Classic Dracula enthusiasts will surely welcome Vlad The Impaler The Man Who Was Dracula, a new graphic novel by New York Times best selling authors Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colon published by Plume Books into their library.
The Dracula myth has sparked a century of endlessly entertaining creepy tales. The fictional character, originally penned by Bram Stoker, was inspired by a real-life fiend – Prince Vlad Dracul, the 15th-century ruler of Wallachia, a man infamous for massacring and impaling his enemies.
Vlad the Impaler tells the ghastly prince’s life story from his seizure as a boy by the Turkish Sultan, to his love life, to his maniacal attempts to retain power regardless of whose throat he must slit.
Will you be adding Vlad The Impaler graphic novel to your library?