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Advance Review – Brothers Dracul #1 (AfterShock Comics)

Advance Review – Brothers Dracul #1 (AfterShock Comics)

Publisher: Aftershock Comics Writer: Cullen Bunn Artwork: Mirko Colak, Maria Santaolalla (colours) Release Date: 11th April 2018 Fresh from their horrific reimagining of the Arthurian legends in Unholy Grail, Cullen Bunn and Mirko Colak are back together once again, this time putting their own unique slant on the story of Vlad the Impaler, the original inspiration for one of the most iconic fictional monsters of all time. The story opens with our titular Dracul brothers fully grown, as Radu visits his brother’s castle in Romania, witnessing the atrocities of Vlad’s seemingly insane actions first-hand. From here, we jump back to their formative years in Gallipoli where their father is forced to offer them up the Sultan as a way to keep him in line following his perceived lack of support. Right from the beginning, the differences between the two brothers is pronounced, and as they find themselves being trained up for some unknown reason, Radu and Vlad’s outlooks couldn’t be more different.  The former is initially hurt by his father’s abandonment, before gradually settling into his studies, while the latter remains icy and detached throughout, with the darkness inside him almost tangible, even from an early age. Colak’s artwork is [...]



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