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English-Language Vampire Comics, 1935-2000 - A list and a catalogue of the holdings of CESPOC Library

A lifetime achievement. Robert Eighteen-Bisang and J. Gordon Melton first conceived the idea of a comprehensive list of English-language comics featuring vampires in the 1980s, and prepared a first draft of several thousand titles. Massimo Introvigne joined their efforts in 1995. Introvigne and Melton have devoted countless hours of work, including research at comic conventions, antiquarian and specialized stores, and on the Internet for thirteen years. Although their main interests lie in other fields, they regard this work as a professional scholarly achievement (much more than a mere hobby). Starting from the first comic featuring a vampire – a story by Jerry Siegel (1914-1996) and Joe Shuster (1914-1992,) the creators of Superman, featuring their lesser known character Dr. Occult and published in New Fun Comics in 1935 – and going on to the end of the year 2000, the list includes more than 11,000 entries and documents the continuous fascination with the vampire theme in comic art, a facet of the lure of the vampire which is in turn inseparable from late modernity’s ideas about life, happiness, and immortality.

“Vampire comics.” In this list, “vampire comics” are not only those whose main theme is a vampire story, such as The Tomb of Dracula, or where a vampire is the main character, such as Vampirella. We tried to document every single appearance of a vampire, be it a mere cameo in a comic book which has nothing to do with vampires, or an appearance on the cover only. By “vampire” we mean a character, more often tha not undead (or at least potentially immortal,) who sucks blood and, in some case, energy (psychic vampire.) It should be a personal being (after some doubts, we did exclude the saga of Elric of Melniboné, where the “vampire” is a sword.) We did include dubious cases, if the word “vampire” is used by the authors. But we excluded vampire-like zombies, demons and ghouls (a ghoul is not a vampire,) and gothic “vamps” (with regret, we finally excluded comics about The Addams Family, since we did not find real vampires there.) Of course, the whole idea of a “psychic vampire” is debated, and there is a grey area where opinions may differ.

About this list. The indication ** in the list is no longer meaningful. It indicated the comics which were part in 2012 of the collections of CESPOC, the Center for Studies on Popular Culture, or of Dr Massimo Introvigne. Several comics have been sold or donated after that date and are no longer in these collections.

Why the list is not perfect. The list is a co-operative enterprise. Several people worked on it for more than twenty years.We finally decided to publish it without further delay, even if it is certainly not complete (we discover two or three new titles each month, and as far as British juvenile comics or Australian comics are concerned we are sure we miss several titles,) and the style of the entries (prepared by different people over the years) may not be perfectly uniform. A paperback may be indicated either as tp. or tpb.; the presence of a main character either as c. (for character) or w. (for with,) and so on. But we believe the list to be understandable.

A note to comic art scholars and collectors. Since we do know that the list is not perfect, comments are welcome. Please write to the librarian at CESNUR, Mr. Luca Ciotta (who did an invaluable work in the latest stage of preparing the list for publication) at cesnur_to@virgilio.it.

A note to dealers. Dealers who think they have identified comics featuring a vampire not included in the list are welcome to contact us, but please send scans of the relevant pages so that we may determine whether it is really a “vampire” according to our standards. Several dealers offered invaluable help during the years. Among many, special thanks to Doug Sulipa of Comic World in Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada, and to the staff at Metro Entertainment in Santa Barbara, California.  

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A1. Atomeka Press [U.K.] b&w. Fantasy anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (May 1989.) "Festus: Dawn of the Dead" by Alan Moore & Steve Parkhouse. 5p. v Mr. Zlüdotny of "The Bojeffries Saga."  [rpt. in Bojeffries Terror Tome #1 (2005.)]

** no. 2 (n.d. [1989.]) "Sex with Ginda Bojeffries." 8p. Cover: Brian Bolland & John Bolton (flip cover.)

** no. 3 (n.d. [1990.]) "A Quiet Christmas with the Family." 8p. v Mr. Zlüdotny. Cover: Brian Bolland.

** no. 4 (n.d. [1990.]) "Song of the Terraces." 6p. v Mr. Zlüdotny [rpt. in Bojeffries Terror Tome #1 (2005.)]. Cover: Moebius.

Series reprinted as tpb.: The Complete Bojeffries Saga (1992.)

A1 Special: Book 1: Volume 1. See: The A1 True Life Bikini Confidential.

The A1 True Life Bikini Confidential. London: Atomeka Press, 1990. tpb. b&w. Satire anth. Adult.

** (1990.) [A1 Special: Book 1: Volume 1.] a. "Mr. Monster's Most Wanted" by Michael T. Gilbert. 8p. v Miss Billie Batson (cameo.) b. "Our Factory Fortnight" by Alan Moore & Steve Parkhouse. v Ginda Bojeffries. 6p. Cover by Adam Hughes, Michael T. Gilbert & Garry Leach. Back cover by Brian Bolland.

Aargh! Mad Love [U.K.] b&w. mag.

** no.1 (Oct. 1988.) “Dom Zombi, Unded [sic]” by Dominic Regan. 1p. v Dom Zombi.

Note: Aargh! (or Artists Against Rampant Government Homophobia) was a fundraising one-shot magazine published in the United Kingdom in support of Lesbians and Gay Action. The copies sold at the first signing (at London’s Forbidden Planet on October 15, 1988) included a commemorative poster signed by Alan Moore, Jamie Delano, Kevin O’Neil & Neil Gaiman.

Absolute Vertigo. DC.

___ (Win. 1995.) Preview of “The Preacher.” 4p. v Cassidy.

ACG’s Halloween Horror. Avalon Communications.

** no. 1 (1998.) a. "Bridal Night" by Wood. 7p. v Count Wolfgang von Roehmer, Helena Ayres [Ghost Manor #57 (1981.)] b. "The Flapping Head." 8p. v Unnamed [Forbidden Worlds #6(1952.)] Cover: Paul Horn.

Acme Comics. Fantasian Productions. b&w. anth.

** vol. 1, no. 4 (Win. 1984.) “I Love the Night” by Donald Roeseri, George Doro & Kirk Bath. 4p. v Unnamed.

Action Comics. DC.

**    no. 340 (Aug. 1966.) "Power of the Parasite!" by Jim Shooter & Al Plastino. 14p. v The Parasite [rpt. in The Best of   DC # 10 (1981); The Best of   DC #32 (1983.)]

** no. 361 (Mar. 1968.) "The Power of the Parasite". Uncredited. 13p. v The Parasite.

** no. 389 (June 1970.) "The Superman Legend: Rogues' Gallery!" 2p. v. Parasite.

** no. 399 (Apr. 1971.) "Superman, You're Dead. . . Dead… Dead!" by Leo Dorfman (Script), Curt Swan. 15p. v. unnamed. [Rpt. in Superman from the Thirties to the Eighties (1983.)]

** no. 502 (Dec. 1979.) “Fall and Rise of the Star-Child!” by Cary Bates & Curt Swan. 17p. v The Galactic Golem (a space parasite sucking energy.)

** no. 555 (May 1984.) "Reunion!" by Paul Kupperberg & Curt Swan. 23p. v The Parasite.

** no. 555a Canadian edition (price indicated as 95c rather than 75c.)

** no. 577 (Mar. 1986.) "Caitiff: First of the Vampires!" by Keith Giffen, Robert Loren Fleming & Keith Giffen et al. 24p. v Caitiff. c. Superman.

___ no. 577a Canadian edition (price indicated as 95 cents only.)

** no. 578 (Apr. 1986.) "The Most Popular Man in Metropolis!" by Craig Boldman & Kurt Schaffenberger. 24p. v The Parasite.

** no. 578a Canadian edition (price indicated as 95 cents only.)

** no. 595 (Dec. 1987.) "The Ghost of Superman" by John Byrne & Keith Williams. 22p. v Silver Banshee (aka Siobhan McDougal), a vampire that by drawing on your fears, sucks the life out of you. First appearance.

** no. 595a Canadian editon (price indicated as $ 1.00 only.)

** no. 600 (May 1988.) Part 1 (of 2.) "The Dark Where Madness Lies" by John Byrne & Mike Mignola. 8p. v Man-Bat. c. Superman. Cont. in Superman #19 (1988.)

** no. 600a Canadian edition (price indicated as $ 3.50 only rather than $ 2.50.)

** no. 662 (Feb. 1991.) Part 6 "Secrets in the Night" by Roger Stern & Bob McLeod. 21p. v Silver Banshee.

** no. 704 (Nov. 1994.) “Eradication Day!” 22p. v. Looker.

** no. 715 (Nov. 1995.) “Doc Parasite!” by David Michelinie & Gil Kane and Denis Rodier. 22p. v Parasite.

** no. 736 (Aug. 1997.) "Without and Within" by David Michelinie & Tom Grummett. 22p. v Parasite.

** no. 759 (Nov. 1999.) Part 3, Who is Strange Visitor? "Where?" by Randall Frenz & Ron Frenz. 22p. v Parasite.

Action Comics Annual. DC.

** no. 1 (1987.) "Skeeter!" by John Byrne & Art Adams et al. 39p. v Elly Mae Skaggs (a.k.a. "Skeeter.”) c. Batman, Superman. Cover: Arthur Adams & Dick Giordano.

** no. 1a Canadian edition (price indicated as $ 1.75 rather than $ 1.25.)

Action Planet Comics. Action Planet. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 Philly Ashcan edition (1995.) "Wrathbone and Bitchula" by John Heebink. 4p. v Bitchula.

** no. 1 (1996.) Part 1. "Scent of a Woman" by John Heebink. 6p. v Bitchula. c. Wrathbone. Cover: Mike Manley

** no. 2 (1996.) Part 2. "Scent of a Woman" by John Heebink. 6p. v Bitchula. c. Wrathbone. Cover: Mike Manley.

** no. 3 (1997.) Part 3. "Scent of a Woman" by John Heebink. 6p. Cover: Mike Manley.

Adventurer: The Superior Fantasy & Science Fiction Games Magazine. Mersey Leisure Publishing [U.K.] mag. b&w.

** no. 5 (Dec. 1986) [all-vampire issue.] “D3” 1p. v Unnamed.

Adventures in the DC Universe. DC.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1997.) "Now You See 'Em. . ." by Steve Vance & John Delaney. 22p. v. Parasite.

Adventures into Darkness. Standard Comics. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 9 (Apr. 1953.) "Nothing Can Save Her" 5p. v Vera [rpt. in Tales Too Terrible to Tell #8 (1993.)]

Adventures into Terror. Marvel/Atlas. Pre-code horror anth. Formerly titled: Joker Comics.

** no. 4 (June 1951.) "Vampire Brats” by Allen Bellman 4p. v various [rpt. in Crypt of Shadows #11 (1974.)] Cover says: "Spawn of the Vampire!"

** no. 6 (Oct. 1951.) "You Can't Escape." 5p. v Unnamed. Satire [rpt. in Giant-Size Dracula #4 (1975.)]

** no. 10 (June 1952.) "When the Vampire Calls!" by Joe Maneely. 6p. v Unnamed (brother of the main character, Lyra.)

** no. 18 (Apr. 1953.) "Vampire by Night" by Stan Lee. 4p. v Baron Von Dracula.

** no. 19 (May 1953.) “Dead of Night.” Text. 2p. v Morescu.

** no. 21 (July 1953.) “The Lady is a Vampire.” Illustrated Text. 2p. v Katherine.

** no. 28 (Feb. 1954.) “Insane.” 5p. v Unnamed, Phil Jones (the latter, unjusty accused of being the vampire, ends up acting as one.)

** no. 29 (Mar. 1954.) “The Vampire-Man.” 5p. v various undead vampires and Tom Malverne, aka Jack the Ripper, a candidate to unlife who fails the test to become a vampire and is killed by the undead. Vampire cover.

** no. 30 (Apr. 1954.) "They Fly by Night." 5p. v various.

Adventures into the Unknown. ACG. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 3 (Feb/Mar 1949.) “The Vampire Prowls” by Anon. & Leonard Starr. 9p. v Marvin Sanders.

** no. 6 (Aug/Sept 1949.) “Bat by Night” by Robert Brice. 10p. v Baroness Jeanne Calleau [rpt. in Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 2, no. 4 (1971.)]

** no. 10 (Apr./May 1950.) “Vampire’s Castle.” 8p. v Dr. Manusala [rpt. in Western Adventure n.n. (1950;) Thrills Comics #1 (1951;) Shock vol. 1, no. 8 (1970.)]

** no. 12 (Aug/Sep 1950.) “The Vampire Vision” by Anon. & Ken Bald. 10 p. v Zara, Ravpemi.

** no. 13 (Oct/Nov 1950.) “The Vampire Swoops” by Anon. & Leonard Starr. 10 p. v Charron and his minions.

** no. 16 (Feb. 1951.) a. “Vampire’s Cloak.” Text. 1p. v Roger Banning. b. “Vigil among the Vampires.” 9p. v Sangra and others [rpt. in Shock vol. 3, no. 1 (1971.)]

** no. 19 (May 1951.) “The Vampire’s Bane.” 8p. v various, led by Volara, a vampiress [rpt. in Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 2, no. 4 (1971.)]

** no. 20 (June 1951.) “The Vampire’s Victim.” 9p. v various

** no. 21 (July 1951.) Cover. No vampire content.

** no. 22 (Aug.1951.) “Vampire Valley” by Anon. & Jerry Grandenetti. 10p. v vampire bats let loose by Communist spies in the American West, defeated by patriotic American cowboys and Old West ghosts.

** no. 23 (Sep. 1951.) Cover. No vampire content.

** no. 24 (Oct. 1951.) “Wings of Horror.” 8p. v Bob Cowan.

** no. 25 (Nov. 1951.) "Assault from the Unknown." 9p. v various bat-like creatures [rpt. in Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 2, no. 4 (1971.)]

** no. 27 (Jan. 1952.) Cover. No vampire content.

** no. 28 (Feb. 1952.) “The Vampire’s Prey.” 8 p. v Sangrini [rpt. in Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 2, no. 2 (1971.)]

** no. 29 (March 1952.) "Invasion of the Ghost Monsters.” 9p. v Dracula.

** no. 30 (Apr. 1952.) “The Haunt of the Hyena.” 8p. v The Hyena (a vampire-like creature who survives by “absorbing” the dead.)

** no. 31 (May 1952.) Cover. No vampire content.

** no. 32 (June 1952.) a. “The Haunt of Evil.” 8p. v Baron Gorcheck. b. “Vampire’s Nemesis.” Text. 1p. v Henry Brown.

** no. 37 (Nov. 1952.) “The Vampire’s Bones” by Anon. & Pete Riss. 7p. v Unnamed [rpt. b&w. in Shock vol. 2, no. 6 (1971.)] Cover by Ken Bald.

** no. 39 (Jan. 1953.) “The Hungry Horde” by Anon. & John Blummer. 7p. v various, led by their Unnamed “Master” [rpt. b&w. in Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 1, no. 3 (1969.)] Cover by Ken Bald.

** no. 45 (July 1953.) "Death on the Wing!" 7p. v various, led by Kelkor.

** no. 48 (Oct. 1953.) “The Garden of Horror.” 6p. v Plant described as “a vampire plant” (it hypnotizes and drains victims.)

** no. 50 (Dec. 1953.) “Vampire Spider.” 8p. v Karl Grutz (a mad scientist changing himself into a vampire spider.)

** no. 52 (Feb. 1954.) “The Year of the Bat” by Harry Lazarus. 8p. 3-D. v The Bat.

** no. 53 (Mar. 1954.)“The Wolpire” by Harry Lazarus. 8p. v the Wolpire (“both werewolf and vampire.”)

** no. 54 (Apr. 1954.) “True Vampires of History” by Anon. & Bob Forgione. 1p. Cover by Harry Lazarus.

** no. 58 (Aug. 1954.) “The Dreaded Trait.” Text. 1p. v Gregor Samsanzi.

** no. 59 (Sep.-Oct. 1954.) “The Family Tree of Samuel Doz.” 4p. v Samuel Doz and his ancestors of the Doz family.

Note: a. Adventures into the Unknown! was the first continuous horror comic. b. Last Pre-code issue: No. 61 (Jan/.Feb. 1955.) c. Cont. to no. 174 (Aug. 1967.) d. No’s 62-174 contain a few stories with vampire-like monsters (not technically vampires, however) that escaped the dictates of the Code.

Adventures into the Unknown! A + Comics, Canada. b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (1990.) "The Strange Mr. Milque" by R. I. (Nick Cuti?) & T. Sutton. 6p. v Quentin Milque and Jenny Lindstrom. Cover: Frank Frazetta [Midnight Tales vol. 3, no. 10 (1974.)]

Adventures into the Unknown! Halloween Special. A + Comics, Canada. b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (1991) a. “Blood Oath” by George Wildman & Zeck. 9p. v Lord Duboff [Monster Hunters (Charlton) #7 (1976.)] b. "Bridal Night" by Wood. 7p. v Count Wolfgang von Roehmer, Helena Ayres [Ghost Manor #57 (1981.)] c. "The Flapping Head." 8p. v Unnamed [Forbidden Worlds #6(1952.)]

Adventures into Weird Worlds. Marvel/Atlas. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 4 (n.d. [Mar. 1952.]) "The Village Graveyard" by Russ Heath. 6p. v various [rpt. in Giant-Size Chillers #1(1974.)]

** no. 5 (Apr. 1952) “Where?”. 4p. v The Vampire of Rakusc [rpt. in Monsters on the Prowl # 26 (1973.)]

** no. 7 (June 1952.) "In the Still of the Night." 5p. v Unnamed.

** no. 12 (Nov. 1952.) “Professional Secret.” 2p. Text. v Unnamed.

** no. 13 (Dec. 1952.) "The Vampire Maker!" by Carmine Infantino. 7p. v various [rpt. in Uncanny Tales from the Grave #4 (1974.)]

** no. 15 (Feb. 1953.) "Terror in Our Town!" 7p. v various (sequel to story in #13.)

** no. 16 (Mar. 1953.) "The Kiss of Death." 6p. A woman who poses as a vampire in order to murder her husband is undone by a real vampire v John Ashby [rpt. in Journey into Mystery #12 (1974.)]

** no. 22 (Sep. 1953.) "The Vampire's Partner." 5p. v Unnamed

** no. 30 (June 1954.) “I Saw the Vampire!” by Manny Stallman. 5p. v Unnamed.

The Adventures of Bob Hope. DC. Satire.

** no. 95 (Oct./Nov. 1965.) "Super-Hip: The Sickest Super-Hero of ‘Em All" by Arnold Drake & Bob Oksner. 24p. v Dr. Van Pyre and Miss Zombia Ghastly of "The Faculty of Fear."

** no. 96 (Dec. 1965/Jan. 1966.) "Super-Hip Flies Again." 24p.

** no. 97 (Feb./Mar. 1966.) "Ski-Bee Jeebies!" 24p.

** no. 98 (Apr./May 1966.) "Cool Hot-Rodder." 24p.

** no. 99 (June/July 1966.) "Super-Hope Meets Super-Hip." 24p.

** no. 100 (Aug./Sep. 1966.) "Of Thee We Swing." 25p.

** no. 101 (Oct./Nov. 1966.) "The Anti-Bikini Meanie." 24p.

** no. 102 (Dec./Jan. 1966.) "The Invasion of the Teen Monsters." 23p.

** no. 103 (Feb./Mar. 1966.) "The Love Machine!" 24p. c. Batman.

** no. 104 (Apr./May 1967.) "Somebody Stole Our Teachers—Hooray!" 24p.

** no. 105 (June/July 1967.) "The Crawling Creature of Creepmore Castle!" 24p.

** no. 106 (Aug./Sep. 1967.) "Badger's Baby Brother—Beastley." 23p.

** no. 107 (Oct./Nov. 1967.) "Summer H-E-L-L-L-P." 23p.

** no. 108 (Dec. 1967/Jan. 1968.) "The Ghost Riders of Gasoline Gulch!" 23p.

** no. 109 (Feb./Mar. 1968.) "Is There a Witch Doctor in the House?" 25p.

Covers: Bob Oksner.

The Adventures of Dr. Graves. A+ Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (1991.) "The Devil’s Lies" by Joe Gill and Tom Sutton. 23p. v Lucinda [Many Ghosts of Dr. Graves #50 (1975.)]

The Adventures of Jerry Lewis. DC. Satire.

** no. 83 (1964.) "Scared Silly!" by Arnold Drake & Bob Oksner. 24p. v Bela Le Ghouli and a gangster masquerade as "Count Drinkula." Bela Lugosi/Dracula satire [rpt. in Famous Monsters of Filmland #29 (1964; ) Super DC Giant #S-19 (1970.)] Cover: Bob Oksner.

The Adventures of Jodelle. New York: Grove Press. hb. dj. Large format.

** (1967.) by Pierre Bartier & Guy Peellaert. 68p. v Bodu. Trans. from the French original.

The Adventures of Olivia. Jabberwocky. b&w. Adult. mag.

** no. 3 (Fall 1991.) "The Ghost Humpers" by Robert Outlaw & Brad W. Foster. 20p. v Unnamed (Dracula.)

The Adventures of Superman. DC. Formerly titled: Superman.

** no. 441 (July 1988.) "The Tiny Terror of Tinseltown" by John Byrne. 22p. v. Dreadnaught and Psi-Phon.

** no. 441a Canadian edition. Price indicated only as $ 1.00

** no. 442 (July 1988.) "Power Play" by John Byrne & Jerry Ordway et al. 22p. v. Dreadnaught, an alien that absorbs superheroes' powers. c. Aquaman, Captain Marvel, the Elongated Man, Jonn Jones and Supergirl.

** no. 469 (Aug. 1986.) "Nasty Boys" by Dan Jurgens. 22p. v. Dreadnaught and Psi-Phon.

** no. 473 (Dec. 1986.) "Rings of Fire" by Dan Jurgens. 22p. v. Dreadnaught and Psi-Phon.

** no. 481 (Aug. 1991.) "The Big Drain!" by Jerry Ordway & Tom Grummett. 22p. v. Parasite.

** no. 482 (Sep. 1991.) "The Planet Strikes!" by Jerry Ordway & Tom Grummett 22p. v. Parasite.

** no. 512 (May 1994.) "Deadly Measures!" by Karl Kesel & Barry Kitson. 22p. v. Parasite

** no. 520 (Feb. 1995.) "Christmas Thieves" by Karl Kesel & Stuart Immonen et al. 22p. v. Babe.

** no. 528 (Oct. 1995.) "Deadly Silence" by Karl Kesel & Stuart Immonen. 22p. v. Dreadnaught and Psi-Phon.

** no. 537 (Aug.1966.) "Creatures on the Loose!" by Karl Kesel & Stuart Immonen. 22p. v. Parasite.

** no. 552 (Nov. 1997.) "Control of Power" by Karl Kesel & Tom Grummett and Denis Rodier. 22p. v. Parasite.

Adventures of the Fly. Radio Comics.

** no. 8 (Sep. 1960.) “The Fly: The Monster Gang.” 8p. v Unnamed.

After Dark. Millennium. b&w. Vampire anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1995.) a. "Jack" by Julio Emilio Braz & Desenhos Deodato Filho. 7p. v various. c. Jack the Ripper. b. "Lost Souls" by Wendy Snow-Lang. 6p. v Unnamed (Night's Children Series.) c. "Nico" by Faye Perozich & Robert Suarez. 5p. v Nico (Bloodchilde Series.) d. "Opposite Directions" by Arvin Loudermilk & Mike Iverson. 9p. v various (Vigil Series.) e. "The Seductress" by Charles Baudelaire & Louis Small, Jr. 2p. v Verse. f. "Vampire's Requiem" by Kim Elizabeth & Chris Curtan. 4p. v various (Darkworld Series.)

Aftermath. Chaos! Comics.

** Ashcan Preview (2000.) By Brian Pulido and Len Kaminski & Luke Ross. 6p. Cover: Ivan Reis & Joe Pimentel. Limited to 800 copies.

** Ashcan Preview a Limited blue edition. Limited to 200 copies.

** no. 1 (Feb. 2000.) By Brian Pulido and Len Kaminski & Luke Ross. 22p. v Chastity. Cover: Ivan Reis & Joe Pimentel.

** no. 1a Premium edition. Cover: David Michael Beck. Limited to 3,000 copies.

** no. 1b Dynamic Forces. Red Foil Exclusive Cover. Limited to 2,500 copies.

Agent of Death! See: Christina Winters: Agent of Death!

Agent 13: Acolytes of Darkness. TSR.Graphic novel. Tpb.

** (1990). Story by Flint Dille and Buzz Dixon & Dan Spiegle. 48p. v Bludda Dak. Based on the novel by Flint Dille and David Marconi, Acolytes of Darkness, published in the collection by Flint Dille, David Marconi and Aaron Allston, Double Action: Acolytes of Darkness and Web of Danger, London: Double Agent Books, 1988; U.S. edition: Lake Geneva: TSR Inc., 1988.

Alf. Marvel. Funny animal satire anth. Television tie-in.

** no. 38 (Feb. 1991.) Vampire cameo on cover. No vampire content.

Alf Annual. Marvel. Funny animal satire anth. Television tie-in.

** no. 2 (1989.) "Interview with the Hampire!" by Michael Gallagher & Dave Manak and Marie Severin. 9p. v Melmacula. Vampire satire with elements from Dracula and Interview with the Vampire. Cover: Dave Manak.

Note: Based on the character created by Alien Productions. ABC TV: Sep. 22, 1986 to 1990.

Alister the Slayer. Midnight Press.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1995.) Story by Trey Berryman & Craig Robinson. 27p. v various. Cover: Boris Vallejo.

Note: Discontinued after no. 1.

All New BD Super Mini. Best Destiny. b&w.

** Ashcan (2000.) "It's Raining Men!" by Janet Hetherington. 5p. v Destine. Cover: Janet Hetherington.

All- Picture Adventures. St. John. Pre-code anth.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1952.) “Vampires Dance at Dusk.” ." 7p. v various (members of a vampire cult) [Strange Terrors #1 (1952.)]

All Star Comics. DC. Pre-code.

** no. 26 (Fall 1945.) a. “Vampires of the Void: Introduction” by Gardner Fox & Joe Gallagher and Martin Naydel [pt. 1 of 9.] 4p. v alien “vampires,” in fact metal-eating robots. c The Justice Society of America (i.e., Atom, Dr. Mid-Night, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder) b. “Vampires of the Void” Ch. 1 by Gardner Fox & Joe Kubert. 6p. c. Ch. 2 by Gardner Fox & Joe Gallagher. 5p. d. Ch. 3 by Gardner Fox & Stan Aschmeier and Martin Naydel. 5p. e. Ch. 4 by Gardner Fox & Stan Aschmeier. 5p. f. Ch. 5 by Gardner Fox & Joe Gallagher and Martin Naydel. 5p. g. Ch. 6 by Gardner Fox & Stan Ashmeier. 5p. h. “Vampires of the Void: Conclusion” by Gardner Fox & Joe Gallagher and Martin Naydel. 4p. Cover by Joe Gallagher. Cover says: “Mystery of the Metal Menace” [rpt. in All Star Comics Archives #2 (2000.)]

All Star Comics Archives Volume 2. DC. hb. rpt. 224p.

** no. 2 (2000.) 224p. a. “Vampires of the Void: Introduction” by Gardner Fox & Joe Gallagher and Martin Naydel [pt. 1 of 9.] 4p. v alien “vampires,” in fact metal-eating robots. c The Justice Society of America (i.e., Atom, Dr. Mid-Night, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder) b. “Vampires of the Void” Ch. 1 by Gardner Fox & Joe Kubert. 6p. c. Ch. 2 by Gardner Fox & Joe Gallagher. 5p. d. Ch. 3 by Gardner Fox & Stan Aschmeier and Martin Naydel. 5p. e. Ch. 4 by Gardner Fox & Stan Aschmeier. 5p. f. Ch. 5 by Gardner Fox & Joe Gallagher and Martin Naydel. 5p. g. Ch. 6 by Gardner Fox & Stan Ashmeier. 5p. h. “Vampires of the Void: Conclusion” by Gardner Fox & Joe Gallagher and Martin Naydel. 4p. Cover by Joe Gallagher. Cover says: “Mystery of the Metal Menace” [All Star Comics #26 (1945.)]

All -Winners Comics. U.S.A Comic Corp. (Timely Comics.) Pre-code.

** no. 5 (Sum. 1942.) "The Vampire Strikes!" by Anon., Al Fagaly & Don Rico. 12p. v Dr. Togu, a Japanese scientist capable of transforming himself into a vampire. c. Captain America. Note: a different story from “The Vampire Strikes,” Captain America #24 (1943), where Captain America battles a different vampire. [Rpt. in Marvel Masterworks. Golden Age. All- Winners Volume 2. All-Winners Comics Nos. 5-8 (2006.)]

Alley Oop. Tor. Tpb. Book. Pocket format.

** (1983.) By Dave Graue. Reprints comic strips from 1979-1982, including the story line of Alley Oop meeting Mircea Tepes, Draculina and other vampires of the Tepes family.

Alpha Illustrated. Alpha Productions. b&w. Previews.

___ no. 0 (Apr. 1994.) a. "Bloodthirst." b. "Nightmark: Blood & Honor." c. Article.

Cover: Cover reproduced for Bloodthirst #1.

Amazing Adventures. Marvel.

** no. 14 (Sep. 1972.) “The Vampire Machine” by Steve Englehart & Tom Sutton et. al. 20 p. v Title, with reference to Quasimodo, a living machine (self-programmed as a vampire: other comics featuring Quasimodo have not been included in this bibliography; this one appears because of the unique programming and the use of the word “vampire” in the title.) c. The Beast.

Amazing Heroes. Fantagraphics. Portfolio.

** no. 164 (May 1, 1989.) Portfolios: (a) Drawing by Chas. Gillen. 1p. v Vampira and Dracula (Bela Lugosi.) (b) Drawing by J. M. M. [i.e., J. Mike McCarthy.] 1p. v Dracula from Blood of Dracula. (c) Drawing by Neil Vokes.1p. w. Charley Brewster and Peter Vincent from Fright Night. (d) Drawing by Neil Vokes and Adam Hughes. 1p. v various vampires from Fright Night. Contents page says: "The 1989 Swimsuit Collection."

Amazing Heroes: Swimsuit Special. Fantagraphics. b&w. portfolio.

** no. 2 (1991.) (a) Drawing by Joseph Michael Linsner. 1p. v Dawn (from Cry for Dawn.) (b) Drawing by Jim Balent. 1p. v Desnoirs (from From the Darkness.) (c) Drawing by Richard Howell. 1p. v Vampirella (from Vampirella.)

** no. 3 (1992.) Portfolio by various. v. Vampirella.

Amazing Mysteries. Marvel. Pre-code horror anth. Formerly titled: Sub-Mariner Comics.

** no. 33 (July 1949.) "The Thing in the Vault." 11p. v various.

Amazing Mystery Funnies. Centaur. Pre-code.

** vol. 2, no. 2  (Feb 1939.) “The Vampire” by Tarpé Mills. 6p. v The Old Beggar (in fact, a pseudo-vampire: a former professor  who believes he can achieve immortality by drinking blood; the story takes place in Mussolini’s Italy.) [rpt. in Masked Marvel #2 (1940.)]

The Amazing Spider-Man. Marvel.

** no. 101 (Oct. 1971.) Part 1 (of 2.) "A Monster Called… Morbius!" by Roy Thomas & Gil Kane. 20p. v Michael Morbius (first appearance.) [rpt. in Marvel Treasury Edition #14 (1977;) Marvel Tales #252 (1991;) The Amazing Spider-Man #101 (1992;) Spider-Man Strange Adventures (1996;) Marvel Selects: Spider-Man #2 (2000;) Essential Amazing Spider-Man #2 (2002.)]

** no. 101a (Sep. 1992.) [#101, rpt. with the same cover in different colors.]

** no. 102 (Nov. 1971.) Part 2. "Vampire at Large!" 35p. v Michael Morbius, origin [rpt. in Marvel Treasury Edition (1977;) Marvel Tales #252 (1991;) Spider-Man Strange Adventures (1996;) Marvel Selects: Spider-Man #3 (2000;) Essential Amazing Spider-Man #2 (2002.)]

** no. 141 (Feb. 1975.) “The Man’s Name Appears To Be… Mysterio!” by Gerry Conway & Ross Andru. 17 p. v Morbius (cameo) [rpt. in Marvel Tales #118 (Aug. 1980.)]

** no. 142 (Mar. 1975.) “Dead Man’s Bluff!” by Gerry Conway & Ross Andru. 18p. v Morbius (cameo.)

** no. 170 (July 1977.) “Madness is All in the Mind!” by Len Wein & Ross Andru. 17p. v Morbius (as a ghost) [rpt. in Super Spider-Man and Captain Britain #249 (1977.)]

** no. 170a 35¢ variant.

** no. 181 (June 1978.) “Flashback!” by Bill Mantlo, Sal Buscema & Mike Esposito. 17p. v Morbius (cameo) [rpt. in Super Spider-Man #300 (1978.)]

** no. 379 (July 1993.) “The Gathering Storm – Maximum Carnage Chapter 7” by David Michelinie & Mark Bagley. 23p. v Morbius.

** no. 379a Australian edition. Dated “October [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 1.95 AUS.

** no. 380 (Aug. 1993.) Maximum Carnage, Part 11. “Soldiers of Hope” by David Michelinie & Mark Bagley. 22p. v Morbius. . rpt. in tr.pb. format Spiderman: Maximum Carnage (2005). The Maximum Carnage story line carried on through 15 issues of various Spider-Man comic books. Only those issues in which the vampire Morbius also appeared are cited in this work. 

** no. 435 (June 1998.) "Fun'n Games with the Four Star Squad!" by Tom DeFalco & Joe Bennett. 22p. v Bloodscream.

Amazing Spider-Man. Les Éditions Heritage [Canada.] tpb.

** (1978.) Vampire on cover (Morbius.) No vampire stories. Rpt. of original Marvel stories.

Note: Although Les Éditions Heritage mostly published French translations of Marvel material, this tpb.is in English.

The Amazing World of Superman, Metropolis Edition. DC. b&w. Large format.

** (1973.) "Rogues' Gallery!" 2p. v. Parasite.

American Fantasy. Robert & Nancy Garcia. mag.

** vol. 2, no. 1 (Fall 1986.) “Now There’s Legal Aid for All Vampires, Werewolves & Things that Go Bump in the Night…” by Batton Lash. Wolff & Byrd Ser. 2p. Title. No vampire content.

** vol. 2, no. 4 (Sum. 1987.) “Wolff & Byrd, Counselors of the Macabre: Stakeout” by Batton Lash. 2p. v Mr. Leach.

Amora. Eros Comics. b&w.; some color. Satire anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1991.) "Ms. Minx" by Gray Morrow. 1p. v Unnamed (Dracula/Bela Lugosi.) Cover: Gray Morrow.

Angel. Dark Horse. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1999.) Part 1. "Surrogates" by Christopher Golden & Christian Zanier. 22p. v Angel et al. c. Doyle, Cornelia Chase, Kate Lockley. Cover: Jeff Matsuda.

** no. 1a Photo cover.

** no. 1b Tower Records Foil Edition.

___ no. 1c Dynamic Forces Red Foil Edition. Limited to 5,000 copies.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1999.) Part 2. "Surrogates." 22p. c. Dr. Lavinia Feehan. Cover: Jeff Matsuda.

** no. 2a Photo cover.

** no. 3 (Jan. 2000.) Part 3. "Surrogates." 22p. v Lamia. Cover: Jeff Matsuda.

** no. 3a Photo cover.

** no. 3b Dynamic Forces Red Foil edition. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. Limited to 3,000 copies.

___ no. 3c Dynamic Forces Purple Foil edition. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. Limited to 3,000 copies.

** no. 4 (Feb. 2000.) “The Changeling Wife” by Christopher Golden & Eric Powell. 22p. c. changeling. Cover: Jeff Matsuda.

** no. 4a Photo cover.

** no. 5 (Mar. 2000.) Part 1. "Earthly Possessions" by Christopher Golden & Christian Zanier. 22p. c. Yazi (demon.) Cover: Christian Zanier.

** no. 5a Photo cover.

** no. 6 (Apr. 2000.) Part 2. "Earthly Possessions." 22p. c. Gaetano Noe. Cover: Ryan Sook & Galen Showman.

** no. 6a Photo cover.

** no. 7 (May 2000.) Part 3. "Earthly Possessions." 22p. Cover: Christian Zanier.

** no. 7a Photo cover.

** no. 7b Dynamic Forces Gold Foil edition. Cover: Christian Zanier. Limited to 1,500 copies.

** no. 7c Dynamic Forces Red Foil edition. Cover: Christian Zanier. Limited to 1,500 copies.

** no. 8 (June 2000.) Part 1. "Beneath the Surface" by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Eric Powell. 22p. c. Wesley. Cover: Jeff Matsuda.

** no. 8a Photo cover.

** no. 9 (July 2000.) Part 2. "Beneath the Surface" by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Eric Powell. 22p. c. Abner, Clive. Cover: Eric Powell.

** no. 9a Photo cover.

** no. 10 (Aug. 2000.) Part 1. "Strange Bedfellows" by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Christian Zanier. 22p. v Candy, Sashaet al, vampire hookers. Cover: Jeff Matsuda.

** no. 10a Photo cover.

** no. 11 (Sep. 2000.) Part 2. "Strange Bedfellows" by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Christian Zanier. 22p. v Dyanna Allegra. Cover: Christian Zanier.

** no. 11a Photo cover.

** no. 12 (Oct. 2000.) Part 1. "Vermin" " by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Christian Zanier. 22p. Cover: Mike Mignola.

** no. 12a Photo cover.

** no. 13 (Nov. 2000.) Part 2. "Vermin" " by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Christian Zanier. 22p. Cover: Jason Minor.

** no. 13a Photo cover.

** no. 14 (Dec. 2000.) “Little Girl Lost" by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Eric Powell. 22p. c. Charles Gunn, Philip Westford. Cover: Randy Green.

** no. 14a Photo cover.

Continuing series. Three additional issues appeared in 2001. Most of the material reprinted in tpb. form in Angel: Surrogates (2000;) Angel: Earthly Possessions (2001;) Angel: Hunting Ground (2001;) Angel: Autumnal (2001.)

Angel and the Ape. DC.

** no. 5 (July-Aug. 1969.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 6 (Sep.-Oct. 1969.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 7 (Nov.-Dec. 1969.) Vampire cover. No vampire content. Cover and indicia say “Meet Angel no. 7.”

Angel Girl vs. Vampire Girls. Angel. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Aut. 1997.) By Lloyd Chasseur & Reynaldo Batista. 21 p. v Alexandra, Candice, Simone.

** no. 1a Deluxe Nude Cover edition.

** no. 1b Erotic Nude Cover edition.

Angel: Surrogates. Dark Horse. tpb. rpt.

** no. 1 (Dec. 2000.) By Christopher Golden & Christian Zanier. 72p. v Lamia. Includes issues 1-3 of Angel (1999-2000.) Photo cover.

Angel: Surrogates. Titan [U.K.] rpt.

** no. 1 (Dec. 2000.) By Christopher Golden & Christian Zanier. 72p. v Lamia. Includes issues 1-3 of Angel (1999-2000.) Photo cover.

Angry Christ Comix. b&w. tpb. Sirius.

** vol. 1, no. 1 (1994.) “Dead” by Joseph Michael Linsner. 13p. v Esque [Cry for Dawn #6 (1991.)]

** no.1a 2nd printing.

** no. 1b 3rd printing (ISBN: 1-57989-000-8.) ISBN indicated on the back cover, unlike in the 1st and 2nd printing.

  Note: Reprinted in hb in both a regular and limited signed edition by Image Comics in 2003.

Angry Shadows. Innovation. b&w. Horror anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1989.) "Preview: Anne Rice's: The Vampire Lestat" by Faye Perozich, Joseph Lianeaus Phillips et al. 4p. v Lestat de Lioncourt. Cover: John Bolton. This presentation of the first four pages marks the first appearance of Lestat de Lioncourt in the comics.

Anne Rice's: Interview with the Vampire. Innovation. Movie tie-in.

** no. 1 (1991.) "The Last Sunrise" by Cynthy J. Wood & Joseph Phillips et al. 32p. v Lestat de Lioncourt. Louis. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 2 (1991.) Part 1 (of 2.) "Death and Betrayal—Am I Damned?" by Cynthy J. Wood & Daerick Gross et al. 32p. Cover by Daerick Gross.

** no. 3 (1991.) Part 2 "Death and Betrayal—Am I Damned?" by Cynthy J. Wood & Christopher Moeller et al. 32p. v Claudia.

** no. 4 (1991.) "And a Little Child. . ." 32p.

** no. 5 (1992.) "The Longing for Fear" by Cynthy J. Wood, Faye Perozich & Christopher Moeller. 32p.

** no. 6 (1992.) "The Black Sea" by Faye Perozich & Christopher Moeller et al. 32p. v Armand.

** no. 7 (1992.) "In Despair." 32p.

** no. 8 (1993.) "Gentleman Death" by Faye Perozich & Alexander Jubran et al. 32p.

** no. 9 (July 1993.) "Love and Hate." 32p.

** no. 10 (Sep. 1993.) "Phantoms." 32p.

** no. 11 (Dec. 1993.) "Ashes to Ashes." 32p.

** no. 12 (Jan. 1994.) "Back to Life." 32p.

Cover: John Bolton: #1. Daerick Gross: #2. Christopher Moeller: #3-12.

Note: 1. Adaptation of Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1976,) the first book in The Vampire Chronicles. 2. Movie tie-in: Interview with the Vampire. Geffen Pictures, 1994. Dir: Neil Jordan. Scr. Anne Rice. Lestat: Tom Cruise. Louis: Brad Pitt. Claudia: Kirsten Dunst. 3. No’s 3-12: covers by Christopher Moeller.

Anne Rice's The Master of Rampling Gate. Innovation. tpb.

** (1991.) By James Schlosser & Colleen Doran. 64p. v Lord of the castle, Julie Rampling.

Notes: Based on an Anne Rice short story. Deluxe edition from Aria Press limited to 150 copies.

Adaptation of Anne Rice, “The Master of Rampling Gate,” 1984.

Anne Rice's: The Queen of the Damned. Innovation.

** no. 1 (1991.) "On the Road to the Vampire Lestat" by Cynthy J. Wood & Scott Multer et al. 32p. v Akasha, Lestat de Lioncourt, Louis, Marius. Cover: Daerick Gross.

** no. 2 (1992.) a. "Baby Jenks, Continued" and b. "The Goddess Pandora" by Cynthy J. Wood & Scott Multer and Daerick Gross, Sr. et al. 32p. Cover: Daerick Gross.

** no. 3 (1991.) "The Devil's Minion" by Cynthy J. Wood & O. J. Cariello, Jr. et al. 32p. Cover: Daerick Gross.

** no. 4 (1992.) "Jesse" by Faye Perozich & O. J. Cariello, Jr. et al. 32p. Cover: Daerick Gross.

** no. 5 (1992.) "The Talamasca." 32p. Cover: Daerick Gross.

** no. 6 (1993.) Part 1. "All Hallow's Eve" 32p. Cover: O. J. Cariello, Jr.

** no. 7 (1993.) a. Part 2. "All Hallow's Eve" 32p. b. "Cannibal" by Stan Rice. Poem. Cover: O. J. Cariello, Jr.

** no. 8 (1993.) "In the Arms of the Goddess." 32p. Cover: O. J. Cariello, Jr.

** no. 9 (Sep. 1993.) "The Queen of Heaven." 32p. Cover: O. J. Cariello, Jr.

** no. 10 (Nov. 1993.) "This is My Body, This is My Blood." 32p. Cover: O. J. Cariello, Jr.

** no. 11 (Dec. 1993.) "The Twins." 32p. Cover: O. J. Cariello, Jr.

Notes: Adaptation of The Queen of the Damned: The Third Book in the Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1988.) Series discontinued following eleventh issue.

Anne Rice’s The Tale of the Body Thief. Sicilian Dragon.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1999.) By Faye Perozich & Travis Moore. 28p. v Lestat de Lioncourt, David Talbot et al. Cover: Daerick Gross.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1999.) 28p.

** no. 3 (Nov. 1999.) 28p.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1999.) 28p.

Notes: Adaptation of The Tale of the Body Thief (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1992.) Issues 5-12 were not published separately, but included in the tpb. published in 2000.

Anne Rice's Tale of the Body Thief. Sicilian Dragon. tpb.

** no. 1 (Aug. 2000.) By Faye Perozich & Travis Moore and Daerick Gross. 170p. v Lestat, et al. Cover: Daerick Gross.

Note: Combines no’s 1-4 of Anne Rice's: The Tale of the Body Thief with the first printing of no’s 5-12

** no. 1a Alternate cover: Daerick Gross.

Anne Rice's Tale of the Body Thief. Titan [U.K.] . tpb.

** no. 1 (Oct. 2000.) By Faye Perozich & Travis Moore and Daerick Gross. 170p. v Lestat, et al. Cover: Daerick Gross.

Note: Combines no’s 1-4 of Anne Rice's: The Tale of the Body Thief with the first printing of no’s 5-12

Anne Rice: The Vampire Companion. See: The Vampire Companion.

Anne Rice's: The Vampire Lestat. Innovation.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1990.) By Faye Perozich & Joseph Lianeaus Phillips et al. ("Downtown Saturday Night in the Twentieth Century" pp. 1-15) and Daerick Gross et al. ("The Early Education and Adventures of the Vampire Lestat" pp. 16-32.) 32p. v Lestat de Lioncourt, Louis. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1990.) "Lelio Rising" by Faye Perozich & Daerick Gross. 32p. v Lestat de Lioncourt, Louis, Magnus. c. Gabrielle de Lioncourt. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 3 (May 1990.) "The Legacy of Magnus" by Faye Perozich & Daerick Gross, Sr. 32p. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 4 (June 1990.) "Viaticum for the Marquise." 32p. v Gabrielle de Lioncourt, origin. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 5 (Sep. 1990.) "The Children of the Darkness" by Faye Perozich & Daerick Gross. 32p. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 6 (Nov. 1990.) "Theater of the Vampires" by Faye Perozich & Daerick Gross. 32p. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 7 (Jan. 1991.) "The Vampire Armand." 32p. v Armand. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 8 (Mar. 1991.) "On the Devil's Road." 32p. v Marius, Intro. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 9 (May 1991.) Part 1 (of 2.) "Marius's Story" 32p. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 10 (1991.) Part 2. "Marius's Story" 32p. v Akasha (a.k.a. the Mother, the Queen, She Who Must be Kept,) Enkil (a.k.a. the Father, the King.) Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 11 (1991.) "Those Who Must be Kept." 32p. Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 12 (1991.) "Dionysus in San Francisco." 32p. Cover: John Bolton.

Note: 1. Adaptation of The Vampire Lestat: The Second Book in the Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1985.) 2. Rpt. as tpb. in 1991, 1993. 3. Included in: Anne Rice's The Vampire Lestat Boxed Set (1991.)

Anne Rice's The Vampire Lestat. Innovation. rpt. hb.

 ** (1991.) By Faye Perozich & Daerick Gross and Joseph Lianeaus Phillips and Michael Okamoto. v Lestat. Cover: John Bolton.

Anne Rice's The Vampire Lestat. Ballantine Books. rpt. tpb.

** (1991.) By Faye Perozich & Daerick Gross and Joseph Lianeaus Phillips and Michael Okamoto. v Lestat. Cover: Daerick Gross.

Anne Rice’s The Vampire Lestat Boxed Set. Wheeling (West Virginia:) Innovation. Boxed set. 14 volumes.

** (n.d. [1993.]) Contents: (a) Anne Rice’s: The Vampire Lestat. 12 vol. [Anne Rice’s The Vampire Lestat #1-12 (1990-91.)] (b) The Vampire Companion. 2 vol. [The Vampire Companion #1-2 (1990-91.)] (c.) A "Certificate of Authenticity" signed by editor and publisher, David Campiti. Limited to 2,000 numbered copies.

Anton's Collected Drek Featuring Wendy Whitebread. Eros Comics. Adult. b&w. tpb.

** 2nd expanded edition (1994; Eros GraphicAlbums #3.) "I Am Called Drekula!" by Anton Drek. 9p. v Drekula [Dracula's Daughter (1991.)]

Note: The story is not included in the 1st edition. Rpt. in 1995 (as 3rd edition;) 1997 (as 4th edition.) 3rd and 4th editions are identical to 2nd edition.

Anything Goes! The Comics Journal. b&w. and color. anth.

** no. 3 (Mar. 1986.) "Last Blood" by Marv Wolfman & Gary Kwapisz and Gary Fields. Color. 5p. v Dracula. Cover: Neal Adams.

** no. 6 (Oct. 1987.) "Damned Dog" by Tom Sutton. b&w. 5p. v various, led by Morgan. Cover: Stan Sakai.

Aragones 3-D. The 3-D Zone. tpb.

** (1989) by Sergio Aragones. Untitled vampire story. 1p. v Unnamed. Sold with 3-D glasses.

Arak/Son of Thunder. DC.

** no. 5 (Jan. 1982.) "Tournament of Titans!" by Roy Thomas & Ernie Colon. 27p. v various. Cover: Ernie Colon & Dick Giordano.

** no. 6 (Feb. 1982.) "The Stalkers of the Snows!" 27p. v various. Cover: Ernie Colon.

Arcade: The Comics Review Magazine. The Print Mint, Inc.

** no. 7 (Fall 1976.) “Vampire Lust” by S. Clay Wilson. 1p. v Unnamed.

Archer & Armstrong. Valiant.

** no. 9 (Apr. 1993.) "Darque Daze" by Bob Layton & Bernard Chang. 21p. v Alexandre Darque, a psychic vampire feeding on souls.

** no. 21 (Apr. 1994.) "Ladakh Attack" by Mike Baron & Mike Vosburg. 19p. v Alexandre Darque. Cover by Mike Vosburg.

** no. 26 See Eternal Warrior #26.

Archie. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 123 (Nov. 1961.) “Man’s Best Fiend.” 5p. v Unnamed (satire of Bela Lugosi as Dracula.)

Archie and the Riverdale Vampires. See: Archie’s Weird Mysteries no. 1

Archie Giant Series Magazine. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 14 (Dec. 1961.) "Fly Now, Pay Later." 6p. v Jughead. Cover says "The World of Jughead."

** no. 26 (June 1964.) “Monster Pin-Up Page.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 157 (Dec. 1968.) “The Touch.” 5p. v Vampire of Venus.

** no. 479 (Jan. 1979.) "The Christmas Challenge." 6p. v Unnamed. Cover says: Sabrina's Christmas Magic.

** no. 571 (Sep. 1987.) "Dracula's Castle" by George Gladir & Stan Goldberg and Rudy Lapick. 11p. v Dracula.

Cover says: "Josie and the Pussycats."

** no. 571a Canadian edition (price indicated as 95 cents.)

Archie’s Double Digest Magazine. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 49 (Nov. 1990.) "Delightful Biteful." 5p. v Drackie (Count Dracula's son) [Jughead #295 (Dec. 1979.)]

** no. 84 (Apr. 1996.) “To Sleep, Perchance to Dream.” 6p. v Unnamed movie-goer dressed as a vampire.

Archie’s Girls Betty & Veronica. Close-up. Satire anth.

** no. 333 (Dec. 1984.) "Chiller" by George Gladir & Dan DeCarlo. 6p. v The ghost of Bela Fangman. c. Betty & Veronica.

Archie’s Madhouse. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 8 (Oct. 1960.) "The Madhouse Hall of Fame." 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 11 (Apr. 1961.) a. “How to Improve TV.” 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Archie’s Madhouse Annual #4 (1966-67.)] b. "Lights, Camera, Action!" 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 13 (July 1961.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 14 (Aug. 1961.) “The Madhouse Encyclopedia." 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 16 (Dec. 1961.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 17 (Feb. 1962.) "A Vampire Meets a Vamp." 3p. v Ludwig.

** no. 21 (Sep. 1962.) "Monster Section." 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 29 (Oct. 1963.) "Monster Wind-Up Dolls." 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 36 (Oct. 1964.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 40 (June 1965.) "A Frightful Dinner." 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 42 (Sep. 1965.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 43 (Oct. 1965.) a. "Life in Transylvania." 2p. v Unnamed. b. “The Mad Ad Monster.” 6p. v Dracula.

Archie's Madhouse Annual. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 1 (1962-63.) “Lights Camera Action!” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 4 (1966-67.) “How to Improve TV.” 2p. v Unnamed [Archie’s Madhouse #11 (1961.)] Vampire cover.

** no. 5 (1967-68.) "A Vampire Meets a Vamp.” 3p. v Ludwig the Vampire.

Archie’s Pal Jughead Comics. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 78 (Nov. 1961.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 92 (Jan. 1963.) “The Touch.”5p. v Vampire from Venus (in a movie watched by Jughead.)

** vol. 2, no. 87 (Dec. 1996.) "Fangs for the Memory" by George Gladir & Stan Goldberg. 6p. v Jughead (as pseudovampire.)

** no.87a Canadian edition (price indicated as $ 1.65 only.)

Archie's Pals 'n' Gals. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 167 (Jan. 1984.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 167a Canadian edition (price indicated as 75 cents only.)

Archie’s Story & Game Comics Digest Magazine. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 5 (Nov. 1987.) a. “Little Archie’s Haunted Riddles” (game.) 1p. v vampire bat. b. “Sabrina Mind Maze!” (maze.) 1p. v Unnamed.

** 5a. Canadian editon. Price indicated as $ 1.50 rather than $ 1.35.

** no. 8 (Sep. 1988.) “Sabrina’s Maze Page! Spook Busters” (maze.) 1p. v Unnamed.

Archie’s Super Hero Comic Digest Magazine. Red Circle Productions. Digest format. Satire anth.

** no. 2 (1979.) “Time Twist” by Tom DeFalco & Chic Stone. 3p. v Unnamed. rpt. Vampire Mania. #1.

Archie's Super Teens. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 3 (1995.) "Mr. Glacier's Frozen Confections!" by Len Strazewski & Scott Beaderstadt. 10p. v Very-Berry Vampire. Vampire cover.

___ no. 3a Canadian edition. Price indicated as $ 2.50 rather than $ 2.00

Archie's T.V. Laugh-Out. Archie Music Corp. Satire anth.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1969.) “Super Duper Party Pooper.” 12p. v Unnamed Sabrina ancestor (in a portrait.)

** no. 6 (Feb. 1971.) “Sabrina The Match Maker.” 6p. v Cousin Grotesque.

** no. 14 (Sep. 1972.) a. "The Ghouls of the House." 8p. v Count Dracko. b. “Mr. Lodge in: Fright Sight.” 1p. v Unnamed (wax statue.)

** no. 57 (Apr. 1978.) “It’s Only Fitting.” 5p. v Unnamed Sabrina ancestor in a portrait (in the first panel: revealed to be a vampire in #61.)

** no. 61 (Sep. 1978.) “It’s a Buster.” 6p. v Unnamed Sabrina ancestor in a portrait.

** no. 66 (Apr. 1979.) “Tacky Situation.” 5p. v Unnamed Sabrina ancestor in a portrait.

** no. 68 (July 1979.) “Party Pooper.” 5p. v Unnamed Sabrina ancestor in a portrait.

** no. 69 (Aug. 1979.) “Hard Sell.” 5p. v Unnamed Sabrina ancestor in a portrait.

** no. 79 (Sep. 1980.) “Curses, Foiled Again!” 5p. v Unnamed Sabrina ancestor in a portrait.

** no. 89 (May 1983.) “Whale of a Sale.” 6p. v Unnamed Aunt Hilda ancestor in a portrait.

** no. 102 (Aug. 1985.) "Film Fare" by George Gladir & Stan Goldberg. 5p. v Unnamed pseudovampire. A vampire also appears in a writer’s dream cartoon in the “Archie’s Club News” page.

** no. 103 (Oct. 1985.) "Treble Trouble" by George Gladir & Stan Goldberg. 5p. v Count Drack.

Archie's Weird Mysteries. Archie Comics. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Feb. 2000.) "Just Another Paranormal Day in Riverdale" by Paul Castiglia & Bill Golliher. 21p. Unnamed.

** no. 8 (Sep. 2000.) "…The Many Origins of Dr. Beaumont" by Paul Castiglia & Fernando Ruiz. 5p. v Dr. Beaumont.

** no. 10. (Dec. 2000.) "The Scarlet Chronicles" by Paul Castiglia & Fernando Ruiz. 6p. v Scarlet Helsing. TV Tie-in. Story adapted from "Scarlet Nights," an episode on the Archie's Weird Mysteries" television show.

Continuing series.

Archie's Weird Mysteries. Archie Comics Publications. Small format.

** no. 1 (2000.) "Attack of the Video Monster!" by Paul Castiglia & Fernando Ruiz. 6p. v the flying vampire. Distributed as a mini-comic with the cartoon video Archie and the Riverdale Vampires (2000.)

Arlington Hammer In "Get Me to the Church on Time." One Shot Press. b&w.

** no. 1 (1995.) By David C.J. Bunn. 15 p. v Arlington Hammer.

Armageddon. Chaos! Comics.

** Preview Book. (Sep. 1999.) By Brian Pulido and Len Kaminski & Luke Ross. Cover: Luke Ross. Limited to 2,000 copies.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1999.) “The Beginning of the End” by Len Kaminski & Luke Ross. 22p. v Chastity, Purgatori, Oblivia. Cover: Ivan Reis & Joe Pimentel.

___ no. 1a World Premiere signing edition. Limited to 400.

** no. 1b Premium Anti-Millennium edition. Limited to 3,000 copies. Cover: Ivan Reis & Joe Pimentel.

** no. 1c Dynamic Forces edition. Cover: Jae Lee. Limited to 2,500 copies.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1999.) "Not of this Earth." 22p. Cover: Ivan Reis & Joe Pimentel.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1999.) "It Conquered the World." 22p. Cover: Ivan Reis & Joe Pimentel.

** no. 4 (Jan. 2000.) 29p. Cover: Ivan Reis.

** no. 4a Memorial edition. Cover: Steven Hughes & Jason Jensen.

Armorines. Second series. Acclaim.

** vol. 2, no. 1 (Oct. 1999.) “Return to Sender” by Omar Banmally, Michael Marts & Jim Calafiore. 38p. v Alexandre Darque, a psychic vampire feeding on souls (cameo.)

Arnold: Confessions of a Blood Junkie. Piranha Press. b&w. Adult.

** (1991.) "Arnold: Confessions of a Blood Junkie" by Dave Louapre & Dan Sweetman. 31p. v Arnold and "Vampires Anonymous." Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children Series #20.

Around the World in 60 Years with The Beano and The Dandy. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] hc.

** (1998.) a. “Number 13.” 1p. v Boris. b. “Strange Hill School”. 1p. v Vince.

Arrgh! Marvel. Satire anth.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1974.) a. "Fangs for the Memory!" by Jack Younger & Mike Sekowsky and Tom Sutton. 8p. v Count Fangula. b. “Open Your Mouth and Go Arrgh!” by Roy Thomas. Text illustrated with a vampire cartoon. Note: Cover features Stan Lee as a vampire.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1975.) "Gerald's World" by Tom Sutton & Roy Thomas. 7p. v Unnamed (cameo.) Cover: Dracula (Bela Lugosi.)

** no. 4 (July 1975.) "The Night Gawker" by Jack Younger. 10p. v The Night Gawker. The Night Stalker/The Kolchak Tapes parody.

** no. 5 (Sep. 1975.) "Count Varicose" by Mike Esposito and Ross Andru. 5p. v Count Varicose [Up Your Nose (and Out Your Ear) #2 (1972.)] Cover: Ross Andru.

Note: Not Aargh by Mad Love, q.v.

The Art of Kirk Lindo. Brainstorm. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1997.) Portfolio by Kirk Lindo. 30p. Cover: Kirk Lindo.

** no. 1a Original Sketch Cover edition.

The Art of Neal Adams. Sal Quartuccio. b&w. anth.

** no. 2 (1977.) “For I Am Dracula!” by Neal Adams. 5p. v Dracula [originally published in a promotional giveaway for Power Records.]

The Art of Steve Woron. Illustration Studio. tpb.

** (1991.) Portfolio. 86p. Vampiress on cover and in the portfolio.

Artist’s Alley. Wolf Crown Comics. anth. b&w.

** no. 1 (2000.) “Vampire Bit” by Dustin T. McBeth. 7p. v Unnamed.

Ashes. Caliber. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1990.) a. "The Legion of Vampyres" by John Bergin. 4p. v various Unnamed [Brain Dead #9 (1988.)] b. "The Veil" by John Bergin. 13p. v Unnamed.

Astonishing Tales. Marvel/Atlas. Formerly Marvel Boy. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 4 (June 1951.) "The Screaming Tomb” by Bill Everett. 8 p. v Madame LaMorte. c. Marvel Boy and Starr Rider. Cover by Bill Everett. Marvel Boy Series.

** no. 18 (Oct. 1952.) "Vampire at the Window!" by Stan Lee and Hy Rosen. 3p. v various [rpt. in Giant-Size Dracula #2 (1974;) Spider-Man vs. Dracula #1 (1993.)]

** no. 21 (Jan. 1953.) "The Different Vampire!" by Dick Ayers. 5p. v various.

** no. 31 (Mar. 1954.) “Fangs of the Vampire” by Joe Sinnott. 5p. v Clyde.

** no. 32 (June 1954.) Cover: "The Vampire Takes a Wife!" (while inside the story is “The Werewolf Takes a Wife,” 5p., where the wife may be a vampire.)

** no. 35 (Oct. 1954.) “Brother Vampire” by Al Eadeh. 5p. v Hans.

Astouding Stories. Alan Class & Co. [U.K.] b&w. anth.

** no. 155 (n.d.) “The Fly: The Monster Gang.” 8p. v Unnamed. c. The Fly.

Astral Comics. Tom Sciacca Publications. b&w. Mag.

** no. 1 (Sum. 1977.) “Old Hat Vampire Movie Bits no. 4711” by John Workman. 1p. v Unnamed.

Astro City. See: Kurt Busiek’s Astro Cty.

Asylum. Maximum Press.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1996.) “To Die For” by David Campiti and Mike Buckley & Mike Deodato, Jr. et al. 9 p. v Deathkiss, an energy-draining vampiress.

Avatar Illustrated. Avatar. b&w.

** no. 1 (June 1998 [cover says “Summer 1998.”]) Art portfolio. 28p. Includes Trevlin Utz (Donna Mia,) David Mowry (The Ravening,) and Daniel Presedo (Dream Wolves.) Cover: Tim Vigil.

** no. 2 (June 1999 [cover says “Summer 1999.”]) Art portfolio. 28p. Includes Trevlin Utz (Donna Mia,) David Mowry (The Ravening,) and Daniel Presedo (Dream Wolves.) Cover: Tim Vigil.

Avengeblade. Maximum Press. b&w. Satire. Adult.

** no. 1 (July 1996.) By Rob Liefeld & Robert Napton. 22p. v Trampirella. Cover: Pat Lee. Cont. in no. 2.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1996.) 22p. Cont. from no. 1. Cover: Pat Lee.

Avengelyne. Maximum Press.

** vol. 1, no. 2 (June 1995.) By Rob Liefeld and Robert Napton & John Stinsman. 27p. v H'Lana.

** no. 3 (July 1995.) 24p. v. H’Lana

** no. 3a variant cover.

Avengelyne. Maximum Press. Reprint. tr.pb.

___ no. 1 (Dec. 1995.) By Rob Liefeld and Robert Napton & John Stinsman.  v H'Lana. Collects issues 1-3 of Avengelyne (1995.) Cover: Julie Bell.

Avengelyne: Bad Blood. Avatar.

** no. 1 (Aug. 2000.) By William Christensen & Mark Seifert and Rick Lyon. 21p. v the Ravening (Ravyn, Glyph.) Cover: Matt Haley.

** no. 1a Cover: Al Rio.

** no. 1b Cover Tim Vigil.

** no. 1c Cover Sean Shaw.

___ no. 1d Prism Foil edition. Cover Al Rio.

** no. 1e Commemorative edition. Cover: Al Rio.

** no. 1f Royal Blue. Cover: Al Rio.

** no. 1g Leather edition. Cover: Rick Lyon.

** no. 1h Platinum edition Cover: Al Rio.

** no. 1i Ruby Red Cover: Al Rio. Limited to 500.

** no. 2 (Sep. 2000.) 22p. Cover: Al Rio.

** no. 2a Cover: Matt Haley.

** no. 2b Cover: Karl Moline.

** no. 2c Cover: Sean Shaw.

** no. 2d Red Velvet. Cover: Al Rio.

Avengelyne: Bad Blood Prelude. Avatar.

** (July 2000.) By William Christensen & Mark Seifert and Rick Lyon. 15p. v the Ravening (Ravyn, Glyph.) Cover: Rick Lyon. Limited to 2000 copies.

** no. 1a Special edition. Cover: Sean Shaw. Limited to 750 copies.

** no. 1b Variant cover by Al Rio. Limited to 3,000 copies.

** no. 1c Prism Foil. Cover: Al Rio. Limited to 3.000 copies.

** no. 1d Bikini Wraparound. Cover: Rick Lyon. Limited to 3,000 copies.

___ no. 1e Chicago Con edition.

** no. 1f Gold foil edition. Cover: Al Rio. Limited to 3,000 copies.

The Avengers. Marvel.

** no. 118 (Dec. 1973.) “To the Death!” by Steve Englehart & Mike Esposito. 19p. v Dracula (cameo) [rpt. in Essential Avengers #5 (2006.)]

** no. 129 (Nov. 1974.) "Bid Tomorrow Goodbye" by Steve Englehart & Joe Staton. 18p. v Amenhotep. 

** no. 352 (Early Sep. 1992.) Part 1, Fear the Reaper. "Son of Darkness" by Len Kaminski & M. C. Wyman et al. 22p.

** no. 352a Australian edition. Dated “Early December [1992;”] price indicated only as $ 1.80 AUS.

** no. 353 (Late Sep. 1992.) Part 2, Fear the Reaper. "To Wake the Dead." 22p. v Amenhotep cameo.

** no. 353a Australian edition. Dated “Late December [1992;”] price indicated only as $ 1.80 AUS.

** no. 354 (Early Oct. 1992.) Part 3, Fear the Reaper. "The Conqueror Worm." 22p.

** no. 354a Australian edition. Dated “Early January [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 1.80 AUS.

The Avengers. Marvel U.K.

** no. 2 (Sep. 29, 1973.) “Count Draculas [sic] Deadly Secret.” 1p. v Dracula (promotional comic for Walls’ Black Ice Lolly.)

** no. 44 (July 20, 1974.) “Count Draculas [sic] Deadly Secret.” 1p. v Dracula (promotional comic for Walls’ Black Ice Lolly.)

The Avengers Annual. Marvel.

** no. 16 (1987.) "The Day Death Died!" by Tom DeFalco & Bob Hall et al. 40p. v Baron Blood and Dracula. Cover says: “Giant-Sized Annual.”

Avenue X. Innovation. b&w. Adult. Adaptation of "Avenue X."

** no. 1 (1992.) a. Article: “Robert Chang: A Profile of the Artist”. 1p. b. "Torment" by Brenda Black & Robert Chang et al. 24p. v Veronica Reverence. Cover: Robert Chang.

Note: 1. Based on the radio drama that aired on WBAI in New York. 2. Series continued by Purple Spiral Comics in 1994.

Avenue X. Purple Spiral Comics. b&w. anth. Adult.

** vol. 2, no. 1 (Dec. 1994.) "More Torment" by C. Brenda Black & Fauve. 27p. v Veronica Reverence, Dillon, Lance Knight, Mercedes. Cover: Fauve.

** vol. 3 (1995.) "Avenue X" by Brenda Black & Delfin Barral. 23p. v Veronica Reverence, Cathay vampires, Mercedes, Pagan. b. "The Origin of the Cathay Vampires" by Brenda Black & Delfin Barral. 3p. Cover: Louis Small, Jr. & Zeea Adams.

Avon Periodicals One-Shot Series. See: Eerie Comics.

Awakening. Void Comics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (May 1996.) By Chen Jeh Chen. 27p. v Jesebel, Felicia, Mireille, Mirée, Evelyn, Alaya, Natachat. Cover: Chen Jeh Chen.

** no. 2 (June 1996.) 22p.

Awakening: Goethe Garden. Black Hound Press. b&w. Adult.

___ no. 1 (?) By Chen Jeh Chen. Cover: Stanley Wany. v Isabelle.

___ no. 2 (Apr. 1998.) 24p.

** no. 3 (July 1998.) By Chen Jeh Chen. 24p. Story continued from Awakening (Void Comics) #2. Cover: Stephanie Postigo.

Awesome Apparitions. Gredown Pty [Australia]. b&w.

** (s.n., s.d.) “The Coven” by Peter Kapra & Redondo. 10p. v a vampire bat.

Awesome Preview 99. Awesome.

** no. 1 (1999.) Preview of The Coven, by Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund. 6p. v Fantom.

Azrael. DC.

** no. 31 (July 1997.) "Angel and the Monster Maker" by Dennis O’Neil & Roger Robinson. 22p. v Unnamed. c. Batman.

Aztek: The Ultimate Man. DC.

** no. 9 (Apr. 1997.) "The Power and the Glory" by Grant Morrison and Mark Millar & N. Steven Harris. 22p. v. Parasite.

B

Baby’s First Deadpool Book. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1998.) “The Alphadead” by Joe Kelly, Brian Smith & Sue Crespi. 7p. v Vampanimus (Vamp/Animus.)

Backlash. Image.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1994.) By Sean Ruffner & Brett Booth. 25p. v Taboo. Cover: Brett Booth.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1994.) 24p.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1995.) 22p.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1995.) 24p.

** no. 5 (Feb. 1995.) 20p.

** no. 6 (Mar. 1995.) 26p.

** no. 7 (Apr. 1995.) 22p.

** no. 8 (May 1995.) 22p.

** no. 9 (June 1995.) 26p.

** no. 10 (July 1995.) 22p.

** no. 11 (Aug. 1995.) 23p.

** no. 12 (Sep. 1995.) 30p.

** no. 13 (Oct. 1995.) 21p. v Uutu of Sumeria.

** no. 14 (Nov. 1995.) 21p.

** no. 15 (Dec. 1995.) 21p.

** no. 16 (Jan. 1996.) 22p.

** no. 17 (Feb. 1996.) 22p.

** no. 18 (Mar. 1996.) 21p.

** no. 19 (Apr. 1996.) 22p.

** no. 20 (May 1996.) 23p.

** no. 21 (June 1996.) 23p.

** no. 22 (July 1996.) 22p.

** no. 23 (Aug. 1996.) 22p.

** no. 24 (Sep. 1996.) 22p.

Backlash & Taboo's African Holiday. WildStorm.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1999.) By Brett Booth & Sean Parsons. 48p. v Taboo.

Backlash Spider-Man. Image.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1996.) 25p. By Sean Ruffner & Brett Booth. v Taboo. Cover: Brett Booth and Al Vey.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1996.) 25p. Cover: Brett Booth and Tom McWeeney.

Bad Blood. Heavy Metal mag. b&w. rpt. tpb. anth.

** (1993.) By various. 125p. v various. Collects Sweetmeats (Tundra, 1993,) Sugarvirus (Tundra, 1993,) NightVision (Tundra, 1993) and includes Vampire Blues and an additional gallery of John Bolton's vampire art.

Bad Girls of Blackout. Blackout Comics.

** no. 0 (1995.) By John R. Platt, Rick Buckler, Jr., Jake Jacobsen, and Guy Dorian. 28p. v Lady Vampré, Violet. Cover: Guy Dorian.

** no. 1 (1995.) By John R. Platt & Scott Cohn et al. 28p. Cover: Guy Dorian.

Bad Girls of Blackout Annual. Blackout Comics.

** no. 1 (1995.) By Bruce Schoengood & Fauve et al. 24p. v Lady Vampré. Cover: Brock L. Hor, Jr.

** no. 1a alternate cover: Brock L. Hor, Jr.

Bad Moon. Arcane Comix. b&w. tpb.

** no. 1 (Fall 1987.) By Steve Niles & Brian Clark. 122p. v Bud.

Badger. First Comics.

** no. 43 (Jan. 1989.) Part 1 (of 2.) "Blood Sucker" by Mike Baron & Ron Lim. 20p. v Victor, Eugenia. Cover: Ron Lim.

** no. 44 (Feb. 1989.) Part 2. "Blood Sucker" 20p. v Victor. Cover: Ron Lim.

The Baegles Looney Hearts Club. Karma Komix Ko, Production. b&w. Satire anth.

** no. 1 (1977.) "A Dirty Lie About the Baegles" by Jane J. Oliver. 20p. v Lorenzo and Vlad. c. The Beatles.

Note: Precedes the Tales of Jerry series.

Baffling Mysteries. Periodical House. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 7 (Mar. 1952.) “Back from an Unhallowed Grave.” 7p. v Elena Ricco.

** no. 9 (July 1952.) “When Black Wings Flap…” 7p. v Nissa.

** no. 11 (Nov. 1952.) “Red Talons of Lupercalia.” 7p. v Count Falco (a vampire which changes into a werewolf, “a transformation many vampires assume in their excesses of bestial fury”;) his son, Count Barugo, appears only in werewolf form.

** no. 12 (Dec. 1952.) “House of the Screaming Fiends.” 7p. v “human vampire bat” (created by a mad scientist.)

** no. 16 (July 1953.) “Wings of Wickedness.” 7p. v Zelma.

**    no. 17 (Sep. 1953.) "Duel of the Spectres." 8p. v Travers Pearson.

** no. 18 (Nov. 1953.) “Crimson Wraith from the North.” 7p. v “the Horror from the North,” described as a creature “preying on the life force of humans by absorbing their blood.”

** no. 21 (July 1954.) “The Horror of Hillory Hill” by Lou Cameron. 7p. v Martha Hillory.

** no. 22 (Sep. 1954.) “The Amulet of Terror.” 7p. v Count Leo Wezlo-Broz.

Ballistic. Image.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1995.) Series by Brian Haberlin & Michael Turner. 26p. v a vampire race. c. Wetworks team. Cover: Michael Turner.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1995.) 26p. v Kracus Nocturna Vladimir et al.

** no. 3 (Nov. 1995.) 26p.

Note: a spinoff of Wetworks.

The Banana Splits. Gold Key.

** no. 3 (July 1970.) "Batko Castle." 14p. v Count Batko.

Bananas. Scholastic. mag.

** no. 54 (1982.) “A Toast to Mr. Dalyrimple!” by Steve Bissette & Suzanne Lord. 4p. v Mr. Dalyrimple.

The Bank Street Book of Science Fiction. Pocket Books. b&w. tpb. anth.

** (1989.) "Eripmav" by Damon Knight and Bob Stewart & Evan Dorkin. 4p. v Veeglian alien vampire.

Bar Crawl of the Damned. Mortco. b&w.

** no. 1 (1997.) a. "Bar Crawl of the Damned" by William Morton. 12p. v Sean. b. "Enchantress of the East Village." 10p. v Sean. c. "The Exciting World of Bar Culture." 3p. v Sean.

Bar Crawl of the Damned Special. Mortco. b&w.

** no 1 (1998) a. “The Date Game” by William Morton. 5p. v Sean, Vampiroonie. b. “The Drunken Rant” by William Morton. 2p. v Sean. c. “The Hep and the Haunted or Ghost of the Beat Generation.” by William Morton. 11p. v Sean, Damon, Vamp Babe. d. “Paperback Demons” by William Morton. 6p. v Sean. Cover (with Sean): William Morton.

Bar Sinister. Windjammer.

** no. 1 (June 1995.) Untitled story by Mike Grell & Rick Hoberg, et al. 24p. v Sigil.

** no. 2 (July 1995.) "Bugjuice and Jabbersnatch." 22p. v Sigil and others.

** no. 3 (Aug. 1995.) Untitled story. 22p.

** no. 4 (Sep. 1995.) Untitled story. 22p.

Barn of Fear. Comic Art Gallery. b&w. anth. Funny animal satire of Pre-code horror comics.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1977.) "That Damn Dog." 7p. v Morgan, Carrie. Cover: Yellow and red.

** no. 1a Alternate cover: White and purple.

Barney and Betty Rubble. Charlton Publications.

** vol. 4, no. 23 (Dec. 1976.) "Pleasant Dreams." 6p. v Mr. Gruesome.

The Rubbles are characters from the television series The Flintstones.

  Baron Weirwulf's Haunted Library. See: Haunted.

Bart Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror: Heebie-Jeebie Hullabaloo. HarperPerennial. tpb.

** (1999.) “A Kid’s Guide to Monster-Proofing Your Room!” by Matt Groening 2p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

The Bash Street Kids Summer Special. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (1998.) “Fancy That!” 1p. v Fatty as Count Fatula.

The Bat. Adventure Comics. b&w. Adaptation of The Bat.

** no. 1 (1992.) "The Bat" by Doug Campbell & David Wong. 30p.

Note: Adaptation of Mary Roberts Rhinehart's. The Bat, 1920.

Bathory: Countess of Blood. Boneyard Press. Cover: "Brad Moore's Bathory." b&w. Adult.

** no. 1. (1993.) "Bathory: Countess of Blood" by Brad Moore. 32p. v Elizabeth Bathory, a Hungarian noblewoman who bathed in human blood in the belief that it helped her retain youth and beauty.

Batman. DC.

** no. 116 (June 1958). “The Winged Bat-People.” 8p. v The Bat-People [rpt. in 80-Page Giant #12 (1965.)]

** no. 254 (Jan./Feb. 1974.) “King of the Gotham Jungle!” by Frank Robbins, Irv Novick & Dick Giordano. 13p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Nick Cardy.

** no. 341 (Nov. 1981.) "The Ghost of Wayne Mansion" by Gerry Conway & Irv Novick and Frank McLaughlin et al. 16p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Jim Aparo.

** no. 342 (Dec. 1981.) "Requiem for a Hero" by Gerry Conway, Irv Novick & Frank McLaughlin et al. 19p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Dennis Cowan.

** no. 348 (June 1982.) "Shadow Play" by Gerry Conway, Gene Colan & Klaus Janson et al. 18p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Jim Aparo.

** no. 349 (July 1982.) "Blood Sport" by Gerry Conway, Gene Colan & Alfredo Alcala et al. Cont. in #350. 18p. v Batman, Dala and the Monk. Note: Dala and the Monk first appeared in Detective Comics #31-32 (1939.) Cover by Russ Andru.

** no. 350 (Aug. 1982.) "Nightmare in Crimson" by Gerry Conway, Paul Levitz, Gene Colan & Tony DeZuniga et al. 18p. v Dala and the Monk. Cont. in Detective Comics #517 (1982.) Cover: Gene Colan & Frank McLaughlin.

** no. 351 (Sep. 1982.) "What Stalks the Gotham Night?" by Gerry Conway, Gene Colan & Tony DeZuniga et al. 18p. v Dala and the Monk. Cont. in Detective Comics #518 (1982.) Cover: Gene Colan & Dick Giordano.

** no. 361 (July 1983.) "The Most Successful Species!" by Doug Moench & Don Newton et al. 23p. v Man-Bat. Cover: Hannigan & Dick Giordano.

** no. 361a Canadian edition – price indicated as 75 cents.

** no. 406 (Apr. 1987.) Batman: Year One, Part 3. “Black Dawn” by Frank Miller & David Mazzucchelli. 22p. v vampire bats.

** no. 406a Canadian edition – price indicates as $ 1.00 only.

** no. 459 (Feb. 1991.) “Saturday Night at the Movies” by Alan Grant & Norm Breyfogle. 22p. v pseudo-vampire bat (hologram.)

** no. 536 (Nov. 1996.) Darkest Night of the Man-Bat, part 1. "Predation" by Doug Moench & Kelley Jones. 22p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Kelley Jones.

** no. 537 (Dec. 1996.) Darkest Night of the Man-Bat, part 2. "Pursuit" by Doug Moench & Kelley Jones. 22p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Kelley Jones.

** no. 538 (Jan. 1997.) Darkest Night of the Man-Bat, part 3. "Predemption" by Doug Moench & Kelley Jones. 22p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Kelley Jones.

Note: Bob Kane has claimed that Batman was inspired, in part, by Dracula.

Batman. Power Records.

** no. 30 (1976.) "Robin Meets Man-Bat!" 20p. v Man-Bat. Includes 45 rpm record.

The Batman Adventures. DC. Television tie-in.

** no. 7 (Apr. 1993.) Polybagged in a Man-Bat illustrated bag and including a Man-Bat trading card. No other vampire content.

** no. 11 (Aug. 1993.) "The Beast Within!" by Kelley Puckett & Mike Parobeck. 22p. v Man-Bat [rpt. in Batman The Collected Adventures Volume 2 (1994.)]

** no. 21 (June 1994.) "House of Dorian" by Michael Reaves and Kelley Puckett & Mike Parobeck. 22p. v Man-Bat.

Note: Based on Batman: The Animated Series.

Batman & Dracula: Red Rain. DC Comics. hb. dj.

** (1991.) By Doug Moench & Kelley Jones. 90p. v Batman, Tanya, Dracula [rpt. in Tales of the Multiverse: Batman – Vampire (2007.)]

  Batman & Dracula: Red Rain. DC Comics. tpb.

 ** (1991.) By Doug Moench & Kelley Jones. 90p. v Batman, Tanya, Dracula.

Batman & Dracula: Red Rain. Titan [U.K.] tpb.

___ (1991.) By Doug Moench & Kelley Jones. 90p. v Batman, Tanya, Dracula.

Batman & Dracula: Red Rain. Warner Books. rpt. tr.pb.

___ (Nov. 1991.) By Doug Moench & Kelley Jones. 90p. v Batman, Tanya, Dracula.

Batman and Robin Adventures. DC.

** no. 11 ( Oct. 1996.) "Windows to the Soul" by Ty Templeton & Dev Madan. 22p. v Man-Bat.

The Batman Archives. DC. hb. anth.

** no. 1 (1990.) "Batman versus the Vampire" by Gardner Fox. 20p. v Dala and the Monk [Detective Comics #31-32 (1939.)]

** no. 1a Dynamic Forces edition. Autographed by Bob Kane. Limited to 525 copies.

Batman Bloodstorm. DC Comics. hb. dj.

** (1994.) By Doug Moench & Kelley Jones. 91p. v Batman et al. [rpt. in Tales of the Multiverse: Batman – Vampire (2007.)]

            Notes: Sequel to Batman & Dracula: Red Rain.

Batman Bloodstorm. DC Comics. tpb.

** (1994.) By Doug Moench & Kelley Jones. 91p. v Batman et al.

Notes: Sequel to Batman & Dracula: Red Rain.

Batman Bloodstorm. Titan [U.K.] tpb.

** (July 1995.) By Doug Moench & Kelley Jones. 91p. v Batman et al.

Notes: Sequel to Batman & Dracula: Red Rain.

Batman: Bullock's Law. DC.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1999.) "Bullock's Law" by Chuck Dixon & Flint Henry. 54p. v Man-Bat (mentioned but not depicted;) masked pseudo-vampire criminal.

Batman: Castle of the Bat. DC. tpb.

** (1994.) By Jack Harris & Bo Hampton. 63p. v Dr. Thomas Wayne, the Batman.

Batman: Castle of the Bat. Titan [U.K.] tpb.

** (Jan. 1995.) By Jack Harris & Bo Hampton. 63p. v Dr. Thomas Wayne, the Batman.

Batman: Challenge of the Man-Bat. Titan [U.K.] tpb.

** (June 1989.) a. "Challenge of the Man-Bat" by Frank Robbins, Neal Adams & Dick Giordano. 16p. [Detective Comics #400 (1970.)] v Man-Bat. b. "Man or Bat?" by Frank Robbins, Neal Adams & Dick Giordano. 16p. v Man-Bat [Detective Comics #402 (1970.)] c. "Marriage: Impossible" by Frank Robbins, Neal Adams & Dick Giordano.15p. v Man-Bat [Detective Comics #407 (1971.)]

Batman Chronicles. DC.

** no. 15 (Win. 1998.) “Between Stars Above & Below" by Marco Palmieri & James A. Hodgkins. 10p. v Man-Bat.

Batman The Collected Adventures Volume 2. DC. tpb. rpt. format.

** (1994.) "The Beast Within!" by Kelley Puckett & Mike Parobeck. 22p. v Man-Bat [Batman Adventures #11 (1993.)]

Batman The Collected Adventures Volume 2. Titan [U.K.] tpb. rpt.

** (1994.) "The Beast Within!" by Kelley Puckett & Mike Parobeck. 22p. v Man-Bat [Batman Adventures #11 (1993.)]

Batman: Crimson Mist. DC. hb.

** (1999.) By Doug Moench & Kelley Jones and John Beatty. 94p. v Batman [rpt. in Tales of the Multiverse: Batman – Vampire (2007.)]

** Dynamic Forces signed (by Doug Moench) and numbered edition. Limited to 1,500 copies.

Batman: Crimson Mist. Titan [U.K.] tpb.

** (1999.) By Doug Moench & Kelley Jones and John Beatty. 94p. v Batman.

Batman: Dark Knight Gallery. DC.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1996.) Portfolio by various authors. 32p. v Man-Bat.

Batman: Dark Knight of the Round Table. DC.

** no. 1 (1999.) Story by Bob Layton & Dick Giordano. 48p. v giant vampire bats.

** no. 2 (1999.) 48p.

The Batman Family. DC. anth.

** no. 1 (Sep./Oct. 1975.) "Challenge of the Man-Bat" by Frank Robbins & Neal Adams and Dick Giordano et al. 16p. v Man-Bat. Cover: Mike Grell [Detective Comics #400 (1970.)]

** no. 11 (May/June 1977.) "Man-Bat Over Manhattan" by Bob Rozakis, Marshall Rogers & Tex Blaisdell et al. 9p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 12 (July/Aug. 1977.) "Dread Night of the Jaguar" by Bob Rozakis, Marshall Rogers & Terry Austin et al. 10p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Jim Aparo.

** no. 13 (Sep. 1977.) "The Man Who Melted Manhattan!" by Bob Rozakis & Don Newton and Marshall Rogers. 30p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Jim Aparo.

** no. 14 (Oct. 1977.) "Cinemattack!" by Bob Rozakis, Howard Chaykin & Josef Rubenstein et al. 9p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Jim Aparo.

** no. 15 (Dec. 1977/Jan. 1978.) "Target: The Shotgun Sniper!" by Bob Rozakis & Michael Golden et al. 9. v Man-Bat. Cover by Jim Aparo.

** no. 16 (Feb./Mar. 1978.) “Bull’s-Eye for Murder!” by Bob Rozakis & Michael Golden. 9p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Jim Aparo.

** no. 17 (Apr./May 1978.) “There’s A Demon Born Every Minute” by Bob Rozakis & Michael Golden. 19p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Michael Kaluta.

** no. 18 (June/July 1978.) "Man-Bat No More!" by Bob Rozakis, Danny Bulanadi & Romeo Tanghal et al. 9p. v Man-Bat. Cover by Michael Kaluta.

** no. 19 (Sep. 1978.) a. "The Once and Future Man-Bat" by Bob Rozakis & Danny Bulanadi. 9p. v Man-Bat. b. "The Tomb of the White Bat!" by Denny O'Neil & Michael Golden and Craig Russell. 20p. v The White Bat, a blood-drinking vampire bat. Cover by Michael Kaluta.

** no. 20 (Oct./Nov. 1978.) "Private Eye Man-Bat" by Bob Rozakis & Michael Golden and Josef Rubinstein et al. 13p. v Man-Bat. Cover: Jim Starlin.

Batman: Four of a Kind. DC. tpb. anth. rpt.

** (1998.) “Wings” by Chuck Dixon & Quique Alcatena. 56p. v Man-Bat [Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Annual #5 (1995.)]

Batman from the 1930s to the 1970s. New York: Crown. hb. rpt.

** (1971.) "Man or Bat?" by Frank Robbins, Neal Adams & Dick Giordano. 16p. v Man-Bat [Detective Comics #402 (1970.)]

The Batman Gallery. DC. Portfolio. 1 issue. anth. tpb.

** no. 1 (1992.) (a) Drawing by Neal Adams. 1p. v Man-Bat [indicated as from Detective Comics no. 402 (sic.)] (b) Drawing by John Bolton. 1p. v Man-Bat (dated 1993.) (c.) Drawing by Bob Kane 1p. v The Monk [Detective Comics no. 31 (1939.)]

Batman: Gotham Adventures. DC.

** no. 18 (Nov. 1999.) "Like a Bat Outta Gotham" by Scott Peterson & Craig Rousseau. 22p. v Man-Bat. Cover: B. Smith & Terry Beatty.

Batman Houdini: The Devil's Workshop. DC. tpb.

** (1993.) By Howard Chaykin & John Moore and Mark Chiarello. 64p. v Harry Houdini.

Batman in the Seventies. DC Comics. tpb.

** (1999.) a. "Marriage: Impossible" by Frank Robbins, Neal Adams & Dick Giordano. 15p. v Man-Bat [Detective Comics #407 (1971.)]

Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight. DC.

** no. 41 (Jan. 1993.) "Sunset" by Tim Joyner, Keith S. Wilson, & Jim Fern et al. 27p. v Nina DeMille .

** no. 94 (May 1997.) “Stories” by Michael Gilbert. 25p. v The Monk [Julie Madison, Batman’s girlfriend in 1939, is trapped in an elevator by terrorists and remembers the events of Detective Comics #31 and 32 (1939,) when Batman saved her from the vampire The Monk. In the end, she is rescued again by Batman.]

Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Annual. DC.

** no. 5 (1995.) “Wings” by Chuck Dixon & Quique Alcatena. 56p. v Man-Bat [rpt. in Batman: Four of a Kind (1998.)]

Batman: ManBat. DC.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1995.) Part 1. "The Subterraneans." Series by Jamie Delano & John Bolton. 48p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1995.) 48p.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1995.) 46p.

Rpt. as a tpb.: Batman: Man-Bat (1996.)

Batman: ManBat. DC. rpt.

** (1996.) "The Subterraneans" by Jamie Delano & John Bolton. 142p. v Man-Bat [Batman: Man-Bat #1-3 (1995.)]

Batman Monthly. Egmont [U.K.]

** no. 14 (Aug. 1989.) "Prescription for Tragedy!" by Martin Pasko & Don Newton. 17p. v Man-Bat [The Brave and the Bold #165 (1980.)]

** no. 18 (Dec. 1989.) “The Ghost of Wayne Mansion” by Gerry Conway, Irv Novick & Frank McLaughlin et al. 17p. v Man-Bat [Batman #341 (1981.)]

** no. 19 (Jan. 1990.) "Requiem for a Hero" by Gerry Conway, Irv Novick & Frank McLaughlin et al. 19p. v Man-Bat [Batman #342 (1981.)]

** no. 27 (Sep. 1990.) “And in the Depths” by Dave Gibbons & Gray Morrow. 10p. v vampire bats.

** no. 29 (Nov. 1990.) “The Man Who Falls” by Dennis O’Neil & Dick Giordano. 17p. v vampire bats.

** no. 32 (Feb. 1991.) Night People, Part 2. “The Corrosive Man” by John Wagner, Alan Grant & Norm Breyfogle. 22p. v Mr Kadaver (pseudo-vampire) [Detective Comics #588 (1988.)]

** no. 33 (Mar. 1991.) Night People, Part 3. “The Burning Pit” by Alan Grant, John Wagner & Norm Breyfogle. 22p. v Mr Kadaver (pseudo-vampire) [Detective Comics #589 (1988.)]

** no. 40 (Oct. 1991.) a. Part 1 "Batman Versus the Vampire" by Gardner Fox & Bob Kane. 10p. v Dala and the Monk [Detective Comics #31 (1939.)] b. "Night of Blood" by Mike W. Barr & Jim Aparo. 14p. v Andrew Bennett [The Brave and the Bold #195 (1983.)]

** no. 41 (Nov. 1991.) Part 2 "Batman Versus the Vampire" by Gardner Fox & Bob Kane. 10p. v Dala and the Monk [Detective Comics #32 (1939.)]

Batman Monthly, Vol. 2. Fleetway [U.K.]

** no. 5 (1993.) Batman: Year One, Part 3. “Black Dawn” by Frank Miller & David Mazzucchelli. 22p. v vampire bats [Batman #406 (1987.)]

** no. 10 (1993.) “Family Matters: Part 2” by Steve Lyons. Text. 3p. v Man-Bat.

Batman: Nosferatu. DC. tpb.

** (1999.) By Randy Lofficier and Jean-Marc Lofficier & Ted McKeever. 64p. v Nosferatu.

Bats. See: Tales Caulated to Drive You Bats.

Bats, Cats and Cadillacs. Now Comics.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1990.) "Odds 'n Even" by Diane M. Piron & Hannibal King. 24p. v Teresa. Cover: John Snyder.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1990.) "On the House." 22p. Cover: Lenin Delsol.

Bat-Thing. Amalgam Comics/DC.

** no. 1 (June 1997.) "Someone to Watch Over Me" by Larry Hama & Rodolfo Damaggio. 22p. v Bat-Thing.

The Beano. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] mag.

___ (July 30, 1939 – Continuing series.) Note: One of the longest running British comics (over 2,500 issues,) the weekly publication included a selection of comic strips that continued from issue to issue. In the 1980s and into the mid-1990s, each issue carried a one-page strip, “Number 13," that featured a vampire, Boris, his dad, and a vampire bat, Fiendish. The list of vampire issues is complete for the years 1987-1989 (i.e. the issues which are not listed do include “Number 13”, but none of the vampire characters is in the story), and is not complete for the other years.

** no. 2318 (Dec. 20, 1986.) “Ball Boy.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 2333 (Apr. 4, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p. v Boris, Dad, Fiendish.

