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10 thoughts on “Dracula

  1. Jill Kenna Jill Kenna says:

    I could not recommend this bookI loved the artwork and the story was fantastic I would give itthan five stars if I could


  2. Evan Evan says:

    I read it twice because my mom said I could get a game after I read it


  3. Samantha Osborne Samantha Osborne says:

    It was ok for a comic but not one of my favorites that I have read


  4. HowardHomeEd HowardHomeEd says:

    I think you probably need some prior knowledge of the Dracula storyline in order to follow this It s a bit choppy, with many time jumps I enjoyed it though, and the illustrations were great too.


  5. Bonnie Bonnie says:

    For years I read and watched adaptations of Bram Stoker s Dracula before I even read the book Beforehand I did not have the original to compare to, but now that I do, I still find myself enjoying them and not being overly critical, if I am critical at all sometimes.This adaptation I couldn t help myself though because even though the amount of the original story used is far better than expected there s still something to be desired It isn t so much what has been cut out from the original, but For years I read and watched adaptations of Bram Stoker s Dracula before I even read the book Beforehand I did not have the original to compare to, but now that I do, I still find myself enjoying them and not being overly critical, if I am critical at all sometimes.This adaptation I couldn t help myself though because even though the amount of the original story used is far better than expected there s still something to be desired It isn t so much what has been cut out from the original, but what has been left out between panels so the story doesn t flow smoothly in places, leaving it to feel disjointed and even confusing at times I know I have mentioned in previous reviews for comics that I can get easily confused, but after doing my comic reading challenge and nearing the end of it, I ve learnt to appreciate the difference between my problem of following and a graphic novels lack of seamlessness.Other than that it isn t a badly done graphic novel It is aimed at a younger audience and that would probably explain the art There isn t anything wrong with the art, in fact it is pretty good, but for me it is too cute Not only for an old school horror story, but for Dracula That doesn t feel right to me and I also feel that the story, and any sinister aspects it may have had, wasn t at its full impact because of it But if the art is done the way it was to help lesson the horror of it then, it has achieved what it was meant to do, which is cater to a younger audience with an intriguing story


  6. Rae Rae says:

    A major function that graphic novels of classics like this one serve is to provide access to the story for readers who have difficulty with the original text I don t think that reading this book would allow a student to pass a test on the original novel because it diverges substantially from Stoker s classic text.


  7. Michael Michael says:

    Possibly my favorite version of the story, including Stoker s That s maybe going too far, but it reminds me of how I feel about Peter Jackson s Lord of the Rings vs Tolkien s Michael Mucci and Ben Caldwell keep the story and characters of the original intact while making a few, carefully considered changes to help illuminate some things or keep the story moving It loses the puzzle solving that the epistolary nature of the novel forces on the reader, and that s something I miss, so I m glad to Possibly my favorite version of the story, including Stoker s That s maybe going too far, but it reminds me of how I feel about Peter Jackson s Lord of the Rings vs Tolkien s Michael Mucci and Ben Caldwell keep the story and characters of the original intact while making a few, carefully considered changes to help illuminate some things or keep the story moving It loses the puzzle solving that the epistolary nature of the novel forces on the reader, and that s something I miss, so I m glad to have the story in both formats This is the perfect introduction to Dracula for anyone interested in the story, but intimidated by what they ve heard about the novel


  8. Allison Allison says:

    Was hoping this would be acoherent adaptation of the original one of my all time favs to add to my classroom for readers who want an entry point into engaging with classics However, I felt that as a graphic novel, it lacked the flow of storytelling needed to help struggling readers have closure through each page It read like a choppy summary, fast forwarding through the novel To be fair it would be very difficult to condense the original into such a small number of panels Relying al Was hoping this would be acoherent adaptation of the original one of my all time favs to add to my classroom for readers who want an entry point into engaging with classics However, I felt that as a graphic novel, it lacked the flow of storytelling needed to help struggling readers have closure through each page It read like a choppy summary, fast forwarding through the novel To be fair it would be very difficult to condense the original into such a small number of panels Relying almost entirely on dialogue and hardly any captions also holds it back from capturing the full tone of the original Ah well Valiant effort


  9. Joshua Joshua says:

    A nice easy presentation of the classic Dracula story for all I know I have been meaning to read the original for some time and this has really piqued my interest in getting around to it a lotdepth and twists than I had ever really picked up from just knowing of pop culture Dracula mythos.


  10. Hope Hope says:

    It is weird to me to read Dracula as a graphic novel, that said it was well written I guess I mean, there aren t really a lot of words in a graphic novel, although I think this hadthan usual Regardless, Chloe asked me to read it and I did LOL


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Dracula [EPUB] ✺ Dracula ✽ Michael Mucci – Polishdarling.co.uk Originally written by Bram Stoker in , Dracula gave the world one of literature s most compelling characters This graphic novel is written by an expert in animation and design It has compelling text t originally written by Bram Stoker in , Dracula gave the world one of literature s most compelling characters This graphic novel is written by an expert in animation and design It has compelling text that maintains the suspense of the original along with action packed images.


