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Count Dracula, king of the vampires, is dead, but he isn’t finished with England. Resurrected, Dracula rises from the grave, and before long a rash of bizarre suicides begins plaguing London. Scotland Yard Detective Champion Harrison suspects these may actually be murders, and noted occult specialist Sir John Chandos and beautiful clairvoyant Dion Fortune from the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn offer to assist Harrison’s investigation. Their search leads them to London’s newest and most mysterious club and its peculiar chairman. And as the soul-shattering secrets behind the Suicide Club are revealed Detective Champion Harrison and clairvoyant Dion Fortune challenge Count Dracula and his followers on their own battleground. The final conflict between the forces of goodness and evil is about the begin, and the fate of England and her citizens’ souls hang in the balance. Written by award-winning comic writer Steven Philip Jones (CALIBER’s H.P. Lovecrafts’ Worlds, Sherlock Holmes, and Tatters) and illustrated by John Ross (DC’s Wonder Woman, MARVEL’s Spider-Man, and Doctor Who). Based on the classic works of Bram Stoker and Robert Louis Stevenson.
The Creative Team
Written by: Steven Philip Jones
Art by: John Ross
Cover: Kyle Huston
Print: Black and White
SEQUEL TO BRAM STOKER'S CLASSIC TALE OF HORROR
(4 issues + Graphic Novel)
DRACULA: The Suicide Club
Steven Philip Jones is an American writer. Steven’s best known works include several adaptations and original stories based on the works of H. P. Lovecraft and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes Canon, the horror-adventure comics series Nightlinger, all published by Caliber Comics, the mystery novel King of Harlem, and the non-fiction books The Clive Cussler Adventures: A Critical Review and Comics Writing: Communicating with Comic Books.
John Ross works and lives in the United Kingdom. John started working for Panini Comics in 1996, working on titles such as Masked Rider, Action Man and Spectacular Spider-Man. During this time he also worked on occasional covers for various of Panini's Marvel US reprint titles and the main strip in Doctor Who Magazine. More recently Jon worked on the Jackie Chan Adventures for Eaglemoss and the first six issues of Doctor Who - Battles in Time for Fabbri. John is now the resident artist on the Doctor Who Adventures strip for the BBC.