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Anno Dracula – 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem by Kim Newman REVIEW COPY

From the bestselling world of Kim Newman’s Anno Dracula comes this all-new comic book sequel to his bestselling novel, Anno Dracula. Features a foreword by Hellboy’s Mike Mignola! It is 1895, Count Dracula is Prince Regent and undisputed ruler of the British Empire, his power is supreme and unchecked. The curse of vampirism has spread far and wide through all levels of society and through all ranks of the British government. Now, on the verge of Dracula’s 10th Anniversary of rule, anti-Dracula forces in the guise of the Council of the Seven Days are gathering. The Council – a secret cabal of free radicals, made up of vampires and humans alike have sworn to overthrow the Crown Prince of Darkness at any cost. They plan to sabotage the Jubilee with a devastating bomb attack. Now vampire journalist Kate Reed must uncover the truth and unmask the true conspirators behind the sinister plot or risk plunging both human and vampire kind into ruin and disaster from which no side will recover…

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[Having vanquished Professor Van Helsing and his band of vampire-hunters at the outset of his invasion of Great Britain, Prince Dracula – undisputed grand master of the undead- has through, sheer animal cunning and in-human guile, ruled the British Empire for the past ten years]

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(Titan Comics, ebook, 14 November 2017, copy provided by the publisher and voluntarily reviewed)

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Anno Dracula – 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is an enjoyable graphic novel.

I really liked the art-work. The art-work was so well done that there were several pages with no text at all because the images conveyed all the necessary information. I have zero artistic skill and am really impressed by people who illustrate graphic novels and the like. The illustrator(s) of Anno Dracula – 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem did a great job.

The story element of Anno Dracula – 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is also hugely enjoyable. The book is filled with sheer madness. Imagine a world where Dracula is the Prince Consort and in charge of the British Empire? What a brilliant and sort of terrifying idea.

Anno Dracula – 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem is fantastic. Well worth a read for the illustrations alone.

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