Then there is the new summer hit, The Gates, about a suburban community, much like Wisteria Lane, whose residents aren't who they seem. From witches, to werewolves to vampires, this show is quite the talk of this summer.
Then there's Tru Blood. Enough said.
And vampires in film? You already know that answer to that.
In books, more and more female authors are churning out stories about star-crossed lovers, a vampire always being involved and somehow an innocent human and among a few other supernatural beings. Females of all ages are buying those books up like kids at a candy festival.
But I hear the outcry of people who have loved vampire folklore and mythology years before Stephanie Meyer wrote the Twilight Saga. They miss how vampires used to be portrayed. Or rather, should be portrayed.
For those of you out there who love vampires and are the people that I just described, fear not! Studio-407 understands how vampires should be written. So we put together an awesome graphic novel that all of you guys should read: The Night Projectionist.
I won't spoil what it's about (also because you can scroll down and read my earlier blog entries), but Fangoria and Aint it Cool News gave the most amazing reviews. So if they took the time to check it out, you should too!
And here along with the link to the site, is our exclusive FREEBIE of the day!
Night Projectionist wallpaper!
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Let me know what you guys think about The Night Projectionist! Leave comments below!! =D