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The Complete Dracula von [Stoker, Bram]

The Complete Dracula Kindle Edition

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“A superb work of art, combining fidelity to the original text with visuals that evoke the primal fears lurking in the novel.” - Elizabeth Miller, co-author of Bram Stoker's Notes for Dracula: A Facsimile Edition

“Arguably the most beautiful book on the stands right now. Highly recommended!” - Newsarama

“Moore, Reppion, and team... deliver the definitive adaptation of Stoker's magnum opus. An invigorating new look at a hoary old chestnut!” - Brian J. Showers, author of Literary Walking Tours of Gothic Dublin

“What emerges is a detailed, layered story that I don't feel like I've seen before. The familiar elements are present, but this comes across as almost scholarly in its intent.” - Comics Waiting Room


Writers Leah Moore and John Reppion are joined by painter Colton Worley for a fully painted series, reprinted here in this softcover collected edition. All of the stunning covers by John Cassaday are included, along with script pages, annotations by Leah Moore and John Reppion and samplings of the original text by Bram Stoker!


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 111503 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 168 Seiten
  • Verlag: Dynamite (4. August 2010)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
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HASH(0x936efe28) von 5 Sternen Dracula... with pictures 7. Februar 2010
Von EA Solinas - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Honestly, I've been waiting years for a decent graphic-novel adaptation of Bram Stoker's "Dracula" -- and all the others I've read are silly, ultra-brief ones. "The Complete Dracula" is a smooth, brilliantly adapted piece of work that easily condenses Stoker's novel into a five-issue comic book... but the artwork swings between sublime and silly.

Real estate agent Jonathan Harker arrives in Transylvania, to arrange a London house sale to Count Dracula. But as the days go by, Harker witnesses increasingly horrific events, leading him to believe that Dracula is not actually human -- and he barely escapes with his life. His fiancee Mina arrives in Transylvania, and finds that he has been seriously ill. Meanwhile the count has vanished -- along with countless boxes filled with dirt.

And soon afterwards, strange things happen: a ship piloted by a dead man crashes on the shore, after a mysterious thing killed the crew. And Mina's pal Lucy dies of mysterious blood loss, only to come back as an undead seductress who is attacking children. Dracula has arrived in England -- then the center of the Western world -- and intends to make it his own. The only ones who can stand against him are, Mina, Jonathan, Quincy, Arthur, John, and the mysterious Van Helsing.

It can't be easy to adapt a collection of fictional letters, memos and diaries into an exciting graphic novel form, but Leah Moore and John Reppion actually manage it. Though they obviously have to do some editing work, they preserve the formal, horror-tinged flavor of Stoker's writing. The plot flows easily and smoothly, and it sticks faithfully to the original storyline of the "Dracula" novel, from the harrowing stay at Castle Dracula to an eerie snowbound confrontation with the bad guy himself.

The big problem is that the art is hit and miss... literally. Sometimes it feels like six or seven people were illustrating different pages and then putting them together like puzzle pieces -- Colton Worley's artwork is constantly flipping between the silly and the sublime.

The bad: the faces keep changing from page to page (Mina goes instantly from ingenue to witchy-looking, and Quincey de-ages about twenty years), and sometimes their poses are pretty silly (when Lucy and her mom are attacked by Dracula, their faces are unintentionally hilarious).

The good: Worley provides some exquisitely creepy moments with smooth, polished artwork (Mina slurping on Dracula's chest) and maintains the vampire's classic appearance (sort of hawklike with a mustache). And he paints many of the eerie moments in vibrant jewel tones: shimmering blues, pale violet-greys, bright orange-reds, and sharp violets.

The ugly: Dracula's tonguey expression in the last fight with the good guys.

"The Complete Dracula" is a brilliant adaptation of Stoker's novel, but has some pretty distracting, inconsistent artwork. It's definitely worth reading, but it's kind of distracting.
HASH(0x92dd121c) von 5 Sternen The Complete Dracula 6. Juli 2015
Von Marablaise - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I can't say that Dracula has ever been on of my favorite classic, but I have been thinking of re-reading the book since it has been years since I read it. But now I don't need to, since I read this faithful graphic novel instead. But i must admit that I would have preferred the book instead and I will probably try to re-read the book sometime in the future when my memory has faded a bit...

I had some problem with the font, a lot of different fonts was used some worked fine on the Ipad, some where a lot harder to read, so in the end I read part of it on the computer and part of it on my Ipad (depending on If was near a computer since I wasn't always at home)

Also the art...hmm it just didn't do the trick for me. I wasn't really overwhelmed by it.

But it the end it was a hell of a ride!
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HASH(0x93cbf7c8) von 5 Sternen Dracula comes to life 24. Februar 2010
Von Shadow Watcher - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Beautiful art and imagery, and then a wonderful comentary by Moore and Reppion.
Captures some of the best scenes perfectly, and can be quite scary.
A wonderful adaption of Dracula, that stays true to the dark heart of Bram Stoker's original.
HASH(0x93cc03f0) von 5 Sternen Excellent adaptation 7. Februar 2011
Von danny boy - Veröffentlicht auf
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I never realised how wonderfully edgy and creepy Dracula was as a novel. The brilliant story-telling by Bram Stoker is beautifully retold in graphic adaptation here. Very nice atmospheric drawings combined with skillful editing by Moore and Reppion makes this an edgy read. There were some ambiguous sections on character recognition, as all the key men wore about the same clothes. But this did not detract from the overall comic.

Easily, this is a superior adaptation of classics to any of Marvel's (Roy Thomas) attempts.
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HASH(0x93cc05a0) von 5 Sternen Compelet adaption of orginal Gothic novel 20. August 2010
Von Laura A. Fitzgerald - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I have to admit this volume contained accurate details from the 'deleted' presequel chapter, 'The Lady in the Tomb' through the chapters, particularly the part when Luck Westerna's hair darkened from golden tresses to dark brown falls, a situation pointed out in the original Annotated Dracula, into the culmination where Dracula departed from England in disgrace, wearing a straw hat to symbolize his mood as noted in the Annotated Dracula and the great climax - wowee! This was the best graphic adaption even in my opinion because I collect grapgic (comic-magazine illustration) adaption to my knowledge!
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