BOOM! Studios released a sneak peek of the first volume of Dracula: The company of monsters that arrives in stores in January.

It’s blood-sucker vs. blood-suckers as BOOM! Studios and Eisner Award-winning creator Kurt Busiek bring you an incredibly modern vision of the Dracula mythos in DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS Volume 1 hitting stores this January! If you’ve missed a single drop of the blood-chilling series, this is perfect time to get caught up for only $12.99! Don’t miss the series that’s revolutionizing vampire horror. Pre-order DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS Volume 1 at your local comic shop today!

“This isn’t your teen-age daughter’s vampire story!” says BOOM! Studios Marketing Director Chip Mosher. “Kurt Busiek and Daryl Gregory weave a fantastic tale full of suspense harking back to the origins of the vampire genre in a cut-throat corporate setting that is unique as it is action packed. Add to that the gorgeous kinetic art of Scott Godlewski and you have a simply amazing vampire series like nothing published in comics today!”

DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS tells the tale of a powerful, predatory corporation that acquires a valuable asset – Dracula! They think they own him, but no one can own the Son of the Dragon. There’s a monster in their midst that puts Hannibal Lecter to shame – and he plans to gain his freedom in blood. Joining Kurt Busiek is award-winning author Daryl Gregrory (PANDEMONIUM) and rising star artist Scott Godlewski (CODEBREAKERS). Featuring a cover by fan-favorite THE NOCTURNALS artist Dan Brereton.

DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS is written by Eisner Award-winner Kurt Busiek, and acclaimed author Daryl Gregory with sensational art by Scott Godlewski. This title ships January and carries a Diamond code of NOV100805 and an ISBN13: 9781608860449.

via BOOM! Studios


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1 Comment

  1. The first part of the story looks really cool. A look at Vlad the Impaler as the tactician and warlord. That part could be something I’ve never seen before, whereas the future part just feels a lot like the law firm from Angel, Wolfram & Hart.

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