Invisible Werewolf Dracula meets Vampire Mummy Frankenstein
They're back! Globetrotting outlaw Dracula finds a powerful ally in an Egyptian crypt—Frankenstein’s monster himself. Can these monsters thwart the werewolf regime and take back the night?
An illustrated adventure. COMPLETE!
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Invisible Werewolf Dracula meets Vampire Mummy Frankenstein is written in a style that pays homage to classic works of the 1800s, like Dracula and Frankenstein, which is fitting since Dracula and Frankenstein's monster (Adam) are the main characters.
While the style pays homage to classic writing, the ideas are a fresh mix of old monster stories, full of action, fun, and some troubled monsters. The story is reminiscent of Avengers but with monsters instead of superheros.
The writing and grammar are solid. Although there were a couple of places (during battles) that I got confused. Nothing major, and it may not be the writing at all. I exercise while reading, so sweat in my eyes might be to blame.
All in all, Invisible Werewolf Dracula meets Vampire Mummy Frankenstein is a fun read, especially for the Halloween season.