Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Black and White Wednesday: "A Poison of the Blood" by Conway, Colan, and Palmer

Hooooooow's it shakin', Groove-ophiles! Today we're gonna haunt the city streets of the 1970s with The Prince of Darkness, himself! No, baby, Ol' Groove's not rappin' 'bout Love at First Bite(sheesh!)! Talkin' 'bout Marvel's Dracula Lives! #1 (February 1973)! Here's a classic shocker by the terrifying team of Gerry Conway, Gene Colan, and Tom Palmer..."A Poison of the Blood!"













2 comments:

  1. Gene Colan was a master, nobody could capture Dracula the way he did. Tomb Of Dracula and later Night Force were his masterpieces.

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  2. And Tom Palmer always brought out the best in Gene.

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