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X-Files 30 Days of Night #2 Comic – 2010


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  • Publisher: DC Comics (2010)
  • ASIN: B003ZJADM8
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,227,683 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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When combining two franchises with this kind of clout, you have to be careful. If not, you always take the chance of messing things up or mixing things up or mingling half-truths that are already established lore. That is always bad. Thank goodness for the fact that this was done well. Set in the middle of nowhere, where the sun has forgotten how to shine (a little overdramatic, i know), Mulder and skully investigate claims that something horrible is happening. In the first issue they already found proof of that hanging out by a telephone pole. Now, they find some more proof and then see something in the distant shadows that makes things make sense.

One thing I really like aobut the book is how things go with the flow of events from the books. When you look here you have deaths that work, you have vamps and people working, and you have a system of transit that works. This means things have been done right - something not always seen in books of this manner. You add to that a story that is rich and a idea with vibrance and you have art, a story, and a set of people guiding you over the top of the world.
I like a lot.

For anyone starting, go to the firs tone, obviously, and look at the deadline for the complete set to come out. i loved this set-up and have gotten up to the fifth comic. So far, it is nice. you can also say one other thing in the favor of this and that is the fact that the art makes knowing Mulder and Skully easy. Even expressions are correct and give you little details you would have with an X-files case.
5/5 and then some. Thank you
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By Sniper Tyler on October 25, 2011
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I ordered this and it came packaged very well. i love to keep my collections in the best of condition as possible. These comics are intense and compelling. i love Adam Jones (Tool) he does the art and its amazing! i also love Steve Niles (30days of night)
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