** no. 2338 (May 9, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2346 (July 4, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2347 (July 11, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2348 (July 18, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2349 (July 25, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2351 (Aug. 8, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2352 (Aug. 15, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2353 (Aug. 22, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2354 (Aug. 29, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2355 (Sep. 5, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2356 (Sep. 12, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2357 (Sep. 19, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2358 (Sep. 26, 1987.) a. “Gnasher and Gnipper.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2359 (Oct. 3, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2360 (Oct. 10, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2361 (Oct. 17, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2362 (Oct. 24, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2363 (Oct. 31, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2364 (Nov. 7, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2365 (Nov. 14, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2366 (Nov. 21, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2367 (Nov. 28, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2368 (Dec. 5, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2369 (Dec. 12, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2370 (Dec. 19, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2371 (Dec. 26, 1987.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2372 (Jan. 2, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2373 (Jan. 9, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2374 (Jan. 16, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2375 (Jan. 23, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2376 (Jan. 30, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2377 (Feb. 6, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2378 (Feb. 13, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2379 (Feb. 20, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2380 (Feb. 27, 1988.) a. “Little Monkey.” 1p. v Boris. b. “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2381 (Mar. 5, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2382 (Mar. 12, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2383 (Mar. 19, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2384 (Mar. 26, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2385 (Apr. 2, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2386 (Apr. 9, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2387 (Apr. 16, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2388 (Apr. 23, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2389 (Apr. 30, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2390 (May 7, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2391 (May 14, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2394 (June 4, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2395 (June 11, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2396 (June 18, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2397 (June 25, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2398 (July 2, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2399 (July 9, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2400 (July 16, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2401 (July 23, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2402 (July 30, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2403 (Aug. 6, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2404 (Aug. 13, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2406 (Aug. 27, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2408 (Sep. 10, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2409 (Sep. 17, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2410 (Sep. 24, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2411 (Oct. 1, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2413 (Oct. 15, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2414 (Oct. 22, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2415 (Oct. 29, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2416 (Nov. 5, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2417 (Nov. 12, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2418 (Nov. 19, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2419 (Nov. 26, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2420 (Dec. 3, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2421 (Dec. 10, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2422 (Dec. 17, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2423 (Dec. 24, 1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2424 (Dec. 31, 1988.) a. “Monster Softies” 1p. v The Thumbsucking Vampire. b. “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2425 (Jan. 7, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2426 (Jan. 14, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2427 (Jan. 21, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2428 (Jan. 28, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2429 (Feb. 4, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2430 (Feb. 11, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2431 (Feb. 18, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2432 (Feb. 25, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2433 (Mar. 4, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2434 (Mar. 11, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2435 (Mar. 18, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2436 (Mar. 25, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2437 (Apr. 1, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2438 (Apr. 8, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2439 (Apr. 15, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2440 (Apr. 22, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2441 (Apr. 29, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2442 (May 6, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2443 (May 13, 1989.) a. “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club.” 1p. v Boris, Dad. b. “Number 13.” 1p. 

** no. 2445 (May 27, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2446 (June 3, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2447 (June 10, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2448 (June 17, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2449 (June 24, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2450 (July 1, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2451 (July 8, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2452 (July 15, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2453 (July 22, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2454 (July 29, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2455 (Aug. 5, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2456 (Aug. 12, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2458 (Aug. 26, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2459 (Sep. 2, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2461 (Sep. 16, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2462 (Sep. 23, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2463 (Sep. 30, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2464 (Oct. 7, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2466 (Oct. 21, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2467 (Oct. 28, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2468 (Nov. 4, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2469 (Nov. 11, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2470 (Nov. 18, 1989.) “Dennis the Menace Fan Club.” 1p. v Boris, Fiendish (in fan’s drawing.)

** no. 2471 (Nov. 25, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2472 (Dec. 2, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2473 (Dec. 9, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2476 (Dec. 30, 1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2479 (Jan. 20, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2481 (Feb. 3, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2482 (Feb. 10, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2483 (Feb. 17, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2486 (Mar. 10, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2488 (Mar. 24, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2491 (Apr. 14, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2494 (May 5, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2496 (May 19, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2497 (May 26, 1990.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2498 (June 2, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2499 (June 9, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2500 (June 16, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2502 (June 30, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2505 (July 21, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2506 (July 28, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2508 (Aug. 11, 1990.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2509 (Aug. 18, 1990.) “Minnie the Minx.” 2p. v Minnie (as a vampire.)

** no. 2510 (Aug. 25, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2511 (Sep. 1, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2512 (Sep. 8, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2514 (Sep. 22, 1990.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2515 (Sep. 29, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2517 (Oct. 13, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2519 (Oct. 27, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2520 (Nov. 3, 1990.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2521 (Nov. 10, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2522 (Nov. 17, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2523 (Nov. 24, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2528 (Dec. 29, 1990.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2530 (Jan. 12, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2531 (Jan. 19, 1991.) “Number 13” 1p.

** no. 2532 (Jan. 26, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2533 (Feb. 2, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2539 (Mar. 16, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2540 (Mar. 23, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2563 (Aug. 31, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2566 (Sep. 21, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2568 (Oct. 5, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2569 (Oct. 12, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2571 (Oct. 26, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2580 (Dec. 28, 1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2582 (Jan. 11, 1992.) a. “Number 13.” 1p. b. “Photolaphs.” 1p. v Dad.

** no. 2586 (Feb. 8, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2592 (Mar. 21, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2594 (Apr. 4, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2595 (Apr. 11, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2596 (Apr. 18, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2597 (Apr. 25, 1992.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2600 (May 16, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2602 (May 30, 1992.) “Getting to Know You: Beano Character File. Name: Sabre the Brick (from ‘Number 13’)” 1p.v Boris, Dad, Fiendish.

** no. 2604 (June 13, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2606 (June 27, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2610 (July 25, 1992.) “Getting to Know You: Beano Character File. Name: Fiendish the Bat (from ‘Number 13’)” 1p.v Boris, Dad, Fiendish.

** no. 2611 (Aug. 1, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2612 (Aug. 8, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2613 (Aug. 15, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

___ no. 2614 (Aug. 22, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2615 (Aug. 29, 1992.) a. “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club.” 1p. v Boris. b. “Gnasher and Gnipper.” 1p. v Dracula (pseudo-vampire, in  a movie.)

** no. 2616 (Sep. 5, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2617 (Sep. 12, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2618 (Sep. 19, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2619 (Sep. 26, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2620 (Oct. 3, 1992.) “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club.” 1p. v Boris.

** no. 2621 (Oct. 10, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2622 (Oct. 17, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2624 (Oct. 31, 1992.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2627 (Nov. 21, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2630 (Dec. 12, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2631 (Dec. 19, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2632 (Dec. 26, 1992.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2633 (Jan. 2, 1993.) “Les Pretend.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2634 (Jan. 9, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2635 (Jan. 16, 1993.) “Number 13.” 2p. Number 13 characters are also featured on the “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club” page.

** no. 2637 (Jan. 30, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2638 (Feb. 6, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2639 (Feb. 13, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2640 (Feb. 20, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2641 (Feb. 27, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2642 (Mar. 6, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2643 (Mar. 13, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2644 (Mar. 20, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2646 (Apr. 3, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2647 (Apr. 10, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p. Boris is also featured on the “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club” page.

** no. 2649 (Apr. 24, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2650 (May 1, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2651 (Feb. 6, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2652 (May 15, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2653 (May 22, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2654 (May 29, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2656 (June 12, 1993.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2657 (June 19, 1993.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2658 (June 26, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2659 (July 3, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2661 (July 17, 1993.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2662 (July 24, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2664 (Aug. 7, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2665 (Aug. 14, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2666 (Aug. 21, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2668 (Sep. 4, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2671 (Sep. 25, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2673 (Oct. 9, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2674 (Oct. 16, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2676 (Oct. 30, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2678 (Nov. 13, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2679 (Nov. 20, 1993.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2681 (Dec. 4, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2682 (Dec. 11, 1983.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2683 (Dec. 18, 1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2684 (Dec. 25, 1993.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2685 (Jan. 1, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2686 (Jan. 8, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2688 (Jan. 22, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2689 (Jan. 29, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2691 (Feb. 12, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2692 (Feb. 19, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2693 (Feb. 26, 1994.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2695 (Mar. 12, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2697 (Mar. 26, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2699 (Apr. 9, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2700 (Apr. 16, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2703 (May 7, 1994.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2704 (May 14, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2705 (May 21, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2706 (May 28, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2707 (June 4, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2708 (June 11, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2710 (June 25, 1994.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2711 (July 2, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2712 (July 9, 1994.) “Seeing Stars.” 1p. v Boris.

** no. 2713 (July 16, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2714 (July 23, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p. Number 13 characters are also featured on the “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club” page.

** no. 2715 (July 30, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2718 (Aug. 20, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2719 (Aug. 27, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2722 (Sep. 17, 1994.) “Things to Do with a Retired Vampire” by Katie Bromage (a reader.) 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2725 (Oct. 8, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2727 (Oct. 22, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2730 (Nov. 12, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2731 (Nov. 19, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p. Boris is also featured on the “Dennis the Menace Fan’s Club” page.

** no. 2732 (Nov. 26, 1994.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2734 (Dec. 10. 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

­­** no. 2736 (Dec. 24, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2737 (Dec. 31, 1994.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2738 (Jan. 7, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2741 (Jan. 28, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2745 (Feb. 25, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2746 (Mar. 4, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2747 (Mar. 11, 1995) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2749 (Mar. 25, 1995.) “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club.” 2p. v Boris, Dad.

** no. 2750 (Apr. 1, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2752 (Apr. 15, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2754 (Apr. 29, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2757 (May 20, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2758 (May 27, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2762 (June 24, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2763 (July 1, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2764 (July 8, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2766 (July 22, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2769 (Aug. 12, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2770 (Aug. 19, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2773 (Sep. 9, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2774 (Sep. 16, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2775 (Sep. 23, 1995.) a. “Doctor, Doctor!” 2p. v Boris, Dad. b. “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2776 (Sep. 30, 1995.) a. “Hey! What’s Cooking?” 2p. v Boris. b. “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2778 (Oct. 14, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2779 (Oct. 21, 1995.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2781 (Nov. 4, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2785 (Dec. 2, 1995.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2790 (Jan. 6, 1996.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2791 (Jan. 13, 1996.) “Car-toon Time.” 2p. v Boris, Dad.

** no. 2792 (Jan. 20, 1996.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2793 (Jan. 27, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2794 (Feb. 3, 1996.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2795 (Feb. 10, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2802 (Mar. 30, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2803 (Apr. 6, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2804 (Apr. 13, 1996.) a. “Dennis the Menace Fan Club.” 2p. v Dad. b. “Number 13.” 2p. 

** no. 2805 (Apr. 20, 1996.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2807 (May 4, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2811 (June 1, 1996.) a. “The Beano Guide to Bands.” 2p. v Boris, Dad. b. “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club.” 1p. v Boris, Dad.

** no. 2813 (June 15, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2816 (July 6, 1996.) “Vampires….” 2p. v Dad.

** no. 2817 (July 13, 1996.) a. “Les Pretend.” 1p. v Bat. b. “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2819 (July 27, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2820 (Aug. 3, 1996.) a. “The Adventures of Quicky.” 1p. v Unnamed (Game.) b. “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2821 (Aug. 10, 1996.) “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club.” 1p. v Boris.  Number 13 characters appear on the joke page.

** no. 2823 (Aug. 24, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2827 (Sep. 21, 1996.) a. “Joe King’s House of Horrors.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Number 13.” 1p

** no. 2828 (Sep. 28, 1996.) a. “Number 13.” 1p. b. “Coasting!” 1p. v Boris.

** no. 2829 (Oct. 5, 1999.) “Dennis the Menace.” 3p. v vampire bat.

** no. 2830 (Oct. 12, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2833 (Nov. 2, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2836 (Nov. 23, 1996.) “Number 13.” 2p.

** no. 2839 (Dec. 14, 1996.) “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Cub.” 1p. v Boris.

** no. 2840 (Dec. 21, 1996.) a. “Number 13.” 1p. b. “Welcome to the Hotel Beanotown!” 1p. v Boris, Dad.

** no. 2842 (Jan. 4, 1997.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2844 (Jan. 18, 1997.) “Joe King.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 2845 (Jan. 25, 1997.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2847 (Feb. 8, 1997.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2848 (Feb. 15, 1997.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2850 (Mar. 1, 1997.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2851 (Mar. 8, 1997.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2853 (Mar. 22, 1997.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2855 (Apr. 5, 1997.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2856 (Apr. 12, 1997.) “Cornelius: Kellogg’s Corn Flakes” (promotional comic.) 1p. v The Count. w Cornelius.

** no. 2862 (May 24, 1997.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2863 (May 31, 1997.) Number 13 characters are featured on the “Dennis the Menace Fan’s Club” page.

** no. 2864 (June 7, 1997.) “He Must Be – Joe King.” 1p. v Boris.

** no. 2867 (June 28, 1997.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2869 (July 12, 1997.) “Les Pretend.” 1p. v Les (as Dracula.)

** no. 2876 (Aug. 30, 1997.) Number 13 characters are featured on the “Dennis the Menace Fan’s Club” page.

** no. 2877 (Sep. 6, 1997.) Number 13 characters are featured on the “Dennis the Menace Fan’s Club” page.

** no. 2881 (Oct. 4, 1997.) “Billy Whizz.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2884 (Oct. 25, 1997.) “Strings at Hallowe’en” (promotional comic for Cheestrings the Peelable Stringy Cheese.) 1p. v pseudo-vampire.

** no. 2889 (Nov. 29, 1997.) “Dennis the Menace’s Fan Club.” 1p. v Boris (drawing by a fan).

** no. 2896 (Jan. 17, 1998.) “Joe King.” 1p. v vampire bat.

** no. 2903 (Mar. 7, 1998.) “Joe King’s Photo-Laughs.” 1p. v Joe (as a vampire,) pseudo-vampire boy and girl.

** no. 2905 (Mar. 21, 1998.) “Ball Boy.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2913 (May 16, 1988.) a. “Joe King.” 1p. v Joe King (as pseudo-vampire.) b. “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2920 (July 4, 1998.) “The Bash Street Kids.” 2p. v teacher as vampire.

** no. 2924 (Aug. 1, 1998.) a. “Joe King.” 1p. v Boris. b. “The 60ty Birthday Beano Poster.” 2p. v Boris.

** no. 2935 (Oct. 17, 1998.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2937 (Oct. 31, 1998.) Untitled promotional comic for Kellogg’s Corn Flakes. 1p. v Halloween boy as pseudo-vampire.

** no. 2948 (Jan. 16, 1999.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2950 (Jan. 30, 1999.) “Only in The Beano” (preview of next issue.) 1p. v Boris, Dad.

** no. 2951 (Feb. 6, 1999.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2954 (Feb. 27, 1999.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2960 (Apr. 10, 1999.) “Beano Photo Laffs.” 1p. v Dad (from “Number 13.”)

** no. 2970 (June 19, 1999.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 2988 (Oct. 23, 1999.) Preview of next issue. 1p. v Dennis as Dracula.

** no. 2989 (Oct. 30, 1999.) “Dennis the Menace and Gnasher.” 2p. v Dennis as Dracula. Cover: Dennis as Dracula and Gnasher as vampire bat.

** no. 3005 (Feb. 19, 2000.) “Ivy the Terrible.” 2p. v vampire dolls.

** no. 3009 (Mar. 18, 2000.) “The Numbskulls.” 2p. v Unnamed, pseudo-vampire.

** no. 3041 (Oct. 28, 2000.) Cover: Gnasher as a vampire bat. No vampire content.

The Beano Book. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] hb. anth. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 49 (1989.) a. “Girls, Girls, Girls.” 16p. v Boris, Dad, Fiendish. b. “Number 13.” 2 stories, 3p. each. v Boris, Dad, Fiendish.

** no. 50 (1990.) a. “Ghostly Gags.” 2p. v Boris, Dad, Fiendish (from “Number 13.”) b. “No. 13.” 3p. v Boris, Fiendish c. “The 3 Bears.” 3p. v vampire bats. d. “What’s on Beanotown T.V. ?” 2p. v Boris.

** no. 51 (1991.) “No. 13.” 4p.

** no. 52 (1992.) a. “A Nightmare on Bash Street.” 6p. v Unnamed (in  a nightmare), pseudo-vampire (at Halloween party.) b. “No.13.” 3p.

** no. 53 (1993.) "Number 13.” 3p. v Dad, Boris, Fiendish (+ cameos in internal front and back covers.)

** no. 55 (1995.) "Smudge Visits Number 13." 4p. v Boris.

** no. 56 (1996.) a. “Number 13.” 3p. v Boris. b. "Spooky Sports (As Played by These Weirdos From Number 13.)” 2p. v Boris, Fiendish, Dad.

** no. 57 (1997.) a. “Biffo.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Number 13.” 3p. v Boris, Dad, Fiendish.

** no. 58 (1998.) a. “All They Need is Love.” 2p. v Dad (from “Number 13.”) b. "Let’s Take a Look Inside.” 1p. v Dad (from "Number 13.”) c. “Number 13.” 4p. v Dad, Boris, Fiendish.

** no. 59 (1999.) a. “Ghost Train.” 2p. v Dracula. b. “When They Get Married.” 1p. v Unnamed.

Beano Comic Library. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] b&w. anth. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

___ no. 35 (1983.) "Dennis and Gnasher Meet Count Whackula" 66p. v Count Whackula.

** no. 132 (1987.) “Dracula Spectacula.” 64p. v Albert Dracula, Batula (vampire bat.)

Beano Fun Size. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] hb. anth. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 16 (1988.) “Number 13.” 1p.

Beano Special. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] mag.

___ no. 20 (1990.) “The Bash Street Kids: The Transylvania Trip.” v various.

Beano Summer Special. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] mag.

___ The Beano Summer Special was issued annually since 1964 and included an anthology of the comic strips from The Beano. Among the strips included in the 1980s and early 1990s was a one-page strip, "Number 13," that featured a vampire, Boris, his dad, and a vampire bat, Fiendish. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (1988.) “Number 13.” 1p. v Boris, Fiendish, Dad.

** (1989.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 29 (1991.) “Number 13.” 1p.

** no. 31 (1993.) “Number 13.” 1p.

Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children. See: Arnold: Confessions of a Blood Junkie.

Bedlam. Eclipse Comics. anth.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1985.) a. "Lo" by Stephen R. Bissette. 3p. v Unnamed. b. "Sneaky Pete" by Veitch. 5p. v Pete, a psychic vampire. Cover: Stephen Bissette.

The Beezer/The Beezer and Cracker. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] mag.

____ (1956-1993.) The Beezer was published weekly between Jan. 21, 1956 and Aug. 21, 1993. In 1976 it incorporated Cracker, thus becoming The Beezer and Cracker. From Cracker it incorporated a strip called “Little ‘Orror,” featuring Little ‘Orror, a vampire. The list of vampire issues is semi-complete.

** no. 1079 (Sep. 18, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1080 (Sep. 25, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1081 (Oct. 2, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1082 (Oct. 9, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1083 (Oct. 16, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1084 (Oct. 23, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1085 (Oct. 30, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1086 (Nov. 6, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1087 (Nov. 13, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1088 (Nov. 20, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror” 1p.

** no. 1089 (Nov. 27, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1090 (Dec. 4, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1091 (Dec. 11, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1092 (Dec. 18, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1093 (Dec. 25, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1095 (Jan. 8, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1096 (Jan. 15, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1098 (Jan. 29, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1100 (Feb. 12, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1101 (Feb. 19, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1102 (Feb. 26, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1103 (Mar. 5, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1104 (Mar. 12, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1108 (Apr. 9, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1110 (Apr. 23, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1111 (Apr. 30, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1112 (May 7, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1114 (May 21, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1115 (May 28, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1121 (July 9, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1123 (July 23, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1124 (July 30, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1125 (Aug. 6, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1127 (Aug. 20, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1128 (Aug. 27, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1129 (Sep. 3, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1131 (Sep. 17, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1133 (Oct. 1, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1135 (Oct. 15, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1136 (Oct. 22, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1138 (Nov. 5, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1139 (Nov. 12, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1140 (Nov. 19, 1977.) a. “Little ‘Orror.” 1p. b. “Young Foo: The Kung-fu Kid.” 1p. v Basher (pseudo-vampire,) dressed as Dracula.

** no. 1141 (Nov. 26, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1142 (Dec. 3, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1143 (Dec. 10, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1144 (Dec. 17, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

___ no. 1145 (Dec. 24, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1146 (Dec. 31, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1147 (Jan. 7, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1148 (Jan. 14, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1149 (Jan. 21, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1150 (Jan. 28, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1151 (Feb. 4, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1152 (Feb. 11, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1153 (Feb. 18, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1154 (Feb. 25, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1155 (Mar. 4, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1156 (Mar. 11, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1157 (Mar. 18, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1158 (Mar. 25, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1159 (Apr. 1, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1160 (Apr. 8, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1161 (Apr. 15, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1162 (Apr. 22, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1163 (Apr. 29, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1164 (May 6, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1165 (May 13, 1978 .) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1166 (May 20, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1167 (May 27, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1168 (June 3, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1169 (June 10, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1170 (June 17, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1171 (June 24, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1172 (July 1, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1173 (July 8, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1174 (July 15, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1175 (July 22, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1176 (July 29, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1177 (Aug. 5, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1178 (Aug. 12, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1179 (Aug. 19, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1180 (Aug. 26, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1181 (Sep. 2, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1182 (Sep. 9, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1183 (Sep. 16, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1184 (Sep. 23, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1185 (Sep. 30, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1186 (Oct. 7, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1187 (Oct. 14, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1188 (Oct. 21, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1189 (Oct. 28, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1190 (Nov. 4, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1191 (Nov. 11, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1192 (Nov. 18, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1193 (Nov. 25, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1194 (Dec. 2, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1195 (Dec. 9, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1196 (Dec. 16, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1197 (Dec. 23, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1198 (Dec. 30, 1978.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1199 (Jan. 6, 1979.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1201 (Jan. 20, 1979.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

___ no. 1202 (Jan. 27, 1979.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1203 (Feb. 3, 1979.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1204 (Feb. 10, 1979.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1205 (Feb. 17, 1979.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1206 (Feb. 24, 1979.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 1267 (Apr. 26, 1980.) “Antchester United.” 1p. v Desmond Dracula (Transylvanian soccer player.)

** no. 1656 (Oct. 10, 1987.) “Clockwise Cartoons.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 1659 (Oct. 31, 1987.) “True Brit.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 1661 (Nov. 14, 1987.) “Clockwise Cartoons.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 1675 (Feb. 20, 1988.) “Count Spatula.” 1p.

** no. 1679 (Mar. 19, 1988.) a. “Blast from the Past.” 1p. v Little ‘Orror. b. “Count Spatula.” 1p. v Count Spatula, “the worst vampire in the world!” c. “The Numskulls.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 1680 (Mar. 26, 1988.) “Count Spatula.” 1p.

** no. 1682 (Apr. 9, 1988.) “Count Spatula.” 1p.

** no. 1685 (Apr. 30, 1988.) “Count Spatula.” 1p.

** no. 1691 (June 11, 1988.) “Count Spatula.” 1p.

** no. 1692 (June 18, 1988.) a. “Count Spatula.” 1p. b. “Little Mo.” 1p. v Count Spatula.

** no. 1694 (July 2, 1988.) “Count Spatula.” 1p.

** no. 1695 (July 9, 1988.) “Count Spatula.” 1p.

** no. 1697 (July 23, 1988.) a. “Count Spatula.” 1p. b. “You Are the Detective.” 1p. v Count Spatula.

** no. 1701 (Aug. 20, 1988.) “Count Spatula.” 1p.

** no. 1708 (Oct. 8, 1988.) “Blinky.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 1710 (Oct. 22, 1988.) “Porky.” 1p. v Count Spatula.

** no. 1728 (Feb. 25, 1989.) “Adrian the Barbarian.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 1737 (Apr. 29, 1989.) “Club 5.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 1784 (Mar. 24, 1990.) “Adrian the Barbarian.” 1p. v Dracula.

The Beezer and Topper. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] mag.

** no. 108 (Oct. 10, 1992.) a. “Adrian The Barbarian.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “Ghost!” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 111 (Oct. 31, 1992.) a. “Horribly Good Hallowe’en.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Ha-Ha-Hallowe’en!” 1p. v Unnamed. c. “Will You Pass Ishara’s Tests of Time?” 1p. v Dracula (Game.)

The Beezer Book. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] hb.

** (1991.) “Everybody Needs Weird Neighbours!” 1p. v Unnamed. w. Adrian the Barbarian.

** (1993.) “Blinky.” 3p. v Unnamed (pseudo-vampire.)

** (1996.) “The Banana Bunch” [untitled; serves as indicia page.] 1p. v Brainy (as Dracula.)

The Beezer Summer Special. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] mag. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

___ (1991.) “Our Summer Sun.” 1p. v Dracula.

Before the Fantastic Four: The Storms. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Dec. 2000.) “Burn Victims” by Terry Kavanagh & Charlie Adlard. 23p. v Dracula.

Continuing series.

Beowulf. DC.

** no. 4 (Oct./Nov. 1975.) "Valley in the Shadow of Death!" by Michael Uslan & Riccardo Villamonte et al. 18p. v Vlad the Impaler (Dracula.)

The Best of Buster Monthly. IPC Magazines/Fleetway. b&w. mag.

/// The Best of Buster Monthly reprinted material from Buster. Among the strips reprinted were "Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective” and “Fright School.” The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (July 1987.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2 stories 1p. each.

** (Aug. 1987.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Sep. 1987.) a. “All Humans Tall and Small.” 1p. v Count Dracula. b. “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Dec. 1987.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2 stories 1p. each.

** (Jan. 1988.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 1988.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2 stories 1p. each.

** (Sep. 1988.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 1988.) “Deadley Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Feb. 1989.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Apr. 1989.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 1989.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2 stories 1p. each.

___ (July 1989.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2p.

___ (Sep. 1989.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2p.

** (Nov. 1989.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 1990.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 1990.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 1991.) “Fright School.” 2 stories 2p. each.

** (Jan. 1992.) “Fright School.” 2 stories 2p. each.

** (Apr. 1992.) a. “Fright School.” 3 stories 2p. each. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (May 1992.) “Fright School.” 2 stories 2p. each.

___ (Dec. 1993.) a. “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

___ (Jan. 1994.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

___ (May 1994.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2p.

___ (Sep. 1994.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2p.

___ (Nov. 1994.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

The Best of Buster and Funny Monthly. Fleetway [U.K.] b&w. mag. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (June 1994.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2 stories 1p. the first, 2p. the second

** (July 1994) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2 stories 1p. each.

** (Aug. 1994) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2 stories 1p. each.

** (Oct. 1994) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Dec. 1994) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2 stories 1p. each.

The Best of Cracker. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] mag. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (Apr. 23, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** (May 7, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** (Aug. 27, 1977.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

The Best of Creepy. Tempo Books/Gosset & Dunlap. b&w. tpb. rpt. anth.

** (1971.) a. "Grave Undertaking" by Archie Goodwin & Alex Toth. 6p. v various [Creepy #5 (1965.)] b. "Vampires Fly at Dusk" by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 6p. v Elena [Creepy #1 (1964.)] Cover: Frank Frazetta.

The Best of Crypt of Dawn. Sirius. b&w. tpb. rpt. anth.

** (2000) “Vicariosity” by Joseph Michael Linsner & Mitch Waxman. 10p. v Tobias Esque.

The Best of Dark Horse Presents. Dark Horse. b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (1989.) a. “Hellwalk, Inc.: ‘Cortege’” by J.M. DeMatteis & Mark Badger. 9p. v Max [Dark Horse Presents #2 (1986)] b. “Mr. Monster: His World” by Michael T. Gilbert 11p. v various [Dark Horse Presents #14 (1988)]

The Best of DC. DC. Digest. rpt. horror anth.

** vol. 2, no. 3 (Jan./Feb. 1980.) “The Super Friends: The Monster Menace!” by E. Nelson Bridwell & Ramona Fradon & Bob Smith. 17p. v Batman, Bat-Woman (vampire-like members of a Justice League from another planet.) [Super Friends no. 10 (Feb./Mar. 1978.)]

** no. 10 (Mar. 1981.) “Power of the Parasite” by Jim Shooter & Al Plastino. 14p. v The Parasite [Action Comics #340 (1966.)]

** no. 32 (Jan. 1983.) a. “The Man Who Murdered the Earth” by Len Wein & Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson. 18p. v The Galactic Golem (energy-draining space vampire) [Superman vol. 1, no. 248 (1972.)] b. “Power of the Parasite” by Jim Shooter & Al Plastino. 14p. v The Parasite [Action Comics #340 (1966.)]

** no. 35 (Apr. 1983.) Cover says: "Year's Best Comics Stories." "Manhattan Interlude” by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn. 10p. v Andrew Bennett [House of Mystery #310 (1982.)]

** no. 35a Canadian edition. Price in Canadian dollars only.

** no. 51 (Aug. 1984.) a. "Dread Night of the Jaguar" by Bob Rozakis, Marshall Rogers & Terry Austin et al. 10p. v Man-Bat [The Batman Family #12 (1977.)] b. "The Man Who Melted Manhattan!" by Bob Rozakis & Don Newton et al. 30p. v Man-Bat [The Batman Family #13 (1977.)]

** no. 56 (Jan. 1985.) “Fury of the Energy-Eater!” by Len Wein & Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson. 15p. v The Galactic Golem [Superman vol. 1, no. 258 (1972.)]

** no. 60 (May 1985.) “What Are Little Ghouls Made of?” by E. Nelson Bridwell & Sergio Aragonés. 3p. v The Bat-Brats [Plop #12 (1975.)]

** no. 63 (Aug. 1985.) "Vampire at the Circus" by Edwing & Manak. 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 63a. Canadian edition. Price indicated as $ 2.00 only rather than $ 1.50.

The Best of Drag Cartoons. Rex Publishing Company. b&w. rpt. mag.

** no. 1 (1968.) “The Dragula Story” by Alex Toth. 5p. v Dragula (vampire-like monster born from a fuel explosion) [Drag Cartoons #9 (1964.)]

** no. 2 (1969.) “Integration Situation!” by Alex Toth. 5p. Dragula as host [Drag Cartoons #­­­? (?.)]

The Best of Krazy. IPC Magazines [U.K.]

** (1978.) Vampire on cover. No vampire content.

The Best of National Lampoon. National Lampoon, Inc. b&w. rpt. mag.

** no. 3 (1972.) "Dragula: Queen of Darkness" by Tony Hendra & Neal Adams and Frank Frazetta. 8p. v Dragula [National Lampoon vol. 1, no. 20 (1971.)]

The Best of Nightmare and Psycho. Great Sky, Inc. mag. anth.

___ no. 2 (1999.) "The Funeral Bridge" by Al Hewetson and Xirinius. 7p. v various.

The Best of Northstar. Arpad Publishing. b&w. Horror anth.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1992.) "Zeitgeist" by James O’Barr. 9p. v The Countess. Cover: Kelley Jones.

The Best of 2000 AD Monthly. Fleetway [U.K.] b&w. rpt. mag.

** no. 96 (Sep. 1993.) Parts 1 to 12. “Strontium Dog: Bitch” by Alan Grant & Carlos Ezquerra. 62p. v Durham Red [2000 AD #505-516 (1987.)]

** no. 97 (Oct. 1993.) Parts 13 to 25 “Strontium Dog: Bitch.” 66p. [2000 AD #518-529 (1987.)]

The Best of Whizzer and Chips. Fleetway [U.K.] mag. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (Nov. 1985.) “Strange Hill”. 3 stories, 2p. each. v Unnamed.

___ (May 1986.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Vince.

** (June 1986.) a. “Paws.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Strange Hill.” 2 stories, 2p. each.

** (July 1986.) “Strange Hill.” 2 stories, 2p. each

___ (May 1987.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Vince.

** (Jan. 1989.) “The Buytonic Boy in Transylvania.” 8p. v Dracula c. Steve Ford.

** (Aug. 1990.) “Happy Families.” 2p. v pseudo-vampire (boy with a vampire mask.)

The Best of Whoopee! Monthly. IPC Magazines [U.K.] mag.

The Best of Whoopee! Monthly was published between 1985-1995 and reprinted stories from Whoopee!. They included “Fun-Fear,” a strip about a carrousel whose owner was a vampire, “Scream Inn,” where it is the innkeeper who is a vampire. “Spooktakular 7” and “Creepy Car” also occasionally featured vampires. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (June 1985.) “Fun-Fear.” (2 stories, one page each.) v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 1985.) “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 1985.) a. “Fun-Fear.” (2 stories, one page each.) v Unnamed. b.“Smiler.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Oct. 1985.) “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 1985.) a. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Frankie Stein.” 2p. v Dracula.

** (Dec. 1985.) a. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Creepy Car.” 1p. v Count Dracula.

Beta Sexus. Eros Comix. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1994.) "Victims" by Peter Bollinger. 22p. v Vanessa.

** no. 2 (July 1994.) "Reunion." 22p.

** no. 3 (May 1995.) "Arrival." 22p.

Rpt. as a tpb. Beta Sexus (1996.)

Beta Sexus. Eros Comix. b&w. Adult. Oversize format. tpb.

** (1996.) By Peter Bollinger. 66p. Eros Graphic Album #26. Rpt. of Beta Sexus # 1-3 (1994-95.)

Bethany the Vampfire. Brainstorm. b&w. Adult.

** no. 0 (1997.) By Fauve (Holly Golightly.) 20p. v Bethany. Cover: Fauve.

** no. 0a Nude edition. Cover: Fauve.

___ no. 0b Luxury edition. Cover: Model (Manion Kelley) photo.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1997.) 18p. Cover: Fauve.

___ no. 1a Photo Cover edition. Cover: Model (Manion Kelley) photo.

** no. 1b Luxury edition. Cover: Rick Frane.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1998.) 17p. Cover: Fauve.

** no. 2a Photo Cover edition. Cover: Model (Manion Kelley) photo.

** no. 2b Luxury edition. Cover: Fauve and Roy Young.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1998.) 13p. Cover: Fauve and Roy Young.

** no. 3a Nude edition. Cover: Fauve and Roy Young.

** no. 3b Photo Cover edition. Cover: Model (Manion Kelley) photo.

Betty and Me. Close-Up Inc. anth.

** no. 79 (Oct. 1976.) "Betty Cooper, Betty Cooper." 22p. v Uncle Drago.

** no. 80 (Dec. 1976.) "Betty Cooper, Betty Cooper." 22p. v Uncle Drago.

** no. 81 (Feb. 1977.) "Betty Cooper, Betty Cooper." 20p. v Uncle Drago.

** no. 180 (Jan. 1990.) "The Eyes Have It." 1p. v Unnamed.

Betty and Veronica. Close-Up, Inc. anth.

** no. 16 (Dec. 1988.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 16a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 95 cents.

Betty and Veronica Spectacular. Archie. anth.

** no. 18 (Apr. 1996.) “Fashion Fiasco” by George Gladir & Dan DeCarlo. 5p. v Unnamed (pseudo-vampire.)

Beware! Trojan Magazines/Merit Publ. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 9 (May 1954.) "Vampire's Roost” by Art Gates. 8p. v Helena and Count Otto Sandor, and Helen and Arthur Sanders [rpt. as redrawn by Reynoso and retitled: "House of Vampires," in Tales of Voodoo vol. 4, no. 5 (1971,) and vol. 6 no. 3 (1973;) Witches' Tales vol. 2, no. 3 (1970.)]

** no. 15 (sic) (May 1953.) Cover: Harry Harrison. No vampire content.

Beware. Marvel. rpt. anth.

** no. 4 (Sep. 1973.) "A Shriek in the Night" by Stan Lee. 3p. v Unnamed.

The Beyond. Ace Magazines. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1951.) "The Mystery of Lunablanca." 8p. v Countess Sinistra.

** no. 5 (July 1951.) “Big Top Nightmare.” 7p. v Countess Elyra Barovna. [rpt. in The Hand of Fate #25 (1954.)]

** no. 6 (Sep. 1951.) "Black Wings of the Demon Gondolier." 7p. v Vincenzo Triano.

** no. 8 (Jan. 1952.) “Daughters of Doom.” 7p. v Lydia.

** no. 9 (Mar. 1952.) “Vampire of the Opera.” 7p. v Madame Pourette.

** no. 11 (May. 1952.) a. "Moon-God's Death-Dealing Idol." 7p. v Luana. b. "The Terror of St. Gille." 2p. Text.

** no. 12 (June 1952.) “Victims of the Twin Scourges.” 7p. v Lyda Jurgen.

** no. 17 (Nov. 1952.) "I Walked at Midnight." 7p. v Oscar Townsend, Marella Shepley.

** no. 19 (Mar. 1953.) "The Vampire of Montmartre." 7p. v Alphonsine.

** no. 22 (Sep. 1953.) “Prey for the Vampire Horde” by Lou Cameron. 7p. v Count Pramevi and his minions.

** no. 26 (1954.) "The Secret of Thurman Renauld" by Lou Cameron. 7p. v Thurman Renauld [rpt. in Halloween Horror #1 (1987.)]

Beyond Help. Gretown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. anth. mag.

__ no. 1 (n.d. [1970s.]) "The Green Tower.” 6p. v Unnamed.

Beyond the Grave. Charlton. Horror anth.

** no. 2 (1975.) "Bats!" 1p. v Unnamed female. Cover: Steve Ditko [issue rpt. by Modern Comics, 1978.]

** no. 5 (Apr. 1976.) "By the Dawn's Early Light" by Bob Ingersoll & Charles Nicholas et al. 7p. v Count Wozniak. Cover: Steve Ditko.

** no. 7 (Jan. 1983.) Vampire cover: Steve Ditko (same as #2.) No vampire content.

** no. 15 (June 1984.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 15a. Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents.

Beyond the Grave. Modern Comics. Horror anth.

** no. 2 (1978.) "Bats!" 1p. v Unnamed female. Cover: Steve Ditko. Rpt. of Beyond the Grave (Charlton) #2 (1975.)

Big Bad Blood of Dracula. Apple Press. b&w. Dracula anth.

** no. 1 (July 1991.) a. Part 1, Dracula Meets Cadavera. "Batty and Herritic" by J. M. M. (J. Mike McCarthy.) 8p. v Cadavera and Dracula. b. “A Chronology of Dracula” by Rick Shanklin & Mark Wheatley. 9p. Article. Cover: Mike McCarthy and Mark Wheatley.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1991.) a. “A Chronology of Dracula” by Rick Shanklin & Mark Wheatley. 8p. Article. b. Part 2, Dracula Meets Cadavera. "Jayne." 12p. c. "Stake-Out" by Bernie Wrightson. 3p. v Unnamed. Cover: Mike McCarthy and Mark Wheatley.

Note: Back cover #2 "Victims of Dracula!" lists the names of the winners of the Blood of Dracula Cover Contest.

Big Bang Comics. Image.

** vol. 2, no. 16 (Jan. 1998.) “Johnny Ruckus and the Monster Patrol” by Frank Kurtz. 9p. v Unnamed, Lugosi-inspired.

Big Black Kiss. Vortex Comics, Canada. b&w. rpt. Adult.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1989.) By Howard Chaykin. 44p. v Beverly Grove [Black Kiss #1-4 (1988.)]

** no. 2 (Oct. 1989.) 44p. [Black Kiss #5-8 (1988-89.)]

** no. 3 (Nov. 1989.) 44p. [Black Kiss #9-12 (1989.)]

The Big Book of Bad. New York: Factoid Books/Paradox Press. b&w. anth. Oversize format.

** (1998.) a. "Dracula" by Jon Bogdanove. 4p. b. "Fritz Haarman: the Vampire of Hanover" by Lennoie Mace. 4p.

The Big Book of Death. New York: Paradox Press, 1995. b&w. tpb. Large format. Cover says: “Factoid Books.”

** (1995.) “The Vampire!” by Bronwyn Carlton and Jim Fern. 3p. v various “vampire wanna-bes.”

The Big Comic. Fleetway [U.K.] b&w. mag.

/// The Big Comic (later “Big Comic Fortnightly”) reprinted material from various Fleetway comic titles such as Buster and Whizzer and Chips. It included some of the vampire-oriented material which had appeared in these different titles, among others “Deadly Hedley Vampire Detective,” “Creepy Comix,” and “Fun-Fear.” The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 2 (June 25/July 8, 1988.) “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 3 (July 9-22, 1988.) "Part Time Jobs for Monsters." 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 4 (July 23 – Aug. 5, 1988.) “X-Ray Specs.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 5 (Aug. 6-19, 1988.) a. “’Orrible Hole.” 1p. v. Unnnamed (from “Fun-Fear,”) as host. b. “PongAlongaPongo” by Ian Knox. 2p. v Pongo as “Pongo, Prince of Darkness” (pseudo-vampire.)

** no. 6 (Aug. 20/Sep. 2, 1988.) “Deadly Hedley: Vampire Detective.” 2p.

** no. 7 (Sep. 3-16, 1988.) “Deadly Hedley: Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** no. 8 (Sep. 17-30, 1988.) “Deadly Hedley: Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** no. 9 (Oct. 1-14, 1988.) “Deadly Hedley: Vampire Detective.” 2p.

** no. 10 (Oct. 15-28, 1988.) “Deadly Hedley: Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** no. 11 (Oct. 29 – Nov. 11, 1988.) “Deadly Hedley: Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** no. 12 (Nov. 12-25, 1988.) “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 14 (Dec. 10-23, 1988.) “Deadly Hedley: Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** no. 16 (Jan. 7-20, 1989.) “When I Was Young… by Dracula.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 18 (Feb. 4-17, 1989.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 24 (Apr. 29/May 12, 1989.) “Toothbrush Titters.” 1p. v Unnamed (Game.)

** no. 27 (June 10-23, 1989.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 28 (June 24/July 7, 1989.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 29 (July 8-21, 1989.) “Creepy Comix.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 33 (Sep. 2-15, 1989.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 34 (Sep. 16-29, 1989.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 36 (Oct. 14-27, 1989.) “Creepy Comix.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 37 (Oct. 28/Nov. 10, 1989.) a. “Animalad.” 1p. v vampire bat. b. “Boy Boss.” 2p. v Unnamed. c. “A Crazy Look at Horror.” 1p. v Dracula. d. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula. e. “The Grim Gym.” 1p. v Unnamed. f. “Sweeny Toddler.” 2p. v Teddy. g. “Worldwide School.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 38 (Nov. 11-24, 1989.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v vampire bat.

** no. 42 (Jan. 6-19, 1990.) a. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v vampire bat. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** no. 50 (Apr. 28/May 11, 1990.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 52 (May 26/June 8, 1990.) Cover. a. “Boy Boss.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Will Power.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 53 (June 9-22, 1990.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 54 (June 23/July 6, 1990.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 56 (July 21/Aug. 3, 1990.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 60 (Sep. 15-28, 1990.) “’Orrible Hole.” 1p. v. Unnnamed (from “Fun-Fear,”) as host.

** no. 61 (Sep. 29 – Oct. 12, 1990.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** no. 62 (Oct. 13-26, 1990.) a. “Mummy’s Boy.” 1p. v Unnamed (in a picture.) b. “The Spooktacular 7.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 65 (Aug. 31/Sep. 13, 1991.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v student and teacher with Dracula mask (pseudo-vampires.)

** no. 66 (Dec. 8-21, 1990.) a. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “Deadly Hedley: The Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** no. 79 (June 8-21, 1991.) a. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v bats. b. “The Spooktacular 7.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 87 (Sep. 28/Oct. 11, 1991.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 93 (Dec. 21, 1991/Jan. 3, 1992.) “Creepy Car.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 95 (Jan. 18-31, 1992.) Cover: v Dracula. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 96 (Feb. 1-14, 1992.) a. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Unnnamed. b. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v various Unnamed. c. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 97 (Feb. 15-28, 1992.) a. “Creepy Car.” 1p. v Unnamed (from “Fun-Fear,”) as host. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 98 (Feb. 29/Mar. 13, 1992.) a. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 99 (Mar. 14-27, 1992.) a. “Creepy Car.” v Unnamed (from “Fun-Fear”) as host. b. “‘Orrible Hole.” 1p. v Unnamed (from “Fun-Fear”) as host. c. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 101 (Apr. 11-24, 1992.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 102 (Apr. 25/May 8, 1992.) a. “The Spooktacular 7.” 2p. v Number One. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 103 (May 9-22, 1992.) Untitled cartoon: Unnamed vampire and son. 1p.

** no. 104 (May 23/June 5, 1992). “Joker.” 1p. v Joker masked as Dracula (pseudo-vampire.)

** no. 105 (June 6-19, 1992.)”Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** no. 106 (June 30 – July 3, 1992.) a. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Toy Boy.” 1p. v Toy Boy as Dracula (pseudo-vampire.)

** no. 107 (July 4-17, 1992.) “The Spooktacular 7.” 2p. v Number One.

** no. 108 (July 18-31, 1992.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 112 (Sep. 12-25, 1992.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 114 (Oct. 10-23, 1992.) a. “The Grim Gym.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 115 (Oct. 24/Nov. 6, 1992.) “The Spooktacular 7.” 2p. v Number One.

** no. 117 (Nov. 21/Dec. 4, 1992.) a. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 118 (Dec. 5-18, 1992.) a. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 119 (Dec. 19, 1992/Jan. 1, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 120 (Jan. 2-15, 1993.) a. “The Spooktacular 7.” 2p. v Number One. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 121 (Jan. 16-29, 1993.) a. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 122 (Jan. 30/Feb. 12, 1993.) a. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

**   no. 123 (Feb. 13-26, 1993.) a. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “The Spooktacular 7.” 2p. v Number One. c. “Strange Hill.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 124 (Feb. 27/Mar. 12, 1993.) a. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 125 (Mar. 13-26, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p.

** no. 126 (Mar. 27/Apr. 9, 1993.) a. “The Spooktacular 7.” 2p. v Number One. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 127 (Apr. 10-23, 1993.) a. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “The Spooktacular 7.” 2p. v Number One. c. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 128 (Apr. 24/May 7, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2 stories, 2 p. each. v Unnamed.

** no. 129 (May 8-21, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 130 (May 22/June 4, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 131 (June 5-18, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 132 (June 19/July 2, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed. Strange Hill on cover.

** no. 133 (July 3-16, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v vampire bat.

** no. 134 (July 17-30, 1993.) a. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 135 (July 31/Aug. 13, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 138 (Sep. 11-24, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 139 (Sep. 25/Oct. 8, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 140 (Oct. 9-22, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 141 (Oct. 23/Nov. 5, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 142 (Nov. 6-19, 1993.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 143 (Nov. 20/Dec. 3, 1993.) a. “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 145 (Dec. 18-31, 1993.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** no. 147 (Jan. 15-28, 1994.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 150 (Mar. 11, 1994.) a. “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 151 (Mar. 25, 1994.) a. “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p. b. “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 155 (May 20, 1994.) “Strange Hill.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 157 (June 17, 1994.) “X-Ray Specs.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 159 (July 15, 1994.) “Robot Granny.” 2p. v Unnamed (from a ghost train.) Vampire on cover.

** no. 161 (Aug. 12, 1994.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** no. 162 (Aug. 26, 1994.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 163 (Sep. 9, 1994.) “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 164 (Sep. 26, 1994.) “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 165 (Oct. 7, 1964.) a. “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p. b. “X-Ray Specs.” 2p. v Deadly Hedley. A Deadly Hedley sticker is included.

** no. 166 (Oct. 21, 1994.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** no. 167 (Nov. 4, 1994.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

The Big Comic Book. Fleetway [U.K.] hb.The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (1993) a. “Creepy Car.” 2 stories, 1p. each. v Fun-Fear’s vampire as host. b. “Evil Eye.” 1p. v Fun-Fear’s vampire as host. c. “Fun-Fear.” 2 stories, 1p. each. v Unnamed. d. “‘Orrible Hole.” 3 stories,  1p. each . v Fun-Fear’s vampire as host.

  The Big Comic Holiday Special. Fleetway [U.K.] The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (1988.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

  Big Mad on Campus. New York: Warner Books. Mass market paperback.

** (1983.) “When ‘Truth-Advertising’ Laws Apply to Movie Ads” by Tom Koch & Bob Clark.8p. v various [Mad #192 (1977.)]

___ rpt. (1989.) Price indicate as $ 3.50 rather than $ 1.95.

Biggest Greatest Cracked See: Cracked Annuals

Billy Joe Van Helsing: Redneck Vampire Hunter. Alpha Productions. b&w. Satire anth.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1994.) a. "Billy Joe Van Helsing" by Billy (Joe) Keiffer & (Billy) Joe Paradise. 7p. v various. b. "The Grad and Billy Joe Van Helsing" by John Migliore and Bill Keiffer & Tadd Ghostal and Joe Paradise. 6p. v Myer. c. "The Horror of the South!" by Bill Keiffer & Donna Franklin et al. 8p. d. "The Surprise Inside." 1p. c. Lil Billy Joe. Cover: Fred Harper.

Bite of the Scorpion. Gredown. Australia. b&w. magazine.

___ no. 1 (n.d. 1970s.) "The Haunt of Evil. 8p. v. Baron Gorcheck et al.

Bizarre Adventures. Marvel. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 29 (Oct. 1981.) “Greenberg the Vampire” by J.M. DeMatteis & Steve Leialoha. 25p. v Greenberg [rpt. in Greenberg the Vampire (1986.)]

** no. 33 (Dec. 1982.) "The Blood Bequest" by Stephen Perry & S. R. Bissette. Tomb of Dracula Series. 23p. v Dracula [Prince Vladimir Dracula, a.k.a. Vlad the Impaler,] origin. Photo cover.

** no. 33a Canadian edition. Price indicated as $ 1.75.

Bizarre Heroes. See: Megaton Man vs. Forbidden Frankenstein.

Black & White Magic. Innovation. anth.

** no. 1 (1991.) v Lestat appears on the back cover.

Black Cat Mystery Comics. Harvey Comics. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 30 (Aug 1951.) “Gateway to Death” by Anon. & Vic Donahue. 6p. v Dr. Peter Lowry and Professor Markam enter another dimension where they are attacked by bat-like beings led by a beautiful girl [rpt. b&w. in Silver Scream #3 (1991.)] Cover by Lee Elias.

** no. 34 (Apr. 1952.) “Monster Lore!” 2p. A series of vignettes on the "real facts" behind the legends of Frankenstein, Count Dracula, werewolves and mummies.

** no. 35 (May 1952.) “Forbidden Room.” 5p. v Manfred Van Dorn. Note: #35 rpt. as #53.

** no. 39 (Sep. 1952.) “Portrait in Blood.” 4p. v A blood-smeared painting of “The Eater from Space” comes to life and… [rpt. b&w. in Silver Scream #3 (1991.)] Cover by Lee Elias.

** no. 41 (Dec. 1952.) “Beast of Doom.” 5p. v Unnamed

** no. 52 (Oct. 1954.) “The Mark of the Vampire.”Text. 1p. v Wilma.

** no. 53 (Dec. 1954.) [rpt. of #35] “Forbidden Room.” 5p. v Manfred Van Dorn.

Black Havoc. Gredown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (n.d.) "‘Go Get Yourself Some Guts, Gil!’" by Jonathan Burns & Ken Landau. 11p. v Unnamed [Unknown Worlds 56 (1967.)]

Black Kiss. Vortex Comics, Canada. b&w. Polybagged. Adult.

** no. 1 (June 1988.) By Howard Chaykin. 10p. v Beverly Grove.

** no. 2 (July 1988.) 10p. v Intro. Beverly Grove.

** no. 3 (Aug. 1988.) 10p. Adult cover.

** no. 4 (Sep. 1988.) 10p. Adult cover.

** no. 5 (Oct. 1988.) 10p.

** no. 6 (Nov. 1988.) 10p.

** no. 7 (Dec. 1988.) 10p.

** no. 8 (Jan. 1989.) 10p.

** no. 9 (Mar. 1989.) 10p.

** no. 10 (Apr. 1989.) 10p.

** no. 11 (May 1989.) 10p.

** no. 12 (July 1989.) 10p.

Note: Collected as: a. Big Black Kiss (1989) and b. Thick Black Kiss tpb (1999.)

The Black Lamb. Helix.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1996.) "The Hated, the Hunted" by Timothy Truman. 24p. v the Black Lamb et al.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1996.) "Full Moon Fever." 24p.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1997.) "Steel Maiden." 24p.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1997.) "They Saved Walt Whitman’s Brain." 24p.

** no. 5 (Mar. 1997.) Part 1, Rednight Blacknight. "Strigori." 24p.

** no. 6 (Apr. 1997.) Part 2, Rednight Blacknight. 24p.

Black Light Angels. Michael Hill. Australia. b&w.

___ no. 1 (Mar. 1997.) Chapter 1 (pt. 1 of 6) by Louise Graber. v. Daemien Violette, Stephen Sullu, Alabaster, Dingo (members of the rock band Krucifiction.) Not seen.

___ no.  2 (June 1997.)  (a) Chapter 2, "Back Stage Pass" 23p. (b) Chapter 3, "Access All Areas." 23p. v. Daemien Violette.

___ no.  3 (Sept. 1997.) Chapter 4, "On the Road." 46p.

___ no. 4 (Jan. 1998.) (a) Chapter 5, "End of the Road." 14p. (b) Chapter 6, "Death Becomes Her." 24p.

___ no. 5 (Apr. 1998.) Chapter 7, "Afternoon in the Afterlife." 22p. (b) Chapter 8, "In Your Dreams." 8p.

___ no. 6 (Oct. 1998.) Not seen.

Black Terror. Eclipse.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1989.) "Black Terror" by Beau Smith and Charles Dixon & Daniel Brereton and Wayne Truman. 42p. v various (in dream sequel.)

Blackout Presents. See: Lady Vampré 0.

Blackhawk. Quality Comics.

** no. 60 (Jan 1953.) “Vampire Men of Kunwalo” by Bill Ward 7p. v various. c. Blackhawk.

Blacula. Published by? b&w.&red. 1 issue. Unauthorized movie tie‑in.

___ (1973.) Cited in Donald F. Glut, The Dracula Book, Scarecrow Press, 1975, p. 333. "Blacula, now presented as a former student of the occult, becomes a vampire by night and eventually grinds his victims into dog food in one of the poorest of the comic books in script, art and taste." Not seen.

Blade. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1998.) “Crescent City Blues” by Christopher Golden & Gene Colan. 40p. v Deacon Frost.

Blade. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1998.) Part 1. "Blood Allies" by Don McGregor & Brian Hagan. 23p. v Deacon Frost. c. Blade. Movie tie-in.

** no. 1a Photo cover.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1998.) Part 2. "Blood Allies." 20p. Cover: Bart Sears.

** no. 2a Alternate cover. Cover: Bart Sears.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1998.) Part 3. "Blood Allies." 23p. Cover: Bart Sears.

Blade: Sins of the Father. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1998.) By Marc Andreyko & Bart Sears. 47p. Movie Tie-in.

Blade: Sins of the Father Theatrical Preview. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1998.) By Marc Andreyko & Bart Sears. 14p. c. Blade v Cordelia Passolini.

Blade the Vampire Hunter. Marvel

** no. 1 (June 1997.) "The Final Glory of Deacon Frost" by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 18p. v Deacon Frost. Photo cover [rpt. of Tomb of Dracula #53 (1977) as advertisement for Blade movie.]

Blade the Vampire-Hunter. Marvel Comics.

** no. 1 (July 1994.) "Dark Visions" by Ian Edginton & Douglas T. Wheatley et al. 23p. v Lord Varnae.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1994.) "Red Prophet." 23p. v Aaron Thorne, Dracula.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1994.) "Black Reign." 23p. v Dracula.

** no. 4 (Oct. 1994.) "The Drawing of the Three." 21p. v Carl Blake/Night Terror and Steppin’ Razor.

** no. 5 (Nov. 1994.) "Soul Survivors." 21p. v Carl Blake/Night Terror and Steppin’ Razor.

** no. 6 (Dec. 1994.) "Cities of the Red Night” by Ian Edginton & Nick Napolitano et al. 21p. v Deacon Frost, Glory, Lamia.

** no. 7 (Jan. 1995.) "Bad to the Bone" by Ian Edginton & Douglas T. Wheatley et al. 20p. v Deacon Frost.

** no. 8 (Feb. 1995.) "Rites & Passages." 20p. v Morbius.

** no. 9 (Mar. 1995.) "Dear on Arrival" by Terry Kavanauh & Douglas T. Wheatley et al. 21p. v various.

** no. 10 (Apr. 1995.) "Post-Mortem." 21p. v Dracula and Morbius. Note: This is the first part of three-part story. The second and third parts were not published because the series was discontinued.

Note: This series superseded Nightstalkers.

Blade: Vampire Hunter. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1999.) Part 1, Chaos, part 1. "The Dead Walk" by Bart Sears. 20p. v Hrolf c. Blade. b. Part 2, Chaos. "Questions." 19p.

** no. 1a Dynamic Forces limited edition. Limited to 2,500 copies. Cover: Bart Sears.

** no. 2 (Jan. 2000.) Part 3, Chaos. "Weirder and Weirder." 23p. v The Reaper.

** no. 2a Photo cover.

** no. 3 (Feb. 2000.) Part 4, Chaos. "The Hunger." 23p. c. Silvereye Command.

** no. 4 (Mar. 2000.) Part 5, Chaos. "Frosty Memories." 23p.

** no. 5 (Apr. 2000.) Part 6, Chaos. “Reapers” by Bart Sears & Andy Smith. 23p.

** no. 6 (May 2000.) Part 7, Chaos. "Duel at Dawn." 24p.

** no. ½ (2000.) 16p. c. Blade. Published in cooperation with Wizard Press.

___ no. ½a Signed edition with hologram.

Blaze. Marvel.

** no. 11 (June 1995.) "A Pale Fire Gleaming." 22p. v various. c. Punisher.

Blonde Addiction. I.C.Graphics/BlitzWeasel Studios. b&w. anth.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1995.) “Blonde Avenger Adventures: I Was a Super-Powered Vampire Slayer” by Steve Roman. 4p. v Leatherella (pseudo-vampire.)

Blood. Epic. rpt. tpb.

** (1989.) By J. M. DeMatteis & Kent Williams 193p. v Blood. rpt. issues 1-4 of the1987 Marvel mini-series, Blood: A Tale.

Blood. DC Vertigo. rpt.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1996.) By J. M. DeMatteis & Kent Williams. 45p. v Blood.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1996.) 48p.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1997.) 48p.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1997.) 48p.

rpt. of 1987 Marvel mini-series, Blood: A Tale.

Blood: A Tale. Marvel Comics.

** no. 1 (1987.) By J. M. DeMatteis & Kent Williams. 45p. v Blood.

** no. 2 (1987.) 46p.

** no. 3 (1987.) 45p.

** no. 4 (1987.) 45p.

Rpt. as Blood (DC, 1996-97;) Blood tpb. (1989.)

Blood and Kisses. FantaCo. b&w.

** no. 1 (1993.) By Leif Jones. 32p. v Sapphire Venacava.

** no. 2 (1994.) 31p.

** no. 3 (1994.) 32p.

** no. 0 (1994.) 15p.

Blood for the Muse: Chillville. Chanting Monks Studio. b&w.

** no. 1 (1997.) Part 1. By Glenn Chadbourne. 27p. v The Quill. Photo cover.

** no. 2 (1997.) Part 2. 23p. Photo cover.

Blood Gothic. FantaCo Enterprises. b&w.

** no. 1 (1994.) a. "Meet the Crowley's" by Dave Stephenson. 13p. v Medusa Crowley, Calvin Crowley, Lucius Crowley, Clarissa Fraling. b. "The Thrice Cursed Calvin Brewster" by Dave Stephenson. 17p. v Calvin Brewster, a psychic vampire, and Hugo von Dregnir. Cover: Jim Whiting.

** no. 2 (1994.) a. "Are You Loathsome Tonight?" by Dave Stephenson. 7p. v Calvin Brewster. b. "The Thrice Cursed Calvin Brewster 'I Was the One!'" by Dave Stephenson. 15p. v Calvin Brewster. Cover: Jim Whiting.

Blood Hunter. Brainstorm Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1996.) "The Blood Brawl" by Kirk Lindo & David Brewer. 21p. v Brandon Alexander, the Blood Hunter. Cover: David Brewer.

___ no. 1a Platinum edition.

** no. 1b Gold edition. Cover: David Brewer.

** no. 1c Gold Club Combo edition.

Blood is the Harvest. Eclipse Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (July 1992.) Untitled story by Clint McElroy & Wayne Losey and Gary Yap. 24p. v Lisa Rubric, Lamia International. Cover: Flint Henry.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1992.) "The Spreading of His Silver Wings" by Clint McElroy & Luciano Queiroz et al. 24p. Cover: Flint Henry.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1992.) "The Pieces of Their Empty Dreams." 24p. Cover: Flint Henry.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1992.) "The Turning of the Silent Part." 24p.

Blood Junkies on Capitol Hill. Eternity Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1991.) By Scott Finley & Brooks Hagan. 22p. v Van Dlac. Cover: Brooks Hagen.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1991.) 16p.

Blood Legacy: The Story of Ryan. Top Cow.

** no. 1 (May 2000.) By Kerri Hawkins & Andy Park. 22p. v various. Cover: Andy Park.

** no. 1a Alternate cover: Ken Cha.

** no. 1b Alternate cover: Michael Turner.

** no. 1c Alternate cover: Andy Park

** no. 1d Dynamic Forces edition. Cover: Andy Park.

** no. 1e Dynamic Forces Gold edition: Andy Park. Limited to 1,500 copies.

___ no. 1f Gold edition. Cover: Andy Park.

___ no. 1g Holofoil edition. Cover: Andy Park.

___ no. 1h Canadian edition.

** no. 2 (June 2000.) By Kerri Hawkins & Marc Pajarillo. 25p.

** no. 3 (Sep. 2000.) 22p.

** no. 4 (Nov. 2000.) 25p.

Blood Letting. See: Bloodletting.

The Blood Masters. Nightrealm Publishing Inc. b&w.

** no. 1 (1995.) "Let the Roads Run Red!" by Fred Diana & Robert Varacalli. 31p. v various.

Blood of Dracula. Apple Press. b&w.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1987.) a. Part 1. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Neil Vokes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 1. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Mark Wheatley. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 1. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Mark Wheatley.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1987.) a. Part 2. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Neil Vokes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 2. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & John Workman. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 2. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Mark Hempel. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Mark Wheatley.

** no. 3 (June 1988.) a. Part 3. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Neil Vokes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 3. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Paul Abrams. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 3. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Sam Kieth.

** no. 4 (July 1988.) a. Part 4. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Neil Vokes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 4. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Adam Hughes. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 4. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Damon Willis & Mark Wheatley.

** no. 5 (Aug. 1988.) a. Part 5. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Neil Vokes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Portfolio of "Death Dreams of Dracula" by various artists. 8p. c. Part 5. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Mark Wheatley.

** no. 6 (Sep. 1988.) a. Part 6. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Neil Vokes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 5. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Pat Boyette. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 6. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Tim Truman & Mark Wheatley.

** no. 7 (Oct. 1988.) a. Part 7. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Neil Vokes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 1, Death Dreams of Dracula. "Rick Ravine" by Rickey Shanklin & Pat Boyette. 16p. v Dracula.

** no. 8 (Nov. 1988.) a. Part 8. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Neil Vokes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 6. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Ed Platt. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 7. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Sam Kieth.

** no. 9 (Jan. 1989.) a. Part 9. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Adam Hughes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 7. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Howard Bender. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 8. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Frank Cirocco.

** no. 10 (Mar. 1989.) a. Part 10. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Neil Vokes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 8. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Richard Braswell. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 9. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Paul Chadwick.

** no. 11 (May 1989.) a. Part 11. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Adam Hughes. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 9. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Dave Hoover. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 10. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Pat Boyette.

** no. 12 (June 1989.) a. Part 12. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Mark Wheatley. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 10 "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Nick Sigismondi. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 11. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Neil Vokes & Peter Hsu.

** no. 13 (July 1989.) a. Part 12. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Mike McCarthy. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 13. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Scott Saavedra. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 12. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Scott Hampton.

** no. 14 (Sep. 1989.) a. Part 13. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Mike McCarthy. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 13. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Dave Dorman & Lurene Haines.

** no. 15 (Nov. 1989.) a. Part 14. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Mike McCarthy. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 14. "Death Dreams of Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Stephen Black. 8p. v Dracula. c. Part 14. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Mark Wheatley.With flexidisk insert.

** no. 16 (May 1990.) a. Part 15. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Mike McCarthy. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 15. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Hanther.

** no. 17 (July 1990.) a. Part 16. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Mike McCarthy. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 16. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Bernie Wrightson.

** no. 18 (Sep. 1990.) a. Part 17. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Mike McCarthy. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 17. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Mike Vosburg.

** no. 19 (Mar. 1991.) a. Part 18. "Count Dracula" by Rickey Shanklin & Mike McCarthy. 8p. v Dracula. b. Part 18. "Dracula 2199" by Rickey Shanklin & Damon Willis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Mark Rogers.

Blood of the Innocent. Warp Graphics.

** Preview (Sep. 17, 1985.) “New Moon, New Blood” by Rickey Shanklin, Mark Wheatley & Marc Hempel. 25p. v Dracula.

** no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1986.) Part 1, Blood of the Innocent. "New Moon, New Blood” by Rickey Shanklin, Mark Wheatley & Marc Hempel. 25p. v Dracula confronts Jack the Ripper in Victorian England.

** no. 2 (Jan. 14, 1986.) Part 2, Blood of the Innocent. "Light of the Sun, Dark of the Moon." 24p.

** no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1986.) Part 3, Blood of the Innocent. "Moonbeams, Dead Schemes." 23p.

** no. 4 (Jan. 28, 1986.) Part 4, Blood of the Innocent. "Vampire Love, Lunatic Moon." 26p. Cont. in Warp Graphics Annual #1 (1986.)

Note: Series concluded in Warp Graphics Annual #1 (1986.) First weekly mini-series.

Blood Quest. Alpha Productions. b&w.

** no. 1 (1990.) By James LaPoint & Dale Laroux. 32p. v Paul LaCell.

Note: rpt. by Polyventura (1993.)

Blood Quest. Polyventura Entertainment Group. b&w.

** no. 1 (1993.) By James LaPoint & Dale Laroux. 32p.

Note: This issue reprints Alpha Productions Blood Quest (1990,) which was discontinued after the first issue.

Blood Reign. Fathom Press. b&w.&red. Adult.

** no. 1 (July 1991.) "Winds of Chaos" by Tim Tyler. 27p. v Sheila Garrons [rpt. in Blood Reign Saga #1 (1996.)]

** no. 2 (Sep. 1991.) “Dead Hunt.” 33p.

** no. 3 (Oct. 1991.) 22p.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1992.) 22p.

** no. 5 (Apr. 1992.) 20p.

** no. 6 (1992.) "In the Service of the Sun." 13p.

** no. 7 (Sum. 1992.) 16p.

** no. 8 (1992.) 22p.

** no. 9 (Jan. 1993.) 16p.

Note: Banned in Canada.

Blood Reign Saga. London Night.

** no.1 (1996.) “Winds of Chaos” by Tim Tyler. 27p. v Sheila Garrons [Blood Reign #1 (1991.)]

Blood Rites. Anarchy Bridgeworks. b&w.

** no. 1 (1997.) By Vinson Watson. 20p. v Kelly.

Blood Road. Eros Comix. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (1995.) By Gian Danton & Jose Horacio Lopez. 19p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #4.]

** no. 4 (1997.) "Blood Road" by Gian Danton & Jose Horacio Lopez. 19p. v Unnamed [#1]

The Blood Sword. Jademan Comics.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1988.) By Mike Baron & Ma Wing Shing. 61p. v Dracula.

** no. 5 (Dec. 1988.) 61p.

Blood Ties. Full Moon Graphics. b&w.

** no. 1 (1991.) "Genesis" by Adam Heeter & Eric Adams. 22p. v Unnamed.

Bloodchilde. Millennium.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1994.) "Portrait of a Surreal Killer" by Faye Perozich & O. J. Cariello. 24p. v Childe.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1995.) "Childe’s Children." 18p.

** no. 3 (May 1995.) "Blood Radio" by Faye Perozich & Yanick Paquette and Michel Lacombe. 24p.

** no. 4 (July 1995.) "Sweat & Tears." 23p.

Bloodletting. FantaCo. b&w.

First series:

** no. 1 (1995.) Series by Chynna Clugston and Guy Major. 27p. v Satori Valentine, Cosette Gautier.

** no. 2 (1995.) 20p.

Second series:

** no. 1 (1995.) Series by Chynna Clugston and Guy Major. 14p. v Satori Valentine, Cosette Gautier.

** no. 2 (1995.) 11p.

** no. 3 (1995.) 15p.

** no. 4 (1995.) 12p.

** no. 5 (1996.) 15p.

** no. 6 (1996.) 9p.

** no. 7 (1996.) 10p.

** no. 8 (1996.) 9p.

** no. 9 (1996.) 9p.

Bloodlines. Danis the Dark Productions. mag.

___ no. 3 (Apr. 1993.) "Eternal Wars" by Edward J. Lalau. 4p. v Danis.

___ no. 4 (June 1993.) "Chesler and Danis Wars" by Larry Wile & Edward Lalau. 5p. v Dania.

___ no. 5 (Aug. 1993.) "Chester & Danis Wars” by Larry Wile & Edward Lalau. 6p. v Dania.

** no. 6 (Oct. 1993.) a. "Chester & Danis Wars” by Larry Wile & Edward Lalau. 6p. v Dania. b. "Tribal Hunt: The Unknown." 4p. v Unnamed.

Bloodlust. Hardline Studios. b&w.

___ Ashcan no. 1 (June 1999.) Preview by Daniel R. Wickline & Bobby Breed. 17p. v Deacon, Cooper.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1999.) "Welcome to the Real World" by Daniel R. Wickline & Bobby Breed. 28p. v Deacon, Cooper.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1999.) "To Live Is to Die." 26p.

Bloodlust. Slave Labor Graphics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1990.) "Bloodhunt" by Dan Vado & Alex Sheikman. 20p. v Unnamed.

Bloodscent: A Tale of Modern Terror. Comico.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1988.) a. Untitled. By Dean Allen Schrenck & Gene Colan. 27p. b. "Acts of Darkness" by Dean Allen Schreck. 5p. Text.

Bloodshot. Valiant.

** no. 33 (Aug. 1995.) "Bloodshot Is Mine!" by Kevin VanHook & Sean Chen and Dick Giordano. 21p. v Malcolm, various.

Bloodshot. Second series. Acclaim.

** vol. 2, no. 14 (Apr. 1998.) “Uncorrected Proof” by Len Kaminski & Sal Velluto. 22p. v Alexandre Darque, a psychic vampire feeding on souls.

Bloodsucker. Eros Comix. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1992.) By Lydia Lunch & Bob Fingerman. Cover says: "Lydia Lunch: Bloodsucker." 19p. v Lydia Lunch.

Bloodthirst #0. See: Alpha Illustrated #0 (1994.)

Bloodthirst: The Nightfall Conspiracy. Alpha Productions.

** no. 1 (July 1994.) "Masquerade" by Christopher Mills & Delfin Barral. 28p. v Christine Bishop.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1994.) "Maelstrom." 28p. v Christine Bishop.

Cover: Joel Adams.

Bloodthirst: The Terminus Option. Alpha Productions.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1991.) By Christopher Mills & Bob Cram, Jr. 48p. v Christine Bishop.

Blue Bolt Comics. Novelty Press. Pre-code.

** no. 11 (Apr. 1941.) “Sub-Zero” by Anon. & John Daly. 9p. v “vampire germ” injected by Dr Trask and carried by rats. c. Sub-Zero.

Blue Devil Annual. DC.

** no. 1 (1985.) "The Day All Hell Broke Loose" by Gary Cohn and Dan Mishkin & Paris Culling. 35p. v Man-Bat.

Blue Ribbon Comics. MLJ Magazines. Pre-code anth.

** no. 11 (Apr. 1941.) Untitled story by S. Cooper and Joe Blair. Mr. Justice Series. 10 p. v The King of the Vampires, Carlos Hubello. c. Mr. Justice. Nazi agents transform a South American diplomat into a vampire in an effort to defeat a pending trade agreement. Note: The vampire is named after artist Carl Hubbell.

Blythe: Night Vision. Thorby Comics. b&w. rpt. tpb.

** (1998.) By David Quinn & Hannibal King. 189p. Collects issues 1-4 of NightVision (Rebel 1992-94) and the single issue of NightVision (Tundra, 1993.)

Boffy the Vampire Layer. Eros Comix. b&w. Satire. Adult.

** no. 1 (Jan. 2000.) By Bruce McCorkindale. 24p. Satire of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

** no. 2 (July 2000.) 23p.

Continuing series.

Boneyard Press Tour Book 1993. Boneyard Press. b&w.

** no. 1 (May 1993.) Cover: Christ as a vampire.

Boris Karloff: Tales of Mystery. Gold Key. Horror anth.

** no. 12 (Dec. 1965.) “The Auction.” 10p. v Unnamed (rpt. in #90.)

** no. 25 (Mar. 1969.) “The Thing Called Illona.” 9p. v Illona (a being feeding on life energy.)

** no. 33 (Feb. 1971.) "Only Skin Deep." 5p. v Hans Gibrahn (rpt. in #81.)

** no. 41 (June 1972.) "The Blood Bath." 1p. Text. v Elizabeth Bathory.

** no. 47 (June 1973.) “The Monster Go-Round.” 4p. v Unnamed pseudo-vampire.

** no. 81 (Apr. 1978.) "Only Skin Deep." 5p. v Hans Gibrahn (#33.)

** no. 85 (Oct. 1978.) “The Magic Lenses.” 6p. v Dracula (portrait.)

** no. 90 (Mar. 1979.) “The Auction.” 10p. v Unnamed (#12.)

Brad Moore's Bathory. See: Bathory: Countess of Blood.

Brain Dead. Adult.

** no. 9 (Sep. 1988.) a. "Dr. Livingsoon Trentwood II, Vampire Hunter!" by John Bergin. 1p. v Lucinda's parents. b. "The Legion of Vampyres" by John Bergin. 4p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Ashes #1 (1990.)]

Brain Storm Comix. Alchemy Publications [U.K.] anth. mag.

** vol. 1, no. 4 (Spring 1977.) [cover says “No. 3.”] “Chester P. Hackenbush, the Psychedelich Alchemist in: A Street Car Named Delirium” by Bryan Talbot. 23p. v The Mind Vampires.

Brainstorm Manga Gallery. Brainstorm. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1998.) Portfolio by Scott Burnette and Thor Thorvaldson. Cover: Thor Thorvaldson.

** no. 1a Nude edition. Cover: Thor Thorvaldson.

** no. 1b Virgin Nude edition. Cover: Thor Thorvaldson.

Bram Stoker's Burial of the Rats. Cosmic Comics. 3 issues.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1995.) By Jerry Prosser & Francisco Solano López et al. 23p.

** no. 2 (May 1995.) 23p. v The Rat Woman.

** no. 3 (June 1995.) 23p.

Note: 1. Bram Stoker, "The Burial of the Rats." in: Dracula's Guest: And Other Weird Stories. London: George Routledge & Sons, 1914. 2. Bram Stoker's Burial of the Rats. Concorde-New Horizons, 1995. Dir: Roger Corman. Scr: S. P. Somtow.

Bram Stoker's Dracula. Topps Comics. Polybagged. Movie tie-in.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1992.) By Roy Thomas & Mike Mignola and John Nyberg. 28p.

** no. 1a Crimson foil edition. Limited to 500 copies.

** no. 2 (1992.) 28p.

** no. 3 (1992.) 28p.

** no. 4 (1993.) 31p.

Note: 1. Adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Columbia Pictures, 1992. Dir.: Francis Ford Coppola. Scr.: James v. Harte. Dracula: Gary Oldham. 2. Each issue was polybagged with four trading cards. 3. tpb. by a. Topps (1993.) b. Titan [U.K.] (1993.) 4. Reprinted in parts by Dark Horse, U.K. 5. Spin-off: Dracula: Vlad the Impaler. 1993. 6. Trading cards. Topps.

Bram Stoker's Dracula. Delacorte Press. hb. dj. Large format

** (1980.) By Alice Schick and Joel Schick. 42p. v Dracula. Second printing: 1983. Also available in a flipbook edition bound together with Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

Bram Stoker's Dracula. Delacorte Press. tpb. dj.

­­­___ (1980.) By Alice Schick and Joel Schick. 42p. v Dracula.

Bram Stoker's Dracula. Heineman [U.K.] hb. dj.

___ (1980.) By Alice Schick and Joel Schick. v Dracula. Second printing: 1983.

Bram Stoker's Dracula. Titan [U.K.] tpb.

** (1993.) By Roy Thomas & Mike Mignola and John Nyberg. 111p. v Dracula. Combines the four issues of the mini-series. New end pages.

  Bram Stoker's Dracula. Topps. tpb.

** (1993.) By Roy Thomas & Mike Mignola and John Nyberg. 111p. v Dracula. Combines the four issues of the Topps mini-series.

Bram Stoker's Dracula. Topps/Diamond Comics Distributors. tpb.

** (1993.) By Roy Thomas & Mike Mignola and John Nyberg. 111p. v Dracula. Includes Preview of trading card set.

  Bram Stoker's Dracula. Topps. Star Edition. tpb.

___ (1993.) By Roy Thomas & Mike Mignola and John Nyberg. 111p. v Dracula. Combines the four issues of the mini-series.

The Brave and the Bold. DC.

** no. 119 (June 1975.) "Bring Back Killer Krag" by Bob Haney & Jim Aparo. 18p. v Man-Bat [rpt. in Superman Pocket Book #2 (1979.)]

** no. 165 (Aug. 1980.) "Prescription for Tragedy!" by Martin Pasko & Don Newton. 17p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 195 (Feb. 1983.) "Night of Blood" by Mike W. Barr & Jim Aparo. 23p. v Andrew Bennett.

** no. 195a Canadian edition – Price indicated as 75 cents.

Brave and the Bold. Whitman. rpt.

** no. 165 (Aug. 1980.) "Prescription for Tragedy!" by Martin Pasko & Don Newton. 17p. v Man-Bat.

Breathtaker. DC. tpb. Adult.

** no. 1 (n.d. [1990.]) Part 1. “Breathtaker” by Mark Wheatley & Marc Hempel. 48p. v Chase Darrow, a genetically-engineered succubus whose love kills. Cover by Marc Hempel.

** no. 2 (n.d. [1990.]) Part 2. “Breathtaker.” 48 p.

** no. 3 (n.d. [1990.]) Part 3. “Breathtaker.” 48 p.

** no. 4 (n.d. [1990.]) Part 4. “Breathtaker.” 48 p.

Rpt. as a tpb. Breathtaker (1994.)

Breathtaker. DC Comics, 1994. tpb. Adult.

** By Mark Wheatley & Marc Hempel [Breathtaker #1-4 (1990.)] 186p. “Introduction” by Neil Gaiman, p. 1-5. Cover says: DC Comics / Vertigo.

Brian Bolland’s Black Book. Eclipse. tpb.

** no. 1 (July 1985.) “Vampire Carnival” by Steve Parkhouse & Brian Bolland. 15p. v Count Mitterhouse and others.

Bride of Heavy Metal. HM Communications. tpb.

** (1985.) “Dracul – Dracula, Vlad? Bah…” by Alberto Breccia. 8p. v Dracula.

Bronx. Eternity. b&w. Adult.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1991.) "Feelings" by Alberto Saichann and (trans. by) Steve Miller. 10p. v Ricky.

Broom Hilda: Boo! Grosset & Dunlap. b&w. Mass market tpb.

** (1977.) Reprints daily strips by Russel Myers from 1973-1976. Untitled strip. 1p. v Marshall.

Broom Hilda: Popcorn Sandwiches! [Broom Hilda Book #7.] Grosset & Dunlap. b&w. Mass market tpb.

** (1977.) Reprints daily strips by Russel Myers from 1976-1977. Untitled strip. 1p. v Marshall.

Buffy/Angel. Dark Horse/Goreb Shamus Enterprises. Television tie-in.

** 1⁄2 (2000.) "City of Despair" by Tom Fassbender and Jim Pascoe & Cliff Richards. 16p. Distributed by Wizard the Comic mag. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 6 (2009.)]

** ½a Gold edition. Photo cover.

___ ½b Dynamic Forces edition signed by Hector Gomez.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Dark Horse Comics. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1998.) "Wu-tang Fang" by Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 22p. v Wu-tang Fang. c. Willow, Giles, Xander, Cordelia. Cover: Arthur Adams. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 3 (2008.)]

** no. 1a Gold cover edition. Cover: Arthur Adams.

** no. 1b Photo cover. All photo covers for the series picture Sarah Michelle Geller and occasionally one of the other cast members.

** no. 1c Photo cover gold edition

** no. 2 (Oct. 1998.) "Halloween" by Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 22p. v various. Cover: Chris Bachalo & Tim Townsend. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 3 (2008.)]

** no. 2a Photo cover.

** no. 2b Metallic foil edition

** no. 3 (Nov. 1998.) "Cold Turkey" by Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 22p. v Unnamed. Cover: Chris Bachalo & Tim Townsend. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 3 (2008.)]

** no. 3a Photo cover.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1998.) "White Christmas" by Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 24p. v Angel. Cover: Hector Gomez. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 3 (2008.)]

** no. 4a Photo cover.

** no. 5 (Jan. 1999.) "Happy New Year" by Andi Watson & Hector Gomez. 22p. c. Oz, devil dog. Cover: Randy Green. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 3 (2008.)]

** no. 5a Photo cover.

** no. 6 (Feb. 1999.) Part 1. "New Kid on the Block" by Andi Watson and Dan Brereton & Hector Lopez. 22p. v Angel et al. c. Cynthia. Cover: Arthur Adams & Joyce Chin. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 3 (2008.)]

** no. 6a Photo cover.

** no. 7 (Mar. 1999.) Part 2. "New Kid on the Block" by Andi Watson and Dan Brereton & Hector Lopez. 22p. Cover: Hector Lopez.

** no. 7a Photo cover.

** no. 8 (Apr. 1999.) "The Final Cut" by Andi Watson & Jason Pearson. 22p. v Fair Quinn. Cover: Randy Green. Reprinted as The Final Cut in hardback and distributed as part of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Supernatural Defense Kit. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 3 (2008.)]

** no. 8a Photo cover.

** no. 9 (May 1999.) Bad Blood. Part 1. "Hey, Good Lookin’" by Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 22p. v Mistress Selke et al. c. Dr. Flitter. Cover: Jeff Matsuda [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 9a Photo cover.

** no. 10 (June 1999.) Bad Blood. Part 2. "Hey, Good Lookin.’" 22p. v Selke. Cover: Chris Bachalo. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 10a Photo cover.

** no. 11 (July 1999.) Bad Blood. Part 3. "A Boy Named Sue." 22p. v Selke. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 11a Photo cover.

** no. 12 (Aug. 1999.) “A Nice Girl Like You” by Christopher Golden & Andy Owens. 22p. c. Yhisandroth (demon.) Cover: Randy Green.

** no. 12a Photo cover.

** no. 12b Dynamic Forces Gold foil edition. Photo cover. Limited to 3,000 copies.

** no. 13 (Sep. 1999.) Bad Blood. Part 4. "Love Sick Blues " by Andi Watson & Cliff Richards. 22p. v Selke.Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 13a Photo cover.

** no. 14 (Oct. 1999.) Bad Blood. Part 5. "Love Sick Blues." 22p. c. Todd. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 14a Photo cover.

** no. 15 (Nov. 1999.) Bad Blood. Part 6. "Lost Highway.” 22p. c. Dark Slayer. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 15a Photo cover.

** no. 15b. Dynamic Forces Red foil edition. Photo cover. Limited to 3,000 copies.

** no. 16. (Dec. 1999.) "The Food Chain" by Christopher Golden & Christian Zanier. 22p. c. Quafongg (demon.) Cover: Christian Zanier.

** no. 16a Photo cover.

** no. 17 (Jan. 2000.) Bad Blood, part 7. "She’s No Lady" by Andi Watson & Cliff Richards. v Selke. c. Dark Slayer. 22p. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 17a Photo cover.

** no. 17b Dynamic Forces Red Foil edition. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. Limited to 3,000 copies.

** no. 17c Dynamic Forces Purple Foil edition. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. Photo cover. Limited to 3,000 copies

** no. 18 (Feb. 2000.) Bad Blood, part 8. "She's no Lady" by Andi Watson & Cliff Richards. 22p. v Selke. c. Dark Slayer. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 18a Photo cover.

** no. 19 (Mar. 2000.) Bad Blood, part 9. "Old Friend" by Andi Watson & Cliff Richards. 22p. v Selke. c. Dark Slayer. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 19a Photo cover.

** no. 20 (Apr. 2000.) "Double Cross" by Doug Petrie & Jason Minor. 22p. v Angel. c. soul collector. Cover: J. Scott Campbell.

** no. 20a Photo cover.

** no. 21 (May 2000.) Part 1. "The Blood of Carthage" by Christopher Golden & Cliff Richards. 22p. c. Tergazzi (demon,) Mad Jack. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 5 (2008.)]

** no. 21a Photo cover.

** no. 21b Dynamic Forces Gold Foil edition signed by Christopher Golden. Limited to 1,500 copies. Cover: Christian Zanier.

** no. 21c Dynamic Forces Red Foil edition. Limited to 1,500 copies. Cover: Christian Zanier.

** no. 21d Dynamic Forces edition signed by Nicholas Brendon. Limited to 500 copies.

** no. 22 (June 2000.) Part 2. "The Blood of Carthage" by Christopher Golden & Cliff Richards. 22p. v Spike. c. Xerxes the Blind., Ky-lagg (demon,) Uraka (demon,) Lucy (former slayer.) Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 5 (2008.)]

** no. 22a Photo cover.

** no. 23 (July 2000.) Part 3. "The Blood of Carthage" by Christopher Golden & Cliff Richards. 22p. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 5 (2008.)]

** no. 23a Photo cover.

** no. 24 (Aug. 2000.) Part 4. "The Blood of Carthage" by Christopher Golden & Cliff Richards. 22p. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 5 (2008.)]

** no. 24a Photo cover.

** no. 25 (Sep. 2000.) Part 5. "The Blood of Carthage" by Christopher Golden & Cliff Richards. 22p. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 5 (2008.)]

** no. 25a Photo cover.

** no. 26 (Oct. 2000.) Part 1. "The Heart of a Slayer" by Chris Boal & Cliff Richards. 22p. c. Riley, Adja, Karfarnaum (demon.) Cover: Christian Zanier. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 5 (2008.)]

** no. 26a Photo cover.

** no. 27 (Nov. 2000.) Part 2. "The Heart of a Slayer" by Chris Boal & Cliff Richards. 22p. Cover: John Totleben. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 5 (2008.)]

** no. 27a Photo cover.

** no. 28 (Dec. 2000.) "Cemetery of Lost Love" by Tom Fassbender and Jim Pascoe & Cliff Richards. 22p. c. Riley, Baron Samedi. Cover: Ryan Sook & Galen Shoman. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 5 (2008.)]

** no. 28a Photo cover.

Continuing series.

Rpt. as tpb. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Remaining Sunlight (1999, #1-4;) Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Uninvited Guests (1999, #4-7;) Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Final Cut (2000, #8;) Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Bad Blood (2000, #9-12;) Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Crash Test Demons (2000; #13-15;) Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Pale Reflections (2000, #17-19;) Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Food Chain (2001, #16, 19-20;) Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Blood of Carthage (2001, #21-25;) Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Autumnal (2001, #26-27;) rpt. in the U.K.in the continuing Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Magazine series.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Dark Horse/Wizard. Television tie-in.

** ½ (1999.) "Stinger" by Christopher Golden & Hector Gomez. 16p. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Play with Fire (2003;) Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)] [Distributed by Wizard.]

___ ½a Gold edition.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Angel. Dark Horse Comics. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (May 1999.) Part 1. "The Hollower" by Chris Golden & Hector Gomez. 22p. v Angel, Spike, Drusilla, Catherine DeLancie. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 1a Photo cover.

** no. 1b Dynamic Forces Gold edition. Photo cover. Limited to 5,000 copies.

** no. 1c Dynamic Forces Exclusive Gold edition signed by Christopher Golden. Photo cover. Limited to 1,500 copies.

** no. 2 (June 1999.) Part 2. "The Hollower." 22p. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 2a Photo cover.

** no. 3 (July 1999.) Part 3. "The Hollower." 22p. Cover: Jeff Matsuda. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 3a Photo cover.

Rpt. as tpb Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Angel – The Hollower (2000.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Angel -The Hollower. Dark Horse Comics. rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (May 2000.) By Chris Golden & Hector Gomez. 66p. v Angel, Spike, Drusilla, Catherine DeLancie. Collects the three issues of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Angel (1999.) Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Angel-The Hollower. Titan [U.K.] rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (May 2000.) By Chris Golden & Hector Gomez. 66p. v Angel, Spike, Drusilla, Catherine DeLancie. Collects the three issues of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Angel (1999.) Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Annual. Dark Horse Comics. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1999.) a. “Bad Dog” by Douglas Petrie & Ryan Sook. 16p. v Angel. c. Alan Duffy. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)] b. "The Latest Craze" by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Cliff Richards. 32p. c. Ethan Raynes, Hooligans. Both stories rpt. in the tpb. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Food Chain (2001.) “The Latest Craze” rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Play with Fire (2003.); and in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 3 (2008.)

** no. 1a Dynamic Force limited signed edition. Limited to 1,500.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Bad Blood. Dark Horse. rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Apr. 2000.) By Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 82p. Includes the stories from issues 9-12 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1999.) Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Bad Blood. Titan [U.K.] rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Apr. 2000.) By Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 82p. Includes the stories from issues 9-12 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1999.) Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Crash Test Demons. Dark Horse. rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (July 2000.) By Andi Watson & Cliff Richards. 70p. v Selke. c. Dark Slayer. Includes stories from issues 13-15 (1999) of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Crash Test Demons. Titan [U.K.] rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (July 2000.) By Andi Watson & Cliff Richards. 70p. v Selke. c. Dark Slayer. Includes stories from issues 13-15 (1999) of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Dust Waltz. Dark Horse Comics. tpb. Television tie-in.

** (1998.) By Dan Brereton & Hector Gomez. 62p. v Lilith, the lilim, Lamia, Azoggmon [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus # 2 (2007.)] Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Dust Waltz. Titan [U.K.] Comics. tpb. Television tie-in.

** (1998.) By Dan Brereton & Hector Gomez. Unpaged. v Lilith, the lilim, Lamia, Azoggmon. Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Final Cut. Dark Horse. rpt. hb. Television tie-in.

** (2000.) By Andi Watson, Jason Pearson & Cliff Richards. 30p. v Fair Quinn [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #8 (1999.)] Reprinted in hardback and distributed as part of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Supernatural Defense Kit.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Giles. Dark Horse. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Oct. 2000.) "Beyond the Pale" by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Eric Powell. 26p. c. Quentin Travers, Micrela Tomrsi. Cover: Eric Powell. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 6 (2009.)]

** no. 1a Photo Cover.

** no.1b Dynamic Forces limited signed edition. Photo Cover. Limited to 1,500 copies.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Magazine. Titan Magazine [U.K.] mag. rpt. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1999.) "Wu-tang Fang" by Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 22p. v Wu-tang Fang [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #1 (1998.)] Photo cover: Buffy

** no. 2 (Nov. 1999.) "The Final Cut" by Andi Watson & Jason Pearson. 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #8 (1999.)] Cover: Buffy and Angel.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1999.) Part 1. Bad Blood. "Hey Good Lookin’" by Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #9 (1999.)] Photo cover: Buffy.

** no. 4 (Jan. 2000.) Part 2. Bad Blood. "Hey Good Lookin’ II.” 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #10 (1999.)] Photo cover: Buffy, Angel, & Xander.

** no. 5 (Feb. 2000.) Part 3. Bad Blood. "A Boy Named Sue" by Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #11 (1999.)] Photo cover: Buffy.

** no. 6 (Mar. 2000) "A Nice Girl Like You” by Christopher Golden & Andy Owens. 22p. c. Yhisandroth (demon) [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #12 (1999.)]

** no. 7 (Apr. 2000.) Part 4. Bad Blood. "Love Sick Blues" by Andi Watson & Cliff Richards. 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #13 (1999.)] Photo cover: Spike & Drusilla.

** no. 8 (May 2000.) Part 5. Bad Blood, part 5. "Love Sick Blues" by Andi Watson & Cliff Richards. 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #14 (1999.)]

** no. 9 (June 2000.) Part 6. Bad Blood. "Lost Highway" by Andi Watson & Cliff Richards. 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #15 (1999.)] Cover: Buffy.

** no. 10 (July 2000.) Part 7. Bad Blood. “She’s no Lady.” 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #17 (1999.)] Photo cover: Buffy.

** no. 11 (Aug. 2000.) Part 8. Bad Blood. "She's no Lady II." 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #18 (1999.)] Photo cover Buffy & Angel.

** no. 12 (Sep. 2000.) Part 9. Bad Blood. "Old Friend." 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #19 (1999.)] Photo cover: Willow.

** no. 13 (Oct. 2000.) "Double Cross" by Doug Petrie & Jason Moore. 22p. [Buffy the Vampire Slayer #20 (1999.)] Photo cover: Buffy.

** no. 14 (Nov. 2000.) Part 1. "Paint the Town Red" by James Marsters, Christopher Golden & Ryan Sook. 22p. v Spike, Drusilla [Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike and Dru #1 (1999.)]

** no. 15 (Dec. 2000.) Part 2. Paint the Town Red. “The Queen of Hearts” by Christopher Golden & Ryan Sook. 22p. v Spike, Drusilla [Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike and Dru #2 (1999.)] Photo cover: Angel and Spike.

Continuing series. This British version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer continues to appear monthly as this publication goes to press.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Origin. Dark Horse Comics. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1999.) By Daniel Brereton and Christopher Golden & Joe Bennett. 23p. v Lothos. c. Merrick. Cover: Joe Bennett.

** no. 1a Photo cover.

** no. 1b Dynamic Forces Gold edition. Photo cover. Limited to 5,000 copies.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1999.) 22p. v Benny, Grueller. Cover: Joe Bennett.

