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The Hills Have Eyes

By (author) Jimmy Palmiotti, By (author) Justin Gray, By (author) John Higgins

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The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning was inspired by Wes Craven's film The Hills Have Eyes and the upcoming sequel, The Hills Have Eyes 2. Due out in the autumn of 2007. THE HILLS HAVE EYES: THE BEGINNING is a prequel that tells the story of the original families who refused to leave their tiny New Mexico town when the US Government began above-ground nuclear testing. Spanning multiple generations, this dark tale reveals how these once-good people slowly devolved into murderous mutants.

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Normally shipped | Available from overseas. Dispatched in aprox 4-8 weeks as local supplier is out of stock
Publisher | HarperCollins Publishers
Published date | 2 Jul 2007
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Format | Paperback
Pages | 112
Dimensions | 260 x 168 x 0mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 320g
ISBN | 978-0-0072-5983-0
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BISAC | comics & graphic novels / graphic novels / horror


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