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Dracula Everlasting: v.3

Dracula Everlasting: v.3 (Paperback)

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This is the final volume of Dracula Everlasting, a shoujo manga series that puts a contemporary spin on the world's most famous vampire, Dracula. Amazing Agent Luna writers Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir team up with artist Rhea Silvan to deliver a beautifully illustrated vampire trilogy that expands upon the Dracula mythos like never before. Nicholas Harker discovered he is heir to the legacy of an ancestor he never knew he had: Dracula. Under his progenitor's evil influence, Nichalas has begun, with a vast fortune at his disposal, to rebuild Castle Dracula in the outskirts of Boston, leaving behind a wake of corpses. While the love of Jill Hawthorne seems to be the only thing that weakens Dracula's hold over Nicholas, Mason Renfield realizes he must remove her from the picture, in order to usher in the full reemergence of his dark lord. But Jill's new friend, the fiery wiccan Cate, has plans of her own-to destroy Nicholas and avenge her mother's death.

Fiction & PoetryGraphic NovelsGraphic novels: Manga Publisher: Seven Seas Entertainment, LLC Publication Date: 03/12/2013 ISBN-13: 9781937867690  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Nunzio DeFilippis & Christina Weir are a husband and wife writing team who have worked in television on HBO's "Arli$$ "and Disney's "Kim Possible." As veteran comic book writers, they have written such series as "New Mutants "and "New X-Men, "and numerous manga and graphic novels. They live in Southern California.Rhea Silvan is a manga artist whose works include "InVisible," "Winter Demon "volume 4, and contributions to Watson Guptill's "How To Draw" series.

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