Thirty original drawings depict bloodthirsty characters in all manner of mysterious, romantic, and moody settings — ideal for fans of today's popular books, television shows, and movies inspired by vampire lore. Illustrations include moonlit graveyards, toothy antiheroes, and swooning maidens a... read more
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Thirty original drawings depict bloodthirsty characters in all manner of mysterious, romantic, and moody settings — ideal for fans of today's popular books, television shows, and movies inspired by vampire lore. Illustrations include moonlit graveyards, toothy antiheroes, and swooning maidens amid settings that teem with serpents, skulls, and swarming bats.
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