Press Release Dynamite Entertainment proudly announces the first-ever confrontation between two of its premiere horror characters in Blood Queen Vs. Dracula, a four-part storyline scheduled for March 2015 release. Written by Troy Brownfield and illustrated by Kewber Baal, the series will debut with captivating cover images courtesy of artists Jay Anacleto, Fabiano Neves, Ardian Syaf, and Lucio Parrillo.
What commonly happens during San Diego Comic Con panels is video footage will be shown to those in attendance while we who do not make the pilgrimage either hope a rebellious member of the crowd films it on their phone or we wait patiently for the studio to release the footage online. NBC has just done the later by putting up the trailer for upcoming horror show Dracula.
This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast, your hosts take a look at the vampires in San Francisco! THE CURSE OF DRACULA The Curse of Dracula is back in this deluxe new hardcover edition! A mysterious, charismatic figure is moving amongst the circles of San Francisco’s political elite. When Jonathan Van Helsing and his team of vampire hunters come to town investigating a string of grisly murders, they know it’s only a matter of time before they come face to face with the master of the dark! As always, the Major Spoilers Podcast is nothing without comments from great readers
Press Release Happy Halloween from Kurt Busiek, Daryl Gregory, Scott Godlewski, and Damian Couciero — who have a trick for the bags of comic book fans worldwide with the launch of the DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS webcomic! Launching right now with 11 pages ready to be read, www.draculacomic.com will update daily with new content, serializing the critically-acclaimed print issues while introducing new digital-exclusive story pages and creator commentary. It’s another ground-breaking industry first for BOOM! Studios as DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS migrates from print to digital!
BOOM! Studios released a sneak peek of the first volume of Dracula: The company of monsters that arrives in stores in January.
Or – “He Doesn’t Even Drink… Wine.” In the years since 1938 (technically even earlier, given the existence of The Scarlet Pimpernel, Zorro, the Green Hornet and others who predate the technical era of the Superman) there have been hundreds upon hundreds of publishers that create comic book adventures, with hundreds of THOUSANDS of characters involved. In all that time, there have been more than a few heroes whose existence is due mostly to bad ideas, high concept or some sort of drugs. In the case of today’s Hero History entrant, a strong case can be made for all three.