DRACULA, ROBIN HOOD, JEKYLL & HYDE IN GRAPHIC NOVEL GRUDGE MATCH
Eco Comics has decided to celebrate Halloween by announcing its next graphic novel:
Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde.
Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde is written by Chris Bunting and illustrated by JL Czerniawski.
The graphic novel assembles the first series of the acclaimed comic book of the same name. It will also feature new material, including an exclusive cover by Czerniawski (shown above). As in all titles by the award-winning ‘green’ publisher, it is paperless-exclusive.
Bunting says: “You get three legends for the price of one: A Robin Hood who is anything but a cheesy gallant hero. A Dracula with a lot of skeletons in his closet, and a leviathan Hyde who could smash the Hulk.”
“This story best exemplifies the overall approach of Eco Comics. We are interested in bringing readers entertaining yarns, harking back to the era when comic book showdowns generated as much excitement as any publicity stunt.
“Supernatural, sci-fi, superheroics – and scraps – this story has it all.
“And, courtesy of the numerous horror genre stars, plenty of gore.”
The title also stars other famous faces such as Frankenstein, and a long overlooked character from the Robin Hood ballads.
Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde: the graphic novel will be available to order in various digital formats, including via the Eco Comics store: www.mohawkmedia.co.uk/ecocomics for $2.95 (approximately £1.80). The launch date is set to be announced soon.
*Praise for Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde:
“Full of surprises. For originality this comic gets the highest marks: 5 stars”
“Its purpose is escapism. The artwork… superb. The suspense… gripping”
-THE LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS.
“A great adventurous romp”
-PAPER DRAGON INK.
“Delivers on the action and makes these tired old characters relevant again”
“Fun, with big ideas and over the top action. I was exceptionally impressed by the art”
“Pure entertainment. The artwork is once again beautiful”
-THE BEAVER NEWSPAPER: LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS.
“This is a downright fun comic to read… the kind of stuff you want out of comics.
Epic and action-packed.”
-JAMES FERGUSON, HORRORTALK.