All-Action Classics No. 1: Dracula

All-Action Classics No. 1: Dracula

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All-Action Classics No. 1: Dracula 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Nightmare_Lord More than 1 year ago
It is an exclent book if you want to get to know the story, history of vlad the impaler, and the author. For some reason it was aimed at kids when it might get them to read the orignal that is sexual,sadistic,and above all else violent.IT IS AN AMAZING BOOK!
Aidda More than 1 year ago
It's very nice to see this story in a publication appropriate for a younger mind. There is blood, but it's not done to a realistic degree and all the violence except for the final slaying of Dracula is done "off stage". The final slaying itself is rather quick with limited blood. If you're a collector don't pass this one up, it's very unique. Not a dark and gloomy book, plus good as a gift.
princessofpersia More than 1 year ago
They removed all the endless, boring scenery descriptions without changing the dialog and the illustrations are fantastic. I really loved it and if you think classics are boring then this is a great alternative.
mrsdwilliams on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The graphic novel version of the book that started our fascination with vampires--Bram Stoker's Dracula, originally publishd in 1897. The classic novel is absolutely worth reading in its entirety, but it's not an easy read. Michael Mucci's graphic version captures the thrills and chills of the original while making this classic accessible to readers of all ages. The illustrations are gorgeous and detailed.
highvoltagegrrl on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I think this is a great way to get young readers to experience the classics. While a lot of the story is cut out to make it fit into one graphic novel it still has enough there to grab onto. The idea to make classics into graphic novels is ingenious as it will surely draw people in and it seems that then they will be more likely to read the original format of the book. It¿s done that to me, it also makes me want to watch the movie version of the book again as well. I like the artwork better in this graphic novel than in many others I¿ve seen aimed at the younger crowd. I didn¿t have any problem following along or remember who was who as each character was drawn distinctly different.
jemilie on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
SUMMARY:English estate agent Johnathan Hacker went to Transylvania to meet a potential new client, the Count Dracula. During his journey, Hacker had all the warnings given to him by an old lady. He was also given a rosary for protection. On his way to Dracula's castle, his luggages were placed on another carriage and driven by a mysterious driver. Hacker was ignorant of the dangers which lain ahead. During his stay, he noticed strange things happening. His journal was his only refuge. He longed for his fiance Marie. Eventually he fell from the castle while exploring it.Marie's friend Lucky was bitten by Dracula who was a vampire. She later died. Dr Van Helsing had discovered this when he was asked to investigate the matter. Then Dr. Helsing with his team set out to solve the mystery. Meanwhile,Johnathan Hacker was hospitalised because he was discovered. He too began to work with Dr.Helsing to kill Dracula. They discovered Dracula's castle and destroyed it. Then Dracula bit Marie, Johnathan's fiance as a form of revenge. She ha turned to a vampire. There was a quest to find Dracula and kill him once and for all. In the end, Johnathan Hacker, stabbed Dracula with a knife in his heart. Dracula died and Marie was brought back to her human form.PERSONAL:This graphic novel was interesting. The illustrations were clear.This is age appropriate for grade 6 and up.Boys are particular interested in this kind of graphic art/comic.CLASSROOM:The teacher will allow the students to form literature circles to discuss and ask questions about the novel.They will come as groups of threes, think of a topic and prepare a story and use graphic arts and bubble speech to tell the story.
gvandevel on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
In this book a boy old girl and an old man are driving, but the men don't know that the driver is Count Dracula. The girl does but before she can mention it he changes into the monster. Dracula tries to kill the boys family but friends help him destroy count Dracula.
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