10 thoughts on “Dracula

  1. Jill Kenna Jill Kenna says:

    I could not recommend this bookI loved the artwork and the story was fantastic I would give itthan five stars if I could


  2. Evan Evan says:

    I read it twice because my mom said I could get a game after I read it


  3. Samantha Osborne Samantha Osborne says:

    It was ok for a comic but not one of my favorites that I have read


  4. HowardHomeEd HowardHomeEd says:

    I think you probably need some prior knowledge of the Dracula storyline in order to follow this It s a bit choppy, with many time jumps I enjoyed it though, and the illustrations were great too.


  5. Bonnie Bonnie says:

    For years I read and watched adaptations of Bram Stoker s Dracula before I even read the book Beforehand I did not have the original to compare to, but now that I do, I still find myself enjoying them and not being overly critical, if I am critical at all sometimes.This adaptation I couldn t help myself though because even though the amount of the original story used is far better than expected there s still something to be desired It isn t so much what has been cut out from the original, but For years I read and watched adaptations of Bram Stoker s Dracula before I even read the book Beforehand I did not have the original to compare to, but now that I do, I still find myself enjoying them and not being overly critical, if I am critical at all sometimes.This adaptation I couldn t help myself though because even though the amount of the original story used is far better than expected there s still something to be desired It isn t so much what has been cut out from the original, but what has been left out between panels so the story doesn t flow smoothly in places, leaving it to feel disjointed and even confusing at times I know I have mentioned in previous reviews for comics that I can get easily confused, but after doing my comic reading challenge and nearing the end of it, I ve learnt to appreciate the difference between my problem of following and a graphic novels lack of seamlessness.Other than that it isn t a badly done graphic novel It is aimed at a younger audience and that would probably explain the art There isn t anything wrong with the art, in fact it is pretty good, but for me it is too cute Not only for an old school horror story, but for Dracula That doesn t feel right to me and I also feel that the story, and any sinister aspects it may have had, wasn t at its full impact because of it But if the art is done the way it was to help lesson the horror of it then, it has achieved what it was meant to do, which is cater to a younger audience with an intriguing story


  6. Rae Rae says:

    A major function that graphic novels of classics like this one serve is to provide access to the story for readers who have difficulty with the original text I don t think that reading this book would allow a student to pass a test on the original novel because it diverges substantially from Stoker s classic text.


  7. Michael Michael says:

    Possibly my favorite version of the story, including Stoker s That s maybe going too far, but it reminds me of how I feel about Peter Jackson s Lord of the Rings vs Tolkien s Michael Mucci and Ben Caldwell keep the story and characters of the original intact while making a few, carefully considered changes to help illuminate some things or keep the story moving It loses the puzzle solving that the epistolary nature of the novel forces on the reader, and that s something I miss, so I m glad to Possibly my favorite version of the story, including Stoker s That s maybe going too far, but it reminds me of how I feel about Peter Jackson s Lord of the Rings vs Tolkien s Michael Mucci and Ben Caldwell keep the story and characters of the original intact while making a few, carefully considered changes to help illuminate some things or keep the story moving It loses the puzzle solving that the epistolary nature of the novel forces on the reader, and that s something I miss, so I m glad to have the story in both formats This is the perfect introduction to Dracula for anyone interested in the story, but intimidated by what they ve heard about the novel


  8. Allison Allison says:

    Was hoping this would be acoherent adaptation of the original one of my all time favs to add to my classroom for readers who want an entry point into engaging with classics However, I felt that as a graphic novel, it lacked the flow of storytelling needed to help struggling readers have closure through each page It read like a choppy summary, fast forwarding through the novel To be fair it would be very difficult to condense the original into such a small number of panels Relying al Was hoping this would be acoherent adaptation of the original one of my all time favs to add to my classroom for readers who want an entry point into engaging with classics However, I felt that as a graphic novel, it lacked the flow of storytelling needed to help struggling readers have closure through each page It read like a choppy summary, fast forwarding through the novel To be fair it would be very difficult to condense the original into such a small number of panels Relying almost entirely on dialogue and hardly any captions also holds it back from capturing the full tone of the original Ah well Valiant effort


  9. Joshua Joshua says:

    A nice easy presentation of the classic Dracula story for all I know I have been meaning to read the original for some time and this has really piqued my interest in getting around to it a lotdepth and twists than I had ever really picked up from just knowing of pop culture Dracula mythos.


  10. Hope Hope says:

    It is weird to me to read Dracula as a graphic novel, that said it was well written I guess I mean, there aren t really a lot of words in a graphic novel, although I think this hadthan usual Regardless, Chloe asked me to read it and I did LOL


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