coelacance's review

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kinda wanted to experience this story without rereading that very long book, and since there’s no acceptable movie version, i decided to try this. it was okay, very faithful to the original, except that everyone was drawn kind of grotesque instead of pretty, not intentionally most of the time?? i know how hard drawing is but yeah. the final couple of chapters were better in quality. not bad overall, but could have been so much better. 

lodke's review

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3.0

Anne Rice: waaaay better in graphic novel.

nannybooks's review

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5.0

http://nannybooks.blogspot.com.ar/2012/12/lestat-el-vampiro-de-anne-rice.html

museoffire's review

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3.0

My favorite thing about this honestly very well done graphic novel is how badly the artist clearly wanted a young Rutger Hauer to play Lestat. How disappointed was this guy with "Interview With a Vampire?"

superspecs's review

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4.0

This is the first time I've read this since high school and I was worried it wouldn't hold up to my nostalgic expectations. Luckily, Rice's writing is till engaging and most of all her lore is fascinating. I want history books written by her.

Now, I'm no longer 17 so Lestat's extra-ness had me eye-rolling and Armand's creepy abusiveness is more than a little disturbing, but Gabrielle was as great as ever and Marius's story is still one of my favorites.

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