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Vampire Books Coming December 2013

With the busy holidays and shopping don’t forget to pick up one of these great reads to take a little break from the hectic world. These vampire novels are sure to get your blood pumping this holiday season! Enjoy :) Prince of Shadows (Paladin Warriors) by Tes Hilaire (Dec 3, 2013) It’s Forbidden for a…

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Review of Fluffy VS Vampirella

It takes little or no imagination to read the title Vampirella vs Fluffy the Vampire Slayer and get the gist of it. Two female icons of the undead genre meeting up. The stuff of fantasies, actually. In more ways that one. Just to let everyone know–the cover art conveys the quality of the actual comic…

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Review of Virgin Vampires

Way back in the 1970s, Hammer films had plans (never realized) to make a fourth Karnstein film as a follow-up to Twins of Evil.  The title was to have been Vampire Virgins. When I heard of the following graphic novel, little wonder if I wondered about any possible connection! Virgin Vampires (or Once Upon a…

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All Action Classic Dracula

Like many a vampire fan, I own multiple adaptations of Bram Stoker’s seminal novel Dracula.  They vary considerably in style, medium, approach and (of course) quality.  But several are graphic novels, and one of these maybe deserves a bit more publicity.  I refer to the All Action Classics version from Sterling Publishing, written by Michael…

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Raptors

Stories about the undead grow in number every day.  Most remain forgettable.  Nantier Beall Minoustchine Publishing’s four part Raptors graphic novel turns out to be anything but. A few words about the artwork.  Something about it feels European, and indeed such proves to be the case.  What I read was an English translation, but the…

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Night of the Vampire Puppets

Pinocchio the Vampire Slayer was a 2010 graphic novel, with a sequel in the works. The title makes a weird kind of sense, given that the titular hero is in effect a living weapon against the undead. But another thought comes to mind almost immediately. Would Pinocchio have to fight vampires who were also puppets?…

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