IDW Publishing Releases 'Dark Days' Trade Paperback

Thu, January 29th, 2004 at 12:00am PST

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Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer/Publisher

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Official Press Release

San Diego, CA, January 27, 2004. IDW Publishing is collecting the Dark Days miniseries by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith into a trade paperback compilation.

Dark Days is the sequel to the breakout hit of 2003, 30 Days Of Night. The 30 Days of Night trade paperback was Diamond Comic Distributors' #4 bestselling book of 2003. The full six-issue Dark Days series is collected here with an exclusive introduction by screenwriter Eric Red (Hitcher, Near Dark). It will be have the same high quality production values that readers have come to expect from IDW Publishing.

"I can't wait to see Dark Days collected," says Niles. "IDW always does a beautiful job, Ben's art is nothing short of spectacular and I had a blast writing it. Stella Olemaun is rapidly becoming one of my favorite reluctant heroes to write. I hope the fans agree."

Dark Days is a full color, 144-page trade paperback with a retail price of $19.99.

IDW PUBLISHING is a division of Idea + Design Works, LLC, a revolutionary creative service company with a wide range of clients including The Upper Deck Company, Electronic Arts, Ultima Online, WizKids, Cartoon Network, Sony Online Entertainment, Nickelodeon, and many more. IDW Publishing focuses on a small number of high-quality titles. Among them are CBS's CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith's 30 Days of Night and its sequel, Dark Days; Ashley Wood's Lore; CVO: Covert Vampiric Operations; Beau Smith's Wynonna Earp; and Steve Niles' Wake The Dead. Columbia Pictures has optioned the movie rights to 30 Days of Night, with Sam Raimi attached to produce. Konami is producing a video game based on CVO: Covert Vampiric Operations. Dimension Films has optioned the movie rights to Wake The Dead and Hyde.

 
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