Published on November 16th, 2017 | by Richard Boom0
Preview: ANNO Dracula – 1895: Seven Days In Mayhem TPB
November 21 sees the release of ANNO DRACULA – 1895: SEVEN DAYS IN MAYHEM TPB – all-new graphic novel sequel to Kim Newman’s best selling novel, Anno Dracula!
Written by the master of horror himself – Kim Newman. ANNO DRACULA – 1895: SEVEN DAYS IN MAYHEM TPB follows the further exploits of Count Dracula, now the Prince Regent of Queen Victoria and ruler of the British Empire.
For a dark decade, DRACULA has ruled the British Empire, unchecked. Now, on the verge of his Tin Jubilee, forces are gathering to challenge his insidious reign. In London, vampire journalist KATE REED has been summoned to a meeting with the COUNCIL OF THE SEVEN DAYS, a secret cabal dedicated to destroying Dracula. Meanwhile, the sinister LORD OF STRANGE DEATHS is planning to use the Jubilee celebrations for his own nefarious act of sedition.
Kim Newman is the critically acclaimed author of the Anno Dracula series. He has won the Bram Stoker, International Horror Guild, British Fantasy and British Science Fiction Awards and been nominated for the Hugo and World Fantasy Awards.
This all-new graphic novel sequel to the best selling novel, Anno Dracula is beautifully illustrated by Paul McCaffrey, who has drawn Loki for Marvel Comics, Robots vs Zombies and for David Lloyd’s Aces Weekly digital comic.
ANNO DRACULA – 1895: SEVEN DAYS IN MAYHEM TPB hits bookstores on November 21, 2017
ANNO DRACULA – 1895: SEVEN DAYS IN MAYHEM TPB
Writer: Kim Newman
Artist: Paul McCaffrey
Publisher: Titan Comics
144pp – $19.99 – On Sale: November 21, 2017
From the best selling world of Kim Newman’s Anno Dracula comes this all-new comic book sequel to his best selling novel, Anno Dracula
1895. Prince Dracula has ruled Great Britain for ten years, spreading vampirism through every level of society. On the eve of Dracula’s Jubilee, radical forces gather to oppose the tyrant. Kate Reed, vampire journalist and free-thinker, takes a seat on the revolutionary Council of Seven Days, though she learns that the anarchist group harbors a traitor in its midst. The Grey Men, Dracula’s dreaded secret police, have been ordered to quash all resistance to the rule of the arch-vampire. With intrigue on all sides, the scene is set for an explosive addition to the Anno Dracula series.