Depending on the copy, Bram Stoker's Dracula can run up to 400 pages, but it continues to grow in length throughout the years. Dracula is not only a classic novel, it’s a classic horror novel. Since it was first published in 1897, it has inspired additional books, films and countless other adaptations in media. Can you just imagine if all of those offshoots were included in the original novelization?
I’m a big Dracula fan and I’m always interested to see new stakes, I mean takes, especially when they cross paths with my other loves. The character of Dracula has made several notable comic book appearances through the years but now Gary Gerani and Stuart Sayger give us something exciting and different with IDW Publishing’s Bram Stoker’s Death Ship.
Read more about it in this week's Hey, That's My Cape! at Newsarama!