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30 Days of Night

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Press Release Dark Horse and IDW team up on this once-in-a-lifetime crossover between the critically acclaimed Criminal Macabre and 30 Days of Night!

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Today, IDW’s Chris Ryall and Bobby Curnow hosted a press event to discuss the company’s multi-universe crossover event, Infestation 2.  The first time it was zombies, this time it’s time to break out the Lovecraftian Horror. WARNING: SOME MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!

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IDW Publishing has announced that the popular 30 Days of Night series by Steve Niles is now an ongoing series from the publisher.

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This week on the show: This week on the show: Julian joins the show to talk San Diego Comic Con, vampires descend upon Alaska, and some comics get reviewed. Join us, won’t you? [podcast][/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!

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This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, the crew sits down to talk vampires. No, not the sparkly kind, but the kind that stalk the cold vistas of Alaska. July 26, 2011 30 Days of Night Writer: Steve Niles Artist: 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

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Press Release IDW Publishing is daring fans to switch to a vampire franchise with some teeth! This year at San Diego Comic-Con, in an unprecedented promotion, fans can turn in any copy of a Twilight book or graphic novel at the IDW booth #2643 for a free copy of a 30 DAYS OF NIGHT graphic novel! IDW is vowing to help vampire fans get back on track with the undead the way they were always meant to be: bloody and terrifying.

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Press Release IDW Publishing today announced an all-new, ongoing 30 DAYS OF NIGHT comic book series, starting in October. Original co-creator Steve Niles returns to his first creation with this latest chapter in the 30 DAYS OF NIGHT series, joined by 30 Days of Night: Night, Again artist and The Maxx creator Sam Kieth. Niles and Kieth depict an epic story that shifts from Barrow, Alaska, to the city of angels, Los Angeles.

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Press Release IDW Publishing is pleased to announce the return of its preeminent horror series, 30 DAYS OF NIGHT. Originally created by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith, 30 DAYS OF NIGHT has spawned two feature films and countless nightmares since it first launched in 2002. Now, award-winning horror writer Joe R. Lansdale and legendary artist Sam Kieth (Sandman) take the helm with an all-new series 30 DAYS OF NIGHT: NIGHT, AGAIN.

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IDW publisher Chris Ryall let everyone know via his Twitter feed, that the sequel to 30 Days of Night has started shooting in Vancouver.  The followup will feature Keile Sanchez playing Stella Oleson, who is tracking down the vampire queen responsible for the destruction of the Alaskan town featured in the first film. Don’t expect this movie to be rushed to the theater, as “30 Days of Night: Dark Days” is expected to be a direct-to-DVD release. via Splash Page

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Arriving in stores next week is David Lapham’s 30 Days of Night: 30 Days ’til Death trade paperback, American McGee’s Grimm #2, Angel: Blood and Trenches #4, Dare by the late Philip Jose Farmer, Doctor Who: Autopia, G.I. Joe: Origins #4, G.I. Joe: The Best of Destro trade paperback, the Life and Times of Savior 28 #3, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan #1, Transformers: I Am Optimus Prime, the final issue of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Movie Adaptation, and The Veil #1.  IDW Publishing sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of some of these issues, that you

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For girls living in Juarez, Mexico, life can be brief, brutal, and tends to end bloody. Some say up to 200 are “missing”… others less optimistic say 400 or more.  Someone or something has made killing them a sport, and the authorities are less than motivated when it comes to solving the crimes. Girls have gone “missing” in Juarez for as long as anyone can remember, and like the hellish drudgery of the factories most of them work in, it’s become a way of life. And besides, what are a few more dead girls in a place like this?

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The second installment of the 30 Days of Night web series has hit the net, and you can see it here. via Blog@Newsarama

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With the success of 30 Days of Night in the theater, IDW Publishing quickly followed with 30 Days of Night: Beyond Barrow.  The three issue series picked up the events following the original series.  The three issues have been collected into a trade paperback that will see the light of day this month. With two direct graphic novel sequels and assorted spin-off series and prose novels since the original, Beyond Barrow picks up where the ongoing story left off. This time a new creature is lurking, which is preying on both humans and vampires. “By introducing a new threat even

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30 Days of NightMovies

The vampire comic book adaptation scored pretty high in the box office, considering the time of year, earning $16 million over the weekend. Warning: If you watch the clip from the movie (via MovieWeb) be warned there is some graphic violence. [flv][/flv] via Hollywood Reporter

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