30 Days of Night: Bloodsucker Tales

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IDW Publishing, 2007 - Comic books, strips, etc - 191 pages
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The world of the undead is a vast one, with many stories remaining to be told. In Bloodsucker Tales, Steve Niles continues the saga of 30 Days of Night with the bloody and terrifying story "Dead Billy Dead," illustrated by talented newcomer Kody Chamberlain. Matt Fraction (Last of the Independents) joins in with "Juarez," introducing Lex Nova, former private detective and free-range madman, illustrated by Ben Templesmith.

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Review: 30 Days of Night, Vol. 3: Return to Barrow (30 Days of Night #3)

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The story and the artwork were more coherent in this volume, and I'm a big fan of what happens with the sheriff's wife. A solid entry. Read full review

Review: 30 Days of Night, Vol. 1 (30 Days of Night #1)

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What better way to kick start Halloween than to jump right into a string of horror movies or spine-chilling books? I heard 30 Days of Night --- one of my favorite vampire movies, by the way ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Steve Niles is one of the writers responsible for bringing horror comics back into prominence, and he currently works for the six top American comic publishers--Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse, IDW Publishing, and Radical Comics. He is the creator of "30 Days of Night "and its six sequels, "Criminal Macabre", "Wake the Dead", "Alistair Arcane", "Freaks of the Heartland", and "The Lurkers "(all adapted or in development as feature films), and the writer of "Batman: Gotham After Midnight "and "Simon Dark". He lives in Los Angeles.

Templesmith was born in Perth, Western Australia. He attended Curtin University of Technology and has a degree in Design and now draws comic books and does freelance illustration, as well as work for bands and concept art for movies. He lives and works in his studio in Perth.

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