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Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The First Death by Laurell K. Hamilton & Jonathon Green
Edited by Mike Raicht & Mark Paniccia
Cover Artist: Wellinton Alves
Review by Gayle Surrette
Marvel Comics Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780785129417
Date: 12 March 2008 List Price $19.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

This graphic novel takes place before the events of Guilty Pleasures, the first of the Anita Blake series. Hamilton and Marvel take you back to before it all began. We get to see how Anita Blake got involved with hit-man Edward, bar owner Dead Dave, her old partner and mentor, and the case that pulled Anita into the influence of Jean-Claude.

From official release/information:

Product Description: Anita Blake's adventures began with the novel Guilty Pleasures, where the vampires of the St. Louis area tried to recruit the veteran vampire hunter to help them solve a peculiar mystery. But there were many mysteries about Anita Blake's past that were left unanswered...until now. Laurell K. Hamilton and Jonathon Green have finally released the official prequel to the long-running novel series, written exclusively for comics, and featuring the adventures of a younger Anita Blake as she teams up with popular characters Edward and Jean-Claude for a vampire hunt fans will absolutely love sinking their teeth into. It's the perfect story for old and new fans alike! Collecting Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The First Death #1-2, Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures Handbook (Parental Advisory)

(Source: Marvel Comics)

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