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Miyazaki's Spirited Away meets Asian horror in this inital volume of CROSSING MIDNIGHT, collecting the acclaimed first five issues of the series by writer Mike Carey and artist Jim Fern. A compelling fantasy/horror series set in the heart of present-day Nagasaki, Japan, CROSSING MIDNIGHT begins when extraordinary twins are born — one just before midnight and the other just after. They discover the huge impact this small difference has on their destinies when one of them is inducted into a world of supernatural beings and events that intersects with our own world. Together, the twins will try to stay one step ahead of their terrifying fates while they learn how far their new world of terror intersects with their own.

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Crossing Midnight is Japanese Horror done Mike Carey ( X-men, Hellblazer, Lucifer) style.  For those who are not familiar with Mike Carey's non X-Men work, he is a wonderful Horror writer.  Celebrated by his Hellblazer fans as one of the Great Hellblazer writers and he is also the man who has most expanded Neil Gaiman's Vertigo work, with titles like Lucifer and Sandman Presents: The Furies.   This is a tale of twins born on separate halves of Midnight.  One is a normal Boy and the ...

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