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Bridging the gap between the initial outbreak of the Rage virus, and the events of the film 28 Days Later, 28 Days Later: The Aftermath tells the story of one of the last bands of un-infected humans in London, desperately trying to survive in the midst of the Rage virus. Will their salvation come in the form of a rescue, or an over-zealous American army determined to eliminate anything left alive? Like the breakout Halo graphic novel, this full-length novel is told in four interlocking stories by horror maestro Steve Niles. Each chapter of this tale is illustrated by several of the brightest talents in comics today - beginning with stunning cover art Tim Bradstreet (Blade, Hellblazer), and including chapters by Diego Almos (Batman), Nate Jones (30 Days of Night, Spawn) all the way through the book-ending chapters by Dennis Calero (X-Factor, Spider-Man). This volume is a bloody feast for comics fans, horror fans, and a growing legion of fans of the hit films.

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With a title like 28 Days Later: The Aftermath, you might think that this graphic novel takes place after the events of the film 28 Days Later. But, the 'Aftermath' of the title refers not to the aftermath of the events of the film, but to the aftermath of the initial infection. Writer Steve Niles and 3 comic artists tell the a quartet of interconnected short stories that act as a prequel to the Danny Boyle film.  The first story, 'Stage 1: Development' details the origin of the Rage virus and ...

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