Well I missed Halloween by thismuch with this announcement, but I would like to let you know that my graphic novel "Sister Mary Dracula" is now available on Amazon.
Terry Malloy is a nine year old student at St. Egregius the Stricter Elementary, and he's convinced his teacher is a fire-breathing vampire who wants to drink his blood. Even his best friends Steven and Kenny think he's totally lost his mind. Terry decides that he and he alone must reveal to the world this Heart of Darkness, or at least a cool scale model of it!
"Sister Mary Dracula" originated as a Flash animation in 2001 and quickly became an internet sensation. It had its world premiere at the San Diego Comic Con Independent Film Festival in 2004. Based on that exposure, I expanded the story into a 108-page comic adventure.
Here's a surprise: "Sister Mary Dracula" is NOT a Graphic Novel! I know, I was surprised too. I was a little confused when I was working through the info section on Amazon when I was setting up. You have to select a genre and sub-genre, and I didn't understand why "Graphic Novel" didn't have a "Humor" sub-genre.
Then I was talking to a friend whose partner works in a Barnes & Noble, and he told me that anything humorous went in the Humor section and NOT the Graphic Novel section! So then the Amazon settings made sense.
Someone on another forum commented that he liked the ten-page teaser but he wouldn't be buying it because "I don't read graphic novels". So I told him not to worry, it's not one, so he can still read it! http://www.amazon.com/dp/1493543164/ref=rdr_ext_tmb
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