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Enter a world where vampires rise up from the shadows in this adaptation of Bram Stocker's Dracula that stars Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and Goofy! Jonathan Ratker (Mickey Mouse) receives a warm invitation from the mysterious Dracula, welcoming him to his castle in Beetsylvania. His objective is to close a deal for his law firm, but he soon finds Dracula's reputation is not w Enter a world where vampires rise up from the shadows in this adaptation of Bram Stocker's Dracula that stars Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and Goofy! Jonathan Ratker (Mickey Mouse) receives a warm invitation from the mysterious Dracula, welcoming him to his castle in Beetsylvania. His objective is to close a deal for his law firm, but he soon finds Dracula's reputation is not without merit, and he is a prisoner in the castle! Ratker seeks refuge in writing letters to his love, Minnina, hoping to one day return to her. Meanwhile, Minnina's dear friend, Clara-Lucia, has fallen ill after an encounter with an unidentified creature. As her friend grows ever so pale, delirious, and begins spouting nonsense, Minnina seeks the aid of a doctor specializing in the supernatural, Goofy Van Helsing! What is happening to Clara-Lucia and was she chosen to befall ill? What Goofy Van Helsing discovers is more disturbing than anything they have ever seen . . . The supernatural is at play, and Jonathan Ratker must find a way to escape the castle and stop Dracula from going after who he loves most!


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Enter a world where vampires rise up from the shadows in this adaptation of Bram Stocker's Dracula that stars Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and Goofy! Jonathan Ratker (Mickey Mouse) receives a warm invitation from the mysterious Dracula, welcoming him to his castle in Beetsylvania. His objective is to close a deal for his law firm, but he soon finds Dracula's reputation is not w Enter a world where vampires rise up from the shadows in this adaptation of Bram Stocker's Dracula that stars Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and Goofy! Jonathan Ratker (Mickey Mouse) receives a warm invitation from the mysterious Dracula, welcoming him to his castle in Beetsylvania. His objective is to close a deal for his law firm, but he soon finds Dracula's reputation is not without merit, and he is a prisoner in the castle! Ratker seeks refuge in writing letters to his love, Minnina, hoping to one day return to her. Meanwhile, Minnina's dear friend, Clara-Lucia, has fallen ill after an encounter with an unidentified creature. As her friend grows ever so pale, delirious, and begins spouting nonsense, Minnina seeks the aid of a doctor specializing in the supernatural, Goofy Van Helsing! What is happening to Clara-Lucia and was she chosen to befall ill? What Goofy Van Helsing discovers is more disturbing than anything they have ever seen . . . The supernatural is at play, and Jonathan Ratker must find a way to escape the castle and stop Dracula from going after who he loves most!

30 review for Disney Dracula, Starring Mickey Mouse

  1. 4 out of 5

    ¸¸.•*¨*•♫ Mrs. Buttercup •*¨*•♫♪

    When I was a kid, I remember my mother reading Mickey Mouse comics to me (they were a huge deal in Italy at the time), so this style of graphic novel will always take me back to my childhood. Both the artstyle and the kind of humour are so iconic in these works that every time I read a new one it it reminds me of all the others I read (for example, I remember having a volume of the Odyssey starring Donald Duck). Heck, even the lettering is the same! These Disney retellings have the ability of ada When I was a kid, I remember my mother reading Mickey Mouse comics to me (they were a huge deal in Italy at the time), so this style of graphic novel will always take me back to my childhood. Both the artstyle and the kind of humour are so iconic in these works that every time I read a new one it it reminds me of all the others I read (for example, I remember having a volume of the Odyssey starring Donald Duck). Heck, even the lettering is the same! These Disney retellings have the ability of adapting the original story to their very peculiar style, while always, mysteriously, being able to remain extremely close to the original. Their artist are just the greatest! *edit: I just found out the artist is Italian. I thought so since some of the puns didn't work well in English! 😜

