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    I love the idea!

    Glad I stumbled upon this work. How can two very popular figures, each with their own mythologies, even get into an unexpected clash? It's definitely a very intriguing and interesting read. I like how all the popular characters from classic Arthurian legends are here, and of course Dracula. Art is good. It's clean, making it easier to follow the action. I especially like how certain panels are mirror images of each other to compare and contrast the title characters. My only gripe is that it started out slow and then sped up towards the end. Also didn't understand Satan's overall objective as to why he just let the grail go. Overall, not a bad comic but it isn't great either. How can you go wrong? Then again, it's Arthur vs Dracula!

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