Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Black and White Wednesday: "That Dracula May Live Again!" by Wolfman and Adams

Pullin' out the big guns today, Groove-ophiles! In Dracula Lives! #2 (April 1973) Marv Wolfman and Neal Adams (with "spiritual advising" by Archie Goodwin) turned the awesome origin of Dracula loose on fandom! I love the line in the contents page that calls "That Dracula May Live Again!", "The tale that Bram Stoker forgot--but Marvel didn't!" Leave it to Mighty Marvel to do what everyone else talked about doing--to show how the "real Dracula" (Vlad the Impaler) became the literary vampire Count Dracula. This is Wolfman and Adams in top form, baby! Are ya ready...?


  1. Bah! Typical anti-Dracula propaganda! But what more can be expected from a Wolfman? Just kidding! Nice story actually, although I have to ask, since I hardly read any Tomb of Dracula back in the day, was anything ever done with Dracula's orphaned son who was apparently raised by Gypsies?

  2. Thank you,Mr Groove,for sharing!
    Mr Adams sure had talent!
    /Mr Anonymous

  3. Far out Groove! Always wanted to read this one! Keep 'em coming!

    - Mike from Trinidad & Tobago.



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