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Since Dracula first appeared in Bram Stoker’s novel of the same name in 1897, the character has been depicted in books, graphic novels, cartoons TV, films and even audio dramas. Here, Jonathan Barnes, author of Dracula horror sequel Dracula’s Child runs down his top ten best Draculas in popular culture… Christopher Lee in Count Dracula
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Due out next year, we’re delighted to reveal the cover for Mike Brooks’ fantasy The Black Coast designed by Matt Byrne and with artwork by Anato Finnstark. Monumental worldbuilding at its finest, debut fantasy The Black Coast is the start of an epic series filled with war dragons, armoured knights, sea-faring raiders, dangerous magic and
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If there’s one thing that stands out in Jurassic Park, it’s the thought of actually being able to see dinosaurs with your own eyes – it’s an inimitable tale of wonder and danger that will spark the imagination. Indeed, director Steven Spielberg understood the importance of Jurassic Park’s visuals when creating its big-screen adaptation, sparing
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We love Batman: The Animated Series here at SciFiNow – the voice talents, the storylines, the characterisation and, of course, its incredibly dark, moody look. Now you can have that distinctive, noir-influenced art style on your coffee table with Mondo’s Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection! Over the years, Mondo has received
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Author: Aisha Saeed Publisher: Penguin Random House Price: £12.99 If you like this, try… Wonder Woman Tempest Tossed Aimed more at teens than tots, Tempest Tossed is another early years adventure for Wonder Woman that never compromises its relevance. Aimed at younger readers (around the ages of eight-twelve), Penguin Random House has released the first
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Publisher: Penguin Random House Writer: Tom Scioli Price: $28.99 If you like this, try… Amazing Fantastic Incredible – Stan Lee: A Marvellous Memoir An opportunity to see the other side of the story as told by Smilin’ Stan Lee himself. Anyone familiar with the history of comic books should recognise the name Jack ‘King’ Kirby.
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There are many contenders laying claim to the title of ‘the first SFF novel’. One particularly strong candidate has always been Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, written in 1816 when she was still a teenager. That’s fairly well known. Less well known is the fact that the novel’s preface contains what may be another, quieter first.
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