Anno Dracula - 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem

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Titan Comics
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6.5 X 10.1 X 0.3 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author

A journalist, film critic, and fiction writer. Newman's first two books were Ghastly Beyond Belief: The Science Fiction and Fantasy Book of Quotations (1985), co-written with Neil Gaiman, and Nightmare Movies: A critical history of the horror film, 1968-88 (1988). Newman and Stephen Jones jointly edited Horror: 100 Best Books, the 1988 horror volume in Xanadu's 100 Best series, and also Horror: Another 100 Best Books, a 2005 sequel from Carroll & Graf. Both books comprise 100 essays by 100 horror writers about 100 horror books and both won the annual Bram Stoker Award for Best Non-Fiction. Newman acts as one of several contributing editors to the UK film magazine Empire, as well as writing the monthly segment, Kim Newman's Video Dungeon. His first stage play scheduled to open in 2017.


"Compulsory reading... glorious" - Neil Gaiman

"It's brilliantly done, smart as hell, but also, most importantly, it's FUN." - Mike Mignola (Hellboy)

"The story is action packed, full of conspiracy and betrayals." - Scream Magazine

"The whole thing is so cinematic." - Mark Kermode

"Anno Dracula is a real treat" - SciFi Pulse

"A worthy addition to Kim Newman's canon of fantastic, beguiling, and terrifying alternate history." - We Are Cult

"Definitely worth checking out" - Major Spoilers

"Exceptional" - Comics For Sinners

"Exactly what I wanted as a die-hard fan of the novels." - Comics Alliance

"Newman's style is refreshingly literate...Anno Dracula is a book that looks as good as it reads." Rock Shock Pop

"An intriguing premise!" - Horror Talk

"Wildly imaginative!" - Diabolique Magazine

"The period setting and the mixed society of vampires, humans, and other fantastic beings set a rich backdrop, and the art compliments the storytelling perfectly. These aspects ooze gothic, steampunk atmosphere. It looks and feels like you're reading a Hammer film. The story is action packed, full of conspiracy and betrayals...This graphic novel is a blast - very enjoyable." -- Scream Magazine