Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem (Anno Dracula #5.5)

Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem (Anno Dracula #5.5)

Collecting the critically acclaimed comic series based on the best selling Anno Dracula novels by Kim Newman. Written by creator Kim Newman, with art by Paul McCaffrey...

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Title:Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem (Anno Dracula #5.5)
Author:Kim Newman
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1782763007
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem (Anno Dracula #5.5) Reviews

  • Gerry
    Nov 30, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Cate
    Dec 20, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

  • May
    Dec 17, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Ron Turner
    Jan 13, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

  • Mark
    Jan 07, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

  • David Skies
    Mar 02, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Gianfranco Mancini
    Oct 10, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Feb 12, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

  • Mandy
    Nov 01, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Pamela Scott
    Nov 15, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

  • Stuart
    Jan 03, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Matt
    Dec 25, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

  • Dan
    Jan 02, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

  • Marco
    Nov 28, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Mike
    Jan 24, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Ariel
    Nov 17, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Hannah Mckiddie
    Dec 12, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Meeli Neemeste
    Feb 10, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Sean Gibson
    Oct 10, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

  • Liz
    Nov 21, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

  • Peter Adams
    May 25, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Patrick Lait
    May 20, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Vicky
    Apr 12, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Michael Norwitz
    Feb 08, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

  • Gerran Walker
    Dec 11, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Loki
    Nov 19, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

  • Quentin Wallace
    May 12, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

  • Alejandro Vasquez
    Oct 31, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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  • Sara
    Jan 21, 2018

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

  • Oborozukyo
    Nov 27, 2017

    If you loved Newman?s absolutely brilliant (and, to paraphrase Mike Mignola?s on-point comment in the forward to this graphic novel, overstuffed in a good way) Anno Dracula, you will?well, you might like this a little. Because it?s all right. My knickers are not aflame, nor are...

    Dracula is my most favourite vampire, ever. End of. He?s a legend for a reason and immortal in the literary world. He does not take centre stage in Anno Dracula, though. Not in a sense that you?ll see him baring his fangs on every page and panel? No? He already has Britain, the...

    Read as individual issues I just love Kim Newman's "Anno Dracula" novel series, an awesome alternative history mash up with almost ALL vampires ever appeared in books, movies, tv series (in Bloody Red Baron you can spot Nick Knight from Forever Knight!) and much more (in Dracu...

    I have read about the Anno Dracula series, but never read any of the books so this comic series was my introduction to the series. I have to say I enjoyed it. Going by this series, it's set in an alternate universe where Dracula survived the events in the Bram Stoker novel and eventual...

    Anno Dracula makes it's comic book debut in this volume which takes us right back to the early days of the series. Dracula has been in power for ten years and Penelope Churchward is hired to organise the Jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile Kate Reed is on the council of Seven Days who are ...

    After reading Mike Mignola's introduction, I gotta say, I was stoked for some vampire action. The great Hellboy author praised Kim Newman specifically for his ability to transition from novel-writing to comic-writing without a loss of clarity. Allow me to strongly disagree. A glance...

    https://thebookloversboudoir.wordpres... (copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed) Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel. I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at ...

    An original story which takes place before Dracula's downfall in Kim Newman's original novel, and features Kate Reed amidst a collection of literary horrors. I found it hard to get into at the beginning (and the violence is quite graphic, being portrayed full-on rather than merely bein...

    Kim Newman's Anno Dracula finally makes it into comic book form, and it's nothing short of wonderful. In fact, it's a story that works better as a comic than it would in prose - although if you're not already familiar with Anno Dracula, probably not the best place to start. ...

    I liked the art. I like the idea of a world where Dracula has won. I liked all the literary references. But I just can't get into the pulp adventure writing style of the Anno books. It's just too silly for me. ...

    A fun addition to the series, but I wouldn't call it a 'must read'. ...

    I love anno Dracula, and this is well drawn and fun. Also most of the important people, good and bad, are women. ...

    Via DPL and hoopla. ...

    A thoroughly gripping and entertaining read! ...

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