Series: 30 Days of Night - Graphic Novels

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30 Days of Night by Steve Niles1
The Complete 30 Days of Night by Steve Niles1 Deluxe [includes scripts etc]
30 Days of Night: Dark Days by Steve Niles2
30 Days of Night: The Complete Dark Days by Steve Niles2 Deluxe [includes scripts etc]
30 Days of Night: Return to Barrow by Steve Niles3
30 Days of Night: Bloodsucker Tales by Steve Niles4
30 Days of Night: Three Tales by Steve Niles5
30 Days of Night: Spreading the Disease by Dan Wickline6
30 Days of Night: Eben and Stella by Steve Niles7
30 Days of Night: Red Snow by Ben Templesmith8
30 Days of Night: Beyond Barrow by Steve Niles9
30 Days of Night: Juarez by Matt Fraction10
30 Days of Night: 30 Days 'Til Death by David Lapham11
30 Days of Night: Night, Again by Joe R. Lansdale12
30 Days of Night Volume 1: The Beginning of the End by Steve Niles13
30 Days of Night Volume 2: Blood-Stained Looking Glass by Steve Niles14
30 Days of Night Volume 3: Run Alice Run by Steve Niles15
30 Days of Night Omnibus by Steve NilesOmnibus 1 contains Vol. 1-3
The X-Files/30 Days of Night by Steve NilesCrossover
Criminal Macabre: Final Night by Steve NilesCrossover

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  1. Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse, Volume 1: Birds, Bees, Blood, and Beer by Ben Templesmith (2007)
  2. Immortal Remains by Steve Niles (2007)
  3. Rumors Of The Undead by Steve Niles (2006)
  4. Fell Vol. 1: Feral City by Warren Ellis (2006)
  5. The Walking Dead, Volume 4: The Heart's Desire by Robert Kirkman (2005)
  6. Criminal Macabre by Steve Niles (2004)
  7. Singularity 7 by Ben Templesmith (2005)
  8. The Exterminators Vol. 1: Bug Brothers by Simon Oliver (2006)
  9. The Complete Bite Club by Howard Chaykin (2007)
  10. Ex Machina: The First Hundred Days by Brian K. Vaughan (2005)
  11. Loveless, Vol. 1: A Kin of Homecoming by Brian Azzarello (2006)
  12. Hellboy: The Right Hand of Doom by Mike Mignola (2000)
  13. DMZ, Volume 02: Body of a Journalist by Brian Wood (2007)
  14. 100 Bullets, Vol. 1: First Shot, Last Call by Brian Azzarello (2000)
  15. Y: The Last Man Vol. 3: One Small Step by Brian K. Vaughan (2004)

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