Beyond Barrow

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IDW, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 104 pages
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After years of attacks, and several without, the citizens of Barrow have become united against random attacks on their city by the undead. Unfortunately the same does not apply outside of Barrow or the rest of the mysterious Arctic Circle. Co-creator Steve Niles and legendary artist Bill Sienkiewicz take the 30 Days of Night mythos and turn it on its head in a terrifying new graphic novel. Forget everything you ever thought you know about 30 Days of Night and return to Barrow in this all-new tale.

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Review: 30 Days of Night, Vol. 9: Beyond Barrow (30 Days of Night #9)

User Review  - Tony - Goodreads

Picked this up because I've enjoyed most of the series and I usually like Sienkiewicz' art. Unfortunately the art is incoherent and in service of a poorly paced story with an anticlimactic ending. I'm unsure if it's the worst of the series but it's definitely the most disappointing. Read full review

Review: 30 Days of Night, Vol. 9: Beyond Barrow (30 Days of Night #9)

User Review  - Elh R' - Goodreads

This is better than some volumes before, but, it felt a bit empty. The art is very original and colorful, and even remains dark. The only problem is that more of the time you don't know what is going ... Read full review


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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.


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