IT IS A truth universally acknowledged, that a novel beloved by generations of readers may yet be improved by the addition of legendary monsters. The prolific and versatile Mr. Irving Vanderblock-Wheedle continues his series of adaptations of classic novels altered to fit the taste of a generation of readers who grew up convinced by their English professors that comic books are the apex of literary accomplishment. Already available:

Wuthering Heights and Werewolves

Great Expectations and Gorgons

Pamela and Pixies

Ulysses and Unicorns

Tom Jones and Chupacabras

Moby Dick and Leprechauns

Now in preparation:

Dracula and Vampires


  1. Wilbur says:

    I can readily see how the indefatigable Mr. Irving Vanderblock-Wheedle plans to incorporate unicorns into Ulysses (obviously that is Charybdis) but I’m rather at a loss to understand how he plans to sneak vampires into Dracula without the amendments being completely obvious to even the dullest clod.

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