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Bram Stoker's Dracula (Graphic Novel)
Bram Stoker's Dracula (Graphic Novel) | Mike Mignola
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The comics adaptation created by Mike Mignola and based on the film from Columbia Pictures (Sony) and Zoetrope Studios returns to print after a decades-long absence. Mike Mignola is one of the most popular comic book artists of the past thirty years, known for such important works as Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, Cosmic Odyssey, and, of course, Hellboy. Considered to be among Mignola's greatest works, Bram Stoker's Dracula was his last project before Hellboy launched and was originally released as a full-color four issue adaptation of Francis Ford Coppola's 1992 movie released by Columbia Pictures (Sony). Unavailable for nearly 25 years, and collected here in gorgeous black and white, Bram Stoker's Dracula is a book fans have long been clamoring for... and the wait is finally over.
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Chrys
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Mehso-so

A graphic novel interpretation of a movie interpretation of a novel...This was ok, it helped that I am a fan of the movie. Unfortunately I found the art to be somewhat lacking. The costumes are so gorgeous in the film and the purely black and white art did not portray them well. The people at times also looked somewhat odd with the lack of any shading. #TeamStoker @TheReadingMermaid #scarathlon
2 points for a book in the team‘s theme

TheReadingMermaid And one more point for the post! 3 total 🧟‍♀️ 2mo
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Aaronlisa
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Mehso-so

I read this July 27 & rated it 3.5 stars. This is based on Francis Ford Coppla‘s movie and was originally a 3 issue comic series released by Topp. The colouring is nice but the art is lacking. It‘s as if they didn‘t want characters looking too much like the actors. There are a few additions to the story. Probably best for the diehard Dracula fan.