Death of Centuries

Your daily dose of classic vampires. From Dracula to Carmilla, from Varney to lord Ruthven
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All the famous monsters are real. Immortalized in countless classic films over the decades in which they played themselves, veteran monsters such as Dracula, Frankenstein, and their friends are now grumpy old curmudgeons. Frequently meeting at a monster-friendly bar called “Creature Comforts”, they gripe not only about the monster movies of today, but about the everyday problems they face in their personal lives.

 

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monochromereflections:

creaturecomfortswebcomic:

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Creature Comforts #1

All the famous monsters are real. Immortalized in countless classic films over the decades in which they played themselves, veteran monsters such as Dracula, Frankenstein, and their friends are now grumpy old curmudgeons. Frequently meeting at a monster-friendly bar called “Creature Comforts”, they gripe not only about the monster movies of today, but about the everyday problems they face in their personal lives.

 

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Guys… I am pretty sure you are going to have fun with this and a friend made it so… Check it? 

Anonymous said: Have you ever listened to Christopher Lee read Dracula? I think it's on grooveshark or YouTube somewhere.

Yes. A part of it. For me, it’s too difficult to understand a long text in English when spoken aloud. Specially British accents. 

But he has a lovely voice, hahaha. 

beautyandterrordance:

Publicity photos of Christopher Lee on the set of Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966), via greggorysshocktheater.

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“How blessed are some people, whose lives have no fears, no dreads; to whom sleep is a blessing that comes nightly, and brings nothing but sweet dreams.” 
― Bram StokerDracula

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Renfield: So, doctor, what exactly is your plan for treating me?
Jack: I'm going to give you some animals and see if you eat them.
Renfield: Geeze, Freud can't come soon enough...

He died as he died. Dead.

Van Helsing, on Dracula (via incorrectdraculaquotes)

Happy birthday Dracula

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First published 26th of May 1897.

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Enter freely and of your own will Nothing is too small