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In this two-parter from Pep #18 and #19 (Aug-Sept 1941; public domain), our villain learns to change up her strategy a bit from merely seducing men and trying to give them the death-kiss. Does it work? Let's find out!

She's an unholy creature, I tell you! )
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Oh, ok, not vampires then!

A Not-Vampire Post with Atomic Robo and Narbonic )

Three pages from Atomic Robo Revenge of the Vampire Dimension #1, one animation from Shaenon K. Garrity/Narbonic/Bite Me
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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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So...imagine the French Revolution peppered with the world's least competent vampires.


Free the masses! )

The whole story can be read here.


Suggested tags: medium: webcomic, genre: humor
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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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How cute is that Wally Wood art? With just a tweak and a nudge, he could swing from humor to science fiction to horror, and yet still have that instantly recognizable Woodness. This sample is from MAD# 3, February 1953. I love the trail of footsteps click-clicking behind Godiva like footprints. Can you tell Wood worked with Will Eisner on THE SPIRIT? This might be better if they had played up the dialect more; maybe you can't tell from the way the characters are talking but this is supposed to be in England. (Script is by Harvey Kurtzman, natch.)




creator: harvey kurtzman, creator: wally wood
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70's Blade says...



...and yes 70's Blade did attend swinger parties (cause' it was London in the 70's)

Read more... )
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This was a Lilith post I wanted to put up for Horror week but My scanner went down. Then the issue got buried under leather and I found it again this morning.

It's just never a good idea to knock up Dracula's daughter!



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