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The Complete Dracula by Leah Moore

The Complete Dracula (edition 2010)

by Leah Moore, John Reppion, COLTON WORLEY

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Title:The Complete Dracula
Authors:Leah Moore
Other authors:John Reppion, COLTON WORLEY
Info:Dynamite Entertainment (2010), Hardcover, 168 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:graphic novel, enjoyable read

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The Complete Dracula by Leah Moore



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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 were 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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  MaraBlaise | Feb 25, 2017 |
No absolutely not. I made it to 5 pages and had to stop. The graphics/art are horrible! Not enough detail and the faces are disgusting. I already know the story like the back of my hand so no use in continuing looking at the bad artwork.

No stars at all.
  booklover3258 | Feb 13, 2017 |
Very approachable graphic adaptation of Stoker's classic novel. ( )
  bookwyrmm | Jan 17, 2017 |
While this graphic novel provides a great overview and faithful adaptation of Stoker's somewhat tedious novel, it fails to evoke the same terror and chilling Gothic atmosphere that the novel does. I was most disappointed how short the Transylvanian section at the beginning was, as this is my favorite section of the novel (Harker's journey through the Carpathians to Dracula's castle and his stay at the castle).

I love the artwork on each comic cover issue but the artwork for the story itself was hit or miss...many times inconsistent and distracting. Despite that, it is still worth reading and having in any Dracula collection. ( )
  bookgirlokc | Dec 6, 2011 |
A true to the novel graphic adaptation.. but the graphics were disappointing... ( )
  xavierroy | Jun 22, 2010 |
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