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Comic Book: Tomb of Dracula

What This Book is About:
Volume 1 of Marvel Comics' version of Count Dracula, the vampire man fictional character created by Bram Stoker in the 19th century. One of the first horror books that came out from the House of Ideas after the Comics Code Authority (CCA) lightened regulations of what stories were allowed in comics.

Data Sheet:
Dates
Apr 1972 to Aug 1979
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Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.


Comics Index

Total Indexed Comics: 15

Comics sorted by date. Oldest shown first. Up to 25 comics per page. Page navigator at the bottom of the page.

Tomb of Dracula #1
5 stars

Tomb of Dracula #1

April 1972
"Dracula"
Script: Gerry Conway
On a rainy night in Transylvania, Frank Drake, his girlfriend Jean, and their friend Clifton Graves drive a hilly road to a castle that was owned by Count Dracula himself. But an accident prevents them from reaching their destination. [...]
Tomb of Dracula #2
4 stars

Tomb of Dracula #2

May 1972
"The Fear Within!"
Script: Gerry Conway
Frank Drake, with a companion named Gort, returns to the burned-out husk of Castle Dracula. There Frank finds Dracula’s tomb and also Clifton Graves, his pal who was thrown alive into a pit by the Count. [...]
Tomb of Dracula #3
4.5 stars

Tomb of Dracula #3

July 1972
"Who Stalks the Vampire?"
Script: Archie Goodwin
Bitterly depressed late one night, Frank Drake plans to leap off a bridge and end it all; he is rescued by the huge Taj Nital and Frank meets his friend Rachel van Helsing, whose great-grandfather killed Count Dracula. [...]
Tomb of Dracula #4
4.5 stars

Tomb of Dracula #4

September 1972
"Through a Mirror Darkly!"
Script: Archie Goodwin
Aging faded beauty Ilsa Strangway invites Count Dracula into her home. She keeps Dracula at bay with a cross as she explains that she bought his castle from Frank Drake in hopes of meeting the legendary Count. [...]
Tomb of Dracula #5
4 stars

Tomb of Dracula #5

November 1972
"Death to a Vampire-Slayer!"
Script: Gardner F. Fox
Passing through the Black Mirror, Dracula and Taj Nital arrive in a shadow dimension inhabited by demonic monsters; Dracula fights them off while keeping Taj safe as his food supply. [...]
Tomb of Dracula #6
4 stars

Tomb of Dracula #6

January 1973
"The Moorlands Monster!"
Script: Gardner F. Fox
Dracula and Lenore escape through the Black Mirror into a ruined chapel on the English moors but they don’t notice that they have been observed by a shaggy deformed monster. [...]
Tomb of Dracula #7
4.5 stars

Tomb of Dracula #7

March 1973
"Night of the Death Stalkers!"
Script: Marv Wolfman
Dracula calls down a snowstorm on London as a prelude for his hunting one dark night. He summons rats to drive a young woman into his waiting arms but her crucifix drives him away. He leaves her to the rats but her father, an old man in a wheelchair, and his dog drive them off. [...]
Tomb of Dracula #8
4 stars

Tomb of Dracula #8

May 1973
"The Hell-Crawlers"
Script: Marv Wolfman
Dracula, having been hit by a poisoned dart fired by Quincy Harker, resists Clifton Graves’ offer of help, telling him to see to their “guests’” demise. Dracula then flies off to the Continent to crash through the window of Dr. Heinrich Mortte who sends his patients away…. [...]
Tomb of Dracula #9
3.5 stars

Tomb of Dracula #9

June 1973
"Death from the Sea!"
Script: Marv Wolfman
In the village of Littlepool, a fisherman hooks the corpse of a well-dressed man; villagers help carry the body to the back room of the local church until authorities can be notified the next day. [...]
Tomb of Dracula #10
0 stars

Tomb of Dracula #10

July 1973
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Tomb of Dracula #11
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Tomb of Dracula #11

August 1973
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Tomb of Dracula #12
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Tomb of Dracula #12

September 1973
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Tomb of Dracula #13
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Tomb of Dracula #13

October 1973
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Tomb of Dracula #14
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Tomb of Dracula #14

November 1973
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Tomb of Dracula #15
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Tomb of Dracula #15

December 1973
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