If you find yourself trapped by a hoard of vampires that have converged on your small Alaskan town because the sun will not rise for a month, DON’T WORRY! We have the absolute perfect shirt for you to wear before you are devoured and drained of all your blood.
IDW Publishing and Fright Rags are joining forces to create a series of t-shirts based on Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith’s 30 Days of Night comic book mini-series. The story, set way up high up in Barrow, Alaska, tells the genuinely terrifying story of a small town overrun by vampires looking for a large and long-lasting buffet of people during a month of darkness. The story has been adapted for film and continued in a myriad of novels.
The t-shirt’s will come in both unisex and women’s and will have Templesmith’s original art from the first series, the trade paperback edition, and other follow-up series. If you are easily frightened and wish to take some precautions when wearing the shirt I recommend rubbing it with fresh garlic. You are sure to keep any vampire away, especially those of the opposite sex.
30 Days of Night was first published in 2002 and made its way to the big screen in 2007. The movie was directed by David Slade and starred Josh Hartnett. A sequel, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days was released in 2010.
Make sure you grab a couple of these shirts before they’re gone, but try to have them delivered during the day. One can never be too safe.
What other horror stories need t-shirts? Tell us down below, and feel free to mention any other vampire-fighting methods the fine people of Alaska might want to know.