30 Days of Night #3: Return to Barrow
In 30 Days of Night: Return to Barrow, Steve Niles takes us back to where it all began, the Alaskan town of Barrow. The once sleepy village is a place still recovering from the events that transpired within the first comic. The survivors who have the stones to stay return to pick up the pieces of the town's shattered lives. But approaching over the horizon are a group of vamps looking to avenge the deaths of the first vampirical pioneers and continue their idea of using Barrow as a hunting ground. But to their surprise Barrow is no longer a sleeping artic village. This time the humans are ready.

This is the last I will read of the series. The first one was original in concept, the second story very interesting and unique, but this third...eh...I could barely make it through. Definitely felt this was a money punch and paycheck to Niles. There wasn't much I took away. I recommend the other two though...to whom it may concern.
Reviewed by: shea
1 Comment(s)
Avid Andy said...
I agree. 30 Days of Night: Return to the Same Idea 1/4 of the way in I realized it was the same concept, but with different characters. The questions that are answered barely make it worth it. I would have been happier if I would have just read the last 4 pages. I wish I had my $20 back.