** no. 2a Photo cover

** no. 3 (Mar. 1999.) 22p. Cover: Joe Bennett.

** no. 3a Photo cover.

Rpt. as tpb. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Origin (1999) and in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 1 (2007.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Origin. Dark Horse. rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** (Sep. 1999.) By Daniel Brereton & Christopher Golden & Joe Bennett. 63p. Collects the three issues of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Origin (1999.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Origin. Titan [U.K.] rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** (Sep. 1999.) By Daniel Brereton & Christopher Golden & Joe Bennett. 63p. Collects the three issues of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Origin (1999.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Pale Reflections. Dark Horse. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (2000.) By Andi Watson and Cliff Richards. 74p. Collects issues #17, 18, & 19 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1999) and "Killing Time” by Doug Petrie & Cliff Richards. From Dark Horse Presents #150 (2000.) Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Pale Reflections. Titan [U.K.] tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (2000.) By Andi Watson and Cliff Richards. 74p. Collects issues #17, 18, & 19 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1999) and "Killing Time” by Doug Petrie & Cliff Richards. from Dark Horse Presents #150 (2000.) Photo cover

Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The Remaining Sunlight. Dark Horse Comics. rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1999.) By Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 74p. v Wu-tang Fang. Combines stories from Buffy the Vampire Slayer issues no. 1-4 (1999) and “MacGuffins” from Dark Horse Presents Annual 1998. Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The Remaining Sunlight. Titan [U.K.] rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1999.) By Andi Watson & Joe Bennett. 74p. v Wu-tang Fang. Combines stories from Buffy the Vampire Slayer issues #1-4 (1999) and “MacGuffins” from Dark Horse Presents Annual 1998. Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Ring of Fire. Dark Horse. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Oct. 2000.) By Doug Petrie & Ryan Sook. 68p. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus # 2 (2007.)] Photo cover.

** no. 1a Dynamic Forces edition signed by Ryan Sook. Limited to 1,500 copies.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Ring of Fire. Titan [U.K.] tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Oct. 2000.) By Doug Petrie & Ryan Sook. 68p. Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike and Dru. Dark Horse Comics. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1999.) "Paint the Town Red" by James Marsters and Christopher Golden & Ryan Sook. 26p. [rpt. in Buffy the Vanpire Slayer Omnibus# 2 (2007.)]

** no. 2 (Oct. 1999.) "The Queen of Hearts" by Christopher Golden & Ryan Sook. 26p. [rpt. in Buffy the Vanpire Slayer Omnibus# 2 (2007.)]

** no. 3 (Dec. 2000.) "All's Fair" by Christopher Golden & Eric Powell. 26p.

** no. 3a Photo Cover.

** no. 3b Dynamic Forces Ruby Red Foil edition. Photo cover. Limited to 300 copies.

** no. 3c Dynamic Forces Gold edition. Photo cover. Limited to 1,000 copies.

Rpt. as tpb. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike and Dru (2001.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Uninvited Guests. Dark Horse Comics. rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1999.) By Andi Watson & Hector Gomez. 88p. v Angel. Combines stories from Buffy the Vampire Slayer issues #4-7. (1999.) Photo cover.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Uninvited Guests. Titan [U.K.] rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1999.) By Andi Watson & Hector Gomez. 88p. v Angel. Combines stories from Buffy the Vampire Slayer issues #4-7 (1999.) Photo cover.

Bughouse. Ajax-Farrell. Satire. anth. Pre-code.

** no. 2 (May-June 1954.) “Oh, for the Life – of a Wife – of a Werewolf.” 5p. v W. Wolf (who also describes himself as “a vampire”) and his wives.

Bummer. Fantagraphics Books. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (June 1995.) “Vampire Cowboys” by J. R. Williams. 4p.

Burger King Kids Club Adventures. Promotional give-away.

** vol. 8, no. 7 (1997.) “Adventures.” 3p. v Dracula.

Burning Mad. Signet. Mass market tpb.

** (1968.) “More Movie Dialogue We’d Like to Hear” by Harry Purvis & George Woodbridge. 3p. v Unnamed.

** 4th printing (n.d.) Price: 75 cents rather than 60 cents.

Burning Mad. Warner Books. Mass market tpb.

** (1975.) “More Movie Dialogue We’d Like to Hear” by Harry Purvis & George Woodbridge. 3p. v Unnamed.

** 2nd edition (1981.) Price: $ 2.25 rather than $ 1.25.

Buster. IPC/Fleetway [U.K.] b&w.; all color from Apr. 14, 1990. Satire. mag.

Buster was continuously published from May 28, 1960 to Jan. 4, 2000. From Nov. 6, 1976 to Feb. 6, 1982 it was called Buster and Monster Fun. In 1982 it was shortly called Buster and Jackpot. From Sep. 1987 to Jan. 23, 1988 it was shortly called Buster and Nipper. It later become Buster with Whizzer and Chips. Vampire series in Buster included “Deadly Hedley Vampire Detective”, “Dracula Dobbs” and “The Vampire Brats.” “The Beastenders” had Addams-Family-like characters with vampiric featurs (although the Addams Family, strictly speaking, does not include vampires and is not included in this list,) and Dracula made occasional guest appearances. Other series included vampires only occasionally. The following list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (Mar. 27, 1976.) “Rent a Ghost.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 13, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

___ (Nov. 20, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** (Dec. 4, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

___ (Dec. 12, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** (Dec. 25, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Terror TV.” 1p. v Tony Bleakburne, Jimmy Madville.

** (Jan. 22, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Sybil Terror.

___ (Jan. 1, 1977.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

___ (Jan. 15, 1977.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** (Jan. 29, 1977.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

___ (Feb. 5, 1977.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** (Feb. 26, 1977.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** (Mar. 5, 1977.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** (Mar. 12, 1977.) “Leopard from Lime St.” 2p. v Vampello the Human Bat.

** (Mar. 19, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Mar. 26, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Unnamed.

___ (Apr. 2, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Apr. 9, 1977.) “Leopard from Lime St.” 2p. v Vampello the Human Bat.

** (Apr. 16, 1977) “Terror TV.” 1p. v vampire singer from Transylvania.

** (May 14, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v vampire bat.

** (June 4, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v vampire bat.

** (July 16, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Unnamed.

___ (July 23, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 8, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 3, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Unnamed demon-vampire.

** (Sep. 10, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Sep. 17, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Oct. 1, 1977) “Creepy Clutchers” (publicity 1p.-story for horror bokkmarks on back cover.) v Dracula.

** (Oct. 8, 1977) “Ivor Lott and Tony Broke.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 15, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v “Dracula’s Dish” appears; Dracula is mentioned but does not appear.

** (Oct. 22, 1977) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Nov. 5, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

** (Dec. 24, 1977.) “Terror TV.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Apr. 18, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley.” 1p. v Deadly Hedley (first appearance.)

___ (Apr. 25, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 9, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 16, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 23, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 30, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (June 8, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (June 13, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (June 20, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p. A Dracula cartoon, sent by a reader, also appears.

** (June 27, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (July 4, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (July 11, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (July 18, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 1, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 8, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 15, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 22, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 29, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Sep. 5, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Sep. 12, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Sep. 19, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Sep. 26, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 3, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 10, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 24, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 31, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Nov. 7, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Nov. 14, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Nov. 21, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Nov. 28, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Dec. 5, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Dec. 12, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Dec. 19, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Dec. 26, 1981.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Jan. 2, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Jan. 9, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Jan. 23, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Jan. 30, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Feb. 6, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Feb. 13, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Feb. 20, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Feb. 27, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Mar. 6, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Mar. 13, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Mar. 20, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Apr. 3, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Apr. 10, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Apr. 17, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Apr. 24, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 1, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 8, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 15, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 22, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 29, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (June 5, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (June 19, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (June 26, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (July 3, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (July 10, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (July 17, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (July 24, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (July 31, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 7, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 14, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 21, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Aug. 28, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Sep. 4, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Sep. 11, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Sep. 18, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Sep. 25, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 2, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 9, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 16, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 2p.

** (Oct. 23, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 30, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Nov. 6, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Nov. 20, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Nov. 27, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Dec. 4, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Dec. 11, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Dec. 18, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Dec. 25, 1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Jan. 1, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Jan. 15, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Jan. 22, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Jan. 29, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Feb. 5, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Feb. 12, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Feb. 19, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Feb. 26, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Mar. 12, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Mar. 19, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Mar. 26, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Apr. 2, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Apr. 9, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Apr. 16, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Apr. 23, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Apr. 30, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 7, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 14, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 21, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (May 28, 1983.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 1p.

** (Oct. 22, 1983.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

___ (Dec. 12, 1983.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Jan. 7, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Feb. 11, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Mar. 10, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

___ (Mar. 24, 1984.) Cartoon advertising Scream! on the inner back page. v Dracula.

** (Mar. 31, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Apr. 14, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (May 12, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (May 26, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (June 2, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (June 16, 1984.) “Chalky.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (June 23, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (June 30, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (July 7, 1984.) a. “Jackpot Jokes.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “X-Ray Specs.” 2p. v Dracula.

** (July 14, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (July 21, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Sep. 8, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Oct. 6, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Oct. 13, 1984.) “Wonder Wellies.” 1p. v Dracula (waxwork model.)

___ (Oct. 22, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Nov. 24, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Dec. 29, 1984.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Jan. 5, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Feb. 2, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

___ (Feb. 16, 1985.) “Buster’s Jokes Page.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Feb. 23, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Mar. 9, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Apr. 6, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (May 18, 1985.) “Cliff Hanger.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (July 6, 1985.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v bats. b. “Pete’s Pop-up Book.” 1p. v Count Dracula. c. “School Team”. 2p. v Unnamed.

** (July 13, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (July 20, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (July 27, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v bats.

** (Aug. 3, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Aug. 10, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie. A vampire cartoon, sent by a reader, is also included.

** (Aug. 17, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie (cameo.)

** (Aug. 24, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Aug. 31, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 7, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 14, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 21, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Sep. 28, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 5, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 12, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Oct. 19, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 26, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 2, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 9, 1985.) “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Nov. 16, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 23, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 30, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Dec. 7, 1985.) . a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Dec. 14, 1985.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Dec. 21, 1985.) Unnamed vampire on Cover. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Dec. 28, 1985.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Jan. 4, 1986.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Jan. 11, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Jan. 18, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Jan. 25, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Feb. 1, 1986.) a. “Cliff Hanger.” 1p. v Quacula. b. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Feb. 8, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Feb. 15, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Feb. 22, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Mar. 1, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Mar. 8, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Mar. 15, 1986.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Mar. 22, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Mar. 29, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Apr. 5, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Apr. 12, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Apr. 19, 1986.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b.“Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Apr. 26, 1986.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (May 3, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (May 10, 1986.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b.“Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (May 17, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (May 24, 1986.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (May 31, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (June 7, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (June 14, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (June 21, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (June 28, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (July 5, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (July 12, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (July 19, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (July 26, 1986.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Aug. 2, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 9, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 16, 1986.) “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 23, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 30, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 6, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 13, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 20, 1986.) “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 27, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 4, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 11, 1986.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Oct. 18, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 25, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 1, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 8, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 15, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 22, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 29, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Dec. 6, 1986.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Dec. 13, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Dec. 20, 1986.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Dec. 27, 1986.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Jan. 3, 1987.) “Fright School.” 2p. v various.

** (Jan. 10, 1987.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Jan. 24, 1987.) “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Jan. 31, 1987.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Feb. 7, 1987.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

­­­** (Feb. 14, 1987.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

­­­** (Feb. 21, 1987.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (Feb. 28, 1987.) “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

­­­** (Mar. 7, 1987.) a. “Cliff Hanger.” 1p. v Count Dracula. b. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. c. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Mar. 14, 1987.) a. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Mar. 21, 1987.) “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Mar. 28, 1987.) “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Apr. 4, 1987.) a. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Apr. 11, 1987.) “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Apr. 18, 1987.) a. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

___ (Apr. 25, 1987.) “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (May 3, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. v Angie (satire of Morticia Addams) and other vampire-like characters. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. v Dracula Dobbs. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (May 9, 1987.) “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (May 16, 1987.) “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

___ (May 23, 1987.) “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (May 30, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

___ (June 6, 1987.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. c. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (June 13, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (June 20, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (June 27, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (July 4, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. d. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (July 11, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (July 18, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. d. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (July 25, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 1, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 8, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. d. “It’s Buster Quiz Time” (quiz.) 1p. v Dracula Dobbs.

** (Aug. 15, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 22, 1987.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 29, 1987.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. c. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Sep. 5, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. d. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie. e. “It’s Buster Quiz Time” (quiz.) v Dracula Dobbs.

** (Sep. 12, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Sep. 19, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Sep. 26, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 3, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Oct. 10, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 17, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Oct. 24, 1987.) a. “Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 31, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Nov. 7, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. d. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Nov. 14, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Nov. 21, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 28, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Dec. 5, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. d. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Dec. 12, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Dec. 19, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Dec. 26, 1987.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “School Funds Featuring Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Jan. 2, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. d. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie. e. “It’s Buster Quiz Time” (quiz.) v Dracula Dobbs.

** (Jan. 9, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “It’s Buster Quiz Time” (quiz.) 1p. v Angie.

** (Jan. 16, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed. d. “It’s Buster Quiz Time “ (quiz.) 1p. v Angie.

** (Jan. 23, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Jan. 30, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Feb. 6, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Feb. 13, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Feb. 20, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Feb. 27, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Fright School.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Mar. 5, 1988.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 12, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 19, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 26, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Apr. 2, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Apr. 9, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Apr. 16, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

___ (Apr. 23, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

___ (Apr. 30, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 7, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 14, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 21, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 28, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (June 4, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (June 11, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (June 18, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (June 25, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (July 2, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (July 9, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (July 16, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (July 23, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (July 30, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Aug. 6, 1988.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Aug. 13, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Aug. 20, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Aug. 27, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

___ (Sep. 3, 1988.) “The Beastenders.” 2p.

** (Sep. 10, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Sep. 17, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Sep. 24, 1988.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Oct. 1, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Chalky.” 2p. v The Count.

___ (Oct. 8, 1988.) “The Beastenders.” 2p.

** (Oct. 15, 1988.) “The Beastenders.” 2p.

** (Oct. 22, 1988.) “Nipper.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 29, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Nov. 5, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Nov. 12, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Nov. 19, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Nov. 26, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Dec. 3, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Dec. 10, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Dec. 24, 1988.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Jan. 7, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Jan. 14, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Jan. 21, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

___ (Jan. 28, 1989.) “The Beastenders.” 2p.

** (Feb. 4, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Feb. 11, 1989.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

___ (Feb. 18, 1989.) “The Beastenders” 2p.

** (Feb. 25, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 4, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 11, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 18, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 25, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Apr. 1, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Apr. 8, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Apr. 15, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Apr. 22, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Apr. 29, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 6, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 13, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 20, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 27, 1989.) “The Beastenders.” 2p.

** (June 3, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (June 10, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.”. 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Vampire Brats!” by Rodgers & Stringerstien. 1p. v The Brat family (first appearance.)

** (June 17, 1989.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (June 24, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (July 1, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (July 8, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (July 15, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (July 22, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (July 29, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Aug. 5, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Aug. 12, 1989.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Aug. 19, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Aug. 26, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Sep. 2, 1989.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Sep. 9, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Sep. 16, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Sep. 23, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Sep. 30, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Oct. 7, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Oct. 14, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Oct. 21, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Oct. 28, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Nov. 4, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p. d. “Tom Thug’s Skooldayz” by Lew Stringer. 1p. v the Brats.

** (Nov. 11, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Nov. 18, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Nov. 25, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Dec. 2, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Dec. 9, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Dec. 16, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Dec. 23, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats Meet Santa Claus.” 1p.

** (Dec. 30, 1989.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Jan. 6, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Jan. 13, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Jan. 20, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Jan. 27, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Feb. 3, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Feb. 10, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Feb. 17, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Feb. 24, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Mar. 3, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Mar. 10, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 17, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Mar. 24, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Mar. 31, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Apr. 7, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Apr. 14, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Apr. 21, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Apr. 28, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (May 5, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 12, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (May 19, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Brain Busters!” (game.) 1p. v Dracula Dobbs.  c. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. d. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (May 26, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Tom Thug’s Skooldayz” by Lew Stringer. 2p. v Deadly Hedley. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (June 2, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (June 9, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (June 16, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (June 23, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (June 30, 1990.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (July 7, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (July 14, 1990.) a. “Do You Wish You Were Here?” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (July 21, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (July 28, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Aug. 4, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Aug. 11, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Aug. 18, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Aug. 25, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Sep. 1, 1990.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Sep. 8, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Sep. 15, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Sep. 22, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Sep. 29, 1990.) a. “The Beastenders.” 1p. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Oct. 6, 1990.) a. “Brain Busters! Spot the Differences.” 1p. v Unnamed (Game.) b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Oct. 13, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Oct. 20, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Oct. 27, 1990.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Nov. 3, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p. c. “X-Ray Specs.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Nov. 10, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Nov. 17, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Nov. 24, 1990.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Dec. 1, 1990.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Dec. 8, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “Nightmare on Erm Street.” 1p. v Dracula. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Dec. 15, 1990.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Dec. 22, 1990.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p. A Christmas vampire cartoon, sent by a reader, also appears.

** (Dec. 29, 1990.) a. “New Year Quiz” presented by The Vampire Brats. 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Jan. 5, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “Nightmare on Erm Street.” 1p. v Dracula. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Jan. 12, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Jan. 19, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Jan. 26, 1991.) “Meet the Artists… Lew Stringer.” 1p. v The Vampire Brats (self-portrait of their author.)

** (Feb. 2, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Feb. 9, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Feb. 16, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Feb. 23, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 2, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 9, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 16, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Mar. 23, 1991.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Mar. 30, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Apr. 6, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Apr. 13, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Apr. 20, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Apr. 27, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 4, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (May 11, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (May 18, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (May 25, 1991). “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (June 1, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (June 8, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “Nightmare on Erm Street.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (June 15, 1991.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (June 22, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (June 29, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (July 6, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (July 13, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (July 20, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (July 27, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Aug. 3, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Aug. 10, 1991.) a. “Chalky’s Joke Pad!” 1p. v The Vampire Brats. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Aug. 17, 1991.) a. “Buster’s Pin-Board.” 1p. v Dracula Dobbs. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Aug. 24, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** (Aug. 31, 1991.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** (Sep. 7, 1991.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. b. “Nightmare on Erm Street.” 1p. v Dracula. c. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

___ (Sept. 14, 1991). "The Beagles." 2p. v. Unnamed.

** (Oct. 5, 1991.) “Roboplod.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Oct. 12, 1991.) “Watch Out Beagle’s About.” 1p. Dracula.

** (Oct. 26, 1991.) a. “Tom Thug on Halloween.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Vid Kid.” 1p. v Unnamed.

___ (Nov. 10, 1991.) a. "Dracula Dobbs." 1p. b. "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Nov. 17, 1991.) "Dracula Dobbs." 1p.

** (Dec. 28, 1991.) “The Winners with Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (Feb. 15, 1992.) “Faceache.” 1p. v Faceache (who turns into Dracula.)

___ (Mar. 14, 1992.) "Nightmare on Erm Street." 4p. v. Freddie Mums (pseudo-vampire, disguised as Dracula.)

** (May 30, 1992.) “Buster’s Pin Board.” 1p. v Dracula Dobbs (drawn by a reader.)

** (June 13, 1992.) “Spot the Differences” (game.) 1p. v Dracula.

** (June 27, 1992.) “Are You a Cool Dude… or a Dumbo?” (games.) 1p. v Unnamed.

** (July 4, 1992.) “Sweeny Toddler.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Aug. 15, 1992.) “When Garlic Doesn’t Work…” 1p. v Dracula (promotional comic for Buster.)

** (Aug. 29, 1992.) “When Garlic Doesn’t Work…” 1p. v Dracula (promotional comic for Buster.)

** (Sep. 5, 1992.) “When Garlic Doesn’t Work…” 1p. v Dracula (promotional comic for Buster.)

** (Sep. 12, 1992.) a. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “Faceache.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Sep. 26, 1992.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Oct. 17, 1992.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Oct. 24, 1992.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Oct. 31, 1992.) a. “Chalky.” 1p. v Chalky as Dracula (pseudo-vampire.) b. “Tom Thug.” 1p. v The Mutant Vampire Skinhead.

** (Nov. 7, 1992.) “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Nov. 21, 1992.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Nov. 28, 1992.) a. “Baywitch.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Dear Buster” (cartoon.) v Unnamed.

** (Dec. 5, 1992.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Dec. 12, 1992.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Dec. 19, 1992.) a. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “The I-Scream Van.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Jan. 2, 1993.) a. “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Jan. 9, 1993.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Jan. 23, 1993.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Feb. 20, 1993.) “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (May 1, 1993.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (May 8, 1993). a. “Buster Babble!” (game.) 2p. v Unnamed. b. “MonStore.” 2p. v Dracula.

** (May 29, 1993.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (June 5, 1993.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (June 19, 1993.) “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (July 10, 1993.) “Watford Gapp.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (July 17, 1993.) a. “Cliff Hanger.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Aug. 21, 1993.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Sep. 4, 1993.) “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Oct. 16, 1993.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Oct. 30, 1993.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Dec. 4, 1993.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Dec. 11, 1993.) “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Dec. 25, 1993.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Jan. 21, 1994.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Feb. 11, 1994.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula (in bat form.)

** (March 18, 1994.) “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (April 8, 1994.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (May 6, 1994.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (May 27, 1994.) “Middle Aged Mutant Hero Dinner Ladies.” 2p. v Fangula.

** (July 22, 1994.) “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Aug. 5, 1994.) “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Aug. 26, 1994.) “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Sep. 23, 1994.) “Dr. Zitbag’s Transylvania Pet Shop.” 2p. v various.

** (Oct. 28, 1994.) “Watford Gapp.” 1p. v Dracula.

** (Dec. 17-29, 1994.) “Dr. Zitbag’s Transylvania Pet Shop.” 2p. v various.

___ (Jan. 20, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Feb. 2, 1995.) "Fright School." 2p. v. Unnamed.

___ (Feb. 17, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Mar. 3, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Mar. 17, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Mar. 31, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Apr. 14, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Apr. 28, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (May 12, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (June 9, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (July 7, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (July 21, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Aug. 4, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Aug. 18, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Sept. 1, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

___ (Sept. 15, 1995.) "The Vampire Brats." 1p.

Buster Classics. IPC/Fleetway [U.K.] The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1996.) “Deadly Hedley, the Vampire Detective” by M. Baxendale. 1p. v Deadly Hedley.

** no. 7 (Aug. 1996.) a. “Creepy Comix.” 2p. v Dracula. b. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed.

Buster Comic Library. IPC/Fleetway [U.K.] The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 11 (1985.) “Rent-a-Ghost Ltd.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 21 (1985.) “Ivor Lott and Tony Broke.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 23 (1985.) “Rent-a-Ghost Ltd.” 2p. v Unnamed

Buster and Monster Fun Holiday Special. IPC/Fleetway [U.K.] The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (n.d., price 30c, cover Kid Kong.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2p. v Draculass.

** (n.d., price 35p, cover Frankie Stein.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2p. v Draculass.

** (n.d., price 45p, cover Nessie.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2p. v Draculass. b. “It’s a Monster Laugh!” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (n.d., price 45p, cover Kid Kong.) a. “Beauty and the Beasts.” (game.) 2p. v Dracula. b. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 3p. v Draculass.

** (n.d., price 50p, cover Buster with Dragon.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 3 stories 1p. each. v Draculass. b. “Monster Mirth.” 1p. v Unnamed. c. “Terror TV.” 2p. v Dracula.

** (1982.) “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 3p.

** (1983a, price 50p, cover Buster with shark.) a. “Creepy Cakles.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2 stories 1p. each v Draculass. c. “Fun in the Sun with Little Monsters.” 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Fun Spot” (game.) 1p. v Dracula. d. “Terror TV.” 3p. v Dracula.

** (1983b [rectius 1984?], price 55p, cover Buster with seagulls.) a. “Deadly Hedley Vampire Detective.” 1p. b. “He’s Not Where He Ought to Be!” Game. 1p. v Deadly Hedley.

** (1984.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2 stories, 1p. each. b. "The Little Monsters Visit Loch Ness." 2p. v vampire haggis (game.) c. "Puzzle fun." 1p. v Dracula (game.) d. "X-Ray Specs." 2p. v Count Dracula.

** (1985.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Deadly Hedley Vampire Detective.” 2p.

** (1986.) a. “Dracula Dobbs.” 2 stories 2p. each. v Dracula Dobbs. b. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. v Draculass. c. “Puzzle Time” (game.) 1p. v Dracula Dobbs.

** (1988) Cover: Dracula Dobbs. a. “The Beastenders.” 2p. b. “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 3 stories, 1 p. each. c. “Dracula Dobbs.” 2 stories, 1p. each. d. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 3 stories, 1p. each e. “Escape from Dracula” (game.) 1p.

** (1989) a. “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective.” 3 stories, 1p. each. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. c. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2 stories, 1p. each. d. “Fright School.” 2p. v Unnamed. e. "Get-Away Ghouls." 2p. v vampire bats (game.) f. "Terror TV." 2p. v Unnamed.

Buster and Monster Fun Spring Special. IPC/Fleetway [U.K.] The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (n.d., price 40p, cover Draculass on dragon.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2p. v Draculass. b. “Terror TV.” 2p. v Unnamed.

The Buster Book. Fleetway [U.K.] Hc Annual. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (1983.) a. “Deadly Hedley, The Vampire Detective” by Martin Baxendale. 2 stories, 4p. and 2p. b. “S.O.S. Squad.” 4p. v Dracula look-alike (pseudo-vampire.)

** (1984.) “Deadly Hedley and the Case of the Loch Ness Monster” by Martin Baxendale. 4p. v Deadly Hedley.

** (1985.) “Deadly Hedley Vampire Detective” by Martin Baxendale. 2 stories 2p. each (the second simply titled “Deadly Hedley.”)

** (1988.) a. “Deadly Hedley, The Vampire Detective” by Martin Baxendale. 3 stories, 1p. each. b. “Fright School.” 1 story 1p. + 1 story 2p. c. “Master-Mind in Monster Mansion!” (game.) 2p. v Unnamed, vampire bat.

** (1989.) a. “Deadly Hedley The Vampire Detective.” 2 stories 1p. each v Deadly Hedley. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. v Dracula Dobbs. c. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie.

** (1990.) a. “Beastenders.” 4p. v Angie b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p. v Dracula Dobbs. c. “Faceache at Belmonte School.” 1p. v pseudo-vampire.

** (1993.) a. “Dozy Derek’s Diary.” 4p. v Unnamed. b. “Fright School.” 2 stories 2p. each + 1 story 2p. c. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie. d. “The Vampire Brats.” 2 stories, 1p. each.

** (1994.) a. “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective” by Martin Baxendale. 1p. b. “Grim Gym.” 1p. v Dracula. c. “Fun Spot” (game.) 1p. v Deadly Hedley.

Buster Fortnightly. IPC/Fleetway [U.K.] The list of vampire issues is not complete.

Buster Fornightly reprinted material from Buster and included new material. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 1 (Jan. 20, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 2 (Feb. 3, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 3 (Feb. 17, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 4 (Mar. 3, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 5 (Mar. 17, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

__ no. 6 (Mar. 31, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 7 (Apr. 14, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 8 (Apr. 28, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 9 (May 12, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 11 (June 9, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 12 (June 23, 1995.) a. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p. b. “Melvyn’s Mirror.” 2p. v The Vampire Brats. c. “Dr. Zitbag’s Transylvania Pet Shop.” v The Exorsisters. d. “Double Trouble.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 13 (July 7, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 14 (July 21, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 15 (Aug. 4, 1995.) a. “Megamaze” (game.) 1p. v Unnamed (from “The Vampire Brats.”) b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 16 (Aug. 18, 1995.) a. “Dr. Zitbag’s Transylvania Pet Shop.” v The Exorsisters (vampire-like characters.) b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 17 (Sep. 1, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 18 (Sep. 15, 1995.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 20 (Oct. 13, 1995.) a. “Dr. Zitbag’s Transylvania Pet Shop.” v The Exorsisters (vampire-like characters.) b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 21 (Oct. 27, 1995.)  a. “Buster’s Scream-Board.” 1p. v various (cartoons.) b. “Do You Wish You Were Here?” 1p. v Unnamed. c. “Dr. Zitbag’s Transylvania Pet Shop.” v The Exorsisters (vampire-like characters.) d. “It’s the Creepy Cut-Out Halloween Mask” (cut-out.) 1p. v Unnamed. e. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 23 (Nov. 24, 1995.) a. “Dr. Zitbag’s Transylvania Pet Shop.” v The Exorsisters. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 24 (Dec. 8, 1995.) a. “Dr. Zitbag’s Transylvania Pet Shop.” v The Exorsisters. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 27 (Jan. 19, 1996.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 33 (Apr. 12, 1996.) a. “Ridiculous Rhymes.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 34 (Apr. 26, 1996.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 36 (May 24, 1996.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 40 (July 23, 1996.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 41 (Aug. 6, 1996.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 43 (Sep. 3, 1996.) a. “Dr. Zitbag’s Transylvania Pet Shop.” v The Exorsisters. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 44 (Sep. 17, 1996.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 76 (Dec. 9, 1997.) a. “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

___ (Sep. 16 – Sep. 29. 1998.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

** no. 98 (Sep. 30 – Oct. 13, 1988.) “The Vampire Brats.” 1p.

___ (Dec. 9 – Dec. 22, 1998.) “Creepy Comix.” 1p. v Dracula.

___ (May 26 – June 8, 1989.) “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 120 (Aug. 4 – Aug. 17, 1999.) a. “Bobby’s Ghoul.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

___ (Sep. 1 – Sep. 14, 1999.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

___ (Oct. 13 – Oct. 26, 1999.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

___ (Oct. 27 – Nov. 9, 1999.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

** no. 127 (Nov. 10 – Nov. 23, 1999.) “Dracula Dobbs.” 1p.

The Buster Holiday Special. IPC [U.K.] mag. b&w.

/// The Buster Holiday Special was issued annually and included reprints of material from the long-standing series, Buster, known in the later 1970s as Buster and Monster Fun. The various issues reprinted different strips from Buster such as the vampire-oriented strips: "Draculass—Daughter of Dracula," "Dracula Dobbs," "Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective," "Fright School," "Terror TV." The list of vampire issues is not complete.

___ (1983.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. v Draculass. b. “Terror TV.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (1984) a. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie. b. “Jest a Moment” (Game.) 1p. v Unnamed.

** (1986.) a. “Boxatricks.” 1p. v Unnamed (from “Ghost Train.”) b. “Good Guy.” 1p. v Count Calorie. c. “Fright School.” 2p. v vampire innkeeper (from “Scream Inn.”)

** (1988) a. "Dracula Dobbs" 1p. v Dracula b. “Just Joking” (jokes.) 1p. v Unnamed.

Busty the Vampire Murderer. Blatant Comics. Satire.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1998.) By Rod Potchak, Jr., and Chris Crosby & Tony Furtado. 16p. Satire of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Cover: Tony Furtado.

** no. 1a Nude edition. Cover: Tony Furtado.

Butler & Hogg’s Monster. Slave Labor Graphics. b&w.

** no. 1 (May 1997.) "Vampire Love" by Chris Hogg & Chris Butler. 25p. v the monster.

Buxotica. N.p.[Brainstorm.] b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (n.d. [2000.]) Portfolio. Includes Buxotica as vampire.

** no. 1a Premium edition.

Buzz. D.C. Thompson [U.K.]. Large format. Satire.

** no. 83 (Aug. 17, 1974.) “Spookum School.” 1p. v Unnamed vampire photographer.

C

Cadaver. Fathom Press. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 0 (Sep. 1992.) "Lick the Stitches" by Brad Moore. 4p. v Unnamed.

Cadence of the Dirge. Gothic Ltd.

** no. 1 (May 1996.) By Ronnie Prudhomme, Jr., & Brian LeBlanc. 23p. v Aimee.

** no. 1a Alternate cover by Daniel Presedo.

Caliber Presents. Caliber. b&w. anth.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1989.) "Old World" by Mark C. Perry. 6p. Text. v Helmut, Michael.

** no. 5 (July 1989.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

Calibrations. Caliber.

­­­** no. 1 (1996.) “Stage Fright: A Tale of The Lost” by Marc Andreyko & Jill Thompson. 8p. v Peter (first appearance of “The Lost” story line.)

Called from Darkness. Anarchy Bridgeworks. b&w.

** no. 1 (1997.) "A Call into the Light" by Vinson Watson & Marc Sandroni. 26p. v Alucard (Vlad Dracula,) Aaron et al. Cover: Marc Sandroni & Frank Alarcon.

___ no. 1a Alternate cover: Marc Sandroni & Travis Stephens.

Canadian Children’s Annual. Potlach Publications [Canada.]

** (1996.) “Professor Baloney and His Time-Truck” by Terri Fletcher. 2p. v Unnamed.

Captain Africa. African Prince Productions/Diehard Studio. b&w.

** no. 1 (June 1992.) Part 1 (of 3.) "Bite of the Scarab" by Dwane J. Ferguson. 22p. v Zwei.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1993.) Part 2. "Bite of the Scarab." 23p.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1993.) Part 3. "Bite of the Scarab." 22p.

Captain America. Timely Comics [later  Complete Photo Story Corp.] Pre-code.

** no. 18 (Sep. 1942.) "Captain America and the Tomb of Horror" by Otto Binder & Al Avison. 12p. v various. c. Captain America [rpt. in Captain America Comics aka Captain America Giant Annual (1943.)]

** no. 24 (Mar. 1943.) “The Vampire Strikes” by Al Avison. 20p. v Count Varnis. Note: a different story from “The Vampire Strikes,” All-Winners Comics #5 (1942,) where Captain America battles a different vampire. Rpt. in Comix: A History Comic Books in America (1971.)

** no. 62 (May 1947.) “The Kingdom of Terror!”. 12p. v Black Baron. Note: in this story the Black Baron wears a cape but is a human gangster rather than a vampire. When the Black Baron will reappear in the Marvel Universe in 1977 we will be told that he can appear as vampire, werewolf, or human. In the 1977 vampire only some vague features of this 1947 Black Baron are conserved, in addition to the name.

Captain America. Marvel.

** no. 217 (Jan. 1978.) "The Search for Steve Rogers" by Roy Thomas, Don Glut & John Buscema et al. v Vamp, a super-heroine who can drain and use the powers of her enemies. (Intro.) Cover by John Buscema.

** no. 222 (June 1978.) "Monumental Menace!" by Steve Gerber & Sal Buscema, John Tartag, and Mike Esposito. 17p. v Animus, energy vampire.

** no. 223 (July 1978.) "Call Me Animus, Captain America!" by Steve Gerber & Sal Buscema, Mike Esposito, and John Tartag. 17p. v Animus.

** no. 224 (Aug. 1978.) "Saturday Night Furor!" by Peter Gillis & Mike Zeck. 17p. v Animus.

** no. 229 (Jan. 1979.) “Traitors All About Me!” by Roger McKenzie, Sal Buscema & Don Perlin. 17p. v Vamp (Animus.)

** no. 229a. Canadian edition (price indicates as 35c rather than “still only 35c;” indication “#229” appears on the left upper side of the cover while on the U.S. edition indication “229 JAN” appears on the right upper side.)

** no. 230 (Feb. 1979.) “Assault on Alcatraz!” by Roger Stern, Sal Buscema & Don Perlin. 17p. v Vamp (Animus.)

** no. 231 (Mar. 1979.) “Aftermath” by Roger McKenzie, Sal Buscema & Don Perlin. 17p. v Vamp (Animus.)

** no. 253 (Jan. 1981.) "Should Old Acquaintances Be Forgot" by Roger Stern & John Byrne. 22p. v Baron Blood. Cover by John Byrne [rpt. in Captain America Battles Baron Blood (1982) and Captain America: War and Rememberance (1990.)]

** no. 254 (Feb. 1981.) "Blood on the Moors" by Roger Stern & John Byrne. 22p. v Baron Blood. Cover by John Byrne [rpt. in Captain America Battles Baron Blood (1982) and Captain America: War and Remembrance (1990.)]

** no. 319 (July 1986.) "Overkill" by Mark Grunwald & Paul Neary. 22p. v The Vamp.

** no. 319a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 95 cents.

** no. 396 (Jan. 1992.) “Trick or Treat” by Mark Gruenwald & Rik Levins. 17p. v vampire bats (controlled by Blackwing.)

** no. 396a Australian edition. Dated “April [1992;”] price indicated only as $ 1.50 AUS.

** no. 398 (Mar. 1992.) “The Skeleton Crew: Silence of the Night” by Mark Gruenwald & Larry Alexander. 5p. v vampire bats (controlled by Blackwing.)

** no. 398a Australian edition. Dated “June [1992;”] price indicated only as $ 1.80 AUS.

** no. 405 (Late Aug. 1992.) “Diamondback! Cross Country” by Mark Gruenwald & Larry Alexander. 5p. v vampire bats (controlled by Blackwing.)

** no. 405a Australian edition. Dated “Late November [1992;”] price indicated only as $ 1.80 AUS.

** no. 406 (Early Sep. 1992.) “Diamondback! Fight on Skull Mountain!” by Mark Gruenwald & Larry Alexander. 5p. v vampire bats (controlled by Blackwing.)

** no. 406a Australian edition. Dated “Earlty December [1992;”] price indicated only as $ 1.80 AUS.

Note: Blackwing is a recurrent villain in the Marvel universe. Only the issues where he is accompanied by his vampire bats are included in the list.

Captain America. Marvel

** no. 20 (Aug. 1999.) Part 1. “Bloodline” by Bill Rosemann & Vince Evans. 6p. v Baron Blood.

** no. 21 (Sep. 1999.) Part 2. "Bloodline." 6p.

Captain America. Marvel Comics [U.K.] Weekly. b&w.

** no. 15 (June 3, 1981.) Part 1. “Blood on the Moors” by Roger Stern & John Byrne. 9p. v Baron Blood [from Captain America #254 (1981.)] Cover: Baron Blood’s coffin.

** no. 16 (June 10, 1981.) Part 2. “Blood on the Moors. 4p. [from Captain America #254 (1981.)]

** no. 17 (June 17, 1981.) Part 3. “Blood on the Moors. 10p. [from Captain America #254 (1981.)] Cover: Baron Blood.

** no. 18 (June 24, 1981.) Part 4. “Blood on the Moors. 11p. [from Captain America #254 (1981.)] Cover: Baron Blood.

Captain America Battles Baron Blood. Marvel. Mass market pb.

** (May 1982.) a. "Blood on the Moors" by Roger Stern & John Byrne. 22p. v Baron Blood [Captain America #254 (1981.)] b. "Should Old Acquaintances Be Forgot" by Roger Stern & John Byrne. 22p. v Baron Blood [Captain America #254 (1981.)]

Captain America Comics aka Captain America Giant Annual. Universal Crime Stories. Pre-code.

** (1943.) "Captain America and the Tomb of Horror" by Otto Binder & Al Avison. 12p. v various vampire-like demons. c. Captain America [Captain America 18 (1942.)]

Captain America: War and Remembrance. Marvel. rpt. tpb.

** (1990.) a. "Blood on the Moors" by Roger Stern & John Byrne. 22p. v Baron Blood [Captain America #254 (1981.)] b. "Should Old Acquaintances Be Forgot" by Roger Stern & John Byrne. 22p. v Baron Blood [Captain America #254 (1981.)] Collects issues 250 and 252-254 of Captain America (1981.)

Captain America’s Weird Tales. Marjean Magazine Corp. Pre-code.

** no. 75 (Feb. 1950.) “The Bat!” 8p. v Countess Dolores Ibanez, Duke Fernando de Toledano.

Captain Marvel Adventures. Fawcett Publications. Pre-code anth.

** no. 1 (1941.) “Capt. Marvel Battles the Vampire” by Anon & Jack Kirby and Dick Briefer. 16p. v Bram Thirla c. Captain Marvel. rpt. Flashback #10 (1974;) The Complete Jack Kirby: Volume 2 (1940-1941) (1997;) The Shazam! Archives vol. 2 (1999.)]

** no. 140 (Jan. 1953.) "The Mongol Blood Drinkers." 4p. v Blood-drinkers of Mongolia.

** no. 141 (Feb. 1953.) “World of Vampires: A Jon Jarl Adventure” by Eando Binder (i.e., Otto Binder.) 2p. Text. v “vampire trees” c. Jon Jarl.

** no. 147 (Aug. 1953.) “The Vampire Burglar” by Anon. & C. C. Beck. 6p. v Unnamed Transylvanian vampire (stealing American candy bars because they contain “malakiza,” a substance also found in human blood.) c. Captain Marvel.

       Captain Midnight. Fawcett Publication.

**       no. 5 (Feb. 10, 1943.) “The Beasts That Flew Like Birds!” 13p. v vampire bats.

       Captain Science. Youthful Magazines. Pre-code anth.

**       no. 4 (June 1951.)  “Vampires – Truth or Fiction?” 2p. Text v various.

The Captain’s Jolting Tales. One Shot Press. b&w.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1991.) "Nocturnal Prey" by David C. J. Bunn. 15p. v Arlington Hammer.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1991.) "Unholy Alliance" by David C. J. Bunn & Cesar Feliciano. 16p. v Arlington Hammer.

** no. 3 (1995.) "The Root of Evil" by David C. J. Bunn & Jim Taylor. 16 p. v Arlington Hammer. Polybagged with trading card.

___ no. 3a Silver Ink edition.

Car Toons. Petersen. mag. Satire anth.

** no. 25 (Oct. 1965.) “Count Dragster” by Jerry Barnett. 4p. v Count Dragster.

** no. 61 (Oct. 1971.) “Ruy Hogg’s Sunny Spooker” by Jerry Barnett. 3p. v Count Dragster.

** no. 75 (Feb. 1974.) “Vampire!” by Hans Tanner & Jack Bonestell, 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 79 (Oct. 1974.) “Ruppert Hogg goes Hogula” by Jerry Barnett. 3p. v Hogula.

Second series

** no. 5 (Wint. 1978) “The Vanpire” [sic] by Sandra Redd. 1p. v Unnamed.

Carmilla. Aircel Comics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1991.) By Steven Jones & John Allen. 28p. v Carmilla Karnstein, a.k.a. Marcilla Karnstein.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1991.) 26p.

** no. 3 (Apr. 1991.) 30p.

** no. 4 (May 1991.) 26p.

** no. 5 (June 1991.) 28p.

** no. 6 (July 1991.) 27p.

Note: Adaptation of Joseph Sheridan LeFanu's novella "Carmilla."

Carpe Noctem. Carpe Noctem. mag.

___ no. 2: 2 (n.d.) “Fondling the Intestinal Meat Niblets.” 1p. v vampire rabbit.

The Cartoon Aid Book. Cartoon Aid Ltd. [U.K.] hc. Sold for the Band Aid Trust for Famine Relief.

** (1987). “Scare Bears.” 1 story, 12p. + 2 strips, 1p. each v one of the Scare Bears is actually a vampire.

The Cartoon History of Rock and Roll. Elm Tree Books [U.K.] Book. Tpb.

** (1989.) By Serge Dutfoy and Dominique Farran & Michael Sadler. 103p. v Jerry Lee Lewis (as a pseudo-vampire, cameo.) Originally published in France as Histoire du Rock en bandes dessinées (Paris : Éditions Francis Van de Velde, 1987.)

Cartoon Network Presents. DC.

** no. 11 (June 1998.) “Wacky Races: Fair Play” by Sam Henderson & Bronwym Taggart. 14p. v Unnamed, one of the Gruesome Twosome driving The Creepy Coupe. Cover: Gary Fields.

** no. 15 (Nov. 1998.) “Media Madness” by Michael Kupperman & Bill Alger. 8p.

Note: Cartoon Network Presents no. 7 (Feb. 1998) also includes a Wacky Races story (“Drag Racing” by Michael Kraiger & Bill Alger, 14p.) and cover, but neither feature the Gruesome Twosome.

Casper. See: The Friendly Ghost, Casper.

Casper Digest Magazine. Harvey. anth. Digest.

** no. 8 (Jan. 1989.) "Wendy, the Good Little Witch." 1p. v Unnamed.

Casper Strange Ghost Stories. Harvey Comics.

** no. 8 (Feb. 1976.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

   Cassidy: Blood & Whiskey. See: Preacher Special: Cassidy: Blood & Whiskey.

Castle of Frankenstein. Gothic Castle Publishing Co. b&w. mag.

** no. 2 (1962.) "Vampire!" by Larry Ivie. 6p. v Steven Stiles.

Castle of Horror. Portman [U.K.] anth. b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (n.d., 1978?.) a. “Blindspot!” by Gerry Conway and Virgilio Redondo & Alfredo Alcala. 8p. v Sweeney. b. “A House of Pleasure, the House of Death” by Doug Moench and Mike Vosburg & Howard Nostrand. 10p. v various vampiress. c. “Lilith, Daughter of Dracula!” by Marv Wolfman, Steve Gerber, Bob Brown & Tom Palmer. 10p. v Lilith. d. “A Taste of Crimson Life” by Doug Moench & Sonny Trinidad. 25p. v Morbius [Vampire Tales #10 (1975.)]

** no. 2 (1978.) a. "Beware the Legions!" by Marv Wolfman & Tony DeZuniga. 23p. c. Blade the Vampire Slayer [Vampire Tales #8 (1974.)] b. "The Blood Sacrifice of Amanda Saint” by Don McGregor, Rich Buckler & Pablo Marcos. 11p. v Morbius [Vampire Tales #2 (1973.)] c. “Bloodmoon" by Marv Wolfman, Chris Claremont & Tony DeZuniga. 12p. v Anton Vierken, Legion of Vampires, Blade [Vampire Tales #9 (1975.)] d. "The Living Dead" by Roy Thomas & Alan Kupperberg and Dick Giordano. 8p. v Count Barsac. Based on a story by Robert Bloch [Vampire Tales #5 (1974.)] e. "The Vampire Viscount of France" by Doug Moench & Win Mortimer. 2p. v Viscount de Morieve [Vampire Tales #5 (1974.)] f. "The Vampire Wants Blood!" by Doug Moench & Val Mayerik. 9p. [Vampire Tales #5 (1974.)] g. "The Way It Began!" by Roy Thomas & Gil Kane. 11p. v Morbius [Vampire Tales #5 (1974.)]

** no. 3 (1978.) a. "The Collection" by Russ Jones and Bhob Stewart & Paul Reinman. 4p. v Millicent Mason [Vampire Tales #3 (1974.)] b. "The Colour of Crimson Gold" by Doug Moench & Vicente Alcazar. 11p. v various [Vampire Tales #6 (1974.)] c. "Demon Fire!" by Don McGregor & Rich Buckler. 12p. v Morbius [Vampire Tales #3 (1974.)] d. "The Inheritance" by Carla Conway and Gerry Conway & Alfredo Alcala. 10p. v Martin Cunningham [Vampire Tales #8 (1974.)] e. "Lighthouse of the Possessed" by Don McGregor & Tom Sutton. 13p. v Morbius [Vampire Tales Annual (1975.)] f. "A Vampire's Home Is His Castle" by Doug Moench & Lombardia. 9p. v Count Varma [Vampire Tales #4 (1974.)] g. "The Vampire's Coffin!" by Tony Di Preta. 5p. v Captain Banner [Mystery Tales #15 (1953.)]

** no. 4 (1978.) a. "Agents of the Night Road" by Doug Moench & Howard Chaykin. 9p. v Unnamed [Vampire Tales #7 (1974.)] b. "Bats" by Doug Moench & Paul Gulacy and Duffy Vohland. 7p. v Unnamed [Vampire Tales #7 (1974.)] c. "Blood Lunge" by Doug Moench & Russ Heath. 5p. v vampire bat [Vampire Tales #9 (1975.)] d. "Blood Tide!" by Don McGregor & Rich Buckler and Ernie Chua. 14p. v Morbius [Vampire Tales #5 (1974)] e. "Sip the Sweet Poison" by Doug Moench & Billy Graham. 9p. v Horace Grimstone [Vampire Tales #7 (1974)] f. "Somewhere Waits the Vampire" by Anon & Paul Reinman. 5p. v Kraska, Sophis von Heinif [Journey into Unknown Worlds #27 (1954)] g. "The Thing in the Freezer" by Marv Wolfman & Syd Shores. 5p. v Melissa Rhodes et al. [Monsters Unleashed #1 (1973.)]

Note: Castle of Horror reprinted in b&w. Marvel U.S. stories without the authorization of Marvel. The latter took action and the series was promptly discontinued.

Cat-Man Comics. Holyoke. Pre-code

** no. 8 (Mar 1942.) “The Green Vampire.” 6p. v The Green Vampire. c. The Pied Piper.

Catwoman Plus. DC.

___ no. ½ (1997).  v Nina Skorzeny.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1997.) a. "Undead and Loving IT!" by Chuck Dixon & Anthony Williams and Andy Lansing. 2p. v Nina "Screamqueen" Skorzeny. b. "Wild Things" by Len Kaminski & Anthony Williams. 11p. v Nina "Screamqueen" Skorzeny [Crossover story continued in Robin Plus, Superboy Plus, and Impulse Pulse.]

Catwoman/Vampirella: The Furies. Harris. tpb.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1997.) By Chuck Dixon & Jim Balent and Ray McCarthy. 48p. Cover: Jim Balent & Jimmy Palmiotti.

Cavewoman: One-Shot Special. Basement Comics.

** no. 1 (July 2000.) “Devon’s Tales – Part One” by Devon Massey. 11p. v Dracula.

___ no. 1a Frankie & Meriem alternate cover. Limited to 1,000.

___ no. 1b Jungle Green Foil edition. Limited to 500.

The CFD Book of Lingerie. Creative Force Designs. b&w.

** no. 1 (Sum. 1994.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

Chains of Chaos. Harris Comics.

** no. 1 (1994.) by Tom Sniegoski, John Stinsman, and Joe Weems. 28p. v Vampirella, Bloodfang. Cover: John Estes.

** no. 2 (1994.) 26p.

** no. 3 (1995.) 26p.

Challenge of the Unknown. Ace Magazines. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 6 (Sep. 1950.) "Villa of the Vampire" by Sekowsky. 7p. v Nicola Di Pini [rpt.  in Web of Mystery #19 (1953;) rpt. b&w. and “modernized” as “The Vampire Lives” in Horror Tales vol. 3, no. 5 (1971;) Weird vol. 7, no. 5 (1973,) vol. 9, no. 4 (1976,) and vol. 12, no. 1 (1979;) Terror Tales vol. 8, no. 1 (1977;) and Weird Vampire Tales vol. 5, no. 3 (1982.)]

Note: This story was cited in the New York Joint Legislature Committee and was one of the stories that led to the original promulgation of the Comics Code.

Chamber of Chills. Harvey/Witches Tales, Inc. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 5 (Feb. 1952.) Cover. No vampire content.

** no. 15 (Jan. 1953.) Cover. No vampire content.

** no. 20 (Nov. 1953.) “Chilly Chamber Music” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 21 (Jan. 1954.) "Lovers." Text. 1p. v After confessing her feelings, Janet discovers that her beloved is also a vampire.

** no. 24 (July 1954.) a. “Chilly Chamber Music: Songs from the Spook Box!” 1p. v Unnamed (cameo.) b. "I, Vampire" by Howard Nostrand. 5p. v Unnamed.

Chamber of Chills. Marvel. Horror anth.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1973.) "The Monster from the Mound!" by Gardner F. Fox & Frank Brunner. 8p. v Santiago de Valdez. Note: Robert E. Howard, "The Horror from the Mound." Weird Tales, May 1932. [rpt. with the original title “The Horror from the Mound!” in Robert E. Howard Horror (1999;) in Chamber of Chills #2 “Horror” was changed into “Monster” following a suggestion by the Comic Code Authority.] b. “Thirst” by Steve Gerber & Craig Russell. 4p. v Unnamed space vampire.

** no. 16 (May 1975.) a. "Masquerade Party" by Anon & Steve Ditko. 5p. v Rex Bond, pseudo-vampire. b. “The Room Without a Door.” 7p. v cameo [Strange Tales #5 (1952.)]

** no. 23 (July 1976.) “Bat’s Tales” by Stan Lee & R.H. 3p. v Kruzak and others [as “Terror’s Tale”, Marvel Tales #113 (1953.)]

** no. 23a 30c variant.

Chamber of Chills. Yaffa [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (n.d., © 1977.) Cover. a. “The Monster from the Mound” by Gardner F. Fox & Frank Brunner. 8p. v Santiago de Valdez (adapted by the short story by Robert H. Howard “The Horror from the Mound,” Weird Tales, May 1932) [Chamber of Chills (Marvel) #2 (1973.)] b. “Thirst” by Steve Gerber & Craig Russell. 4p. v Unnamed space vampire [Chamber of Chills (Marvel) #2 (1973.)]

Champions. Hero Graphics.

** no. 5 (Jan. 1988.) a. “It’s the Champions” by Dennis Mallonee & Chris Marrinah. 11p. v Sylvia [rpt. in Champions Annual #2 (1992.)] b. “Sylvia, the Last Vampire.” 1p. Text.

Champions Annual. Hero Graphics. b&w. anth.

** no. 2 (1992.) “It’s the Champions” by Dennis Mallonee & Chris Marrinah. 11p. v Sylvia [Champions #5 (1988.)]

Champions of Hell. Hunter Thompson Unlimited. b&w. Mag. Adult.

___ no. 2 (1999). "The Scorned" by Ira Hunter & Lawrence Denvir. 28p. v Bloodwurm, Whorcle, Succubus

___ no. 5 (1999). "Altar of Sacrifice" by Ira Hunter & Lawrence Denvir. 28. v Bloodwurm.

Champs. Fantagraphics. tpb.

** no. 1 (1999.) By Steven Weissman. 86 p. v Li’l Bloody.

Chaos! Bible. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1995.) By William A. Christensen & Mark Seifert. Texts. “Character profiles” of v Chastity, Jade, Purgatori.

Chaos! Chronicles. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 (Feb. 2000.) “Chaos! Chronicles: Being the Story of the Universe” by Brian Pulido & Matt Brady. 26p. Illustrated text. v Purgatori, Chastity.

The Chaos Effect. Valiant.

** Alpha (1994.) “Chaos Rules” by Bob Layton & Bernard Chang. 15p. v Alexandre Darque, a psychic vampire feeding on soul.

** Omega (Nov. 1994.) “From Chaos Comes… Order” by Bob Layton & Bernard Chang. 15p. v Alexandre Darque (although not depicted, he is often mentioned and in fact plays a crucial role in the story.)

Chaos! Gallery. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1997.) Portfolio. 24p. v Purgatori, Chastity.

Chaos! Quarterly! Chaos! Comics. anth.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1995.) “Purgatori” by Brian Pulido & Paul Pelletier. 11p. v Purgatori. Cover: Julie Bell.

** no. 1a Premium edition.

** no. 3 (May 1996.) a. “After Shock” by Brian Pulido & Paul Pelletier. 18p. v “Three Flaming Vampires.” b. “Cremator” by Christensen & Seifert and Leonardo Jimenez. 12p. v Purgatori (cameo.)

Charm School: Magical Witch Girl Bunny. Slave Labor Graphics. b&w.

** no. 1 (Apr. 2000.) By Elizabeth Watasin. 21p. v Dean et al.

** no. 2 (June 2000.) 24p.

** no. 3 (Dec. 2000.) 24p.

Collected as a tpb. in 2002.

Charons of Hell. Gredown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (n.d.) “The Body in the Cemetery.” 12p. v Unnamed female vampire-ghost. Transl. from Spanish.

Chastity ½. Chaos! Comics.

** Ashcan Preview (2000.) By Steven Grant & Adriano Batista. 12p. Limited to 666 copies. Cover: Adriano Batista.

___ Ashcan Platinum edition. Cover by Peter Vale. 50 copies.

Continuing Series.

Chastity: Love Bites. Chaos! Comics

** Ashcan Preview (2000.) By Brian Pulido & Peter Vale. 10p. Cover: Peter Vale. Limited to 999 copies.

** Premium Ashcan Preview. Cover: L. Ross & F. Laguna. Limited to 50 copies.

Chastity: Lust for Life. Chaos! Comics.

** Preview book (1999.) “Lust for Life Preview” by Brian Pulido & Phil Nutman. 9p. v Chastity. Cover: Ed Benes. Limited to 2,500 copies.

___ a Preview Book signed edition. Limited to 2,500 copies.

** no. 1 (May 1999.) By Phil Nutman & Edward Benes. 22p. v Chastity, Hemlock. Cover: Ed Benes.

** no. 1a Premium edition. Cover: Humberto Ramos. Limited to 3,000 copies.

___ no. 1b Onyx premium edition.

** no. 1c Dynamic Forces alternate cover: Mike Wieringo. Limited to 5,000 copies.

___ no. 1d Dynamic Forces alternate cover: Mike Wieringo. Signed edition.

** no. 2 (June 1999.) 22p. Cover: Ed Benes.

** no. 3 (July 1999.) 22p. Cover: Ed Benes.

Chastity: Reign of Terror. Chaos! Comics.

___ Ashcan (2000.) Limited to 66 copies.

** no. 1 (Oct. 2000.) By Steven Grant & Luke Ross. 22p. v Chastity. Cover: Al Rios.

** no. 1a Premium edition. Limited to 3,000 copies. Cover: Dorian Cleavenger.

Chastity: Rocked. Chaos! Comics.

** Preview book (1998.) 8p. b&w. Limited to 2,000 copies. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1998.) “Lust for Life” by Phil Nutman & Justiniano. 22p. v Chastity, Jade, Purgatori.

** no. 1a Variant cover. Note: Three variant covers together form a single picture. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 1b Variant cover. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1998.) “The Passenger.” 22p. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1999.) “Search and Destroy” by Phil Nutman & Ivan Reis. 22p. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1998.) “Winners and Losers.” 22p. Cover: Justiniano.

Chastity Shattered. Chaos! Comics.

** (2000) Ashcan. 12p. Limited to 999 copies.

** Ashcan premium edition. Limited to 50 numbered copies.

Chastity Sketchbook. Chaos! Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (May 1997.) Portfolio by Justiniano. v Chastity. Limited to 3,000 copies.

** no. 1a. Chromium edition. Limited to 800 copies.

Chastity: Theatre of Pain. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1997.) By Brian Pulido & Justiniano. 24p. v Chastity, Farley, the Countess. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 1a Onyx Premium edition. Cover: Justiniano.

___ no. 1b. Omega edition.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1997.) 24p. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 2a Standing Ovation edition. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 2b Standing Ovation variant with Wizard seal. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 3 (June 1997.) 25p. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 3a Limited engagement, “Final Curtain” edition. Cover: Justiniano.

Chastity: Theatre of Pain. Chaos! Comics. tpb.

** (1997.) by Brian Pulido & Justiniano. 104p. v Chastity, Farley, the Countess. Cover: Justiniano.

The Checkered Demon. Last Gasp.

** no. 2 (1988.) “A Grotto of Vampire Clones” by S. Clay Wilson. 1p. v various c. The Checkered Demon [rpt. in The Collected Checkered Demon – Volume I (1998.)]

Cheeta Pop Scream Queen. Antarctic Press. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (May 1994.) “Love Sucker” by Frank Storm. 5p. v Cheeta.

Cherry. Last Gasp. b&w. anth. Satire. Adult.

** no. 13 (1992.) “Cherry Meets the Vampire LeStud” by Larry Welz. Satire. 8p. v LeStud.

Cherry. Cherry Comics. b&w. rpt. Adult.

** no. 1 (1998.) Back cover: “Vampironica” by L. Todd. 1p. [Cherry Pop Tart #1 (1982.)]

Cherry Pop Tart. Last Gasp. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1982.) a. “Vampironica” by L. Todd. 8p. v Vampironica. (Archie [Veronica] parody) [rpt. in Cherry Poptart #1 (1994;) Cherry #1 (1998.)] b. “The Wholesome Twins” by Jay Kinney. v CIA.

** no. 1b rpt. omitting both stories, but retaining the back cover with splash page.

Cherry Poptart. Kitchen Sink. rpt. Satire. Adult.

** no.1 (1994.) Back cover: “Vampironica” by L. Todd. 1p. v Vampironica [Cherry Pop Tart #1 (1982.)]

Cheryl Blossom. Archie Comic Publications.

** no. 8 (Jan. 1998.) “Masquerade Madness” by Dan Parent. 11p. v the Count (pseudo-vampire.) Cover: Dan DeCarlo.

Cheval Noir. Dark Horse. b&w. anth. Movie tie-in.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1990.) “The Promise” by John Bolton and Steve Moore. 16p. v Dracula. An abridged adaptation of Hammer Film’s Dracula—Prince of Darkness. Cover by John Bolton.

Children of the Night. Night Wynd Enterprises. b&w.

** no. 1 (1992.) Series by Barry Blair & Angel de Mioche. 28p. v Nadia.

** no. 2 (1992.) 26p.

** no. 3 (1992.) 27p.

** no. 4 (1992.) 30p.

Chill from the Grave. Gredown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (n.d.) “Who Toys with Terror!” by John Severin. 7p. v Dracula toy (which comes alive.) [Weird Tales of the Macabre #2 (1975.)]

Chiller Pocket/Digest Books. Marvel U.K. anth. rpt.

** no. 1 (1980.) a. “Dracula the Last Traitor!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 32p. v Dracula [The Tomb of Dracula #59 (1977.)] b. “Satana the Devil’s Daughter: Deathsong” by Chris Claremont & The Tribe. 15p. v Satana.

** no. 2 (1980.) “Dracula: Resurrection!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 30p. v Dracula [The Tomb of Dracula #61 (1977.)]

** no. 3 (1980.) “Dracula: The Road to Hell!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 32p. [The Tomb of Dracula #63 (1978.]

** no. 4 (1980.) “Dracula: Where No Vampire Has Gone Before!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 19p. [The Tomb of Dracula #65 (1978.)]

** no. 5 (1980.) “Dracula: Shadow in Greenwich Village!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 17p. [The Tomb of Dracula #66 (1978.)]

** no. 6 (1980.) “The Return to Transylvania!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 18p. [The Tomb of Dracula #68 (1979.)]

** no. 7 (1980.) “Batwings Over Transylvania” by Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan & Tom Palmer [The Tomb of Dracula #69 (1979.)]

** no. 8 (1980.) “Lords of the Undead” by Stan Lee, 35p. [The Tomb of Dracula #70 (1979.)]

** no. 10 (1980.) “Dracula” by Gerry Conway & Gene Colan. 25p. [The Tomb of Dracula #1 (1972.)]

** no. 11 (1980.) “The Fear Within” by Gerry Conway & Gene Colan. 21p. [The Tomb of Dracula #2 (1972.)]

** no. 12 (1981.) “Who Stalks the Vampire?” by Archie Goodwin & Gene Colan. 20p. [The Tomb of Dracula #3 (1972.)]

** no. 13 (1980.) “Through a Mirror Darkly!” by Archie Goodwin & Eugene Colan. 20p. [The Tomb of Dracula #4 (1972.)]

** no. 14 (1980.) “Tomb of Dracula!: Death to a Vampire-Slayer!” by Gardner F. Fox & Eugene Colan. 27p. [The Tomb of Dracula #5 (1972.)]

** no. 16 (1981.) “Tomb of Dracula!: The Moorlands Monster!” by Gardner F. Fox & Gene Colan. 23p. [The Tomb of Dracula #6 (1973.)]

** no. 17 (1981.) “Night of the Dead Stalkers!” by Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan & Tom Palmer. 22p. [The Tomb of Dracula #7 (1973.)]

** no. 19 (1981.) “The Hell-Crawlers” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 20p. [The Tomb of Dracula #8 (1973.)]

** no. 20 (1981.) a. “His Name Is… Blade!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 22p. [The Tomb of Dracula #10 (1973.)] b. “The Voodoo-Man!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 22p. [The Tomb of Dracula #11 (1973.)]

** no. 21 (1981.) “Night of the Screaming House!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 21p. [The Tomb of Dracula #12 (1973.)]

** no. 22 (1982.) a. “Tomb of Dracula!: To Kill a Vampire!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 21p. [The Tomb of Dracula #13 (1973.)] b. “Tomb of Dracula!: Dracula Is Dead!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 21p. [The Tomb of Dracula #14 (1973.)]

** no. 23 (1982.) “Tomb of Dracula!: Fear Is the Name of the Game!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 17p. [The Tomb of Dracula #15 (1973.)]

** no. 24 (1982.) “Tomb of Dracula!: Return from the Grave!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 20p. [The Tomb of Dracula #16 (1974.)]

** no. 25 (1981.) “Tomb of Dracula!: Death Rides the Rails!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 21p. [The Tomb of Dracula #17 (1974.)]

** no. 26 (1982.) “The Tomb of Dracula!: Enter: Werewolf by Night” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 19p. [The Tomb of Dracula #18 (1974.)]

** no. 27 (1982.) “Tomb of Dracula!: Snowbound in Hell!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 21p. [The Tomb of Dracula #19 (1974.)]

** no. 28 (1982.) “The Coming of Doctor Sun” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 22p. [The Tomb of Dracula #20 (1974.)]

  Note: Nos. 9, 15 and 18 have no vampires. In 1980 Chiller Pocket/Digest Books completed the publication in the U.K. of The Tomb of Dracula series which has earlier been carried in Dracula Lives, Dracula Lives featuring the Legion of Monsters, Planet of the Apes and Dracula Lives, and the Mighty World of Marvel featuring the Incredible Hulk and Dracula Lives. The later issues reprinted the early issues of The Tomb of Dracula.

Chilling Adventures in Sorcery. Red Circle/Archie Music Corp. Satire anth.

** no. 3 (Oct. 1973.) “Immortality Factor” by Gray Morrow. 3p. v Marion and Vanoss.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1973.) “Horripilate Host.” 6p. v Sedgewick.

Note: Formerly: Chilling Adventures in Sorcery as Told by Sabrina. Continued as Red Circle Sorcery.

Chilling Adventures in Sorcery as Told by Sabrina. Archie Music Corp. anth.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1972.) “The Boy Who Cried Vampire.” 6p. v Uncle Bruce.

Note: Continued as Chilling Adventures in Sorcery and Red Circle Sorcery.

Chilling Monster Tales. M. M. Publishing, Ltd.

___ vol. 1, no. 1 (1966.) Bram Stoker, “Dracula’s Guest.” Text. Illus. With photographs from Universal’s Dracula. v Dracula. Cover Bela Lugosi.

Chilling Tales. Youthful Magazines. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 14 (Feb. 1953.) “The Ancient Mariner.” 8p. v vampire-like revenants. Based on The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) which, although perhaps not technically a vampire poem, is regarded by many as inaugurating the classic British tradition of vampire poetry.

** no. 15 (Apr 1953.) “The Monster.” 7p. v The Kald (a beast that assumes human shape as a vampire.)

Chilling Tales of Horror. Stanley Publications, Inc. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** vol. 1, no. 1 (June 1969.) “The Bloodstone!” 4p. v Unnamed, preys upon women who wear a blood-drinking ruby ring [“The Ruby!” Weird Mysteries #10 (1954.)]

** vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 1969.) [Cover: Weird Mysteries #4 (1953.)] a. “Vampire.” 5p. v Unnamed [Mister Mystery #13 (1953.)] b. “The Vampire’s Fate!” v various [Out of the Night #2 (1952.)]

** vol. 1, no. 3 (Oct. 1969.) a. “Curse of the Vampires.” 5p.v Lisa Casmana. [pre-code publication, if any, unknown; rpt. in Crypt of Horror #6 (2009.)] b. “The Hungry Horde.” 7p.v various, led by The Master [Adventures into the Unknown #39 (1953.) Cover: Kitonah.

___ vol. 1, no. 5 (Aug. 1970.) Not seen.

** vol. 1, no. 6 (Oct. 1970.) “King of the Vampires.” 8p. v various, led by Mr. Leroy [Out of the Night #1 (1952.)]

** vol. 1, no. 7 (Dec. 1970.) a. “The Vampire’s Fate!” 8p. v various [Out of the Night #2 (1952.)] b. “The Wings of Darkness.” 7p. v Unnamed vampire versus a horde of vampire bats [Forbidden Worlds #13 (1953.)]

** vol. 2, no. 2 (Feb. 1971.) “The Vampire’s Prey.” 8p.v Sangrini [Adventures into the Unknown #28 (1952.)]

** vol. 2, no. 2 [sic] (Apr. 1971.) a. “The Flying Head.” 8p. Unnamed, blood-drinking head [Forbidden Worlds #9 (1952.)] b. “True Zombies of History” 4p. v Hugo Ormsbeck, a vampire-zombie.

** vol. 2, no. 4 (June 1971.) “The Vampire’s Bane.” 8p. v various, led by Volara, a vampiress [Adventures into the Unknown #19 (1951.)]

** vol. 2, no. 4 [sic] (Aug 1971.) a. “Assault from the Unknown.” 9p. v various [Adventures into the Unknown #25 (1951.)] b. “Bat by Night.” 10p. v Baroness Jeanne Calleau [Adventures into the Unknown #6 (1949.)] c. “The Vampire Cat!” 7p. v Vilma [Forbidden Worlds #15 (1951.)]

Note: Series reprints stories from American Comics Group and Gilmor.

Chilling Tales of Horror. Page Publications [Australia.] b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 3 (n.d. [1970s.]) a. “Curse of the Vampires.” 6p. v Lisa Casmana [Chilling Tales of Horror (Stanley) #3 (1969.)]

b. “The Hungry Horde.” 7p.v various, led by The Master. [Adventures into the Unknown #39 (1953).]

Chilling Tales of Horror. Portman Publications [U.K.] b&w. Horror anth. mag. rpt.

** vol. 1, no. 2 (1980.) “The Vampire’s Bane.” 8p. v various, led by Volara, a vampiress [Adventures into the Unknown #19 (1951.)]

** vol. 1, no. 3 (1980.) a. “Assault from the Unknown.” 9p. v various [Adventures into the Unknown #25 (1951.)] b. “Bat by Night.” 10p. v Baroness Jeanne Calleau [Adventures into the Unknown #6 (1949.)] c. “The Vampire Cat!” 7p, v Vilma [Forbidden Worlds #15 (1951)] [all stories reprinted from Chilling Tales of Horror (Stanley,) vol. 2, no. 4 (1971.)]

Christ the Vampire. Questing Beast [U.K.] b&w.

** no. 1 (Sum. 1998.) Part One: The Father. Part 1. “Good Friday” by Henry Brooks & Nick Gonne. 32p. v various, including Jesus Christ. Based on the novel by J. G. Eccarius The Last Days of Christ the Vampire (London: Questing Beast, 1994.)

Note: issues #2-4 announced but not published.

Christina Winters: Agent of Death! Eros Comix. b&w. Satire anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1994.) “Nosferatu” by Steve Mannion. 10p. v various.

Christopher Lee’s Treasury of Terror. Pyramid Books. b&w. Mass market tpb.

** (1966) “Dracula’s Guest” adapted by E. Nelson Birdwell. 23p. v Countess Dolingen of Gratz [rpt. in Eerie #16 (1968,) #24 (1969.)]

The Cisco Kid. Dell. TV tie-in. Pre-code.

** no. 14 (Mar/Apr. 1953.) “The Vampire Bat.” 1p. Note: Inside front cover.

Citizen Nocturne. Brave New Words. b&w. rpt. tpb.

** (1992.) By M. Dalton Allred. v Max. 92p. Includes issues 1-3 of Graphique Musique (Slave Labor, 1989.)

Classic Horror Tales See: Horror Tales.

Classic 2000 AC. Titan [U.K.]

** no. 5 (Jan. 1996.) “Island of the Damned” by Alan Grant & Carlos Ezquerra. 61p. v Durham Red [2000 AD #762-773 (1991-1992.)]

Classics from the Comics. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] The list of vampire issues is not complete.

___ no. 5 (Jan. 1, 1996.) “Number 13.” 1p. v Boris.

The Clutching Hand. Best Syndicated Features. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 1 (July/Aug. 1954.) “Vampires? Don’t Make Me Laugh” by Harry Lazarus. 6p. v various.

Cocaine Comix. Last Gasp. b&w. Satire anth. Adult.

** no. 2 (1980.) “Night of the Nearly Dead!” by Rich Chidlaw & George Di Caprio. 5p. v Count Nostrilachoo.

** no. 3 (1981.) a. “Nostrilachoo!” by Rich Chidlaw & George Di Caprio. 8p. v Count Nostrilachoo c. Dr. Mandingo. b. Untitled story by S. Wilson. 1p. v Unnamed. c. Checkered Demon [rpt. in The Collected Checkered Demon – Volume I (1998.)]

Cold Blooded. Arpad Publishing. b&w.

** no. 1 (May 1993.) Series by Raphael Nieves. 24p. v Tom Coker. Cover: Kelley Jones.

___ no. 1a (May 1993.) Gold cover edition.

** no. 1b (May 1993.) Prestige edition. Polybagged.

** no. 1c Special Collector’s edition (Deluxe edition with color centerspread poster polybagged with one standard edition and a limited edition color print)

** no. 2 (Sep. 1993.) 26p.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1993.) 22p.

___ no. 3a (Dec. 1993.) Prestige foil edition [included in Coldblooded: The Wrath of God Collector’s Set.]

Cold Blooded: The Burning Kiss. Arpad Publishing. b&w.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1993.) By Raphael Nieves and Frank Gomez. 40p.v Tom Coker.

Coldblooded. Northstar. b&w.

___ no. 2 Ashcan (Oct. 1996.) “Pressure” by Raphael Nieves & Kyle Hotz. 25p. v Tom Coker. Cover: Kelley Jones.

Coldblooded: The Slayer. Northstar.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1995.) By Raphael Nieves & Vincent Proce. 28p. v Tom Coker.

** no. 1a Gold edition.

Coldblooded: The Wrath of God Collector’s Set. Northstar.

___ Contains Coldblooded #1, the Ashcan edition of #2, the foil edition of #3, and The Haunting #1 (the latter not being a vampire title.)

The Collected Checkered Demon – Volume I. b&w. Satire anth. tpb. Last Gasp.

** (1998.) a. “A Grotto of Vampire Clones” by S. Clay Wilson. 1p. v various c. The Checkered Demon (The Checkered Demon #2 (1988.)] b. Untitled story by S. Wilson. 1p. v Unnamed. c. The Checkered Demon [Cocaine Comix #3 (1981.)]

The Collected Tales of Hip-Hop Horror. Dread/Scott Productions. anth. b&w.

** (2000.) “Fang-Bangers” by Ross Sewage. 8p. v two Unnamed latino female vampires [Tales of Hip-Hop Horror #3 (2000.)]

The Collector’s Dracula. Millennium. b&w. and color. anth.

** no. 1 (1993.) a. “The Hunt” by Wendy Snow-Lang. 7p. v Unnamed. b. “The Last of the Vampires” by Bob Curran & John Bolton. 7p. v Valord. c. “Nosferatu: Blood War” by Paul David & Brian Bendis. 7p. v the Blood Suckers. d. “Nosferatu: Plague of Terror” by Mark Ellis & Rik Levins. 7p. v Count Orlock. e. “Portrait of Dracula” by Daerick Gross. 1p. Art. v Vlad Tepes. f. Untitled story by J. Harker and Sean Shaw. 14p. v Vlad the Impaler. g. “Vampire Bat” by Bob Eggleton. 1p. Art. h. “Young Dracula” by David Mack. 1p. Art.

** no. 2 (1994.) a. “The Black Castle” by Duncan Eagleson. 1p. Art. b. “The Blood Countess” by Faye Perozich & Louis Small, Jr. 3p. v Elizabeth Bathory. c. “Bloodchilde” by O. J. Cariello. 1 p. Art. d. “Byron as Ruthven” by Wendy Snow-Lang. 1p. Art. e. “Cinema Vampire” by Terry Pavlet. 1p. Art. f. “Cobra Vampire” by Bob Eggleton. 1p. Art. g. “Count Dracula” by Daryl Banks. 1p. Art. h. “Peter Plogojowitz” by Andrew Pepoy. 1p. Art. i. “The Prince of Evil” by Marvin Channing and A. Williams. 2 p. v Prince Orlando [Red Circle Sorcery #10 (1974.)] j. Untitled Story by J. Harker & Sean Shaw. 13p. v Vlad the Impaler. k. “The Vampire Hunter” by Marv Channing & Frank Thorne. 6p. v Prince Volgia [Mad House #97 (1975.)] l. “Wet Tribulations” by Terry Pavlet. 1p. Art. m. “Young Dracula” by David Mack. 1p. Art.

Comic Library International.

** no. 5 (2000.) “Captain Camel and the Space Chicken” [pt. 5.] by Art Balthazar. 17p. v The Ybab Yark vampires. c. Captain Camel and the Aardvark Avenger.

Comics Debut. Comic Shop News. Preview anth.

** no. 1 (June 1993.) “Valeria She-Bat vs. Spawn” (preview) by Neal Adams and Todd McFarlane. 6p. v Valeria (a character with some vampiric features.)

Comics Lit Magazine. NBM [Australia.] b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (1995.) Part 1. “Verdilak” by Mark Kneece & Bo Hampton. 9p. v Ramash [Series reprinted in Verdilak (1996.)]

** no. 2 (1995.) Part 2. “Verdilak” 11p.

** no. 3 (1995.) Part 3. “Verdilak” 11p.

** no. 4 (1995.) Part 4. “Verdilak” 11p.

** no. 5 (1995.) Part 5. “Verdilak” 11p.

** no. 6 (1995.) Part 6.”Verdilak” 15p.

Series rpt. in both hb. and tpb. form as Verdilak (1996.)

Comics Revue Annual. Manuscript Press. b&w. mag.

** no. 2 (1998.) “The Vampire of Malvescu” by Peter O’Donnell and Romero. 32p. v pseudo-vampire terrorists of the “Europe’s Fist” group [daily strips in The Evening Standard (July 6 to Nov. 29, 1987.)]

Comics Revue Presents… Modesty Blaise. Manuscript Press, 2000. b&w. rpt.

** no. 23 (n.d.) “The Vampire of Malvescu” by Peter O’Donnell and Romero. 32p. v pseudo-vampire terrorists of the “Europe’s Fist” group [daily strips in The Evening Standard (July 6 to Nov. 29, 1987.)]

Comics to Color. Golden, Western Publishing Company, 1992. 16p. tpb. Coloring book / Activity book.

** Contents: “Dracula.” 6. pg. v Dracula (Bela Lugosi.) Note: (a) Adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. (b) Universal Studios Monsters Ser.

Coming Attractions. Cobra Graphics. b&w. anth.

** (1995.) a. “Nocturne” by Michael Todd & David Vance. 5p. v Helena (Nocturne,) Charlemagne, Razor. Preview of Nocturne #1 (1995.) b. “Vamp Tramp: The Black Widow Effect” by Chancellor Knight & Johns Montgomery. 1p. v Alucard (Vlad,) Radan. Preview of Vamp Tramp #0 (1997.)

           Comix: A History Comic Books in America. Dienstfrey. hb.

**(1971.) "The Vampire Strikes" by Al Avison. 20p. v. Count Varnis. [Captain America #24 (Mar. 1943.)]

Comix International. Warren Publishing Co. mag.

** no. 2 (1975.) a. “The Circus of King Carnival!” by Gerry Boudreau & Esteban Maroto. 17p. v Dracula [Vampirella #39 (1975.)] b. “The Winged Shaft of Fate” by Gerry Boudreau & Esteban Maroto. 8p. [Vampirella #40 (1975.)]

** no. 3 (1975.) “The Final Star of Morning” by Bill DuBay & Jeff Jones. 8p. v Vampirella [Vampirella #50 (1976.)]

** no. 4 (1976.) “The Monster Called Vampirella” by Zesar. 8 p. v Vampirella [Vampirella #46 (1975.)] Cover: Bill DuBay.

** no. 5 (1977.) “The Corpse With the Missing Mind” by Bill DuBay & José Gonzales. 8p. v Vampirella [Vampirella #55 (1976.)] b. “The Succubus Stone” by Steve Clement and Gerry Boudreau and Ramon Torrents. 8p. v Madame Govay et al. [Vampirella #49 (1976.)]

Comix World.

___ no. 6 (1983.) “Vampire Vignettes.”

The Complete Bad Moon Rising. Guerrilla Press. b&w.

___ no. 1 (n.d. [1998.]) Reprinted by Awesome Entertainment.

The Complete Bojeffries Saga. Tundra Publishing. tpb.

** (1992.) By Alan Moore & Steve Parkhouse. 74p. v Mr. Zlüdotny. Includes issues #1-4 of A1 (Atomeka, 1989-90.)

The Complete Crumb Comics. Fantagraphics. rpt. anth. tpb.

** vol. 1 (1987.) “The Early Years of Bitter Struggle: My Encounter with Dracula” by Robert Crumb. 5p. v Dracula [Foo! #2 (1958.)]

The Complete Crumb Comics. Fantagraphics. rpt. anth. hb.

** vol. 1 (1987.) “The Early Years of Bitter Struggle: My Encounter with Dracula” by Robert Crumb. 5p. v Dracula [Foo! #2 (1958.)]

The Complete First Six Issues of Mad. Russ Cochran. rpt.

** n.d. (©1985.) Reprints issues #1-6 of Mad. “V-Vampires” by Harvey Kurtzman & Jack Davis. 6p. [Mad #3 (1953.)]

Note: Reprinted in 1986 in a b&w deluxe edition as Mad Volume I

The Complete Foo! Bijou Publishing. rpt.

** (1980.) Reprints issues #1-3 of Foo! “My Encounter with Dracula” by Robert Crumb. 7p. v Dracula [Foo! #2 (1958.)]

The Complete Jack Kirby: Volume 2 (1940-1941.): Pure Imagination. 266p. tpb. Edited by Greg Theakson.

** “Capt. Marvel Battles the Vampire” by Anon & Jack Kirby and Dick Briefer. 14p. v Bram Thirla and others [Captain Marvel Adventures #1 (1941.)]

The Complete Sally Forth. Fantagraphics. rpt. Oversize Format. tpb. anth.

** (1998.) Untitled story by Wallace Wood. 28p. v Count Vernacula [Sally Forth #4 (1994.)] Cover: Carrie Whitney.

Conan. Marvel.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1995.) “Barbarian at the Gate” by Larry Hama & Barry Crain. 19p. v Rune.

Conan Saga. Marvel. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 18 (Oct. 1988.) “Retribution in Blood” by Don Glut & Dave Wenzel. 11p. v Dracula. c. Solomon Kane [The Savage Sword of Conan #26 (1978.)]

** no. 31 (Nov. 1989.) “The Castle of the Undead” by Roy Thomas & Alan Weiss. 12p. v Dracula.

** no. 59 (Feb. 1992.) “The Road of the Eagles” by Roy Thomas & John Buscema and Tony DeZuniga. 51 p. v various.

** no. 79 (Oct. 1993.) Part 1 “Tower of Blood” and Part 2 “Of Flame and the Fiend!,” by Roy Thomas, John Buscema & Ernie Chua. 34p. v various, led by Uathacht and Morophla. c. Conan, Red Sonja [Conan the Barbarian #43 and 44 (1974.)]

** no. 84 (Mar. 1994.) “The Strange High Tower in the Mist!” by Roy Thomas & John Buscema. 19p. v Bat/demon [Conan the Barbarian #56 (1975.)]

** no. 96 (Mar. 1995.) a. Part 2. “Bride the Vampire.” 17p. [Conan the Barbarian #103 (1979.)] b. Part 1. “The Men Who Drink Blood!” by Roy Thomas, John Buscema & Ernie Chan. 16p. v K’Chama (a real undead vampire, i.e. a “drellik”) and his pseudo-vampire human blood-drinking minions, also calling themselves “drelliks” [Conan the Barbarian #102 (1979.)]

Conan the Barbarian. Marvel.

** no. 43 (Oct. 1974.) Part 1. “Tower of Blood” by Roy Thomas, John Buscema & Ernie Chua. 18p. v various, led by Uathacht and Morophla. c. Conan, Red Sonja [rpt. in Conan Saga #79 (1993.)] .

** no. 44 (Nov. 1974.) Part 2. “Of Flame and the Fiend!” 18p. [rpt. in Conan Saga #79 (1993.)]

** no. 56 (Nov. 1975.) “The Strange High Tower in the Mist!” by Roy Thomas & John Buscema. 19p. v Bat/demon [rpt. in Conan Saga #84 (1994.)]

** no. 102 (Sep. 1979.) Part 1 (of 2.) “The Men Who Drink Blood!” by Roy Thomas, John Buscema & Ernie Chan. 16p. v K’Chama (a real undead vampire, i.e. a “drellik”) and his pseudo-vampire human blood-drinking minions, also calling themselves “drelliks.”

** no. 103 (Oct. 1979.) Part 2. “Bride of the Vampire” 17p.

** no. 244 (May 1991.) Part 1 (of 2.) “Fiends of the Flaming Mountains” by Roy Thomas & Gary Hartle. 22p. v Varnae.

** no. 245 (June 1991.) “Empire of the Undead.” 22p.

Conan the Savage. Marvel. b&w. mag.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1995.) “The Wind from the Stars” by Chuck Dixon & Alcatena. 23p. v Rune.

Conan vs Rune. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1995.) “The Dark God” by Barry Windsor-Smith. 23p. v Rune.

Confessions of a Teenage Vampire: The Turning. Scholastic. tpb.

** (1997.) “The Turning” by Terry West & Steve Ellis. 78p. v Lily Jordan and others.

Confessions of a Teenage Vampire: Zombie Saturday Night. Scholastic. tpb.

** (1997.) “Zombie Saturday Night” by Terry West & Steve Ellis. 80p. v Lily Jordan and others.

Cor!! IPC magazines [U.K.] The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (Feb. 27, 1971.) “Hire a Horror.” 1p. v Unnamed.

___ (Mar. 11, 1972.) “Hire a Horror.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Aug. 12, 1972.) “Hire a Horror.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Nov. 10, 1973.) “Hire a Horror.” 1p. v Unnamed.

Cor!! Comic Annual. IPC Magazines [U.K.] hc.

** (1973.) “Hire a Horror.” 4 stories, 1p. each. v Unnamed (cameo in the series title.)

** (1975.) “Hire a Horror.” 3 stories, 2p. each. v Unnamed (cameo in the series title.)

** (1976.) “Hire a Horror.” 3 stories, 2p. each. v Unnamed (cameo in the series title.)

** (1977.) a. “Fiends and Neighbours” by T. Paterson. 4p. v “a near relative of Dracula.” b. “Hire a Horror.” 4 stories, 2p. each. v Unnamed (cameo in the series title.)

** (1979.) “Hire a Horror.” 4 stories, 3 x 2p. and 1 x 1p. v Unnamed (cameo in the series title.)

** (1981.) “Hire a Horror.” 3 stories, 2p. each. v Unnamed (cameo in the series title.)

** (1982.) “Hire a Horror.” 4 stories, 2p. each. v Unnamed (cameo in the series title.)

** (1983.) “Hire a Horror.” 4 stories, 2p. each. v Unnamed (cameo in the series title.)

** (1984.) “Hire a Horror.” 2p. v Unnamed (cameo in the series title.)

** (1985.) “Hire a Horror” 3 stories 2p. each. v Unnamed (cameo in the series title.)

** (1986.) “Fiends ‘n’ Neighbours.” 6p. v  various.

Cor!! Summer Special. IPC Magazines [U.K.]

** (1980.) “Hire a Horror.” 4 stories, 1p. each. v Unnamed.

A Corben Special. Pacific Comics.

** no. 1 (May 1984.) “The Fall of the House of Usher” by Richard Corben. 30p. v Roderick.

Note: Adaptation of Edgar A. Poe, “The House of Usher.”

Cosmic. H. Bauer Publishing [U.K.] mag. Satire.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1977.) a. “Gingerbread Ghosts” (recipe page.) v Count Trasakoff (pseudo-vampire, from the issue’s leading story,) vampire bats. w Taliska. b. “Taliska’s Travel in Time.” 10p. v Count Trasakoff (finally revealed as a pseudo-vampire.) w Taliska, Quark.

The Cougar. Atlas.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1975.) “Vampires and Cougars Don’t Mix” by Steve Mitchell & Dan Adkins and Frank Springer. 20p. v Krolok.

Count Duckula. Marvel. Funny Animal Satire. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1988.) a. “Lights! Camera! Traction!” 10p. [rpt. in Count Duckula Winter Special (1988.)] b. “A Minor Fowl-Up!” by Michael Gallagher & Warren Kreamer. 12p. v Count Duckula [rpt. in Count Duckula Winter Special (1988.)]

** no. 2 (Jan. 1989.) a. “Mayhem on the Orient Express.” 13p. b. “Ranting & Raven.”10p.

** no. 3 (Mar. 1989.) “Love at First Bite.” 12p.

** no. 4 (May 1989.) “No Time Like the Present.” 11p.

** no. 5 (July 1989.) “Guess Who We’re Having for Dinner.” 12p.

** no. 6 (Sep. 1989.) “From Thrushi with Love!” 12p.

** no. 7 (Nov. 1989.) “The Phantom of the Grand Ole Opry.” 15p.

** no. 8 (Dec. 1989.) “Cry Me a Rivera.” 22p. c. Geraldo Rivera.

** no. 9 (Jan. 1990.) “Blood-type Casting.” 12p.

** no. 10 (Mar. 1990.) a. “Frankenstork’s Monster” by Michael Gallagher, Warren Kremer & Ben Brown. 11p. b. “Igor’s Vampire Etiquette.” 2p. v Chrisduckfer Lee.

** no. 11 (May 1990.) “A Litemare on Elm Street” by Michael Gallagher & Rusty Haller. 13p.

** no. 12 (July 1990.) “Silent Partner.” 11p.

** no. 13 (Sep. 1990.) “Nanny, I Shrunk the Count!” 13p.

** no. 14 (Nov. 1990.) “Live and Let Duck” by Mike Kanterovich, Tom Brevoort & Howard Post. 13p.

** no. 15 (Jan. 1991.) “From Here to Obscurity.” 14p.

Count Duckula. Celebrity Publications [U.K.] Funny Animal Satire. Television tie-in. mag.

The Count Duckula magazine was published weekly in 1989-1990, at a time when the TV cartoon series was extremely popular in the U.K. It featured original comic stories by Ian Rimmer, Brian Williamson and others, specially produced for the U.K. market. The list of vampire stories is not complete.

** no. 1 (July 12, 1989.) “Bone of Contention” by Andrew Brenner & Vin James. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 2 (July 19, 1989.) a. “The Bats Stuck” by Andrew Brenner & Alan Case. 1p. v Dimitri, Sviatislav. b. “Surfin Safari” by Andrew Brenner & Mario Capaldi and Vin James. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 3 (July 26, 1989.) “High Stakes” by Cal Hamilton & Alan Case. 8p. v Count Duckula. b. “The Bats Vampire Hunter.” 1p. v Dimitri, Sviatislav.

** no. 4 (Aug. 2, 1989.) a. “The Bats Chiming” by Andrew Brenner & Paul Gamble. 1p. v Dimitri, Sviatislav. 8p. [rpt. in Count Duckula (London Editions) #5 (1992.)] b. “The Great Broccoli Hunt.” 2p. (game.) v Count Duckula. c. “A Lotta Bottle!” by Jane Fabian & Vincent James. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 5 (Aug. 9, 1989.) “Party Animals.” 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 6 (Aug. 16, 1989.) a. “Nightclub on Duckstreet” by Andrew Brenner & Paul Hardy. 8p. v Count Duckula. b. “The Bats Spanner.” 1p.. v Dimitri, Sviatislav.

** no. 8 (Aug. 30, 1989.) a. “Diamonds Are a Ducks Best Friend.” 8p. v Count Duckula. b. “The Bats Clock Shop.” 1p. v Dimitri, Sviatislav.

** no. 9 (Sep. 6, 1989.) “Venetian Vampires” by Cal Hamilton & Vin James. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 10 (Sep. 13, 1989.) “Soap Opera.” 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 12 (Sep. 27, 1989.) “Fearless Fowl!” By Cal Hamilton. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 13 (Oct. 4, 1989.) “Too many Monsters… (Contravene Union Regulations.)” 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 14 (Oct. 11, 1989.) “Duck Turpin” by Ben Lakofski & Anthony Williams. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 15 (Oct. 18, 1989.) “Juggle Trouble” (uncredited.) 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 16 (Oct. 25, 1989.) “Shop of the Desert” by Jane Fabian & Brian Williamson. 8p. v Count Duckula.

**no. 17 (Nov. 1, 1989.) “White Knuckle Riders.” 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 18 (Nov. 8, 1989.) “Rocky Road to Riches” by Joyce & John Broadhead. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 19 (Nov. 15, 1989.) a. “Once Upon a Time (Machine.)” 8p. v Count Duckula. b. “The Bats Cobwebs.” 1p. v Dimitri, Sviatislav.

** no. 20 (Nov. 22, 1989.) “Rome Around Duck” by Peter Reeves & Lesley Dalton. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 22 (Dec. 6, 1989.) “Concotions” by Andrew Brenner & Alan Case. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 23 (Dec. 13, 1989.) a. “Surprise Visit.” 2p. v Count Duckula. b. “The Appliance of Science” by James Hill & Lesley Dalton. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 24 (Dec. 20, 1989.) “Carnival Capers.” 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 25 (Dec. 27, 1989.) “Christmas Quackers!” by Ian Rimmer & Brian Williamson. 7p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 26 (Jan. 3, 1990.) “Spooky New Year.” 7p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 28 (Jan. 17, 1990.) “Damsel in Distress (or Dat Dress).” 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 29 (Jan. 24, 1990.) “A Mid Sumo’s Night Scream…” By Ben Lakofski & Vin James. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 30 (Feb. 1990.) a. “Flying (Cups and) Saucers” (uncredited.) 8p. v Count Duckula. b. “Going for Gold” (uncredited.) 8p. v Count Duckula.

**   no. 31 (Mar. 1990.) a. “Abraca Duckula!” By Geoff Alan & Paul Gamble. 8p. v Count Duckula. b. “New Look Nanny” by Andrew Brenner & Vin James. 8p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 32 (Apr. 1990.) a. “Eye’s Right” by Andrew Brenner & Alan Case. 2p. v Count Duckula. b. “Night Club on Duckstreet” by Andrew Brenner & Vincent James. 8p. [rpt. in Count Duckula (London Editions) #5 (1992.)] c. “Unhappy Landing” by Ian Rimmer & Alan Case. 8p. v Count Duckula.

Count Duckula. London Editions Magazines/Fleetway [U.K.] Funny Animal Satire. Televison tie-in. mag.

London Editions’ Count Duckula magazine was published from 1992 and replaced Duckula (see separate entry.). All stories mentioned here feature Count Duckula, unless otherwise noted. The list of issues is not complete.

** no. 1 (1992.) a. “Archaeological Wooings!” 8p. b. “The Great Transylvanian TV Disaster.” 8p. c. “Lightning Strikes!” 8p.