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tanabrus

    Letture rapide e divertenti per il periodo di Halloween: i volumi "a tema horror" di Topolino. Questo volume de "I Capolavori della Letteratura" ci propone un adattamento del Dracula di Bram Stoker e tre storie ispirate alle figure del conte Dracula, del Mostro della Palude e del Golem. Il piatto forte è chiaramente il Dracula di Bram Topker, che ripercorre abbastanza da vicino la storia trasformando il succhiasangue in una barbabietola vivente. I giochi di parole e le scene divertenti si sprecano Letture rapide e divertenti per il periodo di Halloween: i volumi "a tema horror" di Topolino. Questo volume de "I Capolavori della Letteratura" ci propone un adattamento del Dracula di Bram Stoker e tre storie ispirate alle figure del conte Dracula, del Mostro della Palude e del Golem. Il piatto forte è chiaramente il Dracula di Bram Topker, che ripercorre abbastanza da vicino la storia trasformando il succhiasangue in una barbabietola vivente. I giochi di parole e le scene divertenti si sprecano, e Pippo Van Helsing è una garanzia. Le "parodie" letterarie di Topolino sono sempre piacevolissime. A seguire, la storia più vecchia dell'albo, 1986, ispirata sempre dal conte rumeno. Si nota subito la differenza temporale tra le due storie, i disegni degli anni '80 e quelli di pochi anni fa sono parecchio differenti. La storia è classica, ispirata vagamente alla figura del Conte di cui comunque Paperino già conosceva il mito, ed è una piacevole lettura tipicamente Topoliniana. E poi le altre due storie, disegnate come in occasione del Dracula di Bram Topker dal bravo Celoni: Paperino e il mostro della palude, dove Paperino e Gastone si sfidano per vedere chi riuscirà a catturare per primo il temibile mostro della palude comparso vicino a Paperopoli; e Paperino e il risveglio del silente, una storia forse un po' più sottotono rispetto alle altre. Nel complesso una piacevolissima lettura, che fa sorridere (e ridere) e che soprattutto nella storia che dà il titolo all'albo fa apprezzare il lavoro fatto per adattare e trasformare il grande classico della letteratura horror rendendolo una storia di Topolino, e al contempo mantenendone tutti i punti salienti, compreso un omaggio iniziale allo stile epistolare della storia.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jon Nakapalau

    What an original concept! Loved this retelling with MM! Beautiful art!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nomnivor

    Das ist das lustigste Buch, das Disney jemals verbrochen hat.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Eliza

    bwhahahahahahaha. This book was a riot!! Fantastic and enjoyable.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Glen Farrelly

    I was pleasantly surprised by this. I am a huge fan of Dracula, so I was curious to see how Disney would do a kid-friendly adaptation with Mickey Mouse and friends. First, the artwork was amazing - suitable gothic while still comical. The story was a funny satire on the Dracula mythos that while G rated was also quite original. I have not read any other Mickey Mouse comics, but now I'm seriously tempted to. I was pleasantly surprised by this. I am a huge fan of Dracula, so I was curious to see how Disney would do a kid-friendly adaptation with Mickey Mouse and friends. First, the artwork was amazing - suitable gothic while still comical. The story was a funny satire on the Dracula mythos that while G rated was also quite original. I have not read any other Mickey Mouse comics, but now I'm seriously tempted to.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Federico Lucifredi

    A really entertaining parody. Top notch artwork and print, perhaps not all the jokes carry as well in translation but I still laughed a lot.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Like Disney Frankenstein, the Mickey Mouse Dracula adaptation has great art and a funny, kid-friendly twist to the monster. Instead of being a blood-sucker, this Dracula is all about beets. Which is almost as gross. I can't underline enough how cool the art. It's gorgeous, atmospheric, and gothic. It just happens to have Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy, too. Like Disney Frankenstein, the Mickey Mouse Dracula adaptation has great art and a funny, kid-friendly twist to the monster. Instead of being a blood-sucker, this Dracula is all about beets. Which is almost as gross. I can't underline enough how cool the art. It's gorgeous, atmospheric, and gothic. It just happens to have Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy, too.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Damien

    This was such a wonderfully charming adaptation of a classic tale, and the art style is beautiful.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Seth Tucker

    Cute Disneyfied take on Stoker’s classic. A fun introduction for younger readers to the infamous count.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dennis Lynch

    A silly adaptation where beets and beet juice substitute for blood. Many Disney characters fill the roles of Bram Stoker’s characters. Terrific artwork is lost on the small sized pages of this edition.

  12. 4 out of 5

    som ✰.

