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Cover Date: September 2006
Cover Price: US $ 2.99
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Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue
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Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures (2006) #1
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In a world where Vampires, Zombies and Werewolves have been declared legal citizens of the United States, Anita Blake is an “animator” - a profession that involves raising the dead for mourning relatives. But Anita is also known as a fearsome hunter of criminal vampires, and she’s often employed to investigate cases that are far too much for conventional police. But as Anita gains the attention of the vampire masters of her hometown of St. Louis, she also risks revealing an intriguing secret about herself - the source of her unusual strength and power.
Anita is apprehensive about being approached by a vampire to investigate a series of gruesome murders - after all, she’d rather have nothing to do with anything baring fangs. But a bachelorette party at the “Guilty Pleasures” nightclub brings her into contact with a whole group of vampires - including one who won’t take “no” for an answer. But with her weapons and holy items checked at the door, can Anita withstand his power?
Based on the New York Times bestselling series of novels by Laurell K. Hamilton, the ANITA BLAKE: VAMPIRE HUNTER stories blend gothic fantasy with elements of horror and romance. Critics have hailed it as an “R-rated Buffy”, and the novels are one of the hottest selling series in bookstores today. The comic is sure to be a hit with its stunning art and faithful script that capture every bit of the adventure of the novel!
Only 1000 of these were printed, making it the RAREST of all the Anita Blake comics. Printed for us before the Marvel / Dabel Brothers partnership this special edition features the entire first issue in it's original pencil form.
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