** no. 2 (1992.) a. “Cry for Help!” 1p. b. “From Beyond the Waves!” 6p. c. “Ghouls in the Dorm.” 4p. d. “Swamped Things.” 8p.

** no. 3 (1992.) a. “Fake Accomplice.” 6p. b. “Monster Mirth, Mirthful Monsters.” 15p. c. “Unconventional Behaviour!” 8p.

** no. 5 (1992.) a. “The Bats Chiming” by Andrew Brenner & Paul Gamble. 1p. v Dimitri, Sviatislav. 8p. [Count Duckula (Celebrity) #4 (1989.)]  b. “The Bats Underfoot.” 1p. v Dimitri, Sviatislav (Duckula also appears.) c. “The Bats Sleeping.” 1p. v Dimitri, Sviatislav. d. “Night Club on Duckstreet” by Andrew Brenner & Vincent James. 8p. e. “Too Many Monsters… (Contravene Union Regulations.)” 8p.

Count Duckula Annual. Marvel [U.K.] hb.

** (1989.) a. “Adventurous Spirits!” by Andrew Brenner & Brian Williamson. 7p. v Count Duckula. b. “A Duck of Sports!” by Andrew Brenner & Arthur Ranson. 5p. c. “Duckula’s Photo Album.” 6p. d. “The Maze of Castle Duckula.” 2p. Maze. e. “Return to Castle Duckula.” 2p. Maze. f. “Transylvanian Modern” by Andrew Brenner & Anthony Williams. 6p. Cover: Helen Stone.

Count Duckula Annual. Egmont [U.K.] hb.

** (1990.) a. “Duckula in Space.” 6p. v Count Duckula. b. “The Duckwagon Train.” 6p. v Count Duckula. c. “Messing About on a Boat.” 6p. v Count Duckula.

** (1991.) a. “Fair & Scare!” 6p. v Count Duckula. b. “Race against Tide!” 6p. v Count Duckula. c. “Up, Up and Aargh!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

Count Duckula Winter Special. Marvel [U.K.]

** (1988.) a. “Lights! Camera! Traction!” 10p. v Count Duckula [Count Duckula (Marvel, U.S.) #1 (1988.)] b. “A Minor Fowl-up!” by Michael Gallagher & Warren Kremer. 12p. v Count Duckula [Count Duckula (Marvel, U.S.) #1 (1988.)]

Count Morbida’s Dynamite Puzzle Book. Scholastic. tpb.

** (1978.) By Linda Williams Aber & Arthur Friedman. 80p. v Count Morbida (a collection of crosswords, word games and puzzles from the magazine Dynamite, introduced by Count Morbida.)

Countdown Vampires. Studio G.

** no. 0 (Dec. 2000.) “A Gathering” by Byron & Daerick Gross, Sr. 21p. v Steven Tiller Group.

Der Countess. America’s Comic Group (ACG.) Horror anth.

 ** no. 1 (1996.) a. “The Vampire’s Bride” by Joe Gill & San Ho Kim. 9p. v Bessie [Scary Tales #1 (1975.)] b. “The Wedding Gift” by Demetrio. 13p. v Count Gregor von Blood, Countess von Bludd [Scary Tales #1 (1975.)]

The Countess in Red. Eurotica. tpb. Large format.

** (1984.) By Leopold von Sacher Masoch. Adapted by J. M. LoDuca & George Pichard. 42p. v Elizabeth Bathory.

Countess Vladimira: Blood Relations. Peregrine Entertainment. b&w.

** no. 1 (July 1999.) By Gary Cohn and the Countess & Mike Lilly. 22p. v Vladimira, Vlad.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1999.) 22p.

** no. 3 (July 2000.) 31p.

Note: Supersedes Vamperotica Presents Countess Vladimira (Brainstorm.)

The Coven. Awesome Entertainment.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1997.) “Murder in the First” by Jeph Loeb and Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund. 24p. v Fantom. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 1a Alternate cover. Cover: Rob Liefeld .

** no. 1b American Entertainment edition. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 1c American Entertainment Gold edition. Cover Ian Churchill.

___ no. 1d Alternate cover. Cover: Rob Liefeld .

** no. 1e (Mar. 1998.) Fan Appreciation edition. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 1f (Mar. 1998.) Fan Appreciation edition. Cover: Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund.

** no. 1g (Mar. 1998.) Dynamic Forces Gold Fan Appreciation edition. Cover: Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund.

___ no. 1h Dynamic Forces Chrome edition. Limited to 5,000 copies.

** no. 1i (Aug. 1997.) Dynamic Forces Coven Chrome edition. Cover: Ian Churchill. Limited to 5,000 copies.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1997.) “Blood & Sand.” 22p. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 2a Gold edition. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 2b Dynamic Forces edition. Cover: Ian Churchill. Limited to 500 signed copies.

** no. 2c Wizard Gold signed edition with Wizard hologram. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 3 (Nov. 1997.) 22p. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 3a Alternate cover. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 3b Special Exclusive Ruby Red Foil edition. Cover.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1998.) “Secrets & Lies.” 22p. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 4a Alternate cover. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 4b Dynamic Forces Alternate cover: Ian Churchill. Limited to 4,000 copies.

** no. 4c Dynamic Forces edition limited to 1,000 copies.

** no. 5 (Mar. 1998.) “Something Wild.” 17p. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 5a Dynamic Forces edition. Cover: Ian Churchill. Limited to 4,000 copies.

** no. 5b Alternate cover. Cover: Brett Evans.

** no. 6 (July 1998.) 17p. Cover: Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund.

** no. 6a Dynamic Forces Gold edition. Cover: Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund. Limited to 2,000 copies.

The Coven. Awesome. Second series.

** Vol. 2, no. 1 (Jan. 1999.) By Joseph Loeb & Ian Churchill. 23p. v Fantom. Cover: Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund.

___ no. 1a Dynamic Forces foil cover by Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund. Limited 3,000 copies.

** no. 1b Alternate cover by Rob Liefeld and Don Fraga.

** no. 1c Dynamic Forces foil cover by Rob Liefeld and Don Fraga. Limited to 3,000 copies.

** no. 1d Dynamic Forces Gold Foil edition. Cover: Ian Churchill & Edwin Rosell. Limited to 5,000 copies.

___ no. 1e Alternate cover by Ian Churchill and Norm Rapmund.

** no. 1f Alternate cover by Ian Churchill and Don Fraga.

** no. 1g Alternate cover by Ian Churchill and Don Fraga.

** no. 1h Alternate cover by Ian Churchill and Edwin Rosell.

** no. 1i Dynamic Forces Coven Chrome edition. Cover: Ian Churchill and Rob Liefeld. Limited to 5,000 copies.

** vol. 2, no. 2 (Mar. 1999.) “The Evil That Men Do” by Joseph Loeb & Ian Churchill. Cover by Ian Churchill and Norm Rapmund. 22p.

** no. 2a Limited alternate cover: Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund.

** vol. 2, no. 3 (June 1999.) “The Sum of Their Fears.” 22p. Cover: Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund.

The Coven Black and White. Awesome. b&w.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1998.) By Jeph Loeb and Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund. 22p. v Colette DeLeon (Fantom.) Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 1a Nude Cover (cover says “Crimson 4”.) Note error: Cover says “The Coven” 4.

The Coven: Dark Origins. Awesome.

** no. 1 (July 1999.) By Jeph Loeb and Ian Churchill. 14p. Fantom. Cover: Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund.

** no. 1a Spellbound edition. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 1b Red foil edition. Cover: Ian Churchill.

The Coven: Fantom Special. Awesome.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1998.) By Jeph Loeb and Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund. 10p. v Fantom. Another Universe Exclusive. Cover: Ian Churchill & Norm Rapmund. Gold lettering.

The Coven/Kaboom Special. Awesome. b&w.

** no. 1 (1997.) "Murder in the First" by Jeph Loeb and Ian Churchill. 9p. Red foil cover by Ian Churchill.

** no. 1b Gold foil edition. Cover by Ian Churchill. Cover says "Special Exclusive edition."

The Coven / Six String Samurai. Awesome.

___ no. 1 (1998.) 5-page portfolio. Flip-book with Six String Samurai.

Cracked Annuals (aka Biggest Greatest Craked; Extra Special Cracked; King-Sized Cracked; Super Cracked). Major Magazines. b&w. anth. mag. Four issues per year were published. Indicia always say “Cracked Annuals”. Numbers however follows the cover titles.

** Biggest Greatest Cracked no. 1 (1965.) a. “The Movie Monsters Strike…” by John Severin. 6p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #32 (1963.)] b. “Transylvanian Teen Scene.” 5p. v various [Cracked Magazine #40 (1964.)]

** Super Cracked no. 1 (1968.) “School for T.V. Wrestlers” by Sean Powers. 6p. v Victor the Vampire [rpt. in Cracked Digest # 1 (1986.)]

** King-Sized Cracked no. 3 (1969.) “Clan Clinkers” by John Severin. 5p. v Dracula and others.

** Biggest Greatest Cracked no. 5 (1970.) “A Tourist’s Guide to Transylvania.” 5p. v various [rpt. in Cracked Collector’s Edition (Sep. 1982) and #73 (1988;) Cracked Monster Party #1 (1988) and #23 (1994.)]

** King-Sized Cracked no. 6 (1972.) “A Cracked Look at… Typographical Errors” by Langton. 2p. v Unnamed.

** Biggest Greatest Cracked no. 9 (1973.) “I Don’t Care Who You Are” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula.

** Super Cracked no. 6 (1973.) “It’s a Weird, Weird, Weird, Weird World.” Fumette. 1p. v Barnabas Collins [rpt. in Fall 1981.]

** Biggest Greatest Cracked no. 10 (1974.) “Dear John – Letters of History.” 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #56 (1966.)]

** Super Cracked no. 7 (1974.) “A Visit to Transylvania.” 3p. v Count Dracula [Cracked Magazine #55 (1966.)]

** King-Sized Cracked no. 9 (Fall 1975.) a “Black Movie Monsters” by Lepoer. 4p. v Blacula, Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Collectors’ Edition #73 (1988;) Cracked Monster Party #21 (1993.)] b. “Flip the Faces Book.” 15p. v Dracula (Frank Langella) (rpt. in Win. 1979.)

** Super Cracked no. 9 (Spr. 1976.) “Reducing the Violence in Movies” [rpt. in Fall 1982.] 4p. v The Count.

** Extra Special Cracked no. 2 (Spr. - Sum. 1977.) “The Newest Cracked ‘Flip the Faces’ Book.” 16p. v Unnamed.

** King-Sized Cracked no. 12 (Fall 1978.) “Up-Dated Mechanical Banks” by Sigbjörn. 4p. v Unnamed [Cracked Magazine # 50 (1966.)]

** Biggest Greatest Cracked no. 13 (Fall 1978.) a. “Blind Date Phone Calls.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “More Combined Movies: ‘Dracula’ and ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’.” 1p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #132 (1976.)]

** Extra Special Cracked no. 3 (Win. 1979.) “Flip the Faces Book.” 15p. v Dracula (Frank Langella) (#9.)

** Extra Special Cracked no. 4 (Win. 1980.) “What Goes On in a Monster’s Mind.” 3p. v Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Collector’s Edition #73 (1988.)]

** Super Cracked no. 14 (Fall 1980.) “What Are the Old TV & Movie Detectives Doing Today?” by John Severin. 5p. v Dracula, Robin (as a vampire) [Cracked Magazine #121 (1974.)]

** Super Cracked no. 15 (Fall 1981.) “It’s a Weird, Weird, Weird, Weird World.” Fumette. 1p. v Barnabas Collins [King-Sized Cracked # 6 (1972.)]

** Super Cracked no. 18 (Fall 1982.) “Reducing the Violence in Movies” [Spr. 1976.] 4p. v The Count.

** Super Cracked no. 19 (Win. 1983.) “If Mork Appeared on Other T. V. Shows and Movies.” 6p. v Dracula.

** King-Sized Cracked no. 18 (Sum. 1984.) “Fun City Olympics” by Warren Sattler. 3p. v Unnamed [Cracked Magazine # 156  (1976.)]

** Super Cracked no. 25 (Win. 1985.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** Biggest Greatest Cracked no. 20 (Fall 1985.) “Cracked Looks at Computers.” 7p. v Unnamed [Cracked Magazine 206 (1984.)] Vampire cover by John Severin.

** Extra Special Cracked no. 9 (Win. 1986 [sic; indicia say “1985.”]) a. “Cracked Monster Trading Cards.” 4p. v Dracula. b. “Cracked Puts the Bite on Dracula” by Howard Nostrand. 4p. v Dracula [Cracked Collector’s Edition (July 1980.)] c. “A MonStar Is Reborn” by George Gladir. 6p. v Bela Lugosi [Cracked’s for Monsters Only #1 (1965.)] d. “The Monster Howl’s Baseball Team.” 5p. v Dracula, The Bat [“The Monster’s Cracked Baseball Team,” Cracked Magazine #37 (1964.)] e. “Monster Party” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula, Vampira [Cracked Magazine #43 (1965.)] f. “Monsters in the News” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #59 (1967.)] g. “The Movie Monsters Strike…” by John Severin. 5p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #32 (1963.)] h. “School for Monsters” by Nireves. 5p. v Bela Fangman [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #3 (1966.)] i. “Transylvanian TV” by McCartney. 5p. v various. [Cracked Magazine #36 (1964.)] k. “Vampires of the World.” 4p. v various [Cracked Collector’s Edition (Sep. 1979.)] Vampire cover: Bob Singerman. Vampire back cover: John Severin. Cover says: “Extra Special Cracked Monster Party.”

** King-Sized Cracked n.n. (Sum. 1986.) Vampires on front and back cover. No vampire content.

** Biggest Greatest Cracked no. 21 (Fall 1986.) a. “Drecula.” 7p. v Drecula [Cracked Magazine #165 (1979.)] b. “The Nightmares of Monsters” by McCartney. 2p. v Dracula  [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party # 1 (1988), # 25 (1994.)]

Cracked Blockbuster. Glove Communications. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 7 (Win. 1993/1994.) “Cracked Quiz.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 9 (Sum. 1995.) “Cracked Phloggs Checklist.” 2p. v Sylvestre (as a vampire.)

** no. 10 (Sum. 1996.) “Orehek’s Cracked Look at Wrestling” by Dan Orehek. 3p. v The Count.

  Cracked Collector’s Edition. Major Magazines. b&w. anth. mag. The list of vampire issues and stories is not complete.

** no. 4 (1974.) “The Most Horrible Monster of All.” 1p. v Unnamed. Cover: John Severin.

** no. 8 (1975.) “The Screamers.” 4p. v Count Dracula. Dracula cover: John Severin.

** no. 17 (1977.) “A MonStar Is Reborn” by George Gladir. 6p. v Bela Lugosi [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #1 (1965.)] b. “The Monster Party” by John Severin. 2p. v Unnamed [Monster Howls, #1 (1966.)] Cover: O. O. Severin.

** no. 22 (1977.) “It’s a Weird, Weird, Weird, Weird World.” 1p. v Barnabas Collins [rpt. in Giant Cracked #44 (1986.)]

** (Sep. 1978.) “Transylvanian TV” by McCartney. 3p. v various [Cracked Magazine #36 (1964;) rpt. in Feb. 1983.]

** (Sep. 1979.) “Vampires of the World.” 4p. v various [rpt. in Extra-Special Cracked #9 (1976.)]

** (Feb. 1980.) “Monster Party” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #43 (1965.)] Vampire cover: John Severin.

** (July 1980.) a. “Cracked Puts the Bite on Dracula” by Howard Nostrand. 4p. v Dracula [rpt. Feb. 1984; and in Extra-Special Cracked #9 (1986;) Cracked Monster Party #10 (1990.)] b. “Monster Party” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula, Vampira [Cracked Magazine #43 (1965.)] c. “The Monster’s Advertising Agency.” 5p. v Dracula. Cover: John Severin [Cracked Magazine #33 (1964.)]

** (Sep. 1981.) “Transylvanian Teen Scene” by John Severin. 5p. v various [Cracked Magazine #40 (1964.)]

** (Feb. 1982.) a. “Drecula.” 7p. v Dracula (satire of Frank Langella as Dracula) [Cracked Magazine #165 (1979.)] b. “A MonStar Is Reborn” by George Gladir. 6p. v Bela Fangman [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #1 (1965.)]

** (Sep. 1982.) “A Tourist’s Guide to Transylvania” 5p. v Dracula [Cracked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked # 5, 1970.)] Cover: John Severin.

** (Dec. 1982.) “When Businesses Start Going After the Vampire Market.” 4p. v various [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #6 (1989,) #19 (1993.)]

** (Feb. 1983.) “Transylvanian TV” by McCartney. 3p. v various [Cracked Magazine #36 (1964.)] Cover: John Severin.

** (May 1983.) “The Movie Monsters Strike…” by John Severin. 5p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #32 (1963.)]

** (Feb. 1984.) a. “Cracked Puts the Bite on Dracula” by Howard Nostrand. 4p. v Dracula [Cracked Collector’s Edition (July 1980.)] b. “Monster Party” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula, Vampira [Cracked Magazine #43 (1965.)] Cover: John Severin.

** (July 1984.) a. “Cracked Takes a look at the Transylvanian Teen Scene.” 5p. v various [Cracked Magazine #40 (1964.)] b. “Vampires of the World.” 4p. v various [Cracked Collector’s Edition (Sep. 1979.)]

** (Feb. 1985.) “Monster Party” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #43 (1965.)] Vampire cover: John Severin.

** no. 68 (Nov. 1986.) “Cracked Visits a Midnight Monster Picnic” by Al Scaduto. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #217 (1986.)]

** no. 71 (July 1987.) “Throughout History with Home Movies” by Ned Kelly. 6p. v Dracula. Cover says “Cracked Summer Fun.”

** no. 72 (Sep. 1987.) “Count Dracula. . . 2086 A. D.” by George Gladir & John Severin. 1p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #224 (1986.)]

** no. 73 (Jan. 1988.) a. “Black Movie Monsters.” 4p. v Blacula, Dracula [Cracked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked # 5, 1970.)] b. “The Cracked Monsters Lens.” 4p. Fumette v various. c. “Cracked Monster Phrases.” 2p. v various. d. “Frankenstein Monster Party” by Dan Briefer. 12p. v Marvin, Zara. e. “Future Insect Monster Movies.” 4p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #125 (1975.)] f. “The Greatest Monster Battle of All Time!” 2p. v vampire bats [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #2 (1966.)] g. “Hudd & Dini.” 1p. v Dracula. h. “Masters of Evil.” 2p. Fumette. v Unnamed. i. “Monster Paper Doll Page.” 2p. v Unnamed. j. “More Combined Movies: ‘Dracula’ and ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.’” 1p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #132 (1976.)] k. “Orehek’s Horror Humor” by Dan Orehek. 4p. v various. l. “A Tourist’s Guide to Transylvania.”5p. v Dracula [Cracked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked # 5, 1970.)] m. “What Goes On in A Monster’s Mind.” 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Annuals (Extra Special Cracked # 4,  1980.)] n. “You Know You’re a Real Monster If…” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 75 (July 1988.) “Fright Court” by Joe Catalano & Bob Fingerman. 4p. v The Count [Cracked Magazine #229 (1987.)]

** no. 80 (Sep. 1989.) “Teenage Movie Monsters” by George Gladir & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Teen Vampire [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #12 (1991.)]

** no. 87 (July 1991.) “Midnight Monster Picnic” by Al Scaduto. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #217 (1986.)]

** no. 92 (Sep. 1992.) “Transylvania’s Funniest Home Videos” by Jack D. Harris & John Severin. 5p. v Mumford Dracula [Cracked Magzine #261 (1991.)]

** no. 96 (Sep. 1993.) “Presents for Hard to Please Monsters” by Bill Ignizio & John Severin. 3p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #272 (1992.)]

Cracked Digest. Major magazines. b&w. anth. rpt. mag. Small format

** no. 1 (Oct. 1986.) “School for T.V. Wrestlers” by Sean Powers. 17p. v Victor the Vampire [Cracked Annuals (Super Cracked # 1, 1968.)]

** no. 2 (Jan. 1987.) “Transylvanian Teen Scenes.” 12p. v Dracula et al. [Cracked Magazine #40 (1964.)] Cover: John Severin.

** no. 3 (Apr. 1987.) “Personalized TV Sets.” 6p. v vampire bat.

** no. 4 (July 1987.) “Shut-Ups.” 12p. v Unnamed.

Cracked in the Saddle. Dell. tpb. anth. Pocket format.

** (June 1975.) “A Cracked Look at Photography.” 14p. v Unnamed (cameo) [rpt. in Giant Cracked #46 (1987.)]

Cracked Magazine. Major Magazines. b&w. anth. mag. The list of vampire issues and stories is not complete.

** no. 2 (May 1958.) “Frankenstein and Rock’n Roll!” 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 8 (Mar. 1959.) a. “The Last of the Hollywood ‘B’ Pictures.” 3p. v Dracula. b. “ Modern Movie Monsters.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 9 (May 1959.) “Directions.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** n.n. (Mar. 1960.) “Shut-Ups.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 32 (Nov. 1963.) a. “Monster Chess Set.” 1p. v Dracula. b. “The Movie Monsters Strike…” by John Severin. 5p. v Dracula (Bela Lugosi) [rpt. in Cracked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked # 1, 1965;) Cracked Collector’s Edition (May 1983;) Extra-Special Cracked #9 (1986;) Cracked Monster Party #1 (1988.)]

** no. 33 (Jan. 1964.) “The Monster’s Advertising Agency.” 6p. v various [rpt. in Monster Howls #1 (1966;) Crackes’s For Monsters Only Annual (1967;) Cracked Collector’s Edition (July 1979;) Cracked Monster Party #7 (1989,) #23 (1994.)] Note: cover says “December.”

** no. 35 (Apr. 1964.) “The Transylvanian National Life Insurance Company” by John Severin. 1p. v Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #16 (1992.)]

** no. 36 (June 1964.) “Transylvanian TV” by Bill McCartney. 4p. v Dracula [rpt. in #229; Cracked Annuals (Extra Special Cracked #9, 1986;) Cracked’s For Monsters Only #3 (1966;) Cracked’s For Monsters Only Annual (1967;) Cracked Digest (Sep. 1978 & Feb. 1983;) Extra-Special Cracked #9 (1986;) Cracked Monster Party #4 (1989;), 9 (1986;) 24 (1994.)]

** no. 37 (July 1964.) “The Monster’s Cracked Baseball Team.” 5p. v Dracula, The Bat [rpt. retitled “The Monster Howl’s Baseball Team,” in Extra-Special Cracked #9 (1986.)]

** no. 38 (Aug. 1964.) “Throughout History with Home Movies.”6p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 39 (Sep. 1964.) “The Art of Kissing” 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 40 (Nov. 1964.) “Transylvanian Teen Scene.” 5p. v various [rpt. in Cracked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked # 1, 1965;) Cracked Collector’s Edition (Sep. 1981; July 1984;) Cracked Monster Party #10 (1990,) #45 (1999-2000;) Cracked Digest II #2 (1987.)]

** no. 43 (May 1965.) a. “Monster Party” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula [rpt. in Monster Howls #1 (1966;) Cracked Collector’s Edition (Feb. 1980, Feb. 1984, Feb. 1985;) Extra-Special Cracked  #9 (1986,) Cracked Monster Party #5 (1989,) #31 (1996.)] b. “Monsters in Eveything.” 3p. v various. Vampire Cover: John Severin.

** no. 50 (Mar. 1966.) a. “Monster Models for Everyday Life.” 3p. v Dracula. b. “Up-dated Mechanical Banks” by Sigbjörn. 4p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Cracked Annuals (King-Sized Cracked  # 12, 1978.)]

** no. 51 (Apr. 1966.) “Shut-Ups.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 52 (June 1966.) a. “Cracked Visits the Munsters.” 1p. v Lily, Grandpa [rpt. in Giant Cracked #44 (1986,) Cracked Monster Party #2 (1988.)] b. “The Flipsides” by John Severin. 4p. v Count von Bloodcurdle Flipside.

** no. 55 (Sep. 1966.) “A Visit to Transylvania.” 3p. v Count Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Annuals – Super Cracked  #7 (1974;) Cracked Monster Party # 2 (1988.)]

** no. 56 (Nov. 1966.) “Dear John – Letters of History.” 2p. v Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked) #10 (1974:) Cracked Summer Special #3 (1993.)]

** no. 59 (Apr. 1967.) “Monsters in the News” by John Severin. 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Extra-Special Cracked #9 (1986;) Cracked Monster Party #10 (1990;) #26 (1994;) #40 (1998.)]

** no. 83 (Mar. 1970.) “Astrological Horoscopes.” 5p. v Unnamed (looks like a stereotypical vampire although he behaves like a werrewolf.)

** no. 90 (Jan. 1971.) “Objects For Sale at a Hollywood Auction” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula (Bela Lugosi.) [rpt. in Cracked Magazine (Byblos) #10 (n.d.;) Cracked Monster Party #18 (1992,) #38 (1997/98.)]

** no. 94 (Aug. 1971.) “Cracked Goes to the Hospital.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 102 (Aug. 1972.)”TV Commercials that Are Wasted.” 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 105 (Nov. 1972.) Vampire on cover by John Severin. No vampire content.

** no. 107 (Mar. 1973.) “Celebrities and their Screen Idols” by John Severin 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 108 (May 1973.) “Vampires of the World” by Bernard Baily. 4p. v various.

** no. 121 (Nov. 1974.) “What Are the Old TV & Movie Detectives Doing?” by John Severin. 45p. v Dracula, Robin (as a vampire) [rpt. in Cracked Annuals (Super Cracked # 14, 1980.)]

** no. 125 (July 1975.) “Future Insect Monster Movies.” 4p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Cracked Collector’s Edition #73 (1988;) Cracked Monster Party #11 (1991.)]

** no. 132 (May 1976.) “More Combined Movies: ‘Dracula’ and ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’” by John Severin. 1p. v Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Annuals (King-Sized Cracked # 12, 1978;) Cracked Collectors’ Edition #73 (1988.)]

** no. 133 (July 1976.) Dracula cover. No vampire content.

** no. 138 (Dec. 1976.) “What’s Going On in a Monster’s Mind.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 141 (May 1977.) “Life’s big Losers” by Bill Ward. 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 154 (Oct. 1976.) “When Businesses Start Going After the Over-65 Market” by John Severin. 4p. v Bela Fangless.

** no. 155 (Nov. 1976.) “Cracked Puts the Bite on Dracula.” 4p. v Dracula.

** no. 156 (Dec. 1976.) “Fun City Olympics” by Warren Sattler. 3p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Cracked Annuals (King-Sized Cracked # 18, 1984.)]

** no. 159 (May 1979.) “You Know You’re in a Cracked Hospital When. . .” by Don Orehek. 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 165 (Dec. 1979.) “Drecula” by John Severin. 7p. v Drecula. Satire of Frank Langella’s Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Collector’s Edition (Feb. 1982;) Craked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked #21, 1986;) Cracked Monster Party #2 (1988,) #19 (1993,) #42 (1988/89.)] Cover: John Severin.

** no. 166 (Jan. 1980.) “When Businesses Start Going After the Vampire Market” by Warren Sattler. 4p. v various.

** no. 167 (Mar. 1980.) “If Mork Appeared on Other T.V. Shows and Movies” by John Severin. 6p. v Dracula.

** no. 170 (Aug. 1980.) “Shut-Ups” by Don Orehek. 1p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #12  (1991.)]

** no. 206 (Sep. 1984.) “Cracked Looks at Computers.” 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 213 (Aug. 1985.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 215 (Oct. 1985.) “Celebrity Balloons” by Tony Tallarico. 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 216 (Nov. 1985.) “Summer Jobs for Movie Monsters” by Kent Gamble. 2p. v Count Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #9 (1990.)]

** no. 217 (Jan. 1986.) “Cracked Visits a Midnight Monster Picnic” by Al Scaduto. 2p. v Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Collector’s Edition #68 (1986,) #87 (1991;) Cracked Monster Party #7 (1989;) #32 (1996.)]

** no. 221 (Aug. 1986.) a. “Hudd & Dini” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Dracula. b. “Monster Combination Movies” by Jim Wheelock & Wally Brogan. 2p. v Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #12 (1991,) #32 (1996.)] c. “Monstrous Practical Jokes” by Hilary Zatz & John Severin. 2p. v Dracula. d. “Shut-Ups.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 224 (Nov. 1986.) “Count Dracula. . . 2086 A.D.” by George Gladir & John Severin. 1p. v Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Collector’s Edition #72 (1987;) Cracked Monster Party #12 (1991,) #32 (1996.)]

** no. 228 (July 1987.) “Future Crocodile Dundee Movies” by George Gladir & Gray Morrow. 3p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Cracked Party Pack #2 (1988.)]

** no. 229 (Aug. 1987.) a. “Don Orehek’s Horrible Horror II: A New Beginning!” by Don Orehek. 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #4 (1989.)] b. “Fangorier” by Gray Morrow. 1p. v Unnamed. c.“Fright Court” by Joe Catalano & Bob Fingerman. 4p. v The Count [rpt. in Cracked Collector’s Edition #75 (1988.)] d. “Monsters Get Teed Off!” 2p. v Dracula, unnamed. e. “Monsters One-Shots” by Roger Brown & Mike Ricigliano. 1p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #4 (1989,) #30 (1995/1996,) #45 (1999/2000.)] f. “Monster Pets” by Moe McMahon & John Severin. 1p. v Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #1 (1988;) #41 (1998.)] g. “Nanny’s Pin-Up Page.” 1p. v Nanny and Sylvester as vampires [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #4 (1989.)] h. “Transylvanian TV” by John Severin. 5p. v various [#36.] Cover: John Severin. Note: Cover says “Cracked For Monsters Only!” but this is in fact an issue of Cracked Magazine, as the indicia confirm.

** no. 230 (Sep. 1987.) “On the Beach” by Roger Brown & Mike Ricigliano. 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 232 (Nov. 1987.) “Max Headache all Over the World.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 236 (July 1988.) “The Stake Out” by Nireves. 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 238 (Sep. 1988.) “Things That Can Scare You to Heck!” by Richard Dominick & Walter Brogan. 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 239 (Oct. 1988.) “Monster Olympic One-Shots” by Roger Brown & Mike Ricigliano. 1p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #31 (1996.)]

** no. 240 (Nov. 1988.) “When Old Age Finally Hits Monsterdom” by George Gladir & Vic Martin. 3p. v Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Monster Party #22 (1993;) #44 (1999.)]

** no. 241 (Dec. 1988.) “Gruesome Gags” by Henry Boltinoff. 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 250 (Dec. 1989.) a. “Hazards of:” by Roger Brown & Mike Ricigliano. 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Transylvanian Summertime” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 252 (Mar. 1990.) a. “Vampire Gags” by Gary Fields. 3p. v Unnamed. b. “Vic Martin’s Monsters on Parade” by Vic Martin. 3p. v various.

** no. 254 (July 1990.) “Cracked Mirrors II” by Vic Martin. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 255 (Aug. 1990.) “More Cigarette Ads Aimed at Special Groups” by George Gladir & John Severin. 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 256 (Sep. 1990.) “New Villans for Future Dick Tracy Movies” by George Gladir & John Severin. 3p. v the Midget Vampire (Danny DeVito.)

** no. 261 (Mar. 1991.) “Transylvania’s Funniest Home Videos” by Jack D. Harris & John Severin. 5p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Cracked Collector’s Edition #92 (1992;) Cracked Monster Party #28 (1995.)]

** no. 272 (July 1992.) “Presents for Hard to Please Monsters” by John Severin. 3p. v Dracula [rpt. in Cracked Collector’s Edtion #96 (1993.)]

** no. 273 (Aug. 1992.) “The Fast Foods Wars” by Paul Castiglia & Gary Fields. 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 280 (May 1993.) “Dracula’s Castle” by George Gladir & Rurik Tyler. 2p. v various.

** no. 296 (Jan. 1995.) a. “More Horrors from the Cracked Pen of Don Orehek” by Don Orehek. 1p. v Unnamed. b. “MFL Hall of Fame.” 2p. v Dick Bloodkus.

** no. 304 (Dec. 1995.) “Sesame Street Then & Sesame Street Now” by Bob Weske & Wally Brogan. 3p. v Count von Count.

** no. 313 (Dec. 1996.) “Nickelodious!” by Greg Grabianski & Walter Brogan. 6p. v the Moonster (the Munsters.)

** no. 322 (Dec. 1997.) “Boffy the Vampy Slayer” by Greg Grabianski & Walter Brogan. 5p. v Marv Albert.

** no. 323 (Jan. 1998.) “A Cracked Look at the Pyramids” by Rob Weske & “Draving Slave Wages” Bolinger. 4p. v Dracularis, God of the Dead.

** no. 328 (Sep. 1998.) “Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Dating Tips” by Mike Morse & Walter Brogan. 2p. Parody of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

** no. 332 (Jan. 1999.) “The Cracked Multi-Plex: Bland” by Greg Gabianski & John Severin. 2p. v Frosted-Flakers and others. c. Bland (satire of Blade.)

** no. 335 (July 1999.) “The Sunnydale Scythe” by Ricky Sprague & Frank Cummings. 4p. v various. Satire of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

** no. 350 (Dec. 2000.) a. “From the Cracked Lens!” (Fumette.) 3p. v various Unnamed. b. “Ghost Story Club: Count Wackula” by Allan Zullo & Dick Kulpa. 3p. v Count Wackula. c. “Haunted Home Shopping Club” by Barry Dutter & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Unnamed (cameo.) d. “Martin’s Screams” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Unnamed vampire family.

Cracked Magazine. Byblos [U.K.] b&w. anth. Satire. mag.

** no. 10 (n.d.) “Objects for Sale at a Hollywood Auction.” 3p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #90 (1971.)]

Cracked Monster Party. Globe Communications. b&w. anth. Satire. mag. The list of vampire issues and stories is not complete.

** no. 1 (July 1988.) a. “Frankenstein’s Spring Fling!”. Based on Dick Briefer’s stories. 4p. v Zara [rpt. in #27.] b. “Heavy on the Horror, Please!” 2p. Fumette. v Dracula. c. “Monster Pets” by Moe McMahon & John Severin. 1p. v Dracula. [Cracked Magazine #229 (1987.)] d. “The Movie Monsters Strike…” by John Severin. 5p. v Dracula (Bela Lugosi) [Cracked Magazine #32 (1963.)] e. “The Nightmares of Monsters” by McCartney. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked #21, 1986.)] f. “A Tourist’s Guide to Transylvania.” 5p. v Dracula [Cracked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked #5, 1970.)] g. “You Know You’Re a Real Monster If…” by Dulligan. 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #8.] Vampire cover: John Severin.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1988.) a. “Cracked Monster Phrases” by Vic Martin. 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #26.] b. “Cracked Visits the Munsters.” 1p. v. Lily, Grandpa [Cracked Magazine #52 (1966.)] c. “Drecula.” 7p. v Drecula [Cracked Magazine #165 (1979.)] d. “Fun, Games and Monsters” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Unnamed. e. “Mixed Up Pocket Books.” 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #23.] f. “Orehek’s Horror Humor!” by Don Orehek. 4p. v various Unnamed. g. “Transylvania Go Go Football” by Vic Martin. 3p. v Unnamed [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #4 (1967.)] h. “A Visit to Transylvania.” 3p. v Count Dracula [Cracked Magazine #55 (1966.)]

** no. 4 (Apr. 1989.) a. Detachable calendar. 10p. v various. b.“Don Orehek’s Horrible Humor” by Don Orehek. 2p. v Unnamed. [rpt. in #16.] c. “Don Orehek’s Horrible Humor II: A New Beginning” by Don Orehek [Cracked Magazine #229 (1987.)] 2p. v Unnamed. d. “Hudd & Dini” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Unnamed. e. “Monster One-Shots” by Roger Brown & Mike Ricigliano. 1p. v various Unnamed [Cracked Magazine #229 (1987.)] f. “Monstruous Practical Jokes!” by Hilary Zatz & John Severin. 2p. v Dracula. g. “Nanny’s Pin-Up Page.” 1p. (back cover.) v Nanny and Sylvester as vampires [Cracked Magazine #229 (1987.)] h. “Shut-Ups” by Don Orehek. 1p. v Unnamed. i. “Transylvanian TV” by John Severin. 5p. v various. Cover: Skene Catling [Cracked Magazine #36 (1964.)]

** no. 5 (July 1989.) a. “Count Sylvestula” by Rob Orzechowski. 1p. Parody of Dracula. b. “The Cracked Monsters Lens.” 5p. Fumette. v various Unnamed. c. “Irving Claw’s Cracked Monster Lens!” 4p. Fumette. v Dracula. d. “Londumb After Midnight” by Rob Orzechowski. 1p. Parody of Lon Chaney. e. “Monster Mother Goose” by McCartney. 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #41.] f. “Monster Party” by John Severin. 2 stories. 2p. each (one inside back and front covers.) v various Unnamed [one from Cracked Magazine #43 (1965.)] Cover: Stosh Gillespie.

** no. 6 (Oct. 1989.) a. “Cartoon Screams” by Don Orehek. 1 p. v Unnamed. b. “Darn to Heck with Don Orehek!” by Don Orehek. 2p. v Dracula (cameo.) c. “The Eerie World of Don Orehek” by Don Orehek. 2p. v Unnamed. d. “The Effects of Horror Movies.” 2p. v Mrs. Klotzel, Mr. Murphy [rpt. in #24, #29, #44.] e. “Fun Time Monsters” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Unnamed. f. “Martin’s Screams” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Unnamed. g. “Monster Sandwich-Board Men” by John Severin. h. “Nosylferatu” by Bob Orzechowski. 1p. i. “The Night Crawlers” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Unnamed. l. “Stationery from Transylvania.” 2p. v Dracula. m. “Transylvanian Rock’n Roll Monsters” by Vic Martin. 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #32.] n. Untitled story by Brown & Ricigliano. 1p. v Unnamed. o. “The Vampire Strikes” by Henry Boltinoff. 1p. v a Jewish vampire. p. “Your Little Brother is a Monster When…” by Joe Catalano & Wally Brogan. 3p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #20, #24, #34.] q. “When Businesses Start Going After the Vampire Market.” 4p. v various [Cracked Collector’s Edition (Dec. 1982.)] Cover: Rurik Tyler.

** no. 7 (Nov. 1989.) a. “Cracked Visits a Midnight Monster Picnic” by Al Scaduto. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #217 (1986.)] b. “The Honeymoaners… in The Lost Vacation” by Rich Kriegal & Win Mortimer. 4p. v Dracula [rpt. in #19, 39; Cracked Summer Special #1 (1991.)] c. “Hair-Raising Horror of Don Orehek” by Don Orehek. 2p. v Unnamed. d. “Hudd & Dini” by Vic Martin. 2p. v Unnamed. e. “McCartneys’ Nighty Monsters” by Bill McCartney. 2p. v various Unnamed. f. “Monster Greeting Cards.” 3p. v various Unnamed. g. “The Monster’s Advertising Agency.” 5p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #33 (1964.)] Cover: Rurik Tyler.

** no. 8 (Jan. 1990.) a. “A MonStar Is Reborn” by George Gladir. 6p. v Bela Lugosi [Cracked’s for Monsters Only #1 (1965.)] b. “Shriek Shop Dpt.” by John Severin. 3p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in #23, #45.] c. “Vampires of the World.” 4p. [Cracked Collector’s Edition (Sep. 1979.)] d. “You Know You’Re a Real Monster If…” by Dulligan. 2p. v Unnamed [#1.] Sylvester as “Count Sylvestre,” vampire, on front and back covers, by John Severin.

** no. 9 (Aug. 1990.) a. “Monster Party Activity Page” by Rurik Tyler. 1p. v Unnamed (cameo.) b. “Summer Jobs for Movie Monsters” by Kent Gamble. 2p. v Count Dracula. Back cover: “Cracked Monster Party Picnic Pin-Up” by John Severin. v Unnamed.

** no. 10 (Oct. 1990.) a. “Cracked Puts the Bite on Dracula.” 4p. v Dracula [Cracked Collector’s Edition (July 1980.)] b. “Cracked Takes a Look at the Transylvanian Teen Scene.” 5p. v various [Cracked Magazine #40 (1964.)] c. “Dork Shadows.” 1p. v Sylvester, Creep of a Thousand Faces. d. “Monsters in the News” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #59 (1967.)] e. “Shut-Ups.” 1p. (back cover.) v Unnamed [rpt. in #20.]

** no. 11 (Jan. 1991.) a. “Future Insect Monster Movies.” 4p. v Unnamed [Cracked Magazine #125 (1975.)] b. “Ghouls -R-Us” by Rob Orzechowski. 4p. v various [rpt. in #20, #42.] c. “Masters of Evil.” Fumette. 3p. v Irma and others. d. “Monster Vote Getters” by George Gladir & John Severin. 4p. v Dracula, Vampirella.

** no. 12 (Apr. 1991.) a. “Congratulations.” 2p. v Count Dracula. b. “The Transylvania Glob: King Kong Write-in Winner Despite Smear Tactics of Regular Candidate Dracula.” 3p. v Dracula. c. “Count Dracula. . . 2086 A. D.” by George Gladir & John Severin. 1p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #224 (1986.)] d. “Shut-Ups” by Don Orehek. 1p. v Unnamed [Cracked Magazine #170 (1980.)] e. “Monster Combination Movies” by Jim Wheelock & Wally Brogan. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #221 (1986.)] f. “Teenage Movie Monsters” by George Gladir & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Teen Vampire [Cracked Collector’s Edition  #80 (1989.)]

** no. 13 (Aug. 1991.)  “The Making of Thriller.” 6p. Fumette. v Unnamed.

** no. 14 (Oct. 1991). a. “Cracked Hold-Ups!” by Don Orehek. 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Don Orehek Off the Macabre” by Don Orehek. 3p. v Dracula. c. “Female Movie Monsters” by George Gladir & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Countess Nosferetta Dracula, Dracula. d. “For Monsters Only Giant Cut-Out Bonus.” 1p. “Diploma” signed, inter alia, by a Col. Lionel Van Vampire.  e. “Monsters on Parade” by Arnoldo Franchioni. 2p. v various (including several famous characters, such as Andy Capp, Popeye, Garfiled and Miss Piggy, as vampires.) f. “The Most Horrible Monster of All” by Walt Lardner. 1p. v Dracula. g. “The Sabotaged Haunted House.” 2p. v Unnamed. h. “What Goes On in A Monster’s Mind.” 3p. v Dracula [rpt. in #30.] Vampire back cover by Severin.

** no. 15 (Jan. 1992.) a. “Cracked Monster Party Pin-up!” 1p. (inside front cover.) v various. b. “Fangmann’s” by John Severin. 1p. (back cover.) v Dracula [rpt. in #32.] c. “Movie Monster Museum” by George Gladir & Robert Orzechowski. 3p. v Bela Lugosi as Dracula [rpt. in #35, #39.]

** no.16 (Apr. 1992) a.”The Addarns Family” by Lou Silverstone & Walter Brogan. 4p. v Unnamed, a neighbor of the Addarns Family (in turn a satire of the [non-vampiric] Addams Family.) b. "Cracked Interviews Frankenstein, The Movie Monster King." 4p. v Dracula. c. “Creature from the Cracked Lagoon!” by Rurik Tyler. 3p. v Unnamed (cameo.) d. "Cryptic Commercials." 2p. v Unnamed. e. "Don Orehek's Horrible Humor" by Don Orehek. 2p. v Unnamed [#4.] f. "Monster Party." 2p. v Dracula. g. "Old Movie Monster Films Updated for Today." 4p. v Dracula [rpt. in #28.] h. "The Transylvania National Life Insurance Company." 1p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #35 (1964.)]

** no. 17 (Aug. 1992.) a. “It’s an It! Our Baby Alien Album” by Andy Simmons & Rurik Tyler. 5p. v Dracula (cameo) (rpt. in #30, #38.) b. “Monster Bummers” by Ved Vier & Don Orehek. 3p. v Unnamed. c. “Monster Party Time! Excellent” (back cover.) 1p. v Unnamed. d. “Transylvania Go Go Football” by Vic Martin. 3p. v Unnamed [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #4 (1967.)] Cover: Rurik Tyler.

** no. 18 (Oct. 1992.) a. "Celebrity Nightmares." 1p. (back cover.) v Luke Perry. b. "A Cracked Look at Useless Monster Junk Mail." 2p. v Dracula [rpt. in #29.] c. "Cracked Visits The Monsters' Retirement Home" by Rob Orzechowski. 2p. v Unnamed. d. "Monster Go Round" by Arnoldo Franchioni. 2p. (inside covers.) v Unnamed. e. “Moonlighting Monsters.” 2p. v Dracula [rpt. in #30.] f. “Objects for Sale at a Hollywood Auction” by John Severin. 3p. v Bela Lugosi as Dracula [Cracked Magazine #90 (1971.)] g. "That Poisoned Pen of Don Orehek” by Don Orehek. 1p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #32, #45.]

** no. 19 (Jan. 1993.) a. “Count Sylvestre” by John Severin. 1p. v Sylvestre (as vampire.) b. “Cracked’s Monster Dating Chart.” 2p. v Dracula, Vampirella [rpt. in #31.] c. “Drecula.” 8p. v Drecula (Frank Langella parody) [Cracked Magazine #165 (1979.)] d. “The Honeymoaners… in The Lost Vacation” by Rich Kriegal & Win Mortimer. 4p. v Dracula [#7.] e. “Irving Claw’s Cracked Monster Lens!” 4p. Fumette. v Dracula. f. “Monster One-Shots” by Roger Brown & Mike Ricigliano. 1p. v Unannemd vampire family. g. “Monster Party.” 1p. v Unnamed. h. “Monstrous Practical Jokes!” by Hilary Zatz & John Severin. v Dracula. i. “Nonsense Blood” by Lou Silverstone & Walter Brogan. 4p. v various. l. “Real-Life Monsters from the Deepest Pits of School” by Dan O’Keefe & Dr. Fitzgerald. 3p. v The Vampteacher [rpt in #32.]. m. “Shut-Ups.” 1p. v Dracula and his brides. n. “When Businesses Start Going After the Vampire Market.” 4p. v various [Cracked Collector’s Edition (Dec. 1982.)] o. “When They Were Young…” by George Gladir & Don Orehek. 2p. v Dracula [rpt. in #42.] Vampire cover by Norman Bates.

** no. 20 (Apr. 1993.) a. "Bran Stuckey's Drecula" by Rurik Tyler. 5p. v Drecula [rpt. in #34.] b. "1st Annual Transylvanian Yard Sale" by Gayle Adams-Pierpont & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Drac [rpt. in #44.] c. “Ghouls -R-Us” by Rob Orzechowski. 4p. v various [#11.] d. "Monster Babies Horror Tales." 3p. v Unnamed. e. "Monster Bummers" by Jed Vier and Don Orehek. 2p. v Dracula [rpt. in #44.] f. "Shut-ups." 1p. (inside front cover.) v Unnamed [#10.] g. “Your Little Brother is a Monster When…” by Joe Catalano & Wally Brogan. 3p. v Unnamed [#6.]

 ** no. 21 (Aug. 1993.) a. "Black Movie Monsters" by LePoer. 6p. v Blacula, Dracula [Cracked Annuals (King-Sized Cracked #9, 1975.)] b. “Monster Medicine Cabinet” by Gayle Adams-Pierpont & Rob Orzechowski. 1p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #34, 46.] c. “More Horrible Humor.” 2p. Fumette. v Unnamed. d. "Take Me Out to the Ballgame!" by Lou Silverstone & Alan Kupperberg. 6p. v Umpire. e. "Vampire Gags" by Gary Fields. 4p. v various.

 ** no. 22 (Win. 1993.) a. "Dreddy's Dead: The Final Rip-off" by Steve Strangio & Frank Borth. 5p. v Unnamed. b. “Monster Party Activity Page!” by Rurik Tyler. 1p. v Unnamed. c. “Stiffs Live! (Well, Sort of)” by Andrew Osborne & Walter Brogan. 4p. v Crackula (and Mina) [rpt. in #35.] d. "Transylvanian School Cafeteria" by Gayle Adams-Pierpoint & Don Orehek. 2p. v Dracula. e. Untitled fumette 1p. v Christopher Lee as Dracula. f. "When Old Age Finally Hits Monsterdom" by George Gladir & Vic Martin. 3p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #240 (1988.)]

** no. 23 (Spr. 1994.) a. "Mixed Up Pocket Books." 2p. v Unnamed [#2.] b. "The Monster's Advertising Agency." 5p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #33 (1964.)] c. "Monsters and Mobsters." 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #40.] d. "Montgomery & Morgue Catalog." 3p. v Unnamed. e. “R.I.P. Pallbearer, All Transylvanian” by Lou Silverston & Walter Brogan. 4p. v various Unnamed. f. “The Screamers.” 3p. Fumette v. various, including Christopher Lee as Dracula. g. “Shriek Shop Dept.” by John Severin. 3p. v various Unnamed [#8.] h. "A Tourist's Guide to Transylvania." 5p. v Dracula [Cracked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked #5, 1970.)]

** no. 24 (Sum. 1994.) a. “Another Helping of… Monster Goodies” by Gayle Adams-Pierpont & Rob Orzechowski. 2p. v Dracula. b. “Cracked Monster Get Well Cards” by Patrick Abedin & Bruce Bolinger. 3p. v Dracula [rpt. in #44.] c. “The Effects of Horror Movies.” 2p. v Mrs. Klotzel, Mr. Murphy (cameo) [#6.] d. “Monster Babies Horror Tales” by Bill Wray. 3p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #41.] e. “Transylvanian Summertime” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Unnamed. f. “Transylvanian TV” by John Severin. 5p. v various [Cracked Magazine #36 (1964.)] g. “Your Little Brother is a Monster When…” by Joe Catalano & Wally Brogan. 3p. v Unnamed [#6.] Cover: Skene Catling [Cracked Magazine #36 (1964.)]

** no. 25 (Fall 1994.) a. "First Annual Transylvanian Pet Show" by Gayle Adams-Pierpont & Rob Orzechowski. 2p. v Dracula [rpt. in #40.] b. “Masters of Evil”. 3p. Fumette v various. c. "More Horrible Horrors from the Spooky Pen of Don Orehek." 2p. v Unnamed. d. "The Nightmares of Monsters." 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Annuals (Biggest Greatest Cracked #21, 1986.)] e. "Samsonbites Coffins." 1p. (back cover.) v Unnamed [rpt. in #45.] f. "Shut-Ups." 1p. (inside cover.) v Unnamed. g. "Transylvanian Glob."3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 26 (Win. 1994.) a. “Cracked’s Monster ‘N’ Sports” by Arnoldo Franchioni. 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #46.] b. “Cracked Monster Phrases” by Vic Martin. 2p. v Unnamed [#2.] c. “Monsters in the News” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #59 (1967.)] d. “Monster Mini-Flips.” 4p. v Dracula, vampire bats. e. “School for Monsters” by Nireves. 5p. v Bela Fangman [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #3 (1966.)]

** no. 27 (Spr. 1995.) a. “Cracked Takes a Look at the Transylvanian Teen Scene.” 5p. v various [Cracked Magazine #40 (1964.)] b. “David Bloodletterman’s Interview with a Vampire” by Andy Simmons & Jeff Wong. 6p. Parody [rpt. in #41.] c. “Frankenstein’s Spring Fling!”. Based on Dick Briefer’s stories. 4p. v Zara [#1.] d. “Heavy on the Horror, Please.” 2p. Fumette. v Dracula. e. “Monster Party Cracked Collector Plates: Insignificant Moments in History Edition” by Bruce Bollinger. 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #40.] f. “Monster Sandwich-Board Men” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula [#6.] g. “Transylvania Go Go Football.” 3p. v Unnamed [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #4 (1967.)]

** no. 28 (Sum. 1995.) a. “Bleedvis & Bolt-Head Check-Out MTV (as in Monster T.V.!)” by Judd Stomp & Walt Brogan. 5p. Beavis and Butt-Head satire. v various. b. “Old Monster Movie Films Updated for Today: Dracula.” 1p. v Dracula [#16.] c. “Transylvania’s Funniest Home Video’s” by Jack C. Harris & John Severin. 5p. Parody. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #261 (1991.)] d. “Transylvanialand” by Arnoldo Franchioni. 2p. v various. e. “Vic Martin’s Monsters on Parade!” by Vic Martin. 3p. v various. Cover: Wally Brogan.

** no. 29 (Fall 1995.) a. “Corpser” by Andy Simmons & Don Orehek. 6p. v Unnamed (cameo.) b. “Transylvanian Breakfast Cereals” by Randy Epley & Gary Fields. 2p. v ad for a cereal “turning Dracula to dust.” c. “The Effects of Horror Movies!” 2p. v Mrs. Klotzel, Mr. Murphy [#6.] d. “Martin’s Screams” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Unnamed. e. “Monster Junk Mail!” by Rob Weske & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Dracula [#18.] f. “Monster Party Playground” by Rob Weske & Rob Orzechowski. 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #45.] g. “Orehek at Large: Touring a Horror House” by Don Orehek. 2p. v Dracula. h. “Questions You Should Never Ask During an Interview with the Vampire” by Pete Fitzgerald. 1p. v Unnamed (parody of Lestat) [rpt. in #43]

** no. 30 (Win. 1995/96.) a. “It’s an It! Our Baby Alien Album” by Andy Simmons & Rurik Tyler. 5p. v Dracula (cameo) (rpt. from #17.) b. “Monster Holidays” by Patric Abedin & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #44.] c. “Monster One-Shots” by Roger Brown & Mike Ricigliano. 1p. v various Unnamed [Cracked Magazine #229 (1987.)] d. “Monstrous Practical Jokes” by Bruce Bollinger. 3p. v Unnamed. e. “Moonlighting Monsters.” 2p. v Dracula [#18.] f. “What Goes On in A Monster’s Mind.” 2p. v Dracula [#14.]

** no. 31 (Spr. 1996.) a. “Cracked’s Monster Dating Chart.” 2p. v Dracula, Vampirella [#19.] b. “Monster Combination Movies” by Jim Wheelock & Wally Brogan. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #221 (1986.)] c. “Monster Olympic One-Shot” by Roger Brown & Mike Ricigliano. 2p. v Unnamed [Cracked Magazine #239 (1988.)] d. “Transylvanian Road Signs.” 2p. v Unnamed. e. “Monster Bummers” by Ved Vier & Don Orehek. 3p. v Unnamed. f. “Monster Bulletin Board.” 2p. v Unnamed. g. “Monstruous Practical Jokes” by Hilary Atz & John Severin. 2p. v Dracula. h. “Monster Party” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula, Morticia Addams, Vampira [Cracked Magazine #43 (1965.)] i. “Vampire in Shnookland” by Bruce Bollinger. 5p. v Eddie Smurphy. Satire of Vampire in Brooklyn.

** no. 32 (Sum. 1996.) a. “Count Dracula… 2086 A.D.” by Gladir and Severin. 1p. v Count Dracula [Cracked Magazine #224 (1986.)] b. “Cracked Visits a Midnight Monster Picnic” by Al Scaduto. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #217 (1986.)] c. “Fangmann’s” by John Severin. 1p. (inside front cover.) v Dracula [#15.] d. “That Poisoned Pen of Don Orehek” by Don Orehek. 1p. v Unnamed [#18.] e. “R. L. Slime Goosedumps.” 4p. v Unnamed (satire of R. L. Stine’s Goosebumps.) f. “Real-Life Monsters from the Deepest Pits of School” by Dan O’Keefe & Dr. Fitzgerald. 3p. v The Vampteacher [#19.] g. “Transylvanian Rock’n Roll Monsters” by Vic Martin. 2p. v Unnamed [#6.] Cover: Rurik Tyler.

** no. 33 (Fall 1996.) a. “Another Serving of Transylvanian Breakfast Cereals” by Randy Epley & Gary Fields. 2p. v vampire bats. b. “Cracked Creates the Perfect Baseball Monster.” 2p. v Unnamed. c. "A Cracked Look at Useless Monster Junk Mail." 2p. v Dracula [#18.] d. “Dreddy’s Dead: The Final Rip-Off.” 5p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

** no. 34 (Win. 1996/97.) a. “Bran Stuckey’s Drecula” by Rurik Tyler. 5p. v Drecula [#20.] b. “Castle Dracula” by George Gladir & Rurik Tyler. 2p. v Dracula. c. “Monster Medicine Cabinet” by Gayle Adams-Pierpont & Rob Orzechowski. 1p. v Unnamed [#21.] d. “The 1996 Monster Election.” 4p. v Dracula. e. “Your Little Brother is a Monster When…” by Joe Catalano & Wally Brogan. 3p. v Unnamed [#6.] Cover: Rurik Tyler.

** no. 35 (Spr. 1997.) a. “Do the Monsta-Rena!” 2p. v Unnamed (cameo.) b. “Movie Monster Museum” by George Gladir & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Bela Lugosi as Dracula [#15.] c. “Stiffs Live! (Well, Sort of)” by Andrew Osborne & Walter Brogan. 4p. v Crackula (and Mina) [#22.]

** no. 36 (Sum. 1997.) “When Nerds Hit a Science Fiction Convention” by Eric Goldberg and Mark Howard & Don Orehek. 2p. v Unnamed pseudo-vampire.

** no. 37 (Fall 1997.) a. .“Don Orehek’s Horrible Humor” by Don Orehek. 2p. v Unnamed  b. “Home Shopping Club for Monsters” by Barry Dutter & Rob Orzechowski. 2p. v Unnamed. c. “Shut-Ups.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 38 (Win. 1997/98.) a. “Objects for Sale at a Hollywood Auction” by John Severin. 3p. v Bela Lugosi as Dracula [Cracked Magazine #90 (1971.)] b. “It’s an It ! Our Baby Alien Album” by Andy Simmons & Rurik Tyler. 5p. v Dracula (cameo) (rpt. from #17.) c. “Shut-Ups.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 39 (Spr. 1998.) a. “The Honeymoaners… in The Lost Vacation” by Rich Kriegal & Win Mortimer. 4p. v Dracula [#7.] b. “Monster Football League.” 4p. v various, including the Green Bay Packulas. c. “The Monster Home Shopping Channel” by Craig Farrell & Rob Orzechowski. 2p. v various. d. “Movie Monster Museum” by George Gladir & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Bela Lugosi as Dracula [#15.]

** no. 40 (Sum. 1998.) a. “Another Helping of… Monster Cookies” by Gayle Adams-Pierpont & Rob Orzechowski. 2p. v Dracula. b. “First Annual Transylvanian Pet Show” by Gayle Adams-Pierpont & Rob Orzechowski. 2p. v Dracula [#25.] c. “Monster Party Cracked Collector Plates: Insignificant Moments in History Edition” by Bruce Bollinger. 2p. v Unnamed [#27.] d. "Monsters and Mobsters." 2p. v Unnamed [#23.] e. “Monsters in the News” by John Severin. 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #59 (1967.)]

** no. 41 (Fall 1998.) a.“Boffy the Vampy Slayer” by Todd Jackson & Rurik Tyler. 5p. Buffy parody [rpt. in #46.] b. “MFL (Monster Football League) Hall of Fame.” 2p. v Dick Bloodkus (“linedracula”, Chicago Scares.) c. “Monster Babies Horror Tales” by Bill Wray. 3p. v Unnamed [#24.] d. “Monster Mother Goose.” 2p. v Unnamed [#5.] e. “David Bloodletterman’s Interview with a Vampire.” 6p. v various [#27.] f. “Monster Pets” by Moe McMahon & John Severin. 1p. v Dracula. [Cracked Magazine #229 (1987.)] g. “Puffy the Vampire Playa” by Jeff Wong. 1p. (back cover.) Buffy satire cover: Frank Cummings.

** no. 42 (Win. 1998/99.) a. “Drecula.” 8p. v Drecula (Frank Langella parody) [Cracked Magazine #165 (1979.)] b. “Ghouls -R-Us” by Rob Orzechowski. 4p. v various [#11.] c. “If Monsters Were Dealt With by Our Criminal Justice System!” by Dan Birtcher & Bruce Bolinger. 3p. v Unnamed (vampire bat.) d. “Martin’s Screams” by Vic Martin. 1p. v Unnamed. e. “Transylvanian School Cafeteria.” 2p. v Unnamed. f. “When They Were Young…” by George Gladir & Don Orehek. 2p. v Dracula [#19.] Cover: Frank Cummings.

** no. 43 (Spr. 1999.) a. “Monster Day Dreams” by George Gladir & Rob Orzechowski. 2p. v Dracula. b. “Questions You Should Never Ask During An Interview with the Vampire” by Pete Fitzgerald. 1p. v Unnamed (parody of Lestat) [#29.]

** no. 44 (Sum. 1999.) a. “Cracked Monster Get Well Cards” by Patric Abedin & Bruce Bolinger. 3p. v Dracula [#24.] b. “The Effects of Horror Movies.” 2p. v Mrs. Klotzel, Mr. Murphy [#6.] c. “1st Annual Transylvanian Yard Sale” by Gayle Adams-Pierpont & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Drac [#20.] d. "Monster Bummers" by Jed Vier and Don Orehek 2p. v Dracula [#20.] e. “Monster Holidays” by Patric Abedin & Rob Orzechowski. 3p. v Unnamed [#30.] f. “When Old Age Finally Hits Monsterdom” by George Gladir & Vic Martin. 3p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #240 (1988.)]

** no. 45 (Win. 1999/2000.) a. “Cracked Takes a Look at the Transylvanian Teen Scene.” 5p. v various [Cracked Magazine #40 (1964.) b. “Monster One-Shots” by Roger Brown & Mike Ricigliano. 1p. v various Unnamed [Cracked Magazine #229 (1987.)] c. “Monster Party Playground” by Rob Weske & Rob Orzechowski. 2p. v Unnamed [#29.] d. "Samsonbites Coffins." 1p. (inside front cover.) v Unnamed [#25.] e. “Shriek Shop Dpt.” by John Severin. 3p. v various Unnamed [#8.] f. “That Poisoned Pen of Don Orehek.” 1p. v Unnamed [#18.]

** no. 46 (Spr. 2000.) a. “Cracked’s Monster Dating Chart.” 2p. v Dracula, Vampirella. b. “Cracked’s Monster ‘N’ Sports” by Arnoldo Franchioni. 2p. v Unnamed [#26.] c. “Boffy the Vampy Slayer” by Todd Jackson & Rurik Tyler. 5p. Buffy parody [#41.] d. “Buffy Does Frat Row” by Todd Jackson. 1p. Buffy parody. e. “Monster Medicine Cabinet” by Gayle Adams-Pierpont & Rob Orzechowski. 1p. v Unnamed [ #21.] f. “Monsteroci-TV” by Andy Simmons & Frank Cummings. 4p. v Robotula Bender, a vampire robot, Regis & Spike. g. “Monsters One-Shots” by Roger Brown & Mike Ricigliano. 1p. v various Unnamed. h. “Real-Life Monsters from the Deepest Pits of School” by Dan O’Keefe & Dr. Fitzgerald. 3p. v The Vampteacher. Buffy satire cover by Jeff Wong. Note: Last issue of Cracked Monster Party.

Note: #3 (Jan. 1989) is an all-alien issue with no vampires.

Cracked Party Pack. Globe Communicatons. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 2 (Sum. 1988.) “Crocodile Dundee’s Future Movies” by George Gladir & Gray Morrow. 3p. v Unnamed [Cracked Magazine #228 (1987.)]

Cracked Summer Special. Globe Communicatons. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (1991.) “The Honeymoaners in: The Lost Vacation” by Rich Kriegal & Win Mortimer. 4p. v Dracula [Cracked Monster Party #7 (1979.)]

** no. 3 (1993.) “Dear John – Letters of History.” 2p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #56 (1966.)]

** no. 5 (1995.) “Virginia Shorts.” 2p. v Dracula.

Cracked’s For Monsters Only. Major Magazines, Inc. b&w. Satire anth. mag.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1965.) “A MonStar Is Reborn” by George Gladir & John Severin. 6p. v Bela Fangman [rpt. in Cracked’s For Monsters Only Annual (1967;) Extra-Special Cracked #9 (1986;) Cracked Monster Party #8 (1990;) Cracked Collector’s Edition #17 (1987,) n.d. (Feb. 1992.)]

** no. 2 (Sep. 1966.) “The Greatest Monster Battle of All Time!” 2p. v vampire bats [rpt. in Cracked Collector’s  Edition #73 (1988.)]

** no. 3 (Nov. 1966.) a. “School for Monsters” by Nireves. 5p. v Bela Fangman [rpt. in Cracked’s For Monsters Only Annual (1967;) Extra-Special Cracked #9 (1986;) Cracked Monster Party #26 (1994.)] b. “Transylvanian TV” by John Severin. 5p. v various [Cracked Magazine #36 (1964.)]

** no. 4 (Mar. 1967.) “Transylvania Go Go Football.” 3p. v various [rpt. in Cracked’s For Monsters Only Annual (1967;) Cracked Monster Party #2 (1988,) #17 (1992,) #27 (1995.)]

** no. 5 (Sep. 1967.) “Gunspook.” 3p. v Unnamed. Back Cover: John Severin.

** no. 6 (Jan. 1969) Vampire back cover: Vic Martin. No vampire content.

** no. 7 (Apr. 1969.) “Vampire Hunt 69” by MarcVangoro. 16p. v Count Dragula.

** no. 8 (July 1969.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 9 (Sep. 1971.) “Let’s Meet the Ladies.” 2p. v Unnamed (fumette.)

** (June 1972.) a. “Blood Thirst” by Terry Bisson & Syd Shores. 7p. v Elizabeth Mason. b. “Count Yorga, Vampire!” (fumette) 3p. v Robert Quarry as Count Yorga. Cover: Gray Morrow.

Cracked’s For Monsters Only Annual. Major Magazines. b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

___ 3 (Nov. 1966.) (a) "School for Monsters" by Nireves. 5p. v. Bela Fangman. rpt. (1) Cracked's For Monsters Only Annual (1967.) (2) Cracked Monster Party #26. (3) Extra-Special Cracked #9. (b) "Transylvanian TV" by John Severin. 5p. v. Various. rpt. from Cracked Magazine #36 (1964.)

** (1967.) a. “A MonStar Is Reborn” by George Gladir & John Severin. 6p. v Bela Fangman [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #1 (1965.)] b. “The Monster’s Advertising Agency.” 11p. v various [Cracked Magazine #33 (1964.)] c. “School for Monsters” by Nireves. 5p. v Bela Fangman [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #3 (1966.)] d. “Transylvania Go Go Football.” 3p. v Unnamed [Cracked’s For Monsters Only #4 (1967.)] e. “Transylvanian TV” by John Severin. 5p. v various [Cracked Magazine #36 (1964.)]

Cracker. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] mag.

(1975-1976.) Cracker was published weekly between January 18, 1975 and September 11, 1976. It included a strip called “Little ‘Orror,” featuring Little ‘Orror, a vampire. It merged into The Beezer in 1976, which became The Beezer and Cracker.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1975.) “Toothy.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 6 (Feb. 22, 1975.) “Ghastly Geezer Gallery.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 14 (Apr. 19, 1975.) “Spookum Skool.” 1p. v pseudo-vampire bat.

** no. 16 (May 3, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 17 (May 10, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 18 (May 17, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 19 (May 24, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 20 (May 31, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 21 (June 7, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 22 (June 14, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 23 (June 21, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 24 (June 28, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 25 (July 5, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 26 (July 12, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 27 (July 19, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 28 (July 26, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 29 (Aug. 2, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 30 (Aug. 9, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 31 (Aug. 16, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p. Little ‘Orror cover.

** no. 32 (Aug. 23, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 33 (Aug. 30, 1975.) a. “Little ‘Orror.” 1p. b. “Miss Ghastly Geezer 1975.” 1p. v Little Orror.

** no. 34 (Sep. 6, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 35 (Sep. 13, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 36 (Sep. 20, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 37 (Sep. 27, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 38 (Oct. 4, 1975.) a. “The Headhunters.” 2p. v Little Orror. b. “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 39 (Oct. 11, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 40 (Oct. 18, 1975.) a. “Joe Soap.” 2p. v Little Orror. b. “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 41 (Oct. 25, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 42 (Nov. 1, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 43 (Nov. 8, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 44 (Nov. 15, 1975.) a. “Joe Soap.” 2p. v Little Orror. b. “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 45 (Nov. 22, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

___ no. 46 (Nov. 29, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 47 (Dec. 6, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 48 (Dec. 13, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 49 (Dec. 20, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 50 (Dec. 27, 1975.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 51 (Jan. 3, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 52 (Jan. 10, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 53 (Jan. 17, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 54 (Jan. 24, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 55 (Jan. 31, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 56 (Feb. 7, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 57 (Feb. 14, 1976.) a. “Little ‘Orror.” 1p. b. “Young Foo: The Kung Fu Kid.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 58 (Feb. 21, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 59 (Feb. 28, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 60 (Mar. 6, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 61 (Mar. 13, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 62 (Mar. 20, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 63 (Mar. 27, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 64 (Apr. 3, 1976.) a. “Ghastly Geezer Gallery.” 1p. v The Vampire Banana. b. “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 65 (Apr. 10, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 66 (Apr. 17, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 67 (Apr. 24, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 68 (May 1, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 69 (May 8, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 70 (May 15, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 71 (May 22, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 72 (May 29, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 73 (June 5, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 74 (June 12, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 75 (June 19, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 76 (June 26, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 77 (July 3, 1976.) a. “The Cracker Calendar: The Olympic Month of July.” 1p. v Little Orror. b. “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 78 (July 10, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 79 (July 17, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 80 (July 24, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 81 (July 31, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 82 (Aug. 7, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 83 (Aug. 14, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 84 (Aug. 21, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 85 (Aug. 28, 1976.) a. “The Feast of Fun.” 1p. v Little Orror. b. “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 86 (Sep. 4, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

** no. 87 (Sep. 11, 1976.) “Little ‘Orror.” 1p.

Crazy Comics. Marvel/Atlas. Satire anth. mag.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1954.) “Whack’s Museum.” 5p. v Dracula.

Crazy Magazine. Marvel. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1973.) “Shush-ups.” 1p. v Dracula. c. Van Helsing.

** no. 1a rpt. (Sum. 1975.) Cover says: “Crazy Super Special.”

** no. 6 (Aug. 1974.) “History of Moosekind” by Bob Foster. 4p. v Moosula [rpt. in #64]

** no. 9 (Feb. 1975) “The Nebbish” 6p. v Unnamed (vampire host.)

** no. 15 (Jan. 1976.) “Will Eisner’s Gleeful Guide to Astrology.” 5p. v Unnamed.

** no. 17 (May 1976.) “A Literal Look at Clearance Sales” by Michael Pellowski & Jack Sparling. 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 18 (June 1976.) “All-Star Monster Team” by Bob Heil & Jack Sparling. 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 22 (Jan. 1977.) “The Part-time Job of Super Heroes” by Tom DeFalco & Murad Gumen. 4p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 23 (Mar. 1977.) “Ear-Fools or, What Your Hear Is What You Get” by Mike Pellowski & Bob Smith. 2p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #30.]

** no. 24 (Apr. 1977.) “A Crazy Look at Executions” by Gary Brodsky. 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 26 (June 1977.) “If Monsters Were Stand-Up Comics” by Fred Wolfe & Jack Sparling 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 30 (Oct. 1977.) “Ear-Fools or, What Your Hear Is What You Get” by Mike Pellowski & Bob Smith. 2p. v Unnamed [#23.]

** no. 33 (Jan. 1978.) “Monster Limericks” by Marylyn D’Amico & Sam Viviano. 2p. v Count Dracula [rpt. in #37.]

** no. 36 (Apr. 1978.) “Greeting Cards That Might Have Been Sent” by Marylyn Ippolito & John Langton.

** no. 37 (May 1978.) “Monster Limericks” by Marylyn D’Amico & Sam Viviano. 2p. v Count Dracula [#33.]

** no. 44 (Nov. 1978.) “If Monsters Did Commercials” by Roger Francis & Walter Brogan. 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 47 (Feb. 1979.) “Monster Record Albums” by Roger Francis & Tony Tallarico. 3p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 54 (Sep. 1979.) “Love at First Fright” By Rico Tallar & Walter Brogan. 3p. v Count Dracula. Satire of George Hamilton’s Love at First Bite. Cover: Bob Larkin.

** no. 55 (Oct. 1979.) “Crazy Goes to a Movie Monster Convention” by Michael Pellowski & Bill Burke. 2p. v various.

** no. 56 (Nov. 1979.) “You Know Your New House Is Haunted When. . .” by Michael Pellowski & Charles Nicholas. 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 57 (Dec. 1979.) “Vampire: The Magazine for Bloodsuckers” by Virgil Diamond & Tony Tallarico. v Dracula et al.

** no. 63 (June 1980.) “Old Movie Monsters: Where Are They Today?” by Joey Epstein. 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 64 (July 1980.) “History of Moosekind” by Bob Foster. 4p. v Moosula [#6.]

** no. 69 (Dec. 1980.) “Obnoxio the Clown Funpages” by Virgil Diamond & Alan Kupperburg. 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 74 (May 1981.) “The Vampire Refrigerator that Ruled the World” by Steve Skeates & Pat Broderick and Armando Gil. 3p. v vampire refrigerator.

** no. 77 (Aug. 1981.) “The Love Bore” by Murad Gumen & Kent Gamble. 5p. Lily Munster.

** no. 79 (Oct. 1981.) “Whack’ Museum.” 5p. v Barnabas Collins, Angelique.

** no. 81 (Dec. 1981.) “Teen Hulk” by Jim Owsley & Bob McCleod. 4p. v Chester Weems.

Creature Commandos. DC.

** no. 1 (May 2000.) “A Spear of Silence” by Timothy Truman & Scot Eaton. 22p. v Vincent Velcro.

** no. 2 (June 2000.) “From Here to Heaven as a Scar.” 22p.

** no. 3 (July 2000.) “Dead Center--Deep as Death.” 22p.

** no. 4 (Aug. 2000.) “Hide Witch Hide.” 22p.

** no. 5 (Sep. 2000.) “When the Earth Moves Again.” 22p.

** no. 6 (Oct. 2000.) “The Last Wall of the Castle.” 22p.

** no. 7 (Nov. 2000.) “The Other Side of This Life.” 22p.

** no. 8 (Dec. 2000.) “War Movie.” 22p.

Creepsville. Go-Co Comics. b&w. anth.

** no. 3 (1991.) Centerfold with detachable trade card with The Hopping Vampires, by Franklin K. Kurtz. No other vampire content.

** no. 4 (1991.) “I Was a Pre-Teenage Werewolf/Mud of Dracula” by Franklin J. Kurtz. 28p. v various. Includes trading cards.

** no. 5 (1992.) “Halloweenland” by Franklin J. Kurtz. 30p. v Count Batula.

Creepsville. Vol. 2. Laughing Reindeer Press. b&w.

** no. 1 (Win. 1995.) “Dr. Sardini’s Traveling Spook Show!” by Franklin J. Kurtz. 28p. v    

     Unnamed.

** no. 2 (Spr. 1996.) “Hoodwink!” by Franklin J. Kurtz. 13p. v Count Frankenstein.

** no. 3 (Fall 1996.) “Creepsville” by Franklin J. Kurtz. 22p. v Unnamed (cameo, in a crowd of monsters.)

Creepy. Warren. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

**   no. 1 (1964.) a. “Pursuit of the Vampire” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 6p. v various [rpt. in Eerie #14 (1968) and 24 (1969;) Creepy 1972 Yearbook; Warren Presents #5 (1979;) and Creepy Volume One (2008.)] b. ”Vampires Fly at Dusk” by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 6p. v Elena [rpt. in #74; Creepy 1968 Yearbook; Eerie #14 (1968) and 24 (1969;) Best of Creepy (1971;) Creepy: The Classic Years (1991;) and Creepy Volume One (2008.)] Cover: Jack Davis.

** no. 2 (1965.) a. “Creepy’s Loathsome Lore!” by Archie Goodwin & Bob Lubbers. 1p. v various [rpt. in Creepy Volume One (2008.)] b. “Wardrobe of Monsters” by Otto Binder & Gray Morrow and Angelo Torres. 8p. v Baxter [rpt. in Creepy Volume One (2008.)] Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 3 (1965.) “Swamped” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 8p. v various [rpt. in #21 and #48; Strange Stories of Vampires Comix (1978;) Eerie (Gold Star) #1 (1972;) and Creepy Volume One (2008.)] Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 4 (1965.) “Blood and Orchids!” by Archie Goodwin & Al McWilliams. 7p. v Blood-drinking orchids [rpt. in Eerie #14 (1968) and Creepy Volume One (2008.)] Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 5 (Oct. 1965.) “Grave Undertaking” by Archie Goodwin & Alex Toth. 6p. v various [rpt. in #139 and #146; Best of Creepy (1971;) Creepy 1971 Yearbook; and Creepy Volume One (2008.)] Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 7 (Feb. 1966.) a. “Blood of Krylon!” by Archie Goodwin & Gray Morrow. 6p. v Remick [rpt. in Creepy 1970 Yearbook, Famous Monsters of Filmland #80 (1972.)] b. “The Duel of the Monsters!” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 8p. v Sergeant Vega [rpt. in #142; Creepy 1968 Yearbook.] Cover by Frank Frazetta.

** no. 8 (Apr. 1966.) Part 1 (of 2.) “The Coffin of Dracula” by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 10p. [rpt. in #48, and Creepy the Classic Years (1971.)] Cover: Gray Morrow.

** no. 9 (June 1966.) Part 2. “The Coffin of Dracula” 8p. [rpt. in #27, #48, and Creepy the Classic Years (1971.)] Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 10 (Aug. 1966 .) “Midnight Sail” by Jay Taycee [Johnny Craig.] 6p. Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 12 (Dec. 1966.) “Maximum Effort!” by Ron Parker & Rocco Mastrosero. 7p. v Mr. Drumm. Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 13 (Feb. 1967.) “Early Warning!” by Archie Goodwin & Jerry Grandenetti. 6p. v various. Cover: Gray Morrow.

** no. 14 (Apr. 1967.) “Curse of the Vampire!” by Archie Goodwin & Neal Adams. 8p. v various [rpt. in Creepy: The Classic Years (1971,) Creepy 1969 Yearbook, Strange Stories of Vampires Comix (1978;) and Eerie #125 (1981.)] Cover: Gray Morrow.

** no. 17 (Oct. 1967.) “A Night’s Lodging!” by Maurice Whitman & Rhea Dunne. 7p. v various. Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 19 (Mar. 1968.) “Carmilla” by Robert Jenney. 10p. v Carmilla Karnstein. Note: Adaptation of “Carmilla” by Sheridan Le Fanu. Cover: Vic Prezio.

** no. 20 (May 1968.) “Beauty or the Beast!” by Len Brown & Sal Trapani. 8p. v various alien vampires. Cover: Albert Nuetzell.

** no. 21 (July 1968.) “Swamped” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 8p. v Drusilla [#3] Cover: Gutenberg Monteiro.

** no. 22 (Aug. 1968.) a. “Monster Rally” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 8p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #142.] b. “No Fair” by Bill Parente & Tom Sutton. 6p. v various [rpt. in Famous Monsters of Filmland #59 (1969.)] c. “Perfect Match” by Ron Parker & Sal Trapani. 8p. v Arthur and Miss Gayle Williams. Cover: Tom Sutton.

** no. 24 (Dec. 1968.) “Type Cast!” by Archie Goodwin & Jerry Grandenetti. 7p. v Roland Bryce, pseudo-vampire [Eerie #8 (1967.)]

** no. 26 (Apr. 1969.) Vampire Cover (Lon Chaney in London After Midnight) by Basil Gogos.

** no. 27 (June 1969.) Part 2. “The Coffin of Dracula!” 7p. [#9.] Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 28 (Aug. 1969.) “Valley of the Vampires” by Arnold Hayes & Bhob [sic] Stewart and Steve Stiles. 6p. v various, led by Sazaro. Cover: Vic Prezio.

** no. 29 (Sep. 1969.) “Bloody Mary” by Buddy Saunders & Tony Williamsune [pseudonym of Tony Tallarico.] 7p. v various. Note: Advertisement for Vampirella announces that “She’s fresh in from Transylvania. . . and “on newsstands July 15th.” First appearance of Vampirella.

** no. 31 (Feb. 1970.) “A Wooden Stake for your Heart” by Don Glut & Bill Black. 6p. v Baron Rogo, who bears a marked resemblance to Christopher Lee, is not a vampire, but. . . Cover: Vaughn Bodé & Larry Todd.

** no. 32 (Apr. 1970.) a. “Death is a Lonely Place” by Bill Warren & Bill Black. 7p. v Miklos Sokolos. b. “Movie Dissector!” by Michael Rosen & Bill Dubay. 6p. v Cameo. c. “V.A.M.P.I.R.E.” by Bill Warren & Tony Williamsune. 10p. v Variable-Analog-Mechanized-Processing-Information-Retrieval-Equipment, a blood-drinking computer. Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 36 (Nov. 1970.) “One Way to Break the Boredom” by James Haggenmiller & Jack Sparling. 8p. v Gary Williams. Cover: Ken Smith.

** no. 38 (Mar. 1971.) a. “Secret of the Haunted Room” by Ernie Colon & Bill Warren. 9p. v Miss Twirgas. b. “The Wooden Cross” by Rich Buckler & Steve Skeates. 6p. v son of Dr. Finch. Vampire cover: Ken Kelly.

** no. 39 (May 1971.) a. “Uncle Creepy Stars in Where Satan Dwells. . .” by Al Hewetson & Sal Trapani. 8p. v Unnamed (cameo.) b. Fan submissions: a. Untitled panel by Harry Glienke. v Unnamed. b. “Little Miss Muffet” by John Leho. Poem. v Dracula. Cover: Basel Gogos.

** no. 42 (Nov. 1971.) “A Change of Identity!” by Don Glut & Dave Cockrum. 6p. v Gradvitz. Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 44 (Mar. 1972.) “Sleep” by Kevin Pagan & Mike Ploog. 8p. v Unnamed. Cover: Vicente Segrelles.

** no. 45 (May 1972.) “For the Sake of Your Children!” by E. A. Fedory and Jamie Brocal Remohi. 10p. v various. led by Von Norda [rpt. in #144.] Cover: Enrich.

** no. 46 (June 1972.) a. “Cross of Blood” by Douglas Moench & Esteban Maroto. 10p. v Tovarr. b. “Night Watch” by E. A. Fedory & Jorge Galvez. 7p. v various. c. “Spellbound” by Lynn Marron & Luis Garcia. 8p. v various. Vampire cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 47 (Sep. 1972.) Vampire cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 48 (Oct. 1972.) a. Part 1 and 2. “The Coffin of Dracula” by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 16p. v Dracula [#8-9.] b. “Swamped” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 8p. v various [#3] Cover: Montage of former covers.

** no. 49 (Nov. 1972.) “Buried Pleasure” by Douglas Moench & Esteban Maroto. 10p. v Unnamed. Cover: Sanjulian

** no. 50 (Jan. 1971.) Vampirella cover: Sanjulian. No vampire content.

** no. 51 (Mar. 1973.) Color insert. “The Vivi” by Esteban Maroto. 8p. v Melinda Dawn [Dracula (New English Library) #5 (1970.)] Insert was a preview of Warren edition of Dracula, which was a one-volume rpt. of issues 1-6 of Dracula (New English Library, 1970-71.) Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 54 (July 1973.) “Little Nippers!” by R. Michael Rosen & Tom Sutton. 8p. v various. Cover: Bill DuBay.

** no. 56 (Sep. 1973.) “Consumed by Ambition” by Jack Butterworth & Martin Salvador. 8p. v Juan and Count Yaroslav. Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 57 (Nov. 1973.) “The Red Badge of Terror” by Doug Moench & Jose Bea. 7p. v various.

** no. 58 (Dec. 1973.) a. “Change. . . into Something Comfortable” by Doug Moench & Richard Corben. 9p.v Unnamed. b. “An Excuse for Violence” by Donald Francis McGregor & Adolpho Abellan. 10p. v Leroy Holmes. Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 59 (Jan. 1974.) “Destiny’s Witch” by John Jacobson & Ramon Torrents. 12p. v Ara. Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 60 (Feb. 1974.) “A Most Precious Secret” by Rich Margopoulos & Jose Gual. 12p. v Erich. Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 61 (Apr. 1974.) “The Ghouls!” by Carl Wessler & Martin Salvador. 12p. v various [rpt. in #144.] Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 63 (1974.) “A Ghost of a Chance” by T. Casey Brennan & Vincente Alcazar. 6p. v Scott Murdock. Cover: Ken Kelly.

** no. 70 (Apr. 1975.) “Edgar Allan Poe’s: Man of the Crowd” adaptation by Rich Margopoulos & Luis Bermejo. 8p. v psychic vampire (Unnamed.) Cover: Ken Kelly.

** no. 72 (July 1975.) “The Bite” by Jeff Rovin & Jose Gual. 7p. v Anita Perkiel. Cover: Ken Kelly.

** no. 74 (Oct. 1975.) In color: a. “The Beast on Bacon Street” by Budd Lewis & Reed Crandall and Bill Dubay. 6p. v Mrs. Amanda Knarlman. b. “Vampires Fly at Dusk” by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 6p. v Elena [#1.] Cover: Reed Crandall.

** no. 76 (Jan. 1976.) a. “A Flash of Lightning” by Gerry Boudreau & John Severin. 9p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Strange Stories of Vampires Comix (1978.)] b. “In Darkness It Shall End” by Doug Moench & Vincente Alcazar. 9p. v Ruger von Daemon [rpt. in #144.] Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 78 (Mar. 1976.) “The Nature of the Beast” by Budd Lewis & Martin Salvador. 10p. v vampire bats.

** no. 85 (Jan. 1977.) “Like Icarus, Quickly Falling” by Roger McKenzie & Leopold Sanchez. 8p. v various [rpt. in Strange Stories of Vampires Comix (1978.)] Cover: Ken Kelly.

** no. 90 (July 1977.) a. “Dollie” by Roger McKenzie & Leopold Sanchez. 10p. v Dollie. b. “The Search” by Roger McKenzie & Carmine Infantino and Gonzalo Mayo. 8p. v various. Cover: Enrich.

** no. 90a Canadian edition (price $ 1.50 rather than $1,25.)

** no. 97 (May 1978.) “Momma is a Vampire” by Nicola Cuti & Leo Duranona. 8p. v various. Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 97a Canadian edition (price $ 1.50 rather than $ 1.25.)

** no. 100 (Aug. 1978.) “Tale of a Fox” by Nicola Cuti & Jose Ortiz. 8p. v Princess Ming-Toi (fox woman.) Cover: Bob Larkin.

** no. 100a Canadian edition (price $ 2.00 rather than $ 1.75.)

** no. 105 (Feb. 1979.) “Night Life” by Bob Toomey & Auraleon. 8p. v various. Cover: Esteban Maroto.

** no. 105a Canadian edition (price $ 1.75 rather than $ 1.50.)

** no. 106 (Mar. 1979.) “Fangs” by Laurie Sutton & Leo Duranona. 9p. v various. Cover: Romes Kukalis.

** no. 106a Canadian edition (price $ 1.75 rather than $ 1.50.)

** no. 109 (July 1979.) “Vampire Dawn” by Archie Goodwin & Moreno Casares. 12p. v various. Cover: Jim Laurier.

** no. 109a Canadian edition (price $ 1.75 rather than $ 1.50.)

** no. 111 (Sep. 1979.) a. “Blood Lust” by Cary Bates & Leo Duranona. 12p. v various. Cover: Duane Allen.

** no. 111a Canadian edition (price $ 2.00 rather than $ 1.75.)

** no. 112 (Oct. 1979.) Vampire cover: Richard Corben.

** no. 112a Canadian edition (price $ 2.25 rather than $ 2.00.)

** no. 125 (Feb. 1981.) “Living Death Camp” by Roger McKenzie & Auraleon. 7p. v various. Cover: Ken Kelly.

** no. 125a Canadian edition (price $ 2.00 rather than $ 1.95.)

** no. 130 (Aug. 1981.) “The Vampire on the Hill” by John Ellis Sech & Martin Salvador. 7p. v Silas Titus and Howard Icce. Cover: Richard Courtney.

** no. 130a Canadian edition (price $ 2.25 rather than $ 2.00.)

** no. 131 (Sep. 1981.) Vampire vs. werewolf cover.

** no. 131a Canadian edition (price $ 2.25 rather than $ 2.00.)

** no. 134 (Jan. 1982.) a. “Soul Sucker!” by Gerry Boudreau & Fred Carrillo. 8p.v Soulsucker (psychic vampire.) b. “Wreck of the Vendigo Shafter!” 10p. v vampire bats. Cover: Ken Kelly.

** no. 134a Canadian edition (price $ 2.25 rather than $ 2.00.)

** no. 139 (July 1982.) “Grave Undertaking” by Archie Goodwin & Alex Toth. 6p. v various [#5.] Cover: Rudy Nebres.

** no. 139a Canadian edition (price $ 2.25 rather than $ 2.00.)

** no. 141 (Sep. 1982.) Part 1 (of 3.) “Moral Blood” by Don McGregor & Al Sanchez. 11p. v various. Cover: Richard Corben.

** no. 141a Canadian edition (price $ 2.50 rather than $ 2.25.)

** no. 142 (Oct. 1982.) a. “Monster Rally!” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 8p. v Unnamed [#22.] b. “The Duel of the Monsters!” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 8p. v Sergeant Vega [#7.] Cover: Richard Courtney.

** no. 142a Canadian edition (price $ 2.75 rather than $ 2.50.)

** no. 143 (Nov. 1982.) Part 2. “Moral Blood” by Don McGregor & Al Sanchez. 10p. Cover: Tony Roberts.

** no. 143a Canadian edition (price $ 2.50 rather than $ 2.25.)

** no. 144 (Jan. 1983.) a. “For the Sake of Your Children!” by E. A. Fedory and Jamie Brocal Remohi. 10p. v various. led by Von Norda [#45.] b. “The Ghouls” by Carl Wessler & Martin Salvador. 12p. v various [#61.] c. “In Darkness It Shall End!” by Doug Moench & Vincente Alcazar. 9p. v Ruger von Daemon [#76.] Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 144a Canadian edition (price $ 2.50 rather than $ 2.25.)

** no. 145 (Feb. 1983.) Part 3. “Moral Blood” by Don McGregor & Al Sanchez. 28p. v various. Cover: José Moralles.

** no. 145a Canadian edition (price $ 2.50 rather than $ 2.25.)

Creepy. Harris Publications, Inc. 2nd series. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** no. 146 (1985.) a. “Grave Undertaking” by Archie Goodwin & Alex Toth. 6p. v various [Creepy (Warren) #5 (1965.)] b.“The Super-Abnormal Phenomena Survival Kit!” by Jim Stenstrum & John Severin (parody.) v various Unnamed.

Creepy. Harris. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (1992.) “Corporate Bloodsuckers” by Peter David & Gene Colan. 13p. v various. Cover: Dan Brereton.

Creepy. Murray [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (1974.) a. “The Duel of the Monsters!” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 8p. v Sergeant Vega [Creepy (Warren) #7 (1966.)] b. “Vampires Fly at Dusk!” by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 6p. v Elena [Creepy (Warren) #1 (1964.)]

___ no. 2 (n.d. [1970s.]) a. “Cross of Blood” by Douglas Moench & Estaban Maroto. 10p. v Tovarr [Creepy (Warren) #46 (1972.)] b. “An Excuse for Violence” by Donald Francis McGregor & Adolpho Abellan. 10p. v Leroy Holmes [Creepy (Warren) #58 (1973.)] Vampire cover.

___ no. 3 (n.d. [1970s.]) “A Change of Identity” by Don Glut & Dave Cockrum. 6p. v Gradvitz [Creepy (Warren) #42 (Nov. 1971.)]

___ no. 4 (n.d. [1970s.]) “Change. . . into Something Comfortable” by Doug Moench & Richard Corben. 9p. v Unnamed [Creepy (Warren) #58 (1973.)]

___ no. 5 Not seen.

** no. 6 (n.d. [1970s.]) “One Way to Break the Boredom” by James Haggenmiller & Jack Sparling. 9p. v Gary Williams [Creepy (Warren) #36 (1970.)]

** no. 7 (1974.) a. “Consumed by Ambition” by Jack Butterworth & Martin Salvador. 9p. v Juan and Count Yaroslav [Creepy (Warren) #56 (1973.)] b. “A Wooden Stake for Your Heart” by Don Glut & Bill Black. 6p. v Baron Rogo, who bears a marked resemblance to Christopher Lee, is not a vampire, but… [Creepy (Warren) #31 (1970.)]

___ no. 8 (n.d. [1970s.]) “The Coffin of Dracula” by Reed Crandall & Archie Goodwin.16p. v Dracula [Creepy (Warren) #8 & 9 (1966.)]

___ no. 9 Not seen.

___ no. 12 (n.d. [1970s.]) “Movie Dissector!” by Michael Rosen & Bill Dubay. 6p. v cameo [Creepy (Warren) #32 (1970.)]

** no. 14 (n.d.) “V.A.M.P.I.R.E.” by Bill Warren & Tony Williamsune. 8p. v Variable-Analog-Mechanized-Processing-Information-Retrieval-Equipment, a blood-drinking computer [Creepy (Warren) #32 (1970.)]

** no. 15 (n.d.) a. “The Bite” by Jeff Rovin & Jose Gual. 7p. v Anita Perkiel [Creepy (Warren) #72 (1975.)] b. “Death is a Lonely Place” by Bill Warren & Bill Black. 7p. v Miklos Sokolos [Creepy (Warren) #32 (1970.)]

** no. 16 (n.d. [1970s.]) a. “The Escape Chronicle” by Budd Lewis & Jose Ortiz. 18p. v a Vampirella picture. b. “Grave Undertaking” by Archie Goodwin & Alex Toth. 6p. v various [Creepy (Warren) #5 (1965.)] c. “Night Watch” by E. A. Fedory & Jorge Galvez. 7p. v various [Creepy (Warren) #46 (1972.)]

** no. 17 (n.d.) “A Flash of Lightning” by Gerry Boudreau & John Severin. 9p. v Unnamed [Creepy (Warren) #76 (Jan. 1976.)]