    الرسم جميل والقصة ممتعة نسسمسم + حبيت شخصية قوفي وايد ! توبي اونست كان دايماً المفضل + أظن اني بقراله سولو كومكس لو لقيت :)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sentieridineverossa

    Dracula di Bram Topker ★★★★ Paperino e l'avventura in Transilvania ★★ Paperino e il mostro della palude ★★★ Paperino e il risveglio del silente ★★★ Cercavo il volume con il solo Dracula incluso, ma quando te lo trovi dinanzi, con tre storie in più, al prezzo di 11,50€ che fai lo lasci lì? Quello che dà titolo alla raccolta è meraviglioso, disegnato benissimo e geniale (chi viene morso sviluppa un'ossessione per le barbabietole anziché per il sangue xD). Ne ho lette poche di parodie disneyane, ma ques Dracula di Bram Topker ★★★★ Paperino e l'avventura in Transilvania ★★ Paperino e il mostro della palude ★★★ Paperino e il risveglio del silente ★★★ Cercavo il volume con il solo Dracula incluso, ma quando te lo trovi dinanzi, con tre storie in più, al prezzo di 11,50€ che fai lo lasci lì? Quello che dà titolo alla raccolta è meraviglioso, disegnato benissimo e geniale (chi viene morso sviluppa un'ossessione per le barbabietole anziché per il sangue xD). Ne ho lette poche di parodie disneyane, ma questa al momento è volata in cima alla classifica delle preferite. Le altre non provano neppure a farti scorrere un leggerissimo brivido lungo la schiena, a cominciare dalla seconda, che si conclude troppo presto. La terza sprizza simpatia, viene salvata da Qui, Quo, Qua. Quel che fa più paura è la riconoscibilissima matita di Fabio Celoni degli anni '90. La quarta ed ultima è la meglio inquadrata delle storie ambientate a Paperopoli, anch'essa non è horror ma da includere forse nel genere spionaggio. Sa comunque intrattenere e divertire. In più di settant'anni di vita del settimanale non sono nati altrettanti mini racconti a tema, come nel caso dei Simpson e i loro special di Halloween? Non per forza disturbanti ma che si avvicinano al titolo proposto per il volume? Amo ed amerò sempre il mondo Disney, ma certe scelte per il mercato italiano fatico seriamente a comprenderle.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Simona Stefani

    Questo libro avrebbe potuto essere migliore solo se fosse stato accompagnato da una pizza gratuita o spalmato di cioccolato. Ma anche così è stato spassosissimo! Tra Pippo Van Helsing che parla con accento tetesco, ma non piace che si dica di lui tetesco perché olandese ma quando si innervosisce decanta versi in stile shakespeariano, Pietro Gambafield che colleziona lime ma non sa cosa farsene e il conte Dracula che è super vanitoso ma frustrato perché non si riflette negli specchi, ho passato q Questo libro avrebbe potuto essere migliore solo se fosse stato accompagnato da una pizza gratuita o spalmato di cioccolato. Ma anche così è stato spassosissimo! Tra Pippo Van Helsing che parla con accento tetesco, ma non piace che si dica di lui tetesco perché olandese ma quando si innervosisce decanta versi in stile shakespeariano, Pietro Gambafield che colleziona lime ma non sa cosa farsene e il conte Dracula che è super vanitoso ma frustrato perché non si riflette negli specchi, ho passato qualche ora di assoluta delizia. Aggiungiamoci anche che l'oggetto del desiderio sono le barbabietole (e c'è una vasta gamma di ortaggi soprannaturali), Dracula è il NOPIANTATU che viene dalla Transilbarbabietolania ma vuole trasferirsi a Londra nella contea di Cartadafax, ed abbiamo il quadro completo. A questa storia se ne aggiungono altre 3 sempre a tema "terrore" con protagonista Paperino. Belline anche quelle ma la vetta di Dracula è inarrivabile.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    It was adorable. Who knew Goofy could be a serious character. And there were a few adult jokes in it to. I liked it alot.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sha

