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Flesh and Blood (Book 1)

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From acclaimed writer and artist team Robert Tinnell and Neil Vokes (THE BLACK FOREST, THE WICKED WEST) comes a sensuous horror epic in the spirit of European horror cinema of the 1960s and '70s. The death of Carmilla, the seductive vampire, sets in motion events that lead to a monumental struggle between the forces of darkness and a brave band of mortals. Its members incl ...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published 2011 by Monsterverse
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Phil
May 17, 2012 Phil rated it it was amazing
You need to read Tinnell & Vokes Black Forest. Not to figure it out what is going on in Flesh & Blood but because their both so damn good. Its Vamps vs Vamp Hunters vs the Wolfman, but with a Hammer film feel! Great art & story. I mean Lesbian Vampires in the opening pages? Love it !
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Mar 19, 2013 Artur Coelho rated it liked it
Este livro assume-se como uma homenagem bem humorada ao terror clássico dos filmes da Hammer, com os seus monstros icónicos, horrores sexualizados, ambientes góticos e argumentos inacreditáveis. É uma homenagem bem sucedida, divertida e bem ilustrada. Drácula e as suas noivas juntam-se para lançar uma horde de vampiros vingativos sobre os assassinos de Carmilla, que antes de ser exterminada pelo sanguinário caçador Spielsdorf consegue enfeitiçar a bela Laura. Spielsdorf recruta os serviços do Dr ...more
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May 30, 2013 Don Weiss rated it it was amazing
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Robert Tinnell and Neil Vokes add to their impressive list of Horror-themed graphic novels with FLESH AND BLOOD, the first of a multi-part series once again revisiting the time-honored tradition of the "monster rally", but this time from a slightly different perspective.

Unlike Universal Studios, which grouped their major Horror characters into a series of single movies during the latter half of the 1940s, Hammer Films kept their Frankenstein, Dracula, and other sagas on separate paths for the en
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Mark Brown
Oct 01, 2012 Mark Brown rated it it was amazing
I'm a life long Hammer film fan and I absolutely adored it. Fabulous, inspired and clearly a labour of love!
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