This month the H. P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast has been covering Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Knowing I still have a brain stuffed with far too much information on the book thanks to the work Leah and I did on The Complete Dracula, Chris and Chad were kind enough to invite me on to talk about the […]Continue reading →
Electricomplexity – the latest on Electricomics H. P. Podcraft are covering Dracula this month (and I’m already annoying them by tweeting my own notes at them, because I know a bit about the book). 1930s Jiu Jitsu with May Whitley – this brilliant video has evidently been online for a while now (although the version […]Continue reading →
The Bram Stoker Series is a subscription only series from The Swan River Press. For €25.00 (including postage and packing), subscribers will receive each new title shortly after its publication date. The first of three brand new titles (following on from 2010’s Four Romances by Mr. Bram Stoker, Bram Stoker’s Other Gothics–Contemporary Reviews, and Extracts […]Continue reading →
The paperback edition of The Complete Dracula, our massive comic book adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Gothic classic, is out worldwide later this week. Dynamite Entertainment presents an unprecedented comic book series that tells the complete story of the Lord of the Undead – Dracula! For the first time in 112 years, the tale that Bram […]Continue reading →
We’re honored to have made it onto the long-list for the 2010 British Fantasy Society Awards with our Dynamite Entertainment adaptation The Complete Dracula. We’re up against some ridiculously strong competition so we really, really do need your help to get onto the short-list. You can find info on how to cast your vote at […]Continue reading →
We are very pleased to announce that The Complete Dracula has been nominated for the 8th Annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards. Don’t forget to cast your vote and show your support at http://rondoaward.com/rondo/rondos.html Voting closes on the 4th of April 2009.Continue reading →
The Bram Stoker Series is a new subscription only series from The Swan River Press. For €25.00 (including postage and packing), subscribers will receive each of the three titles shortly after their respective publication dates. The first of the three titles, Four Romances, is available now. Here collected for the first time since their original […]Continue reading →
THE COMPLETE DRACULA HARDCOVER Writer: Bram Stoker Adapted by: Leah moore & John Reppion Artist: Colton Worley Covers: John Cassaday Genre: HORROR, ADAPTION Rating: TEEN+ Order now from Dynamite Entertainment Order now from Forbidden Planet “As the Count leaned over me and his hands touched me… a horrible feeling of nausea came over me, which, […]Continue reading →
The end is in sight!
The Complete Dracula #4 (of 5) arrives in shops across the USA and Canada today (UK and Europe tomorrow) with the final – even bigger – issue following later this month…Continue reading →
At last it’s here! The Complete Dracula #3 arrives in shops across the globe this week and we sincerely hope you’re looking forward to it as much as Matt Holmes is.
There have been some changes this issue, the most obvious being the introduction of Mr. Dheeraj Verma to the team (and we are, of course, very pleased to have him aboard)…Continue reading →
The Complete Dracula #2 will arrive in shops across the USA & Canada tomorrow (UK & Europe on Thursday).
The second issue begins with the story of the doomed ship The Demeter as it sails from Varna to Whitby carrying a deadly cargo. The voyage takes place between mid July and early August so, for those of you following the story in real time via…Continue reading →
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We’ll be rounding off our mini signing tour this coming Saturday at the new SubCity Comics (unit 5 West Essex St. – just off Dame St.) from 1pm. We’ll be signing copies of The Complete Dracula #1, The Trial of Sherlock Holmes #1 & #2 as well as collected editions and anything else Rob has […]Continue reading →
Who could have predicted that following the great zombie panic of 2007/2008 (during which we did our best to spread the infection with Raise the Dead) vampires would become the monster du jour of 2009? Well, luckily for us, we (or at least Dynamite Entertainment) sort of did. It’s thanks to that kind of eerie […]Continue reading →