    17 Nov 2020 1. I have a huge soft spot for the Disney comics retellings of various stories- they riff off established legends and history very well and there are always tons of puns. I first encountered the Scarlet Pimpernel as a Donald Duck version known as the Scarlet Pumpernickel and I haven't forgotten it to date. 2. So anyway- this retelling seems far more detailed and closer to the original story (taking into account my admittedly patchy relationship with the Dracula novel) than the ones I 17 Nov 2020 1. I have a huge soft spot for the Disney comics retellings of various stories- they riff off established legends and history very well and there are always tons of puns. I first encountered the Scarlet Pimpernel as a Donald Duck version known as the Scarlet Pumpernickel and I haven't forgotten it to date. 2. So anyway- this retelling seems far more detailed and closer to the original story (taking into account my admittedly patchy relationship with the Dracula novel) than the ones I can recall. I mean yes, the blood is replaced (rather hilariously) with beets. The Lucy-expy (Clarabelle) eventually (view spoiler)[turns into a beetroot (hide spoiler)] and that's so weird it's funny, rather than so weird it's just weird. 3. I think my favorite character is Renfield!Black Pete because every scene with him in it made me laugh, body counts notwithstanding. But you know- Disney comics so they were probably knocked out or something. Whatever. Pete was still excellent. 4. Not gonna lie, I now want Disney versions of every single classic novel I can think of. //stares pitifully at Disney bigwigs

  17. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Northam

    This comic is hilarious. Unfortunately, I think you need to know the original Bram Stoker version of Dracula to get all the ridiculous jokes, so maybe younger kids won’t understand the humor, but I laughed out loud a ton. I wasn’t expecting much from this comic, so the fact that it was funny and coherent and entertaining was a pleasant surprise! I want to see more of these classic retellings with the Disney characters—Pride and Prejudice, Wuthering Heights, Frankenstein, etc.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    Tried too hard to be clever and often fell flat. Disappointing.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Katrina

    Terrible...just terrible! I've only read a few from this latest version of the Disney comics and just really not impressed. I felt the ones done by boom kids were much more readable. I get that dark horse is a bigger label and I like a lot of their titles but this was so badly done I don't have any interest in more. Terrible...just terrible! I've only read a few from this latest version of the Disney comics and just really not impressed. I felt the ones done by boom kids were much more readable. I get that dark horse is a bigger label and I like a lot of their titles but this was so badly done I don't have any interest in more.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Monkey Feyerabend

    6.5/10 I have never been fond of the Italian Disney comics adaptations of classics. (There are been hundreds of them since the first appeared in 1948.) But the most recent are quite well crafted, and this one has the bombastic, sometimes breathtaking art of Fabio Celoni.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kenna

    Hahaha this was so fun! TBH, my fav dracula adaptation. Star off because it's disney, and disney is corrupt and bad to its publishers and all that. (I got this from a library cuz I don't wanna support them) Hahaha this was so fun! TBH, my fav dracula adaptation. Star off because it's disney, and disney is corrupt and bad to its publishers and all that. (I got this from a library cuz I don't wanna support them)

  22. 4 out of 5

    Hermioneginny

    E se Dracula e le sue sue vittime fossero ossessionati dalle... barbabietole? Pauraaaa!!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lizzie & Koala Skywalker

    I really enjoyed reading the story of Dracula with Disney characters. I liked how they used beets instead of blood. LOL! This was a funny and adventurous graphic novel. ~ Lizzie :)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ben

    The art is great, but the Disney version of the tale (puns and all) is only mildly amusing.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    Dracula di Bram Topker - 5 stars Paperino e l'Avventura in Transilvania - 3 stars Zio Paperone e la Cassapanca Transilvana - 3 stars Quacklight - Vampiri Fascinosi a Paperopoli - 5 stars Dracula di Bram Topker - 5 stars Paperino e l'Avventura in Transilvania - 3 stars Zio Paperone e la Cassapanca Transilvana - 3 stars Quacklight - Vampiri Fascinosi a Paperopoli - 5 stars

