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by Andrew Cosby
A vampire plague has spread from sea to shining sea, and when a small holdout of scientists trapped outside of Buffalo, N Y discover a cure, it's up to a Special Ops team from the President's offices in London to go in and get it. Yet, not everyone in the world wants to see America back in the saddle again.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published October 18th 2005 by Dark Horse Comics
(first published 2005)
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Vampires that would eat Edward Cullen for breakfast
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Aug 06, 2014 Sydney Squidney rated it 3 of 5 stars
This is one of my favourite Dark Horse gems that at some point had been in development to be adapted into film, but despite having begun scripting, budgeting and casting as far back as 2009, as far as I know this production is still in doubt.
But what prompted MTV Films to buy the feature rights to and what incited Paramount Pictures to supposedly be invested in distributing that feature to begin with is the frightening and bleak tale of a vicious vampire-like plague in a post-apocalyptic U.S. an ...more
Devastados por uma praga de vampiros, os estados unidos estão em isolamento profiláctico do resto do mundo. Rumores de uma cura levam uma equipa de operações especiais que mistura agentes ingleses e soldados americanos no exílio a penetrar no território isolado numa missão de salvamento. Mas há agendas secretas num mundo em que os Estados Unidos estão neutralizados e as antigas potências europeias recuperaram o seu lugar de poder no planeta. E hordes de vampiros a percorrer as américas. Vagament ...more
I actually rather enjoyed this story as it went past the usual post-apocalypse events and showed a bit of how the rest of the world would respond to such events and how a change in political power and political greed can come into play. The illustrations are suitably dark and foreboding and add a sense of anticipation and dread to the story and the finale is superb, leaving the reading hanging as to what is to come as all is not as straight forward as it seems.