** no. 18 (n.d.) “In Darkness It Shall End” by Doug Moench & Vincente Alcazar. 9p. v Ruger von Daemon [Creepy (Warren) #76 (Jan. 1976.)]

** no. 19 (n.d.) “The Super-Abnormal Phenomena Survival Kit!” by Jim Stenstrum & John Severin (parody.) v various Unnamed [Creepy (Harris) #146 (1985.)]

___ no. 21 (n.d. [1970s.]) “Valley of the Vampires” by Arnold Hayes & Bhob [sic] Stewart and Steve Stiles. 6p. v various, led by Sazaro [Creepy (Warren) #28 (1969.)]

___ no. 22 (n.d. [1970s.]) “The Ghouls” by Carl Wessler & Martin Salvador. 12p. v various [Creepy (Warren) #61 (1974.)]

** no. 25 (n.d.) “Curse of the Vampire!” by Archie Goodwin & Neal Adams. 8p. v various [rpt. in #27: Creepy (Warren) #14 (1967.)]

** no. 26 (n.d.) “The Wooden Cross” by Rich Buckler & Steve Skeates. 6p. v son of Dr. Finch [Creepy (Warren) #38 (1971.)]

** no. 27 (n.d.) “Curse of the Vampire!” by Archie Goodwin & Neal Adams. 8p. v various [#25: Creepy (Warren) #14 (1967.)]

Creepy 1968 Yearbook. Warren. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** (1968.) “The Duel of the Monsters!” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 8p. v Sergeant Vega [Creepy #7 (1966.)] b. “Vampires Fly at Dusk” by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 6p. v Elena [Creepy #1 (1965.)]

Creepy 1969 Yearbook. Warren. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** (1969.) “Curse of the Vampire!” by Archie Goodwin & Neal Adams. 8p. v various [Creepy #14 (1967.)] Cover: H. B. Harris.

Creepy 1970 Yearbook. Warren. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** (1970.) “Blood of Krylon!” by Archie Goodwin & Gray Morrow. 6p. v Remick [Creepy #7 (1966.)] Cover: Montage of Creepy covers.

Creepy 1971 Yearbook. Warren. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** (1971.) “Grave Undertaking” by Archie Goodwin & Alex Toth. 6p. v various [Creepy #7 (1966.)]

Creepy 1972 Yearbook. Warren. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** (Sum./Fall, 1971.) “Pursuit of the Vampire!” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 6p. v various [Creepy #1 (1965.)] Cover: H. B. Harris.

Creepy 1993 Fearbook. Harris. tpb. anth.

** no. 1 (1993.) a. “The Hangings” by Richard Howell & Jim Webb. 8p. v Vampirella. b. “An Investigation of Fear” by Kurt Busiek & Arthur Adams. 13p. v Vampirella. c. “One Good Deed” by Richard Howell & Louis La Chance. 10p. v Chelsea Cantrell, Hugo Lupus, Camilla.

Creepy: The Classic Years. Harris Comics. b&w. tpb. anth.

** (1991.) a. “The Coffin of Dracula” by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 17p. [Creepy #8-9 (1966.)] v Dracula. b. “Curse of the Vampire!” by Archie Goodwin & Neal Adams. 8p. v various [Creepy #14 (1967.)] c. “Vampires Fly at Dusk” by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 6p. v Elena [Creepy #1 (1965.)]

Creepy Things. Charlton. Horror anth.

** no. 1 (July 1975.) “Read the Signs.” 5p. v Unnamed.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1976.) “Man’s Best Fiend” by Tom Tuna & Tom Sutton. 7p. v Bat [rpt. in Scary Tales 36 (1983.)]

** no. 6 (June 1976.) “The Vampire of Hanover” by Pat Boyette. 7p. v Baron Boelke [rpt. in Haunted #62 (1982.)]

Creepy Things. Modern Comics. rpt. Horror anth.

** no. 4 (1977.) “Man’s Best Fiend” by Tom Tuna & Tom Sutton. 7p. v Bat.

Creepy Things. Murray Comics [Australia.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

___ no. 1 (n.d.[1970s.]) “The Weirdest Character I’ve Ever Known” by Joe Gill & ??. 7p. v Unnamed.

Creepy Worlds. Alan Class & Co. [U.K.] rpt. anth. b&w.

** no. 241 (1980?.) “The Hidden Vampire.” 5p. v Unnamed (disguised as… a castle) [Journey into Mystery #21 (1955.)]

Crime and Punishment. Lev Gleason. Pre-code anth.

** no. 46 (Jan. 1952.) “Vicious Vampire Racket.” 9p. v Boyle (in fact, a “vampire” in a metaphorical sense: a criminal who “sucks the blood” of the workers in a ship service syndicate racket.) w Private Eye Lloyd.

Crimson. Image/Wildstorm.

** no. 1 (May 1998.) “Dawn to Dusk” by Brian Augustyn & Humberto Ramos. 25p. v Alex Elder. Cover: Humberto Ramos & Sandra Hope.

** no. 1a Alternate cover: Adam Warren.

** no. 1b American Entertainment edition. Metallic unnumbered cover.

** no. 1c Alternate cover: Humberto Ramos. Metallic unnumbered.

** no. 1d Dynamic Forces edition signed by Brian Augustyn. Limited to 1,500 copies. Cover: Adam Warren.

** no. 2 (June 1998.) “Unlife Story.” 24p.

** no. 2a Dynamic Forces edition. Metallic cover.

** no. 2b Alternate cover by Arthur Adams.

** no. 3 (July 1998.) “Payment in Blood.” 24p.

** no. 3a Alternate cover.

** no. 4 (Aug. 1998.) Part 1. “The Children of Judas.” 24p.

** no. 5 (Sep. 1998.) Part 2. “The Children of Judas.” 24p.

** no. 6 (Oct. 1998.) Part 3. “The Children of Judas.” 24p.

** no. 7 (Dec. 1998.) “Hark.” 25p. Cover by Humberto Ramos & Sandra Hope.

** no. 7a Dynamic Forces gold edition. Limited to 2,500 copies. Signed by Ramos.

** no. 7b Alternate cover by Scott Campbell & Tom McWeeny.

** no. 7c Dynamic Forces green foil edition. Limited to 10,000 copies.

** no. 7d Alternate cover by Joe Madutiera & Tom McWeeny.

** no. 7e Dynamic Forces red edition. Limited to 10,000 copies.

** no. 7f Alternate cover. Another Universe edition.

Note: With issue #8, Crimson continued under Wildstorm imprint.

** no. 8 (Mar. 1999.) “Crossroads.” 24p.

** no. 9 (May 1999.) “Raptus.” 22p. Dynamic Forces edition.

** no. 9a Dynamic Forces gold edition. Limited to 5,000 copies.

­­­___ no. 9b Dynamic Forces gold edition signed by Joe Jusko. Limited to 1,500 copies.

** no. 10 (June 1999.) “Lamentum.” 22p.

** no. 11 (Aug. 1999.) “Memoria.” 22p.

** no. 12 (Sep. 1999.) “Cantus Excio.” 22p.

** no. 12a Dynamic Forces alternate cover. Limited to 5,000 copies.

___ no. 12b Dynamic Forces Gold Foil edition. Limited to 2,500 copies.

** no. 12c Dynamic Forces Gold Foil edition signed by Humberto Ramos. Limited to 1,500 copies.

** no. 12d Dynamic Forces Gold Foil Re-Marked edition, signed and remarked by Humberto Ramos. Limited to 99 copies.

** no. 13 (Dec. 1999.) “Life Sentence.” 22p.

** no. 14 (Jan. 2000.) “U-turn.” 22p.

** no. 15 (Feb. 2000.) “Christmas Passed.” 22p.

** no. 16 (Mar. 2000.) “Revelations.” 22p.

** no. 17 (Apr. 2000.) “Twisted Paths.” 22p.

** no. 18 (July 2000.) “Vale of Tears.” 22p.

** no. 19 (Aug. 2000.) “Burnt Offerings.” 22p.

** no. 20 (Oct. 2000.) “The Fire This Time.” 22p.

** no. 21 (Nov. 2000.) “Blood and Tears.” 22p.

** no. 22 (Dec. 2000.) “The Cleansing Fire.” 22p.

Continuing series (#23, 24 published in 2001.) Rpt. in tpb forms as Crimson: Loyalty and Loss (1999, #1-6;) Crimson: A Tale of Heaven & Earth (2000, #7-12;) Crimson: Earth Angel (2001, #13-18); Crimson: Redemption (2001, #19-24.)

Crimson: Dynamic Forces Premiere Edition. Image Comics.

** no. 1 (1998.) By Brian Augustyn & Humberto Ramos. 11p. v Alex Elder. Cover: Humberto Ramos & Sandra Hope. Limited to 30,000 copies.

** no. 1a Alternate cover by Jae Lee. Limited to 15,000 copies.

** no. 1b European edition. Cover: Humberto Ramos & Sandra Hope. Limited to 10,000 copies.

** no. 1c Dynamic Forces Exclusive edition signed by Humberto Ramos. Cover: Humberto Ramos & Sandra Hope. Limited to 1,500 copies.

** no. 1d. Dynamic Forces Exclusive European “remarked” edition signed and remarked by Humberto Ramos. Cover: Humberto Ramos Sandra Hope. Limited to 199 copies.

** no. 1e. Dynamic Forces Exclusive Premiere Jae Lee cover. Limited to 500 copies signed and remarked by Jae Lee.

Crimson: A Tale of Heaven & Earth. Wildstorm. rpt. tpb.

** (Jan. 2000.) by Brian Augustyn & Humberto Ramos. Unpaged. Includes issues #7-12 of Crimson.

Crimson Embrace: A Gallery Girls Collection. SQP. b&w. Adult. mag.

** no. 1 (1995.) Art portfolio

** no. 2 (1996.) Art portfolio.

** no. 3 (1997.) Art Portfolio.

** no. 4 (1997.) Art portfolio.

** no. 5 (1999.) Art portfolio.

Crimson: Loyalty and Loss. Cliffhanger Productions. rpt. tpb.

** (1999.) By Brian Augustyn & Humberto Ramos. 144p. v Alex Elder. Collects issues #1-6 of Crimson (Image Comics.)

Crimson: Scarlet X Blood on the Moon. Image Comics.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1999.) By Brian Augustyn & Carlos Meglia. 32p. v Alex Elder.

** no. 1a. Dynamic Forces alternate cover. Limited to 5,000 copies.

** no. 1b. Dynamic Forces alternate cover signed by Brian Augustyn. Limited to 1,500 copies.

Crimson Sourcebook. Image Comics.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1999.) Portfolio. Includes “Crimson Encyclopedia.”

Crisis on Infinite Earths. DC.

** no. 5 (Aug. 1985.) "Worlds in Limbo" by Marv Wolfman & George Perez. 25p. v. Brother Blood.

** no. 5a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 95c only.

Cristian Dark. Darque Studios. b&w. Vampire series.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1992.) Series by Michael Adamczyk. 22p. v Cristian Dark.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1993.) 26p.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1993.) 14p.

Crossfire. Eclipse.

** no. 22 (June 1987.) Cover (by Dan Spiegle) featuring Bela Lugosi as Dracula (statue from a “Hollywood Film Museum”.)

Cry for Dawn. Cry for Dawn Publishing. b&w. anth.

** no. 6 (1991.) a. “Dead” by Joseph Linsner. 13p. v Esque [rpt. in Angry Christ Comix #1 (2003.)] b. “Dead and Decat Sketchbook.” Portfolio by Joseph Linsner. 5p.

Crypt of Creatures. Gretown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

___ no. 2 (n.d. [1975.]) “Jaws of Death.” 6p. v Varnat Ankwar.

Crypt of Shadows. Marvel. Horror anth.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1972.) “Thru the Door.” 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 11 (July 1974.) “Vampire Brats.” 4p. v various [Adventures into Terror #4 (1951.)]

Cryptic Tales. Showcase. b&w. Horror anth. Discontinued.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1987.) a. “Lila” by Jim Webb. 12p. v Lila et al. b. “Scars” by Jim Webb. 11p. v Alana, Dracula.

The Curse of Dracula. Dark Horse Comics.

** no. 1 (July 1998.) By Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 22p. v Dracula, Hiroshima c. Jonathan van Helsing, Sebastian Seward.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1998.) 22p.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1998.) 19p.

Rpt. as tp. in 2005: The Curse of Dracula (Dark Horse.)

Curse of Rune. Malibu Comics.

** no. 1 (May 1995.) “Connections” by Chris Ulm & Kyle Hotz. 22p. v Rune. Cover: right profile.

** no. 1a Cover: left profile.

** no. 2 (June 1995.) “Revelations.” 22p.

** no. 3 (July 1995.) “The Spoils” 22p.

** no. 4 (Aug. 1995.) “Purgatory” by Chris Ulm & Michael Byrd. 24p.

Curse of the Weird. Marvel. rpt. anth.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1994.) “Bat’s Tale.” 3p. v Kruzak and others [as “Terror’s Tale”, Marvel Tales #113 (1953.)]

Cyber City: Part Three. CPM Comics.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1995.) Part 1. “Crimson Media” by Akinori Endo & Tim Eldred. 22p. v Saionji.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1996.) Part 2. “Crimson Media.” 24p. 

D

Daffy Duck. Gold Key. Satire anth.

** no. 92 (Feb. 1975.) “Duckula!” 8p. v Count Duckula.

Dagar the Invincible. Gold Key.

** no. 3 (1973.) “Wrath of the Vampires” by Don Glut & Jesse Santos. 24p. v King Desmos et al.

Dalgoda. Fantagraphics. anth.

** no. 8 (1986.) “The Bojeffries Saga: A Preface to the American Edition” by Alan Moore & Steve Parkhouse. 4p. v Mr. Zlüdotny.

Dan Panic Funnies. Greg Holfeld [Canada.] b&w&red.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1987.) “The Return of Dr. Trunk” by Greg Holfeld. 14p. v Dr. Trunk.

The Dandy. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] anth. mag.

/// (Dec. 4, 1937 – Continuing series.) Note: Each weekly issue of The Dandy includes a variety of comic strips, the selection of which, like the title, varied over the several decades of its appearance. For several years, it was called The Dandy and Nutty. The main vampire strip is “Strange Hill School,” featuring the vampire Vince.

___ no. 2224 (July 7, 1984.) “Korky the Cat.” 1p. v vampire mask.

** no. 2304 (Jan. 18, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2305 (Jan. 25, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2306 (Feb. 1, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2307 (Feb. 8, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2308 (Feb. 15, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2310 (Mar. 1, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2312 (Mar. 15, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2313 (Mar. 22, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2314 (Mar. 29, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2316 (Apr. 12, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2317 (Apr. 19, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2318 (Apr. 26, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2319 (May 3, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2320 (May 10, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2321 (May 17, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2323 (May 31, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2326 (June 21, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2327 (June 28, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2328 (July 5, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2330 (July 19, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2331 (July 26, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2332 (Aug. 2, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2333 (Aug. 9, 1986.) a. “Dinah Mo.” 2p. v Dracula. b. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2334 (Aug. 16, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2335 (Aug. 23, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v vampire bat.

** no. 2336 (Aug. 30, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2337 (Sep. 6, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2339 (Sep. 20, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. Vince.

** no. 2342 (Oct. 11, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2345 (Nov. 1, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. Vince.

** no. 2346 (Nov. 8, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. Vince.

** no. 2347 (Nov. 15, 1986.) “Competition Time!!! Spot the Changes.” 1p. v vampire bat (Game.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. Vince.

** no. 2348 (Nov. 22, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. Vince.

** no. 2350 (Dec. 6, 1986.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. Vince.

** no. 2353 (Dec. 27, 1986.) a. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.) b. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2355 (Jan. 10, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. Vince.

** no. 2360 (Feb. 14, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2361 (Feb. 21, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2362 (Feb. 28, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2363 (Mar. 7, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2364 (Mar. 14, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. Vince.

** no. 2365 (Mar. 21, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2366 (Mar. 28, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2367 (Apr. 4, 1987.) “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2368 (Apr. 11, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2369 (Apr. 18, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2370 (Apr. 25, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2371 (May 2, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2372 (May 9, 1987.) “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2373 (May 16, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2374 (May 23, 1987.) a. “Dinah Mo.” 2p. v Unnamed.  b. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. c. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.) d. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2375 (May 30, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2376 (June 6, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2377 (June 13, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2378 (June 20, 1987.) “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2379 (June 27, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2380 (July 4, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2381 (July 11, 1987.) “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2382 (July 18, 1987.) a. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.) b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

___ no. 2383 (July 25, 1987.) “Ted Time Tales.” 2p. v Drac.

** no. 2384 (Aug. 1, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2385 (Aug. 8, 1987.) “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2386 (Aug. 15, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Ted-Time Tales.” 1p. v Drac.

** no. 2390 (Sep. 12, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2391 (Sep. 19, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2392 (Sep. 26, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2393 (Oct. 3, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Spotted Dick.” 1p. v Vince. c. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 1p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2394 (Oct. 10, 1987.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2396 (Oct. 24, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2397 (Oct. 31, 1987.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2398 (Nov. 7, 1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2400 (Nov. 21, 1987.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2406 (Jan. 2, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2411 (Feb. 6, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2413 (Feb. 20, 1988.) a. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.) b. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2414 (Feb. 27, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2419 (Apr. 2, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2428 (June 4, 1988.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2429 (June 11, 1988.) a. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.) b. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2430 (June 18, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2432 (July 2, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2438 (Aug. 13, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2439 (Aug. 20, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2441 (Sep. 3, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2442 (Sep. 10, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2443 (Sep. 17, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2446 (Oct. 8, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2447 (Oct. 15, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2450 (Nov. 5, 1988.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Vince.

** no. 2451 (Nov. 12, 1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

___ no. 2453 (Nov. 26, 1988.) "Strange Hill School." 1p. v. Vince.

** no. 2464 (Feb. 11, 1989.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2465 (Feb. 18, 1989.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2466 (Feb. 25, 1989.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2467 (Mar. 4, 1989.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2474 (Apr. 22, 1989.) “Dinah Mo.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2482 (June 17, 1989.) a. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.) b. “Korky the Cat.” 1p. v vampire cat.

** no. 2484 (July 1, 1989.) “Desperate Dan: Enter at Your Peril!!” 2p. v vampire bats.

** no. 2502 (Nov. 4, 1989.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 2512 (Jan. 13, 1990.) “Mutt and Moggy: They’re the Best Fiends.” 1p. v Doggie Dracula.

** no. 2521 (Mar. 17, 1990.) “Spotted Dick: Laughter is the Best Medicine .” 1p. v Count Spotula.

** no. 2528 (May 5, 1990.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2529 (May 12, 1990.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2536 (June 30, 1990.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2542 (Aug. 11, 1990.) “Smasher.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 2543 (Aug. 18, 1990.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2554 (Nov. 3, 1990.) “Dinah Mo.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 2559 (Dec. 8, 1990.) “Keyhole Kate.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 2563 (Jan. 5, 1991.) “Spotted Dick’s Diary.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 2614 (Dec. 28, 1991.) a. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince. b. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v vampire toy.

** no. 2616 (Jan. 11, 1992.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2619 (Feb. 1, 1992.) “The World’s Daftest Discoveries: The Vile Villainous Vermin of Vampire Valley.” 2p. Illustrated text.

** no. 2622 (Feb. 22, 1992.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

** no. 2646 (Aug. 8, 1992.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2658 (Oct. 31, 1992.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2661 (Nov. 21, 1992.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2662 (Nov. 28, 1992.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2663 (Dec. 5, 1992.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2664 (Dec. 12, 1992.) a. “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek. b. “Dinah Mo.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 2665 (Dec. 19, 1992.) a. “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek. b. “Keyhole Kate.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2667 (Jan. 2, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2668 (Jan. 9, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2670 (Jan. 23, 1993.) a. “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek. b. “Smitten.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2671 (Jan. 30, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2672 (Feb. 6, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2673 (Feb. 13, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2674 (Feb. 20, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2675 (Feb. 27, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2676 (Mar. 6, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2680 (Apr. 3, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2681 (Apr. 10, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2683 (Apr. 24, 1993.) a. “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek. b. “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Unnamed. c. “Winker Watson.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 2684 (May 1, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2686 (May 15, 1993.) a. “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek. b. “Korky the Cat.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 2687 (May 22, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2688 (May 29, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2689 (June 5, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2690 (June 12, 1993.) a. “Desperate Dan in: The Search for the Holy Gruel.” 2p. v Blood Sucking Bats. b. “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2691 (June 19, 1993.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** no. 2695 (July 17, 1993.) a. “Desperate Dan.” 2p. v Dan as vampire. b. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** no. 2711 (Nov. 6, 1993.) a. “Desperate Dan.” 3p. v Dracula. b. “Dinah Mo.” 2p. v Unnamed. c. “Winter Watson in: Aliens (Part 8.)” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2713 (Nov. 20, 1993.) “Jonah.” 1p. v Jonah as vampire (pseudo-vampire.)

** no. 2721 (Jan. 15, 1994.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

___ no. 2783 (Mar. 25, 1995.) “Blinky.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 2786 (Apr. 15, 1995.) “Claude Cuckooland.” 1p. v Claude as “Dracula killer” (pseudo-vampire.)

** no. 2803 (Aug. 12, 1995.) “Molly.” 1p. v Dracula.

___ no. 2844 (May 25, 1996.) “First Class.” 1p. v Dracula.

___ no. 2861 (Sep. 21, 1996.) “Hector Spectre.” 1p. v Dracula.

___ no. 2864 (Oct. 12, 1996.) “Joe Kings Page.” 1p. Number 13 characters appear.

** no. 2890 (Apr. 12, 1997.) “Kellog’s Corn Flakes.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2891 (Apr. 19, 1997.) “Molly.” 2p. v Vince (Molly visits Strange Hill School.)

___ no. 2938 (Mar. 14, 1998.) “Growing Paynes.” 1p. v vampire bat.

___ no. 2942 (Apr. 11, 1998.) “Cuddles and Dimples.” 2p. v Drac (Dracula doll.)

___ no. 2973 (Nov. 14, 1998.) “Bed Time Tales.” 2p. v Dracula.

___ no. 2977 (Dec. 12, 1998.) “Jak.” 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 3049 (Apr. 29, 2000.) “Eddie Potter at Strange Hill School.” 2p. v Vince.

The Dandy Book. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] anth. hb. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (1987.) a. “Spooky Sports at Strange Hill School.” 2p. v Vince. b. “Strange Hill School.” 2p. v Vince.

** (1988.) “Strange Hill School.” 3p. v Vince.

** (1989.) a. “Brassneck.” 4p. v Unnamed. b. “Strange Hill School.” 3p. v Vince. c. “Beds of the Superstars.” 2p. v Vince.

** (1990.) “Strange Hill School Trip.” 8p. v Vince.

** (1991.) a. “Cuddles and Dimples Make a New Friend.” 1p. v vampire bat. b. “Freddy the Fearless Fly.” 1p. v Unnamed (pseudo-vampire.)

** (1992.) “Dinah Mo.” 3p. v Dracula.

** (1993.) “Strange Hill School.” 5p. v Vince.

** (1994.) a. “Ghastly Graveyard” (game.) 2p. v “A Vampire Zombie” & Count Dracula. b. “Strange Hill School.” 2 stories, 2p. each. v Vince.

** (1996.) “The Return of Baron Blood.” 12p. v Baron Blood.

Dandy Comic Library. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] anth. Pocket format.

** no. 64 (1985.) “Halloween Horrors.” 62p. v Count Dracula.

The Dandy Summer Special. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] anth. mag.

The Dandy Summer Special reprints stories from The Dandy, including “Strange Hill School,” that includes Vince, a vampire, as a continuing character. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (1987.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

___ (1989.) “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

** (1992.) “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek.

** (1993.) a. “Hyde and Shriek.” 2p. v Mr. Shriek. b. “Strange Hill School.” 1p. v Vince.

Continuing series.

Daredevil. Marvel.

** no. 65 (June 1970.) “The Killing of Brother Brimstone” by Roy Thomas & Gene Colan. 20p. v Brother Brimstone (based on Barnabas Collins.)

** no. 66 (July 1970.) “. . .And One Cried Murder!” 20p.

** no. 118 (Feb. 1975.) “Circus Spelled Sideway is Death!” by Gerry Conway & Don Heck. 19p. v giant vampire bats (controlled by Blackwing.)

** no. 122 (June 1975.) “Hydra-And-Seek” by Tony Isabella & Bob Brown. 18p. v giant vampire bats (controlled by Blackwing.)

** no. 319 (Aug. 1993.) Fall from Grace. Prologue. “Temptation” by D. G. Chichester & Scott McDaniel. 24p. v Morbius.

** no. 320 (Sep. 1993.) Fall from Grace, part 1. 23p.

** no. 321 (Oct. 1993.) Fall from Grace, part 2. “Transgression.” 22p.

** no. 322 (Nov. 1993.) Fall from Grace, part 3. “Confrontation.” 23p.

** no. 323 (Dec. 1993.) Fall from Grace, part 4. “Conflict.” 23p.

** no. 324 (Jan. 1994.) Fall from Grace, part 5. « Descent. » 22p. v Morbius.

** no. 325 (Feb. 1994.) Fall from Grace, part 6. “Salvation for the Damned!” 39p. v Morbius.

Note: “Fall from Grace” was collected as a tpb. Daredevil: Fall from Grace (1994.)

Daredevil: Fall from Grace. Marvel. tpb. rpt. tpb.

** (1994.) By D. G. Chichester & Scott McDaniel. 200p. v Morbius. Includes issues #319-325 of Daredevil.

Daring Mystery Comics. Timely Publications. Pre-code.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1940.) “Mr. E” by Joe Cal Cagno & Al Serreno. 10p. v “the Vampire” (in fact, a human criminal.) c. Mr. E.

Note: Sequel announced, but never published in Daring Mystery Comics.

Dark Comics. Imperial Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (1987.) Part 1 “Dark Comics” by James Barnes & John Bridges. 29p. v Shia Chima, Queen of the Fox Spirits (a shapeshifter who is also a blood-drinker) and her minions, some of which are blood-drinking demons.

Dark Fantasies. Dark Fantasy Productions. b&w.&red. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1993.) a. “Apple Carnival” by Chris Powers. 3p. v Unnamed. b. Part 1 (of 2.) “Betrayal” by Mario Russomarro & B. Keaton. 14p. v Lister. c. Part 1, Third Generation. “Same Time, Same Place” by Bill Rieger & Rick Rieger. 11p. v Alexander. Cover: Joseph Linsner.

** no. 1a Alternate cover: Joseph Linsner.

** no. 2 (1994.) a. Part 2. “Betrayal” 11p. b. Part 2. “Third Generation” by Bill Rieger & Rick Rieger. 14p. v Jason. c. “The Unnatural Selection” by Tim Allen & Trev Utz and Eric Olive. 12p. v Unnamed. Cover: Kevin J. Taylor.

** no. 3 (1994.) a. “The Centerpiece” by Trevlin Utz. 12p. v Donna Mia. b. “... Something Better” by Erik Robson & John Sutton. 12p. v Unnamed. c. Part 3. Third Generation. “Invitations.” 13p. v Jason and Darren McCullen. Cover: James O. Barr.

** no. 3a Nude foil cover: Steve Woron.

___ no. 4 (1994.) a. “Ashe and the Lord of Bats” by Eric Olive Grimm & Trevlin Utz Grimm. 10p. v The Lord of Bats. b. “Swept Away” by Trevlin Utz & Eric Olive. 14p. v Donna Mia. c. Part 4. Third Generation. “Motivations.” 14p. Cover: Steve Woron.

** no. 4a Alternate cover.

** no. 5 (1995.) a. “Beasts of a Feather” by Trevlin Utz & Eric Olive. 15p. v Donna Mia. b. “The Entrapment” by Stefan Jackson & Israel Muniz. 11p. c. Part 5. Third Generation. “A Blast from the Past” by Bill Rieger & Rick Rieger. 16p. v Jason. Cover: Trevlin Utz.

** no. 5a Red foil edition.

** no. 6 (1995.) a. “Destiny Angel” by Mario Russo & Ben Fogletto. 19p. v Destina Angelica. b. “Midnight Ride” by Trevlin Utz & Eric Olive. 15p. v Donna Mia. c. “Serenity Burns” by Kurt Brugel. 12p. v Unnamed psychic vampire. Cover: Trevlin Utz.

** no. 6a Red foil edition.

** no. 7 (1996.) a. “In the Wind” by Eric Olive & Juan Alcantara and Scott Goodell. 9p. v Unnamed. b. “Waiting for God” by Mario Russo and Allen Cobarly & Ben Fogletto. 22p. v Lucy. c. “The Waken” by Ron Recio and Rick Rieger. 12p. v Unnamed. Cover: Doug Alexander.

** no. 7a Crimson edition.

** no. 0 (1996.) a. “In the Wind” by Eric Olive & Juan Alcantara. 10p. v Unnamed. b “Seeds” by Allen Coberly & Ben Fogletto. 12p. v Destiny Angel. Cover “A:” Trevlin Utz.

** no. 0a Cover “B:” Ben Fogletto.

** no. 0b Cover “C:” Tony Lutz photo.

** no. 0c Cover “D:” Trevlin Utz

** no. 8 (1998.) a. “The Bonds of Faith” by Fara Moore & Israel Muniz and Scott Goodell. 11p. v Unnamed. b. “Noches de Tiniblas” by Philippe Von Zimmerman & John Sutton. 11p. v Unnamed. Cover: Richard Pollard.

** no. 8a Blue foil edition. Cover: Richard Pollard

___ no. 8b Red foil edition. Cover: Richard Pollard

** no. 9 & 10 Preview Ashcan edition. (Sum. 1997.) Cover: Ben Fogletto and Tony Gagnon. Back cover: Tony Luke.

Dark Fantasies Mid-Summer’s Eve Special. Dark Fantasy Productions. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (1994.) Portfolio by various artists. 32p. Cover: Ben Fogletto and Eric Olive.

Dark Horse Extra. Dark Horse. Promotional tabloid.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1988.) Centerfold with Buffy poster.

** no. 11 (May 1999.) Part 1. “Playing with Fire” by Christopher Golden & Hector Gomez. 1p. c. Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

** no. 12 (June 1999.) Part 2. “Playing with Fire” by Christopher Golden & Hector Gomez. 1p.

** no. 13 (July 1999.) Part 3. “Playing with Fire” by Christopher Golden & Hector Gomez. 1p.

** no. 14 (Aug. 1999.) a. Part 1. “Hellboy: The Vârcolac” by Mike Mignola. 1p. v Countess Ilona Kákosy, the Vârcolac, and others [rpt. redrawn in Hellboy: The Right Hand of Doom (2000.)] b. Part 4. “Playing with Fire” by Christopher Golden & Hector Gomez. 1p.

** no. 15 (Sep. 1999.) a. Part 2. “Hellboy: The Vârcolac” by Mike Mignola. 1p. [rpt. redrawn in Hellboy: The Right Hand of Doom (2000.)] b. Part 5. “Playing with Fire” by Christopher Golden & Hector Gomez. 1p.

** no. 16 (Oct. 1999.) a. Part 3. “Hellboy: The Vârcolac” by Mike Mignola. 1p. [rpt. redrawn in Hellboy: The Right Hand of Doom (2000.)] b. Part 6. “Playing with Fire” by Christopher Golden & Hector Gomez. 1p.

** no. 17 (Nov. 1999.) Part 4. “Hellboy: The Vârcolac” by Mike Mignola. 1p. [rpt. redrawn in Hellboy: The Right Hand of Doom (2000.)]

** no. 18 (Dec. 1999.) Part 5. “Hellboy: The Vârcolac” by Mike Mignola. 1p. [rpt. redrawn in Hellboy: The Right Hand of Doom (2000.)]

** no. 19 (Jan. 2000.) Part 6. “Hellboy: The Vârcolac” by Mike Mignola. 1p. [rpt. redrawn in Hellboy: The Right Hand of Doom (2000.)]

** no. 25 (July 2000.) Part 1. “Angel” by Scott Allie & Eric Powell. 1p.

** no. 26 (Aug. 2000.) Part 2. “Angel.” 1p.

** no. 27 (Sep. 2000.) Part 3. “Angel.” 1p.

** no. 28 (Oct. 2000.) Part 4. “Angel.” 1p.

Dark Horse Presents. Dark Horse. b&w. anth.

** no. 2 (1986.) “Cortege” by J. M. DeMatteis and Mark Badger. 9p. v Max [rpt. in The Best of Dark Horse Presents #1 (1989.)]

** no. 14 (Jan. 1988.) “His World: A Mr. Monster Adventure” by Michael T. Gilbert. 10p. v various [rpt. in The Best of Dark Horse Presents #1 (1989;) Mr. Monster: His Book of Forbidden Knowledge #0 (2002.)]

** no. 141 (Mar. 1999.) a. “Cursed” by Christopher Golden & Hector Gomez. 8p. v Angel, Darla, Dorian [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)] b. “Dead Love” by Andi Watson & David Perrin. 8p. v Angel [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)] c. “Hello, Moon” by Daniel Brereton and Christopher Golden & Joe Bennett. 8p. v Angel. c. Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Cover: Joe Bennett [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 4 (2008.)]

** no. 150 (Jan. 2000.) “Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Killing Time” by Doug Petrie & Cliff Richards. 8p. c. Ragginor. Cover says “DHP 2K.” Cover: Randy Green [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Pale Reflections (2000;) Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 5 (2008.)]

** no. 153 (Apr. 2000.) Part 1. “Lovely Dark & Deep” by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Brian Horton and Paul Lee. 8p. v Angel. c. spirits of the woods. Cover: Brian Horton.

** no. 154 (May 2000.) Part 2. “Lovely Dark & Deep” by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Brian Horton and Paul Lee. 8p. v Angel. Cover: Brian Horton.

** no. 155 (June 2000.) Part 3. “Lovely, Dark & Deep” by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski & Brian Horton and Paul Lee. 8p. v Angel. Cover: Brian Horton.

Dark Horse Presents Annual 1998. Dark Horse. b&w.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1998.) “MacGuffins” by J. L. Van Meter & Luke Ross. 10p. c. Buffy the Vampire Slayer. First appearance of Buffy [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Remaining Sunlight (1999;) Buffy the Vanpire Slayer Omnibus# 2 (2007.)]

Dark Horse Presents Annual 2000. Dark Horse. b&w.

** no. 1 (June 2000.) “Take Back the Night” by Tom Fassbender and Jim Pascoe & Cliff Richards. 12p. [rpt. in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus vol. 5 (2008.)]

Dark Lust. Death Comics. b&w. Large format. Adult.

** [n.d. (1999?)] a. “Until Dawn.” Illustrated text. 4p. b. “Vampire Fantasies.” Illustrated text. 15p. v various. c. “Vampire Lust.” 1p. Illustrated text.

Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love. DC.

** no. 3 (Jan./Feb. 1972.) “Kiss of Death” by Joe Oleck & Don Heck. 38p. v Mara, a pseudo-vampire.

Note: Series continued as Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion from #5.

Dark Mysteries. Merit Publications. (Story.) Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 1 (June/July 1951.) “The Nameless Terror of Twin Dunes.” 7p. v Mrs. Marvin.

** no. 2 (Aug./Sep. 1951.) “Vampire Fangs” by Goldfarb Baer. 7p. v Lawrence Orloff, Susan Colins. Cover says: “Vampire Fangs of Doom.”

** no. 5 (Feb./Mar. 1952.) “The Strange Affair with… Death.” 7p. v Bobo. Cover says: “Vampires Curse.”

** no. 7 (July 1952.) Note: The story “The Vampire Corpse” is advertised on the cover, but is not included.

** no. 11 (Apr. 1953.) “A Vampire is Born.” 7p. v Mary Gregor.

** no. 15 (Dec. 1953.) “The Vampire with the Iron Teeth.” 6p. v Babette, Duchess Ailine.Cover says: “Terror of the Vampire’s Teeth.”

** no. 16 (Feb. 1954.) “Terror Needs a Stage” by Hy Fleischman. 7p. v Lydia (pseudo-vampire; mistakenly thought to be  a vampire and killed, while the real vampire is the monkey, Rimi.)

** no. 17 (Apr. 1954.) “Lady with the Mask of Death” by Anon. & Hy Fleishman. 7p. v Eva Karoli, Yvette.

** no. 19 (Aug. 1954.) “Snow Madness” by John D’Agostino. 6p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Tales Too Terrible to Tell #5 (1992.)]

** no. 20 (Oct. 1954.) “The Living Dead” by John D’Agostino. 6p. v Dr. Klaus Blau, a Nazi doctor drains blood from victims (transforming them into blood-lusting zombies) in order to give it to wounded soldiers.

Dark Shadows. Gold Key. First series. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1969.) “The Vampire’s Prey.” Series artist, Joe Certa. 32p. v Barnabas Collins. Includes Dark Shadows poster.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1969.) “The Fires of Darkness” by Joe Certa. 26p.

** no. 3 (Nov. 1969.) “Return for Revenge.” 32p. Includes Barnabas Collins Poster.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1970.) “The Man Who Would not Die.” 26p.

** no. 5 (May 1970.) “The Curse of Collins Isle.” 26p.

** no. 6 (Aug. 1970.) “Awake to Evil.” 26p.

** no. 7 (Nov. 1970.) “Wings of Fear.” 26p.

** no. 8 (Feb. 1971.) “The Vampire Trap.” 26p.

** no. 9 (May 1971.) “Creatures in Torment.” 25p.

** no. 10 (Aug. 1971.) “Souls in Bondage.” 25p.

** no. 11 (Nov. 1971.) “The Thirteenth Star.” 25p.

** no. 12 (Feb. 1972.) “The Glove.” 25p. [rpt. in Dark Shadows (mini-comic) #1 (1974.)]

** no. 13 (Apr. 1972.) “Hellfire.” 25p.

** no. 13a Canadian edition (price indicated as 20 cents rather than 15 cents.)

** no. 14 (June 1972.) “The Mystic Painting.” 25p.

** no. 14a Canadian edition (price indicated as 20 cents rather than 15 cents.)

** no. 15 (Aug. 1972.) “The Night Children.” 25p.

** no. 15a Canadian edition (price indicated as 20 cents rather than 15 cents.)

** no. 16 (Oct. 1972.) “The Scarab.” 25p.

** no. 16a Canadian edition (price indicated as 20 cents rather than 15 cents.)

** no. 17 (Dec. 1972.) “The Bride of Barnabas Collins.” 25p.

** no. 17a Canadian edition (price indicated as 20 cents rather than 15 cents.)

** no. 18 (Feb. 1973.) “Guest in the House.” 25p.

** no. 18a Canadian edition (price indicated as 20 cents rather than 15 cents.)

** no. 19 (Apr. 1973.) “Island of Eternal Life.” 25p.

** no. 19a Canadian edition (price indicated as 20 cents rather than 15 cents.)

** no. 20 (June 1973.) “Quentin the Vampire.” 25p.

** no. 21 (Aug. 1973.) “The Crimson Carnival.” 25p.

** no. 22 (Oct. 1973.) “Seed of Evil.” 22p.

** no. 23 (Dec. 1973.) “The Cult of the Dasni.” 25p.

** no. 24 (Feb. 1974.) “On Borrowed Blood.” 25p.

** no. 25 (Apr. 1974.) “The Immortal!” 25p.

** no. 26 (June 1974.) “The Witch Dolls.” 25p.

** no. 27 (Aug. 1974.) “My Blood or Yours.” 25p.

** no. 28 (Oct. 1974.) “The Visitor.” 25p.

** no. 29 (Dec. 1974.) “Stolen Centuries.” 25p.

** no. 30 (Feb. 1975.) “The Weekend Witch Hunters.” 25p.

** no. 31 (Apr. 1975.) “The Doom of Helgi Kolnisson.” 25p.

** no. 32 (June 1975.) “The Secret of the Light-House.” 25p.

** no. 33 (Aug. 1975.) “King of the Wolves.” 25p.

** no. 34 (Nov. 1975.) “Collinwood Possessed.” 25p.

** no. 35 (Feb. 1976.) “The Missing Manuscripts.” 23p.

Dark Shadows. Whitman.

** no. 21 (Aug. 1973.) “The Crimson Carnival.” 25p.

** no. 22 (Oct. 1973.) “Seed of Evil.” 22p.

** no. 25 (Apr. 1974.) “The Immortal!” 25p.

___ no. 26 (June 1974.) “The Witch Dolls.” 25p.

** no. 27 (Aug. 1974.) “My Blood or Yours.” 25p.

** no. 28 (Oct. 1974.) “The Visitor.” 25p.

___ no. 29 (Dec. 1974.) “Stolen Centuries.” 25p.

** no. 30 (Feb. 1975.) “The Weekend Witch Hunters.” 25p.

___ no. 31 (Apr. 1975.) “The Doom of Helgi Kolnisson.” 25p.

___ no. 32 (June 1975.) “The Secret of the Light-House.” 25p.

** no. 33 (Aug. 1975.) “King of the Wolves.” 25p.

** no. 34 (Nov. 1975.) “Collinwood Possessed.” 25p.

** no. 35 (Feb. 1976.) “The Missing Manuscripts.” 23p.

Dark Shadows. Innovation. Second series. Television tie-in.

** Book 1, #1 (1992.) By David Campiti and Scott Rockwell & E. Silas Smith. 24p. v Barnabas Collins. Cover: E. Silas Smith.

** no. 1a Gold edition.

** Book 1, #2 (1992.) 24p.

** Book 1, #3 (1992.) 24p.

** Book 1, #4 (1992.) 24p.

** Book 2, no. 1 (1993.) By Maggie Thompson & José Pimentel. 24p. Cover: Hector Gomez.

** Book 2, no. 2 (1993.) 24p.

** Book 2, no. 3 (1993.) 24p.

** Book 2, no. 4 (1993.) 24p.

** Book 3, no. 1 (1993.) By Scott Rockwell & Felipe Echevaria. 24p. v Barnabas Collins. Cover: Hector Gomez.

Notes: Nine issues were released before Innovation ceased publishing in Jan. 1994. This series was based upon and continued the storyline of the short-lived 1990 television show.

Dark Shadows. Western Pub. Co. Mini-comic giveaway. Oblong format 6”x3.”

** no. 1 (1974.) “The Glove” by Joe Certa. 22p. [Dark Shadows #12 (1972).]

Dark Shadows. Rosnock Publications [Australia.] b&w.

** n.n. (n.d.) “The Fires of Darkness” by Joe Certa. 24p. [Dark Shadows (Gold Key) #2 (1969.)]

** n.n. (n.d.) “Return for Revenge.” 24p. [Dark Shadows (Gold Key) #3 (1969.)]

Dark Shadows Story Digest Magazine. Gold Key. Digest. Black, green & purple.

­­** no. 1 (June 1970.) “Interrupted Voyage” by C. J. Arneson & Joe Certa. 144p. v Barnabas Collins. Illustrated Story Digest.

Dark Shadows: The Comic Strip Book. Pomegranate Press. tpb. anth.

** (1996.) By Kenneth Bruce Bald. 151p. v Barnabas Collins.

Dark Tarot. Bloodfire Studios. b&w.

** Preview (1998.) By Dennis Greenhill & Lee Kohse. 11p. v Unnamed.

** no. 1 (1999.) 19p. Limited to 1,000 copies.

** no. 2 (2000.) 20p. Limited to 1,000 copies.

Continuing series.

Dark Tyrants. White Wolf. 254 p. tpb. Edited by Justin Achilli & Robert Hatch. Contents: 13 stories, including 1 b&w. graphic.

** (1997.) “A Fool’s Embrace” by Guy Davis & Vince Locke. 24 p. v various Malvakian vampires from White Wolf’s “Vampire: The Dark Ages” Series.

  Note: Omitted from the abridged, paperback edition of 1999.

Dark Utopia. Broken Halos.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1997.) 28p. Portfolio by Tim Vigil.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1997.) 28p. Portfolio by Tim Vigil.

** no. 3 (Aug. 1998.) 36p. Portfolio by Tim Vigil.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1998.) 34p. Portfolio by Tim Vigil.

** no. 5 (Aug. 1999.) 36p. Portfolio by Tim Vigil.

** no. 6 (Feb. 2000.) 36p. Portfolio by Tim Vigil.

Continuing series.

Dark Visions. Pyramid Comics.

** no. 1 (1986.) a. “Dirty Needles” by Brad Moore. 5p. v Unnamed. b. “The Nightstalkers” by Tim Tyler & Dave Curl. 11p. v Unnamed.

Dark World. Millennium Publications.

** no. 1 (1995.) Poetry by Kim Elizabeth with portfolio of art by Daerick Gross et al. 32p. v various. Cover: Leilah Wendell.

Darkebrood: A Gallery Girls Collection. SQP Inc. tpb. Large Format.

** no. 1 (1998.) Portfolio by various artists. 64p. v various Unnamed Cover: DeMiguel.

Darkewood. Aircel Publications.

** no. 1 (1987.) By Gordon Derry & Adrian Kleinbergen. 24p. v the Drakulords (psychic vampires, who may also feed on blood by possessing humans and turning them temporarily into vampires.)

** no. 2 (1987.) 24p.

** no. 3 (1988.) 24p.

** no. 4 (1988.) 24p.

** no. 5 [1988 (indicia only say ©1987).] 24p.

Darkhold: Pages from the Book of Sins. Marvel. The list of Australian editions is not complete.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1992.) Rise of the Midnight Sons, part 4. “Black Letter” by Christian Cooper & Richard Case. 38p. Polybagged. v Lilith. c. Vicki Montesi, Professor Hastings. Cover: Richard Case. Polybagged with poster.

** no. 1a Australian edition. Dated “January [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 4.10 AUS.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1992.) “For God and Country” by Christian Cooper & Tony Harris. 22p. c. Modred.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1992.) “No Place Like It on Earth.” 23p. c. Scarlet Witch.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1993.) “Cry n’Gara!” by Christian Cooper & Norman Felchle. 22p.

** no. 5 (Feb. 1993.) “The Living Dead” by Christian Cooper & Richard Case and Al Bagley. 22p. c. Ghost Rider, Dr. Strange, Punisher. Cover: Richard Case.

** no. 6 (Mar. 1993.) “Dual.” 22p. Cover: Richard Case.

** no. 6a Australian edition. Dated “June [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 7 (Apr. 1993.) “Day of Infamy” by Christian Cooper & Rurik Tyler. 22p. Cover Rurik Tyler & Bud Larosa.

** no. 8 (May 1993.) Part 1. Betrayal. “Wish Fulfillment.” 22p. c. Diabolique. Cover: Rurik Tyler & Bud Larosa.

** no. 9 (June 1993.) Part 2. Betrayal. “Family Matters.” 23p. Cover: Rurik Tyler & Bud Larosa.

** no. 10 (July 1993.) Part 3. Betrayal. “Moment of Truth.” 23p. Cover: Rurik Tyler & Dave Stevens.

** no. 11 (Aug. 1993.) “Doomsday” (Midnight Massacre.) 23p. Cover: Rurik Tyler & Bob Downs.

** no. 12 (Sep. 1993.) “For Want of a Soul.” 22p. Cover: Rurik Tyler & Bob Downs.

** no. 13 (Oct. 1993.) “Stalker in the House” by Christian Cooper & Rurik Tyler. 22p. Cover: Rurik Tyler & Malcolm Jones III.

** no. 14 (Nov. 1993.) “Revelations.” 23p. Cover: Rurik Tyler & Malcolm Jones III.

** no. 15 (Dec. 1993.) Siege of Darkness, part 4. “Requiem” by Chris Cooper & Phil Felix. 22p. Cover: Rurik Tyler & Albrecht.

** no. 16 (Jan. 1994.) Siege of Darkness, part 12. “Devil in Disguise” by Chris Cooper & Rurik Tyler. 22p. Cover: Rurik Tyler & Malcolm Jones II.

Note: Darkhold was created as part of the “Midnight Sons” segment of the Marvel Universe. During its life, it was included in three Midnight Sons crossover series that includes vampires Morbius and Hannibal King and vampire hunter Blade.

Darkseed and Other Defamations. Boneyard Press. b&w. Horror anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1993.) By Andrew Wahl and Scott Stine. 32p. v Zyk’k’kly Maax.

Darque Passages. Valiant.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1994.) By Seaborn Adamson, Kathryn Bolinger, Winston Blakely and Bernard Chang. 8p. Illustrated text. v Alexandre Darque.

Darque Passages. Acclaim.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1998 [sic]) “The Music of the Hours.” 27p. Series by Christina Z & Leonardo Manco. v Alexandre Darque, a psychic vampire feeding on souls.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1998) “Worship” 27p.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1998.) “The Road to Shadow” 22p.

** no. 4 (Mar. 1998.) “The End is Beginning” 22p.

Daughters of Darkness. SQP, Inc. tpb. Oversize format.

** no. 1 (1996.) Portfolio by various artists. 64p. Cover: Blas Gallego.

** no. 2 (1998.) Portfolio by various artists. 64p. Cover: Alex Horley.

Day Brothers Present. Caliber. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (May 1990.) “A Grave Mistake” by Kevin McConnell & David Day. 5p. v William Seth [Shadows from the Grave #1 (1987.)]

DC Comics Presents. DC.

** no. 35 (July 1981.) “The Metamorphosis Machine” by Martin Pasko & Curt Swan. 17p. v Man-Bat. c. Superman. Cover: Ross Andru & Dick Giordano.

** no. 38 (Oct. 1981.) “From the First 36 Issues… DC Comics Presents Superman and His Co-Stars!” by George Perez. Centerfold poster. 2p. v Morbius.

** no. 53 (Jan. 1983.) “The Haunting Doom of Halloween!” by Dan Mishkin & Curt Swan. 13p. v Unnamed. c. Superman. Cover: Ross Andru & Joe Orlando.

** no. 53a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents only.

** no. 55 (Mar. 1983.) “The Parasite’s Power Ploys!” by Bob Rozakis & Alex Saviuk. 23p. v The Parasite. w Superman, Air Wave.

** no. 55a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents only.

** no. 55b Error edition. Month (“Mar.”) not indicated after “no. 55.”

DC 100-Page Super-Spectacular. DC.

** no. 14 (Feb. 1973.) Part 1 + Part 2 “Batman” by Gardner Fox & Bob Kane. 20p. v Dala, The Monk [Detective Comics #31-32 (1939.)]

DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest. DC. Digest. rpt. anth.

** no. 6 (Feb. 1980.) “The Most Fearful Villain of the Supernatural” by Geo. Kashdan & Lee Elias and Adrienne Roy. 6p. v various. c. Bram Stoker [Ghosts #50 (1976.)]

** no. 24 (Aug. 1982.) “Tomorrow I Hang” by E. Nelson Bridwell & Jim Aparo. 5p. v Viola [House of Mystery #209 (1972.)]

Dead Boys. London Night Studios. b&w. Adult.

___ Ashcan (1993.) 20p.

** no. 1 (1993.) Everette Hartsoe & James McDonald Daly. 42p. v various. Cover: James O’Barr.

** no. 1a.

___ no. 1b.

** no. 2 (1993.) 20p.

___ no. 2a. Gold edition.

** Vol. 2, no. 1 (Sep. 1996.) 19p.

___ no. 1a. Platinum edition.

Dead Chicks in Lace. FantaCo. b&w.

** no. 1 (1996.) Portfolio by various artists. 16p. Cover: Ken Jones.

Dead Grrrl: Dead at 21. Boneyard Press. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1998.) By Julia Tillman & Dan Plegel. 23p. v Unnamed. Cover: Kirk Van Wormer.

** no. 1a. Adult cover edition.

Dead in the West. Dark Horse. b&w.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1993.) “Dead in the West” by Neal Barrett, Jr. & Jack Jackson et al. 48p. Cover: Timothy Truman.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1994.) 48p.

Note: Adaptation of Joe R. Lansdale, Dead in the West. New York: Space & Time, 1986.

Dead Mens’ [sic] Tales. Gredown [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d.) “Read the Signs.” 5p. v Unnamed [Creepy Things #1 (1975.)] Vampire bat on cover.

Dead of Night. Marvel. rpt. anth.

** no. 5 (Aug. 1974.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 8 (Feb. 1975.) “Alone in the Dark” by Stan Lee & Fred Kida. 7p. v The Dugans [Suspense #16 (1952.)]

Deadbeats. Claypool Comics. b&w. Vampire series.

** no. 1 (June 1993.) “First Blood.” Series by Richard Howell. 22p. v Deadbeats (Southie [Michael Evan Southland], Coleen, Dodger, Martine, Mickey.)

** no. 2 (July 1993.) “They All Laughed!” 20p.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1993.) “Pawn.” 23p.

** no. 4 (Oct. 1993.) “Love and Death!” 23p.

** no. 5 (Sep. 1994.) “River of No Return” 26p. v King Hermano, Master of all Vampires.

** no. 6 (Mar. 1994.) “Pure as Hell” 25p. v Brittany Bove.

** no. 7 (June 1994.) “Answers” 26p.

** no. 8 (Aug. 1994.) “The Experiment.” 25p.

** no. 9 (Nov. 1994.) “Wicked Game.” 27p.

** no. 10 (Jan. 1995.) “The Worst Happens.” 27p.

** no. 11 (Mar. 1995.) “Mason Collier is Gone!” 27p.

** no. 12 (May 1995.) “Nocturnes!” 27p.

** no. 13 (July 1995.) “The Demi-Monde.” 27p.

** no. 14 (Sep. 1995.) “New Ways to Dream.” 28p.

** no. 15 (Nov. 1995.) “Cry of the Undead Orpheus.” 27p.

** no. 16 (Jan. 1996.) “The Horse You Ride in On.” 27p.

** no. 17 (Mar. 1996.) “Ripple Effects.” 27p.

** no. 18 (May 1996.) “Sons and Brothers.” 27p. v Mason Collier.

** no. 19 (July 1996.) “Love Among the Ruins.” 25p.

** no. 20 (Sep. 1996.) “Rampage!” 24p. v Joshua Chase.

** no. 21 (Nov. 1996.) “Out from God and Bliss. . . “ 22p.

** no. 22 (Jan. 1997.) “Don’t Go There.” 26p.

** no. 23 (Mar. 1997.) “Riding’ on the Rim.” 25p.

** no. 24 (May 1997.) “Snap, Crackle, and . . . Daf!” 25p. v Buck Hardy, Jr.

** no. 25 (July 1997.) “All Soul’s Day.” 25p. c. soulsnatcher.

** no. 26 (Sep. 1997.) “The Southland Family Saga.” 24p.

** no. 27 (Nov. 1977.) “Misery Loves Butchery!” 24p. v Christine Robbins.

** no. 28 (Jan. 1998.) “Burying Dodger!” 23p.

** no. 29 (Mar. 1998.) “The Old Atrocity Shop.” 24p.

** no. 30 (May 1998.) “Dracula’s Torture Chamber.” 24p. v Dracula.

** no. 31 (July 1998.) “Danger Glowers!” 23p.

** no. 32 (Sep. 1998.) “Upon Reflection.” 24p. v Erik Powell.

** no. 33 (Dec. 1998.) “Quiet Night!” 23p.

** no. 34 (Feb. 1999.) “The Hills are Undead.” 24p.

** no. 35 (Apr. 1999.) “The Deadbeats of Danger Street.” 22p.

** no. 36 (June 1996.) “By His Majesty’s Request.” 23p.

** no. 37 (Aug. 1999.) “Carnival of Goals.” 23p.

** no. 38 (Oct. 1999.) “Hallowed Ground.” 23p. v Nico Delgado.

** no. 39 (Dec. 1999.) “Cliff Hanger!” 24p. v Caffrey Bowman.

** no. 40 (Feb. 2000.) “Yearnings!” 24p.

** no. 41 (Apr. 2000.) “Guys’ Night Out.” 24p.

** no. 42 (June 2000.) “Dark Dealings!” 24p.

** no. 43 (Aug. 2000.) “Dodging the Bullett!” 24p. v Kip Wells.

** no. 44 (Oct. 2000.) “A Matter of Faith!” 24p.

** no. 45 (Dec. 2000.) “The Wolf Got My Feet!” 24p.

Continuing series. Issues 1-6 and 7-12 rpt. in the two tpb. Deadbeats (1999; 2000.)

Deadbeats. Claypool. b&w. rpt. anth. tpb.

** no. 1 (1999.) “New in Town” by Richard Howell. 159p. Includes issues 1-6 of Deadbeats (1993-94.)

** no. 2 (2000.) “Learning the Game” by Richard Howell. 169p. Includes issues 7-12 of Deadbeats (1994-95.)

Dead-Pool. Marvel Comics.

** no. 6 (June 1997.) a. “Everything You Need to Know” 3p. Pre-quel. v The Vamp (cameo.) b. “Man, Check Out the Head on that Chick!” 21p. v The Vamp.

Deadpool #0. Marvel-Wizard. Giveaway.

** no. 0 (1998.) “You Only Die Twice” by Joe Kelly & Yancey Labat. 12p. v Vamp-Animus.

Deadly Nights. Hungry Man Press. b&w.

** no. 1 (1996.) By Jose M. Rivera. 24p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2 (1996.) 24p.

Deadtime Stories. New Comics Group. b&w. Horror anth.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1987.) “Dracula’s Daughter.” 1p. Drawing. Cover: Stephen Bissette.

Death Dreams of Dracula. Apple Press. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1991.) a. “Death Dreams of Dracula, no. 1” by Rickey Shanklin & Brad Vancata. 8p. v Dracula. b. “Have You Seen Me?” by Rickey Shanklin & Art Guanlao. 8p. v Dracula. c. “Thunk! Slash!” by Rickey Shanklin & Mark Wheatley. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Brad Vancatta, Damon Willis, & Mark Wheatley.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1991.) a. “Death Dreams of Dracula, no. 2” by Rickey Shanklin & Keithan Jones. 8p. v Dracula. b. “Death Dreams of Dracula, no. 3” by Rickey Shanklin & Evan Thomas and Ernie Guanlao. 8p. v Dracula. c. “Nosferatu.” 2p. v Count Orlock. Cover: Mark Wheatley.

** no. 3 (Nov. 1991.) a. “Death Dreams of Dracula, no. 4” by Rickey Shanklin & Brian Thomas and Dave Simmons. 8p. v Dracula. b. “Suckerman” by Rickey Shanklin & Chas Breslin and Mark Wheatley. 8p. v Diamondman. Note: Erratum: inside cover says: #2. Cover: Bernie Wrightson.

** no. 4 (Mar. 1992.) “Portfolio of Dracula” by various. 7p. Art. v Dracula. Cover: Bruce Patterson & Mark Wheatley.

The Death of Lady Vampré. Black Out Comics.

** no. 1 (1995.) By Bruce Schoengood & Dave Gutierrez. 24p. v Lady Vampré. Flip cover by Mike Mignola and Gene Colan.

** no. 1a (1995.) Limited alternate cover by Gene Colan .

The Death of Vampirella Memorial Chromium Edition. Harris.

___ no. 1 (Feb. 1997.) Limited edition. By Tom Sniegoski and Christopher Golden & Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti. 24p. Chromium cover: Amanda Conner [as Vampirella Death and Destruction #3 (1996.)]

** no. 1a Holochromium cover: Amanda Conner.

Death Shrike. Brainstorm. b&w.

** no. 1 (July 1993.) “Sins of the Father” by Allan Jacobsen. 30p. v Robert Overstreet, the Death Shrike (a bird-man with some vampiric features.)

** no. 1a Polybagged with promo card.

Discontinued after #1.

Death Wish. Gredown [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d.) Vampire bat on cover. No vampire content.

Deathblow. Image Comics.

** no. 13 (Feb. 1995.) By Brandon Choi & Trevor Scott. 22p. v Savoy.

** no. 14 (Mar. 1995.) By Brandon Choi & Trevor Scott. 22p. v Savoy.

Deathmate. Valiant.

** Yellow (Oct. 1993.) a. “Cat and Mouse” by Jorge González & Don Perlin. 10p. v Alexandre Darque, a psychic vampire feeding on souls. b. “The Dying Game” by David Michelinie, Bob Layton & Mike Leeke. 10p. v Alexandre Darque. c. “Revelation and Recruitements” by Bob Hall & Mark Moretti. 10p. v Alexandre Darque. Cover: Mike Leeke.

** Blue (Oct. 1993.) “Supremely Darque” by Kevin VanHook & Peter Grau. 10p. v Alexandre Darque.

** Epilogue (Feb. 1994.) “Armageddon Interruptus” by Bob Layton & Marc Silvestri. 22p. v Alexandre Darque. Cover: Marc Silvestri.

The Deathsnake. Eros Comix. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1994.) By John Blackburn. 24p. v Delila.

** no. 2 ( Oct. 1994.) 24p.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1995.) 24p.

Deathstorm: Blood Brothers. Legacy of Death Productions. b&w.

** no. 1 (1995.) Story by Russell W. Evans. 30p. v Exhume.

Deathstroke: The Terminator. DC.

** no. 14 (Sep. 1992.) “Child’s Play” by Marv Wolfman & Art Nichols. 26p. v Dagon/NightRider.

** no. 15 (Oct. 1992.) “Escape from New York!” 25p.

** no. 16 (Nov. 1992.) “Terminated: the Death of Slade Wilson.” 24p.

Deathwatch. Harrier Comics [U.K.] b&w.

** no. 1 (July 1987.) a. “Comes a Time” by Art Wetherell 4p. v various. b. “Deathbringer” by Art Wetherell 5p. v Eric and others c. The Deathwatch. c. “Death’s Watch” by Art Wetherell. 2p. v various.

Deep Dimension Horror. Horror House Publications. b&w. Horror anth.

** no. 1 (n.d. [1994?]) a. “Hong Kong Horror” by Harry Lazarus. 8p. v Vampire bat. b. “Stake Out!” by Bill Black. 5p. v Barbara Doons [rpt. in Legend of Horror House #1 (2003.)]

Deepest Dimension. Revolutionary Comics. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (June 1993.) “A Toy for Juliette” by Robert Bloch & Rick Geary 16p. v Jack the Ripper. Note: With a one-page introduction by George Clayton Johnson. Adaptation of Robert Bloch’s “A Toy for Juliette.” Sequel to “Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper.”

Defenders. Marvel.

** no. 95 (May 1981.) “The Vampire Strikes Back” by J. M. DeMatteis & Don Perlin and Joe Sinnoti. 22p. v Dracula.

Deja-Vu. FantaCo. b&w. rpt. mag.

** no. 1 (1982.) “From Ghoulies and Ghosties, Long-Leggedy Beasties and Things That Go Bump in the Night, May the Good Lord Deliver Us” by Berni Wrightson. 1p (as front cover.) v Unnamed. Originally released on 1978 as a limited edition color photo print.

Delusions Requiem. Delusion Publications.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1994.) Untitled story by Cecil Dickerson & Raphael Barrington. 10p. v Unnamed.

Demon. Portman [U.K.] b&w. mag. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 1 (1978.) a. “Angie’s Soul” by Chris Claremont & Balcells. 8p. v Mr. Andriotti (also called “Androitti” in the story.) b. “Satana, the Devil’s Daughter” by Roy Thomas & John Romita. 4p. v Satana.

Demongate. Sirius. b&w.

** no. 1 (May 1996.) Series by Joseph Linsner. 24p. v Queen Ahranel and her magician Gramaldie (also spelled Grimaldy,) psychic vampires who feed on the life essence of children.

** no. 2 (June 1996.) 24p.

** no. 3 (July 1996.) 24p. “The End of the Beginning” by Steve Blevins & Bao Lin Hum.

** no. 4 (Aug. 1996) 23p. “Pirates” by Colin Chan & Bao Lin Hum.

** no. 5 (Sep. 1996.) 23p.

** no. 6 (Oct. 1996.) 24p.

** no. 7 (Dec. 1966.) 24p.

** no. 8 (Jan. 1997.) 23p. Cover: Paul Abrams.

** no. 9 (Feb. 1997.) 24p.

** no. 10 (Apr. 1997.) 20p.

Demonique. London Night Studios. b&w.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1994.) Series by Sky Owens & Michael Shustock. 29p. v Demonique.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1995.) 28p.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1995.) 26p.

** no. 4 (1995.) 25p.

Demonique. Second series. London Night Studios. b&w./color.

** no. 0 (Aug. 1996.) By Sky Owens. 21p. v Demonique.

** no. 0a Nude edition.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1996.) Cover: Everette Hartsoe.

** no. 1a Limited Nude edition.

** no. 2 (June 1997.) 22p.

** no. 2a Nude edition.

** no. 1⁄2 (Aug. 1997.) “Dying Young (and Leaving a Good-Looking Corpse!)” by Sky Owens. 16p.

** no. 1⁄2a. Nude edition.

Demonique: Angel of the Night. London Night. b&w.

** no. 1 (July 1997.) By Sky Owens. 16p.

Demons of the Mist. Double Edge. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1994.) “A Dinner with Grammy!” by Earnest A. Richburg. 9p. v Unnamed. Note: a retelling of “Little Red Ridinghood.”

Desert Peach. Aeon. b&w. Adult.

** no. 25 (June 1996.) “What I Know Are the Dark Places Beneath the Bough” by Donna Barr. 32p. v various.

Detective Comics. DC. Batman Series. Issues 31 and 32 are pre-code.

** no. 31 (Oct. 1939.) Part 1 (of 2.) “Batman versus the Vampire” by Gardner Fox & Bob Kane. 10p. v Dala and the Monk [rpt. in The Greatest Batman Stories Ever Told (1988) and The Batman Archives #1 (1990.)]

** no. 32 (Nov. 1939.) Part 2. “Batman versus the Vampire.” 10p. [rpt. in The Greatest Batman Stories Ever Told (1988) and The Batman Archives #1 (1990.)]

** no. 400 (June 1970.) “Challenge of the Man-Bat” by Frank Robbins, Neal Adams & Dick Giordano. 16p. v Man-Bat [rpt. in The Batman Family #1 (1975)]; The Super Heroes Monthly vol. 1, no. 4 (1981)]; Man-Bat #1 (1984;) Batman: Challenge of the Man-Bat (1989.)]

** no. 402 (Aug. 1970.) “Man or Bat?” by Frank Robbins, Neal Adams & Dick Giordano. 16p. [rpt. in The Super Heroes Monthly vol. 1, no. 6 (1981;) Man-Bat #1 (1984;) Batman: Challenge of the Man-Bat (1989.)]

** no. 407 (Jan. 1971.) “Marriage: Impossible” by Frank Robbins, Neal Adams & Dick Giordano. v Man-Bat. 15p. [rpt. in The Super Heroes Monthly vol. 1, no. 8 (1981;) Man-Bat #1 (1984;) Batman: Challenge of the Man-Bat (1989.)]

** no. 416 (Oct. 1971.) “Man-Bat Madness” by Frank Robbins. 17p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 429 (Nov. 1972.) “Man-Bat Over Vegas!” by Frank Robbins. 16p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 455 (Jan. 1976.) “Heart of a Vampire” by Elliot S. Maggin & Mike Grell. 12p. v Gustav DeCobra.

** no. 458 (Apr. 1976.) “Peal of the Devil-Bell” by Martin Pasko & Pablo Marcos. 6p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 459 (May 1976.) “Scream of the Gargoyle” by Martin Pasko & Pablo Marcos. 6p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 481 (Dec. 1978/Jan. 1979.) “The Whittle Snatch” by Bob Rozakis, Don Newton & David Hunt. 11p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 485 (Sep. 1979.) “Man Bat: Sst… The Super-Sonic Threat!” by Bob Rozakis, Don Newton & Frank McLaughlin. 11p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 492 (July 1980.) ”Man-Bat: ‘We Are Experiencing a Slight Delay…’” by Bob Rozakis, Romeo Tanghal & Vince Colletta. 9p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 517 (Aug. 1982.) “The Monster in the Mirror” by Gerry Conway, Paul Levitz, Gene Colan & Tony de Zuniga. 18p. v Batman [Cont. from Batman #350 (1982.)]

** no. 518 (Sep. 1982.) “The Millionaire Contract” by Gerry Conway and Paul Levitz & Don Newton and Bruce Patterson. 18p. v Batman, Dala, the Monk [Cont. from Batman #351 (1982.)]

** no. 527 (June 1983.) “Avatars of Vengeance” by Doug Moench & Dan Day. 16p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 527a Canadian edition. Price 75 cents.

** no. 588 (July 1988.) Night People, Part 2. “The Corrosive Man” by John Wagner, Alan Grant & Norm Breyfogle. 22p. v Mr. Kadaver (pseudo-vampire.)

** no. 588a. Canadian edition. Price indicated as $ 1.00 only.

** no. 589 (Aug. 1988.) Night People, Part 3. “The Burning Pit” by Alan Grant, John Wagner & Norm Breyfogle. 25p. v Mr. Kadaver.

** no. 589a. Canadian edition. Price indicated as $ 1.00 only.

** no. 592 (Nov. 1988.) Part 1 (of 2.) “The Fear” by Alan Grant, John Wagner, & Norm Breyfogle. 22p. v Ed Hunt (a psychic vampire.)

** no. 593 (Dec. 1988.) The Fear, part 2. “Diary of a Madman.” 22p.

** no. 609 (1989.) Anarky in Gotham City, Part 2. “Facts About Bats” by Alan Grant, Norm Breyfogle & Steve Mitchell. 21p. v vampire bats (cameo.)

** no. 621 (Sep. 1990.) Part 4. Rites of Passage. “Trial by Fire” by Alan Grant & Norm Breyfogle. 22p. v vampire bats.

** no. 671 (Feb. 1994.) “The Cutting Room Floor” by Chuck Dixon & Graham Nolan. 22p. v Dracula.

Devil Jack. Doom Theatre.

** no. 1 (1995.) By Tim Tyler. 32p. v Devil Jack.

** 1a Alternate cover by Tim Tyler.

** 1b Directors Remix edition (b&w.)

** 1c Virgin cover by Tim Tyler.

** no. 2 (1995.)

** no. 3 (1996.)

Devil’s Doom. Gretown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

___ (n.d. [1970s.]) “Satan’s Demon.” 6p. v Arthur Warren.

The Devil’s Triangle. Gretown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

** no. 2 (1976.) Vampire bat on cover. No other vampire content.

Devilina. Seaboard Periodicals. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** no. 2 (May 1975.) “Night Creature.” 8p. v Peter.

Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood. Mandarin Books [U.K.] rpt. tpb. Large format.

___ (1993.) By John Smith & Sean Phillips. 78p. v various.

Notes: This story was originally published as a nine-part story in Judge Dredd Megazine, vol. 2, nos. 1-9 (1992.)

Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood. SQP. rpt. tpb. Large format.

** (1993.) By John Smith & Sean Phillips. 78p. v various.

Notes: This story was originally published as a nine-part story in Judge Dredd Megazine, vol. 2, nos. 1-9 (1992.)

Dhampire Stillborn. DC. tpb.

** no. 1 (1996.) By Nancy Collins & Paul Lee. 64p. v Nicolas Gaunt.

DHP Annual 1998. See: Dark Horse Presents Annual.

Diamond Comics Digest. Diamond Comics [India.]

___ no. 45 (n.d., early 1970s) “Vampires.” by Lee Falk and Sy Barry. 30p. v vampire cult. Rpt. of syndicated daily strips published from May 7 to August 18, 1973 as “The Vampires of Koqania.”

___ n.n. (n.d.) “The Veiled Lady” by Lee Falk and Sy Barry 29p. v vampire bat. Rpt. of syndicated Sunday strips published  from October 31, 1965 to May 8, 1966.

Dimension of Doom. Gredown [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (n.d.) “The Venetian Music Box!” by Harry Lazarus. 6p. v Violetta [Forbidden Worlds #25 (1954.)]

Dinosaurs for Hire. Eternity. b&w.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1988.) Series by Tom Mason & Bryon Carson and Mike Roberts. v various, cameo to introduce story in issue no. 2.

** no. 2 (June 1988.) “Vampires and Englishmen.” 27p. v Dracula.

** no. 3 (Aug. 1988.) “Dinosaurs in Bondage.” 26p. v Dracula.

Note: Issues #1-3 reprinted in Dinosaurs for Hire: Guns ‘n Lizards, tpb. (1989.)

Dinosaurs for Hire: Guns n’ Lizards. Malibu Graphics. rpt. b&w. tpb.

** (1989.) By Tom Mason & Bryon Carson and Mike Roberts. 80p. Includes issues #1-3 of Dinosaurs for Hire (Eternity, 1988.)

Direct Currents Special. DC.

** no. 1 (1995.) “Hell Hath No Fury.” 1p. [preview of Vamps: Hollywood and Vein (1996.)]

Disgusting Comics. Quasar Publications. b&w. anth. Satire. mag.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1987.) “Vam Pire.” 8p. v Vam Pire.

Disney Adventures. Buena Vista Publishing. Small format. Satire. mag.

** vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 12, 1990.) Cover: vampire bat.

** vol. 4, no. 3 (Jan. 1994.) “Blackout” by Chris Webber, Karen Wilson & J. Massaroli. 16p. v Ratula and his minions (vampire bats.) c. Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers.

** vol. 8, no. 11 (Sep. 1998.) “Music News Update” by Chris Nieratko & Chris Jordan. 1p. v Dracula c. The Backstreet Boys.

Disobedient Daisy. Eros Comics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 3 (Apr. 1996.) By Dalia Caravaggi & Jim Cheff. 17p. v Bat King.

Ditto-Man. Key Concepts Comics. b&w. Political satire.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1994.) “Media Changing Ditto’s” by Tom Ellece. 24p. v Count Taxula (satirical vampire feeding on taxes.)

Doc Stearn. . . Mr. Monster. Eclipse Comics. First series.

** no. 3. (Oct. 1985.) “Swamp Monster” by Basil Wolverton. 6p. v bats. Cover: Steven Bissette.

Doc Stearn. . . Mr. Monster. Dark Horse Comics. b&w. Second series.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1988.) Origins Saga, part 1. “The Treero of Trezma” by Michael T. Gilbert. 25p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1988.) Origins Saga, part 2. 25p.

** no. 3 (June 1988.) Origins Saga, part 3. 17p.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1988.) Origins Saga, part 4. 19p.

** no. 5 (Mar. 1989.) Origins Saga, part 5. ”Brothers! This Can Not Go On!” 22p.

** no. 6 (Oct. 1989.) Origins Saga, part 6. 22p. Erratum: Indicia says: “no. 5.”

** no. 7 (Apr. 1990.) Origins Saga, part 7. “Jim’s Story!” 25p.

** no. 8 (1991.) Origins Saga, part 8. “The Death of Mr. Monster.” 49p.

Note: Series collected into tpb., Mr. Monster Origins (1996.)

D.P.7. Marvel.

** no. 15 (Jan. 1988.) “Hunger” by Mark Gruenwald & Paul Ryan. 19p. v Dracula (cameo, on TV.) Dracula doll on cover.

Dr. Fate. DC.

** no. 1 (Wint. 1988.) Advertisement featuring Andrew Bennett of “I. . . Vampire.”

** no. 2 (Dec. 1988.) The Night of Brahma, part 1 (of 5.) “Sunset” by J. M. DeMatteis & Shawn McManus. 24p. v Andrew Bennett.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1989.) The Night of Brahma, part 2. “Twilight.” 24p.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1989.) The Night of Brahma. Part 3. “Nightfall.” 24p.

** no. 5 (Apr. 1989.) The Night of Brahma. Part 4. “Midnight.” 24p.

** no. 6 (May 1989.) The Night of Brahma. Part 5. “Sunrise.” 24p.

Dr. Strange (Master of the Mystic Arts.) Marvel.

** no. 14 (May 1976.) “The Tomb of Dr. Strange!” by Steve Englehart & Gene Colan et al. 17p. v Dracula [rpt. in Super Spider-Man with the Super-Heroes #185 (1976,) Dr. Strange vs. Dracula (1994,) and in Doctor Strange versus Dracula: The Montesi Formula (2006.)]

___ no. 14a 30-cent variant cover.

___ no. 14b British edition.

** no. 14c Mark Jewelers variant promo edition. Includes 4 pages promoting Mark Jewelers products.

** no. 58 (Apr. 1983.) “At Loose Ends” by Roger Stern & Dan Green et al. 22p. v Dracula [rpt. in Doctor Strange versus Dracula: The Montesi Formula (2006.)]

** no. 58a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents.

** no. 59 (June 1983.) Part 1 (of 4.) “Children of the Night” by Roger Stern & Dan Green et al. 22p. v Dracula [rpt. in Doctor Strange versus Dracula: The Montesi Formula (2006.)]

** no. 59a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents.

** no. 60 (Aug. 1983.) Part 2. “Assault on Avengers Mansion!” 22p. [rpt. in Doctor Strange versus Dracula: The Montesi Formula (2006.)]

** no. 60a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents.

** no. 60b Mark Jewelers variant promo edition. Includes 4 pages promoting Mark Jewelers products.

** no. 61 (Oct. 1983.) Part 3. “Power Be the Prize” 22p. v Hannibal King, Dracula. c. Blade [rpt. in Doctor Strange versus Dracula: The Montesi Formula (2006.)]

** no. 61a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents.

** no. 62 (Dec. 1983.) Part 4. “Deliver Us from Evil” by Roger Stern & Steve Leialoha. 22p. v Dracula. c. Blade [rpt. in Doctor Strange versus Dracula: The Montesi Formula (2006.)]

** no. 62a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents.

** no. 67 (Oct. 1984.) “Private Eyes.” 22p. c. Blade. v Hannibal King.

** no. 67a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents.

Dr. Strange, Sorcerer Supreme. Marvel.

** no. 6 (Aug. 1989.) Part 1 (of 3.) The Book of the Vishanti, By Roy Thomas and R. J. M. Lofficier & Tom Sutton et al. 5p. v Dracula.

** no. 7 (Sep. 1989.) Part 2, The Book of the Vishanti. “The Mordo Chronicles.” 5p.

** no. 8 (Oct. 1989.) Part 3, The Book of the Vishanti. “The Mordo Chronicles.” 5p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 9 (Nov. 1989.) Part 1, The Book of the Vishanti/The Curse of the Darkhold. “The Montesi Formula” by Roy Thomas and R. J. M. Lofficier & David and Dan Day et al.

** no. 10 (Nov. 1989.) a. “The Vampire Strikes Back” by Roy Thomas, Dann Thomas & Jackson Guice. 23p. v Morbius. b. Part 2, The Book of the Vishanti/The Curse of the Darkhold. “The Voodoo Queen of New Orleans.” 5p. v Dracula. Cover: Jackson Guice.

** no. 11 (Dec. 1989.) The Book of the Vishanti/The Curse of the Darkhold, part 3. “Dawn of Blood” by Roy Thomas and R. J. M. Lofficier & David and Dan Day et al. 5p.

** no. 12 (Mid-Dec. 1989.) The Book of the Vishanti/The Curse of the Darkhold, part 4. “The Legacy of Aelfric” by Roy Thomas and R. J. M. Lofficier & David and Dan Day et al. 5p. v Varnae.

** no. 13 (Jan. 1990.) The Book of the Vishanti/The Curse of the Darkhold, part 5. “The Torch Is Passed” by Roy Thomas and R. J. M. Lofficier & David and Dan Day et al. 5p. v Varnae.

** no. 14 (Feb. 1990.) Part 1, The Vampiric Verses. “It’s in the Blood. . . “ by Roy Thomas and Dann Thomas & Jackson Guice. 23p. v Baron Blood (i.e., Victor Strange) and Morbius.

** no. 15 (Mar. 1990.) Part 2, The Vampiric Verses. “Vampires on Broadway.” 23p.

** no. 16 (Apr. 1990.) Part 3, The Vampiric Verses. “Love and Hate.” 2p. v Morbius.

** no. 17 (May 1990.) Part 4, The Vampiric Verses. “Torn on the Bayou” by Roy Thomas, Dann Thomas & Jim Valentino. 19p.

** no. 18 (June 1990.) Part 5, The Vampiric Verses. “Blood Is Thicker. . . “ by Roy Thomas, Dann Thomas & Jackson Guice. 22p. v Morbius and Varnae.

** no. 19 (July 1990.) “The Azrael Touch” by Roy & Dann Thomas. 23p. Cover: Gene Colan.

** no. 20 (Aug. 1990.) “Better Homes and Gargoyles” by Roy Thomas, Dann Thomas & Jackson Guice. 22p. v Baron Blood and Morbius.

** no. 26 (Feb. 1991.) “Werewolf at the Door” by Roy Thomas and Dann Thomas & Jackson Guice. 22p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

** no. 27 (Mar. 1991.) “The Book of the Vishanti – Legacy of the Wolf Part II” by Roy Thomas and R. J. M. Lofficier & Geof Isherwood. 5p. v Morbius.

** no. 28 (Apr. 1991.) Part 2. “Strange Tales” by Roy Thomas, Dann Thomas & Jackson Guice. 22p. c. Ghost Rider.

** no. 29 (May 1991.) “Blood Will Tell” by Roy Thomas, Dann Thomas & Chris Marrinan. 21p. v Baron Blood.

** no. 37 (Jan. 1992.) “Frankensurfer” by Roy Thomas and Dann Thomas & R. J. M. Lofficier and Geof Isherwood. 22p. v Dracula (cameo.) c. Silver Surfer.

** no. 40 (Apr. 1992.) “From Hope and Fear Set Free. . .” by Roy Thomas and Dann Thomas & Geof Isherwood. 22p. v Victor Strange. c. Daredevil.

** no. 45 (Sep. 1992.) “Death’s Greatest Hits” by Roy Thomas & Geof Isherwood. 22p. v Baron Blood.

** no. 52 (Apr. 1993.) “Field of Bad Dreams” by Len Kaminski, Roy Thomas & Geof Isherwood. 22p. v Morbius.

** no. 53 (May 1993.) “Nightmare on Bleecker Street” by Roy Thomas & Geof Isherwood. 23p. v Morbius.

** no. 56 (Aug. 1993.) “Blood Relations” by Roy Thomas & Geof Isherwood. 17p. v Baron Blood.

** no. 59 (Nov. 1993.) “Cage of Refuge” by Geof Isherwood. 22p. v Morbius, Lilith (cameo.)

** no. 60 (Dec. 1993.) Siege of Darkness, part 7. “Scatter and Sister Nil” by David Quinn & Melvin Rubi. 21p. v Morbius, Sister Nil.

** no. 61 (Jan. 1994.) Siege of Darkness, part 15. “Sacrifice Supreme” by David Quinn & Melvin Rubi. 19p. v Morbius, Salome.

** no. 62 (Feb. 1994.) “Stranger & Strange” by David Quinn & Melvin Rubi. 21p. v Morbius.

** no. 63 (Mar. 1994.) “Song of the Blood Opal” (uncredited.) 22p. v Morbius, Deacon Frost c. Blade.

** no. 66 (June 1994) “Shattered!” by David Quinn & John Hikson. 22p. v Morbius c. Blade.

Dr. Strange Sorcerer Supreme Annual. Marvel.

** no. 2 (1992.) Part 4, The Return of the Defenders. “First Blood” by Roy Thomas and R. J. M. Lofficier & Dave Hoover. 10p. v Baron Blood.

Dr. Strange vs. Dracula. Marvel. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1994.) a. “Blood Lunge” by Doug Mouch & Russ Heath. 5p. [Vampire Tales #9 (1975.)] b. “Dr. Strange vs. Dracula” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 16p. [The Tomb of Dracula #44 (1976.)] c. “The Tomb of Dr. Strange!” by Steve Englehart & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 17p. [Dr. Strange (Master of the Mystic Arts) #14 (1976.)]

Dr. Weird. Big Bang Comics.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1994.) “Where Monsters Dwell” by Edward DeGeorge & Dave Zimmerman. 23p. v Charnogg. Cover: Frank Brunner.

** no. 2 (May 1995.) a. “Empusa” by Shawn Van Priesen. 8p. v Amanda Lockwood. b. “Rematch” by Edward DeGeorge & Dave Zimmerman. 21p. v Charnogg. Cover: Ken Meyer, Jr.

Dog Moon. DC. tpb.

** no. 1 (1996.) By Robert Hunter & Thomas Truman. 64p. v various.

Doll Man. Comic Favorites. Pre-code.

** no. 38 (Feb. 1952.) “House of Vampires!” 8p. v Count and Countess De Grasso. w. Doll Man, Doll Girl.

Doll Man Quarterly. Quality Comics. Pre-code

** no. 2 (Spr. 1942.) “Plague of the Vampire Bats” by Anon. & Reed Crandall. 13p. v vampire bats starved and sent against humans by Dombie. c. Doll Man.

Don Martin Magazine. Welsh Publishing Group. anth. mag.

** no. 2 (1994.) “Don Martin’s Bride of Frankenstein” by Don Martin. 2p. v Dracula (Poster-size insert.)

Donna Mia. Dark Fantasy Production. Adult.

** no. 1 (1995.) By Trevlin Utz. 31p. v Donna Mia.

___ no. 1a Foil edition.

** no. 2 (1996.) 28p.

** no. 2a Blue Foil edition.

** no. 2b Red Foil edition

___ no. 2c Foil edition.

Donna Mia. Avatar. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1997.) Part 1 “Stars and Stripes Forever” by Trevlin Utz. 24p. v Donna Mia.

** no. 1a Nude Cover edition.

** no. 1b Commemorative edition. Virgin cover.

** no. 1c Black leather edition.

** no. 1d Gold edition.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1997.) Part 2. “Stars and Stripes Forever.” 20p.

** no. 2a Limited Gold Foil edition.

** no. 3 (Aug. 1997.) Part 3. “Stars and Stripes Forever.” 20p.

** no. 3a Limited Gold Foil edition.

Rpt. as a tpb.: Donna Mia (1997.)

Donna Mia. Avatar. b&w. hb.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1997.) By Trevlin Utz. a. “Premonitions of the New Atlantis.” 74p. b. “Stars and Stripes Forever.” 60p. [Donna Mia #1-3 (1997.)] c. “Solo Flights.” 20p.

Donna Mia. Avatar. b&w. tpb.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1997.) By Trevlin Utz. a. “Premonitions of the New Atlantis.” 74p. b. “Stars and Stripes Forever.” 60p. [Donna Mia #1-3 (1997.)] c. “Solo Flights.” 20p.

Donna Mia 0. Avatar. b&w. Adult.

** no. 0 (Oct. 1997.) “Childhood IV” by Arthur Richmond & Trevlin Utz. 8p. v Donna Mia. b. “Resident” by Trevlin Utz. 12p. v Donna Mia.

** no. 0a Nude edition.

** no. 0b Commemorative edition.

** no. 0c Red Leather edition.

Donna Mia Giant Size. Avatar. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (May 1997.) By Trevlin Utz. 36p. v Donna Mia.

** no. 1a Nude cover edition.

** no. 1b Commemorative edition.

** no. 1c Gold-on-Black leather edition.

** no. 2 (June 1997.) “Breasts of a Feather.” 38p.

** no. 2a Gold foil edition.

Donna Mia Infinity. Avatar. b&w.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1998.) By Trevlin Utz. 20p. v Donna Mia.

** no. 1a Nude edition.

** no. 1b Commemorative edition. Virgin cover.

** no. 1c Convention edition.

** no. 1d Gold-on-Black Leather edition.

Donna Mia Pinup. Avatar.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1997.) Portfolio by Trevlin Utz.

** no. 1a Nude edition.

** no. 1b Nude commemorative edition. Virgin cover.

Doomsday. Federal Comics [Australia.] b&w.

___ no. 1 (n.d. [1970s.]) “The Plague.” 8p. v various.

Doomsday. Murray [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 13 (n.d.) “The Hidden Vampires” by Di Preta. 5p. v Stefan Kero and his family [Journey into Mystery #11 (1953).]

** no. 15 (n.d.) No vampire content, but a publicity page “Introducing Vampirella” may be her first appearance in Australia.

___ no. 16 (n.d.) “Crypt of the Vampire.” 5p. v Baron Zangra [The Thing! #3 (1952.)]

** no. 17 (n.d.) “More than Blood!” by George Alec Effinger & Billy Graham. 6p. v Linda and others [Journey into Mystery #2 (1972.)]

** no. 19 (n.d.) “Cinderella” by Steve Ditko. 8p. v various [The Thing! #12 (1954.)] Cover says “Cinderella and Her 3 Vampire Step-Sisters…”

** no. 23 (n.d.) “Wishful Thinking!” by Kirk. 5p. v Emil Barto, Grace Normand [The Thing! #17 (1954.)]

Doomsday Album. Murray [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 5 (n.d.) “The Secret of Bat Island!” by Anon. 3p. v various. [Weird Mystery Tales #4 (1973).]

** no. 9 (n.d.) “Final Take!” by Robert Kanigher & Tony de Zuniga. 7p. v Skinner et al. [Weird Mystery Tales #8 (1973).]

** no. 10 (n.d.) “Vampire’s Gold” by Jack Oleck & Jess Jodloman. 6p. v Unnamed [Weird Mystery Tales #9 (1974.)]

** no. 13. (n.d.) “Flight into Fright” by George Kashdan & Ernie Chua. 6p. v various (led by Dracula.) [Weird Mystery Tales #14 (1974).]

___ no. 14 (n.d.) Cover: Christopher Lee as Dracula.

** no. 16 (n.d.) “Tomorrow I Hang!” by E. Nelson Birdwell & Jim Aparo. 5p. v Viola [The House of Mystery #209 (1972.)]

___ no. 18 (n.d.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

Doomsday Annual. Murray [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (n.d.) “Vampire’s Daughter.” 5p. v Jed Mathews [American source unknown.]

Doorway to Nightmare. DC. Horror anth.

** no. 3 (June 1978.) “Blood Red Tear” by Bill Kunkel and Roger McKenzie & Ric Estrada and Romeo Tanghal. 17p. v Victor Christianson et al.

Doorway to Nightmare. Murray [Australia.] b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d. but Oct. 1981) . “Dracula Had a Daughter” by Carl Wessler & Nestor Redondo. 7p. v Olga Dracula [The Witching Hour! #34 (1973.)]

Dope Comix. Kitchen Sink. b&w.

___ no. 5 (Jan. 1984.) "Vamp Dance" by Kaz. 1p.

Dork Covenant: The Collected Dork Tower, Volume 1. Dork Storm Press. b&w. rpt. Satire. tpb. anth.

** no. 1 (2000.) By John Kovalic. 158p. v Igor. Collects stories from Dork Tower.

Dork Tower. Corsair Publishing. b&w. anth. Satire.

__ no. 1 (1999.) By John Kovalic. 32p. v Igor. Collects “Dork Tower” comic strips.

** no. 1a Second printing (Dec. 1999.)

** no. 6 (Sep. 1999.) “The Hour of Darkness is Nigh!” by John Kovalich 16p. v Igor and other role-playing gamers playing the role of vampires.

Dothenridge: Tales of the Vampire Monarchy. Dothenridge Press. b&w.

** no. 1⁄2 (Apr. 1997.) Preview. 5p. v Maximus Ostem.

Note: No. 1 was never published.

Dracula. Academic Industries. tpb. b&w. rpt. Mass market paperback.

** (1984.) By Naunerle Farr & Nestor Redondo. 55p. v Dracula [rpt. of Dracula (Pendulum Press, 1973.]

Dracula. American Guidance Services. tpb. b&w. rpt. Mass market paperback.

___ (1984.) By Naunerle Farr & Nestor Redondo. 62p. v Dracula [rpt. of Dracula (Pendulum Press, 1973.]

  Dracula. Ballantine. b&w. Mass market paperback.

** (1966.) By Otto Binder and Craig Tennis & Alden McWilliams. 150p. v Dracula [rpt. as Dracula (Manor, 1975.)]

Dracula. Catalan Communications. tpb. Large format.

** (1984.) By Bram Stoker & Fernando Fernandez. 87p. v Dracula.

___ Variant Cover: Red background with lettering in gold.

Notes: The Spanish edition of this volume was published in Spain by Avagraf/Toutain Editor in 1984.

Dracula (Dark Horse, 1993.) See: Universal Monsters: Dracula.

Dracula. Dark Horse International [U.K.] anth. mag.

** no. 1 (1993.) Part. 1. “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” by Roy Thomas & Mike Mignola. 28p. v Dracula [Bram Stoker’s Dracula #1 (1992.)]

** no. 2 (1993.) Part 2. “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” by Roy Thomas & Mike Mignola. 28p. v Dracula [Bram Stoker’s Dracula #2 (1992.)] Includes movie poster.

** no. 3 (1993.) Part 3. “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” by Roy Thomas & Mike Mignola. 28p. v Dracula [Bram Stoker’s Dracula #1 (1992.)]

** no. 4 (Mar. 23-Apr. 14, 1993.) Part 4. “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” by Roy Thomas & Mike Mignola. 14p. v Dracula [Bram Stoker’s Dracula #1 (1992.)] b. “Who Serves the Cause of Chaos?” By Archie Goodwin & Tom Sutton. 14p. v Vampirella [Vampirella #8 (1971.)]

** no. 5 (May 1993.) Part 5 “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” by Roy Thomas & Mike Mignola. 17p. v Dracula [Bram Stoker’s Dracula #4 (1993.)] b. “Who Serves the cause of Chaos?” 7p. v Vampirella [Vampirella #8.]

** no. 6 (June 1993.) a. Part 1. “Dracula: Vlad the Impaler.” 29p. v Dracula [Dracula: Vlad the Impaler #1 (1973.)] b. “The Testing” by Archie Goodwin & Tom Sutton [Vampirella #9 (1971.)]

** no. 7 (July 1993.) a. “Carnival of the Damned” by Archie Goodwin & Tom Sutton. 14p. v Vampirella [Vampirella #11 (1971.)] b. Part 2. “Dracula: Vlad the Impaler” by Roy Thomas & Esteban Maroto. 13p. v Dracula [Dracula: Vlad the Impaler #2 (1973.)]

** no. 8 (Aug. 1993.) a. Part. 1. “Death’s Dark Angel” by Archie Goodwin & José Gonzales. 11p. v Vampirella [Vampirella #12 (1971.)] b. Part 3. “Dracula: Vlad the Impaler” by Roy Thomas & Esteban Maroto. 12p. v Dracula [Dracula: Vlad the Impaler #2 (1973.)] c. “Vampires Fly at Dusk” by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 6p. v Elena [Creepy #1 (1964.)]

** no. 9 (Sep. 1993.) a. Part. 2. “Death’s Dark Angel” by Archie Goodwin & José Gonzales. 9p. v Vampirella [Vampirella #12 (1971.)] b. Part 3. “Dracula: Vlad the Impaler” by Roy Thomas & Esteban Maroto. 14p. v Dracula [Dracula: Vlad the Impaler #2 (1973.)]

