In 1966, Ballantine published Russ Jones’ adaptation of Dracula. It was written by Otto Binder (the “O” of the classic writing pseudonym Eando Binder) and Craig Tennis and featured exterior and interior artwork by Alden McWilliams. It also included an introduction/essay by Christopher Lee, a horror legend who portrayed Dracula in 10 films produced by British exploitation studio Hammer.
Here is Christopher Lee reading that Russ Johnson graphic novel, an adaptation that’s considered to be faithful to the Bram Stoker novel on which it is based.
[via Open Culture]