Dracula, Motherf**ker!

Dracula, Motherf**ker!

Vienna, 1889: Dracula's brides nail him to the bottom of his coffin. Los Angeles, 1974: an ageing starlet decides to raise the stakes. Crime scene photographer Quincy Harker is the only man who knows it happened, but will anyone believe him before he gets his own chalk outline? And are Dracula's three brides there to help him... or use him as bait? A pulpy, pulse-pounding graphic novel of California psych-horror from acclaimed creators ALEX DE CAMPI and ERICA HENDERSON.

Title:Dracula, Motherf**ker!
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534317000
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  • Dan Schwent

    When a Hollywood party results in Dracula being wakened from his deathly sleep, Quincy Harker, police photographer, is in way over his head. Even with the help of some mysterious women, can Quincy avo...

  • Alexander Peterhans

    1970s Los Angeles, city of vampires. Harker (lol!) is a freelance news photographer, who specialises in photographing crime scenes of grisly murders. Dracula is a faceless evil force with lots of eyes...

  • Stacey-Lea

    2.5 starsWe all know I'm always here for vampires so naturally I was interested in one of the og vamps being brought into the 1970s LA scene. A total vibe.Sadly there was really no depth to this story...

  • Matt Peterson

    The back material from author and artist was really interesting but the rest of the book was just kind of ok....

  • Rod Brown

    Like Snakes on a Plane, the work just cannot live up to the title it has stumbled upon.The author and artist say in the end matter that they are trying to be more free and experimental, but de Campi g...

  • Sara

    Genuinely gorgeous, fantastically psychedelic art work can't save this plotless, very confusing retread of a story that's been reimagined so many times we've all lost track. Its the 70's and Quincy Mo...

  • Devann

    I received an ARC copy of this book from EdelweissThere was a lot of potential here but it really just needed to be about twice as long as it actually was. I loved the art style and character designs ...

  • Rachel

    Apparently this wasn't everyone's cup of tea, but I greatly enjoyed it! I think de Campi herself put it best in the closing notes that it's both serious and not serious at the same time. This is a fre...

  • Sadie Hartmann

    Pretty much all style and visuals. ZERO substance. Definitely not $17 worth of story & artwork here. Pretty disappointed. Full review SCREAM mag (if I can get a full high resolution graphic of the cov...

  • Nate

    Visually staggering from beginning to end with a truly original color palate but it's a slight read without much story. I know this is in the tradition of stuff like 30 Days of Night but ultimately I ...