INTERVIEW: Dacre Stoker and Chris McAuley talk DRACULA THE RETURN: CULT OF THE WHITE ROOM

Few fictional characters have permeated the pop culture landscape quite as much as Bram Stoker‘s iconic Prince Darkness, Dracula (and as a collector myself, I know). Since the gothic horror novel’s publication 125 years ago, Bram Stoker‘s Dracula has been adapted into numerous plays, comics, audio dramas, movies, video games, and more. Notable versions in comics include Marvel’s Tomb […]Few fictional characters have permeated the pop culture landscape quite as much as Bram Stoker‘s iconic Prince Darkness, Dracula (and as a collector myself, I know). Since the gothic horror novel’s publication 125 years ago, Bram Stoker‘s Dracula has been adapted into numerous plays, comics, audio dramas, movies, video games, and more. Notable versions in comics include Marvel’s TombThe BeatRead More

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