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30 Días de Noche 02: Días oscuros (30 Days of Night #2)

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30 días de noche fue una de las publicaciones más vendidas del 2003, consiguió una nominación para el reputado International Horror Guild Award, y sirvió para abrir paso a una nueva era de los cómics de terror. Días oscuros, la secuela a esa rematada historia de vampiros, hizo ganar una nueva multitud de acólitos a sus creadores y afianzó su presencia en primera línea del ...more
Paperback, 1, 136 pages
Published May 2004 by Devir (first published April 7th 2004)
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The 30 Days of Night saga continues!

This is the second TPB in the series.

Creative Team:

Writer & Co-creator: Steve Niles

Illustrator & Co-creator: Ben Templesmith

Letterer: Robbie Robbins


A year before, Barrow, Alaska, was a massacre.

Hundreds of men, women and children died.

But the word of what happened there got out…

…however people don’t believe it.

Vampires? Pfft! Come on! Those kind of beings don’t exist, right?

Wrong, very wrong.

And while Barrow was a disaster for the living o
Jun 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
1. zvezdica za artwork - čini mi se da je Templesmith ovde još bolji nego u prvom delu. I dalje deluje minimalistički, ali se na određenim crtežima kriju neki sitni detalji.
2. zvezdica za "intertekstualnost" sa prvim delom - prvi deo postaje knjiga koju je napisala Stella
3. zvezdica za Stellu - ona konačno može da se razmaše na ovih 70tak stranica više u odnosu na prvi deo i postaje realnija, životnija, surovija, okrutnija ali isto tako ranjiva.
4. zvezdica za vampirskog izdajnika - totalno cool
Anthony Vacca
Bordering on awful, this sequel makes the uninspired decisions of leaving Alaska for L.A. and shifting the focus from survival to under-cooked global conspiracies. The writing is embarrassingly bad with plotting that can only be described as lame-brained. Case in point: A book signing devolves into carnage and gunplay, only to be dismissed pages later by the police because vampires aren't real and no one was hurt even though explosives were detonated, handguns were dual-wielded and emptied, and ...more
Stella has been mourning Eben for over a year now and decides that she must get out of Barrow and try to warn people about the vampires. She has written a book about her experiences and is promoting it in L.A. Her presence triggers several different groups to take an interest in her, some allies and some enemies.

I enjoyed the first graphic novel in the series although there were some aspects that didn't make sense. In the second book, we learn a little more about Miss Judith, who lost her son i
Nov 06, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This story mainly revolves around Stella trying to expose vampires and bring back her dead husband Eben.. Not bad, not bad at all ;)
Still, the artwork you need to get used to.. Dark and gritty.. just the way I like it though!
Paul Nelson
May 27, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: graphic-novels
Following the death of his beloved Stella, Eben fully embraces the nature of the vampire and turns from protector to brutal killer and his first stop is Barrow where it all began. The artwork is less cartoonish than volume 1, thankfully and Eben steps up as leader of the vampire horde as they assault the FBI headquarters seeking the agent that killed Stella.
Eben is unrecognisable from earlier books in the series, a more dangerous and sinister character especially in the artwork by Christopher M
Mar 09, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
3.75 stars

I enjoyed this one considerably more than the first. There was more of an actual storyline to go along with the outstandingly creepy artwork...
C. Varn
Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith return to there vampire comic, moving action primarily to LA. Templesmith's art is clearer here and his expressionistic art remains, but the character designs are more consistent and clearer. The backgrounds are often over textured, but it does add to the feel of the comic. Niles' writing here is very mixed: one hand the characters and motivations come out much clearer than in the original story and the stories twists don't seem as rushed, but on the other, this i ...more
Paul Nelson
May 05, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: graphic-novels
Dark days is the sequel to 30 days of night and follows Stella as she attempts to reveal the existence of vampires to the world.. Stella is one of the few survivors of the Barrow massacre and her journey takes her into the heart of Los Angeles, not the pretty sunshine side but the more grittier, underworld side. Stella now has a crew of killers and they are focused on revenge, using her newly published book of the events at Barrow to draw the vampires out.
More bloodshed all the way and we are i
Jul 14, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is the sort of fiction that the vampire genre needs. The vampires don't sparkle, they don't throw about all that "b-grade gothic bullshit", and there are varying factions within them. Not every vampire is the same, but there are certain generalizations that one can make about them. The moral questions raised in this volume were fantastic, and I hope that the rest of the series continues in this vain. Also... doesn't it just make sense that they've infiltrated the FBI and other such resource ...more
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STEVE NILES is one of the writers responsible for bringing horror comics back to prominence, and was recently named by Fangoria magazine as one of it's "13 rising talents who promise to keep us terrified for the next 25 years."

Niles is currently working for the four top American comic publishers - Marvel, DC, Image and Dark Horse. He got his start in the industry when he formed his own publishing
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