Tag: Dracula

Launching on Kickstarter, the week of 10-04-21

Mike Allred’s Madmania Shindig Activity Book by Chris Irving and Mike Allred Comics creator Mike Allred’s popular characters from his Madmaniverse line of comics get the activity book treatment with the Madmania Shindig Activity Book by The Drawn Word, now up for funding via Kickstarter.  “As a kid, I loved getting a black and white coloring […]

Dynamite is brightening fans’ holiday season with Vampirella/Dracula: Unholy and Evil Ernie series

Christopher Priest’s Vampirella saga continues this holiday season with the now married Daughter of Drakulon traveling to Dracula’s castle to cheat fate in a new event limited series, Vampirella/Dracula: Unholy. But can love conquer evil?Fans who check out Vampirella #25 will get to witness the biggest comic book wedding of the year. The story is directly picked up […]

Pullbox Bookshelf Review: Dracula, Motherf**ker!

Dracula, Motherf**ker! Image Comics By Alex de Campi & Erica Henderson Available now, in print & digital Vienna, 1889 Tired of the games, the manipulations, the constant reminders that they’re not in control of their undeath, the Brides of Dracula- Marishka, Aleera, & Verona- join together and declare their collective marriage annulled. Together, they overcome […]

Pullbox Reviews: Cult of Dracula #1 – Something old, something new, something gory, something spewed…

Cult of Dracula #1 Second Sight Publishing Written & Created by Rich Davis Illustrated by Henry Martinez Colors by Trevor Richardson Letters by Ed Dukeshire Covers by Carla Cohen Sanford Greene Georges Jeanty Available now– check local comic shops for availability Order SKU: SSPCOD00107292020 “It’s witchy. It’s wyrd. It’s helter skelter within a hippie Cult […]

Pullbox Reviews: Vlad Dracul Explores the Monster Behind the Myth

Strukul presents an interesting take in this one: literature, both prose and graphic, is inundated with takes on Stoker’s Dracula; tales of Vlad Dracul, sans pointy teeth and presumably closer to reality? A bit less so. Instead of the vampire, we see the monster: blood-thirsty, selfish and impulsive—but passionate, fiercely independent and Wallachian-loyal even unto his death. And in terms of story, we get plots and sub-plots aplenty, and no shortage of character motivations left gestating for future harvest. (11/13)

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