** no. 10 (Oct. 1993.) a. Part 4. “Dracula: Vlad the Impaler” by Roy Thomas & Esteban Maroto. 28p. v Dracula [Dracula: Vlad the Impaler #3 (1973.)] b. “The Last of the Vampires” by Bob Curran & John Bolton. 7p. v Count Ortega.

Notes: A British comic which has reprinted the full color four-part series Bram Stoker’s Dracula and the three-part series Dracula: Vlad the Impaler from Topps plus other black-and-white comics such as stories from Vampirella.

Dracula. Dell. Dracula and Al Ulysses series.

** no. 1 (Oct./Dec. 1962.) “The Vampire’s Curse.” 32p. v Dracula [aka Movie Classic #231; rpt. in Universal Pictures Presents Dracula—The Mummy & Other Stories (1963.)]

** no. 2 (Nov. 1966.) Part 1. “The Origin of Dracula” 32p. v Al Ulysses Card (Dracula.) [rpt. as #6.] Note: # 2-4 comprise a new, continuous story line in which Dracula’s last living descendent dons a bat-earred super-hero costume.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1967.) Part 2. “Dracula Meets the Master of the Sky” 32p. v Al Ulysses Card (Dracula) and Fleeta [rpt. as #7.]

** no. 4 (Mar. 1967.) Part 3. “Dracula in America: The Secret Cave” 32p. [rpt. as #8.]

** no. 6 (July 1972.) 32p. [#2.]

** no. 7 (Oct. 1972.) 32p. [#3.]

** no. 8 (July 1973.) 32p. [#4.]

Dracula. Eternity Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1989.) a. Part 1 (of 4.) “Dracula” By Steve Jones & Robert Schnieders and Craig Taillefer. 32p. b. “Vlad Tepes” by Steve Jones. Article. Cover: S. Clarke Hawbaker.

** no. 1a. Alternate cover.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1990.) a. Part 2. “Dracula” 28p. b. “Vlad Tepes” by Steve Jones. Article. Cover: Neil Vokes.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1990.) a. “Bram Stoker” by Steve Jones. Article. b. Part 3. “Dracula” 28p. Cover: Dale Keown.

** no. 4 (Mar. 1990.) a. Part 4. “Dracula” 28p. b. “Vampire Bibliography and Filmography” by Steve Jones. Article. Cover: John Tobias.

Note: Adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. See also: Dracula: The Lady in the Tomb (1991.)

Dracula. Eternity (Malibu.) tpb. b&w.

** (1990.) By Steven Phillip Jones, Robert Schnieders, & Craig Taillefer. 112p. v Dracula.

Notes: Combines the four issue mini-series of Dracula.

Dracula. Gateway Educational Products. tpb. b&w. rpt.

___ (1994.) By Naunerle Farr & Nestor Redondo. 55p. v Dracula. Hooked on Phonic Classic Achievement series. Cover Dracula and female by Luis Dominguez [rpt. of Dracula (Pendulum Press, 1973.)]

Dracula. Happy House Books. tpb. b&w. rpt.

___ (1981.) By Naunerle Farr & Nestor Redondo. 55p. v Dracula [rpt. of Dracula (Pendulum Press, 1973.)]

Dracula. Manor. b&w. rpt. Mass market paperback.

** (1975.) By Otto Binder and Craig Tennis & Alden McWilliams. 150p. [Dracula (Ballantine, 1966.)]

Dracula. New English Library [U.K.] Fantasy and horror anth. mag.

** no. 1 (1970.) “Eleanor” by Enric Sió. 5p. Unnamed.

** no. 2 (1970.) Dracula cover.

** no. 3 (1970.) Dracula cover.

** no. 4 (1970.) Dracula cover.

** no. 5 (1971.) “The Vivi” by Esteban Maroto. 8p. v The Vivi [rpt. in Vampirella #22 (Mar. 1973;) Creepy #51 (Mar. 1973.)]

** no. 6 (1971.) “The Messenger.” 5p. v Dracula.

** no. 7 (1971.) Dracula cover.

** no. 8 (1971.) Dracula cover.

** no. 9 (1971.) Dracula cover.

** no. 10 (1971.) Dracula cover.

** no. 11 (1971.) Dracula cover.

** no. 12 (1971.) Dracula cover.

Notes: Twelve issues were published. First six issues were later reprinted as one volume by Warren Publishing Company in 1972. All twelve issues were reprinted in one volume as the Dracula Annual by New English Library in 1974.

Dracula. Newton [Australia.] b&w. rpt.

** no. 1 (1975.) a. “Dracula” by Gerry Conway & Gene Colan. 25p. v Dracula [The Tomb of Dracula #1 (1972.)] b. “Hobo’s Lullaby” by John Warner & Yong Montano. 8p. v the Hoboes (blood-sucking monsters) [Vampire Tales #11 (1975.)]

** no. 1a Heritage Series discounted rpt. Price 26 cents.

** no. 2 (1975.) a. “A Poison of the Blood” by Gerry Conway & Tom Palmer. 13p. v Dracula. [Dracula Lives! # 1 (1973.)] b. "Morbius" by Steve Gerber & Pablo Marcos. 14p. v Morbius. [Vampire Tales  # 1 (1973.)] c. "Revenge of the Unliving!" by Gardner Fox & Bernet. 8p. v Melissa Jenkins. [Vampire Tales  # 1 (1973.)]

** no. 3 (1975.) a. “The Vampire’s Coffin” by Di Preta. 5p. v Captain Banner [Mystery Tales #15 (1953.)] b. “A Vampire’s Home is His Castle” by Doug Moench & Art Lombardia. 9p. v Count Varma [Vampire Tales #4 (1974.)] c. “Who Stalks a Vampire” by Archie Goodwin & Gene Colan. 18p. v Dracula [The Tomb of Dracula #3 (1972.)]

___ no. 4. Not seen.

** no. 5 (1975.) a. "The Moorlands Monster!" by Gardner F. Fox & Gene Colan. 20p. [The Tomb  of Dracula # 6 (1973.)] b. “When   Calls the Vampire!” by Joe Maneely. 6p. v Lyra’s brother. [Dracula Lives! # 4 (1974.)]

** no. 6 (n.d.) a. “Bounty for a Vampire” by Tony Isabella & Tony DeZuniga. 12p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! #13 (1975.)] b. “Night of the Dead Stalkers!” by Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan & Tom Palmer. 22p. [The Tomb of Dracula #7 (1973.)]

___ no. 7. Not seen.

__ no. 8. Not seen.

___ no. 9. Not seen.

** no. 10 (Dec. 1975.) a. “Dracula Is Dead!” !” by Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan & Tom Palmer. 19p. [The Tomb of Dracula #14 (1973.)] b. “Somewhere Waits the Vampire” by Anon. & Paul Reinman. 5p. v Kraska and Sophia von Heinif [Journey into Unknown Words #27 (1954.)]

___ no. 11. Not seen.

** no. 12 (Feb. 1976.) a. “The Blood Book” by Steve Gerber, Bob Brown & Crusty Bunkers. 18p. v Lilith, Daughter of Dracula. [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #10 (1975).] b. “The Lady who Collected Dracula” by Doug Moench, Frank Robbins & Frank Springer. 10p. v Dracula. c. “Scarlet in Glory!” by Doug Moench, Paul Gulacy & Mike Esposito. 10p. v Dracula. d. “Twice Dies the Vampire!” by Gerry Conway & Sonny Trinidad. 10p. v Dracula. [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #9 (1974).]

** no. 13 (Mar. 1976 – cover says ”April 1976.”) a. “Black Hand . . . Black Death!” by Len Wein, Gene Colan & Ernie Chua. 10p. v Dracula et al. [Dracula Lives! #8 (1974.)] b. “The Bleeding Time” by Gerry Conway, Carla Conway, Virgilio Redondo, Alfredo Alcala, and Tony DeZuniga. 12p. v David [Vampire Tales #9 (1975.)] c. “Bloodmoon” by Marv Wolfman and Chris Claremont & Tony DeZuniga. 14p. v Anton Vierken, Legion of Vampires, Blade [Vampire Tales #9 (1975.)] d. “Child of the Sun” by Chris Claremont. 11p. Illustrated text [Dracula Lives! #8 (1974.)] e. “Nobody Anybody Knows” by Steve Gerber, Bob Brown, Chiramonte, Pablo Marcos. 21p. v Lilith, Daughter of Dracula [Dracula Lives! #11 (1975.)] f. “Shards of a Crystal Rainbow” by Doug Moench & Tony DeZuniga. 7p. v Unnamed [Vampire Tales #9 (1975.)]

Dracula. Now Age Books. tpb. b&w. rpt.

___ (1973.) By Naunerle Farr and Nestor Redondo. 62p. v Dracula [Dracula (Pendulum Press, 1973.)]

Notes: Boxed with booklet and tape.

Dracula. By Victor G. Ambrus. tpb. Oxford-New York: Oxford University Press, 1981 (reprinted in 1982.)

** (1981.) 2+30p. v Dracula.

Dracula. Pendulum Press (Picture Classics.) tpb. b&w.

** (1973.) By Naunerle Farr and Nestor Redondo. 62p. v Dracula [rpt. by Now Age Books (1973,) Marvel Classics Comics (1976,) Starstream Products (1980,) Happy House Books (1981,) Peter Haddock (1981,) Academic Industries (1984,) and American Guidance Services (1994.)]

** Radio Shack giveaway edition (cover says “Radio Shack ‘reading-is-fun.’”).

Dracula. Peter Haddock (U.K.) rpt. b&w.

___ (1981.) By Naunerle Farr and Nestor Redondo. 62p. v Dracula [Dracula (Pendulum Press, 1973.)]

Dracula. Power Records.

** no. 15 (1974.) “Terror in the Snow!” 20p. v Dracula.

Note: Single issue of material from The Tomb of Dracula #19 (1974) packaged with a record in a Monster Series, each issue of which featured a different “monster” or “super-hero.”

Dracula. Starstream Products. rpt. b&w.

** (1980.) By Naunerle Farr and Nestor Redondo. 62p. v Dracula [Dracula (Pendulum Press, 1973.)]

           Dracula. Thorpe & Porter. UK. b&w. anthology.

___ (n.d. [1963?].) "The Vampire's Curse" 32p. v Dracula. [Dracula (Dell) #1 (1962.)] Cover taken from Universal Pictures Presents Dracula, The Mummy & Other Stories (Dell [1963.])

Dracula. Top Sellers, [U.K.]

___ no. 1 (1962.) 68p. [Dracula (Dell) #1 (1962.)]

Dracula. Warren Publishing Company. anth. b&w.

** (1972.) a. “Eleanor” by Enric Sió. 5p. v Unnamed. b. “The Messenger.” 5p. v Dracula. c. “The Vivi” by Esteban Maroto. 8p. v The Vivi. Includes issues #1-6 of the Dracula magazine (New English Library, 1970-71.)

Dracula Annual. New English Library [U.K.] rpt. tpb. anth.

** (1974.) a. “Eleanor” by Enric Sió. 5p. v Unnamed. b. “The Messenger.” 5p. v Dracula. c. “The Vivi” by Esteban Maroto. 8p. v The Vivi. Includes the 12 issues of the Dracula magazine (1971.) 240p. hb.

Dracula Annual. Newton [Australia.] b&w. rpt.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1976.) a. “This Blood is Mine!” by Gardner Fox & Dick Ayers. 12p. v Dracula, Elizabeth Bathory [Dracula Lives! 4 (1974.)] b. “A Death in the Chapel!” by Steve Gerber and Gene Colan & Ernie Chua. 10p. v Dracula, Maria [Dracula Lives! 6 (1974.)] c. “A Duel of Demons” by Gerry Conway & Frank Springer. 10p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! 5 (1974.)] d. “Fear Stalker” by Marv Wolfman, Mike Ploog & Ernie Chua. 14p. v Dracula, Lisa [Dracula Lives #4 (1974.)] e. “Look Homeward, Vampire!” by Gerry Conway & Vicente Alcazar. 11p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! 4 (1974.)] f. “Night Flight to Terror” by Tony Isabella, Gene Colan & Pablo Marcos. 10p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! 5 (1974.)] g. “Shadow over Versailles” by Tony Isabella and John Buscema & Pablo Marcos. 11p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! 6 (1974.)]

Dracula: A Symphony in Moonlight and Nightmares. Marvel Comics. hb. Large format.

** (1986.) By John L. Muth. 80p. v Unnamed.

  Dracula: A Symphony in Moonlight and Nightmares. Marvel Comics. tpb. Large format.

** (1986.) By John L. Muth. 80p. v Unnamed. Aka Marvel Graphic Novel #26.

Dracula: A Symphony in Moonlight and Nightmares. NRM Publishing. hb. Large format.

___ (1993.) By John L. Muth. 80p. v Unnamed.

Dracula: A Symphony in Moonlight and Nightmares. NRM Publishing. tr.pb. Large format.

___ (1993.) By John L. Muth. 80p. v Unnamed. Aka Marvel Graphic Novel #26.

The Dracula Chronicles. Topps. rpt. series.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1995.) “I Am Dracula” by Roy Thomas & Esteban Maroto. 28p. v Vlad the Impaler. Cover: Joseph Linsner.

** no. 2 (May 1995.) “Dark Legend A-Borning.” 28p. Cover: Joseph Linsner.

** no. 3 (June 1995.) “To Rise Again.” 28p. Cover: Joseph Linsner.

Note: This series reprints Dracula: Vlad the Impaler (Topps, 1993.)

Dracula Comics Special. Quality Communication [U.K.] b&w. rpt. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (1974.) a. “Dracula Prince of Darkness” by Donne Avenell & John Bolton. 15p. v Dracula [rpt. in The House of Hammer #6 (1976.)] b. “The Horror of Dracula” by Dez Skinn & Paul Neary. 23p. v Dracula [rpt. in The House of Hammer #1 (1976.)] c. “The Dracula Sketchbook” by John Bolton. 6p. Portfolio.

Dracula in Hell. Apple Press. b&w. Dracula rpt. series.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1992.) a. “Daughters of Dracula” by Richard Adamson & Neil Vokes. 7p. b. Part 1. “Dracula in Hell” by Richard Adamson & Neil Vokes. 13p.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1992.) a. “Born to Bite” by Richard Adamson & Neil Vokes. 7p. b. Part 2. “Dracula in Hell” by Richard Adamson & Neil Vokes. 12p.

Dracula Lives! Marvel Comics. anth. b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (1973.) a. “A Poison of the Blood” by Gerry Conway & Tom Palmer. 13p. v Dracula. b. “Suffer not a Witch. . .” by Roy Thomas and Alan Weiss & Dick Giordano. 12p. v Dracula. c. “To Walk Again in Daylight” by Steve Garber, Rich Buckler & Pablo Marcos. 10p. v Dracula. Cover: Boris Vallejo.

** no. 2 (1973.) a. “The Terror that Stalked Castle Dracula” by Steve Gerber, Tony Isabella, & Jim Starlin. 11p. v Dracula. b. “That Dracula May Live Again!” by Marv Wolfman & Neal Adams. 13p. v Dracula [rpt. in Dracula Lives Annual (1975.)] c. “Vampires Drink Deep!” by Art Sinnott. 6p. v Gorlac. d. “Voodoo Queen of New Orleans!” by Roy Thomas and Gene Colan & Dick Giordano. 14p. v Dracula [rpt. in Dr. Strange, Sorcerer Supereme #10 (1989.)] e. “Who Is Bram Stoker and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things about Me?” by Chris Claremont. 5p. Text. v Dracula. Cover: Jordi Penalva.

** no. 3 (Oct. 1973.) a. “Castle of the Undead” by Roy Thomas, Alan Weiss, Crusty Bunkers. 12p. v Dracula, Rosella Carson [rpt. in Dracula Lives Annual (1975.)] b. “Lord of Death. . . Lord of Hell!” by Marv Wolfman and John Buscema & Syd Shores. 12p. v Dracula [rpt. in Dracula Lives Annual (1975.)] c. “Shadow in the City of Light” by Gerry Conway & Alfonso Fort. 10p. v Dracula. d. “Vampire Man.” 5p. v various. Cover: Neal Adams.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1974.) a. “Fear Stalker” by Marv Wolfman, Mike Ploog & Ernie Chua. 13p. v Dracula, Lisa. b. “Look Homeward Vampire!” by Gerry Conway & Vicente Alcazar. 11p. v Dracula [rpt. in Dracula Lives Annual (1975.)] c. “Of Royal Blood” by Tony Mortellaro. 4p. v Dracula [Journey into Unknown Worlds # 29 (1954.)] d. “This Blood Is Mine” by Gardner F. Fox & Dick Ayers. 12p. v Dracula, Elizabeth Bathory. e. “When Calls the Vampire!” by Joe Maneely. 6p. v Lyra’s brother. Cover: Earl Norem.

** no. 5 (Mar. 1974.) a. Part. 1 “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, Roy Thomas & Dick Giordano. 12p. v Dracula [rpt. in Stoker’s Dracula #1 (2004;) Stoker’s Dracula tpb (2005.)] b. “Demons in Darkness” by Gerry Conway. 10p. Text. v Dracula. c. “A Duel of Demons” by Gerry Conway & Frank Springer. 10p. v Dracula [rpt. in Dracula Lives Annual (1975.)] d. “Night Flight to Terror” by Tony Isabella, Gene Colan & Pablo Marcos. 10p. v Dracula. e. “When a Vampire Dies.” 5p. Cover : Luis Dominguez.

** no. 6 (May 1974.) a. Part. 1. “Blood Moon” by Thompson O’Rourke & Ernie Chua. 6p. Text. v Dracula. b. “A Death in the Chapel!” by Steve Gerber and Gene Colan & Ernie Chua 10p. v Dracula, Maria. c. Part 2. “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, Roy Thomas & Dick Giordano. 12p. v Dracula [rpt. in Stoker’s Dracula #1 (2004;) Stoker’s Dracula tpb (2005.)] d. “The Mark of a Vampire” by Mac Pakula. 5p. v various. e. “Shadow over Versailles” by Tony Isabella and John Buscema & Pablo Marcos. 11p. v Dracula [rpt. in Dracula Lives Annual (1975.)] f. “Yes, Virginia, There Is a Real Dracula” by Doug Moench. 8p. Cover: Luis Dominguez.

** no. 7 (July 1974.) a. “Assault of the She-Pirate!” by Mike Friedrich & George Evans. 12p. v Dracula. b. Part 2. “Blood Moon” by Thompson O’Rourke & Ernie Chua. 7p. Text. v Dracula. c. Part 3. “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, Roy Thomas & Dick Giordano. 12p. v Dracula, 3 brides [rpt. in Stoker’s Dracula #1 (2004;) Stoker’s Dracula tpb (2005.)] c. “Here Comes the Death Man” by Gerry Conway & Vicente Alcazar. 11p. v Dracula. Cover: Luis Dominguez.

** no. 8 (Sep. 1974.) a. “Black Hand . . . Black Death!” by Len Wein, Gene Colan & Ernie Chua. 10p. v Dracula et al. b. “Child of the Sun” by Chris Claremont. 11p. Illustrated text. c. Part 4. “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, Roy Thomas & Dick Giordano. 14p. v Dracula [rpt. in Stoker’s Dracula #1 (2004;) Stoker’s Dracula tpb (2005.)] d. “Last Walk on the Nightside” by Doug Moench & Tony DeZuniga. 11p. v Dracula. Cover: Luis Dominguez.

** no. 9 (Nov. 1974.) a. “How to Ward Off Vampires” by Tony Isabella & Ernie Chua. 1p. b. “The Lady who Collected Dracula” by Doug Moench, Frank Robbins & Frank Springer. 10p. v Dracula. c. “Scarlet in Glory!” by Doug Moench, Paul Gulacy & Mike Esposito. 10p. v Dracula. d. “A Night in the Unlife!” by Gerry Conway & Alfredo Alcala. 10p. v Dracula. e. “Twice Dies the Vampire!” by Gerry Conway & Sonny Trinidad. 10p. v Dracula. Cover: Luis Dominguez.

** no. 10 (Jan. 1975.) a. “The Blood Book” by Steve Gerber, Bob Brown & Crusty Bunkers. 18p. v Lilith, Daughter of Dracula. b. Part 5. “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, Roy Thomas & Dick Giordano. 10p. v Dracula. c. Part 1. “The Pit of Death” by Doug Moench & Tony DeZuniga. v Dracula, Velanna et al. Cover: Luis Dominguez.

** no. 11 (Mar. 1975.) a. Part 6. “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, Roy Thomas & Dick Giordano. 12p. v Dracula. b. Part 2. “Nobody Anybody Knows” by Steve Gerber, Bob Brown, Chiramonte, Pablo Marcos. 21p. v Lilith, Daughter of Dracula. c. “The Pit of Death” by Doug Moench & Tony DeZuniga. 11p. v Dracula, Velanna et al. d. “The Vampire of Mednegna” by Doug Moench & Win Mortimer. 2p. v Arnold Paole. Cover: Steve Fabian.

** no. 12 (May 1975.) a. Pts. 1-3. “Parchments of the Damned!” by Doug Moench & Sonny Trinidad. 31p. v Dracula. b. “The Sins of the Father” by Gerry Conway & Tom Sutton. 10p. v Dracula. Cover: Ken Bald.

** no. 13 (July 1975.) a. “Blood of My Blood” by Gerry Conway & Steve Gan. 11p. v Dracula. b. “Bloody Mary” by Rick Margopolous, George Tuska & Virgilio Redondo. 10p. v Dracula, Mary. c. “Bounty for a Vampire” by Tony Isabella & Tony DeZuniga. 12p. v Dracula. d. “A Dracula Portfolio” by Russ Heath. 3p. Art. Cover: Earl Norem.

Notes: This comic magazine includes material from The Tomb of Dracula, other Marvel horror comics, and original stories and features. A Canadian edition was published by Cadence Comics Publications.

Dracula Lives. Marvel Comics International [U.K.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

** no. 1 (Oct. 26, 1974.) “Dracula” by Gerry Conway & Gene Colan. 13p. [The Tomb of Dracula #1 (1972.)]

** no. 2 (Nov. 2, 1974.) “Dracula Shall Live Again” by Gerry Conway & Gene Colan. 13p. [The Tomb of Dracula #1 (1972.)]

** no. 3 (Nov. 9, 1974.) a. “The Fear Within!” by Gerry Conway & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #2 (1972.)] b. “The Vampire Viscount of France” by Doug Moench & Win Mortimer. 2p. v Viscount de Morieve [Vampire Tales #5 (1974.)]

** no. 4 (Nov. 16, 1974.) “With Sunlight Comes Doom!” by Gerry Conway & Gene Colan. 12p. [The Tomb of Dracula #2 (1972.)]

** no. 5 (Nov. 23, 1974.) “Who Stalks the Vampire?” by Archie Goodwin & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #3 (1972.)]

** no. 6 (Nov. 30, 1974.) “Hunt for a Vampire!” by Archie Goodwin & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #3 (1972.)]

** no. 7 (Dec. 7, 1974.) “Through a Mirror Darkly” by Archie Goodwin & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #4 (1972.)]

** no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1974.) “Dracula, Through the Looking Glass” by Archie Goodwin & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #4 (1972.)]

** no. 9 (Dec. 21, 1974.) “Death to a Vampire Slayer!” by Gardner F. Fox & Eugene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #5 (1972.)]

** no. 10 (Dec. 28, 1974.) “Madness out of Time!” by Gardner F. Fox & Eugene Colan. 12p. [The Tomb of Dracula #5 (1972.)]

** no. 11 (Jan. 4, 1975.) “The Moorlands Monster!” by Gardner F. Fox & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #6 (1973.)]

** no. 12 (Jan. 11, 1975.) “End of a Monster!” by Gardner F. Fox & Gene Colan. 12p. [The Tomb of Dracula #6 (1973.)]

** no. 13 (Jan. 18, 1975.) “Night of the Death Stalker” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #7 (1973.)]

** no. 14 (Jan. 25, 1975.) “The Death of Innocence!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #7 (1973.)]

** no. 15 (Feb. 1, 1975.) “The Hell-Crawlers” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Ernie Chua. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #8 (1973.)]

** no. 16 (Feb. 8, 1975.) “Death in the Snow!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #8 (1973.)] b. “My Name Is Dracula” by Gary Friedrich & John Buscema. 15p. [The Frankenstein Monster #8 (1974.)]

** no. 17 (Feb. 15, 1975.) “The Vampire Killers!” by Gary Friedrich & John Buscema. 15p. [The Frankenstein Monster #9 (1974.)]

** no. 18 (Feb. 22, 1975.) “Death From the Sea” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #9 (1973.)]

** no. 19 (Mar. 1, 1975.) “A Town Called Death!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #9 (1973.)]

** no. 20 (Mar. 8, 1975.) “His Name Is… Blade!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 13p. [The Tomb of Dracula #10 (1973.)]

** no. 21 (Mar. 15, 1975.) “To Slay the Undead” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #10 (1973.)]

** no. 22 (Mar. 22, 1975.) “The Voodoo-Man!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #11 (1973.)]

** no. 23 (Mar. 29, 1975.) “The Dark Profane Art of Voodoo!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #11 (1973.)]

** no. 24 (Apr. 5, 1975.) “A Poison of the Blood” by Gerry Conway & Gene Colan. 13p. [Dracula Lives #1 (1973.)]

** no. 25 (Apr. 12, 1975.) “Fear Stalker” by Marv Wolfman & Mike Ploog. 14p. [Dracula Lives #4 (1974.)]

** no. 26 (Apr. 19, 1975.) “The Voodoo Queen of New Orleans!” by Roy Thomas & Gene Colan. 14p. [Dracula Lives #2 (1973.)]

** no. 27 (Apr. 26, 1975.) “Shadow in the City of Light!” by Gerry Conway & Alfonso Font. 11p. [Dracula Lives #3 (1973.)]

** no. 28 (May 3, 1975.) “Night of the Screaming House!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #12 (1973.)]

** no. 29 (May 10, 1975.) “The House That Screams!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #12 (1973.)]

** no. 30 (May 17, 1975.) “To Kill a Vampire!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #13 (1973.)]

** no. 31 (May 24, 1975.) “Death of a Vampire!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #13 (1973.)]

** no. 32 (May 31, 1975.) “Dracula Is Dead!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #14 (1973.)]

** no. 33 (June 7, 1975.) “Resurrection!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #14 (1973.)]

** no. 34 (June 14, 1975.) “Fear Is the Name of the Game!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #15 (1973.)]

** no. 35 (June 21, 1975.) “The Diary of Death!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #15 (1973.)]

** no. 36 (June 28, 1975.) “Death Rides the Rails!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #17 (1974.)]

** no. 37 (July 5, 1975.) “Murder on the Transylvania Express!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #17 (1974.)]

** no. 38 (July 12, 1975.) “Enter: Werewolf by Night” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 19p. [The Tomb of Dracula #18 (1974.)]

** no. 39 (July 19, 1975.) “Dracula Meets Werewolf by Night in… Death of a Monster!” by Marv Wolfman & Mike Ploog. 19p. [The Tomb of Dracula #18 (1974.)]

** no. 40 (July 26, 1975.) “Snowbound in Hell!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #19 (1974.)]

** no. 41 (Aug. 2, 1975.) “Snowblind Friend!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #19 (1974.)]

** no. 42 (Aug. 9, 1975.) “The Coming of Doctor Sun” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #20 (1974.)]

** no. 43 (Aug. 16, 1975.) “Man-Hunt for a Monster” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #20 (1974.)]

** no. 44 (Aug. 23, 1975.) “Deathknell” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #21 (1974.)]

** no. 45 (Aug. 30, 1975.) “… of Minds, Men and Vampires!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 8p. [The Tomb of Dracula #21 (1974.)]

** no. 46 (Sep. 6, 1975.) “… In Death Do We Join!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 8p. [The Tomb of Dracula #22 (1974.)] b. “Vampires on the Moon!” by Mike Friedrich & Don Perlin. 11p. [Werewolf by Night #19 (1974.)]

** no. 47 (Sep. 13, 1975.) “Master of the Living Lightning!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #22 (1974.)] b. “Vampires Can Die, Too!” by Mike Friedrich & Don Perlin. 8p. [Werewolf by Night #19 (1974.)]

** no. 48 (Sep. 20, 1975.) “Night of the She-Demon” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 8p. [Giant-Size Chillers #1 (1974.)]

** no. 49 (Sep. 27, 1975.) “The Curse of Dracula! The Ghost on Haunted Hill!” (Chapter 2) by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 7p. [Giant-Size Chillers #1 (1974.)]

** no. 50 (Oct. 4, 1975.) “Demons in the Dark” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [Giant-Size Chillers #1 (1974.)]

** no. 51 (Oct. 11, 1975.) “Shadows in the Night!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #23 (1975.)]

** no. 52 (Oct. 18, 1975.) “Shadow over Haunted Castle!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #23 (1975.)]

** no. 53 (Oct. 25, 1975.) “…A Morning for the Dead!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #24 (1975.)]

** no. 54 (Nov. 1, 1975.) “Encounter in Blood!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 8p. [The Tomb of Dracula #24 (1975.)]

** no. 55 (Nov. 8, 1975.) “Night of the Blood Stalker!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #25 (1974.)]

** no. 56 (Nov. 15, 1975.) “Hannibal King, Vampire Stalker” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 7p. [The Tomb of Dracula #25 (1974.)]

** no. 57 (Nov. 22, 1975.) “Where Lurks the Chimera!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #26 (1975.)]

** no. 58 (Nov. 29, 1975.) “The Origin of the Chimera!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 7p. [The Tomb of Dracula #26 (1975.)]

** no. 59 (Dec. 6, 1975.) “Night-Fire!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #27 (1975.)]

Note: This series, reprinting stories from The Tomb of Dracula, was superseded by Dracula Lives featuring the Legion of Monsters. The series reprinted material from Marvel’s The Tomb of Dracula along with material from other Marvel series.

Dracula Lives. Newton [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth. mag. The list of issues is not complete.

** no. 11 (Dec. 1975.) a. “And in that Sleep…!” by Bram Stoker, Roy Thomas & Dick Giordano. 12p. v Dracula, Dracula’s wives. c. Jonathan Harker [as Part 4 “Dracula” in Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #8 (1974.)] b. “This Blood is Mine!” by Gardner F. Fox & Dick Ayers. 12p. v Dracula, Elizabeth Bathory [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #4 (1974.)] c. “Blood of My Blood” by Gerry Conway & Steve Gan. 11p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #13 (1975.)] d. “Bloody Mary” by Rick Margopolous, George Tuska & Virgilio Redondo. 10p. v Dracula, Mary [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #13 (1975.)] e. “Last Walk on the Nightside” by Doug Moench & Tony DeZuniga. 11p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #8 (1974.)] f. “Fear Stalker” by Marv Wolfman & Mike Ploog. 14p. [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #4 (1974).]

Dracula Lives. Yaffa [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth. mag.

__ no. 1 (1978.) a. “Poison of the Blood” by Gerry Conway & Tom Palmer. 13p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #1 (1973.)] b. “Suffer not a Witch. . .” by Roy Thomas and Alan Weiss & Dick Giordano. 12p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #1 (1973.)] c. “To Walk Again in Daylight” by Steve Gerber, Rich Buckler & Pablo Marcos. 10p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #1 (1973.)] d. “What Can You Say about a Five-Hundred-Year-Old Vampire Who Refuses to Die” by Marv Wolfman. 6p. Text [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #1 (1973.)] Cover: Boris Vallejo.

__ no. 2 (1979.) a. “The Terror that Stalked Castle Dracula” by Steve Gerber, Tony Isabella, & Jim Starlin. 11p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #2 (1973.)] b. “That Dracula May Live Again!” by Marv Wolfman & Neal Adams. 13p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #2 (1973.)] c. “Vampires Drink Deep!” by Art Sinnott. 6p. v Gorlac [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #2 (1973.)] d. “Voodoo Queen of New Orleans!” by Roy Thomas and Gene Colan & Dick Giordano. 14p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #2 (1973.)] e. “Who Is Bram Stoker and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things about Me?” by Chris Claremont. 5p. Text. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #2 (1973.)] Cover: Jordi Penalva.

** no. 3 (1979.) a. “Castle of the Undead” by Roy Thomas, Alan Weiss, Crusty Bunkers. 12p. v Dracula, Rosella Carson [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #3 (1973.)] b. “Lord of Death. . . Lord of Hell!” by Marv Wolfman and John Buscema & Syd Shores. 12p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #3 (1973.)] c. “Shadow in the City of Light” by Gerry Conway & Alfonso Fort. 10p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #3 (1973.)] d. “Vampire Man.” 5p. v various [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #3 (1973.)] Cover: Neal Adams.

__ no. 4 (Jan. 1974.) a. "Fear Stalker" by Marv Wolfman, Mike Ploog & Ernie Chua. 13p. v Dracula, Lisa [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #4 (1974.)] b. "Look Homeward Vampire!" by Gerry Conway & Vicente Alcazar. 11p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #4 (1974.)] c. "Of Royal Blood" by Tony Mortellaro. 4p. v Dracula. [Journey into Unknown Worlds #29 (1954.)] d. "This Blood Is Mine" by Gardner F. Fox & Dick Ayers. 12p. v Dracula, Elizabeth Bathory [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #4 (1974.)] e. "When Calls the Vampire!" by Joe Maneely. 6p. v Lyra's brother [Dracula Lives! (Marvel) #4 (1974.)] Cover: Earl Norem.

Dracula Lives Annual. Marvel Comics. b&w. rpt. mag.

** no. 1 (Sum. 1975.) a. “Castle of the Undead” by Roy Thomas, Alan Weiss, Crusty Bunkers. 12p. v Dracula, Rosella Carson [Dracula Lives! #2 (1973.)] b. “A Duel of Demons” by Gerry Conway & Frank Springer. 10p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! #5 (1974.)] c. “Look Homeward Vampire!” by Gerry Conway & Vicente Alcazar. 11p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! #4 (1974.)] d. “Lord of Death. . . Lord of Hell!” by Marv Wolfman, John Buscema & Syd Shores. 12p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! #3 (1973.)] e. “Shadow Over Versailles” by Tony Isabella, John Buscema & Pablo Marcos. 11p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! #6. (1974.)] f. “That Dracula May Live Again!” by Marv Wolfman & Neal Adams. 13p. v Dracula [Dracula Lives! #2 (1973.)] Cover: Gray Morrow.

Dracula Lives featuring the Legion of Monsters. Marvel Comics International [U.K.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

** no. 60 (Dec. 13, 1975.) “Talisman of Terror!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #27 (1975.)]

** no. 61 (Dec. 20, 1975.) “Madness in the Mind!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #28 (1975.)]

** no. 62 (Dec. 27, 1975.) “Fever Dreams” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #28 (1975.)]

** no. 63 (Jan. 3, 1976.) “Vengeance Is Mine! – Sayeth the Vampire!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #29 (1975.)]

** no. 64 (Jan 10, 1976.) “The Sorrow of Vengeance!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #29 (1975.)]

** no. 65 (Jan. 17, 1976.) “Memories on a Mourning’s Night!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #30 (1975.)]

** no. 66 (Jan. 24, 1976.) “Blind Revenge!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #30 (1975.)]

** no. 67 (Jan. 31, 1976.) “Ten Lords a Dying” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 8p. [The Tomb of Dracula #31 (1975.)]

** no. 68 (Feb. 7, 1976.) “Singleton Must Die!” by Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan & Tom Palmer. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #31 (1975.)]

** no. 69 (Feb. 14, 1976.) “And Some Call Him. . . Madness!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #32 (1975.)]

** no. 70 (Feb. 21, 1976.) “Showdown of Darkness!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 8p. [The Tomb of Dracula #32 (1975.)]

** no. 71 (Feb. 28, 1976.) “Blood of My Hands!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #33 (1975.)]

** no. 72 (Mar. 6, 1976.) “Night Games!” by Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan & Tom Palmer. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #33 (1975.)]

** no. 73 (Mar. 13, 1976.) “Showdown of Blood!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 8p. [The Tomb of Dracula #34 (1975.)]

** no. 74 (Mar. 20, 1976.) “Night of the She-Demon” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [The Tomb of Dracula #34 (1975.)]

** no. 75 (Mar. 27, 1976.) “Hell Hath No Fury…” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #35 (1975.)]

** no. 76 (Apr. 3, 1976.) “Cry Revenge!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #35 (1975.)]

** no. 77 (Apr. 10, 1976.) “Flight of Fear” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 7p. v Dracula 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #36 (1975.)]

** no. 78 (Apr. 17, 1976.) “To Boston With Fear” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #36 (1975.)]

** no. 79 (Apr. 24, 1976.) “The Vampire Is Coming! The Vampire Is Coming!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #37 (1975.)]

** no. 80 (May 1, 1976.) “The Man Who Wrote Vampire Stories!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 13p. [The Tomb of Dracula #37 (1975.)]

** no. 81 (May 8, 1976.) “Blood-Rush!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #38 (1975.)]

** no. 82 (May 15, 1976.) “Here Comes Dr. Sun!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #38 (1975.)]

** no. 83 (May 22, 1976.) “The Death of Dracula” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #39 (1975.)]

** no. 84 (May 29, 1976.) “And Now, Death!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #39 (1975.)]

** no. 85 (June 5, 1976.) “Nightmares of a Living Deadman!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #40 (1976.)]

** no. 86 (June 9, 1976.) “The Triumph of Dr. Sun!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #40 (1976.)]

** no. 87 (June 16, 1976.) “Re-Birth” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #41 (1976.)]

Note: This series superseded Dracula Lives (Marvel U.K.) It was superseded by Planet of the Apes and Dracula Lives.

Dracula Lives Special. World Distributors [U.K.] anth. rpt. tpb.

** no. 1 (1976.) 68p. a. “Blood Moon” by Thompson O’Rourke & Ernie Chua. Illustrated text. 7p. v Vlad. b. “Curse of Dracula!” by David Kraft & Don Heck. 30p. v Dracula [as “Let It Bleed!” in Giant-Size Chillers #1 (1974;) Giant Size Dracula #4 (1975.)] c. “Night of the Blood Stalker.” 17p. v Hannibal King [The Tomb of Dracula #25 (1974.)]

Dracula: Lord of the Undead. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1998.) “When Darkness Reigns” by Glenn Greenberg & Pat Olliffe. 23p. v Dracula.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1998.) “Village of the Dead.” 23p.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1998.) “Blood Relations.” 30p.

Dracula Meets Jesus. Meg Smith/Gekko Party Productions. b&w.

___ (1992.) “Dracula Meets Jesus” by Meg Smith. 20p. v Dracula.

Dracula, The Mummy & Other Stories. See: Universal Pictures Presents—Dracula, The Mummy & Other Stories.

Dracula: Return of the Impaler. Slave Labor Graphics. b&w.

** no. 1 (July 1993.) By Dan Vado & Jeff Knight. 20p. Cover: Grant Fuhst.

** no. 2 (July 1993.) 20p. Cover: Grant Fuhst.

** no. 3 (Mar. 1994.) By Jeff Knight and Patricia Hunter. 20p. Cover: Jeff Knight.

** no. 4 (Oct. 1994.) By Nathan Sumison & Jeff Knight. 20p. Cover: Grant Fuhst.

Dracula ‘79. See: Warren Presents no. 5.

Dracula Sucks. Dolphin. Fumette. Adult. mag.

___ “Dracula Sucks.” Illustrated with color stills from the movie. v Dracula (Jamie Gillis.) Includes “A Film Review by Keefe Hamilton.”

Dracula Summer Special. Marvel [U.K.] b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (1982.) “A House Divided” by James Shooter & Gene Colan and Dave Simons. 38p. v Dracula. b. “Vampires ‘Round the World” by Tom Rodgers (article.) 4p. Poster center fold: “Dracula Special 82” by Bob Parkin.

Dracula the Impaler. Comax Productions. b&w.

** no. 1 (1991.) By Butch Burcham. 24p. v Dracula.

Dracula: The Lady in the Tomb. Eternity Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1991.) a. “Dracula’s Guest” by Steve Jones & Robert Schnieders and Brent Carpenter. 26p. v Countess Dolingen of Gratz. b. “Dracula’s Guest: The Missing Chapter” by Steven Philip Jones. 2p. Text.

Note: Adaptation of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula’s Guest.”

Dracula: The Suicide Club. Adventure Comics (Eternity.) b&w.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1992.) By Steve Jones & John Ross et al. v Dracula. c. Sherlock Holmes, Violet N. Firth. Cover: Tom Smith.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1992.) 28p. Cover: Adam Adamovicz.

** no. 3 (Oct. 1992.) 25p. Cover: Adam Adamovicz.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1992.) 28p. Cover: Adam Adamovicz.

Note: Based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s story, “The Suicide Club” with characters created by Bram Stoker and Arthur Conan Doyle.

Dracula 3-D. The 3-D Zone. rpt. Revised.

** no. 1 (1992.) “Dracula” by Ray Zone & Tony Alderson. 25p. Cover: Chuck Roblin.

Note: This adaptation recasts the text and artwork of the first comic book version of Dracula [Eerie #12 (1953)] in three dimensions.

Dracula versus Zorro. Topps Comics.

** no. 1 (1993.) By Don McGregor & Tom Yeates. 31p. Based on the works of Bram Stoker and Johnston McCaulley.

** no. 2 (1993.) 30p.

Note: 1. #2: Polybagged, with Zorro #0. 2. Reprinted by Image in 1998 as a tpb., Dracula vs. Zorro (1994.)

Dracula: Vlad the Impaler. Topps. Polybagged.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1993.) a. Part 1 (of 3.) “Dracula: Vlad the Impaler” by Roy Thomas & Esteban Maroto. 28p. b. “Esteban Maroto.” Interview.

___ no. 1a. Crimson foil edition.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1993.) a. Part 2. “Dracula: Vlad the Impaler” 28p. b. “Roy Thomas.” Interview.

** no. 3 (Apr. 1993.) Part 3. “Dracula: Vlad the Impaler” 28p.

Note: Each issue contained four trading cards. Rpt. in #6-10 of Dracula [Dark Horse (U.K.) 1993] and as The Dracula Chronicles (1995.)

Dracula vs. the Grad. Dreamland Comics. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (July 1998.) By Geri Berfola. 24p. v Dracula.

Dracula vs Zorro. Image. b&w. rpt.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1998.) By Don McGregor & Tom Yeates. 31p. v Dracula.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1998.) 30p.

Rpt. of Dracula versus Zorro (Topps, 1993.)

Dracula vs Zorro. Topps. tpb. rpt. tpb.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1994.) “The Complete Saga” by Don McGregor & Thomas Yeates. 61p. v Dracula. Collects the two issues of Topps mini-series.

Dracula’s Daughter. Eros Comix. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1991.) By Anton Drek. 19p. v Drekula [partially rpt. in Anton’s Collected Drek (1974.)]

Dracula’s Spinechillers Annual. Suron Enterprises/World International Publishing. hb. anth. Large format.

** (1982) a. “Castle Dracula.” 20p. v Dracula. Adaptation of Hammer’s Horror of Dracula. b. “Twins of Evil.” 17p. v Carmilla Karnstein. Adaptation of Hammer’s Twins of Evil.

Draculina. Draculina Publishing Co. mag.

** no. 31 (Oct. 1997.) “Shocking Asia” by Hugh Gallagher & Ronn Sutton. 4p. v Draculina.

Draculina. Draculina Publishing. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (1993.) “Blood of the Bride” by Hugh Gallagher. 24p. v Draculina.

Note: The comic evolved from an adult-oriented monster movie magazine of the same name.

Draculina’s Cozy Coffin. Draculina Publishing. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1994.) By Hugh Gallagher et al. v Draculina, series hostess.

** no. 2 (1994.) “True Craving” by Russ Martin. 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 3 (1995.) a. “Overbite” by Dan Membiela & John Gallagher. 4p. v Unnamed. b. “Suckers” by J. H. Vazz. 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 4 (1996.) a. “Lady” by Victor Rosario. v Unnamed. b. “Toxic Torment” by Hugh Gallagher & Ronn Sutton. 10p. v Draculina.

Notes: An anthology of horror fiction introduced by Draculina.

Drag Cartoons. The Millar Company. anth. b&w. mag.

___ no. 7 (Sep. 1964.) “Dr. Strangegear” by Alex Toth. 5p. v Dragula (vampire-like monster born of a fuel explosion) as host [rpt. in Toth “One for the Road” (2000.)]

** no. 8 (Oct. 1964.) “Graham’s Ghost Go-Round” by Alex Toth. 5p. v Dragula as host [rpt. in Toth “One for the Road” (2000.)] Monsters cover by Pete Millar, featuring Count Dracula.

___ no. 9 (Nov. 1964.) “The Dragula Story” by Alex Toth. 5p. v Dragula [rpt. in The Best of Drag Cartoons #1 (1968;) Toth “One for the Road” (2000.)]

** no. 10 (Dec. 1964.) “Santa’s Wild Ride” by Alex Toth. 5p. v Dragula as host [rpt. in Toth “One for the Road” (2000.)]

** no. 11 (Jan. 1965.) “Getaway Gertie” by Alex Toth. 5p. v Dragula as host [rpt. in Toth “One for the Road” (2000.)]

** no. 12 (Feb. 1965.) “Harry, the Rath-Fink with Cars!” by Alex Toth. 5p. v Dragula as host [rpt. in Toth “One for the Road” (2000.)]

** no. 13 (Mar. 1965.) “$ucce$$ $tory” by Alex Toth. 5p. v Dragula as host.

___ no. 14 (Apr. 1965.) “Dragula” by Alex Toth. 5p. v Dragula as host [rpt. in Toth “One for the Road” (2000.)]

** no. 15 (May 1965.) “Motor Story” by Alex Toth. 5p. v Dragula as host [rpt. in Toth “One for the Road” (2000.)]

Dread. Eclipse Books. hb.

** (1992.) By Clive Barker. Adapted by Fred Burke & Dan Brereton. 58p. v cameo by Count Orlock (Nosferatu.) Note: adaptation of Dread by Clive Barker.

Dread. Eclipse Books. tpb.

** (1992.) By Clive Barker. Adapted by Fred Burke & Dan Brereton. 58p. v cameo by Count Orlock (Nosferatu.) Note: adaptation of Dread by Clive Barker.

Dread of Night. Bruce Hamilton. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1991.) a. “Blood Island” by Bill Pearson & Ernie Colón. 8p. v Unnamed. b. “He’s a Charmer!” by Russ Miller & Batton Lash. 6p. v various.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1992.) “Monsters 101” by Nat F. Gertler & Batton Lash. 8p. v various.

Dread of the Unknown. Gretown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

___ (n.d. [1970s.]) “Cannibal.” 80. v Kalia.

Dream Wolves. London Night Studios. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (1993.) “Foreplay” by Daniel Presedo. 18p. v Carnifax.

___ no. 1a (1993.) Gold edition.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1993.) “Arousal.” 18p.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1994.) “Climax.” 18p.

** no. 0 (Mar. 1994.) “The Dream.” 6p. Cover: Hannibal King.

___ no. 0a. Limited error edition.

Dream Wolves. Dramenon Studios. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1994.) “Night Cry” by Daniel Presedo. 21p. v Carnifax.

___ no. 1a (1993.) Red Foil cover edition.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1994.) “Cries of the Night.” 28p.

___ no. 3 (Jan. 1995.) “Dark.” 28p.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1995.) Part 1. “No Pain, No Gain.” 24p.

** no. 4a Limited Autographed Edition with certificate

** no. 5 (Mar. 1995.) Part 2. “No Gain, No Pain.” 23p. See Practice in Pain #1.

** no. 6 (May 1995.) Part 1. “In Dreams I Walk with You.” 21p.

** no. 6a (1993.) Gold cover edition

** no. 7 (1995.) Part 2. “In Dreams I Walk with You.” 19p.

** no. 8 (Sep. 1995.) “The Season of Death.” 20p.

** no. 8a. Gold edition.

Dream Wolves Swimsuit Bizarre. Gothic.

** no. 0 (Dec. 1995.) Portfolio. Cover: Daniel Presedo. Back cover: Tim Vigil.

** no. 0a Nude cover edition.

___ no. 0b Platinum edition.

Dream Wolves Swimsuit Special. Dramenon Studios. b&w.

** no. 1 (1995.) Portfolio. Back Cover: Daniel Presedo.

Duckula. London Editions Magazines/Fleetway [U.K.] Funny Animal Satire. Television tie-in. mag.

Duckula (1991) replaced Count Duckula (Celebrity) and preceded London Editions Magazines’own Count Duckula (1992,) although we have seen a Duckula no. 4 (see below) dated 1992, with a Duckula trademark on cover which may indicate that it was intended as part of the Count Duckula series. Count Duckula is featured in all stories below unless otherwise indicated. The list of issues is not complete.

** no. 2 (1990.) a. “Home, Unsweet Home.” 5p. b. “The Transylvanian Terror.” 8p.

** no. 3 (1990.) a. “Fame!” 5p. b. “Swamped Things.” 8p.

** no. 11 (1991.) a. “Happy Times.” 8p. b. “Just One Night!” 5p. c. “The Patter of Tiny Cakes!” 6p.

** no. 12 (1991.) a. “Count of the Jungle!” 2p. b. “Not in My Back Yard.” 5p. c. “The Purple Pinny” 6p. d. “Treasure Island.” 7p.

** no. 4 (1992.) “The Incredible Shrinking Duck!” 8p. “It’s Magic!” 7p. “Mine Your Own Business!” 8p. “Murder Most Fowl.” 7p.

Duckula Summer Special. London Editions Magazines/Fleetway [U.K.] Funny Animal Satire. Television tie-in. mag.

** (1991.) a. “A Fowl Beginning.” 6p. v Count Duckula. b.  “A Weekend Break, That’s What!” 6p. v Count Duckula. c. “Winter Weekend.” 7p. v Count Duckula.

The Dungeoneers. Silverwolf.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1986.) “The Maze of Marble” by Kris Silver and Tim Foster.

Durham Red: The Scarlet Cantos. Egmont Foundation. rpt. tpb. Large Format.

** (1999.) By Dan Abnett & Mark Harrison. 96p. v Durham Red, the Tenebrae. Includes stories originally in 2000 AD #1078-1089 (1998.)

Dynamic Thrills. Gerald K. Swan [U.K.] Pre-code.

** no. 4 (1951.) “The Vampire.” 4p. v Dr Reginald Sinn (series’ archvillain, who acquires vampire powers from corpses). w Chick Hensman, Ace detective.

Dynamite. Scholastic. anth. mag.

(1974-1992.) Dynamite was a monthly juvenile publication by Scholastic Publishing. From issue #1 in 1974, it included “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page” a two-page feature created by a series of unnamed authors. In the 1980s most of the appearances were created by Suzanne Long. In each issue, the vampire, Count Morbida, presented different puzzles for the reader to solve. The magazine was discontinued in 1992, although the Count Morbida column was stopped with no. 131. From no. 15 to no. 37 there were two different printings: a retail edition and a subscription edition (the latter recognizable for having, in addition to other variants, if any, a box on the back cover that said “BULK Rate US Postage Paid.”) In July 1977, Dynamite appeared both as no. 37 and (in a different version) as Vol. 1, no. 1, and probably an issue numbered “38” was never published. From issue no. 39, two editions with the same cover and content but with different number appeared: the retail edition with whole numbers (39, 40, etc.) and the subscription edition with volume numbers (vol. 1 no. 1, vol. 1, no. 2, etc.). The only exception seems to be the issue for Oct. 1983, which only exists as no. 113, whilst the volume numbers jump from vol. 7 no. 3 for Sep. 1983 (#112) to vol. 7 no. 4 for Nov. 1983 (#114).

___ no. 1 (July 1974.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p. v Count Morbida.

___ no. 2 (Aug. 1974.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1974.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 4 (Oct. 1974.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 5 (Nov. 1974.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 6 (Dec. 1974.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ no. 7 (Jan. 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 8 (Feb. 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 9 (Mar. 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 10 (Apr. 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 11 (May 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 12 (June 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p. Count Morbida cover.

** no. 13 (July 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ no. 14 (Aug. 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ no. 15 (Sep. 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 15a Subscription edition.

** no. 16 (Oct. 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 16a Subscription edition.

** no. 17 (Nov. 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 17a Subscription edition.

** no. 18 (Dec. 1975.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 18a Subscription edition.

** no. 19 (Jan. 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 19a Subscription edition.

** no. 20 (Feb. 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 20a Subscription edition.

** no. 21 (Mar. 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 21a Subscription edition.

** no. 22 (Apr. 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ no. 22a Subscription edition.

** no. 23 (May. 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 23a Subscription Edition.

** no. 24 (June 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 24a Subscription edition.

___ no. 25 (July 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 25a Subscription edition.

___ no. 26 (Aug. 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 26a Subscription edition.

___ no. 27 (Sep. 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 27a Subscription edition.

** no. 28 (Oct. 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 28a Subscription edition.

** no. 29 (Nov. 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 29a Subscription edition.

** no. 30 (Dec. 1976.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 30a Subscription edition.

** no. 31 (Jan. 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 31a Subscription edition.

** no. 32 (Feb. 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 32a Subscription edition.

** no. 33 (Mar. 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 33a Subscription edition.

** no. 34 (Apr. 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 34a Subscription edition.

** no. 35 (May 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 35a Subscription edition.

** no. 36 (June 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 36a Subscription edition.

** no. 37 (July 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 37a Subscription edition.

** vol. 1, no.1 (July 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

__ no. 39 (Aug. 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1 no. 2.

** no. 40 (Sep. 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1 no. 3.

** no. 41 (Oct. 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1 no. 4.

** no. 42 (Nov. 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1 no. 5.

** no. 43 (Dec. 1977.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1 no. 6.

** no. 44 (Jan. 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1 no. 7.

** no. 45 (Feb. 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1 no. 8.

** no. 46 (Mar. 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1, no. 9.

** no. 47 (Apr. 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1, no. 10.

** no. 48 (May 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1, no. 11.

___ no. 49 (June 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1, no. 12.

___ no. 50 (July 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 1.

___ no. 51 (Aug. 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 2.

** no. 52 (Sep. 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 3.

** no. 53 (Oct. 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 4.

** no. 54 (Nov. 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 5.

** no. 55 (Dec. 1978.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 6.

** no. 56 (Jan. 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 7.

** no. 57 (Feb. 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 8.

** no. 58 (Mar. 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 9.

** no. 59 (Apr. 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 10.

** no. 60 (May 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 1 [sic, in fact vol. 2], no. 11.

___ no. 61 (June 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 2, no. 12.

** no. 62 (July 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 1.

___ no. 63 (Aug. 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 2.

** no. 64 (Sep. 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 3.

** no. 65 (Oct. 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 4.

** no. 66 (Nov. 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 5.

** no. 67 (Dec. 1979.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 6.

** no. 68 (Jan. 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 7.

** no. 69 (Feb. 1980) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 8.

** no. 70 (Mar. 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 9.

** no. 71 (Apr. 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 10.

** no. 72 (May 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 11.

___ no. 73 (June 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 3, no. 12.

** no. 74 (July 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 1.

___ no. 75 (Aug. 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 2.

** no. 76 (Sep. 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 3.

** no. 77 (Oct. 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 4.

** no. 78 (Nov. 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 5.

** no. 79 (Dec. 1980.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 6.

___ no. 80 (Jan. 1981.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 7.

** no. 81 (Feb. 1981.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 8.

___ no. 82 (Mar. 1981.) Count Morbida does not appear but is mentioned as due to return in the following issue.

** vol. 4, no. 9.

** no. 83 (Apr. 1981.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 10.

** no. 84 (May 1981.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 11.

** no. 85 (June 1981.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 4, no. 12.

___ no. 86 (July 1981.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 1.

___ no. 87 (Aug.1981.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 2.

___ no. 88 (Sep. 1981.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 3.

** no. 89 (Oct. 1981.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 4.

** no. 90 (Nov. 1981) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 5.

** no. 91 (Dec. 1981.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 6.

___ no. 92 (Jan. 1982.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 7.

** no. 93 (Feb. 1982.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 8.

___ no. 94 (Mar. 1982) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 5 no. 9.

___ no. 95 (Apr. 1982.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 10 (with error date “March 1982.”)

___ no. 96 (May 1982.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 11.

___ no. 97 (June 1982.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 5 no. 12.

___ no. 98 (July 1982.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 6 no. 1.

___ no. 99 (Aug. 1982.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 6 no. 2.

** no. 100 (Sep. 1982.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 6 no. 3.

** no. 101 (Oct. 1982.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 6 no. 4.

** no. 102 (Nov. 1982.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 6 no. 5.

** no. 103 (Dec. 1982.) “Wintertime Rebus.” 1p. v Count Morbida.

** vol. 6 no. 6.

___      no. 104 (Jan. 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 6 no. 7.

** no. 105 (Feb. 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 6 no. 8.

___ no. 106 (Mar. 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 6 no. 9.

** no. 107 (Apr. 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 6 no. 10.

___ no. 108 (May 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 6 no. 11.

___ no. 109 (June 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 6 no. 12.

___ no. 110 (July 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 7 no. 1.

___ no. 111 (Aug. 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 7 no. 2.

** no. 112 ( Sep. 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 7 no. 3.

___ no. 113 (Oct. 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** no. 114 (Nov. 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 7 no. 4.

___ no. 115 (Dec. 1983.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 7 no. 5.

** no. 116 (Jan. 1984.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 7 no. 6.

** no. 117 (Feb. 1984.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 7 no. 7.

___ no. 118 (Mar. 1984.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 7 no. 8.

** no. 119 (Apr. 1984.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 7 no. 9.

___ no. 120 (May 1984.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 7 no. 10.

___ no. 121 (June 1984.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 7 no. 11.

___ no. 122 (July 1984.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 7 no. 12.

** no. 123 (1984.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 8 no. 1.

** no. 124  (Oct. 1984.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 8 no. 2.

___ no. 125 (Nov. 1984.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 8 no. 3.

___ no. 126. “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 8 no. 4.

** no. 127 (1985.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 8 no. 5.

___ no. 128 (Mar. 1985.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

** vol. 8 no. 6.

___ no. 129 (Apr. 1985). “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 8 no. 7.

** no. 130 (May 1985.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 8 no. 8.

** no. 131 (June 1985.) “Count Morbida’s Monthly Puzzle Page.” 2p.

___ vol. 8 no. 9.

E

Eagle. Apple. b&w.

** no. 19 (Oct. 1988.) “Silent Nightmare” by Neil Vokes & Rich Rankin. 26p. v Unnamed.

Eagle. IPC Magazines Ltd. [U.K.] b&w.

** no. 5 (Apr. 24, 1982.) “The Collector: Mask of Evil” by Gerry Finley-Day and Gary Compton. Fumette. 4p. v various.

** no. 10 (May 29, 1982.) “The Collector: The 13th Victim” by Brian Burrell, Carin Simon and Pat Wright. Fumette. 4p. v Unnamed.

** n. n.. (July 3, 1982). “The Collector: Monster Maker” by Roy Preston & John Powell. 4p. Fumette. 4p. v Unnamed (cameo, in a picture.)

** no. 136 (Oct. 27, 1984.)  “Monster.” 4p. v Dracula.

** no. 258 (Feb. 28, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 2p. v Dracula.

** no. 259 (Mar. 7, 1987.) “Death Wish: A Face of Horror Was Soon to Face the Horror of Dracula!” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 4p. v Dracula. Dracula on cover.

** no. 260 (Mar. 14, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 261 (Mar. 21, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 262 (Mar. 28, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 263 (Apr. 4, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 264 (Apr. 11, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 265 (Apr. 18, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 266 (Apr. 25, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 267 (May 2, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 268 (May 9, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula and Susy.

** no. 269 (May 16, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 270 (May 23, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 271 (May 30, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 272 (June 6, 1987.) Dracula on front cover. “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula and Susy.

** no. 273 (June 13, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula and Susy.

** no. 274 (June 20, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 275 (June 27, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula and Susy.

** no. 276 (July 4, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula and Blake Edmonds.

** no. 277 (July 11, 1987.) “Death Wish” by C. Horton and Vanyo. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 318 (Apr. 23, 1988.) “Detective Zed.” 3p. v Dagon.

** no. 320 (May 7, 1988.) “Detective Zed.” 3p. v Dagon.

** no. 321 (May 14, 1988.) “Detective Zed.” 3p. v Dagon.

** no. 322 (May 21, 1988.) “Detective Zed.” 3p. v Dagon.

** no. 323 (May 28, 1988.) “Detective Zed.” 3p. v Dagon.

** no. 324 (June 4, 1988.) “Detective Zed.” 3p. v Dagon.

** no. 325 (June 11, 1988.) “Detective Zed.” 3p. v Dagon (does not appear, but is implicated in the story.)

** no. 326 (June 18, 1988.) “Detective Zed.” 3p. v Dagon.

** no. 328 (July 2, 1988.) “Ghost Squad.” 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 329 (July 9, 1988.) a. “Ghost Squad.” 3p. v Dracula. b. “Storm Force.” 3p. v vampire bats.

** no. 330 (July 16, 1988.) a. “Computer Warrior: Blood of Dracula.” 3p. v Dracula. b. “Storm Force.” 3p. v vampire bats.

** no. 331 (July 23, 1988.) a. “Computer Warrior: Blood of Dracula.” 3p. v Dracula. b. “Storm Force.” 3p. v vampire bats.

** no. 332 (July 30, 1988.) a. “Computer Warrior: Blood of Dracula.” 3p. v Dracula. b. “Storm Force.” 3p. v vampire bats.

** no. 333 (Aug. 6, 1988.) a. “Computer Warrior: Blood of Dracula.” 3p. v Dracula. b. “Storm Force.” 3p. v vampire bats. c. “Kid Cops.” 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 334 (Aug. 13, 1988.) a. “Computer Warrior: Blood of Dracula.” 3p. v Dracula. b. “Storm Force.” 3p. v vampire bats.

** no. 335 (Aug. 20, 1988.) a. “Computer Warrior: Blood of Dracula.” 3p. v Dracula. b. “Storm Force.” 3p. v vampire bats.

** no. 336 (Aug. 27, 1988.) “Storm Force.” 3p. v vampire bats.

** no. 337 (Sep. 3, 1988.) “Storm Force.” 3p. v vampire bats.

Note: Continued as The New Eagle.

Eagle Annual. IPC Magazines Ltd. [U.K.] hb.

** (1988.) “The Secret of Fort Hattersley.” 11p. Fumette. v various Unnamed.

EC Classic Reprints. East Coast Comics. rpt. mag.

** no. 7 (1986.) ”Two of a Kind” by Carl Wessler & Johnny Craig. 8p. v Willow [The Vault of Horror #26 (1952.)]

** no. 9 (1987.) ”A Little Stranger!” 8p. v Elicia [The Haunt of Fear #14 (1952.)]

** no. 11 (1988.) “Bats in My Belfry!” by Jack Davis. 8p. v Harry Gordon [Tales from the Crypt #24 (1951.)]

Echo of Future Past. Continuity Graphics. Fantasy anth.

** no. 1 (1984.) Part 1 (of 5.) “Frankenstein, Count Dracula, Werewolf” by Neal Adams. 8p. v Dracula.

** no. 2 (1984.) Part 2. “Frankenstein, Count Dracula, Werewolf.” 7p.

** no. 3 (Nov. 1984.) Part 3. “Frankenstein, Count Dracula, Werewolf.” 10p.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1985.) Part 4. “Frankenstein, Count Dracula, Werewolf.” 6p.

** no. 5 (Apr. 1985.) Part 5. “Frankenstein, Count Dracula, Werewolf.” 11p.

Story rpt. from The House of Hammer #18 (b&w., 1978.)

Eclipse. Eclipse Enterprises. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1982.) “Demon Chronicles” by Alex Simmons & James Sherman. 12p. v Rudolf Sinclair.

Eclipso. DC.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1993.) “Under Attack” by Keith Griffin & Luke McDonnell. 20p. v vampire bats.

Eclipso Annual. DC.

** no. 1 (1993.) “The Man Who Cracked” by Robert Loren Fleming & David G. Klein et al. 48p. v various.

Ed: the Happy Clown. Vortex [Canada.] tpb. rpt. tpb. anth.

** (1989.) By Chester Brown. 212p. v Josie. Includes issues #10-11 of Yummy Fur (1988.)

Eerie. Avon Periodicals. I. W. Enterprises. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 7 (Aug./Sep. 1952.) “Blood for the Vampire!” 8p. v Erik Lustveg [rpt. in Spellbound (Miller) #66 (n.d.)]

** no. 12 (Aug. 1953.) “Dracula.” 25p. v Dracula. Note: The first comic-book adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel [rpt. (in 3-D) as: Dracula 3-D (1992.)]

Eerie. Warren. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1965.) Small format. a. “Eerie’s Loathsome Lore” by Archie Goodwin & Bob Lubbers. Illus. Article. 1p. b. “The Invitation” by Englehart, Jones, and Whitman & Murray Stallman. 7p. v various. Cover: Jack Davis. Note: In the 1970s, several unauthorized reprints were made and distributed in the collector’s market.

** no. 3 (May 1966.) “Eerie’s Monster Gallery: The Vampire.” 1p. Article. Cover by Frank Frazetta.

** no. 4 (July 1966.) “Undying Love” by Donald Norman & Archie Goodwin. 6p. v Esmerellda. Cover: Gray Morrow.

** no. 5 (Sep. 1966.) “Vampire Slayer” by Archie Goodwin & Joe Orlando. 8p. v Count Vryolak [rpt. in #18.] Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 8 (Mar. 1967.) “Type Cast!” by Archie Goodwin & Jerry Grandenetti. 8p. v Roland Bryce, pasudo-vampire [rpt. in Creepy #24 (1968;) Famous Monsters of Filmland #60 (1969.)] Cover: Frank Frazetta.

** no. 9 (May 1967.) “Fair Exchange” by Archie Goodwin & Neal Adams. 9p. [rpt. in #125.] Cover: Dan Adkins.

** no. 11 (Sep. 1967.) a. “First Blood” by Archie Goodwin & Eugene Colan. 6p. v Peter Grimes. b. “The Monster from One Million B.C.” by Tom Sutton. 8p. v Count Dracula [rpt. in Famous Monsters of Filmland #48 (1968;) Monster Scene #1 (1991.)] Cover: Joe Orlando.

** no. 12 (Nov. 1967.) “Vampyrus!” by Jeff Jones. 7p. v Kaiser. Cover: Dan Adkins.

** no. 14 (Apr. 1968.) a. “Blood and Orchids” by Archie Goodwin & Al McWilliams. 7p. v blood-sucking orchids [Creepy #4 (1965.)] b. “Pursuit of the Vampire!” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 6p. v various [Creepy #1 (1964.)] Cover: Vic Prezio.

** no. 15 (June 1968.) “Wardrobe of Monsters!” by Otto Binder & Gray Morrow. 9p. v Arnold Baxter. Cover: Vic Prezio.

** no. 16 (July 1968.) “Dracula’s Guest” by Bram Stoker. Adapted by E. Nelson Bridwell & Frank Bolle. 7p. v Dracula [Christopher Lee’s Treasury of Terror (1966.)] Cover: Barry Rockwell.

** no. 17 (Sep. 1968.) “The Final Solution” by Raymond Maris & Tony Williamsune [pseudonym of Tony Tallarico.] 8p. v Unnamed. Cover: Barry Rockwell.

** no. 18 (Nov. 1968.) “Vampire Slayer” by Archie Goodwin & Joe Orlando. 8p. v Count Vryolak [#5.] Cover: Tom Sutton.

** no. 19 (Dec. 1968.) Vampire cover: Alan Willow. No vampire content.

** no. 20 (Mar. 1969.) “Fall of the House of Usher” by Edgar Allan Poe. Adapted by Tom Sutton. 11p. v Roderick. Cover: H. B. Harris.

** no. 21 (May 1969.) a. “Fatal Diagnosis” by Bill Parente & Ernie Colon. 6p. v various. b. “House of Fiends!” by Archie Goodwin & Jerry Grandenetti. 8p. v Camilla. Cover: Vic Prezio [rpt. in Eerie Greatest Hits (1994.)]

** no. 22 (July 1969.) “Permanent Members!” by Bill Parente & Tom Sutton. 7p. v Toby. Cover: Vic Prezio.

** no. 23 (Sep. 1969.) “Space Age Vampire” by James Haggenmiller & Mike Royer. 8p. v A vampire tries to travel in time.

** no. 24 (Nov. 1969.) a. “Checkmate” by Ron Parker & Tony Williamsune. 8p. v Unnamed. b. “Dracula’s Guest” by Bram Stoker. Adapted by E. Nelson Bridwell & Frank Bolle. 7p. v Dracula [Christopher Lee’s Treasury of Terror (1966.)] c. “Pursuit of the Vampire!” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 6p. v various [Creepy #1 (1964.)] Cover: Vic Prezio.

** no. 25 (Jan. 1970.) a. “Hijack to Horror” by R. Michael Rosen & Tony Williamson. 6p. v various. b. “Isle of the Vrukolakas” by Don Glut & Ernie Colon. 5p. v Basil. c. “Mistake!” by Buddy Saunders & Bill Black. 5p. v Joe (mistaken for a vampire.) d. “Southern Exposure” by Bill Parente & Tom Sutton. 5p. v Tanya. e. “To Pay the Piper!” by Larry Ivie & Eugene Colan. 6p. v various. f. Eerie Monster Gallery “Vampire!” by Bill Parente & Tony Williansune. 1p. v Unnamed. Illus. Article. Cover: James Steranko.

** no. 26 (Mar. 1970.) “Cyked-Out” by Ken Dixon & Jack Sparling. 8p. v Crazy Eddie. Cover: Basel Gogos & Vaughn Bodé.

** no. 30 (Nov. 1970.) “I, Werewolf” by Ken Barr. 9p. v Kargos. Cover: Basil Gogos.

** no. 32 (Mar. 1971.) “Superhero!” by Steve Skeates & Tom Sutton. 6p. v Crime Crusher. Cover: Richard Corben.

** no. 38 (Feb. 1972.) “Stake in the Game” by Douglas Moench & Gual. 10p. v Dr. Richard Hauser. Cover: Ken Kelly.

** no. 40 (June 1972.) a. Eerie’s Monster Gallery “Dracula’s Castle” by Fred Ott & Auraleon. 1p. v Dracula. b. “Pity the Grave Digger” by Buddy Saunders & Auraleon. 6p. v various [rpt. in #51.] Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 44 (Dec. 1972.) “Everlasting Mortality” by Douglas Moench & Jerry Grandenetti. 5p. v various. Cover : Luis Dominguez.

** no. 45 (Feb. 1973.) a. “Maneater” by Steve Skeates & Rubio. 7p. v Unnamed. b. Eerie’s Monster Gallery “Vlad the Impaler” by Fred Ott & Auraleon. 2p. v Vlad the Impaler. Cover: Luis Dominguez.

** no. 46 (Mar. 1973.) a. “Dracula” by Dube & Tom Sutton. 12p. v Dracula. b. “Planet of the Werewolves” by Gerry Boudreau & Reed Crandall. 9p. v various. c. “Portrait of Dracula” by Fred Ott & Auraleon. Illus. Article. 2p. Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 47 (Apr. 1973.) a. “Enter the Dead-Thing!” by Bill DuBay & Tom Sutton. 11p. v Dracula. b. “Lilith” by Nicola Cuti & Jaime Brocal. 17p. v Lilith. Cover: Luis Dominguez.

** no. 48 (June 1973.) “The Son of Dracula” by Bill DuBay and Rich Buckler. 11p. v Dracula. Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 49 (July 1973.) “Dax the Warrior: The Vampire” by Esteban Maroto. 8p. v Walenka. Cover: Enrich.

** no. 50 (Aug. 1973.) a. “Genesis of Depravity!” by Doug Moench & Ramon Torrents. 5p. v Dracula and Satana. Origin of Dracula. b. “The Creepy Crawly Castle Game” conceived by Bill DuBay. 2p. Game. v Vampire cameo. Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 51 (Sep. 1973.) a. “The Curse of Kali!” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 7p. v Lieutenant Smythe. b. “Pity the Grave Digger” by Buddy Saunders & Auraleon. 6p. v various [#40.] Cover: Sanjulian.

** no. 73 (Mar. 1976.) “Tombspawn: Day of the Vampire 1992” by Gerry Boudreau & Gonzalo Mayo. 8p. v various [rpt. in Strange Stories of Vampires Comix (1978.)] Cover: Ken Kelly.

** no. 80 (Jan. 1977.) “Tombspawn: Pieces of Hate” by Gerry Boudreau & Gonzalo Mayo. 8p. v various. Cover: Ken Kelly.

** no. 82 (Mar. 1977.) “The Game is Afoot” by Gerry Boudreau & Carmine Infantino and Gonzalo Mayo. 9p. v various. Cover: Luis Berejo & Bill DuBay.

** no. 82a Canadian edition (price $1.50 rather than $1.25.)

** no. 93 (June 1978.) Part 1 (of 3.) “Honor and Blood” by Nicola Cuti & Leo Duranona. 10p. v various. Cover: Don Maitz.

** no. 93a Canadian edition (price $1.50 rather than $1.25.)

** no. 94 (Aug. 1978.) a. Part 2. “Honor and Blood” Misnumbered “Part 3.” 8p. b. Part 1, The Rook. “The Coming of the Annihilator” by Bill DuBay & Luis Bermejo. 12p. v Vampirella. Cover: Don Maitz.

** no. 94a Canadian edition (price $1.50 rather than $1.25.)

** no. 95 (Sep. 1978.) Part 2, The Rook. “Warriors from the Stars” by Bill DuBay & Luis Bermejo. 12p. v Vampirella. Cover: Penalva.

** no. 95a Canadian edition (price $1.75 rather than $1.50.)

** no. 98 (Jan. 1979.) Part 3. “Honor and Blood.” 8p. Cover: Pat Woodroffe.

** no. 98a Canadian edition (price $1.50 rather than $1.25.)

** no. 99 (Feb. 1979.) “Harrow House” by Buce Jones & Jose Ortiz. 10p. v Gretchen Whiting. Cover: Penalva.

** no. 99a Canadian edition (price $1.75 rather than $1.50.)

** no. 124 (Sep. 1981.) Dracula cover by Frank Frazetta.

** no. 124a Canadian edition (price $2.25 rather than $2.00.)

** no. 125 (Oct. 1981.) a. “Curse of the Vampire!” by Archie Goodwin & Neal Adams. 8p. v Paul Gordon [Creepy #14 (1967.)] b. “Fair Exchange” by Archie Goodwin & Neal Adams. 8p. v various [#9.] Cover: Richard Corben.

** no. 125a Canadian edition (price $2.50 rather than $2.25.)

** no. 127 (Dec. 1981.) “Reuben Youngblood” by Budd Lewis & Howard Chaykin. 10p. v Count Maximilian. Cover: Nestor Redondo.

** no. 127a Canadian edition (price $2.25 rather than $2.00.)

** no. 130 (Apr. 1982.) “Vampirella and the Time Force!” by Rich Margopoulos & E. R. Cruz. 60p. v Vampirella. Vampirella cover by Fastner & Larson.

** no. 130a Canadian edition (price $2.25 rather than $2.00.)

Eerie. Gold Star [U.K.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

** no. 1 (1972.) a. “Wardrobe of Monsters!” by Otto Binder & Gray Morrow. 9p. v Arnold Baxter [Eerie (Warren) #15 (1968.)] b. “Swamped” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 8p. v various [Creepy #3 (1965.)]

** no. 4 (1973.) "Vampires Fly at Dusk" by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall. 6p. v Elena [Creepy #1 (1964.)]

Eerie. Murray [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 4 (n.d.) “Planet of the Werewolves” by Gerry Boudreau & Reed Crandall. 9p. v various [Eerie (Warren) #46 (1973.)]

** no. 7 (1974.) a. “Enter the Dead-Thing!” by Bill DuBay & Tom Sutton. 12p. v Dracula [Eerie (Warren) #47 (1973.)] b. “Everlasting Mortality” by Douglas Moench & Jerry Grandenetti. 5p. v various [Eerie (Warren) #44 (1972.)]

** no. 9 (n.d.) “Genesis of Depravity!” by Doug Moench & Ramon Torrents. 7p. v Satana, Daughter of Satan and mother of all vampires [Eerie (Warren) #50 (1975.)]

** no. 10 (1974.) Eerie’s Monster Gallery “Vlad the Impaler” by Fred Ott & Auraleon. 2p. v Vlad Tepes [Eerie (Warren) #45 (1973.)]

___ no. 11 (n.d. [1970s.]) “The Son of Dracula” by Bill DuBay and Rich Buckler. 11p. v Dracula.

** no. 19 (n.d.) “The Curse of Kali!” by Archie Goodwin & Angelo Torres. 7p. v Lieutenant Smythe [Eerie (Warren) #51 (1973.)]

___ no. 23 (n.d. [1970s.]) “Pity the Grave Digger” by Buddy Saunders & Auraleon. 6p. v various [Eerie (Warren) #40 (1972.)]

___ no. 27 (n.d. [1970s.]) “Tombspawn: Day of the Vampire 1992” by Gerry Boudreau & Gonzalo Mayo. 8p. v various [Eerie (Warren) #73 (1976.)]

** no. 29 (n.d.) “The Game is Afoot” by Gerry Boudreau & Carmine Infantino and Gonzalo Mayo. 9p. v various [Eerie (Warren) #82 (1977.)]

Eerie Adventures. Approved Comics (Ziff-Davis.) Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 1 (Win. 1951.) “Vampires of Venus.” 8p. v various.

Eerie Greatest Hits. Harris. b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1994.) “House of Fiends!” by Archie Goodwin & Jerry Grandenetti. 8p. v Camilla [Eerie #21 (1969.)]

Eerie Tales. Hastings Associates, Inc. b&w. Horror anth.

___ vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 1959.) a. “The Stalker” by Gray Morrow. v Pseudo-vampire cameo. b. “The Suckspect.” v Queen Sza Sza.

** no. 12 (1964.) “The Monster from the Pit.” 7p. v the Grahku.

EH! Charlton. anth. Satire. Pre-code.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1953.) “The House of Whacks!” 6p. Elmer Vampire et al.

80-Page Giant. D.C.

** no. 12 (July 1965.) “The Winged Bat-People.” 8p. v The Bat-People [Batman #116 (1958.)]

The Electric Company Magazine. Children’s Television Workshop. Mag.

** no. 69 (Oct. 1980.) a. “Bats in the Belfry”. 1p. (back cover.) v Dracula. b. “Haunted House Hunt” (game) by Bill Basso. 3p. v Dracula’s coffin (Dracula is not depicted; he is “out to lunch.”) c. “Spidey Super Stories: The Make-Believe Monsters!” by Steven Grant & Jim Mooney. 5p. v Dracula (in fact, an illusion created by the Green Goblin) w Spider-Man.

Elementals. Comico. First series.

** no. 14 (June 1987.) “Life Styles of the Dead and Famous” by Bill Willingham & Jack Herman. 26p. v Stanley Swartzberg/Shadow-spear/Captain Cadaver.

** no. 16 (Aug. 1987.) “Vampire Blues.” 26p.

** no. 17 (Sep. 1987.) “The Adventures of Captain Cadaver” by Bill Willingham & Jack Herman. 26p.

Elementals. Comico. Second series.

** no. 7 (Sep. 1989.) “Different Worlds” by Bill Willingham & Mike Leeke. 26p. v various vampires, created by Captain Cadaver.

** no. 9 (Nov. 1989.) “If I Had a Hammer. . .” 25p. v Captain Cadaver.

** no. 10 (Dec. 1989.) “The Oblivion War.” 26p.

Elementals: The Vampire’s Revenge. Comico.

** no. 1 (June 1996.) By Bill Willingham & Kelly McQuain and Neil E. Trais. 24p. v Drak Circle. Cover: Marat Mychaels.

** no. 1a Alternate cover.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1996.) 24p. Cover: Marat Mychaels.

Elseworlds 80-Page Giant. DC.

___ no. 1 (1999.) “Scandalgate” by Tom Peyer & Ty Templeton. 2p. v Silver Banshee.

Elson’s Presents. Elson’s – DC. anth. rpt.

** no. 3 (1981.) a. “Blood and Gold” by Bill Kelley & Jack Sparling and Vince Coletta. 7p. v Dracula [Secrets of Haunted House #32 (1981.)] b. “Those Who Pass Judgment!” by Bob Rozakis & Dan Spiegle et al. 8p. v Judge Kobold [Secrets of Haunted House #32 (1981.)]

Note: A reprint of DC stories from various titles in an exclusive edition for Elson’s News and Gift Shops.

Elvira Mistress of the Dark. Marvel. mag. Movie Tie-in.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1988.) By Sid Jacobs & Ernie Colón. 44p. v various. Cover: Joe Jusko.

Adaptation of Elvira Mistress of the Dark New World Pictures, 1988. Dir. James Signorelli.

Elvira: Mistress of the Dark. Claypool Comics. b&w. Satire anth.

** no. 9 (Jan. 1994.) “Film Noir” By Kurt Busiek and Richard Howell & Cynthia Martin. 8p. v various.

** no. 10 (Feb. 1994.) “Spook-Off” by Richard Howell & James Fry. 15p. v Pseudo-vampire [rpt. in Elvira: Mistress of the Dark. “Comic Milestones!” (1996.)]

** no. 13 (May 1994.) “Elvira Meets Renfield & Stempfield & Their Boss: Or, The Children of the Night. . . What Cruddy TV Shows They Make” by Kurt Busiek & Neil Vokes. 15p. v Count Dracula [rpt. in Elvira: Mistress of the Dark: Double Delights (2000.)]

** no. 14 (June 1994.) a. “High-Camp” by Richard Howell & Jim Mooney. 8p. v Count Dracula, cameo. b. Part 1 (of 2.) “You Drive Me Ape, Ya Big Gorilla” by Frank Strom & Tom Simonton et al. 15p.

** no. 15 (July 1994.) Part 2. “You Drive Me Ape, Ya Big Gorilla” 15p. v Ms. Knight.

** no. 18 (Oct. 1994.) “There’s One Born Every Minute” by Frank Strom & Tom Simonton. 15p. v Dracula.

** no. 19 (Nov. 1994.) “Witness for the Prosecution” by Frank Strom & Tom Simonton. 15p. v Cameo.

** no. 20 (Dec. 1994.) “Something Wicked This Way Hops” by Frank Strom & Tom Simonton. 15p. v Chinese hopping vampire.

** no. 27 (July 1995.) Part 1. “Back to the Bloodbank” by Mougin, Cockrum, Mooney, Dorne and Howell. 8p. v Teen-age Dracula.

** no. 28 (Aug. 1995.) Part 2. “Back to the Bloodbank” 8p.

** no. 29 (Sep. 1995.) Part 3. “Back to the Bloodbank.” 8p.

** no. 32 (Dec. 1995.) “The Curse of Coffinwood.” 15p. Satire of Dark Shadows.

** no. 33 (Jan. 1996.) “Night of Dark Houses” by Richard Howell & James Fry III and Yvonne Mojica. 15p. v Blunderbus Coffins (Barnabas Collins.) Satire of Dark Shadows.

** no. 34 (Feb. 1996.) “If You Can’t Beat `Em” by Frank Strom & Tom Simonton. 15p. v Trampirella.

** no. 46 (Feb. 1997.) Part 1. “To Skelloween and Back” by Lou Mougin & David Day. 8p. v Bela.

** no. 47 (Mar. 1997.) Part 2. “To Skelloween and Back” by Lou Mougin & David Day. 8p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 48 (Apr. 1997.) Part 3. “To Skelloween and Back” by Lou Mougin & David Day. 8p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 49 (May 1997.) Part 4. “To Skelloween and Back” by Lou Mougin & David Day. 8p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 50 (June 1997.) Part 5. “To Skelloween and Back” by Lou Mougin & David Day. 8p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 51 (July 1997.) Part 6. “To Skelloween and Back” by Lou Mougin & David Day. 8p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 54 (Oct. 1997.) “Role Models” by Frank Strom & John Heebink. 23p. v various.

** no. 56 (Dec. 1997.) “A Christmas Staking” by Frank Strom & Tod Smith. 23p. v Dracula.

** no. 60 (Apr. 1998.) “Deadbeats” by Richard Howell & Tod Smith. 15p. v The Deadbeats.

** no. 63 (July 1998.) “Hell in the Form of a Question” by Frank Strom & Tod Smith. 15p. v Dracula’s Daughter.

** no. 78 (Oct. 1999.) “The World of Suzy Fang” by Frank Strom & Tod Smith. 15p. c. Shayde (satire of Blade the Vampire Slayer,) Suzy Fang.

Continuing series

Elvira: Mistress of the Dark. “Comic Milestones!” Claypool Comics. rpt. tpb. anth.

** (1996.) “Spook-Off” by Richard Howell & James Fry. 15p. v Pseudo-vampire [Elvira: Mistress of the Dark #10 (1994.)]

Elvira: Mistress of the Dark. “Double Delights!” Claypool Comics. b&w. rpt. Tp.

** (May 2000.) “Elvira Meets Renfield & Stempfield & Their Boss: Or, The Children of the Night. . . What Cruddy TV Shows They Make” by Kurt Busiek & Neil Vokes. 15p. v Count Dracula [Elvira: Mistress of the Dark #13 (1994.)]

Elvira’s House of Mystery. DC.

** no. 10 (Dec. 1986.) Vampire on cover. No vampire content.

E-Man. Charlton.

** vol. 2, no. 3 (June 1974.) “The Energy Crisis!” by Nicola Cuti & Joe Staton. 16p. v The Battery, an energy-draining psychic vampire [rpt. in E-Man (Modern Comics) #3 (1978.)]

E-Man. Modern Comics.

** no. 3 (1978.) “The Energy Crisis!” by Nicola Cuti & Joe Staton. 16p. v The Battery, an energy-draining psychic vampire [E-Man (Charlton) vol. 2 no. 3 (1974.)]

E-Man. Comico.

** vol. 3, no. 1 (Sep. 1989.) “Quark and the Real World” by Nicola Cuti & Joe Staton. 23p. v Vamfire.

** vol. 4, no. 1 (Jan. 1990.) “Disparately Seeking Vamfire.” 24p.

** vol. 4, no. 2 (Feb. 1990.) “The Price of Paradise.” 24p.

** vol. 4, no. 3 (Mar. 1990.) “Lair of the Dark Things.” 24p.

Embrace. London Night. b&w.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1996.) By Everette Hartsoe & Rick Lyon. 22p. v Hart/Embrace.

** no. 1a Photo cover.

** no. 1b Ministry edition. Chromium cover.

Embrace: Hunger of the Flesh. London Night. b&w.

** no. 1 (July 1997.) “Hunger of the Flesh” by David Quinn and Dan Membiela & Kevin West, 20p. v Hart/Embrace.

** no. 1a Hot edition.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1997.) “Original Sin” by Dan Membiela & Dusty Griffin. 20p.

** no. 2a Nude edition.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1997.) “Vampire Vengeance.” 20p.

** no. 3a Nude edition.

Endless Torment. Gredown [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d.) “Silver Bullets for a Detective” by F. E. Jimenez & E. Canos. 17p. v Mrs. Benton. Transl. from Spanish. Vampire cover.

Eroticrypt. Adam Post. b&w. Adult.

___ no. 1 (1998.) By Ellis Bell & C. Foulds. 19p. v Candace, Simone, Alexandra.

** no. 1a Nude "Demon Bitch & Vampire Girls" Cover.

Essential Wolverine. Marvel. tpb. rpt. b&w.

** no. 1 (1990.) a. “Basics!” 22p. v Bloodscream [Wolverine #17 (1989.)] b. Part 3, The Gehenna Stone Affair. “Blood Ties.” 22p. [Wolverine #13 (1989.)] c. “Bloodsport” by Chris Claremont & John Buscema. 22p. v Bloodsport [later known as Bloodscream, a vampire-like assassin: Wolverine #4 (1989.)] d. Part 1, The Gehenna Stone Affair. “Brother’s Keeper” by Peter David & John Buscema. 23p. v various, Ba’al, Ernst, Jarocha [Wolverine #11 (1989.)] e. Part 6, The Gehenna Stone Affair. “Electric Warriors.” 24p. [Wolverine #16 (1989.)] f. Part 4, The Gehenna Stone Affair. “Flying Wolves.” 23p. [Wolverine #14 (1989.)] g. “Hunter’s Moon!” by Chris Claremont & John Buscema. 22p. v Bloodsport [Wolverine #5 (1989.)] h. Part 5, The Gehenna Stone Affair. “Homecoming.” 21p. [Wolverine #15 (1989.)] i. “If It Ain’t Broke. . !” 22p. v Bloodsport [Wolverine #8 (1989.)] l. “Mr. Fixit Comes to Town.” 22p. v Bloodsport [Wolverine #7 (1989.)] m. “Roughouse!” by Chris Claremont & John Buscema. 22p. v Bloodsport [Wolverine #6 (1989.)] n. Part 2, The Gehenna Stone Affair. “Straits of San Francisco.” 22p. [Wolverine #12 (1989.)]

Essential X-Men. Marvel. tpb. rpt.

** vol. 3 (1998.) “Night Screams” by Chris Claremont & Bill Sienkiewicz. 23p. v Dracula [The Uncanny X-Men 159 (1982.)]

Eternal Romance. Best Destiny. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1977.) a. “Till Death Do Us Part!” by Janet L. Hetherington. 10p. v Carrie. b. “Togetherness” by Janet L. Hetherington. 13p. v Vlad (Dracula.) Cover: Janet Hetherington.

** no. 2 (May 1977.) a. “My Phantom Lover.” 8p. v Destine. b. “The Mummy’s Boy.” 5p. v Destine. c. “Once Bitten, Twice Shy!” 8p. v Destine. Cover: Janet Hetherington.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1997.) a. “The Ghost of New Year’s Past.” 1p. v Destine. b. “Kiss of Death.” 10p. v Destine. Cover: Janet Hetherington.

** no. 4 (July 1998.) “Destine’s Scream Date” by Janet L. Hetherington. 10p. v Alan Sangfroid. Cover: Janet Hetherington.

Eternal Romance Sketch Book. Best Destiny. b&w.

** no. 1 (Sum. 1998.) Art portfolio. Limited to 250 copies.

Eternal Thirst. Hammac Publications. Alpha Productions from no. 3 onward.

** no. 1 (1989.) “Treachery” by J. MacNaughton & Hector Diaz. 30p. v Kat Dumont et al.

** no. 2 (1989.) “Turnabout” by Hector Diaz & Alan Larsen. 24p.

** no. 3 (1990.) By J. MacNaughton & Myke Maldonado. 20p.

** no. 4 (1990.) By J. MacNaughton & Christopher Mills. 24p.

** no. 5 (1990.) By Christopher Mills. 25p.

Note: The first two of this title’s five issues were published by Hammac Publications which went out of business and was superseded by Alpha Productions.

Eternal Thirst. Polyventura.

** no. 0 (1993) “Treachery” by J. MacNaughton & Hector Diaz. 30p. v Kat Dumont et al. [Eternal Thirst (Hammac) #1 (1989.)]

Eternal Warrior. Valiant.

** no. 6 (Jan. 1993.) “Time & Space” by Barry Windsor-Smith. 21p. v Alexandre Darque, a psychic vampire feeding on soul. Cover : Barry Windsor-Smith.

** no. 7 (Feb. 1993.) “Space & Time” by Barry Windsor-Smith. 21p. v Alexandre Darque.

** no. 9 (Apr. 1993.) “When Hell Froze Over” by Mark Moretti. 22p. v Alexandre Darque.

** no. 10 (May 1993.) “Child’s Play” by Mark Moretti. 22p. v Alexandre Darque (discussed but not seen.)

** no. 17 (Dec. 1993.) “Blood Money” by Mark Moretti, Kevin VanHook & Ted Halsted. 21p. v Alexandre Darque. Cover: Mark Moretti.

** no. 18 (Jan. 1994.) “Blood Desert Rose” by Kevin VanHook & Ted Halsted. 21p. v Alexandre Darque.

** no. 19 (Feb. 1994.) “Desert Mirage” by Kevin VanHook & Ted Halsted. 21p. v Alexandre Darque (discussed but not seen.)

** no. 22 (May 1994.) “A Little Knowledge…” by James Perham & Andrew Wendel. 21p. v Alexandre Darque.

** no. 26 (Aug. 1994.) Flip book with Archer & Armstrong no. 26. “Risen from the Dead” by Kevin VanHook & Ted Halsted (pp. 1-17.) By Mike Baron & Mike Vosburg. (pp. 18-33.) v Alexandre Darque (discussed but not seen.)

Eternally Yours. Best Destiny. b&w. tpb. anth.

** (2000.) by Janet L. Hetherington. 95p. v Destine.

Eternally Yours Sneak Peak. Best Destiny. b&w.

___ Ashcan edition. (2000.) “Too Much at Stake” by Janet L. Hetherington. 8p. v Destine.

Evangeline. Autumn Turkel. b&w. mag.

___ no. 1 (1993.) By T. M. Lowe. 7p. v Evangeline.

Single issue, privately published and distributed.

Evil Ernie: Baddest Battle (That Never Happened.) Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1997.) Portfolio. v Purgatori, Chastity. Cover: Justiniano.

** no. 1a Splatterfest premium edition.

Evil Ernie: Destroyer. Chaos! Comics.

** Preview (Sep. 1997.) “Destroyer Preview” by Kyle Hotz. v Chastity. Cover: Stephen Hughes.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1997.) “Born to Be While” by Brian Pulido and Philip Nutman & Kyle Hotz. 24p. v Chastity. Cover: Steven Hughes. Back cover: Kyle Hotz.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1997.) “Everyone Comes to the Freak Show.” 24p.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1997.) “Psycho Candy.” 24p.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1998.) “Overkill.” 22p.

** no. 5 (Feb. 1998.) “Welcome to My Nightmare.” 22p.

** no. 6 (Mar. 1998.) “Atomic Punk.” 22p.

** no. 7 (Apr. 1998.) “Set the World Afire.” 22p.

** no. 8 (May 1998.) “Motor City Is Burning.” 20p.

** no. 9 (June 1998.) “Tyranny and Mutation.” 22p.

Evil Ernie Monthly. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 (July 1998.) Vampire Vengeance, part 1. “A Stranger on the Town” by Brian Pulido and Philip Nutman & David Brewer. 22p. v Purgatori, Chastity. Cover: David Brewer.

