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28 Days Aftermath

04.02.2007
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28 Weeks Later Between Danny Boyle's undead infestation and destruction of London in 28 DAYS LATER and the subsequent containment and American military force clean-up of said destruction found in the upcoming sequel 28 WEEKS LATER, stuff happened. The substance of that stuff can be found in the Steve Niles-penned graphic novel 28 DAYS LATER: THE AFTEMATH. It follows four interconnected stories that not only center on the immediate aftermath of a post-zombie ravaged London but delve into the development of the Rage virus and how it managed to turn the population into hyper-accelerated mindless zombie drones. The book isn't scheduled for release until April 4th but through sources deep within the bowels of the comic industry, we've managed to get our hands on excerpts from each story. Check them out below and click through to get a decent-sized, readable version of each. 28 WEEKS LATER infects an entirely new population May 11th.

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Extra Tidbit: The artists who worked on the graphic novel are: Dennis Calero (Story 1 and 4), Diego Olmos (pencils) and Ken Branch (inks) Story 2, Nat Jones (Story 3) and Tim Bradstreet (cover artists).
Source: JoBlo.com

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10:03AM on 04/03/2007

Steve Niles

Steve Niles is also responsible for the 30 Days of Night series of comics and one novel. They are a good set of vampire stories and I think he'll be able to handle zombies just as well.
Steve Niles is also responsible for the 30 Days of Night series of comics and one novel. They are a good set of vampire stories and I think he'll be able to handle zombies just as well.
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