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|Creators:||Steve Niles; Ben Templesmith; Robbie Robbins; Jeff Mariotte|
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Dark Days is a comic book limited series of the vampire subgenre. It was published by IDW Publishing from June to December of 2003, spanning a total of six issues. The series was written by Steve Niles with painted interior and cover artwork by Ben Templesmith. It was lettered by Robbie Robbins and edited by Jeff Mariotte. It is a sequel to the 2003 series 30 Days of Night.
30 Days of Night was one of the bestselling trade paperbacks of 2003, picked up a nomination for the prized International Horror Guild Award, and helped to usher in a new era for horror comics. Dark Days, the sequel to that riveting vampire story, won its creators a new set of accolades and cemented their standing at the front of the pack of horror maestros in the comics field. In Dark Days, the action shifts from Barrow, Alaska to Los Angeles, California, as Stella Olemaun, her life forever altered by the vampires' assault, rededicates herself to wiping out vampires and alerting the world to their shadowed existence. Along the way she meets new allies and new foes — lots and lots of foes. Intense action and gripping suspense make this the must-have horror book of the season.
Notes & Trivia
- All six issues of the series have been reprinted in the Dark Days trade paperback and the 30 Days of Night Trilogy hardcover graphic novel.
- Dark Days was adapted into a direct-to-video film in 2010 called 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, directed by Ben Ketai.
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