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Since issue #6, the main character in the story has been trying to survive the lethal posturing of a resurrected Dracula and the corporate raider uncle of his that has also become a vampire lord (and members of the corporation and family into his minions. As the end game approaches, the key to solving Dracula's power source (the bargain that turned mortal into undead) the key to defeating all of the undead that are after our mage.

We now find out WHAT that infernal bargain was.

Sea creature. )
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The deathmatch wheel has been spun and someone was bored, I mean bold enough to make a comic out of it.
Comic Book Resources has the article announcing Hulk vs. Dracula.

Oh yeah, SPOILERS!!!

Thumping the blood pump )
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Throughout DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS (by Kurt Busiek, Daryl Gregory, and Scott Godlewski), there have been three power players. There's Conrad Barrington, CEO-turned-vampire who wants to usurp Dracula as king of vampires; there's Dracula himself, who's staging a takeover of Conrad's company in retaliation; and there's Marta Stefanescu and her family, the greatest vampire hunters in all of Romania (which, according to the series, is like being the greatest sumo in all of Japan.)

Our protagonist, Evan Barrington-Cabot, has been pulled in three directions throughout the series, each side wanting him for its own. He's remained indecisive, unsure of where to stand all this time. That is, until the latest issue, where events finally push him to make his choice. Or does he?

Four pages each from issues 7 and 8... )
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CosmicBookResources with the preview as the fallout from last issue begins to build and our protagonist must choose sides.

One simple but imposing pic behind the cut.

Why couldn't it be Heath Ledger Joker in a nurses outfit? )
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Four pages from DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS 5. Last issue, Dracula broke free from his corporate masters at Barrington Industries. He got a third of his body blown off by C4 in the process, but hey, he's free. Out in the world once more, what's next for the Impaler Prince?

Read more... )
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Just in time for Halloween if not for the fact that it's three days after, here's a little under four pages from Dracula: The Company of Monsters #3. Writing by Kurt Busiek and Gregory Daryl, art by Damian Couceiro.

Now with spotted blacks. )
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This week saw the release of issue 2 of Dracula: The Company of Monsters, Boom! Studios' new ongoing about corporate bloodsuckers versus literal ones. Story by Kurt Busiek and Daryl Gregory, art by Scott Godlewski.

Prince of Darkness, sir. He's your eleven o'clock. )
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DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS is a new ongoing series by Kurt Busiek, Daryl Gregory, and Scott Godlewski. The premise is basically Dracula vs. Big Business. Issue #1 came out this week.

Four pages... )
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This is both an excuse to test out my new scanner and to put in some scans of a comic that no one else seems to have picked up this week save for me - Bram Stoker's Death Ship #1. This four part mini-series follows the adventures of the doomed freighter known as The Demeter, which is the ship that brought Count Dracula from the east to England and eventually Carfax.

Does it really count as a spoiler if the source material is over a hundred years old? Just in case I'll let you guess what the eventual end of this tale will be considering it's a ship full of schmucks out on the ocean trapped with everyone's favourite Lord of the Undead.

Under the cut are four scans highlighting the captain of the ship and how sometimes optimism and meaning well gets everyone you know turned into a cruise ship buffet.

The comic is aptly named... )
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Inspired by a couple of recent postings, I thought it was time we saw the Glorious History of Starsmores vs Vampires.

Apocalypse vs Dracula #1: 5 pages
Apocalypse vs Dracula #2: 6 1/4 pages
Apocalypse vs Dracula #3: 5 3/4 pages
Apocalypse vs Dracula #4: 7 pages

suggested tags: creator: frank tieri, creator: clayton henry, char: jack starsmore, char: fredrick slade, char: hamilton slade, char: apocalypse/en sabar nur, char: ozymandias, character: dracula, publisher: marvel

Read more... )
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Back in the 1998 Generation X Annual, the Gen X kids came into conflict with the granddaddy of all vampires - Dracula. (Possibly because Dracula was pissed at Chamber for being a descendant of his old enemy, Apocalypse, but that's another story entirely.) Anyway, they didn't fare great - Chamber was plagued by nightmarish visions, Paige gets stalked in her underwear (just so you know it really is a Dracula story, presumably) and Jubilee, well, it wasn't her finest hour...

This might possibly prove to be relevant.

12 pages of 39 under the cut. )
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Story behind the cut. )

suggested tags: char: buffy summers, title: buffy the vampire slayer,char: dracula, char: xander harris, creator: drew goddard, publisher: dark horse


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