Item description for Little Book Of Horror: Dracula (Little Book of Horror) by Steve Niles...
Sure, you think you know the real story of Bram Stoker's Dracula. But after countless movies and comic re-tellings, Stoker himself might not recognize his Lord of the Vampires. That's why horror specialist Steve Niles - along with Harvey-nominated gothic illustrator Richard Sala (Evil Eye) - are re-presenting the classic tale in this special illustrated prose style book. Every spread of the book includes an abridged scene from Stoker's original novel accompanied by a special full-page illustration from Sala. Learn the true story of Dracula here!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Nov 2, 2005
Publisher IDW Publishing
ISBN 1933239026 ISBN13 9781933239026
Availability 0 units.
More About Steve Niles
Steve Niles is one of the writers responsible for bringing horror comics back into prominence, and he currently works for the six top American comic publishers--Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse, IDW Publishing, and Radical Comics. He is the creator of "30 Days of Night "and its six sequels, "Criminal Macabre", "Wake the Dead", "Alistair Arcane", "Freaks of the Heartland", and "The Lurkers "(all adapted or in development as feature films), and the writer of "Batman: Gotham After Midnight "and "Simon Dark". He lives in Los Angeles.
Steve Niles currently resides in Los Angeles, in the state of California.
Reviews - What do customers think about Little Book Of Horror: Dracula (Little Book of Horror)?
A fantastic retelling Oct 1, 2007
The scripting talents of Steve (30 Days of Night) Niles join forces with the inspired madman of independent comic art Richard (Black Cat Crossing) Sala to resurrect the Count for 21st century horror fans! The prose is timeless (like the character, himself), crisp and clean enhanced by Sala's classic "Lugosi-like" vivid renderings of the bloodsucker and his ilk. I love horror and monster comics like Dick Briefer's The Monster of Frankenstein and Zombie Factory, and Little Book Of Horror: Dracula will fit nicely between them on my bookshelf.