I was reading the back of the DVD case of the copy of the 1988 (I believe it was) vampire movie The Lost Boys that I had bought. It said that the movie had a novel adaptation (unless the movie was adapted from the novel, like the case was with I am Legend, AKA Omega Man in the 70s, AKA The Last Man on Earth in the 60s). I never knew about that. Although whether it beats even Twilight, that I don't know. All I know is that this movie beats the Twilight movies anytime! If you don't believe me, then go rent a copy at your local video rental store or check out a copy at your local public library. Or you can purchase a copy for only five bucks if you look for it at Walmart or Target (where I got mine).
And today at a comic book store in Davis I bought the first issue of a 4 issue series of Marvel Comics' adaptation of Dracula. I haven't actually read the comic book yet, but I've read the novel at least twice and according to the illustrations it looks like it stays true to the original story. Now are their any interpretive twists in the storyline? (In which every adaptation needs at least to a very small extent because if they didn't have that what's the purpose of adapting the story? Although in comic books and graphic novels the illustrations themselves do a big portion of this.) I'll let you know when I get done reading this mini series which has been collected from portions of a magazine from back in the '70s called Dracula Lives! which was also published by Marvel.