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Dracula Rises with IDW's Third "Little Book of Horror"

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San Diego, CA (July 28, 2005) The classic tale of horror that is Bram Stoker's Dracula is resurrected in unique fashion through IDW Publishing's Little Book of Horror series.

Little Book of Horror: Dracula is the third in a series of specially sized, hardcover collectible classics that re-tell some of the all-time classic masterpieces of horror. With this one-of-a-kind retelling of Bram Stoker's Dracula, writer Steve Niles (Little Book of Horror: Frankenstein, 30 Days of Night) presents prose excerpts from the original text of this timeless tale of terror. Artist Richard Sala (Evil Eye) provides the haunting yet beautiful accompanying illustrations.

"Forget Christopher Lee. Forget Gary Oldman. Hell, forget Leslie Nielson, too (please)," said IDW's Editor-in-Chief, Chris Ryall. "Once you see the gothic beauty of Richard Sala's line art in this book, you're realize that his is the definitive take on Stoker's Dracula."

Little Book of Horror: Dracula, a full-color, 48-page, 6" x 9" HC, will be available in October.

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