The wait is finally over.After six years, New York Times bestselling author, Stephen King has put together an astonishing collection of short stories that is sure to impress fans new and old in "Just After Sunset." You've seen the acclaimed "N." mobisodes at www.NisHere.com and now you have the chance to read the story from which it was adapted. Stephen King's "N." the tale of a psychiatrist who becomes the victim of the same mysterious and deadly obsession as his patient, premiered as a joint venture between Scribner, Simon & Schuster Digital, Marvel Entertainment, and CBS Mobile. The 25 critically acclaimed short graphic videos adapted by writer Marc Guggenheim, art by Alex Maleev, and color by Jose Villarrubia are available for viewing at www.NisHere.com. The series is a must have for King fans on the go. King fans have the chance to experience "N." before reading it in "Just After Sunset." Janet Maslin of the New York Times raves "You can watch it or you can read it on a dark and stormy night and shiver. Regardless of format, that's the effect." "Just After Sunset" collects many of the short stories that have appeared in The New Yorker, McSweeney's, The Paris Review, Esquire, and others. King's uncanny ability to keep readers on the edge of their seats with his unique writing style makes this collection a must have for any King fan. In the collection, King crafts thirteen absorbing stories about relationships that aren't all they're made up to be. It includes King hits like "The Gingerbread Girl," "Harvey's Dream," "Graduation Afternoon," "The New York Times at Special Bargain Rates," "The Things They Left Behind," "Ayana," and "The Cat From Hell." 2009 will be a big year for Stephen King's "N." as it takes comic book stores by storm with writer Guggenheim and artist Maleev on-board. Not only will you be able to experience this story in "Just After Sunset," www.NisHere.com, but in a comic book miniseries as well. Be sure to be the first to get your copy of the premiere issue and follow patient "N." as he dives further and further into delirium and takes others with him. "Just After Sunset" is in stores today so head on over to your local bookstore, pick it up and prepare yourselves for the ride of your life.