** no. 1a Virgin cover: Kelly Jones and Kyle Hotz.

___ no. 1b Octagon edition. Limited to 8 copies.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1998.) Vampire Vengeance, part 2. “L.A. Woman.” 22p. Cover: David Brewer.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1998.) Vampire Vengeance, part 3. “Helter Skelter.” 22p. Cover: David Brewer.

** no. 4 (Oct. 1998.) Part 1. “Fear Itself” by Phil Nutman & Dave Brewer. 22p. v Purgatori. Cover: David Brewer.

** no. 5 (Nov. 1998.) Part 2. “Fear Itself.” 22p. Cover: David Brewer.

** no. 6 (Dec. 1998.) Part 3. “Fear Itself.” 22p. Cover: David Brewer.

** no. 7 (Jan. 1998.) “Christmas Evil” by Phil Newman & Dave Brewer. 22p. v Purgatori.

Evil Ernie : Revenge. Chaos! Comics.

___ Ashcan. By Brian Pulido and Steven Hughes. Cover: Steven Hughes. Limited to 1,500 copies.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1994.) “Black Yesterday for All Eternity” by Brian Pulido and Steven Hughes. 22p. Cover: Steven Hughes. First appearance of Purgatori.

** no. 1a Master of Annihilation premium edition. Limited to 10,000 copies.

** no. 1b Comic Cavalcade Commemorative edition. Cover: Steven Hughes. Limited to 4,000 copies.

** no. 1c White “Master of Annihilation” edition. Limited to 450 copies.

** no. 1d Commemorative edition. Signed and numbered. Limited to 4,000 copies.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1994.) “For Whom the Bell Tolls.” 24p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 2a Dynamic Forces edition. Limited to 500 copies.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1995.) “Disposable Assassin.” 24p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1995.) “Master of Annihilation.” 24p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

Rpt. as tpb. in Evil Ernie Revenge! (1995.)

Evil Ernie Revenge ! Chaos! Comics. rpt. tpb.

** (1995.) By Brian Pulido & Steven Hughes. Cover: Steven Hughes. 102p. Includes the 4 issues of Evil Ernie: Revenge (1994-1995.)

Evil Ernie: Straight to Hell. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 Prologue (Sep. 1995.) Wizard exclusive ashcan. By Brian Pulido & Justiniano. 9p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 1a Wizard gold edition.

** Ashcan Preview no. 1 (Oct. 1995.) By Brian Pulido & Justiniano. 24p. v Purgatori, Chastity. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1995.) “Beyond the Black.” 25p. v Chastity. Cover: Steven Hughes. Back cover: Jim McHugh.

** no. 1a Chromium Premium edition. Cover: Justiano. Limited to 10,000 copies.

___ no. 1b Octagon edition. Limited to 8 copies, each with an original drawing.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1995.) “I’ll Hate You Better.” 24p. v Chastity. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1996.) “Heartbreaker.” 24p. v Chastity. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 3a Alternate Chastity cover: Justiniano.

** no. 4 (Mar. 1996.) “Arrival.” 24p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 5 (May 1996.) “Hell to Pay.” 24p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 5x Error edition. Logo in white, pages out of order.

Evil Ernie vs The Movie Monsters. Chaos! Comics.

** (March 1997.) Story by Phil Nutman & Greg Luzniak. 30p. v Dracula. Cover: Justiniano & Jason Jensen.

___ Premium Limited Edition. Cover: Brad Parker.

Evil Ernie: War of the Dead. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 3 (Jan. 2000.) Chaos! 1993-1999 Memorial Edition. Vampire cover: David Brewer.

Evil Eye. Fantagraphics Books. b&w. Adult.

** no. 5 (Mar. 2000.) Vampire cover.

The Evil Eye. Gredown [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d.) “Gipsy Revenge” by S. Duran & J. Machado. 16p. v Glenda and her father, Chera. Transl. from Spanish.

Excalibur. Marvel.

** no. 30 (Late Oct. 1990.) “T’was a Dark and Stormy Night…” by Dana Moreshead & David Ross and Allen Milgrom. 23p. v Meggan.

Exciting Comics. Better Publications. Pre-code anth.

** no. 54 (Mar. 1957.) “The Black Terror: Vampire Vines.” 11p. v “vampire vines” (created by a mad botanist.)

Exposure. Image.

** Preview (1999.) “Spirit Whirled” by David Campiti & Al Rio. 12p. v various.

** Preview Foil cover. Another Universe Exclusive.

** no. 1 (1999.) “Black Sabbath” by David Campiti & Al Rio. 29p. v various.

** no. 1a Alternate cover. Another Universe.

** no. 1b Digital photo alternative cover.

Extra Special Cracked See: Cracked Annuals.

F

Fables for Winged Children. New Comers Publishing. b&w.

___ no. 2 (1996.) “Templeton” by Dale Mitchell. 24p. v various.

The Fallen. NBM Publishing. Oversize format. tpb.

** (1999.) By Miran Kim & David Aaron Clark. 44p.

Fallen Angel. Ace. b&w.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1977.) a. “Gothic Moon” by Kevin Santiago & Jay Juch. 12p. v Unnamed. b. “Quoth the Raven” by Kevin Santiago & Jay Juch. 12p. v Alexis.

Famous Monsters of Filmland. Warren. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 29 (July 1964.) “Scared Silly!” by Arnold Drake & Bob Oksner. 24p. v Bela Le Ghouli and a gangster masquerade as “Count Drinkula.” Bela Lugosi/Dracula satire [Adventures of Jerry Lewis #83 (1964.)]

** no. 32 (Mar. 1965.) “Horror of Dracula” by Russ Jones and Joe Orlando. 7p. Fumette. v Dracula. Cover: Christopher Lee.

** no. 48 (Feb. 1968.) “The Monster from One Billion B.C.” by Tom Sutton. 8p. v Dracula [Eerie #11 (1967.)]

** no. 50 (July 1968.) “Horror of Dracula” by Russ Jones & Joe Orlando. 7p. v Dracula. Note: Adaptation of Horror of Dracula. Hammer Studios, 1958.

** no. 59 (Nov. 1969.) “No Fair” by Bill Parente & Tom Sutton. 6p. v various [Creepy #22 (1968.)] Cover: “Barnabas Collins” by Basil Gogos.

** no. 60 (Dec. 1969.) “Type Cast!” by Archie Goodwin & Jerry Grandenetti. 8p. v Roland Bryce, pseudo-vampire [Eerie #8 (1967.)]

** no. 80 (Jan. 1972.) “Blood of Krylon” by Archie Goodwin & Fray Morrow. 6p. v Remick [Creepy #7 (1966.)]

Fanboy. Leonine Press. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (1989.) “Fang!” by Doug Holverson. 1p. v Unnamed.

Fandom’s Finest Comics. Hamster Press. tpb. anth.

** (1997.) “My Encounter with Dracula” by Robert Crumb. 7p. v Dracula [(Foo! #2 (1958.)]

Fang. Tangram. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (1991.) “Monsters” by Brian K. Pusillo. 16p. Text. v Dracula. Inside back cover art by Orin Scott.

Fang. Sirius Entertainment.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1995.) By Kevin J. Taylor. 30p. v Madame Blood et al. c. Fang, Vampire Chaser.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1995.) “Tribulations.” 26p.

** no. 3 (July 1995.) “Faith.” 32p.

Fangoria. O’Quinn Studios. mag.

** no. 6 (June 1980.) “Introducing… Count Fangor” by Howard Cruse. 1p. v Count Fangor.

** no. 7 (Aug. 1980.) “Count Fangor” 1p.

** no. 8 (Oct. 1980.) “Count Fangor” 1p.

** no. 9 (Nov. 1980.) “Count Fangor” 1p.

** no. 10 (Jan. 1981.) “Count Fangor: It’s the Holiday Season… in Fangoria” 1p.

** no. 11 (Feb. 1981.) “Count Fangor” 1p.

Fanny. Carol Bennett. b&w. anth.

___ no. 4 (1993.) Vampire cover.

FantaCo’s 1989 Horror Yearbook. FantaCo. b&w. anth. mag.

** (1989.) “Fangore” by Augustus Mattick & John Hebert. 4p. v Unnamed.

Fantastic Comics. Fox. Pre-code

** no. 13 (Dec. 1940.) “The Chinese Vampires” by Anon. & Bill Bossert. 6p. v Lu Chieng. W. Captain Kidd.

** no. 15 (Feb. 1941.) “The Vampire of Hastings House” by N. N. Nathaniel. 2p. Text. v John Hastings (pseudo-vampire.)

Fantastic Fears. Ajax/Farrell. Pre-code horror anth. Four Star Publications, Inc. Formerly Captain Jet. Cont. as Fantastic Comics.

­­­** no. 8 (July 1953.) “Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Werewolf.” 6p. v Little Red Riding Hood [rpt. b&w.: as “Little Red Riding Hood and the Werewolf” in Weird vol. 1, no. 11 (1966;) as “Werewolf” in Horror Tales vol. 1 no. 9 (1969;) as “The Werewolf” in Weird vol. 5, no. 6 (1971.)]

** no. 10 (Nov./Dec. 1954.) “Scream No More My Lady.” 5p. v Dr. John Ames and Mrs. Doris Hodge (pseudo-vampire.) [rpt. b&w. in Weird vo. 1, no. 11 (1966;) Spellbound (Miller) #61 (n.d.;) as “(There are Such Things as) Vampires” in Terror Tales vol. 1, no. 10 (1969;) Horror Tales vol. 2, no. 6 (1970;) “ (There are Such Things as) Bloodsuckers” in Tales from the Tomb vol. 4, no. 3 (1972;)] redrawn and retitled as: “(When They Meet the) Vampire” in Witches’ Tales vol. 6, no. 1 (1974;) Terrors of Dracula vol. 1, no. 4 (1979;) Weird Vampire Tales vol. 5, no. 1 (1981.)]

** no. 11 (Jan./Feb. 1955.) “Gravestone for Gratis.” 7p. v vampire bats (cameo.)

Fantastic Four. Marvel.

** no. 30 (Sep. 1964). "The Dreaded Diablo" by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby. 22p. v Dracula (first mention of Dracula in Marvel Comics.). w Diablo.

** no. 266 (May 1984.) “Call Her… Karisma!” by John Byrne & Kerry Gammil. 22p. v Morbius.

** no. 267 (June 1984.) “A Small Loss” by John Byrne & Glynis Wein. 22p. v Morbius.

** no. 268 (July 1984.) “The Masque of Doom!” by John Byrne & Glynis Wein. 22p. v Morbius.

** no. 315 (June 1988.) “No Way Out!” by Steve Englehart & Keith Pollard. 23p. v Morbius.

Fantastic Four. Third Series.

** no. 36 (Dec. 2000). "Day of the Dark Sun" by Carlos Pacheco and Raphael Marin & Carlos Pacheco. v Dracula. w Diablo.

Fast Forward. BBC Magazines [U.K.] Mag.

** no. 120 (Jan. 1-7, 1992.) Count Duckula cameo (cover) and Count Duckula back cover. No vampire content.

Fatal Beauty Preview. The Illustration Studio.

** no. 1 (June 1996.) By Steve Woron & Don Paresi. 41p. Portfolio with various vampires. Preview in comic form of Fatal Beauty trading cards.

Fate’s Five. Inner Vision.

** no. 1 (1996) by Richard Brindisi. 7p. v Vlad Dracul.

** no. 2 (1996.) 21p.

** no. 3 (1996.) 22p.

** no. 4 (1996.) 23p.

Fear. Marvel.

** no. 20 (Feb. 1974.) “The Saga of Morbius the Living Vampire!” by Mike Friedrich & Paul Gulacy. 15p. v Morbius. Cover says: “Adventure into Fear.” Morbius is featured in issues 20-31.

** no. 20a Mark Jewelers variant promo edition. Includes 4 pages promoting Mark Jewelers products.

** no. 21 (Apr. 1974.) “Project: Second Genesis” by Steve Gerber & Gil Kane. 15p.

** no. 22 (June 1974.) “The Vampire Must Die” by Steve Gerber & L. Dominguez. 15p.

** no. 23 (Aug. 1974.) “Alone Against Arcturus!” by Steve Gerber & Craig Russell. 15p.

** no. 23a British edition. Price indicated as 7p.

** no. 24 (Oct. 1974.) “Return to Terror.” 15p. c. Blade.

** no. 24a British edition. Price indicated as 7p.

** no. 25 (Dec. 1974.) “And What of Vampire’s Blood?” by Doug Moench, Steve Gerber, and Frank Robbins. 14p.

** no. 25a British edition. Price indicated as 8p.

** no. 26 (Feb. 1975.) “A Stillborn Genesis!” by Doug Moench & Frank Robbins. 14p.

** no. 26a British edition. Price indicated as 8p.

** no. 27 (Apr. 1975.) “Night of the Vampire Stalker.” 18p. v Martine [rpt. in Morbius Revisited #1 (1993.)]

** no. 27a British edition. Price indicated as 8p.

** no. 28 (June 1975.) “The Doorway Screaming into Hell.” 18p. [rpt. in Morbius Revisited #2 (1993.)]

** no. 28a British edition. Price indicated as 9p.

** no. 29 (Aug. 1975.) “Through a Helleyes Darkly!” by Bill Mantlo & Don Heck. 18p. [rpt. in Morbius Revisited #3 (1993.)]

** no. 29a British edition. Price indicated as 9p.

** no. 30 (Oct. 1975.) “The Vampires of Mason Manor!” by Bill Mantlo & George Evans. 18p. v Martine [rpt. in Morbius Revisited #4 (1993.)]

** no. 30a British edition. Price indicated as 9p.

** no. 31 (Dec. 1975.) “The End of a Vampire!” by Bill Mantlo & Frank Robbins. 18p. v Martine [rpt. in Morbius Revisited #5 (1993.)]

** no. 31a British edition. Price indicated as 9p.

Fear and Loathing on Dark Shadows. Christopher Pennock. b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (1998.) By Christopher Pennock. 20p. v Barnabas/Jonathan Frid.

** no. 2 (1999.) “Revenge” by Christopher Pennock. 33p. v Barnabas/Jonathan Frid. Cover says: “Fear and Loafing on Dark Shadows.”

** no. 3 (2000.) “The Secret Revealed” by Christopher Pennock. 20p. v Barnabas/Jonathan Frid. Cover says: “Fear and Self-Loathing on Dark Shadows.”

Fear and Loathing of the New York City Marathon. Christopher Pennock. b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (2000.) 21p. v Angélique/Lara Parker (Angélique becomes a vampire in Dark Shadows)

Fear Zone. Gredown [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d.) “The Professor and the Pixie!” 8p. v Unnamed pseudo-vampire (cameo.)

Fearbook. Eclipse Comics. Horror anth.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1986.) a. “Business as Usual” by Bob and Jane Stine & Steve R. Bissette. 3p. v Count Dargonne [Weird Worlds #8 (1981.)] b. “A Dead Ringer” by Bob Stine & Steve R. Bissette. 3p. v Ann McCall [Weird Worlds #6 (1980.)]

Feature Presentation. Hero Books. Pre-code.

** no. 5 (Apr. 1950) “The Black Tarantula” 29p. v Zoroaster Rorret, the Black Tarantula.

Note: Formerly titled “Women in Love.”

Felch Cumics. Keith Green. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1975.) “The Felching Vampires Meet the Holy Virgin” by S. Clay Wilson. 8p. v Bramley, Wetzel, Jesus Christ (as a vampire) [rpt. in The Snatch Sampler (1977.)]

Femforce in the House of Horror. AC Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (1989.) Story by Greg Horn. 23p. v Dracula (cameo.)

Femme Macabre. London Night Studios. b&w. Horror anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1993.) “Killjoy” by E. Hartsoe. 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2 (1994.) “Penetrating Rhythms” by Neal Sainte Cross & Georges Jeanty and Juan Alcantara. v various. Cover: E. Hartsoe & Tim Tyler.

La Femme Vampirique. Brainstorm Comics.

** no. 1 (May 1997.) “Crime of Passion” by Dan Membiela & Ronn Sutton. 20p. v Mistress Vampirique. Cover: Model (Angel Eyes) photo.

** no. 1a Nude edition.

Fenry. Raven Publications.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1993) by Ken Kushner & Nathan Massengill. 48p. v various.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1994.) 48p.

Fiction Illustrated. Pyramid Publications. Digest. Satire anth. Schlomo Raven Series.

** no. 1 (1976.) “The Farx Job” by Byron Preiss & Tom Sutton and Ken Smith. 1p. v Bugosi.

Fight Against Crime. Story Comics. Pre-code anth.

** no. 13 (May 1953.) “The Bloodless Killer.” 7p. v Lilia.

Fight Comics. Fiction House. Pre-code.

** no. 59 (Dec 1948.) Vampire bat on cover by Joe Doolin. Cover says: “The Vampires of Crystal Cavern.” The Tiger Girl story inside by Allan O’Hara (10p.,) however, does not include vampire bats and is about human criminals rather than vampires.

Fire Fang Special Edition. G. R. Carr [Australia.] b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (1982.) a. “Blood Ties” by Ross Griggs. 5p. v Bolivar. b. “Fire Fang’s Circus” by Gerald Carr. 19p. v Fire Fang. c. “Vampire Bait” by Gerald Carr. 6p. v Unnamed. Cover: Gerald Carr.

Flaming Carrot Annual. Dark Horse Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1997.) “Arbor Day” by Bob Burden. 41p. v Unnamed.

Flashback. Special Edition Reprints. b&w. rpt.

** no. 10 (1974.) “Capt. Marvel Battles the Vampire” by Anon & Jack Kirby and Dick Briefer. 16p. v Bram Thirla c. Captain Marvel [Captain Marvel Adventures #1 (1941.)]

Flesh & Blood. Brainstorm Comics.

___ Ashcan (1995.) By Franco Aureliani & Gary Brown. 5p. v Delnor Blood, the Circle of Nine, Vlad, Traviesa.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1995.) By Franco Aureliani & Gary Brown. 21p. v Delnor Blood, the Circle of Nine, Vlad, Traviesa.

Flesh & Blood. Blindwolf Comics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1996.) a. “Ground Zero” by Franco Aureliani & Gary Brown. 21p. v Delnor Blood, the Circle of Nine, Vlad, Traviesa. b. “Pain” by Franco Aureliani & Pat Carlucci. 5p. Cover: Franco Aureliani & Bud Larosa.

** no. 2a (Sep. 1996.) Gold edition.

** no. 3 (July 1996.) 23p.

Flesh & Blood: Preexisting Conditions. Blindwolf Comics. anth.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1996.) a. “The Angel” by Wayne A. Harold & Franco Aureliani. 10p. v Delnor Blood. b. “Blood Infatuation” by Franco Aureliani & Gary Brown. 9p. v Unnamed. c. “Tears” by Franco Aureliani & Gary Brown. 5p. v Vlad.

Flesh & Blood’s Traviesa: Love & Hate. Blindwolf Comics.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1998) by Franco Aureliani and Gary Brown & David Roe. 21p. v Delnor Blood, the Circle of Nine, Vlad, Traviesa.

** no. 2 (June 1998.) 21p.

Flesh & Bones. Upshot Graphics/Fantagraphics. rpt.

** no. 1 (June 1986.) Part 1. “The Bojeffries Saga: An Urban Romance” by Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse. 8p. v Mr. Zlüdotny [Warrior #12 (1983.)] Back cover: Steve Parkhouse.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1986.) Part 2. “The Bojeffries Saga: An Urban Romance” by Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse. 6p. v Mr. Zlüdotny [Warrior #13 (1983.)] Back cover: Steve Parkhouse.

** no. 3 (Oct. 1986.) Part 3. “The Bojeffries Saga: Raoul’s Night Out” by Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse. 6p. v Mr. Zlüdotny [Warrior #19 (1984.)]

** no. 4 (Dec. 1986.) Part 4. “The Bojeffries Saga: Raoul’s Night Out” by Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse. 6p. v Mr. Zlüdotny [Warrior #20 (1984.)]

Note: Colorized reprints of the series which originally appeared in b&w. in Warrior.

The Flintstones. Gold Key. Satire. Television tie-in.

** no. 33 (1966.) “The Flintstones Meet Frankenstein and Dracula.” 13p. v Dracula.

Flip. Flip Comics. Pre-code Satire anth.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1954.) “V… for Wampire [sic.]” 5p. v various (faculty and students at Vampire College.)

Flock of Dreamers. Kitchen Sink Press. b&w. tpb. anth. Large format.

** (1997.) “Sleep, Sleep, Sleep” by Lee Kennedy. 4p. v Unnamed.

Flowers on the Razor Wire. Boneyard. b&w. anthology.

** no. 3 (July 1994.) "Redcoats" by William Harms & Wayne Reid. 9p. v. Various.

** no. 7 (Oct. 1995.) "The Fall" (pt. 1 of 4) by William Harms & Art Holaso. 29p. v. Fr. James Sheeley.

** no. 8 (Dec. 1995.) The Fall (pt. 2). "Damnation." 25p.  v. Fr. James Sheeley.

** no. 9 (Feb. 1996.) The Fall (pt. 3). "Resurrection." 12p. v. Leech, Father Sheeley. Cover: Michael Darque.

** no. 10 (Apr. 1997.) The Fall (pt. 4). "Interlude." 10p. v. The beast, Lord Roichard. Cover by Gary Louden.

Fly in My Eye. Arcane Comix. b&w.

**   no. 2 (1988.) a. “Blood in My Eye” by Larry Chambers & Edward Griffin. 61p. v various vampire children, controlled by Gault. b. “Soul Eater” by Stephen Bissette. 1p. v Koortax, a psychic vampire.

Fly in My Eye: Exposed. Arcane/Eclipse. b&w. tpb. anth.

** (1992.) “My Name is Lesion” by Matt Howarth. 28p. v Mr. Endengott, a psychic vampire.

Flying Low With Broom Hilda [Broom Hilda Book #4.] Grosset & Dunlap. b&w. Mass market tpb.

** (1976.) Reprints daily strips by Russel Myers from 1974-1975. A vampire, Marshall, appears as a recurring character.

Foo! Animal Town Comics. anth.

___ no. 2 (Oct. 1958.) “My Encounter with Dracula” by Robert Crumb. 7p. v Dracula. Limited to 300 copies.

Note: An early Crumb comic, Foo! was privately published by Crumb when he was 15 years old.

For Laughing Out Loud. Dell. b&w. mag.

** no. 33 (Oct./Dec. 1964.) Vampire cover: Gahan Wilson. No vampire content.

Forbidden Mad. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (Oct. 1984.) “A Mad Look at… Some Legendary Commodes” by Paul Peter Porger & Paul Coker, Jr. 10p. v Dracula (only “Dracula’s Commode” is depicted) [Mad #199 (1978.)]

Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion. DC. Horror anth. Formerly: The Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love.

** no. 7 (Sep./Oct. 1972.) “The Royal Right” by Bob Kanigher & Bill Draut. 7p. v Illya. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 10 (Mar./Apr. 1973.) “They Walk by Night” by Jack Oleck & William Payne. 8p. v various.

Forbidden Vampire. Forbidden. b&w. Adult.

___ no. 0 (Sum. 1997.) “The Rebirth of Tamara Kent” by Natalie Kenton & Reynaldo Batista. 23p. v Pyree c. Tamara Kent, vampire hunter.

___ no. 0a Deluxe erotic A cover.

___ no. 0b Deluxe Erotic B cover.

Forbidden Vampire Tales. Forbidden. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 0 (Sum. 1997.) a. “The Celluloid Coffin” by Sara Tonen & Art Sunder and Demetrio Campos. 13p. v Pyree. b. “Toy Story” by Sara Tonen & Art Sunder and Demetrio Campos. 11p. v Pyree.

** no. 0a Erotic “A” cover.

** no. 0b Erotic “B” cover.

­­­___ no. 1 (?) Not seen.

** no. 2 (July 1997.) a. “On the Fly” by Tina Marie & Terral Lawrence. 12p. v Pyree. b. “Theatre of Blood” by Tina Marie & Terral Lawrence. 10p. v Pyree.

** no. 2a Erotic “A” edition.

** no. 2b Erotic “B” edition.

** no. 3 (1997.) a. “Feeding Frenzy” by Fawn Collette & Daniel Lauer. 22p. v Pyree, Tamara.

** no. 3a Erotic edition.

** no. 4 (Oct. 1997.) “Down Mexico Way.” 21p. v Pyree.

** no. 4a Erotic edition.

** no. 5 (Nov. 1997.) a. “Prowler” by Dalia Lyons & Daniel Lauer. 12p. v Pyree. b. “Spanish Fly” by Dalia Lyons & Daniel Lauer. 9p. v Pyree.

** no. 5a Erotic edition.

** no. 6 (Mar. 1998.) a. “Bar Belles” by Sarah Tonen & Reynaldo Batista. 6p. b. “Gang Bang Girls: All Wet” by Charles W. Foulds III. 14p.

** no. 6a Erotic edition.

Forbidden Worlds. ACG. Pre-code anth.

** no. 1 (July/Aug. 1951.) “Love of a Vampire” by Anon. & Paul Reinman. 8p. v Count von Brunt, Beth.

** no. 2 (Sep./Oct. 1951.) “The League of Vampires” by Anon. & Charlie Sultan. 10p. v Unnamed, plus vampire bats. Cover by Ken Bald.

** no. 3 (Nov./Dec. 1951.) “Lair of the Vampire” by Anon. & Emil Gershwin. 8p. v The Innkeeper.

** no. 6 (May/June 1952.) a “The Devil’s Typewriter!” 8p. v Unnamed (created by Johnny Archer, a writer for “Forbidden Worlds,” by using a “devil’s typewriter.”) b. “The Flapping Head.” 8p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Shock # 2 (1969;) Adventures into the Unknown! Halloween Special no. 1 (1991;) ACG’S Halloween Horror #1 (1998.)]

** no. 7 (July 1952.) “The Vampires Strike.” 8p. v Unnamed.

** no. 9 (Sep. 1952.) “The Flying Head” by Anon. (& John Blummer.) 8p. v an unnamed, blood-drinking head [rpt. b&w. in Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 2, no. 2 (1971.)] Cover by Ken Bald.

** no. 10 (Oct. 1952.) “The Unknown Vampire” by Anon. & Al Camy. 8p. v Dr. Vinson.

** no. 11 (Nov. 1952.) “True Vampires of History.” 2p. Illus. Article. v Elizabeth Bathory. Cover by Ken Bald.

­­­** no. 13 (Jan. 1953.) “The Wings of Darkness” by Anon. (& John Blummer.) 7p. v A vampire battles a horde of vampire bats [rpt. b&w. in Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 1, no. 7 (1970.)] Cover by Ken Bald.

** no. 15 (Mar. 1953.) “The Vampire Cat!” 7p. v Vilma [rpt. Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 2, no. 4 (1971.)]

** no. 18 (June 1953.) “Vampire of the Deep” by Anon. & Lin Streeter. 7p. v Salagua.

** no. 19 (July 1953.) “Vampire Castle!” by Anon. & Frank Beck and George Klein. 7p. v Baron Nicht.

** no. 23 (Nov. 1953.) “The Thing in the Bottle!” 8p. v Unnamed.

** no. 25 (Jan. 1954.) “The Venetian Music Box” by Anon. & Harry Lazarus. 6p. v Violetta [rpt. in Dimension of Doom #1 (n.d.)]

** no. 32 (Aug. 1954.) “A Tomb for Antonio!” by Bob Forgione. 8p. v Teresa.

** no. 34 (Oct. 1954.) "Cold Cure." 1p. text. v Matilda.

Forever People. DC.

**      no. 2 (Apr./May 1971.) "Super War!" by Jack Kirby. 22p. v Mantis (described as a "power vampire.")

Forshadow. Avenging Heifer. mag.

___    no. 0 (Sep. 1993.) “Justice Is Eternal” by Jonathan C. & Todd Terrill. 23p. v Unnamed.

Four Favorites. Ace Books. Pre-code anth.

** no. 11 (Aug. 1943.) "The Vampire Jap Drako-Saki" by Harvey  Kurtzman. 13p. v Vampire soldier.

** no. 13 (Feb. 1944.) “Unknown Soldier.” 13p. v various “vampires” (believed to be real undead, and only at the end of the story exposed as German soldiers in disguise). w Unknown Soldier.

The Four Kunoichi: Bloodlust. Lightning Entertainment.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1996.) By John Cleary. 19p. v Onnyo, Lord of the Damned.

** no. 1a Nude cover.

** no. 1b Platinum cover.

___ no. 1c Platinum Nude cover.

The Fourth Mad Declassified Papers on Spy vs Spy. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (Nov. 1974.) “The Model Detective” by Antonio Proihas. 25p. v vampire bat.

** rpt. (n.d.) Price indicated as $ 1.50 rather than 95 cents.

** rpt. (n.d.) Price $ 1.75.

** rpt. (n.d.) Price $ 2.25.

** Second edition (Sep. 1976.) Price $ 2.95.

Frankenstein. Crestwood Publications. Prize Publications. Pre-code anth. Satire: #1-17. Horror: #18-33.

** no. 1 (Sum. 1945.) “Frankenstein and the Ghouls and Vampires” by Dick Briefer. 9p. v Marvin, Zara, et al. b. “Frankenstein’s Wife” by Dick Briefer. 10p. v Calvin, a vampire bat [rpt. in Dick Briefer’s Frankenstein (2010.)]

** no. 2 (n.d., © 1945.) “Frankestein and the Statue Maker” by Dick Briefer. 17p. v “the vampire grave-robbers.”

** no. 3 (July/Aug. 1946.) “Frankenstein and the Monsters.” 9p. v various vampire-like monsters.

** no. 4 (Sep./Oct. 1946.) a. “Frankenstein and Awful Annie” by Dick Briefer. 10p. v Marvin, Zara. b. “Frankenstein and the Sorcerer” by Dick Briefer. 8p. v Zara, Marvin. c. Untitled story by Dick Briefer. 7p. v Marvin, Zara.

** no. 6 (Jan./Feb. 1947; cover says “Mar./Apr.”) a. “The Ghostsnapper.” 8p. v Vera. b. “The Last Smile.” 10p. v Marvin, Zara. c. “One Small Bier.” 8p. v Marvin.

** no. 7 (May/June 1947.) Vampire on cover. “The Strange Love of Shules Shmock.” 10p. v Marvin (cameo.)

** no. 8 (July/Aug. 1947.) a. “Hail the King” by Dick Briefer. 10p. v Zara, Vera. b. “The Zombies” by Dick Briefer. 15p. v Marvin.

** no. 9 (Sep./Oct. 1947.) a. “Frankenstein and the Invisible Wall.” 12p. v Veronica Honika (Vera.) b. “The Freaks Next Door.” 8p. v Zara, Vera, Marvin. c. “Horrors.” 3p. v Marvin. d. “The Mouse Hunt.” 10p. v Marvin (cameo.)

** no. 10 (Nov./Dec. 1947.) a. “Chester Demihoss – His Sad Tale” by Dick Briefer. 6p. v Marvin, Zara (cameo.) b. “The Terrible Werewolf” by Dick Briefer. 12p. v Transylvanian vampires (mentioned, but not seen.)

** no. 11 (Jan./Feb. 1948.) “Frankenstein Meets Boris Karload, Master of Horror” by Dick Briefer. 9p. v Marvin, Zara.

** no. 12 (Mar./Apr. 1948.) Vampire (Marvin) on cover. No vampire content.

** no. 13 (May/June 1948.) “The Brain of Sam Pyre, the Vampire.” 9p. v Sam Pyre. Frankenstein also believes that he, too, is a vampire.

** no. 14 (July/Aug. 1948.) “Frankenstein and the Balloon Maker” by Dick Briefer. 14p. v Marvin, Zara (cameo.)

** no. 15 (Sep./Oct. 1948.) “The Girl with the Bewitching Eyes” by Dick Briefer. 11p. v Marvin [rpt. in Dick Briefer’s Frankenstein (2010.)]

** no. 16 (Nov./Dec. 1948.) a. “The Return of The Mummy.” 10p. v Marvin, Zara (cameo.) b. “The Swamp Spirit.” 10p. v Zara (cameo.)

Note: No. 5, 17 have no vampires.

The Frankenstein/Dracula War. Topps Comics.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1995.) “Undead Again” by Roy Thomas & Allen Nunis. 26p. v Dracula. Cover: Michael Mignola.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1995.) “Blood of Innocence.” 24p. v Irena. Cover: Michael Mignola.

** no. 3 (Apr. 1995.) “Triumph and Tragedy.” 26p. v Irena. Cover: Michael Mignola.

The Frankenstein Monster. Marvel.

** no. 7 (Nov. 1973.) “The Fury of a Fiend” by Gary Friedrich and John Buscema & John Verporten. 15p. v Dracula (cameo) [rpt. in Essential Monster of Frankenstein #1 (2004.)]

** no. 8 (Jan. 1974.) Part 1 (of 2.) “My Name is Dracula” by Gary Friedrich and John Buscema & John Verporten. 15p. v Dracula [rpt. in Essential Monster of Frankenstein #1 (2004.)]

** no. 9 (Mar. 1974.) Part 2. “The Vampire Killers” 15p. [rpt. in Essential Monster of Frankenstein #1 (2004.)]

Frankie’s Frightmare. Cat’s Paw Comics. b&w. Satire anth.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1991.) “Frankie’s Birthday Party” by Gary A. Webb. 10p. v Dracula. Cover: Jim Engel.

Frantic. Pierce Publishing Corporation. b&w. Satire mag.

** vol. 2, no. 1 (Feb. 1959.) “Monster Pictures, Teen-Age Pictures”. 2p. v Dracula.

Frantic. Marvel U.K.

** no. 17 (July 1981.) “Monster Limerick” by Marylyn D’Amico & Sam Viviano. 2p. v Dracula.

Freex. Malibu Comics.

** no. 17 (Feb. 1995.) “Call Him Mr. Thebes” by Gerard Jones & Scott Kolins. 24p. v Rune.

Frenzy. Bimfort Magazines. b&w. Satire mag.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1958.) “A Day in the Country.” 4p. v Vampire Girl.

Fresca Zizis. Last Gasp. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1977.) “Merk the Energy Vampire” by Melinda Gebbie. 1p. v Merk.

The Friendly Ghost, Casper. Harvey.

** no. 105 (May 1967.) Vampire bats on cover. No vampire content.

Fright. Atlas Comics.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1975.) “And Unto Dracula was Born a Son” by Gary Friedrich. 18p. v Derek, Son of Dracula and Dracula. Cover says: “Fright: Featuring the Son of Dracula.”

Fright. Eternity. b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (July 1988.) a. “A Question of Identity” by Ed Fedory & Pablo Marcos. 8p. v Von Zork [Psycho #9 (1972.)] b. “The Vampire Out of Hell” by Edward Farthing & Riccardo Villamonte. 10p. v Sonia [Nightmare #17 (1974.)]

** no. 3 (Sep. 1988.) “The Man with No Face” by Howie Anderson & Cardona. 10p. v various [Scream #7 (1974.)] Cover: Scott Hanna.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1988.) a. “The Day that Satan Died” by Alan Hewetson & De la Rosa. 8p. v Marcel [Psycho #13 (1973.)] b. “Hickory, Dickory, Dock” by Alan Hewetson. 8p. v Anthony Cappell [Scream #1 (1973.)] Cover: Thomas Baxa.

** no. 6 (Jan. 1988.) “The Asylum” by Howie Anderson & Agras. 5p. v various [Scream #9 (1974.)] Cover: Thomas Baxa.

** no. 10 (May 1989.) a. “A Tale of Horror” by Alan Hewetson & Collado. 10p. v various [Nightmare #20 (1974.)] b. “This Is the Vault of the Living Dead” by Harvey Lazarus & Maro Nava. 8p. v various [Psycho #17 (1974.)] Cover: Brooks Haven.

** no. 12 (July 1989.) “Horror Has a Thousand Faces” by Howie Anderson & Domingo. 8p. v Christopher Lee as Dracula (cameo.) [Psycho #7 (1972.)] Cover: Jim Somerville.

Fright Night. Now Comics.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1988.) By Joe Gentile & Lenin Delsol. 24p. v Jerry Dandridge.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1988.) 27p. Cover: Jim Reddington.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1989.) 25p. Cover: Lenin Delsol.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1989.) By James Van Hise & Doug Murphy. 27p. Cover: Corey Wilkinson.

** no. 5 (Mar. 1989.) By James Van Hise & Lenin Delsol. 29p. Cover: Lenin Delsol.

** no. 6 (Apr. 1989.) By James Van Hise & Doug Murphy. 26p. v Legion of Endless Night. Cover: Corey Wilkinson.

** no. 7 (May 1989.) 22p. Cover: Corey Wilkinson.

** no. 8 (June 1989.) By Tony Caputo & Neil Vokes. 21p. v Evil Ed.

** no. 9 (July 1989.) 22p.

** no. 10 (Aug. 1989.) 23p.

** no. 11 (Sep. 1989.) 26p.

** no. 12 (Oct. 1989.) By Katherine Llewellyn & Neil Vokes. 26p.

** no. 13 (Nov. 1989.) By Mark Wheatley & Neil Vokes. 19p. Poster.

** no. 14 (Dec. 1989.) Part 1 (of 2.) “The Resurrection of Dracula” by Katherine Llewellyn & Neil Vokes. 22p. v Dracula [rpt. (3-D) in Fright Night 3-D (1992.)]

** no. 15 (Jan. 1990.) Part 2. “The Resurrection of Dracula” 22p. [rpt. (3-D) in Fright Night 3-D (1992.)]

** no. 16 (Feb. 1990.) “Potion Motion” by Katherine Llewellyn & Neil Vokes. 22p. Cover: David Mowry.

** no. 17 (Mar. 1990.) “Blood Ball” by Katherine Llewellyn & Kevin West. 22p. Cover: Jeffrey Starling.

** no. 18 (Apr. 1990.) “Fang Fusion” by Katherine Llewellyn & James Lyle. 21p. Cover: James Lyle & David Mowry.

** no. 19 (May 1990.) “Daddy’s Girl” by Katherine Llewellyn & Kevin West. 22p. Cover: Eric Bryant.

** no. 20 (June 1990.) “The Charge of the Dead Brigade” by Diane M. Piron & Kevin West. 22p. Cover: Dell Barras.

** no. 21 (July 1990.) “Werewold There-Wolf” by Diane M. Piron & Kevin West. 23p. Cover: Jeffrey Starling.

** no. 22 (Aug. 1990.) “Reign of Terror” by Diane M. Piron. 22p. Cover: Eric Bryant.

Fright Night 3-D. Now Comics. rpt.

** no. 1 (June 1992.) “The Resurrection of Dracula” by Katherine Llewellyn & Neil Vokesno [Fright Night #14 (1989,) 15 (1990.)] Includes 3-D glasses.

Fright Night Part II. Now Comics.

** no. 1 (1988.) By Matthew Costello & Lenin Delsol. 46p. v Regine.

Adaptation of Fright Night II. Vista/New Century, 1988. Dir: Tommy Lee Wallace.

Fright Night 1993 Halloween Annual. Now Comics.

** no. 1 (1993.) By Diane M. Piron & Kevin West. 24p. v various.

Fritz Whitsle. Northstar Publishing. b&w.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1992.) By Joe Vigil. 24p. v Malaki.

From A to Z in the Chocolate Alphabet. Last Gasp. b&w.

** no. 1 (1978.) By Harlan Ellison & Larry S. Todd. v Uphir. Cover says: “Harlan Ellison’s Chocolate Alphabet.”

From Dusk till Dawn. Body Bag. tpb. Movie tie-in.

** (1996.) By Ed Polgardy & Trevor Von Eeden and Fred Harper. 40p. Cover: Dan Brereton.

___ A Deluxe edition with additional material.

From the Darkness. Adventure Comics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1990.) Chapter I: “Remains to be Seen” by Ed Polgardy & Jim Balent et al. 28p. v various, led by Desnoirs. Cover: Jim Balent.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1990.) Chapter II: “Revelations.” 30p.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1990.) Chapter III: “The Gift.” 28p.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1991.) Chapter IV: “A Resurrection.” 28p.

Rpt. as a tpb (1991.)

From the Darkness. Malibu Graphics. b&w. rpt. tpb.

** no. 1 (1991.) By Ed Polgardy & Jim Balent et al. 114p. v Desnoirs and others. Includes #1-4 of From the Darkness (1990-1991.)

From the Darkness Book II: Blood Vows. Cry for Dawn Productions. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (1992.) “Evil Reborn” by Ed Polgardy & Jim Balent et al. 26p. v various, led by Desnoirs.

** no. 2 (1992.) “Family Business” 28p.

** no. 3 (1993.) “’Til Death Do Us Part!” 22p.

Frost. Caliber Press. b&w. rpt. tpb.

** (1990.) By Kevin VanHook & Lee Harmon. 78p. v Nathaniel MacKenzie. Includes issues #1-4 of Jack Frost (1987-89.)

Full Metal Comix. Jack Hammer Productions. b&w. mag.

** no. 0 (Feb. 1999.) “Demonique: Dying Young. . . and Leaving a Good Looking Corpse!” by P. S. Owens. 16p. v Demonique.

Full Metal Femme. EH Productions. b&w. Adult. mag.

** no. 0 (1998.) “Vampire’s Tattoo” by Art Whetherell. 10p. v various.

** no. 1 (1998.) “Vampires Tattoo Comix” by Art Wetherell. 15p. v various.

Funny Fortnightly. IPC [U.K.] b&w. anth. Satire. mag.

___ no. 1 (Mar. 29/Apr. 7, 1989.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. v Draculass b. “Scream-Inn.” 2p. v vampire innkeeper.

** no. 3 (Apr. 22/May 5, 1989.) a. “Fun-Fear” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “The Ghost Train.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 5 (May 20/June 2, 1989.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Harry’s Haunted House.” 2p. v bats.

** no. 7 (June 17-30, 1989.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Fun-Fear” 1p. v Unnamed. c. “The Ghost Train.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 9 (July 15-28, 1989.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 10 (July 29/Aug. 11, 1989.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. v Draculass. b. “Ghoul Dilocks and the Three Scares.” 1p. v vampire bat & vampire ball (game.)

** no. 11 (Aug. 12-25, 1989.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 12 (Aug. 26/Sep. 8, 1989.) a. “Andy’s Ants.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Fun-Fear.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 14 (Sep. 23/Oct. 6, 1989.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

___ no. 19 (Dec. 2 /Dec. 15, 1989.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. v Draculass. b. “Ghost Town.” 1p. v vampire ghost.

** no. 29 (Apr. 21/May 4, 1990.) a. “Hire – A Horror.” 1p. v Unnamed as host. b. “The Ghost Train.” 2p. v Unnamed.

Funny Monthly. IPC [U.K.] b&w. anth. Satire. mag.

** (Dec. 1990.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** (Jan. 1991.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** (Feb. 1991.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Ivor Lott and Tony Broke.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** (Apr. 1991.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

The Fury of Firestorm. DC.

** no. 58 (Apr. 1987.) “Gambit” by John Ostrander & Joe Brozowski. 22p. v. Parasite.

** no. 58a Canadian edition. Price indicated as $ 1.00 only

** no. 64 (Oct. 1987.) "Through the Gauntlet" by John Ostrander & Joe Brozowski. 22p. v. Parasite.

___ no. 64a Canadian edition.

G

!Gag! Harrier New Wave [U. K.] b&w. anth.

** no. 6 (Aug. 1988.) “Doctor Blood, Vampyre Hunter” by Glenn Dakin & Ed Pinsent. v Unnamed vampire fortune teller. c. Doctor Blood.

Gambit. Marvel.

** no. 4 (May 1999.) “Old Wounds, Fresh Blood” by Fabian Nicieza & Steve Skroce. 22p. c. Blade. v François Chicault.

Gamut. Tabloid Press (Canada.) b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (n.d.) “Confrontation” by Mike Clerkale. 1p. v Unnamed. Cover: Mike Ploog.

Gargoyles. Marvel. Movie tie-in.

** no. 4 (May 1995.) “Blood from a Stone” by Martin Pasko and Mort Todd & Amanda Conner. 19p. v Yvonne.

Garou: The Lone Wolf. Bare Bones Studios. b&w.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1999). "The Quest" By Mike Purnell & Victor Moya. 26p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

The Gaschamber. Anubis Press.

___ no. 1 (1993.) By Mark Blair, Justice brothers. v various.

Gay Comics. Gay Comics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 7 (Spr. 1986.) “Late One Nite” by Roberta Gregory. 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 18 (Spr. 1993.) a. “Hungry” by Judy Frankl. 3p. v Miriam. b. “Sentinel. . . By Any Other Name” by Andy Mangels & A. J. Fludd. 5p. v Rose. c. “Timeless Beauty” by Craig Hamilton & Tony Harris. 1p. d. “Vladimira, the Lesbian Vampire” by Leanne Franson. 2p. v Vladmira. Cover: Julia Lacquement.

Geeksville. 3 Finger Prints. b&w.

** no. 2 (1999.) “I Remember Franky” by Gary Sassaman. 8p. Illustrated text. v Vampira, Bela Lugosi as Dracula.

Gem Comics. Frank Johnson [Australia.] Pre-code anth.

** no. 16 (1948.) “The Vampire” by Peter Chapman. 8p. v The Vampire (in fact a Batman-like female superhero who terrorizes criminals by using vampire symbols.)

Generation X. Marvel.

** no. 62 (Apr. 2000.) “Prey” by Jay Faerber & Matt Smith et al. 22p. v Arthur Delacorte.

  Generation X/Dracula ’98. Marvel.

** no. 1 (1998.) “Children of the Night” by Harris & Coker. 39p. v Dracula.

Genus. Venus Comics. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 10. (Jan. 1995.) “Rhinnon” by Tabitha R. Jones & Diana. 9p. v Rhinnon. Cover: Shon Howell.

Get Lost. MikeRoss Publications. Pre-code satire anth.

** no. 2 (Apr./May 1954.) “Sewer Keeper” by Sickley. 4p. v Marsha Van Drakula.

Get Lost. New Comics Group. Satire anth. b&w.

** vol. 2, no. 1 (Oct. 1987.) “Four-Flush Ace of Space Gordon” by Robsjon Gluck. 6p. (satire of Flash Gordon.) v vampire bat girls.

Ghost Manor. Charlton. Horror anth.

** no. 7 (Oct. 1972.) “The Monsters Ride at Night.” 8p. v pseudo-vampire.

** no. 19 (July 1974.) a. “The Ancient Trap” by Tom Peterson & Wayne Howard. 9p. v Martin Vassar, Baron von Rupp. b. “Vampires of the World.” 1p. illus. Article [rpt. in Ghost Manor #19 (Modern Comics, 1977.)]

** no. 20 (Sep. 1974.) “I’ll Love You Forever and Ever” by Joe Gill & San Ho Kim. 7p. v Count Ossenhauf, Dennis, Lynne.

** no. 21 (Nov. 1974.) “Live Happily Forever and Ever” by Jack Daniels & Wayne Howard. 7p. v Ludwig, Martha. Cover: San Ho Kim.

** no. 24 (July 1975.) “The Leech” by Joe Gill & Pat Boyette. 9p. v Maurice Dillion, Clauric Dillion [rpt. in #64.] Cover: San Ho Kim.

** no. 26 (Nov. 1975.) “Curse of the Kolukoffs” by Joe Gill & Steve Ditko. 7p. v Leonidas von Kolukoff. Cover: Pat Boyette.

** no. 36 (Mar. 1978) “The Devil’s Cauldron.” 23p. v Vampire-like creatures.

** no. 57 (July 1981.) a. “Bridal Night” by Wood. 7p. v Count Wolfgang von Roehmer, Helena Ayres [rpt. in Adventures into the Unknown! Halloween Special #1 (1991,) The Book of Monsters (2001;) ACG’s Halloween Horror #1 (1998.)] b. “The Monsters Ride at Night” 9p. v Unnamed ghost wearing a vampire mask.

** no. 64 (Sep. 1982.) “The Leech.” 9p. v Dr. Maurice Dillon [#24.]

** no. 67 (Feb. 1983.) “The Hades Germ” by Nicola Cuti & Tom Sutton. v The London Vampire, Jack the Ripper [Many Ghosts of Dr. Graves #49 (1975.)]

___ no. 67a Canadian edition (price indicated as 75cents – U.K. 25p rather than 60 cents.)

** no. 76 (Sep. 1984.) “The Weirdest Character I’ve Ever Know!” by Joe Gill & Fs. 7p. v Unnamed [Ghostly Haunts #38 (1976.)] Cover: Tom Sutton.

Ghost Manor. Modern Comics. rpt. Horror anth.

___ no. 19 (July 1974.) a. “The Ancient Trap” by Tom Peterson & Wayne Howard. 9p. v Martin Vassar, Baron von Rupp. b. “Vampires of the World.” 1p. illus. Article [Ghost Manor #19 (Carlton, Sep. 1974.)]

Ghost Manor. Murray [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (n.d.) “Bats!” 1p. v Unnamed female [Beyond the Grave #2 (1975.)]

The Ghost Rider. Magazine Enterprises. Pre-code.

** no. 8 (A-1 no. 57) (Aug. 1952.) “Tales of the Ghost Rider: A Thirst for Blood!” 7p. v Ysabella de Alva Riacomba.

** no. 10 (A-1 no. 71) (Dec. 1952.) “Tales of the Ghost Rider: My Friend The Hangman.” 4p. v The Hangman.

Ghost Rider. Marvel. First series.

** no. 43 (Apr. 1980.) "Night of the Crimson Mage" by Michael Fleisher & Carmine Infantino. 16p. v. Lilith, daughter of Dracula.

** no. 48 (Sep. 1980.) “Wind of the Undead!” by Michael Fleisher & Don Perlin. 17p. v vampire bats.

** no. 74 (Nov. 1982.) “Remnants!” by J. M. DeMatteis & Bob Budiansky. 22p. v Centurious, a psychic vampire [rpt. in The Original Ghost Rider Rides Again #4 (1991.)]

** no. 74a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents.

** no. 80 (May 1983.) “Stained Glass and Shadows!” by J. M. DeMatteis & Bob Budiansky. 20p. v Centurios, Zarathos.

** no. 80a Canadian edition. Price indicated as 75 cents.

Ghost Rider. Marvel. Second series.

** no. 1 (May 1990.) “Life’s Blood” by Howard Mackie & Javier Saltares. 42p. No vampires, but the organization connected with Blackout is introduced.

** no. 2 (June 1990.) “Do Be Afraid of the Dark!” by Howard Mackie & Javier Saltares. 22p. v Blackout. First appearance.

** no. 3 (July 1990.) “Deathwatch” by Howard Mackie & Javier Saltares. 22p. v Blackout.

** no. 7 (Nov. 1990.) “Obsession” by Howard Mackie & Mark Texeira. 20p. v Blackout.

** no. 8 (Dec. 1990.) “Living Nightmare” by Howard Mackie & Javier Saltares. 22p. v Blackout.

** no. 9 (Jan. 1991.) “Pursuit” by Howard Mackie & Javier Saltares. 22p. v Blackout.

** no. 14 (June 1991.) “’Happily Ever After?” by Howard Mackie & Mark Texeira. 22p. v Blackout.

** no. 15 (July 1991.) “Last Hope” by Howard Mackie & Mark Texeira. 22p. v Blackout. Bronze cover by Mark Texeira.

** no. 15a Glow-in-the-dark edition. Cover: Mark Texeira.

** no. 25 (May 1992.) “You Can’t Go Home Again” by Howard Mackie & Ron Wagner. 35 + 3p. insert. v Blackout. Polybagged.

** no. 25a Australian edition. Dated “August [1992;”] price indicated only as $ 4.10 AUS.

** no. 28 (Aug. 1992.) Rise of the Midnight Sons, part 1. “Visions” by Howard Mackie & Andy Kubert. 26p. v Nightstalkers, Blackout, Lilith (first appearance.) Polybagged.

** no. 28a Australian edition. Dated “November [1992;”] price indicated only as $ 3.80 AUS.

** no. 29 (Sep. 1992.) “Biting the Hand that Feeds You” by Howard Mackie & Andy Kubert. 22p. v Lilith, Blackout.

** no. 29a Australian edition. Dated “December [1992;”] price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 30 (Oct. 1992.) “Nightmares of Truth” by Howard Mackie & Andy Kubert. 22p. v Lilith, Blackout.

___ no. 30a Australian edition. Dated “January [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 31 (Nov. 1992.) Rise of the Midnight Sons, part 6. By Howard Mackie & Andy Kubert. 24p. v Lilith, Blackout, Morbius, Nightstalkers.

___ no. 31a Australian edition. Dated “February [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 32 (Dec. 1992.) “Fight for Life” by Howard Mackie & Bret Blevins. 22p. v Blackout, Lilith. Polybagged. With poster.

** no. 32a Australian edition. Dated “March [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 33 (Jan. 1993.) “What Does It Matter?” by Howard Mackie & Bret Blevins. 22p.

** no. 33a Australian edition. Dated “April [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 34 (Feb. 1993.) “Victims of Our Past” by Howard Mackie & Bret Blevins. 22p. v Blackout.

** no. 34a Australian edition. Dated “May [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 36 (Apr. 1993.) “Transformations in Pain” by Howard Mackie & Bret Blevins. 22p. v the succubus, a psychic vampire.

** no. 36a Australian edition. Dated “July [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 40 (Aug. 1993.) Midnight Massacre. “Hunters” by Howard Mackie, Ron Garney & Chris Ivy. 22p. v Nightstalkers.

** no. 41 (Sep. 1993.) “Mother Love” by Howard Mackie, Ron Garney & Chris Ivy. 22p. v Lilith, Blackout.

** no. 42 (Oct. 1993.) “Links” by Howard Mackie & Ron Garney. 22p. v Lilith & Nightmare.

** no. 44 (Dec. 1993.) Siege of Darkness, part 2. “Into the Mist” by Howard Mackie, Ron Garney & Chris Ivy. 22p. v Blackout.

** no. 45 (Jan. 1994.) Siege of Darkness, part 10. “Blood” by Howard Mackie, Ron Garney & Chris Ivy. 22p.

** no. 53 (Sep. 1994.) “Reunions” by Howard Mackie, Salvador Larroca & Sergio Melia. 22p. v Blackout.

** no. 54 (Oct. 1994.) “A Thirst for Celebrity” by Howard Mackie, Salvador Larroca & Sergio Melia. 22p. v Blackout.

** no. 82 (Feb. 1997.) "The Duck and the Amok" by Ivan Velez Jr. & Pop Mhan. 23p. v. Lilith, daughter of Dracula.

** no. 83 (Mar. 1997.) "The House of Burning Souls" by Ivan Velez Jr. & Pop Mhan. 23p. v. Lilith, daughter of Dracula.

** no. 84 (Apr. 1997.) “Loss of Blood” by Ivan Velez, Jr. & Pop Mhan. 22p. v Lilith, daughter of Dracula.

** no. 85 (May 1997.) “Ashes of My Soul” by Ivan Velez, Jr. & Gabe Alberola. 21p. v. Lilith, daughter of Dracula.

Note: Issues #1-7 collected as a tpb. in Ghost Rider: Resurrected (1994.)

Ghost Rider and the Midnight Sons Magazine. Marvel.

** no. 1 (1993.) 49p. Includes story lines and art from several Marvel comics including vampires.

Ghost Rider Annual. Marvel.

** no. 1 (1993.) a. “Lost in the Night” by Howard Mackie & Isaac Cordova. 8p. v Night Terror. b. “Taste of Power” by Howard Mackie & Chris Bachalo. 22p.

Ghost Rider/Blaze: Spirits of Vengeance. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1992.) “Rise of the Midnight Sons” Part 2. By Howard Mackie & Adam Kubert. 37p. v Blackout. Polybagged.

** no. 1a Australian edition. Dated “November [1992;”] price indicated only as $ 4.10 AUS.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1992.) "Steel Vengeance" by Howard Mackie & Andy Kubert. 20p. v. Lilith.

** no. 3 (Oct. 1992.) “Fathers” by Howard Quinn & Adam Kubert. 22p. v Lilith, Blackout.

** no. 3a Australian edition. Dated “January [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 13 (Aug. 1993.) Midnight Massacre. “Dead Men’s Tales” by Howard Mackie & Adam Kubert. 22p. v Morbius.

** no. 13a Australian edition. Dated “November [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 3.60 AUS.

** no. 14 (Sep. 1993.) “Truth Is Only Skin Deep!” by Howard Mackie & Mike Manley. 22p. v Lilith.

** no. 15 (Oct. 1993.) "Trials of Fire" by Howard Mackie & Mike Manley. 20p. v. Lilith.

** no. 16 (Nov. 1993.) "Zarathos" by Howard Mackie & Henry Martinez. 23p. v. Lilith.

** no. 17 (Dec. 1993.) Siege of Darkness, part. 8. “The End of the World as We Know It!” by Howard Mackie & Henry Martinez. 23p. v Morbius, Blackout.

** no. 18 (Jan. 1994.) Siege of Darkness, part. 13. “Spirit of Death” by Howard Mackie & Henry Martinez. 23p. v Morbius, Nightstalkers.

** no. 19 (Feb. 1994.) “Alone!” by David Quinn & Henry Martinez. 22p. v Varnae.

Ghost Rider: Resurrected. Marvel. tpb.

** (1994.) by Howard Mackie & Javier Saltares. 181p. v Blackout. Collects issues #1-7 of Ghost Rider (1990-1991.)

Ghostly Ghouls. Gredown [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d.) “The Three Nights of Full Moon” by M. Sesén & M. Felez. 9p. v various (although called “lycanthropes,” they behave very much like vampires.) Transl. from Spanish.

Ghostly Haunts. Charlton. Horror anth.

** no. 31 (Apr. 1973.) “Web of Evil.” 8p. v vampire bats.

** no. 38 (1974.) “The Weirdest Character I’ve Ever Known.” 7p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Ghost Manor #76 (1984.)]

** no. 40 (Sep. 1974.) “A Word about Vampires and Werewolves” by Nicola Cuti & Newton. 1p. v various [rpt. in Ghostly Haunts (Modern Comics) #40 (1977.)]

** no. 43 (Mar. 1975.) “The Lonely Vampire” by Joe Gill & Pat Boyette. 8p. v Baron Hegyi Lipzig Hofnstyne.

** no. 44 (May 1975.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 46 (Oct. 1975.) a. “The Last Ride.” Text. 2p. v Unnamed. b. “Shock Ending” by Joe Gill & Su. Gurman. 8p. v Ken Howley, Len Howley.

** no. 49 (Apr. 1976.) “Death Flew into Darkness.” Text. 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 50 (June 1976.) “The Evil One” by Joe Gill & Carlos Vila. 8p. v Diane Lund.

** no. 57 (Mar. 1978.) “Death of the Party” by Wayne Howard. 10p. v Lady Vanessa Grimwald.

Ghostly Haunts. Modern Comics. rpt. Horror anth.

** no. 40 (1977.) “A Word about Vampires and Werewolves” by Nicola Cuti & Newton. 1p. v various [Ghostly Haunts #40 (Charlton, Sep. 1974.)]

Ghostly Haunts. Murray [Australia.] b&w. anth. mag. Format.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d.) a. “Cinderella” by Steve Ditko. 8p. v various [The Thing! #12 (1954.)] b. “The Invisible Wall.” 8p. v Lenna and others [American source unknown.] c.“The Vampire.” 17p. v Count Ehrenstein, Helen [American source unknown.] Vampire cover.

Ghostly Haunts. Murray [Australia.] b&w. anth. Comic format.

** no. 2 (n.d.) Vampire hostess. “Web of Evil.” 8p. v vampire bats [Ghostly Haunts (Charlton) #31 (1973.)]

Ghostly Tales. Charlton. Horror anth.

** no. 91 (Jan. 1972.) “Bloody Mermaid” by San Ho Kim. 23p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Manga Horror #1 (1998.)]

** no. 116 (July 1975.) Vampire cover: San Ho Kim.

** no. 121 (June 1976.) “The Last Bite.” 7p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #147.]

** no. 147 (Mar. 1981.) “The Last Bite.” 7p. [#121.]

Ghostly Tales Album. Murray [Australia.] b&w. anth. Comic format.

** no. 11 (n.d.) “I’ll Love You Forever and Ever” by Joe Gill & San Ho Kim. 7p. v Count Ossenhauf, Dennis, Lynne [Ghost Manor #20 (1974.)]

Ghosts. DC. Horror anth.

** no. 50 (1976.) “The Most Fearful Villain of the Supernatural” by Geo. Kashdan & Lee Elias and Adrienne Roy. 6p. v various. c. Bram Stoker [rpt. in DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest #6 (1980.)]

** no. 95 (Dec. 1980.) “The Victim” by Manak. 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 109 (1982.) “The Corpse Wasn’t Ready to Die” by George Kashdan & Howard Bender et al. v Noroka. Cover: Ernie Colón.

Ghosts and Ghouls. Gredown Pty [Australia.] b&w.

** no. 3 (n.d.) “Satan’s Demon” by Felix Saborido. 6p. v Arthur Warren. [Horror Tales vol. 2, no. 5 (1970.)]

Ghosts of Dracula. Eternity Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1991.) By Martin Powell & Seppo Makinen. 28p. v Dracula.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1991.) 29p.

** no. 3 (Nov. 1991.) 28p.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1991.) 29p.

** no. 5 (Jan. 1992.) 29p.

Ghoul Tales. Stanley Publications, Inc. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** vol. 1, no. 2 (Jan. 1971.) Vampire (or, possibly, ghoul) cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 1, no. 4 (May 1971.) “The Bloodstone!” 4p. v Unnamed, preys upon women who wear a blood-drinking ruby ring [Weird Mysteries #10 (1954.)]

Ghoul Tales. Portman [U.K.] b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** vol. 1, no. 1 (1979.) “The Bloodstone!” 4p. v Unnamed, preys upon women who wear a blood-drinking ruby ring [Weird Mysteries #10 (1954.)]

Ghouls. Eternity. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1989.) “The Skull of the Ghoul” by Alan Hewetson & Sostres. 9p. v Countess Sostres, Dracula’s skull [Scream #4 (1974.)]

Giant Cracked. Major Magazines. b&w. anth. mag.

** (July 1979.) “Celebrity Garbage” by John Severin. v Count Dracula.

** (Oct. 1979.) “Cracked Vampire Game.” 16p. v Count Dracula.

** (July 1983.) “Cracked Vampire Game.” 16p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 44 (July 1986.) a. “Cracked Visits the Munsters.” 1p. v The Munsters (fumette.) [Cracked Magazine #52 (1966.)] b. “It’s a Weird, Weird, Weird, Weird World.” 1p. v Barnabas Collins (fumette) [Cracked Collector’s Edition #22 (1977.)]

** no. 46 (Jan. 1987.) “A Cracked Look at Photography.” 5p. v Unnamed [Cracked in the Saddle (1975.)]

Giant Cracked Annual. Major Magazines. b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

** no. 2 (1966.) “Monsters in Everything.” 3p. v various.

** no. 11 (1975.) “Vampires of the World.” 4p. v various [Cracked Collector’s Edition (Sep. 1979.)]

Giant Size Action Planet Halloween Special. Action Planet. anth. Oversize format.

** no. 1 (1998.) “They Saved Reagan’s Brain” by John Heebink. 7p. v Bitchula. c. Wrathbone.

Giant-Size Chillers. Marvel. Vampire anth.

** no. 1 (June 1974.) a. “Have You Ever Seen a Huge Black Vampire” by Stan Lee & John Romita. 4p. v Herr Gustav [Mystic #25 (1953.)] b. “Night of the She-Demon” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 24p. v Dracula, Lilith, Intro [rpt. in three parts in Dracula Lives (U.K) #48, 49, 50 (1975;) Tomb of Dracula. Omnibus Vol. 1 (2008.)] c. “There Was Worse than Death in the Village Graveyard.” 6p. v various [Adventures into Weird Worlds #4 (1952.)] d. “Keeping Track of Drac” by Marv Wolfman. 2p. Article.

Note: Series continues as Giant-Size Dracula.

Giant-Size Dracula. Marvel Comics. Vampire anth.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1974.) a. “Call Them Triad. . . Call Them Death!” by Chris Claremont & Don Heck. 29p. v Dracula. [rpt. in Tomb of Dracula. Omnibus Vol. 1 (2008.)] b. “Vampire at the Window” by Stan Lee. 3p. v various [rpt. in Astonishing Tales #18 (1952.)] Cover: Pablo Marcos.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1974.) a. “I Was a Vampire.” 5p. v various [rpt. in Uncanny Tales #6 (1953.)] b. “The Mark of the Vampire!” 5p. v various [rpt. in Spellbound #22 (1954.)] c. “Slow Death on the Killing Ground” by Chris Claremont & Don Heck. 30p. v Dracula [rpt. in Tomb of Dracula. Omnibus Vol. 1 (2008.)]

** no. 4 (Mar. 1975.) a. “Let It Bleed!” by David Kraft & Don Heck. 30p. v Dracula. [rpt. in Tomb of Dracula. Omnibus Vol. 1 (2008.)] b. “You Can’t Escape.” 5p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Adventures into Terror #6 (1951.)]

** no. 5 (June 1975.) “The Art of Dying” by David A. Kraft & Virgil Redondo and Dan Adkins. 30p. v Dracula. b. “The Hidden Vampire.” 8p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Journey into Mystery #2 (1952.)]

Note: Continues series begun as Giant-Size Chillers.

Giant-Size Man-Thing. Marvel. anth.

** no. 5 (Aug. 1975.) “Hellcow!” by Steve Gerber & Frank Brunner. Satire. 10p. v Dracula and Hellcow. c. Howard the Duck [rpt. in The Silver Surfer vs. Dracula (1993;) Essential Howard the Duck #1 (2002.)]

Giant-Size Mini Comics. Eclipse. b&w. anth.

** no. 2 (1986.) “A Halloween I’d Just as Soon Forget” by Jeff Nicholson. 5p. v Unnamed pseudo-vampire.

Giant Size Rune. Malibu Comics Entertainment.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1995.) by Chris Ulm & Barry Windsor-Smith. 31p. v Rune. Cover: Barry Windsor-Smith.

Giant-Size Spider-Man. Marvel.

** no. 1 (July 1974.) “Ship of Fiends” by Len Wein & Ross Andru. 30p. v Dracula [rpt. in Spider‑Man vs. Dracula #1 (1993.)] Cover: John Romita.

Giant-Size Super-Heroes. Marvel.

** no. 1 (June 1974.) “Man-Wolf at Midnight!” by Gerry Conway & Gil Kane. 24p. v Morbius.

Giant-Size Werewolf. Marvel.

** no. 4 (Apr. 1975.) “A Meeting of Blood” by Doug Moench & Virgil Redondo. 22p. v Morbius.

Gloom Cookie. Slave Labor Graphics. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (June 1999.) “Lex & Max” by Serena Valentino & Ted Naifeh. 10p. v Damion. Cover: Ted Naifeh.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1999.) “Dangerously Isabella.” 18p.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1999.) “Lex’s Nightmare.” 10p. (story continues although Damion is not depicted.)

** no. 4 (Mar. 2000.) “Isabella’s Revenge.” 12p. v Damion.

** no. 5 (June 2000.) “Tortured Spirits” 32p. v Damion.

** no. 6 (Oct. 2000.) “The Capture.” 16p. v Damion.

Continuing series.

The Gnarly Adventures of Busman. See: Simpsons Comics.

Godwheel. Malibu.

** no. 0 (Jan. 1995.) By Chris Ulm and Dan Danko & Mark Pacella. 23p. v Rune. Cover: Mark Pacella.

Golden Age Men of Mystery. AC. b&w. rpt.

** no. 3 (1996.) "Commando Yank and the Bat Wings of Doom" by Dan Barry. 6p. v. various. [Wow #35 (1945.)]

The Golden Age of Batman: The Greatest Covers of Detective Comics from the ‘30s to the ‘50s. Artabas.

** (1994.) Portfolio with covers from Detective Comics. Bob Kane’s comic of Detective Comics #31 (1939,) featuring the vampire The Monk, is reproduced twice.

Golden Comics Digest. Gold Key. Satire anth.

** no. 7 (Nov. 1969.) “Wacky Races: The Last Lap Laugh.” 10p. v vampire driver of The Creepy Coupe.

** no. 11 (July 1970.) “Haunted-House Hunting.” 9p. v Unnamed (cameo.) w Mr. & Mrs. J. Evil Scientist.

Goodies (“The Little Book of Naughty Bits.”) Jabberwocky Graphix. b&w. anth. Small format. Adult.

** no. 16 (Dec. 1984.) “Vampia” by Doug Holverson. 1p. v Vampia.

** no. 31 (June 1976.) “Titula—Vampire Hunter” by Brad W. Foster. 1p. v Dracula. Cover: Dave Garcia.

Gore Shriek. FantaCo. Horror anth. b&w.

** no. 4 (1988.) “The Premature Burial” by Stephen R. Bissette. Text. 13p. v various.

­­­** no. 6½ (1989.) “The Posse” by Eric Stanway. 7p. v various. Note: Cover says, “Not approved for store sale.” Inside front cover says, “Gore Shriek 6½ was created exclusively for Gore Shriek fans. This issue is available only from the artists or from FantaCo Enterprises Inc. No copies are available wholesale.”

Gore Shriek Annual. FantaCo. Horror anth. b&w.

** no. 1 (1990.) Art work by Wendy Snow-Lang on back cover and back inside cover.

Gorgana’s Ghoul Gallery. AC Comics. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (1994.) “Easy Meat” by John Brien. 6p. v Unnamed. Cover: Mark Heike & Bill Black.

** no. 2 (1994.) “Deadline Story” by Mark Heike & Bill Anderson. 10p. v Edward Felton. Cover: Mark Heike & Bill Black.

Goth House Comics Collection. Goth House. b& w.

** no. 2 (1998.) “Goth House is not Haunted” by Julie McGalliard. 2p. v pseudo-vampire goth girl.

Gothic. 5th Panel Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (1997.) “Foundations” by Marc Reichardst & Kevin Leen. 25p. v various.

___ no. 2 (1997.) Not seen, but listed in The Standard Catalog of Comic Books.

Discontinued after #2.

Gothic Justice: The Battle Begins. Imsomniax Comix. b&w.

** no. 1 (Fall 2000.) By Eric Kask & Stephen Stauffer. 22p. v Ash. (One of four projected issues. Remaining issues were never published.)

Gothic Moon. Anarchy Bridgewook. b&w. mag.

___ no. 1 (1996.) By Chancellor Knight & Robert Stewart. 25p. v Vlad, Radan.

Gothic Nights. Rebel Studios. b&w.

** no. 1 (1995.) By David Barbour & Timothy B. Vigil and Adam McDaniel. 22p. v Countess Tanya Ravnos c. Baron Frankenstein.

** no. 2 (1996.) By David Barbour & Timothy B. Vigil and Stephen Ryan. 27p.

Gothic Nights Vol. 2 Collected. Rebel Studios. b&w. rpt.

** no. 1 (1997.) By David Barbour & Timothy B. Vigil and Stephen Ryan. 53p. v Countess Tanya Ravnos. c. Baron Frankenstein.

Gothic Red. Boneyard Pres. b&w. Horror anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1995.) 48p. Illustrated poetry edited by Aaron M. Bordner. v various Unnamed.

­­­___ no. 2 (1995.) 24p. Cover: Aaron M. Bordner. v various Unnamed.

The Gothic Scrolls. Davdez Arts.

** no. 1 Preview (Aug. 1997.) “Drayven the Vampire” by David Hernandez. 12p. v Drayven.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1997.) “The Beginning.” 31p.

___ no. 1a Alternate cover.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1998.) “Deceived.” 22p.

** no. 3 (Mar. 1998.) “Allies.” 18p.

Gothis. Epidemic Studio. b&w.

** no. 1 (1996.) By Melvin Ylagan & Randall Trowbridge. 24p. v Gothis.

Grandpa Al’s Fun House. See: Nova Girls Fun House.

Graphic. FantaCo. b&w. anth. mag.

___ no. 1 (1990.) Vampire (Mosquito) cover. No vampire content.

Note: Graphic superseded Shriek.

Graphique Musique. Slave Labor Graphics. b&w.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1989.) “Citizen Nocturne” by McDalton Allred & Laura Allred. 32p. v Citizen Nocturne.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1990.) “Citizen Nocturne” 30p.

** no. 3 (May 1990.) “Citizen Nocturne” 30p.

Note: Material from #1-3 were later combined into the tpb. Citizen Nocturne (1992.)

Graphixus Magazine. Mal Burns’ Media and Graphic Creations [U.K.] b&w. anth. mag.

** vol. 1, no. 5 (Aug./Sep. 1978.) Part 1. “Rulers of Our Dreams” by Angus McKie. 9p. v vampire bat (cameo, in a drug-induced dream.)

Grave Tales. Wonderful Publishing. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (1974.) Part 1. “Blood Island” by Bill Pearson & Don Newton. 9p. v vampire bats. Limited to 1,000.

Note: Discontinued after no. 1. Wonderful Publishing’s founder was Bruce Hamilton, who in 1991 will create another magazine also called Grave Tales.

Grave Tales. Bruce Hamilton Publishing. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1991.) “Wanna-Be” by Nat Gertler & Batton Lash. 8p. v Marvin, pseudo vampire.

** Canadian edition. Price also indicated in (Canadian) $ 5.50

** no. 2 (Dec. 1991.) “Simon’s Salvation” by Jack D. Harris & John Heebink. 8p. v Denaud.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1992.) “Cycle of the Vampire!” by Jack D. Harris & John Heebink. 8p. v Beverly Meyer.

Grave Tales. Bruce Hamilton. b&w. anth. Limited edition hb. mag.

___ no. 1 (1991.) “Wanna-Be” by Nat Gertler & Batton Lash. 8p. v Marvin, pseudo vampire. Limited to 100 copies.

Gray Morrow’s Private Commissions. Forbidden Fruit. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1992.) “Count Vlad” by Gray Morrow. Art Portfolio. 1p. v Vlad the Impaler (Dracula.)

** no. 2 (Mar. 1992.) Untitled Art. Portfolio. 1p. v Vlad the Impaler.

Gray Morrow’s Amora. See: Amora.

The Great Superman Comic Book Collection. DC. hc.

** (1981.) “The Double-Or-Nothing Life of Superman!” by Cary Bates and Elliot S! Maggin & Curt Swan 18p. v. Parasite.


The Great Superman Comic Book Collection. DC. pb.

** (1981.) “The Double-Or-Nothing Life of Superman!” by Cary Bates and Elliot S! Maggin & Curt Swan 18p. v. Parasite.

Greatest Batman Stories Ever Told. Marvel. anth. rpt. hb.

** (1988.) a. “Batman Versus the Vampire” by Gardner Fox & Bob Kane. 20p. v Dala, The Monk [Detective Comics #31-32 (1939.)] b. “Man-Bat Over Vegas!” by Frank Robbins. 16p. v Man-Bat [Detective Comics #429 (1972.)]

Greatest Batman Stories Ever Told. Marvel. anth. rpt. tpb.

** (1988.) a. “Batman Versus the Vampire” by Gardner Fox & Bob Kane. 20p. v Dala, The Monk [Detective Comics #31-32 (1939.)] b. “Man-Bat Over Vegas!” by Frank Robbins. 16p. v Man-Bat [Detective Comics #429 (1972.)]

Green Hornet. Harvey. Pre-code.

** no. 23 (Mar. 1945.) “Gore of the Vampire” by Anon. & Bob Fujitani. 8p. v Cain and Able Murdair. c. Zebra.

Greenberg the Vampire. Marvel Comics. Oversize format. tpb.

** (1986.) By J. M. DeMatteis & Mark Badger. 70p. v Greenberg [in part from Bizarre Adventures #29 (1981.)]

Grendel. Comico.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1986.) Part 1 “Devil in Response” by Matt Wagner & Pander Bros. 25p. v Tujiro [rpt. in Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy (1988, 2001;) Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy #1 (2000.)]

** no. 2 (Nov. 1986.) Part 2 “Devil Head Raises.” 26p. [rpt. in Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy (1988, 2001;) Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy #2 (2000.)]

** no. 3 (Dec. 1986.) Part 3 “Devil’s Lash.” 26p. [rpt. in Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy (1988, 2001;) Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy #3 (2000.)]

** no. 4 (Jan. 1987.) Part 4 “Touch not the Devil.” 25p. [rpt. in Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy (1988, 2001;) Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy #4 (2000.)]

** no. 5 (Feb. 1987.) Part 5 “Devil in Despair.” 26p. [rpt. in Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy (1988, 2001;) Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy #5 (2000.)]

** no. 6 (Mar. 1987.) Part 6 “Challenge the Devil.” 26p. [rpt. in Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy (1988, 2001;) Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy #6 (2000.)]

** no. 7 (Apr. 1987.) Part 7 “Devil’s Dance.” 26p. [rpt. in Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy (1988, 2001;) Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy #7 (2000.)]

** no. 13 (Oct. 1987.) Part 1 “Bedevilled” by Matt Wagner & Bernie Mireault. 26p. v Tujiro (cameo) [rpt. in Grendel: The Devil Inside #1 (1989;) Grendel: The Devil Inside tp. (2004.)]

** no. 14 (Nov. 1987.) Part 2 “Be the Devil.” 26p. v Tujiro (cameo) [rpt. in Grendel: The Devil Inside #2 (1989;) Grendel: The Devil Inside tp. (2004.)]

** no. 15 (Dec. 1987.) Part 3 “Beat the Devil.” 26p. v Tujiro (cameo) [rpt. in Grendel: The Devil Inside #3 (1989;) Grendel: The Devil Inside tp. (2004.)]

** no. 24 (Oct. 1988.) “Devil Reborn” by Matt Wagner & John K. Snyder. 26p. v Pope Innocent XLII (who is, in fact, Tujiro in disguise) [rpt. in Grendel: God and the Devil #1(2003;) Grendel: God and the Devil tpb. (2008.)]

** no. 25 (Nov. 1988.) “Devil at Large” by Matt Wagner & John K. Snyder. 26p. v Pope Innocent XLII [rpt. in Grendel: God and the Devil #2(2003;) Grendel: God and the Devil tpb. (2008.)]

** no. 26 (Dec. 1988.) “Devil’s Tracks” by Matt Wagner & Jay Geldhof. 26p. v Pope Innocent XLII [rpt. in Grendel: God and the Devil #3(2003;) Grendel: God and the Devil tpb. (2008.)]

** no. 27 (Jan. 1989.) “Devils, Devils Everywhere” by Matt Wagner & John K. Snyder. 26p. v Pope Innocent XLII [rpt. in Grendel: God and the Devil #4(2003;) Grendel: God and the Devil tpb. (2008.)]

** no. 28 (Feb. 1989.) “Devils Driven” by Matt Wagner & John K. Snyder. 26p. v Pope Innocent XLII and his minions [rpt. in Grendel: God and the Devil #5(2003;) Grendel: God and the Devil tpb. (2008.)]

** no. 29 (Mar. 1989.) “Devil’s Delusions” by Matt Wagner & Jay Geldhof. 26p. v Pope Innocent XLII and his minions [rpt. in Grendel: God and the Devil #6(2003;) Grendel: God and the Devil tpb. (2008.)]

** no. 30 (Apr. 1989.) “Devil Unveiled” by Matt Wagner & John K. Snyder. 26p. v Pope Innocent XLII and his minions [rpt. in Grendel: God and the Devil #7(2003;) Grendel: God and the Devil tpb. (2008.)]

** no. 31 (May 1989.) “Devil’s Holiday” by Matt Wagner & John K. Snyder. 26p. v Pope Innocent XLII and his minions [rpt. in Grendel: God and the Devil #8(2003;) Grendel: God and the Devil tpb. (2008.)]

** no. 32 (June 1989.) “Devil’s Disclosure” by Matt Wagner & Jay Geldhof. 26p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Grendel: God and the Devil #9(2003;) Grendel: God and the Devil tpb. (2008.)]

** no. 33 (July 1989.) “Devil’s Demise” by Matt Wagner & John K. Snyder. 40p. v Pope Innocent XLII and his minions [rpt. in Grendel: God and the Devil #10(2003;) Grendel: God and the Devil tpb. (2008.)]

** no. 34 (Aug. 1989.) a. Orion’s Sword, part 1. “Devil in Name” by Matt Wagner & Tim Sale. 14p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #1 (2004.)]  b. “Tales from the Underground: Viva Las Vegas” by Matt Wagner & Tim Sale. 10p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #1 (2004.)]

** no. 35 (Sep. 1989.) a. Orion’s Sword, part 2. “Devil in Image.” 14p. [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #2 (2004.)] b. “Tales from the Underground: Burning Love” by Matt Wagner & Tim Sale. 10p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #2 (2004.)]

 ** no. 36 (Oct. 1989.) [Note: Orion’s Sword, part 3, does not include vampires] “Tales from the Underground: Don’t Be Cruel” by Matt Wagner & Tim Sale. 10p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #3 (2004.)]

** no. 37 (Nov. 1989.) a. Orion’s Sword, part 4. “Devil in Deed” [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #4 (2004.)] 14p. v various Unnamed. b. “Tales from the Underground: Jailhouse Rock” by Matt Wagner & Tim Sale. 10p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #4 (2004.)]

** no. 38 (Dec. 1989.) [Note: Orion’s Sword, part 5 does not include vampires.] “Tales from the Underground: My Way” by Matt Wagner & Tim Sale. 10p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #5 (2004.)]

** no. 39 (Jan. 1990.) [Note: Orion’s Sword, part 6 does not include vampires.] “Tales from the Underground: Hound Dog” by Matt Wagner & Tim Sale. 10p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #6 (2004.)]

** no. 40 (Feb. 1990.) a. Orion’s Sword, part 7. “Devil Redeemed.” 14p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #7 (2004.)] b. “Tales from the Underground: Suspicious Minds” by Matt Wagner & Tim Sale. 10p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Grendel: Devil’s Reign #7 (2004.)]

Note: Grendel series continued in Grendel: War Child.

Grendel Cycle. Dark Horse.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1995.) By Matt Wagner. 64p. A summary of Grendel’s story so far, with art. v Tujiro.

Grendel: The Devil Inside. Graphitti Designs. rpt. hb.

** (1989) By Matt Wagner & Bernie E. Mireault. 82p. v Tujiro (cameos.) Signed edition limited to 1,200 copies.

Combines issues 13-15 (1987) of Grendel (Comico.)

Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy. rpt. hb. Graphitti Design.

** (1988.) Limited to 2000 signed and numbered copies. Story by Matt Wagner & Pander Bros. v Tujiro. Reprints issues #1-12 of Grendel (1986-1987.)

Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy. rpt. tpb. Comico.

** (1988.) Limited to 2000 signed and numbered copies. Story by Matt Wagner & Pander Bros. v Tujiro. Reprints issues #1-12 of Grendel (1986-1987.)

Grendel: The Devil’s Legacy. Dark Horse. rpt.

** no. 1 (Mar. 2000.) “Devil in Response” by Matt Wagner & Jeff Pander and Jacob Pander. 25p. v Tujiro [Grendel (Comico) #1 (1986.)]

** no. 2 (Apr. 2000.) “Devil Head Raises.” 26p. [Grendel (Comico) #2 (1986.)]

** no. 3 (May 2000.) “Devil’s Lash.” 26p. [Grendel (Comico) #3 (1986.)]

** no. 4 (June 2000.) “Touch Not the Devil.” 25p. [Grendel (Comico) #4 (1987.)]

** no. 5 (July 2000.) “Devil in Despair.” 26p. [Grendel (Comico) #5 (1987.)]

** no. 6 (Aug. 2000.) “Challenge the Devil.” 26p. [Grendel (Comico) #6 (1987.)]

** no. 7 (Sep. 2000.) “Devil’s Dance.” 26p. [Grendel (Comico) #7 (1987.)]

  Note: Nos. 8 to 10 do not include vampires. Continuing series.

Grendel Tales: The Devil’s Apprentice. Dark Horse.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1997.) “Book 1” by Jeffrey Lang & Steve Lieber. 22p. v John Crow and others.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1997.) “Book 2.” 23p.

** no. 3 (Nov. 1997.) “Book 3.” 22p.

Grendel Tales: The Devil’s Hammer. Dark Horse.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1994.) “Book 1: Black Blood” by Rob Walton, Bernie Mireault & Kathryn Delaney. 20p. v The Abbot [who, although not a vampire, used a vampire army (not shown, but mentioned, in the story) to claim the heritage of the vampire pope Innocent XLII.]

** no. 2 (Mar. 1994.) “Book 2: Dark Arrows.” 20p.

** no. 3 (Apr. 1994.) “Book 3: The Truth.” 20p.

Grendel Tales: Four Devils, One Hell. Dark Horse.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1993.) “Four Beginners, One Case” by James Robinson & Teddy H. Kristiansen. 24p. v Renute and his New Orleans vampire coven.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1993.) “Three Searchers, One Streak.” 24p.

** no. 3 (Oct. 1993.) “Four Questions, Three Answers.” 24p.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1993.) “One Rite, Three Wrongs.” 24p.

** no. 5 (Dec. 1993.) “Four Fakes, One Finale.” 28p.

** no. 6 (Jan. 1994.) “One Carnival, Three Captives.” 24p.

Rpt. as a tpb. Grendel Tales: Four Devils, One Hell (1994.)

Grendel Tales: Four Devils, One Hell. Dark Horse. tpb.

** (1994.) By James Robinson & Teddy H. Kristiansen. 160p. v Renute and his New Orleans vampire coven.

Notes: Combined six issued of the comic book mini-series.

Grendel: War Child. Dark Horse.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1992.) “Devil in the City” by Matt Wagner & Patrick McEown 24p. v various Unnamed.

** no. 6 (Jan. 1993.) “Devil in Hell.” 24p. v various Unnamed.

** no. 7 (Jan. 1993.) “Devil in Chains.” 24p. v various Unnamed.

** no. 8 (Mar. 1993.) “Devil in Pursuit.” 24p. v various Unnamed.

** no. 9 (May 1993.) “Devil to the Rescue.” 24p. v various Unnamed.

Rpt. as Grendel: War Child (hb, 1993; tpb. 2001.)

Grendel: War Child. Dark Horse. rpt. hb.

** (1993.) By Matt Wagner & Patrick McEown. 264p. v various Unnamed. Limited to 1,000 signed copies. Collects Grendel: War Child (1992-1993.)

Note: tpb. version published in 2001.

Grimjack Casefiles. First. anth.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1990.) Parts 1 & 2. “Buried Past” by John Ostrander & Tim Truman. 16p. v Mick Crocker, Miranda Mastenbrook [Starslayer #12-13 (1984.)]

** no. 2 (Dec. 1990.) Parts 3, 4 & 5. “Buried Past.” 30p. [Starslayer #13, 14 and 15 (1984.)]

Grimm’s Ghost Stories. Dell. anth.

___ no. 56 (Oct. 1980.) “Dracula – Fact or Fiction” by Mel Crawford. 1p. Illustrated text.

Grimm’s Ghost Stories. Withman. anth. rpt.

** no. 56 (1981.) “Dracula – Fact or Fiction” by Mel Crawford. 1p. Illustrated text.

The Grinning Skull. Gredown [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d.) “Somebody Else’s Skin.” 8p. v evil Count Boiboda in the body of Ivan Wrong, mistaken by Gemma for a vampire and staked. Transl. from Spanish. Vampire bats on cover.

The Gruesome Alphabet. b&w. tpb. San Jose (CA): SLG Publishing, 1999.

** (1999.) By L. G. X. Lillian Mousli. 26p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

Gustav P.I. (Paranormal Investigator.) Nantier-Beall-Minoustchine. tpb. Large format.

** (1998.) By Malcolm Bourne & Ken Meyer, Jr. 48p. v Maya.

The Guts of Continuity Comics. Continuity Comics. b&w. anth. mag.

** (1992.) “Valeria the She-Bat” by Neal Adams. 17p. v Valeria (a character with some vampiric features.) Advertising preview item. 

H

Halloween Horror. Eclipse Comics. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1987.) “The Secret of Thurman Renauld” by Lou Cameron. 7p. v Thurman Renauld [The Beyond #26 (1954.)] Cover: Chastain.

Halloween Megazine. Marvel. rpt.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1996.) “The Tomb of Dracula” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 84p. v Dracula. c. Blade. Reprints issues #12-15 of Tomb of Dracula (1973-1974.)

Halloween Terror. Eternity. anth.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1990.) “The Fearless Vampire Killer” by Lowell Cunningham & Marvin Perry Mann. 8p. v Doktor Rotmann. Cover: Ron Wilbur.

The Hand of Fate. A.A. Wyn/Ace Magazines. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 21 (Dec. 1953.) a. “Invitation to Your Wake.” 7p. v various (minions of Belial.) b. “Revenge of the Haunted.” 7p. v Kato and others.

** no. 24 (Aug. 1954.) “A Hand of Fate Mystery # 34.” 1p. v Victor Blanchard.

** no. 25 (Nov. 1954.) “Big Top Nightmare.” 7p. v Countess Elyra Barovna [The Beyond #5 (1951.)]

Hanna-Barbera Presents. Archie.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1996.) Cover: Wacky Races, featuring The Creepy Coupe, one of whose two drivers (the Gruesome Twosome) is a vampire.

** no. 7 (Sep. 1996.) Cover: Wacky Races, featuring The Creepy Coupe. a. “Desert Victory” by Howard Kirschenbaum, Hanson & Pacheco. 12p. v The Creepy Coupe driver. b. “The Jaded Japanese Jaunt!” by Howard Kirschenbaum, Melesi & Aranda. 10p. v The Creepy Coupe driver.

Hanna-Barbera Super TV Heroes. Gold Key.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1968.) “The Mighty Mightor Battles the Vampire King.” 5p. v vampire men (slaves of Katal), giant vampire bat. w The Mighty Mightor.

** no. 2 (July 1968.) “Herculoids: The Vapor-Vampire Invasion.” 6p. v the vapor vampires (“vaporoids” able to condense into vampire-like creatures.)

Hanna-Barbera The Funky Phantom Annual. Brown Watson [U.K.] Hc.

** (1974.) “The Scavenger Scramble.” 13p. v The Creepy Coupe driver [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #7 (1972.)]

Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races. Gold Key.

** no. 1 (n.d., ©1969.) a. “Super Silly Swamp Sprint.” 9p. v The Creepy Coupe driver [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual (1970, 1975.)] b. “Whizzing to Washington.” 8p. [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual (1970, 1975.)] c. “Wrong Track Mind.” 9p. [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual (1970.)]

** no. 2 (Feb. 1971.) a. “Mish Mash Missouri Dash.” 8p. [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual (1974;) Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual Featuring The Harlem Globetrotters (1976.)] b. “Real Gone Ape.” 7p. [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual (1974.)] c. “Wide Open Races.” 11p.

** no. 3 (May 1971.) a. “Free Wheeling to Wheeling.” 8p. [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual (1973.)] b. “It’s Go-Go for Kokomo.” 10p. [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual (1973.)] c. “Race Rally to Raleigh.” 7p.

** no. 4 (Aug. 1971.) a. “Beat the Clock through Yellowrock.” 13p. [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual (1974.;) Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual Featuring The Harlem Globetrotters (1976.)] b. “Follow Through to Yoo Hoo.” 12p. [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual (1974.)]

** no. 5 (Nov. 1971.) a. “Wacky Race to Ballpoint, Penn.” 8p. b. “Wrong Lumber Race.” 6p. [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual (1975.)] c. “The Zippy Mississippi Race.” 11p.

** no. 6 (Feb. 1972.) a. “The Baja Ha-Ha Race.” 15p. b. “The Speedy Arkansas Travelers.” 10p.

** no. 7 (Apr. 1972.) a. “The San Diego Go-Go.” 12p. b. “The Scavenger Scramble.” 13p. [rpt. in Hanna-Barbera The Funky Phantom Annual (1974;) Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual Featuring The Harlem Globetrotters (1976.)]

Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races. Whitman. rpt.

___ no. 2 (Feb. 1971.) a. “Mish Mash Missouri Dash.” 8p. b. “Real Gone Ape.” 7p. c. “Wide Open Races.” 11p.

___ no. 3 (May 1971.) a. “Free Wheeling to Wheeling.” 8p. b. “It’s Go-Go for Kokomo.” 10p. c. “Race Rally to Raleigh.” 7p.

___ no. 4 (Aug. 1971.) a. “Beat the Clock through Yellowrock.” 13p. b. “Follow Through to Yoo Hoo.” 12p.

___ no. 5 (Nov. 1971.) a. “Wacky Race to Ballpoint, Penn.” 8p. b. “Wrong Lumber Race.” 6p. c. “The Zippy Mississippi Race.” 11p.

** no. 6 (Feb. 1972.) a. “The Baja Ha-Ha Race.” 15p. b. “The Speedy Arkansas Travelers.” 10p.

** no. 7 (Apr. 1972.) a. “The San Diego Go-Go.” 12p. b. “The Scavenger Scramble.” 13p.

Hanna-Barbera’s Wacky Races. Rosnock Publications [Australia.] b&w.

** n.n. (n.d.) a. “Super Silly Swamp Sprint.” 9p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races (Gold Key) #1 (n.d., © 1969.)] b. “Whizzing to Washington.” 8p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races (Gold Key) #1 (n.d., © 1969.)] c. “Wrong Track Mind.” 9p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races (Gold Key) #1 (n.d., © 1969.)]

** n.n. (n.d.) a. “Beat the Clock through Yellowrock.” 13p. v Unnamed, one of the Gruesome Twosome driving The Creepy Coupe [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races (Gold Key) #4 (1971.)] b. “It’s Go-Go for Kokomo.” 10p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races (Gold Key) #3 (1971.)]

Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual. World Distributors [U.K.] hb. rpt. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (1970.) a. “Super Silly Swamp Sprint.” 9p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #1 (©1969.)] b. “Whizzing to Washington.” 8p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #1 (©1969.)] c. “Wrong Track Mind.” 9p. v Unnamed, one of the Gruesome Twosome driving The Creepy Coupe [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #1 (©1969.)]

Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual. Brown Watson [U.K.] hb. rpt.

** (1973.) a. “Free Wheeling to Wheeling.” 8p. v The Creepy Coupe driver [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races (Gold Key) #3 (1971.)] b. “It’s Go-Go for Kokomo.” 10p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races (Gold Key) #3 (1971.)] c. “Wacky Race Flick.” 2p. (game.) d. “The Wacky Race Game.” 2p. (game.)

