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Bram Stoker’s Dracula Graphic Novel Motion Trailer


For centuries, the Dracula haunted generations after generations about a vampire from Transylvania. His mere presence of mesmerizing gaze, bloodsucking bite, and transformations into a bat and wolf that rules the darkness. The name Dracula is one of the most feared names in monster mythology.

Bram Stoker penned the gothic horror novel “Dracula” back in 1897 at the height of horror storytelling in Europe. Decades later, Hungarian-born actor Bela Lugosi played the iconic vampire in Dracula that forever embeds his presence in cinematic history.

Now, Legendary Comics united Bram Stoker’s story and Bela Lugosi’s image into a graphic novel of Dracula.

Here’s the synopsis of the graphic novel:

Bram Stoker. Bela Lugosi. Two names forever bound by Dracula. And for the first time ever, Bram Stoker’s gothic masterpiece is being united with the definitive screen legend, Bela Lugosi, in Legendary Comics’ all-new graphic novel!

In the late 19th Century, Dracula, an ancient Transylvanian vampire, moves to England to find fresh blood and spread his evil contagion. There, he encounters two women, Lucy and Mina, who become the targets of his dark obsession. Aided by a group of brave men, Professor Van Helsing arrives on the scene to take on the Vampire Prince in the ultimate battle between the forces of light and dark!

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The graphic novel is a wonderful collection for comic book and horror enthusiasts. El Garing did the illustrations and the cover art. Kerry Gammill was the art director and co-editor. Robert Napton adapted and edited the project. Additional support and partnership were provided by the Lugosi Estate.

The graphic novel is now available for pre-sale and on-sale in bookstores and online on November 3.

Watch the motion trailer shared by Legendary Comics below that highlights some of the masterpiece artwork. Let us know what you think.

Source: Legendary Comics

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