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    Dracula: The Graphic Novel

    Bram Stoker

    Adapted by: Jason ColbeyJason

    Illustrations: Staz Johnson and James Offredi

    Editor: Clive Bryant

    Jonathan Harker’s business trip to Transylvania, to advise Count Dracula on the purchase of English property, soon turns into a living nightmare. Locked in Castle Dracula, Harker believes he will never return home to be with his beloved Mina. He heroically escapes, but is quickly dragged back into the Count’s evil world, as he becomes involved with Van Helsing’s plot to destroy the Prince of Darkness and his “un-dead” – for the benefit of all mankind. Bram Stoker’s classic vampire tale is one of the greatest horror stories ever written. It first appeared in 1897 and rapidly gained momentum with Victorian readers. Its popularity grew through plays, further tales and later with movies, to the extent that the story and characters have become part of our culture. Now, using powerful, dynamic and dramatic artwork by the wonderfully talented Staz Johnson, we bring you an authentic adaptation of Stoker’s masterpiece in this full color graphic novel, for a reading experience you will never forget.

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