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For more than 125 years he has been the stuff of both nightmares and fantasies—a dark, powerful, irresistible force and bringer of terror, death, and eternal damnation. His name is known throughout the world, as is his story, which has been told and retold and expanded upon countless times, with no end in sight. He is Count Dracula, the king vampire, brought to literary life—or is it undeath?—by Irish author Bram Stoker with the publication...
"Kim Newman's Anno Dracula is back in print, and we must celebrate. It was the first mash-up of literature, history and vampires, and now, in a world in which vampires are everywhere, it's still the best, and its bite is just as sharp. Compulsory reading, commentary, and mindgame: glorious." - Neil Gaiman
"Politics, horror, and romance are woven together in this brilliantly...
Vlad Tepes of the Dracul Order is in his final days. His empire is about to be overrun by an advancing Turkish Army. Vlad will certainly be killed and have his remains spread across the countryside...unless he makes a deal with Lucifer himself. He will become Dracula, the first vampire, and go back to the days of Camelot to destroy King Arthur.
11) Buffalo Bill
Rome. 1959. Count Dracula is about to marry the Moldavian Princess Asa Vajda - his sixth wife. Journalist Kate Reed flies into the city to visit the ailing Charles Beauregard and his vampire companion Geneviève....
13) Dschingis Khan
14) Galileo Galilei
15) Julius Cäsar
17) Ludwig XIV
18) Mona Lisa
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