30 Days of Night (2007 mini-series) #1-3 [SET] — Volume 08: Red Snow (All Regular Covers)

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1941.

Hitler's Operation: Silver Fox has failed!

But the war on the Eastern Front drags on as the Russian winter starts to bite.

British military attaché Corporal Charlie Keating observes the war from the Soviet side, making sure crucial supplies get through to aid Stalin's front in the battle against the Nazis.

With luck, he too will survive to see the end of the war.

But something else is out there...

And they're not the Nazis.

No matter how hard humanity tries to kill itself, something else does it better. 

Presenting a war of a different kind, one that will have repercussions felt all the way to Barrow, Alaska a half-century later.

 

 

Collecting the three-issue mini-series, All Regular covers.

 

 

30 Days of Night: Red Snow (2011 series) #1 (of 3) (Regular Cover - Ben Templesmith)
By Ben Templesmith Story & Art. 
Hitler's Operation: Silver Fox has failed, but the war on the Eastern Front drags on as the Russian winter starts to bite. British military attaché Corporal Charlie Keating observes the war from the Soviet side, making sure crucial supplies get through to aid Stalin's front in the battle against the Nazis. With luck, he too will survive to see the end of the war. But something else is out there, and they're not the Nazis. No matter how hard humanity tries to kill itself, something else does it better.
30 Days of Night: Red Snow (2011 series) #2 (of 3) (Regular Cover - Ben Templesmith)
By Ben Templesmith Story & Art.
Amid the growing horror surrounding what's left of the village, awkward alliances are formed, hatred flows and Charlie Keating watches a boy become a man in the worst way possible. Friend becomes foe as even SS officer Hoeppner learns that, unfortunately for him and his Nazi rhetoric, he might not be part of the master race at all. Being part of the food chain was not in the Fuhrer's book.
30 Days of Night: Red Snow (2011 series) #3 (of 3) (Regular Cover - Ben Templesmith)
By Ben Templesmith Story & Art.
The chilling conclusion to 30 Days of Night: Red Snow howls like a biting wind from the Arctic Circle. Most are dead. Some are not, though they wish they were. In the end, who do you trust more—a vampire or a Nazi? 2007 Eisner Award nominee Ben Templesmith concludes his horrific tour-de-force here.