We can't end Fangtober without a discussion on the 1931 Bela Legulsi classic, Dracula. Join us as Kevin, The Dapper Man gives this horror classic a Dapper Review.
I leave you with this, dear Reader. Whether your desires of the flesh be drinking, drug addictions, sexual lusts etc., you are unbound by your sins no more. But remember, beware of the decisions you make today because you will live with them the rest of your life.
as we take a look at the graphic novel adaptation of the literary classic, Dracula. Dracula was written by Bram Stoker and was originally published in 1897. The publishing company Usborne has published a graphic novel version of the story in an effort to make it more accessible to a younger audience.
Fangtober continues here at Geek Devotions as Dallas takes a look at DC Comic's Elseworlds, "Batman & Dracula: Red Rain" (1992). This is a fantastic book that points out the issue of not paying attention to those unseen. But what can we do about it?
October has begun and so has Fangtober! This week Celeste takes a look at the confusion caused by the lack of wisdom found in Dracula Dead and Loving It. Why is wisdom so important? Why do you need wisdom?