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1962 Serie

Publisher: Dell
Publication Dates: October-November 1962 – July 1973
Number of Issues Published: 7 (#1 – #8)
Color: Color
Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series

Issue #1 is a horror comic. Later issues are super-hero fare. No issue #5.

Giant-Size Chillers 1974 Series

Publisher: Marvel
Publication Date: June 1974
Number of Issues Published: 1
Color: color
Dimensions: Standard Modern Age U.S.
Paper Stock: Glossy cover; Newsprint interior
Binding: squarebound
Publishing Format: was ongoing series
Publication Type: magazine

Numbering continues with Giant-Size Dracula (Marvel, 1974 series) #2

Giant-Size 1974 Series

Publisher: Marvel
Publication Dates: September 1974 – June 1975
Number of Issues Published: 4 (#2 – #5)
Color: color
Dimensions: Standard Modern Age U.S.
Paper Stock: Glossy cover; Newsprint interior
Binding: squarebound
Publishing Format: was ongoing series
Publication Type: magazine

Numbering continues from Giant-Size Chillers Featuring Curse of Dracula (Marvel, 1974 series) #1

Tomb Of Dracula 1972 Series

Publisher: Marvel
Publication Dates: April 1972 – August 1979
Number of Issues Published: 70 (#1 – #70)
Color: color
Dimensions: standard Modern Age US
Paper Stock: glossy cover; newsprint interior
Binding: saddle-stitched; #70 squarebound
Publishing Format: was ongoing series

Blood of Dracula

Publisher: Apple Press
Publication Dates: November 1987 – March 1991
Number of Issues Published: 19 (#1 – #19)
Color: Color cover; Black and White interior
Dimensions: Standard Modern Age U. S.
Paper Stock: Newsprint
Binding: Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Publication Type: magazine

Information thanks to the Grand Comics Database

Though not the first vampire in fiction, Dracula was the most successful. Appearing in the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker in 1895 the book has not been out of print since then.

While already famous via the novel, plays and several movies, a character called Dracula would not make it into a comic book until 1951 in Marvel’s Suspense. This was not the famous Marvel version of Dracula that would star in his own comic in the 1970’s but a one shot in one of Marvel’s many horror comics at the time.

After the Comics Code Authority came about he once again became scarce but reappeared with the weakening of the code in the 1970’s. The fact that Stoker’s novel is now in the public domain, and the fertile ground for exploration that is the vampire myth, assures that the King of the Vampires will not be going away any time soon.

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UPDATE 05-09-2019

Lord of the Undead v1 1-3



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UPDATE 24-09-2018

Book 1

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UPDATE 22-04-2018

Tomb of Dracula 54,59,66



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UPDATE 07-04-2017

Dracula Lives 1-6

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Dracula Lives 7-13, Annual 1

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Terrors of Dracula v1 5, v2 2,3 v3 1,2

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Tomb of Dracula 55-58, 62-65,67-70

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Tomb of Dracula Magazine 1-6

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UPDATE 02-11-2016

Blood of Dracula 1-3,5-10

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Blood of Dracula 11-13,15-18

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Book 1, Picture Classics 1981, Terrors of Dracula v1 3, v2 1

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1-4,6-8, Giant Size 2-5, Giant Size Chillers 1

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Tomb of Dracula 1-14

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Tomb of Dracula 15-25

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Tomb of Dracula 26-37

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Tomb of Dracula 38-47

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Tomb of Dracula 48-53,60,61

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One response »

  1. CB says:

    find the rest of blood of dracula and well be solid that said thanks for having it

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