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Un-Dead TV: The Ultimate Guide to Vampire Television

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Vampires are ubiquitous in our popular culture—from movies to television, in fiction and art, and even within the hallowed halls of academia. But in the not-so-distant past, these undead creatures held more fear than fascination; they lived in the shadows and were the stuff of nightmares. In 1897, Bram Stoker introduced Dracula to the Western world—and our concept of vampi ...more
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Published December 1st 2012 by By Light Unseen Media
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Diana
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A book on vampires focusing on those in television shows, and advertising, of course, I was going to request it. I about did a happy dance when I was approved through NetGalley. I loved it and will be buying myself a copy ASAP. The book goes through the ones everyone knows and loves like Grandpa Munster, to some that have a cult following like Barnabas Collins, to ones that aren't that well known like Nick Knight on the Canadian show "Forever Knight". It talks about
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Incredible amount of research in this reference book makes it an enjoyable read from cover to cover. Kudos to the author for the amount of work involved.
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Brad is currently writing his next book, "The Great Fright North," which is a historical journey through the darker side of Canadian storytelling. This in-depth look delves into the history of Canadian horror, supernatural, and dark fantasy works in film, radio, television, theatre, literature, comic books and fandom
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