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Brothers Dracul #3 Review: A Grindhouse Action Comic

Brothers Dracul #3 Review: A Grindhouse Action Comic

Vlad must save his brother, but he will not forget Mehmed’s failure.[caption id="attachment_876431" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Brothers Dracul #3 cover by Mirko Colak and Maria Santaolalla[/caption]This is a very action-heavy issue of Brothers Dracul Most of the issue is made up of that one encounter with a horde of vampires, and the remaining portion is the[...]

Brothers Dracul #2 Review: A Fine Mixture of Character Drama and Horror

Brothers Dracul #2 Review: A Fine Mixture of Character Drama and Horror

The three young men narrowly survive the experience, but the Brothers Dracul, understandably, want answers upon returning to the sultan’s fortress.[caption id="attachment_856059" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Brothers Dracul #2 cover by Mirko Colak and Maria Santaolalla[/caption]Brothers Dracul #2 embraces the horror with the first scene of the comic The encounter between Vlad, Mehmet, Radu, and the Vampir[...]

Brothers Dracul #1 Review: The Good Version of Dracula Untold

Brothers Dracul #1 Review: The Good Version of 'Dracula Untold'?

Worse yet, Mehmet, the sultan’s son, takes every opportunity to belittle both Vlad and Radu.[caption id="attachment_825865" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Brothers Dracul #1 cover by Mirko Colak and Maria Santaolalla[/caption]Calling Brothers Dracul the “good version” of Dracula Untold feels a bit like a disservice to the comic, even if it is a good reference point for the[...]