read and a series I might buy more of it the price is right. Recommended.
It's so easy
The artwork is gritty and stylized to remind one of grit, and there are lots of threads laid down, but the storyline isn't entirely creative. The premise is extremely creative, but the characters and character choices are not. Furthermore, in this particular volume, one does not spend enough time with any of the characters to become invested in them before the first story arc is completed. There is a lot of promise here, but it just isn't realized in the first volume.
LiTTLe_NiGGa_in_THE_СribE
After the film adaptation of 30 Days of Night received only so-so reviews, instead of waiting for the movie on DVD, I decided to take a look at the original comics/graphic novels created by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith.

Interestingly, 30 days was originally fielded unsuccessfully to studios as a screenplay before Niles hooked up with Templesmith to create the comic. Once the comic came out, even studios that had originally rejected the movie pitch were knocking down the 30 Days creators' doors to get the film rights (according to a 10/18/2007 IGN.com article).

Anyway, when I looked up 30 Days at Amazon, I found that more than just one version existed. There is the original 30 Days of Night; there is #2 called Dark Days; and there is #3 called Return to Barrow. There are even more in the series too, but the above three complete the trilogy created by the original partnership of Niles & Templesmith.

The first is the story of vampires that invade a small town (called Barrow in Alaska) at dusk on the first evening of 30 days before the sun will rise again. The second story is one of revenge; a survivor of the first story hunts and seeks to expose the existence of vampires; and the third story has the brother of a victim from the first story returning to Barrow to discover and expose the awful truth of what originally happened in the town.

The first 30 Days story is what the movie was based on. It's a fast read that took about an hour to get through. As an effect, the way the vampire's lines are written in the text bubbles is crooked, thin-fonted and sloppy; I suppose this was to trying to illustrate the sound of the vampire's voice, but it mostly made for some hard to read, headache inducing text bubbles.

Dark Days and Return were good, but not great like the original. But it was an overall fun series. I'll probably pick up the November 2007 release of 30 Days Of Night: Eben And Stella that picks up and fills an interesting gap between Dark Days and Return to Barrow. Niles is back for Eben and Stella, but Templesmith is out.

As for the movie 30 Days of Night, I'll check that out too after it comes out on DVD and let you know if it really 'bites' like others have said it does.