  26. 4 out of 5

    Grace

    Stelline in media: 4,25 Stelline a storia: Dracula di Bram Topker - 5 Paperino e l'Avventura in Transilvania - 4 Zio Paperone e la cassapanca transilvana - 3 Quacklight - Vampiri Fascinosi a Paperopoli - 5 Dracula e Quacklight sono le storie più divertenti che io abbia mai letto XDDD Dracula è pure disegnato da Dio, ma il trash consapevole che è Quacklight è una roba a parte! SPETTACOLO! Da Dracula di Bram Topker: Caro amico, benvenuto nei Torpazi: un luogo gioioso e ridente! La mia carrozza vi aspetta a Stelline in media: 4,25 Stelline a storia: Dracula di Bram Topker - 5 Paperino e l'Avventura in Transilvania - 4 Zio Paperone e la cassapanca transilvana - 3 Quacklight - Vampiri Fascinosi a Paperopoli - 5 Dracula e Quacklight sono le storie più divertenti che io abbia mai letto XDDD Dracula è pure disegnato da Dio, ma il trash consapevole che è Quacklight è una roba a parte! SPETTACOLO! Da Dracula di Bram Topker: Caro amico, benvenuto nei Torpazi: un luogo gioioso e ridente! La mia carrozza vi aspetta a Passo Torvo! Si metterà in viaggio durante la notte! C'è più fresco e il paesaggio e più allegro! Il vostro amico Dracula. [Clarabella a Minnie, parlando di Orazio] "Ricorda, mia cara! Gli uomini non sono davvero carini, se non sfoggiano bianchi sorrisi cavallini!" [Pippo a Minnie] "Brava! Chi ha orecchie grandi come tenda per intendere, evidentemente intende!" Da Quacklight: "Salve! Sono una comparsa che crea pericoli inutili con comportamenti irresponsabili!" Paperina/Bella a Paperone: Caro zietto, essendo sempre più confusa e sconcertata, vorrei parlarti per qualche ora dei miei problemi di giovane papera alle prese col primo amore e tutti gli scompensi del caso, come i brufoli, le scritte TVTB sullo zainetto e l'ascolto di musica orrenda! Posso quindi condividere con te le mie ansie adolescenziali? Paperone: No! Paperina: Ah! Paperino/Edward a Paperina/Bella: il mio volto risplende! Ora avrai capito chi sono! Paperina/Bella: Uao! Che crema idratante usi? Paperino/Edward: Paperette invece prevede il futuro grazie alle sue visioni! Paperetta/Alice: Esatto! Pero sono visioni in digitale terrestre! Le vedo a scatti e senza audio! Ma dal 10 luglio le visioni funzioneranno anche in questa regione!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dann

    Disney Dracula is an appalling bastardization of Bram Stoker’s classic. Mickey Mouse stars as Johnathan, a clerk who goes to Transylvania to help a count buy some property in London, but little does he know that the count is up to a nefarious scheme. Unfortunately Disney and Dracula are not a good fit, as blood sucking is turned into a craving for beets. And the Disney characters are incredibly misused; as Goofy and Clarabelle Cow are just too silly and comedic for the material. A bad idea from Disney Dracula is an appalling bastardization of Bram Stoker’s classic. Mickey Mouse stars as Johnathan, a clerk who goes to Transylvania to help a count buy some property in London, but little does he know that the count is up to a nefarious scheme. Unfortunately Disney and Dracula are not a good fit, as blood sucking is turned into a craving for beets. And the Disney characters are incredibly misused; as Goofy and Clarabelle Cow are just too silly and comedic for the material. A bad idea from start to finish, Disney Dracula sucks.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Artur Coelho

    O que destaca este Drácula na versão Disney é o traço fenomenal do ilustrador. O argumento, como era de esperar, não é uma fiel adaptação do clássico da literatura de horror, e não vem mal ao mundo por isso, estas versões da Disney são histórias bem humoradas para crianças. O que seduz é a ilustração. Diga-se que os desenhadores italianos que trabalham para a Disney se distinguem pela leveza e voluptuosidade do seu traço. Algo aqui muito evidente no trabalho gráfico de Fabio Celoni, que também a O que destaca este Drácula na versão Disney é o traço fenomenal do ilustrador. O argumento, como era de esperar, não é uma fiel adaptação do clássico da literatura de horror, e não vem mal ao mundo por isso, estas versões da Disney são histórias bem humoradas para crianças. O que seduz é a ilustração. Diga-se que os desenhadores italianos que trabalham para a Disney se distinguem pela leveza e voluptuosidade do seu traço. Algo aqui muito evidente no trabalho gráfico de Fabio Celoni, que também assina como autor e ilustrador algumas histórias de Dylan Dog.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Cherie

  30. 5 out of 5

    Fren

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