- Apr 17, 2017
I'm sure many dissolute counts and aristocrats from eastern Europe in that period were bisexual. It totally fits Dracula's character.
If you something good Dracula related check out Kim Newman's book series Anno Dracula, which is an alternate history story where Dracula wins at the end of Bram Stoker's Dracula instead of getting killed.
There was a new book in the series released just recently as a matter of fact.
>Implying Drac is the villianHow is it woke to have a villain be bisexual?
Isn't that a 'problematic' trope as old as cinema, if not older? I mean...Spartacus anyone?
Where are the armies of triggered-happy Justice Warriors of the Gender Apocalypse? They should be all over this.
Erh even a cursed human can have desires
Some of the more interesting vampire stories revolve around relationships between someone who's esentially immortal but is in love with a mortal human being
Now that really plays up the curse aspect - the castlevania anime did that pretty nicely
And as loathe as I am to admitting to reading anne rice, she does handle this side quite well, especially when it comes to armand
This was a great movie