Graphic novel sequel to Bram Stoker’s Dracula comes to MCM Expo

Myebook - From the pages of Bram Stoker's 'Dracula': HARKER - click here to open my ebook

HARKER: Over a century ago, Bram Stoker brought the immortal Vampire Count Dracula to the printed page, affecting the hearts and minds of millions and starting a century of adaptations, prequels and sequels involving the enigmatic Count. And a hundred years later the Vampire has never been stronger, with books like Twilight hitting the bestseller lists and shows like True Blood and Being Human showing alternate takes of the popular mythos to critical acclaim.

Written by British comic writer Tony Lee (Doctor Who, Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, Outlaw: The Legend Of Robin Hood) and drawn / coloured by the acclaimed South African art team of Neil Van Antwerpen and Peter-David Douglas (Starship Troopers), FROM THE PAGES OF BRAM STOKER’S ‘DRACULA’: HARKER is a faithful return to the original characters, set six months on from the Count’s grizzly death, and six months before the birth of Jonathan and Mina’s son, Quincey.

The comic is being launched at the MCM Expo this weekend at Tony Lee’s stand in the Comic Village.

We reviewed  Harker several weeks ago  and, for those who are interested, you can listen to our review here.

In short  we thought the graphic novel was a worthy follow up to Bram Stoker’s original. It had a great plot by Tony Lee and some very atmospheric art from Neil Van Antwerpen and Peter-David Douglas to complement it.

Do yourself a favour and give it a look see if you’re at the show.

GS Reporter: Nuge

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