Fright-master Steve Niles returns to the creation that launched his career for an all-new 30 Days of Night series, with warped genius Sam Kieth handling the art duties. Features an all-new cast of characters being introduced to the world of 30 Days of Night for the first time!
Summary taken from Goodreads.com
Length: 104 pages (e-book)
Source: NetGalley ARC
Publication Date: April 17th 2012 by IDW Publishing
I love graphic novels.
Some of you might be, and that's perfectly fine. I know that not as many girls are into reading graphic novels much less reviewing them but thanks to Mr. Turning The Pages I now have a great love for them.
The reason I really wanted to read/review this one was because I loved the movie 30 Days of Night, and I've been meaning to give the graphic novels a chance so I had very high hopes for this one. However I was sorely disappointed.
Usually IDW has great graphic novels but I just could not get into this one at all. The only saving grace about it was the artwork which was fantastic. I just really wish that the the story line was better. I didn't like it at all. It was a quick read of course but it just lacked substance and felt to me as though it could have been a million times better.
I will however be continuing the series because I hope that it gets better as it goes on but if the next one is no better than I'll have to say so long, farewell to 30 Days of Night. I personally wouldn't recommend this one to many people except maybe those who've liked the other graphic novels.
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my free and honest review.
Not for me!