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My only problem is that the Amazon page for this graphic novel, at the time of my order, literally included every edition of Dracula ever written. Beyond that, this specific graphic novel of the movie, Bram Stoker's Dracula, is beautifully crafted. It's very close to the movie from scene to scene, but viewed through the perspective of Mike Mignola's artistry. Whether you love the movie or Mignola's (or both), this is a must have!
As someone who has never actually seen Bram Stoker's Dracula and barely read the first few chapters of the book, I found this adaptation to be quite fascinating. By far, the highlight of the book is that of Mike Mignola's artwork which proves to be jaw dropping from beginning to end. As per the narrative itself, I found it to be generally engaging though a bit muddled and confusing by the time of its conclusion. Were it not for the incoherent climax, I would very much give this a higher rating but as such, 3 out of 5 stars seems appropriate. A must read for Mike Mignola's artwork but beyond that I can't say much else.