Although the idea that graphic narratives represent an important literary form is still debated in academic circles, in recent years comics scholarship has emerged into wider contexts.
This collection of new essays considers various literary approaches to graphic narrative and sequential art. The authors examine the politics of comic form and narrative, the ways in which graphic narrative and sequential... [click here for more]
When the editor of Bram Stoker’s original Dracula was finalizing the version that would ultimately see print, what was the infamous second chapter of the book that was removed and never included in the official Dracula canon? Here is the tale, originally called "Dracula’s Guest" by Bram Stoker it is now adapted into its own complete standalone story. Now witness...The Lady in... [click here for more]
Jonathan Harker is called to Transylvania to facilitate a London estate purchase by Count Dracula. But when Harker finds himself a prisoner in the castle and three beautiful women threaten him, he realizes that this is no simple business transaction. His only hope is to escape or die because the alternative is unthinkable to him. Part 1 of 4.
A faithful adaptation of... [click here for more]
A faithful adaptation of the classic horror novel by Bram Stoker. The entire saga is here, from the journey of Jonathan Harker to Transylvania, to the crash of the Demeter, the blood letting of Lucy Westerna, and the brave men who fight to stop the monster and save Mina...all the great parts of this great novel.
This graphic novel collects the original mini-series released by Malibu Comics in the... [click here for more]
Three generations of Koopmans live—uneasily—under the same roof of a farm house twenty miles from the center of Holy Cross, Iowa. Thirty-year-old William Koopman needs to move out. But Dad wanted him on the farm after Grandpa died, so William stayed, married his girl Marcy, and even brought her to the farmhouse to live. The poor girl made it a year before she bolted at the end... [click here for more]
Retirement: it’s not just for the elderly.
Thirty-six-year-old JB lives to inspire the old folks at Whispering Pines Rest Home. He listens to their stories, encourages them to get some fresh air, and makes sure they aren’t just sitting around waiting for the end to come.
But he’s not a doctor, not a therapist. He’s a resident of Whispering Pines, too.
When... [click here for more]
The author writes:
This book began as an expansion of my essay, "H. P. Lovecraft: The Decline of the West," in The Weird Tale, but very quickly became something quite different, to the degree that the two works have little save the title in common. I have always been interested in Lovecraft the philosopher, and in my Starmont Reader's Guide to Lovecraft (1982) I attempted a very compressed... [click here for more]