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30 Days of Night, Vol. 6 by Dan Wickline
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Aug 06, 12

it was ok
bookshelves: 2012, fiction, horror, graphic-novel, series
Read on August 06, 2012

Well, this edition covers the idea of vampirism spreading under the guise of religion. Agent Henson is trying to discover the priest Gant's plan to spread the disease throughout the general populace. A strange 'friend' keeps calling Henson, and helping him find where Gant will strike next... and covering it up. So, what's going on? Why not read the volume?

While the ideas were fairly fresh, I felt that it was a bit too easy. Vampires in space? That's a fun concept. Vampires in Alaska? Why not? The complex web of underground vampires is fascinating, but this one just felt like a bit of a cheap shot. Blood of Christ, body of Christ? Yeah, yeah...

The artwork also felt a bit shabby to me. I'm continuing to read the stories, but this one just didn't hit the same nerves that the other volumes did.
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