Friday, November 29, 2013

Dracula: Eternally dead yet alive

Bram Stoker's Dracula has been a character we love to read more and more about him. After it was first published in 1897, various editions are being published in many countries. This one is an illustrated story of Count Dracula which published in 1976 and it was the sixth reprint. The story was adapted by Naunerle Farr and illustrations were by Nestor Redondo. 
Just feel the impact of Stoker's Dracula through the illustrations of Nestor. 

The cover page 
The characters 
The Count with the background 
Just see the perspectives of the illustrations 
The story moves ahead with chills and thrills 
It has some close-ups and mid-shots 
The light and shades effect 
Some interesting locations 
.....and the happy end. 

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