Happy Halloween From Dracula the Unconquered!

 

For the record, Drac and Thalia are dressed as Dell Comics’ superheroic Dracula and his sidekick Fleeta! Kind of a deep cut, that one.

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Dracula the Unconquered #2 Preview!

Dracula the Unconquered #2: Captives of the Catacombs

Dracula and Thalia may have escaped from the Tower of London, but when they return to Dracula’s estate, they’re in more danger than ever!  Who is the madman that has caged them with a house full of deathtraps, and what does he want from the greatest of all vampires?  Find out if Dracula and Thalia can survive becoming Captives of the Catacombs!

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Chris Sims and Dracula Profiled in Geek Magazine!

We’re inching ever closer to the release of Dracula the Unconquered #2, but if you need something to tide you over, here’s a nice surprise from our friends over at Geek: Drac writer Chris Sims was profiled in the very first issue of the relaunched magazine, with a focus on Dracula!

The magazine is on sale now at finer bookstores everywhere, so check it out, or watch for their website at GeekExchange.com, and special thanks to Brian Rubin for writing the piece!

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A Sneak Peek at Drac #2

We know it’s been a long wait since Dracula the Unconquered #1, but don’t worry:  #2 is on the way soon!  And to prove it, here’s a look at Drac and Thalia from Steve’s pencils for the second issue, coming soon right here at DraculaTheUnconquered.com!

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A Quick Preview of Drac #2!

What lies within that mysterious building, and what does it mean for Dracula and Thalia?  Find out soon in Dracula the Unconquered #2!

For more sketches, check out Steve Downer’s sketchblog!

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Coming Soon: Dracula the Unconquered #2!

 

 

Dracula the Unconquered #2:  Dracula and Thalia may have escaped from the Tower of London, but when they return to Dracula’s estate, they’re in more danger than ever!  Who is the madman that has caged them with a house full of deathtraps, and what does he want from the greatest of all vampires?  Find out when Chris Sims, Steve Downer and Josh Krach tell the story of our heroes becoming “Captives of the Catacombs!” 

24 Pages | $1.00 | Coming Soon!

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Happy Holidays From Dracula the Unconquered!

Steve, Chris and Josh wish you the happiest of holidays!  Thanks for your support in 2011, and we’ll see you with Drac #2 in 2012!

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Desktop Backgrounds From Drac #1!

If you enjoyed the action and adventure of Dracula the Unconquered #1 so much that you want to spend as much time as possible looking at Steve’s great art, then we’ve got something perfect for you:  A pair of desktop backgrounds made from the art of the first issue!

The backgrounds are in 1920 x 1080 format, but feel free to resize them and share them with your pals!

Dracground 01: The Black Death

Dracground 02: BOOM

We hope you like them, and thanks for supporting Dracula the Unconquered #1!

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Dracula the Unconquered #1 Six-Page Preview!

 


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Three More Interviews About Dracula the Unconquered!

We’re less than a week away from the release of Dracula the Unconquered #1, and Chris Sims has been making the interview rounds again!

First, Chris appeared as the very first guest on the Geekin’ Out podcast, where he spent almost two hours talking about everything from Dracula’s pop culture connections to writing Thalia to the Canadian teen boat comedy, Breaker High.

In antoher first, this time at Nerdcenaries, interviewer Luke Herr talks to Chris about the math behind Dracula and whether or not he considers himself an expert on vampires in general.

Finally, Geoffrey D. Wessel at the Comics Bulletin gives us an extremely in-depth interview about the roots of the series and where it’s going to go, with questions about “strip-mining pop culture,” the notion of character by consensus, and Chris’s preparedness to take the criticism he hands out at his day job.  Plus, thoughts on the original Dracula:

Wessel: Then again, most people’s ideas of Dracula come nowhere close to what Stoker actually wrote. Sad to think that the god-awful ’90s film got it the closest.

Sims: That’s one of the things that attracted me to the character, though. The idea that we have this idea of Dracula that’s so much bigger and different than his portrayal in the novel. I made a joke that Dracula in Dracula isn’t really any scarier than any weird foreign dude who invites you to his castle and then locks you up and tries to steal your girlfriend. He’s just kind of a creep.

Check out the links for more information on the series, and be here next monday, October 31, for the debut of Dracula the Unconquered!

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