When last we spoke with British comic book writer Tony Lee, he was hard at work scripting the comic book adventures of beloved science-fiction hero Doctor Who. This October, another of Lee’s projects hits shelves—and this time around, he’s tapped into an even more well-known and much-loved universe: the vampire-filled world of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula.”
Titled “Harker,” Lee’s upcoming graphic novel follows the cast of Stoker’s 1897 novel as they attempt to put their lives back together in the aftermath of Count Dracula’s death. However, unlike other stories that tap the well of vampire mythology, “Harker” has a very unique seal of approval.
“This is the first-ever graphic novel that has an endorsement from the Stoker family,” said Lee of the book, which will feature an introduction by Dacre Stoker, the great grandnephew of Bram Stoker.
I think it’s pretty cool that this graphic novel got the thumbs up from the Stoker family? What do you think?