Ultrasylvania, Vol. 1: King Dracula

Ultrasylvania Vol King Dracula About the Comic In this alternate history of th century Europe Dracula Frankenstein s Monster and a certain Egyptian resident don t lurk in the darkness they re world leaders struggling to hold

  • Title: Ultrasylvania, Vol. 1: King Dracula
  • Author: Brian Schirmer
  • ISBN: 9780984909223
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Paperback
  • About the Comic In this alternate history of 19th century Europe, Dracula, Frankenstein s Monster, and a certain Egyptian resident don t lurk in the darkness they re world leaders, struggling to hold their nations together amid assassination plots, romantic betrayals, and political intrigues.That s the world of our story The setting And a couple of the major players.About the Comic In this alternate history of 19th century Europe, Dracula, Frankenstein s Monster, and a certain Egyptian resident don t lurk in the darkness they re world leaders, struggling to hold their nations together amid assassination plots, romantic betrayals, and political intrigues.That s the world of our story The setting And a couple of the major players But, it s about a great many things love, loss, mistrust, espionage, the murkiness of truth and hope in the face of all of that.Produced in cooperation with the Academy of Art University s first of its kind Comic Collaborative class, ULTRASYLVANIA was brought to life over the course of fifteen weeks by eleven students, with art direction by Jeremy Saliba Dynamite s Wheel of Time and an original script by Brian Schirmer Meeting and working in the Academy s state of the art Cintiq studio, the artists employed a variety of media pencils, pen and ink, watercolor, all digital to achieve the finished product.And, it was written to just be fun It s a different take on some classic characters with a few surprises thrown in Should be a little something in there for everyone Even you9 calls ULTRASYLVANIA intriguing singling out Richard Healy s dark and bleeding watercolors , Jonathan Aguillon s clear black lines and unnatural color palette , and Valerio Fabbretti s detailed realism which adds an exciting touch of terror to the opening page, and makes me eager to see the story return to Egypt And, Stellar Four says, The strong storytelling is backed by some outstanding artwork I was really blown away.

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    One thought on “Ultrasylvania, Vol. 1: King Dracula”

    1. Tough to get through, boring, and utterly fragmented both in story and (specifically) art, to a degree I've never seen before.

    2. Levemente divertido, inconsequente e incoerente. Ultrasylvania regressa ao já batido tema das histórias alternativas em que Drácula reina na europa do século XIX. Neste título, temos Drácula a reinar sobre os penhascos do costume. O monstro de Frankenstein é o benévolo monarca da Bavária, que tenta em vão persuadir o papa católico a ressuscitar o sacro-império romano-germânico. A oriente, a expedição napoleónica ao Egipto ressuscitou mais do que a língua hieroglífica e as forç [...]

    3. This was a weird mix of Universal Studios monsters and historical political fiction. While I guess it was an imaginative melding of the two, I honestly can't say I am particularly interested in what happened, or where it will go next. It's not poorly written or illustrated, but I also am not engaged by it, either. Unless you have a good deal of love for both of those topics, I would give it a miss.

    4. There is some promising stuff here, but the change of artist's every few pages is severely distracting. And there's a bit too much implication instead of explication. But, like I said, there is some interesting stuff in here, too.

    5. An interesting concept with two classic horror monsters, but the constant shift in art style and the time jumps proved distracting. The art was sometimes beautiful and haunting, at other times cartoonish and unattractive.

    6. This could have been pretty good, but it was hampered by the constantly shifting art. There are 14 artists (and an "art director") for something like 70 pages of story.

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