** (1974.) a. “Beat the Clock through Yellowrock.” 13p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #4 (1971.)] b. “Follow Through to Yoo Hoo.” 12p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #4 (1971.)] c. “Mish Mash Missouri Dash.” 8p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #2 (1971.)] d. “Real Gone Ape.” 7p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #2 (1971.)]

** (1975.) a. “Super Silly Swamp Sprint.” 9p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #1 (1971.)] b. “Whizzing to Washington.” 8p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #1 (1971.)] c. “Wrong Lumber Race.” 6p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #5 (1971.)]

Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Annual Featuring The Harlem Globetrotters. Brown Watson [U.K.] hb. rpt.

** (1976.) a. “Beat the Clock through Yellowrock.” 13p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #4 (1971.)] b. “Harlem Globetrotters: Wilds and Wizards.” 25p. v Krayko, Vampoona (vampire-like witches.) c. “Mish Mash Missouri Dash.” 8p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #2 (1971.)] d. “The Scavenger Scramble.” 13p. [Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races #7 (1972.)]

Harlan Ellison’s Chocolate Alphabet. See: From A to Z in the Chocolate Alphabet.

Harpy: Prize of the Overlord. Ground Zero Comics. b&w.

** Preview (Oct. 1996.) 18p.

___ Preview: Nude Cover. Limited to 1,000 copies.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1996.) By Dan Parsons. 21p. v Harpy. Cover: Stephen Sandoval.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1997.) 23p. Cover: Dan Parsons.

** no. 3 (Apr. 1997.) 20p.

** no. 4 (June 1997.) 20p.

** no. 5 (Aug. 1997.) 21p.

** no. 6 (Oct. 1997.) 22p. Cover: Dan Parsons, Michael Bair, & Jose Villarrubia.

Rpt. as a tpb. Harpy: Prize of the Overlord (1988.)

Harpy: Prize of the Overlord. Ground Zero Comics. b&w. rpt. tpb.

** no. 1 (1988.) By Dan Parsons. 148p. Collects issues #1-6 of Harpy: Prize of the Overlord (1996-1997.)

Harpy Pin-up Special. Peregrine Entertainment.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1998.) Portfolio. 24p. v Harpy.

Harte of Darkness. Eternity. b&w.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1991.) “On the Edge” by Mel Odom & Donnie Jupiter. 24p. v Dennis Harte.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1991.) “Feeding Frenzy.” 26p.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1991.) “Dead Yesterday.” 28p.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1992.) “Siren Call.” 28p.

Harvey Kurtzman’s Strange Adventure. Epic Comics/Byron Priess. hb. anth.

** (1990.) a. “Halloween, or the Legend of Creepy Hollow” by Harvey Kurtzman & Sarah Downs. 4p. v Unnamed. b. “A Vampire Named Mel” by Harvey Kurtzman & Tomas Bunk. 5p. v Mel.

The Haunt of Fear. EC. hb. Dj. Pre-code horror anth. Large format.

** no. 2 (July/Aug. 1950.) “Vampire!” by Johnny Craig. 8p. v Nelda Winslow [rpt. in The Haunt of Fear (Gemstone) #2 (1993;) and The Haunt of Fear Annual vol. 1 (1994.)] Cover: Johnny Craig. Cover says “no. 16.”

** no. 5 (Jan./Feb. 1951.) “A Biting Finish” by Graham Inglis. 7p. v Thaddeus Godkin [rpt. in The Haunt of Fear (Gladstone) #2 (1991;) The Haunt of Fear (Gemstone) #5 (1993;) and The Haunt of Fear Annual vol. 1 (1994.)] Cover: Johnny Craig.

** no. 6 (Mar./Apr. 1951.) “So They Finally Pinned You Down!” by Wallace Wood. 7p. v Unnamed [Adapted as “The Sucker” in Terror Illustrated #1 (1955;) rpt. in The Haunt of Fear (Gemstone) #6 (1994;) and The Haunt of Fear Annual vol. 2 (1995.)] Cover: Johnny Craig.

** no. 10 (Nov./Dec. 1951.) “The Vamp” by Johnny Craig & Jack Davis. 7p. v various [rpt. in Haunt of Fear (Gemstone) #10 (1995,) and The Haunt of Fear Annual vol. 2 (1995.)] Cover: Al Feldstein.

** no. 13 (May/June 1952.) “Minor Error!” by Jack Kamen. 6p. v Ezra [rpt. in Tales of Terror Annual #3 (1953;) The Vault of Horror (Gladstone) #4 (1991;) The Haunt of Fear (Gemstone) #13 (1995;) and The Haunt of Fear Annual vol. 3 (1996.)]

** no. 14 (July/Aug. 1952.) “A Little Stranger!” 8p. v Elicia [rpt. in EC Classics #9 (1987;) The Haunt of Fear (Russ Cochran) #1 (1991;) The Haunt of Fear (Gemstone) #14 (1996;) and The Haunt of Fear Annual vol. 3 (1996.)]

The Haunt of Fear. Gemstone Publishing. EC rpt. anth.

** 1985. Five-volume hard-bound boxed set that included the complete run of all issues of The Haunt of Fear with the vampire stories as they originally appeared. a. “A Biting Finish!” 7p. v Thaddeus Godkin [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #5 (1951.)] b. “A Little Stranger!” 8p. v Elicia [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #14 (1952.)] c. “Minor Error!” by Jack Kamen. 6p. v Ezra [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #13 (1952.)] d. “So They Finally Pinned You Down!” by Wallace Wood. 7p. v Unnamed [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #6 (1951.)] e. “The Vamp” by Johnny Craig & Davis. 7p. v various [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #10 (1951.)] f. “Vampire!” by Johnny Craig. 8p. v Nelda Winslow [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #2 (1950.)]

The Haunt of Fear. Gladstone. EC rpt. anth.

** no. 2 (July 1991.) “A Biting Finish” by Graham Inglis. 7p. v Thaddeus Godkin [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #5 (1951.)] Cover: Johnny Craig.

The Haunt of Fear. Russ Cochran. EC rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1991.) “A Little Stranger” 8p. v Elicia [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #14 (1952.)]

The Haunt of Fear. Gemstone Publishing. EC rpt. anth.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1993.) “Vampire!” by Johnny Craig. 8p. v Nelda Winslow [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #2 (1950.)] Cover: Johnny Craig. Cover and indicia says no. 16, although it is in fact no. 2.

** no. 5 (Nov. 1993.) “A Biting Finish!” by Graham Inglis. 7p. v Thaddeus Godkin [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #5 (1951.)] Cover: Johnny Craig.

** no. 6 (Feb. 1994.) “So They Finally Pinned You Down!” by Wallace Wood. 7p. v Unnamed [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #6 (1951.)] Cover: Johnny Craig.

** no. 10 (Feb. 1995.) “The Vamp” by Johnny Craig & Jack Davis. 7p. v various [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #10 (1951.)] Cover: Al Feldstein.

** no. 13 (Nov. 1995.) “Minor Error!” by Jack Kamen. 6p. v Ezra [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #13 (1952.)]

** no. 14 (Feb. 1996.) “A Little Stranger!” 8p. v Elicia [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #14 (1952.)]

The Haunt of Fear Annual. Gemstone Publishing. EC rpt. anth.

(1994-1999) Beginning in 1994, the issues of The Haunt of Fear published by Gemstone were gathered into an annual volume, five issues per volume. The annuals were produced by gathering five issues of the Gemstone reprints and binding them together within a new cover. The six annuals included the following issues: #1 (1-5,) #2 (6-10,) #3 (11-15,) #4 (16-20,) #5 (21-25,) and #6 (26-28.)

** no. 1 (1994; #1-5.) a. “A Biting Finish!” by Graham Inglis. 7p. v Thaddeus Godkin [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #5 (1951.)] b. “Vampire!” by Johnny Craig. 8p. v Nelda Winslow [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #16 (1950.)]

** no. 2 (1995; #6-10.) a. “So They Finally Pinned You Down!” by Wallace Wood. 7p. v Unnamed [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #6 (1951.)] b. “The Vamp” by Johnny Craig & Jack Davis. 7p. v various [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #10 (1951.)]

** no. 3 (1996; #11-15.) a. “A Little Stranger!” 8p. v Elicia [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #14 (1952.)] b. “Minor Error!” by Jack Kamen. 6p. v Ezra [The Haunt of Fear (EC) #13 (1952.)]

The Haunt of Horror. Curtis. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** no. 2 (July 1974.) “A Fire in Hell” by Gerry Conway. 8p. Text. v Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)]

** no. 4 (Nov. 1974.) a. “Doorway to Dark Destiny” by Chris Claremont. 8p. Text. v Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)] b. “This Side of Hell” by Tony Isabella & Enrique Romero. 12p. v Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)]

** no. 5 (Jan. 1975.) “If this be Hell. . . ?” by Chris Claremont & George Evans. 12p. v Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)] Cover: Dick Giordano.

The Haunt of Horror. Yaffa [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (1974.) a. “Doorway to Dark Destiny” by Chris Claremont. 8p. Text. v Satana [The Haunt of Horror (Curtis) #4 (1974.)] b. “This Side of Hell” by Tony Isabella & Enrique Romero. 12p. v Satana [The Haunt of Horror (Curtis) #4 (1974.)]

Haunted. Charlton. Horror anth. Cover says: “Baron Weirwulf’s Haunted Library.”

** no. 13 (July 1973.) “The Vampire Lives!” by Joe Gill & Pat Boyette. 8p. v Count Mikhailovich [rpt. in #41.]

** no. 19 (Dec. 1974.) “The Unholy” by Steve Morisi & Pam. 8p. v John and Mary Benton [rpt. in #55.]

** no. 21 (Apr. 1975.) “Enter Freely and Of Your Own Will” by Frank Hayes & Pat Boyette. 8p. v Count Jorga. Cover: Newton.

** no. 25 (Jan. 1976.) “The Cousins.” Text. 2p. v Count Yorgi Klopotkin [rpt. in #57.]

** no. 33 (Dec. 1977.) “Summer People” by Joe Gill & Pam. 8p. v Evelyn Poole.

** no. 41 (Mar. 1979.) “The Vampire Lives!” by Joe Gill & Pat Boyette. 8p. v Count Mikhailovich [#13.]

** no. 55 (May 1981.) “The Unholy” by Steve Morisi & Pam. 8p. v John and Mary Benton [#19.]

** no. 57 (Sep. 1981.) “The Cousins.” Text. 2p. v Count Yorgi Klopotkin [#25.]

** no. 62 (July 1982.) “The Vampire of Hanover” by Pat Boyette. 7p. v Baron Boelke [Creepy Things #6 (1976.)]

Haunted Love. Charlton. Horror/Romance anth.

** no. 9 (May 1975.) “George’s Little Pigeon.” Text. 2p. v Teresa Ostrow.

Haunted Love. Murray [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth. mag.

** ser. 3, no. 2 (n.d.) “The Vampire Lives!” by Joe Gill & Pat Boyette. 8p. v Count Mikhailovich [Haunted #13 (1973.)]

Haunted Tales. Murray [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth. Comic format.

** no. 1 (n.d.) a. “More Deadly Than the Male.” 6p. v Lactra, an alien black widow spider woman [Weird Mysteries #7 (1953.)] b. “The Vampire’s Bane.” 8p. v various, led by Volara, a vampiress [Adventures into the Unknown #19 (1951.)]

** no. 2 (n.d.) “Curse of the Vampires.” 6p.v Lisa Casmana [Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 1, no. 3 (1969.)]

** no. 3 (n.d.) “The Flapping Head.” 8p. v Unnamed [Forbidden Worlds #6(1952.)]

** no. 4 (n.d.) a. “Bat by Night.” 10p. v Baroness Jeanne Calleau [Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 2, no. 4 (Aug. 1971.)] b. “King of the Vampires.” 8p. v various, led by Mr. Leroy [Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 1, no. 6 (1970.)]

** no. 5 (n.d.) a. “The Vampire’s Fate!” 8p. v various [Out of the Night #2 (1952.)] b. “The Wings of Darkness” by Anon. (& John Blummer.) 7p. v A vampire battles a horde of vampire bats [Forbidden Worlds #13 (1953.)] Vampire cover.

** no. 6 (n.d.) “The Hungry Horde” by Anon. & John Blummer. 7p. v various, led by their Unnamed “Master” [Adventures into the Unknown  #39 (1953).]

** no. 7 (n.d.) a. “The Vampire Cat!” 7p. v Vilma [Forbidden Worlds #15 (1953).] b. “Vigil among the Vampires.” 9p. v Sangra and others [Adventures into the Unknown  #16 (1951).]

** no. 8 (n.d.) a. “Swamp Monster” by Basil Wolverton. 6p. v Unnamed [Weird Mysteries #5 (1953.)] b. “The Vampire Swoops.” 10p. v Dr. Charron [Shock vol. 2, no. 5 (1970.)] Vampire bat on cover.

** no. 9 (n.d.) “Vampire Castle!” by Anon. & Frank Beck and George Klein. 7p. v Baron Nicht [Forbidden Worlds #19 (1953.)]

** no. 10 (n.d.) “The Bat and the Brain.” 8p. v Unnamed, vampire-ghost and vampire-brain [Shock vol. 2, no. 6 (1971.)]

** no. 11 (n.d.) “The Bat and the Brain” by Anon. & Gus Ricca. 8p. v Unnamed vampire-ghost and vampire-bat [Skeleton Hand #2 (1952).]

** no. 12 (n.d.) “Vampire.” 5p. v Unnamed vampiress [Mister Mystery #13 (1953.)]

** no. 21 (n.d.) “Paid in Full: A Fear Festival” by Joe Orlando. 10p. v Dracula.

** no. 25 (n.d.) “Return of the Vampire” by Jack Oleck & Franc Reyes. 7p. v Unnamed [The House of Mystery  #251 (1977).]

** no. 28 (n.d.) “The Loathsome Lodger of Nightmare Inn” by C. Wessler & J. Grandenetti. 7p. v Kay Donner [The Unexpected #180 (1977).]

** no. 33 (n.d.) “The Miracle at San Sebastian” by Roger McKenzie & Noly Panaligan. 6p. v Unnamed [The House of Mystery  #259 (1978).]

** no. 40 (n.d.) “The Victim.” 1p. v Unnamed [The House of Mystery #255 (1977.)]

** no. 45 (n.d.) “The Case of the Demon Spawn” by Gerard Conway & Dominguez. 10p. v Christiane McBain, Roderick Doyle (Sherlock Holmes,) John Winston (John Watson) [House of Secrets #112 (1973.)]

Haunted Thrills. Ajax/Farrell. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 8 (Apr. 1953.) “Three in a Grave.” 8p. v Unnamed [rpt. with new splash page, b&w., Weird vol. 2, no. 1 (1966;) rpt. b&w., retitled: “Dig Me a Grave,” in Terror Tales vol. 1, no. 10 (1969;) rpt. b&w., retitled: “The Ghoul,” in Weird vol. 4, no. 6 (1970.)]

Heartstopper: Sorrow About to Fall. Millennium.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1994.) Part 1. “She’s So Unusual” by Steve Roman & Uriel Caton. 24p. v Corum de Sade, a psychic vampire c. Sebastienne.

** no. 2 (1995.) Part 2. “In the Air Tonight” by Steve Roman, Fauve, Uriel Caton & David C. Matthews. 24p.

** no. 3 (1995.) “Killing Floor” by Steve Roman, Fauve and Chuck Majewski. 25p. Ashcan format.

No. 4 never published.

Heathcliff. Marvel.

** no. 13 (Dec. 1987.) “Fright Day at the Bijou” by Angelo DeCesare & Warren Kremer. 10p. v Unnamed (in a movie), Heathcliff (as pseudo-vampire) [rpt. in Heathcliff: Ghosts, Goblins and Creepy Things Like That (1990.)]

Heathcliff: Ghosts, Goblins and Creepy Things Like That. TOR. Mass market tpb. b&w.

** “Fright Day at the Bijou” by Angelo DeCesare & Warren Kremer. 28p. v Unnamed (in a movie), Heathcliff (as pseudo-vampire) [Heathcliff #13 (1987.)]

Heavy Metal. Heavy Metal. b&w. and color. Fantasy anth. mag.

** vol. 1, no. 12 (Mar. 1978.) “Hitchike” by Voss. 3p. v vampire truck.

** vol. 2, no. 5 (Sep. 1978.) “The Horror of G’zalith” by Brocal Remohi. 12p. v Yisma.

** vol. 3, no. 7 (Nov. 1979.) “The Story of Rowlf” by Richard v. Corben. 11p. v vampire bat (cameo.)

** vol. 4, no. 3 (Mar. 1981.) Part 1. “Tex Arcana” by John Finley. 6p. v The Stranger.

** vol. 5, no. 1 (Apr. 1981.) Part 2. “Tex Arcana.” 6p. v Chico.

** vol. 5, no. 2 (May 1981.) Part 3. “Tex Arcana.” 6p.

** vol. 5, no. 3 (June 1981.) Part 4. “Tex Arcana.” 6p. v Apache Harold, Slim, Sadie.

** vol. 5, no. 4 (July 1981.) Part 5. “Tex Arcana.” 6p. v Maria.

** vol. 5, no. 6 (Sep. 1981.) Part 6. “Tex Arcana.” 6p.

** vol. 5, no. 8 (Nov. 1981.) Part 7. “Tex Arcana.” 6p.

** vol. 5, no. 9 (Dec. 1981.) Part 8. “Tex Arcana.” 6p.

** vol. 6, no. 8 (Nov. 1982.) Part 9. “Tex Arcana.” 10p.

** vol. 7, no. 10 (Jan. 1984.) Part 1 “My Vampires: A Memoir” by David Bloch. Text. 5p.

** vol. 7, no.10a Canadian edition (price $2.25 rather than $2.00.)

** vol. 7, no. 11 (Feb. 1984.) Part 2 “My Vampires: A Memoir” by David Bloch. Text. 5p. Back cover: vampire bats.

** vol. 7, no.11a Canadian edition (price $2.25 rather than $2.00.)

** vol. 9, no. 8 (Nov. 1985.) “Poe? Phooey!” by Alberto Breccia. 9p. v Unnamed.

** vol. 9, no. 9 (Dec. 1985.) “Papa Superstar” by Ribera. 8p. v Dracula and Dracurella.

** vol. 13, no. 4 (Sep. 1989.) “The Revenge” by Hermann. 12p. v Unnamed.

** vol. 14, no. 2 (May 1990.) “Burton & Cyb” by Ortiz & Antonio Segura. 8p. v Transylvania.

** vol. 17, no. 4 (Sep. 1993.) “The Upturned Stone” by Scott Hampton. 64p. v young adventurer dressed as Dracula for Halloween (who ends up meeting real monsters.)

The 9 parts of “Tex Arcana” were rpt. as a tpb. in Tex Arcana (1987.)

Heavy Metal Monsters. Revolutionary Comics. b&w. Horror anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1992.) “Book by It’s Cover!” by Craig Stormon. 4p. v Unnamed. Cover: Scott Jackson.

Note: no. 2. See: 3-D Heavy Metal Monsters (Heavy Metal Monsters #2.)

Hell Baby. tpb. b&w. Blast Books.

** (1995.) By Hidoshi Hino. 176p. v The Hell Baby (blood-sucking vampire-like creature.)

Hell Eternal. DC Comics. tpb.

** (1998.) By Jamie Delano & Sean Phillips. 64p. v Anne.

Hell Rider. Gredown Pty [Australia.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

** no. 1 (1976.) “Shock Ending” by Joe Gill & Su. Gurman. 8p. v Ken Howley, Len Howley. [Ghostly Haunts  #46 (1975).]

** no. 2 (1976.) “Night of the Vampire Ripper” by Gary Freidrich & Ross Andru and Mike Esposito. 24p. v Ripper.

Hellblazer. Vertigo.

** no. 50 (Feb. 1992.) “Remarkable Lives” by Garth Ennis & William Simpson. 38p. v King of the Vampires.

** no. 68 (Aug. 1993.) “Down All the Days” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. [rpt. in Hellblazer: Tainted Love (1998.)]

** no. 69 (Sep. 1993.) “Rough Trade” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 25p. [rpt. in Hellblazer: Tainted Love (1998.)]

Hellblazer: Tainted Love. Vertigo. tpb.

** (1998.) By Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 163p. Includes issues #68-71 of Hellblazer.

Hellboy: The Right Hand of Doom. Dark Horse Comics. rpt. tpb.

** (Apr. 2000.) “Hellboy: The Vârcolac” by Mike Mignola. 12 p. v Countess Ilona Kákosy, the Vârcolac, and others [redrawn from Dark Horse Extra #14-19 (1999-2000.)]

Note: second edition published by Dark Horse in 2003.

Hellboy: Wake the Devil. Dark Horse Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (June 1996.) By Mike Mignola & James Sinclair. 22p. v Vladimir Giurescu. Cover: Mike Mignola.

** no. 2 (July 1996.) 22p.

** no. 3 (Aug. 1996.) 22p.

** no. 4 (Sep. 1996.) 20p.

** no. 5 (Oct. 1996.) 22p.

Rpt. as a tpb. Hellboy: Wake of the Devil (1997.)

Hellboy: Wake the Devil. Dark Horse Comics. b&w. rpt. tpb.

** (1997.) By Mike Mignola & James Sinclair. 110p. v Vladimir Giurescu. Collects issues #1-5 of Hellboy: Wake of the Devil (1996.)

Hellstorm: Prince of Lies.
Marvel.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1993.) Satana appears on cover. No vampire content.

** no. 8 (Nov. 1993.) “Hell is Where the Heart Is” by Len Kaminski & Peter Gross. 22p.  v Satana.

** no. 10 (Jan. 1994.) “Heaven’s Gate”. 22p.

** no. 12 (Mar. 1994.) “Red Miracles” by Warren Ellis & Leonardo Manco. 22p. v Satana.

** no. 16 (July 1994.) “Down Here.” 22p.

** no. 18 (Sep. 1994.) “Bad Days Will End.” 22p.

** no. 20 (Nov. 1994.) “Femme Fatale.” 22p. v Satana.

** no. 21 (Dec. 1994.) “I’m Losing More That I’ll Ever Have”. 22p.

Helsing. Caliber Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (1998.) By Gary Reed & John Lowe and Chris Wazniak. 32p. v Dracula. Cover: Chris Wazniak & John Lowe.

** no. 1a Alternate cover: Greg London.

** no. 1b Premium edition. Cover: Michael Gaydos.

** no. 1c AnotherUniverse.com Special Cover.

** no. 2 (1998) 30p. Cover: Ken Meyer, Jr.

Helsing: Dawn of Armageddon. Caliber Comics. b&w. rpt.

** no. 1 (1999.) By Gary Reed & John Lowe. 48p. v Dracula et al. c. Abraham van Helsing. Cover: Ken Meyer, Jr.

Herbie. ACG. Satire anth.

** no. 20 (1966.) “Pass a Piece of Pizza, Please!” 14 p. v Dracula.

Hero Alliance. Innovation.

** no. 17 (Nov. 1991.) “Promises to Keep” by David Campiti & J. Trent Pearson. 26p. v Misty.

Hero Sandwich. Slave Labor Graphics. b&w.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1987.) “They Say Nobody Lives Forever” by Dan Vado & Chuck Beckum. 24p. v Jean Claude Montclair.

** no. 2 (May 1987.) “Whistling Past the Graveyard.” 20p.

** no. 3 (Aug. 1987.) 24p.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1988.) 25p.

#1-4 collected as a tpb., Nobody Lives Forever (1989.) No. 5 has no vampires.

Heroes. Blackbird. b&w.

** no. 5 (Apr. 1988.) by John Nordland II. 20p. v Melissa Stanford.

** no. 6 (Mar. 1989.) 20p.

The Heroines Showcase Art Portfolio. SJ Graphics. pb. Large format.

___ no. 3 (1985.) Portfolio. Vampirella by Lela Dowling. 1p.

Hex of the Wicked Witch. Asylum Press. b&w.

** no. 0 (Aug. 1999.) Preview: “The Vampire Verses” by Frank Forte. 5p. v Angelika et al.

___ no. 0a Deluxe edition.

** no. 1 (Mar. 2000.) “Resurrection.” 30p.

** no. 1a Deluxe edition.

The History of Grendel: Devil in Reflection. Comico.

___ (1992) By Steven Seagle & Bernie Mireault and John Snyder and Tim Sale. 21p. v. Tujiro and others. Ashcan recapitulating Grendel story so far. Cover by Matt Wagner & Teddy Kristiansen. A promotional item distributed in the Golden Age Collectibles' Grendel Collection.

The History of Grendel: Grendel Tales. Dark Horse. Rpt.

** (1993.) By Steven Seagle & Bernie Mireault and John Snyder and Tim Sale. 21p. v. Tujiro and others. Ashcan recapitulating Grendel story so far. Cover by Matt Wagner & Teddy Kristiansen. A reprint of The History of Grendel: Devil in Reflection which was distributed in Previews magazine

Hitman. DC.

** no. 37 (May 1999.) Part 1. “Dead Man’s Land” by Garth Ennis & John McCrea. 22p. v Darius et al.

** no. 38 (June 1999.) Part 2. “No Man’s Land.” 22p.

Homelands on the World of Magic the Gathering. Armada.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1996.) By D. C. Chicester & Rebecca Guay. 44p. v Baron Sengir et al. Cover: Greg and Tim Hildebrandt.

Homoeroticon. Bobby Tran Dale. b&w. Satire. Adult.

** no. 4 (n.d.) ”He Is a Vampire After Infection Descends Slowly” by Bobby Tran Dale. 8p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #6.] Cover says: “Haunt of Queers.”

** no. 6 (n.d.) “He Is a Vampire After Infection Descends Slowly” by Bobby Tran Dale. 8p. v Unnamed [#4] Cover says: “Homoeroticon Sinternet Remix.”

Hoot. D.C. Thomson [U.K.] mag. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 18 (Feb. 22, 1986.) “Cuddles.” 2p. v Cuddles pretends to be Dracula.

** no. 25 (Apr. 12, 1986.) “Cuddles.” 2p. v Drac (a Dracula doll.)

** no. 26 (Apr. 19, 1986.) “Cuddles.” 2p. v Drac (a Dracula doll.)

** no. 27 (Apr. 26, 1986.) “Cuddles.” 2p. v Drac (a Dracula doll.)

** no. 29 (May 10, 1986.) “Cuddles.” 2p. v Drac (a Dracula doll.)

** no. 49 (Sep. 27, 1986.) “Cuddles.” 2p. v Drac’s poster.

___ no. 50 (Oct. 4, 1986.) “Cuddles.” 2p. v Drac (a Dracula doll.)

Note: Hoot also included a strip called Snackula the Prince of Guzzling. The name notwithstanding, Snackula is not a vampire.

Horrific. Comic Media. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 8 (Nov. 1953.) a. “Blood Suckers.” 1p. text. b. “Hirschel’s Hair.” 6p. v Van Pyr, Hirschel. c. “Portrait of Death.” 7p. v Blood-drinking demon [rpt. b&w. as “Demons and Vampires” in Tales of Voodoo vol. 3, no. 3 (1970;) Terror Tales vol. 4, no. 6 (1972.)]

** no. 9 (Jan. 1954.) a. “A Glimpse of the Pit.” 7p. No vampire content. Presented by Victor Vampire, the first vampire horror host, and other hosts who have cameos on the splash page. b. “Claws of Horror” by Marty Elkin. 7p. v various “humanoid vampire cats.” Presented by Victor Vampire as host.

** no. 10 (Mar. 1954.) a. “The Revolt of the Beasts.” 7p. No vampire content. Presented by Victor Vampire and other hosts who have cameos on the splash page. b. “Sculptor of the Damned.” 6p. No vampire content. Presented by Victor Vampire as host.

** no. 11 (May 1954.) a. “Horn of Horror.” 8p. No vampire content. Presented by Victor Vampire and other hosts who have cameos on the splash page. b. “The Tree of Life and Death.” 6p. No vampire content. Presented by Victor Vampire and The Teller as hosts.

 ** no. 12 (July 1954.) a. “Blood Lust” by Marty Elkin. 6p. v Victor Vampire and other Unnamed (origin of Victor Vampire: he rescues a stranger and takes him aboard his boat on the ocean, only to discover that the stranger is a vampire, who bites him and makes Victor a vampire.) b. “Morrison’s Monster” by Marty Elkin. 8p. No vampire content. Presented by Victor Vampire and other hosts who have cameos on the splash page.

** no. 13 (Sep. 1954.) a. “The Powers of Darkness.” 6p. No vampire content. Presented by Victor Vampire as host. b. “The Thing that Grew” by Marty Elkin. 8p. Presented by Victor Vampire and other hosts who have cameos on the splash page. Victor Vampire cover by Don Eck.

Note: Continued as Terrific under the imprint Mystery Publishing Company.

Horror Comics of the 1950’s. Nostalgia press. rpt. Horror anth. hb.

** (1971.) “Midnite Mess” by Joe Orlando. 7p. v various [Tales from the Crypt #35 (1953.)]

Horror Encounters. Gredown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

___ no. 1 (n.d. [1970s.]) “The Village of the Damned.” 7p. v various.

Horror Monsters. Charlton Publications, Inc. Monster Movie mag.

** no. 6 (Fall 1963.) “The Return of Dracula.” 5p. Fumette.

Note: The Return of Dracula. United Artists, 1957. Dir: Paul Landers. Scr: Pat Fielder. Dracula: Francis Lederer.

Horror of Dracula and Curse of Frankenstein. Warren. Horror anth. b&w. mag.

** (1964.) Cover says: “Curse of Frankenstein (and) Horror of Dracula.” “Horror of Dracula” by Russ Jones and Joe Orlando. 20p. Fumette. v Dracula. Cover: Christopher Lee.

Horror Tales. Eerie Publications, Inc. b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** vol. 1, no. 7 (June 1969.) a. “The Tiger’s Paw” 7p. v Agnes Webb (blood-drinking cat-woman.)

** vol. 1, no. 8 (Aug. 1969.) Vampire-ghoul cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 1, no. 9 (Nov. 1969.) a. “Devil’s Bride.” 6p. v Gregor [Weird vol. 1, no. 10 (1966.)] b. “Werewolf!” 6p. v Little Red Riding Hood [“Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Werewolf,” Fantastic Fears #8 (1953.)]

** vol. 2, no. 2 (Mar. 1970.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 2, no. 3 (May 1970.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 2, no. 4 (July 1970.) “Vampires from Beyond.” 10p. v various.

** vol. 2, no. 5 (Sep. 1970.) a. “Satan’s Demon” by Felix Saborido. 6p. v Arthur Warren. b. “Vampire-Ghouls.” 7p. v Elaine Smiles [rpt. in Tales from the Tomb vol. 4, no. 2 (1972;) Terror Tales vol. 6, no. 5 (1974;) Terrors of Dracula vol. 2, no. 1 (1980.)] Note: a different story from “The Vampire Ghouls” [vol. 4, no. 2.]

** vol. 2, no. 6 (Nov. 1970.) “Vampires.” 5p. v Dr. John Ames, Doris Hodge [“Scream No More My Lady,” Fantastic Fears #10 (1954.)]

** vol. 3, no. 2 (Mar. 1971.) “The Vampire Witch.” 7p. [Weird vol. 4, no. 1 (1970.)] Note: A “changing witch,” not a vampire.

** vol. 3, no. 4 (July 1971.) “Curse of the Vampire.” 7p. v Maria [redrawn in b&w from “Bride’s Dowry of Doom,” Web of Mystery #11 (1952.)]

** vol. 3, no. 5 (Sep. 1971.) “The Vampire Lives!” by Sekowsky. 7p. v Nicola Di Pini [“Villa of the Vampire,” Challenge of the Unknown #6 (1950.)]

** vol. 3, no. 6 (Nov. 1971.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 4, no. 1 (Jan. 1972.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 4, no. 2 (Mar. 1972.) “The Vampire Ghouls” by W. Casadei. 4p. v Narda, Walter [Weird vol. 4, no. 4 (1970.)] Note: a different story from “Vampire-Ghouls” [vol. 2, no. 5.]

** vol. 4, no. 3 (Apr. 1972.) “Feast for Vampires.” 7p. v Henry and Martha Norris [“One Man’s Poison,” Mysterious Adventures #17 (1953.)] Vampire cover.

** vol. 4, no. 4 (June 1972.) “The Strange Vampire.” 7p. v Baron Charles des Garennes [“The Vampire’s Weird Duel”, Web of Mystery #6 (1951.)]

** vol. 4, no. 5 (Aug. 1972.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 4, no. 6 (Oct. 1972.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 4, no. 7 (Dec. 1972.) “Vampire.” 7p. v Inez Fane, Olga Mazur [“The Footlight Furies,” Web of Mystery #12 (1952.)]

** vol. 5, no. 1 (Feb. 1973.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 5, no. 2 (Apr. 1973.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 5, no. 5 (June 1973.) “The Hungry Vampire.” 6p. v Ilka [“Two for the Money,” Mysterious Adventures #22 (1954.)]

** vol. 5, no. 4 [sic] (Aug. 1973.) “Vampires from Dimension ‘X’” by Reynoso. 10p. v various alien vampires.

** vol. 5, no. 5 [sic] (Oct. 1973.) “The Bloody House” by Torre Repiso. 7p. v Ghirslaine Eyre [“She Shrieked with Horror,” Web of Mystery #20 (1954.)]

** vol. 6, no. 1 (Feb. 1974.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 6, no. 2 (Apr. 1974.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** vol. 6, no. 3 (June 1974.) “The Fighting Vampire” 7p. v Joey “Tiger” Winston.

** vol. 6, no. 4 (Aug. 1974.) “The Vampires.” 4p. v various.

** vol. 6, no. 5 (Oct. 1974.) “The Vampire Monster Trap.” 1p. v various, concealed by a vampire trap, i.e., a trap door [Terror Tales vol. 2, no. 2 (1970.)]

___ vol. 6, no. 6 (Dec. 1974.) Not seen.

** vol. 7, no. 1 (Feb. 1975.) “There’s a Bloodsucker Among Us!” 7p. v Unnamed [Tales of Voodoo vol. 4, no. 3 (1971.)]

** vol. 7, no. 2 (May 1976.) a. “Horror with Fangs.” 4p. v Unnamed. b. “Vampire” 6p. c. “Vampires Bride.” 8p. v Nadia. Cover says “Classic Horror Tales.”

** vol. 7, no. 3 (Aug. 1976.) “The Devil’s Zombie.” 5p. v Henry Mason et al. [Witches’ Tales vol. 3, no. 2 (1971.)]

** vol. 7, no. 5 (Nov. 1976.) “The Vampire Flies” by Oscar Fraga. 6p. v Bloodsucking flies [“Demon Flies,” Witches Tales #8 (1952.)] Cover says “Classic Horror Tales.”

** vol. 8, no. 2 (May 1977.) “Curse of the Vampire.” 5p. v Maria [vol. 3, no. 4; redrawn in b&w from “Bride’s Dowry of Doom,” Web of Mystery #11 (1952.)] b. “Vampire.” 5p. v Unnamed [“Deadly Pick Up,” Voodoo #16 (1954.)] Cover says “Classic Horror Tales.”

** vol. 8, no. 4 (Aug. 1977.) ”Curse of the Vampire.” 5p. v Maria [vol. 3 no. 4; redrawn in b&w from “Bride’s Dowry of Doom,” Web of Mystery #11 (1952.)]

** vol. 8, no. 5 (Nov. 1977.) “The Vampire.” 7p. v Desmoda, Al Desmond [“Name from the Nether World,” Web of Mystery #17 (1953.)]

** vol. 9, no. 1 (Feb. 1978.) a. “Bloodsucker.” 7p. v Marsar. b. “Vampire.” 5p. v Unnamed [“Deadly Pick Up,” Voodoo #16 (1954.)]

** vol. 9, no. 2 (May 1978.) “House of the Vampire” by Stepancich. 7p. v Baroness Klorise [Witches’ Tales vol. 4, no. 1 (1972.)]

** vol. 9, no. 3 (Aug. 1978.) a. “The Blood Goddess.” 7p. v Kali, Goddess of death and destruction [Tales from the Tomb vol. 3, no. 5 (1971.)] b. “The Vampire” by Oscar Fraga. 6p. v Walter Farno [redrawn from “Shadow of Death,” Tomb of Terror # 7 (1953.)]

  (Note: Another vol. 9, no. 3, but dated “Nov. 1978” has no vampires.)

___ vol. 9, no. 4 (Oct. 1978.) Not seen.

** vol. 10, no. 1 (Feb. 1979.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

Horror Tales Album. Gredown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

** no. 1 (n.d. [1970s.]) “Horripilate Host.” 6p. v Sedgewick [Chilling Adventures in Sorcery #4 (1973.)]

Hot ‘N Cold Heroes. Sword in Stone Productions/A+ Comics. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (1990.) “The Last Monster Hunter” attributed to Len Sly and Mike Carson & Mike Zeck and Roger Beausoleil. 7p. v Dracula. c. Hellsing. Cover: Geoff Isherwood.

** no. 2 (1990.) “Justice” by Len Sly & Dan Day and David Day. 10p. v Dracul [Abridged from Monster Hunters #5 (1976) (where it is credited to M. Carlson & M. Zeck.)] Cover: Geoff Isherwood.

Hot Twisted Love. Action Planet.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1999.) “The Deadbeats” by Richard Howell & Ricardo Villagran. 3p. v the Deadbeats.

Hotspur. D. D. Thomson & Co. [U.K.] b&w. anth. mag. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 691 (Jan. 13, 1973.) “The Iron Teacher.” 3p. v vampire bats.

** no. 794 (Jan. 4, 1975.) “Dim Dan – The Boobyguard.” 3p. v various, on Vampire Island.

Note: Hotspur, a British comic weekly carried a weekly strip also called the “Iron Teacher” whose stories from week to week were unnamed. In January 1973, several issues were devoted to a fight with vampire bats in South America.

House of Frightenstein. Horror House Publications. b&w. rpt. horror anth. mag.

** no. 1 (n.d. [199?.]) “The Vampire Legion.” 7p. v various.

The House of Hammer. General Book Distribution [U.K.]/Quality Communications, Ltd. [U.K.] b&w. Monster Movie mag.

** no. 1 ([May] Oct. 1976.) a. Part 1. “Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter” by Steve Moore. 6p. v various, led by Count Balderstein [rpt. in #20.] Note: a. Novelization by Hugh Enfield [pseudonym of Gwilym Fielden Hughes.] Kronos. London: Fontana, 1972. b. Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter. Hammer Films, 1972. Dir: Brian Clemens. Scr: Brian Clemens. b. “The Horror of Dracula” by Dez Skinn & Paul Neary. 23p. v Dracula [Dracula Comics Special # 1 (1974.)] Note: Adaptation of Horror of Dracula. Hammer Studios, 1958.

** no. 2 ([June] Dec. 1976.) Part 2. “Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter.” 2p.

** no. 3 ([July] 1976.) Part 3. “Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter. ” 5p.

** no. 4 ([Aug.] 1976.) “Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires.” 15p. v various, led by Dracula. [rpt. in #24.] Note: The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires. Hammer Films/Run Run Shaw Brothers, 1974. Dir: Roy Ward Baker. Scr: Don Houghton. Dracula: John Forbes Robertson.

** no. 5 ([Oct.] 1976.) “Van Helsing’s Terror Tales: One Man’s Meat. . . “ by Martin Asbury. 5p. v various.

** no. 6 (Dec. 1976.) a. “Dracula, Prince of Darkness” by Donne Averal & John Bolton. 15p. v Dracula [Dracula Comics Special #1 (1974.)] Note: Dracula, Prince of Darkness. Hammer Films, 1965. Dir: Terence Fisher. Scr: John Sampson. Dracula: Christopher Lee. b. “Van Helsing’s Terror Tales: Malvoisin’s Mirror” by Chris Lowder & Brian Lewis. v Vampiress cameo [rpt. in #24.] Cover: Christopher Lee.

** no. 7 (Jan./Feb. 1977.) “Twins of Evil” by Chris Lowder & Blas Gallego. 4p. v various, led by Mircalla Karnstein. Note: Twins of Evil. Hammer Films, 1972. Dir: John Hough. Scr: Tudor Gates.

** no. 17 (Feb. 1978.) [Published by Top Sellers, Ltd., U.K.] “Vampire Circus” by Steve Parkhouse & Brian Bolland. 15p. v various, led by Emil Mitterland. Note : Vampire Circus. Hammer Films, 1971. Dir: Robert Young. Scr: Judson Kinberg.

** no. 18 (Mar. 1978.) “Frankenstein” by Neal Adams & Dick Giordano. 13p. v Dracula [rpt. in Echo of Future Past #1-5 (1984-85,) colorized.]

Title changed to: Hammer’s Halls of Horror.

** no. 20 (May 1978.) “Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter” by Steve Moore. 12p. v various [#1.]

** no. 21 (June 1978.) “Dracula Art Competition.” Portfolio.

Note: With issue #22, title changed to: Halls of Horror.

** no. 24 [vol. 2, no. 12] (1982.) Publisher: Quality Communications, Ltd. a. “Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires.” 15p. v various, led by Dracula. [#4.] b. “Van Helsing’s Terror Tales: Malvoisin’s Mirror” by Chris Lowder & Brian Lewis. v Vampiress cameo [#6.]

** no. 25. Part 1 (of 2.) “The Monster Club” by Dez Skinn & John Bolton and David Lloyd. 12p. v various [rpt. in John Bolton’s Hall of Horror #1 (1985.)] Note: a. Adaptation of R. Chetwynd-Hayes’ The Monster Club (London: New English Library, 1976.) b. The Monster Club. ITC, 1980. Dir: Roy Ward Baker.

** no. 26 [vol. 3, no. 2] (1983.) Part 2. “The Monster Club.” 13p. [rpt. in John Bolton’s Hall of Horror #2 (1985.)]

** no. 27 [vol. 3, no. 3] (1983.) Part 1 (of 2.) “Brides of Dracula” by Steve Moore & John Stokes. v Baron Meinster. Note: a. Adaptation of Dean Owen (Pseud. of Dudley Dean McGaughy.) The Brides of Dracula (Monarch Books, Inc. Derby, CT, 1960.) b. Hammer Films, 1960. Dir: Terence Fisher. Scr: Jimmy Sangster.

** no. 28 [vol. 3, no. 4] (1983.) Part 2. “Brides of Dracula” by Steve Moore & John Stokes. 9p. v Baron Meinster. Cover: Gary Ward.

Note: Title changed to: a. Hammer’s Halls of Horror. b. Halls of Horror.

The House of Hammer (Hammer’s House of Horror.) U.S. ed. Top Sellers. mag.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1978 .) Vampire cover by Brian Lewis. No vampire comics.

The House of Mystery. DC. Horror anth.

** no. 195 (Oct. 1971.) “Bat Out of Hell” by Jack Oleck & Nestor Redondo. 8p. v Vampire bat. Cover: Bernie Wrightson [rpt. in Showcase Presents: The House of Mystery vol. 2 (2007.)]

** no. 209 (Dec. 1972.) “Tomorrow I Hang!” by E. Nelson Bridwell & Jim Aparo. 5p. v Viola [rpt. in DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest #24 (1982,) and in Showcase Presents: The House of Mystery vol. 2 (2007.)]

** no. 211 (Feb. 1973.) “Deliver Us from Evil” by Jack Oleck. 10p. v Emile Dravnos, Maria Dravnos [rpt. in Showcase Presents: The House of Mystery vol. 2 (2007.)]

** no. 212 (1973.) “Ever After.” 8p. v Cheryl Compton. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 216 (1973.) “Graveyard Shift.” 8p. v Unnamed.

** no. 222 (Feb. 1974.) “Vengeance Is Mine” by Jack Oleck. 10p.

** no. 222a Mark Jewelers variant promo edition. Includes 4 pages promoting Mark Jewelers products.

** no. 226 (Sep. 1974.) “The Perfect Mate” by R. Kanigher & Jess M. Jodloman. 6p. v Baroness Irina Von Hohlberg.

** no. 228 (Dec./Jan. 1974-75.) “The Wisdom of Many, The Wit of One” by Douglas Moench & Frank Robbins. 9p. v Peter Clifton & Martha.

** no. 230 (Apr. 1975.) “Experiment in Fear” by Jack Oleck & E. R. Cruz. 6p. v Unnamed.

** no. 231 (1975.) “Way of the Werewolf” by Jack Oleck & Gerry Talao. 11p. v various Unnamed. Cover: Bernie Wrightson.

** no. 241 (May 1976.) a. “Cain’s Game Room” by Edwing & C. Manak. 1p. v Unnamed. b. “Death Pulls the Strings” by Bill Finger & Nestor Redondo. 6p. v Unnamed.

** no. 242 (June 1976.) “Blood Money” by Jack Oleck & Jess Jodloman. 5p. v John Anderson.

** no. 248 (1976.) “The Vampire” by Jack Oleck & Rubeny. 9p. v Arnold Brandon. Cover: Ernie Chua.

** no. 251 (Mar./Apr. 1977.) “Return of the Vampire” by Jack Oleck & Franc Reyes. 7p. v Unnamed.

** no. 254 (Sep./Oct. 1977.) “Cain’s Fear Facts: Do’s and Don’ts for Vampires!” by Dave Manak. 1p.

** no. 255 (1977.) a. “Introduction” by Paul Kupperberg & Ric Estrada and Wayne Howard. 3p. v Unnamed. b. “The Victim.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 256 (Jan./Feb. 1978.) “Blood of the Vampire” by Michael Fleisher & Romeo Tanghal. 14p. v Percival Twilling.

** no. 258 (May/June 1978.) “Blood and Tinsel” by Barry Jameson & Rubeny. 8p. v Unnamed. Cover: Joe Orlando & Dick Giordano.

** no. 259 (July/Aug. 1978.) a. “The Miracle at San Sebastian” by Roger McKenzie & Noly Panaligan. 6p. v Unnamed. b. “Vampiress of Central Park” by Don Glut & Juan Ortiz and Vince Colletta. 6p. Cover: Joe Orlando & Dick Giordano.

** no. 270 (July 1979.) “A Model Murder” by Scott Edelman & Terry Henson. 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 271 (Aug. 1979.) “The Hell-Hound of Brackenmoor” by Cary Burkett & Tom Sutton. 10p. v Prince Dvorkok. Cover: Joe Orlando.

** no. 277 (1980.) “Graveyard Shift” by Bob Toomey & Mar Amango. 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 282 (1980.) “The Lady Killer Craves Blood” by J. M. DeMatteis & Jerry Talaoc. 6p. v Jess Stockley. Cover: Joe Kubert.

** no. 284 (Sep. 1980.) “Ruby!” by J. M. DeMatteis & Noly Zamora. 7p. v Ruby. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 285 (1980.) “Man without Fear” by Mike W. Barr & Ernie Patricio. 3p. v Unnamed. Cover: Joe Kubert.

** no. 287 (1980.) “Silent Snow, Silent Snow!” by Barry Jameson & Edgar Bercagio. 10p. v Unnamed. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 289 (1981.) “The Comeback of David MacDannon” by J. M. DeMatteis & Mar Amango. 7p. v David MacDannon.

** no. 290 (Mar. 1981.) “I… Vampire!” by J. M. DeMatteis. 10p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Joe Kubert.

** no. 291 (Apr. 1981.) a. “Night of the Living Undead” by J. M. DeMatteis & Tom Sutton. 9p. v Andrew Bennett. b. “The Seas Run Red!” by J. M. DeMatteis & Dick Ayers and John Celardo. 8p. Cover: Joe Kubert.

** no. 292 (May 1981.) “The Wendigo” by Bill Kelly & Rick Estrada et al. 8p. v Wendigo, North American folk vampire.

** no. 293 (June 1981.) “The Burning” by J. M. DeMatteis & Tom Sutton. 10p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 295 (Aug. 1981.) “Mother Love! Mother Hate!” by J. M. DeMatteis & Tom Sutton. 10p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 296 (1981.) “Killed in the Ratings” by Paul Kupperberg & Fred Carrillo. 6p. v Damian, a pseudovampire. Cover: Carmine Infantino & John Celardo.

** no. 297 (Oct. 1981.) “Zen Flesh! Zen Bones!” by J. M. DeMatteis & Tom Sutton. 10p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Joe Kubert.

** no. 298 (Nov. 1981.) “Stalker on a Starry Knight” by Jack D. Harris & Tom Sutton. 7p. v Andrew Bennett.

** no. 299 (Dec. 1981.) “The Sun Also Burns” by Bruce Jones & Tom Sutton. 12p. v Andrew Bennett.

** no. 301 (1982.) “The Choice” by Tamsyn O’Flynn & Keith Giffen and Bob Smith. 1p. v Unnamed. Cover: Joe Kubert.

** no. 302 (Mar. 1982.) “Blood Ties” by Bruce Jones & Tom Sutton. 11p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 303 (Apr. 1982.) “Carnival of Souls” by Bruce Jones & Tom Sutton. 12p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Joe Kubert.

** no. 304 (May 1982.) “The Night Has Eyes” by Bruce Jones & Ernie Colón. 12p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 305 (June 1982.) “Blood and Sand” by Bruce Jones & Ernie Colón. 12p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 306 (July 1982.) a. “I. . . Baby Vampire” by Destefano. 1p. b. “A Rip in Time” by Bruce Jones & Tom Sutton. 12p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Joe Kubert.

** no. 307 (Aug. 1982.) “Lovers Living, Lovers Dead” by Bruce Jones & Tom Sutton. 12p. v Andrew Bennett.

** no. 308 (Sep. 1982.) “Mirrors That Look Back” by Bruce Jones & Tom Sutton. 12p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Joe Kubert.

** no. 309 (Oct. 1982.) “Witch Hunt” by Bruce Jones & Tom Sutton. 12p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 309 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 310 (Nov. 1982.) “Manhattan Interlude” by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn. 10p. v Andrew Bennett [rpt. in The Best of DC #35.] Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 310 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 311 (Dec. 1982.) “By the Time We Got to Woodstock. . . ” by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn. 12p. v Andrew Bennett.

** no. 311 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 312 (Jan. 1983.) “The Thing in the Tunnels” by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn. 10p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 312 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 313 (Feb. 1983.) a. “I. . . Baby Vampire.” 1p. b. “Side Effects” by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn. 10p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 313 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 314 (Mar. 1983.) “I. . . Vampire” by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn. 10p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 314 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 315 (Apr. 1983.) “I. . . Vampire” by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn. 10p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 315 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 316 (May 1983.) “Back in the U.S.S.R.” by Dan Mishkin and Gerry Cohn. 10p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 316 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 317 (June 1983.) “Blood Is Thicker. . .” by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn. 11p. v Andrew Bennett. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 317 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 318 (July 1983.) “I. . . Vampire” by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn. 11p. v Andrew Bennett.

** no. 318 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 319 (Aug. 1983.) “The Final Chapter: Dreams of Death” by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn. 18p. v Andrew Bennett.

** no. 319 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

** no. 321 (1983.) a. “Government Vampire” by J. M. DeMatteis & Frank Redondo. 8p. v Jonathan Charles Colbert. b. “I. . . Baby Vampire” by Dee Stafan. 1p. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 321 a. Canadian edition. Price indicated in Canadian Dollars only.

The House of Mystery. Federal Comics [Australia]. Horror anth.

** n.n. (Dec. 1983.) “Stalker on a Starless Night” by John C. Harris & Tom Sutton. v Alien pseudo-vampire (in fact a Terrestrial landed on another planet and mistaken for a vampire.)

House of Secrets. DC. Horror anth.

** no. 103 (Dec. 1972.) “The Village on the Edge of Forever” by Steve Skeates & Alex N. Niño. 8p. v Unnamed. Cover: Bernie Wrightson.

** no. 105 (Feb. 1973.) “Vampire” by Maxene Fabe & Gerry Talaoc. 8p. v Unnamed.

** no. 106 (Mar. 1973.) a. “The Island of No Return” by John Albano & Alex Guin. 7p. v various. b. “This Will Kill You” by Jack Oleck & Fred Alcala. 6p. v Pete Sawyer. Cover: Bernie Wrightson.

** no. 108 (June 1973.) “Act III Eternity” by George Kashdan & Jess Jodloman. 8p. v pseudo-vampire.

** no. 110 (Aug. 1973.) “Domain of the Dead” by Jack Oleck & Fred Carillo. 8p. v Unnamed.

** no. 112 (Oct. 1973.) “The Case of the Demon Spawn” by Gerard Conway & Dominguez. 10p. v Christiane McBain, Roderick Doyle (Sherlock Holmes,) John Winston (John Watson.)

** no. 113 (Nov. 1973.) “Spawns of Satan” by Jack Oleck & Nestor Redondo. 9p. v various.

** no. 119 (May 1974.) “Abel’s Fables” by M. Gones. 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 121 (July 1974.) “Ms. Vampire Killer” by Don Glut & E. R. Gawz. 4p. v Professor Zarko.

** no. 124 (Oct. 1974.) “Never Rouse a Vampire” by George Kashden & J. Albister. 6p. v Amos.

** no. 129 (Mar. 1975.) “The Lottery” by Michael Fleisher & Ernie Chua. 9p. v Unnamed.

** no. 134 (Aug. 1975.) “The Last Out” by Steve Skeates & Gerald Gernale. 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 134a Mark Jewelers variant promo edition. Includes 4 pages promoting Mark Jewelers products.

** no. 135 (Sep. 1975.) “Abel’s Fables.” 1 panel satire.

** no. 137 (Nov. 1975.) “The Magic Elixir” by George Kashdan & T. Villamonte. 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 138 (Dec. 1975.) “Night Watchman” by George Kashdan & Leopoldo Duranona. 5p. v Samuel Slitt.

** no. 144 (Mar. 1975.) “The Vampire of Broadway” by Kanigher & Abe Ocampo. 5p. v Unnamed. Cover: Ernie Chua.

** no. 144a Mark Jewelers variant promo edition. Includes 4 pages promoting Mark Jewelers products.

** no. 149 (Dec. 1977/Jan. 1978.) “The Rain Dance” by J. Cheever Loophole & Bill Draut. 8p. v Bats. Cover: Mike Kaluta.

** no. 150 (Feb./Mar. 1978.) “A God by Any Other Name” by Jerry Conway & Jerry Talaoc and Jerry Serpe. 17p. v various. Cover: Starlin.

** no. 151 (Apr./May 1978.) “Nightmare” by Mariam B. Campbell & Michael Golden et al. 5p. v Unnamed.

How Sick Can You Get. Zebra Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (June 1974.) “Eulogies for Movie Monsters” by Fred Wolfe & Bernie Cootner. 8p. v Count Dracula [Sick vol. 14, no. 1 (97) (1974.)]

How to Draw Erotic Witches & Vampy Vampires. Solson Entertainment. tpb.

** (1999.) 57p. v various Unnamed. Portfolio as part of teaching material.

How to Draw Ghosts, Vampires & Haunted Houses. Usborne [U.K.]

** (1988.) By Emma Fischel & Kim Blundell. 32p. v various (strips included in teaching material.)

How to Draw Ghosts, Vampires & Haunted Houses. American edition. rpt. EDC Publishing.

** (1992.) By Emma Fischel & Kim Blundell. 32p. v various (strips included in teaching material.)

Howard the Duck. Marvel. b&w. Satire anth. mag.

** no. 5 (May 1980.) “The Tomb of Drakula!” by Bill Mantlow & Michael Golden and Bob McLeod. 23p. v Drakula.

Howling Mad. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Small format.

** (1987.) “A Mad Look at Movie Monsters” by Sergio Aragones. 6p. v Unnamed [Mad Special #7 (1972.)]

 Back cover: Jack Davis.

The Human Torch. Timely / Marvel Comics / Love Tales. Pre-code.

** no. 14 (Win. 1943/1944.) “Wings of Death” by Anon. & Harry Sahle. 12p. v The White Vampire. c. The Human Torch. Cover by Alex Schomburg.

** no. 37 (June 1954.) “Vampire Tale!” by Carl Burgos & Dick Ayers. 6p. v The Landlord (an evil vampire) and well-meaning alien vampire bats (who reveal to the Torch that vampires living on Planet Earth are exiled members of an evil cult on their planet.) c. The Human Torch [rpt. in Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Heroes #2 (2008.)]

The Hunting. Northstar. b&w.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1993.) By Rafael Nieves & Andy Dimitt. 28p. v various.

** 1a Gold edition.

Hurricane Girls. Antarctic Press. b&w. Manga.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1996.) “Oh Ma Tan-Reunion” by Hiroshi Yakumo. 5p. v Yuji.

Hustler. Hustler Magazine / L.F.P., Inc. Adult mag

** vol. 5, no. 11 (May 1979.) A 1p.comic story without title, featuring an unnamed vampire and a clergyman, by Yeamans, appears at p. 87.

Hustler Comix. L.F.P., Inc. mag.

** vol. 2, no. 2 (May 1998.) “Reflections of a Vampire” by Sandra Chang. 7p. v Natasha et al.

Hybrids Origin. Continuity Comics.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1993.) “Hybrids: A Place in the Sun” by Peter Stone. 27p. v Valeria the She Bat (a character with some vampiric features.) Cover: Neal Adams & Cory.

** no. 5 (Jan. 1994.) “Hybrids Battle the Werebrids.” 24p. Cover: Neal Adams and Cory.

Hyde-25. Harris.

** no. 0 (Apr. 1995.) “Vampirella of Drakulon” by Forrest J. Ackerman & Tom Sutton. 7p. v Vampirella [colorized rpt. from Vampirella #1 (1969.)] Cover: Flint Henry.

Hyper Violents. CFD. b&w. Horror anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (July 1996.) “Bad Moon Rising” by R. A. Jones & Thomas Derenick. 8p. v Unnamed. Cover: Byron Winton.

I

I . . . the Cursed. Murray Publishers [Australia.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

___ no. 1 (1980.) a. “Blood Ties” by Bruce Jones & Tom Sutton. 11p. v Andrew Bennett [House of Mystery #302 (1982.)] b. “The Burning” by J. M. DeMatteis & Tom Sutton. 10p. v Andrew Bennett [House of Mystery #293 (1981.)] c. “Carnival of Souls” by Bruce Jones & Tom Sutton. 12p. v Andrew Bennett [House of Mystery #303 (1982.)] d. “I. . Vampire!” by J. M. DeMatteis. 10p. v Andrew Bennett [House of Mystery #290 (1981.)] e. “Mother Love! Mother Hate!” by J. M. DeMatteis & Tom Sutton. 10p. v Andrew Bennett [House of Mystery #295 (1981.)] f. “The Night Has Eyes” by Bruce Jones & Ernie Colón. 12p. v Andrew Bennett [House of Mystery #304 (1982.)] g. “Night of the Living Undead” by J. M DeMatteis & Tom Sutton. 9p. v Andrew Bennett [House of Mystery #291 (1981.)] h. “The Sun Also Burns” by Bruce Jones & Tom Sutton. 12p. v Andrew Bennett [House of Mystery #299 (1981.)] i. “Zen Flesh! Zen Bones!” by J. M. DeMatteis & Tom Sutton. 10p. v Andrew Bennett [House of Mystery #297 (1981.)]

I Am Legend. Eclipse. b&w.

** no. 1 (1991.) Richard Matheson, Elman Brown, & Steve Niles. 60p. v various.

** no. 2 (1991.) 60p.

** no. 3 (1991.) 60p.

** no. 4 (1992.) 60p.

Note: Adaptation of Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend (Fawcett Gold Medal Books, 1944.)

I Love Johnny Fast. Winflex. b&w. Small format.

** no. 1 (1992.) “The Club” by Chris Hlady. 2p. v Brookes ( a “goth” character sporting fangs.)

Ibis the Invincible. Fawcett. Pre-code anth.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1942.) Untitled concluding story. 14p. v Vampire Bat-God and his servants, the vampire bats c. Ibis the Invincible.

The Igrat Illustrations. Verotik.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1997.) Portfolio by various artists. Cover: Joe Chiodo.

Ill Winds of Death. Gredown [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d.) “The Wedding Gift” by Demetrio. 12p. v Count Gregor von Blood, Countess von Bludd [Scary Tales #1 (1975.)]

Illegal Aliens. Eclipse. b&w.

** (Sep. 1992.) Story by Clint McElroy, Mark Near & Bill Maus. 24p. v Vlad Dracula.

Il‑Lust‑Rated Clas‑Sex. See: Illustrated Classex.

Illustrated Classex. Comic Zone Productions. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1991.) “Dracula” by Neil D. Vokes. 10p. v Dracula.

The Illustrated Dracula. See: Dracula (Ballantine Books, 1966)

The Image of the Beast. Last Gasp. b&w.

** no. 1 (1973.) By Philip José Farmer & Grisly. 32p. Cover by Grisly.

** no. 1 (1979.) Cover by Carson & Boxell. 32p.

Note: Adaptation of Philip José Farmer’s Image of the Beast (Essex House.)

The Incredible Hulk. Marvel.

** no. 103 (May 1968.) "And Now... the Space Parasite!" by Gary Friedrick & Marie Severin. 20p. v the Space Parasite, an energy vampire.

** no. 124 (Feb. 1970.) "The Rhino Says No" by Roy Thomas & Herb Trimpe. 20p. v. Space Parasite. [Rpt. in Marvel Super Heroes #76 (1978.)]

** no. 232 (Feb. 1979.) “The Battle Below” by Roger Stern, David Michielinie, Sal Buscema & Mike Esposito. 17p. v Animus.

Incurably Mad! Warner Books. Mass market tpb.

** (1977.) Yellow cover. Portfolio of cartoons by Sergio Aragonés, one depicting an Unnamed vampire.

** rpt. (1977.) Green cover. Price indicated as $ 1.50 rather than $ 1.25.

** 2nd ed (1985.) Price $ 3.50.

Indrajal Comics. Bennet, Coleman & Co. [India.]

___ no. 41 (May 1, 1967.) “The Veiled Lady” by Lee Falk and Sy Barry. 29p. v vampire bat. Rpt. of syndicated Sunday strips published  from October 31, 1965 to May 8, 1966. Vampire bat cover.

___ no. 211 (Aug. 15, 1974.) “Vampires” by Lee Falk and Sy Barry. 30p. v vampire cult. Rpt. of syndicated daily strips published from May 7 to August 18, 1973 as “The Vampires of Koqania.”

Infamous Funnies. Fantasy House. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1973.) “Zoltan the Destroyer” by “Captain” George Henderson & Vincent Marchesano. 2p. v Unnamed.

Inferno. Eternity. b&w. anth.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1991.) “Metalady” by Watson Portello. 4p. v Metalady.

Inferno: The Art of Thomas Giorello. Howell (New Jersey): SQP. tpb.

** (2000.) 64p. Portfolio v various Unnamed (identified as vampires through previous appearances in Crimson Embrace: A Gallery Girls Collection.)

Informania: Vampires. hb. London: Walker Books, 1998.

** “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” by Martin Jenkins. 13+3p. v Dracula. Comic included within a 92-page text.

Informania: Vampires. tpb. Cambridge (Massachusetts): Candlewick Press, 2000.

** “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” by Martin Jenkins. 13+3p. v Dracula. Comic included within a 92-page text.

Informania: Vampires. tpb. London: Walker Books, 2000.

** “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” by Martin Jenkins. 13+3p. v Dracula. Comic included within a 92-page text.

Insect Fear. Print Mint. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 2 (n.d. [ca 1970.]) “The Dream of Buxom Vampires” by J. Green. 3p. v various.

Interview with the Vampire. See: Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire.

Inside Mad. Ballantine Books. tpb. Small format, rpt. anth.

** (1955.) First edition (Ballantine Books Originals #124, price 35 cents.) “Bat Boy and Rubin!” 21p. v “Vampire Bat Boy” [Batman spoof: Mad #8 (1953-1954.)]

** a. (1958.) Fifth edition (Ballantine Boooks Originals #265, price 35 cents.)

** b. (1963.) 12th edition (Ballantine Books original #618 – U2103, price 50 cents.)

** c. (1964.) 13th edition (Ballantine Books original #U2103, price 50 cents.)

** d. (1969.) 15th edition (Ballantine Books original #01565, price 60 cents, new cover.)

** e. (1973.) Canadian edition (Ballantine Books original #23521-5, price 60 cents.)

** f. (1976.) 21st edition (new cover, price $ 1.25.)

__ g. (1979.) 23rd printing, #28192. $1.50.

Note: Editions with no price or cover variations have not been listed as separate items.

Insidious Tales. C.F.C. b&w. anth.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1995.) “The Vampire Verses ‘Preview.’” By Mike Bliss & Frank Forte. 5p. v Angelika, Lord Vlad. Cover: Frank Forte. Back cover: Matt Roach.

International Insanity. Phi Publishing Company. b&w. Satire anth. mag.

** no. 1 (July 1976.) “King Kong’s Komeback” by Joe Kane & Babi Jery. 4p. Fumette. v Blacula.

The Invaders. Marvel.

** no. 7 (July 1976.) “The Blackout Murders of Baron Blood!” by Roy Thomas & Frank Robbins. 17p. v Intro. Baron Blood.

** no. 7a 30-cent variant.

** no. 7b British edition. Price indicated as 10p.

** no. 8 (Sep. 1976.) “Union Jack Is Back” by Roy Thomas & Frank Robbins. 17p. v Baron Blood.

** no. 8a British edition. Price indicated as 10p.

** no. 9 (Dec. 1976.) “An Invader No More” by Roy Thomas & Frank Robbins. 18p. v Baron Blood.

** no. 9a British edition. Price indicated as 10p.

** no. 9b Mark Jewelers variant promo edition. Includes 4 pages promoting Mark Jewelers products.

** no. 39 (Apr. 1979.) “Back from the Grave!” by Don Glut & Alan Kupperberg and Chic Stone. 18p. v Baron Blood.

** no. 39a British edition. Price indicated as 12p.

** no. 39b Mark Jewelers variant promo edition. Includes 4 pages promoting Mark Jewelers products.

** no. 40 (May 1979.) “V Is for Vampire” by Don Glut, Alan Kupperberg, & Chic Stone. 17p. v Baron Blood.

** no. 40a British edition. Price indicated as 12p.

** no. 41 (Sep. 1979.) “Beware the Super-Axis!” by Don Glut, Alan Kupperberg & Chic Stone. 32p. v Baron Blood.

Ironwolf. DC.

** no. 1 (1986.) a. “Ironwolf” by Denny O’Neil & Howard Chaykin. 20p. v Blood Legion, led by Omikel [Weird Worlds #8 (1973.)]

b. “Ironwolf: ‘Though This Be Madness…’” by Denny O’Neil & Howard Chaykin. 20p. v Omikel [Weird Worlds #9 (1974.)]

Ironwolf: Fires of the Revolution. DC. tpb.

** (1992.) Story by John Francis Moore & Howard Chaykin. 96p. v Omikel.

Ironwolf: Fires of the Revolution. DC. Hardcover.

** (1992.) Story by John Francis Moore & Howard Chaykin. 96p. v Omikel.

It! The Terror from Beyond Space. Millennium.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1992.) “Testimony” by Mark Ellis & Dean Zachary. 25p. v. It.

** no. 2 (Jan. 1993.) “Evidence” by Mark Ellis & Dean Zachary. 24p. v It.

Discontinued after #2.

It’s Science with Dr. Radium Special. Slave Labor Graphics. b&w.

** (1989.) “Blood Transconfusion” by Scott Saavedra. 5p. v Dracula.

J

J. N. Williamson’s Masques. Innovation. Horror anth.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1992.) “Popsy” by Mark Valadez & Matt Thompson. 21p. v various.

Note: Adaptation of Stephen King’s “Popsy.”

Jack Frost. Amazing.

** no. 1 (1987.) “Behold Tomorrow” by Kevin VanHook & Lee Harmon. 24p. v Nathaniel MacKenzie. Cover: Kevin VanHook [rpt. in Frost (1990.)]

** no. 2 (1987.) “Dancing on My Grave.” 24p. [rpt. in Frost (1990.)]

Jack Hunter. Blackthorne. b&w. tpb.

** no. 2 (1989.) “Scream Along with Me…” by Bruce Jones & Nollie Zamora. 48p. v vampire bats.

Jack Staff. Dancing Elephant Press [U.K.] b&w.

** no. 1 (Apr. 2000.) "Good Morning Castletown" by Paul Grist. 27p. v. the Castletown Slasher.

** no. 2 (June 2000.) "Then Along Came Tom Tom the Robot Man." 22p. v. The Castletown Slasher.

** no. 3 (Oct. 2000.) "Two Riders Were."  27p. v. The Castletown Slasher, Becky Burdock (becomes a vampire).

** no. 4 (Dec. 2000.) "It's All Just One big Lie." 24p. v. Becky Burdock, vampire reporter.

Jackpot Comics. IPC [U.K.] mag.

** no. 17 (Aug. 25, 1979.) “Funtastic Journey.” 2p. v Vampire Welly.

** no. 19 (Sep. 8, 1979.) “The Chilling Bloodthirsty Story of the Fangs of Dracula.” 1p. Promotional comic for Signal toothpaste. A Dracula cartoon also appears in the “Jackpot Prize Pages,” featuring cartoons sent by readers.

Jademan Collection. Jademan [Hong Kong.] b&w. anth.

** no. 2 (1990.) “How to Murder Your Husband” by Taipo Tsui. 19p. v Dracula, Jr.

Jaws of the Deep. Gredown Pty. [Australia.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

___ (n.d. [1970s.]) “The Bloodsucker.” 7p. v blood-consuming animals.

Jay Anacleto Sketchbook. Image.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1999.) Portfolio. 17p. v Unnamed (cover says “Avalon Studios Aria Jay Anacleto Sketchbook.”)

Jazz Age Chronicles. EFG Graphics. b&w.

___ no. 1 (Jan. 1989.) Series by Ted Slampyak. v Franz.

** no. 1a Alternate Cover (large format.)

** no. 2 (Mar. 1989.) 22p.

** no. 3 (May 1989.) 22p.

Note: Rpt. as tpb. by Caliber Press (1991.)

Jazz Age Chronicles. Caliber Press. b&w. rpt. tpb.

___ (1991.) “The Case of the Beguiling Baroness” by Ted Slampyak. Collects issues 1-3 of mini-series (1989.)

Jazz Age Chronicles Vol. 2. Caliber Press. b&w.

** no. 1 (March 1990.) “Prologue” by Ted Slampyak. 3p. Sums up the vampire story in Jazz Age Chronicles vol. 1 (EFG, 1989.)

Jimmy Olsen. See: Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen.

JLA: The Nail. DC. Prestige format.

___ no. 2 (Sep. 1998.) By Alan Davis. 48p. v. Silver Banshee (cameo,) Man-Bat (cameo.)

JLA/Titans. DC.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1998.) "One of Ours" by Phil Jimenez & Andy Lanning. 38p. v. Brother Blood (cameo.)

John Bolton’s Halls of Horror. Eclipse. anth.

** no. 1 (June 1985.) Part 1. “The Monster Club” by Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes and Dez Skinn & John Bolton. 28p. v Eramus [House of Horror #25 (1983.)] Cover: John Bolton.

** no. 2 (June 1985.) Part 2. “The Monster Club.” 28p. [House of Horror #26 (1983.)]

Note: Adaptation of Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes’ The Monster Club (London: New English Library, 1976.)

John Bolton: Haunted Shadows. The John Bolton Fan Club – Unmasked Publishing (Gross-Zimmern, Germany.) hb. Large Format.

** (1998.) Portfolio with cover art by John Bolton, including several vampires.

Johnny Fast’s Skinhead Safari. Knock-Out Press. b&w.

** (1990.) Story by Chris Hlady & Darren Merinuk. 15p. v cameo (character dressed as a vampire for Halloween.)

Jo-Jo Comics. Fox Feature Syndicate. Pre-Code.

** no. 18 (Aug. 1948). “Jo-Jo Congo King: The Ivory Killer” by Stan Ford. 10p. v killer vampire bat.

Josie and the Pussycats. See: Archie Giant Series Magazine.

Journey into Fear. Superior Comics. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 6 (June 1952.) “Partners in Blood.” 9p. v Baroness von Erich, Rose.

** no. 8 (Oct. 1952.) “Pages of Death.” 9p. v Tracula (i.e., Dracula.)

** no. 12 (Mar. 1953.) “Vampire Vengeance.” 7p. v various.

** no. 13 (May 1953.) “Vampire’s Blood.” 6p. v Bela’s wife. Vampire cover.

** no. 17 (Jan. 1954.) “Vampires Two.” 8 p. v William Torrance, Amy Stanton.

** no. 20 (July 1954.) “Body and Ghoul.” 8p. v Toby Bennett. A man who can control people’s thoughts wreaks havoc in the appearance of a demon, a gorilla and a vampire.

Journey into Mystery. Marvel/Atlas. 1st series. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1952.) “Thru the Door.” 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 6 (Mar. 1953.) “Wings of the Vampire.” 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 11 (Aug. 1953.) “The Hidden Vampires” by Anon. & Tony Di Preta. 5p. v. Stefan Kero and his family. Cover by Russ Heath [rpt. in Where Monsters Dwell #17 (1972.)]

** no. 13 (Dec. 1953.) “Not Normal!” 5p. v various.

** no. 14 (Feb. 1954.) “Where the Vampire Flies.” 4p. v Harry, Jenny.

** no. 15 (Apr. 1954.) “Bewitched” by Anon. & Mannie Banks. 5p. v Prudence.

** no. 16 (June 1954.) “Vampire Tale” by Doug Wildey. 5p. v Igor.

** no. 21 (Jan. 1955.) “The Hidden Vampire.” 5p. v Unnamed (disguised as… a castle) [rpt. in Creepy Worlds #241 (1980?.)]

Journey into Mystery. Marvel. 2nd. Series. Horror anth.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1972.) a. “More than Blood!” by George Alec Effinger & Billy Graham. 6p. v Linda and others. b. “Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper!” by Ron Goulart and Gil Kane & Ralph Reese. 10p. v John Carmody, energy-draining vampire [rpt. b&w. in Masters of Terror #1 (1975.)]

Note: Robert Bloch’s short story, “Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper,” first appeared in the pulp magazine Weird Tales, July 1943.

** no. 12 (Aug. 1974.) “Kiss of Death.” 6p. v John Ashby [Adventures into Weird Worlds #16 (1953.)]

Journey into Mystery. Marvel.

** no. 520 (May 1998.) Part 1 “The Long Cold Kill” by Marv Wolfman & Karl Kerschl. 22p. v Hannibal King.

** no. 521 (June 1998.) Part 2. “The Long Cold Kill.” 22p.

Journey into Nightmare. Portman [U.K.] b&w. Horror anth. mag.

** no. 1 (1978.) a. “Bat’s Belfry” by Don McGregor & Vicente Ibañez. 9p. v various [Vampire Tales #3 (1974.)] b. “The Praying Mantis Principle” by Don McGregor & Rich Buckler. 11p. v Christina, Madam Angela [Vampire Tales #2 (1973.)]

Journey into Unknown Worlds. Marvel/Atlas. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 9 (Feb. 1952.) “House of the Vampire.” Text. 2p. v Ezra Hamilton.

** no. 11 (June 1952.) “Frankie was Afraid!” 5p. v Frankie Dunlap.

­** no. 16 (Mar. 1953.) a. “The Tourists.” Text. 2p. v Maria Terrizi and her family. b. “Deadline!” 5p. v Lydia.

** no. 23 (Dec. 1953.) “The Vampire’s Fangs” by Anon. & Paul Reinman. 5p. v Unnamed.

** no. 27 (May 1954.) “Somewhere Waits the Vampire” by Anon. & Paul Reinman. 5p. v Kraska and Sophia von Heinif [rpt. b&w. in Vampire Tales #4 (1974;) Castle of Horror #4 (1978;) Dracula [Newton, Australia] #10 (1975.)] Vampire cover.

** no. 29 (July 1954.) “Of Royal Blood!” by Mortellaro. 4p. v Count Dracula [rpt. b&w. in Dracula Lives! #4 (1974.)]

Judge Dredd. Quality Comics/S.Q.P. rpt.

** no. 15 (n.d., but 1985.) Part 1. “City of the Damned” by T.B. Grover & Steve Dillon. 32p. [2000 AD #393-394-395-396-397 (1984.)]

** no. 16 (n.d., but 1985.) Part 2. “City of the Damned.” 32p. [2000 AD #398-399-400-401-402 (1984-1985.)]

** no. 17 (n.d., but 1985.) Part 3. “City of the Damned.” 27p. [2000 AD #403-404-405-406 (1985.)]

Note: U.S. reprints of British Judge Dredd/2000 AD material.

Judge Dredd. Titan [U.K.] b&w. tpb.

** no. 24 (1989.) “Nosferatu: Write His Name in Blood” by T. B. Grover & Ron Smith. 28p. v Nosferatu (blood-sucking vampire scarab.) c. Judge Dredd [2000 AD #430-431-432-433 (1985.)]

Judge Dredd Annual. Fleetway [U.K.]

** (1982.) “The Vampire Effect” by John Wagner & Mike McMahon. 16p. v Unnamed space vampire.

Judge Dredd: Fetish. 2000 AD Books [U.K.] tpb. rpt.

** (1997.) By Gary Knight and Kevin Brighton. 85p. v Devlin Waugh [appears in Part 4, 5: Judge Dredd Megazine vol. 3, no. 29 and vol. 3, no. 30 (1997.)]

Judge Dredd Lawman of the Future. Fleetway [U.K.] mag.

** no. 16 (Feb. 23, 1996.) “Blood Sucker” by Simon Furman & Jim O’Ready. 10p. v Unnamed.

Judge Dredd Megazine. Fleetway [U.K.] mag.

** vol. 2, no. 1 (May 2-15, 1992.) Part 1. “Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood” by John Smith. 8p. v Devlin Waugh.

** vol. 2, no. 2 (May 16-29, 1992.) Part 2. “Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood” by John Smith. 8p.

** vol. 2, no. 3 (May 30/June 12, 1992.) Part 3. “Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood” by John Smith. 9p.

** vol. 2, no. 4 (June 12-26, 1992.) Part 4. “Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood” by John Smith. 8p.

** vol. 2, no. 5 (June 27/July 10, 1992.) Part 5. “Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood” by John Smith. 8p.

** vol. 2, no. 6 (July 11-24, 1992.) Part 6. “Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood” by John Smith. 9p.

** vol. 2, no. 7 (July 25/Aug. 7, 1992.) Part 7. “Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood” by John Smith. 9p.

** vol. 2, no. 8 (Aug. 8-21, 1992.) Part 8. “Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood” by John Smith. 8p.

** vol. 2, no. 9 (Aug. 22/Sep. 4, 1992.) Part 9. “Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood” by John Smith. 9p. [Parts 1-9 reprinted as Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood (1993,) and in Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood (DC, 2004.)]

­­­** vol. 2, no. 26 (Apr. 17-30, 1993.) “Brief Encounter” by John Smith & Sean Phillips. 9p. v Devlin Waugh [rpt. in Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood (DC, 2004.)]

** vol. 2, no. 40 (Oct. 30/Nov. 12, 1993.) Part 1. “Harke & Burr: Hamster Horror Production” by Si Spencer & Dean Ormston. 8p. v Janus Erryatt .

** vol. 2, no. 41 (Nov. 13-26, 1993.) Part 2. “Harke & Burr: Hamster Horror Production.” 8p.

** vol. 2, no. 42 (Nov. 27/Dec. 10, 1993.) Part 3. “Harke & Burr: Hamster Horror Production.” 8p.

** vol. 2, no. 67 (Nov. 25, 1994.) Part 1. “Concrete Sky” by John Freeman & Adrian Salmon. 7p. v various. c. Karyn, Psi.

** vol. 2, no. 68 (Dec. 9, 1994.) Part 2. “Concrete Sky.” 7p.

** vol. 2, no. 69 (Dec. 23, 1994.) Part 3. “Concrete Sky.” 7p.

** vol. 2, no. 70. (Jan. 6, 1995.) Part 4. “Concrete Sky.” 7p.

** vol. 2, no. 71 (Jan. 20, 1995.) Part 5. “Concrete Sky.” 7p.

** vol. 2, no. 72 (Feb. 3, 1995.) Part 6. “Concrete Sky.” 7p.

___ vol. 3, no. 28 (???.) Cameo appearance of Devlin Waugh [rpt. in in Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood (DC, 2004.)]

** vol. 3, no. 29 (May 1997.) Part 4.“Fetish” by Gary Knight and Kevin Brighton. 17p. v Devlin Waugh [rpt. in Judge Dredd: Fetish (1997,) and in in Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood (DC, 2004.)]

­­­** vol. 3, no. 30 (June 1997.) Part 5. “Fetish.” 17p. [rpt. in Judge Dredd: Fetish (1997,) and in Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood (DC, 2004.)]

___ vol. 3, no. 39 (March 1998.) “The Time of the Preacher” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 21p. v Cassidy [Preacher #1 (1995) .] Cover: Glenn Farry.

** vol. 3, no. 41 (May 1998.) “And Hell Followed with Him” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. v Cassidy [Preacher #2 (1995.)]

___ vol. 3, no. 42 (June 1998.) “And the Horse You Rode In On” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. v Cassidy [Preacher #3 (1995.)]

** vol. 3, no. 43 (July 1998.) “Standing Tall” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. v Cassidy [Preacher #4 (1995.)]

** vol. 3, no. 44 (Aug. 1998.) “Naked City, part 1” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. v Cassidy [Preacher #5 (1995.)]

** vol. 3, no. 45 (Sep. 1998.) “Naked City, part 2” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. v Cassidy [Preacher #6 (1995.)]

** vol. 3, no. 46 (Oct. 1998.) “Naked City, part 3” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. v Cassidy [Preacher #7 (1995.)]

** vol. 3, no. 52 (Apr. 1999.) “Came a Pale Rider” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. v Cassidy [Preacher #13 (1995.)]

** vol. 3, no. 53 (May 1999.) “Boys Will Be Boys” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. v Cassidy [Preacher #14 (1995.)]

** vol. 3, no. 54 (June 1999.) “Crashing the Party” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. v Cassidy [Preacher #15 (1995.)]

** vol. 3, no. 55 (July 1999.) “Judgement Night” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 21p. v Cassidy [Preacher #16 (1996.)]

** vol. 3, no. 56 (Aug. 1999.) “Miracle Man” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 21p. v Cassidy [Preacher #17 (1996.)]

** vol. 3, no. 58 (Oct. 1999.) “Of Things to Come” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 21p. v Cassidy [Preacher #19 (1996.)]

** vol. 3, no. 59 (Nov. 1999.) “Two Much Gun” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 21p. v Cassidy [Preacher #20 (1996.)]

___ vol. 3, no. 60 (Dec. 1999.) “Stormbringers” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 21p. v Cassidy [Preacher #21 (1996.)]

** vol. 3, no. 63 (Mar. 2000.) “And Justice for All” by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon. 24p. v Cassidy [Preacher #24.]

­­­** vol. 3, no. 72 (Dec. 2000.) Part 1. “A Mouthful of Dust” by John Smith & Michael Gaydos. v Devlin Waugh [rpt. in in Devlin Waugh: Swimming in Blood (DC, 2004.)] Story continued in issue #73 of 2001.

Judge Dredd: The Streets of Mega-City. Titan [U.K.] tpb.

** (1982.) “The Vampire Effect” by John Wagner & Mike McMahon. 15p. v Unnamed space vampire.

Judge Dredd’s Crime File: Volume Two. Quality Comics [U.K.] tpb.

** (1989.) “The Vampire Effect” by T. B. Grover & Mike McMahon. 16p. v Unnamed alien.

Jughead. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 225 (Feb. 1974.) “Nothing but the Tooth.” 5p. v Jughead [rpt. in Jughead’s Double Digest Magazine #64 (2000.)]

** no. 247 (Dec. 1975.) “Hugo Man of a Thousand Faces at the Monster Rally.” 1p. v Unnamed (promotional comic for the puppet Hugo.)

** no. 295 (Dec. 1979.) “Delightful Biteful.” 5p. v Drackie (Count Dracula’s son) [rpt. in Archie’s Double Digest Magazine #49 (1990.)]

** no. 347 (Aug. 1986.) “Sabrina in: Pet Set.” 1p. v vampire bat.

** no. 348 (Oct. 1986.) “Party Pair” by George Gladir & Samm Schwartz. 6p. v Jughead (dressed as “Count Jughead.”)

** no. 352 (June 1987.) “The Draydeam” by George Gladir & Samm Schwartz. 3p. v Jughead (in a daydream.)

The Jughead Jones Comics Digest Magazine. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 4 (Mar. 1978.) Cover: Jughead as a vampire.

** no. 20 (Mar. 1982.) “The Touch.” 5p. v The Vampire of Venus (in a movie.)

Jughead’s Double Digest Magazine. Archie. Small format. Satire. anth.

** no. 48 (Dec. 1997.) “Bats to You” by George Gladir & Rex Lindsey. 6p. v Uncle Bela.

** no. 64 (Jan. 2000.) “Nothing But the Tooth.” 5p. [Jughead #225 (Feb. 1974.)]

** no. 72 (Dec. 2000.) Cover: Archie as vampire.

Jughead’s Jokes. Archie. Satire anth.

** no. 10 (Mar. 1969.) One-panel story in the right back corner of “One question.” 1p. v Unnamed Lugosi-like.

** no. 11 (May 1969.) “Valid Visit.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 71 (Jan. 1981.) “Gipsy Goodies” by George Gladir & Samm Schwartz. 1p. v Unnamed.

Jugular. Blackout Comics.

** no. 0 (1995.) “The Immigrants” by Mike Baron & Brock L. Hor, Jr. 24p. v Melchior.

Jumbo Comics. Fiction House. Pre-code.

** no. 78 (Aug. 1945.) “Veldt of the Vampire Apes” by Anon. & Robert Webb. 12p. v Blood-drinking apes. c. Sheena.

** no. 88 (June 1946.) “Sheena and the Winged Vampires.” 2p. Text. v vampire bats.

Jungle Comics. Fiction House. Pre-code.

** no. 28 (Apr. 1942.) “Tabu Wizard of the Jungle” by Anon. & George Wilhelms. 8p. v Wanculu (pseudo-vampire; believed to be a vampire because of a drug given to him by the villain De Vigne.) c. Tabu.

** no. 83 (Nov. 1946.) “Vampire Veldt” by Anon. & Joe Celardo. 10p. v Captain Damon and his daughters. c. Ka’a’nga.

Jungle Girls. AC. b&w. anth.

** no. 13 (1993.) “Vampire Queen of the Horror Krall!” by Bill Black and Mark Heike. 10p. v Unnamed.

Justice League: America. DC.

** no. 31 (Oct. 1989.) The Teasdale Imperative, part 1 (of 4.) “Crossed Wires!” by Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis & Adam Hughes. 22p. v The Grey Man, a psychic vampire. Cont. in Justice League: Europe #7.

** no. 32 (Nov. 1989.) The Teasdale Imperative, part 3. “Breaking Point!” 22p. Cont. in Justice League: Europe #8.

** no. 64 (July 1992.) “The Revenge of the Starbreaker” by Dan Jurgens & Rick Burchett. 22p. v Starbreaker, a vampire that devours planets.

Justice League: Europe. DC.

** no. 7 (Oct. 1989.) The Teasdale Imperative, part 2. “Teasdale Unbound!” by Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis & Bart Sears. 22p. v Grey Man, a psychic vampire. Cont. in Justice League: America #32.

** no. 8 (Nov. 1989.) The Teasdale Imperative, part 4. “Showdown. . . “ 22p.

Justice League: International. DC.

** no. 25 (Apr. 1989.) “Repossessions” by Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis, Ty Templeton & Mike McKone. 22p. v Caitiff.

Justice League of America. DC.

** no. 96 (Feb. 1972.) Part 1 (of 2.) “The Coming of Starbreaker!” by Mike Friedrich & Dick Dillin and Joe Giella. 24p. v Starbreaker, a vampire that devours planets. c. Superman.

** no. 97 (Mar. 1972.) Part 2. “The Coming of Starbreaker!” 27p.

Justice League of America: The Nail. DC. tr.pb.

** (1998.) By Alan David. 144p. v. Silver Banshee (cameo,) Man-Bat (cameo.)

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Kamandi, the Last Boy on Earth. DC.

** vol. 2, no. 9 (Sep. 1973.) Part 1. Untitled story by Jack Kirby & Mike Royer. 5p. v vampire bats.

** vol. 2, no. 10 (Oct. 1973.) Part 2. 5p.

** no. 52 (Aug./Sep. 1977.) “Sing a Song of Survival” by Jack D. Harris, Dick Ayers, & Alfredo Alcala. 17p. v vampire bats. Cover: Rich Buckler & Alfredo Alcala.

Karate Girl. Eros. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1992.) “Beware the Cumpire!” by Motoki. 21p. v Unnamed. Vampirella parody [rpt. in Karate Girl (1993.)]

** no. 1b Third printing (Mar. 1996.) Price indicated as $ 2.95/$ 3.95 ($2.50/$2.95 in first printing;) page 1 is different.

Karate Girl. Eros. b&w. anth. Oversize format. tpb. Adult.

___ (1993.) Includes: “Beware the Cumpire!” by Motoki. 21p. v Unnamed. Vampirella parody [Karate Girl #1 (1992.)]

Ken Shannon. Quality Comics. Pre-code anth.

** no. 6 (Aug. 1952.) “The Weird Vampire Mob.” 10p. v Stephan and Bela Maglor.

Kid Death & Fluffy: Halloween Special. Event. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1998.) Vampirella satire cover: Joe Quesada & Jimmy Palmiotti. No vampire content.

Killing Stroke. Eternity. b&w. anth.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1991.) “Blood Calls to Blood” by Andrew Elliott & Chris Ski. 5p. v Kevin, Vincent.

Kingdom of Evil. Outsider Comics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (1992) “Blood Beast” by Mark A. Humphries and Peter Young & S. Clay Wilson. 24p. v Unnamed.

King-Sized Cracked See: Cracked Annuals.

Kiss of Death: The Art of Fastner & Larson. Howell (New Jersey): SQP. tpb.

** (2000.) Portfolio by Steve Fastner and Rich Larson. 72p. v various Unnamed and vampire bats.

Kiss of the Vampire. Brainstorm Comics.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1997.) “Dark Is the Night” by Paul Abrams & Garry Barnes. 20p. v Erica et al. Cover: Paul Abrams.

** no. 1a Nude edition. Cover: Paul Abrams.

Knight Flight. Comax. b&w.

** no. 1 (1991.) “Journey Into. . . Mega‑verse!” by Burcham. 16p. v She Drak [She Drak 1 (1991.)]

Knights of Pendragon. Marvel U.K. Second series.

** no. 9 (Apr. 1993.) Part 1 (of 2.) “Blood Lines” by Dan Abnett, John Tomlinson & John Royle. 22p. v Baron Blood. Cover: John Royle.

** no. 10 (May 1993.) Part 2. “Blood Lines.” 22p.

Knights of the Dinner Table. Kenzer & Company. b&w. anth.

** no. 50 (Dec. 2000.) “Goth to Get Some!” by Jolly R. Blackburn & Steve Johansson. 5p. v Dave.

Knockabout. Knockabout Publications [U.K.] b&w. anth. mag. Adult.

** no. 14 (1988.) “Dinoboy Meets Dracula” by H. Robins. 1 p. v Dracula.

Korak, Son of Tarzan. Gold Key.

** no. 30 (Aug. 1969.) “Valley of the Bat People” by Gaylord DuBois & Dan Spiegel. 14p. v The Bat People.

Krazy Comic. Fleetway [U.K.] mag.

** no. 1 (Oct. 16, 1976.) Count Dracula (from a movie poster) on cover. No vampire content.

Kull and the Barbarian. Curtis. b&w. Sword and Sorcery anth. mag.

** no. 2 (May 1975.) Part 1 (of 2.) “The Hills of the Dead” by Roy Thomas & Alan Weiss and Neal Adams. 10p. v various. c. Solomon Kane.

Note: Robert E. Howard, “The Hills of the Dead.” [Weird Tales, Aug. 1930.] Cover: Michael Wheland.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1975.) The Hills of the Dead, Part 2. “Into the Silent City.” 14p. Cover: Michael Wheland.

Kurt Busiek’s Astro City. Image/Homage Comics new series.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1996.) “New Kid in Town” by Kurt Busiek & Brent E. Anderson. 24p. v Jeremiah Parrish.

** no. 5 (Jan. 1997.) “Learning the Game.” 24p.

** no. 6 (Feb. 1997.) “The Gathering Dark.” 24p.

** no. 7 (Mar. 1997.) “Eye of the Storm.” 24p.

** no. 8 (Apr. 1997.) “Patterns.” 24p.

** no. 9 (May 1997.) “My Father’s Son.” 24p.

Rpt. as a tpb. Kurt Busiek’s Astro City: Confession (1997.)

Kurt Busiek’s Astro City Confession. Homage Comics. tpb.

** (1997.) By Kurt Busiek & Brent E. Anderson. 24p. v Jeremiah Parrish. Includes issues 4-9 of Kurt Busiek’s Astro City (Image Comics, 1996-97.) Spine says “Image/Homage Comics.”

** (1999.) Second printing. New cover (same drawing but title in different lettering, and different back cover.) Spine says “Homage/DC Comics.”

Kurt Busiek’s Astro City Confession. Homage Comics. hb.

** (1997.) By Kurt Busiek & Brent E. Anderson. 24p. v Jeremiah Parrish. Includes issues 4-9 of Kurt Busiek’s Astro City (Image Comics, 1996-97.)

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Lacunae. Lacunae Publications. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 4 (Oct./Nov. 1995.) a. “Dark Genesis” by Mitch Hyman. Text. 3p. v Cain, Lilith. b. “Stolen Moments” by Kimberly Mark. Text 2p. v Unnamed. c. “That Was No Lady, That Was a Big Breasted Bloodthirsty Bad Girl!” by Randy Zimmerman. 2p. v Unnamed. d. “Twisted Blood” by Randy Zimmerman & Jason Moore. 5p. v Unnamed.

** no. 7 (Apr. 1996.) “My Blood” by Christopher Paris & Nicole Duci. 5p. v Jesus Christ’s apostles (as vampires.)

The Lady and the Vampire. NBM Publishing/Eurotica. tpb. Large format. Adult.

** (1999.) By Colin Murray. 47p.

Lady Death and the Women of Chaos! Gallery. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1996.) Portfolio. v Oblivia, Purgatori, Chastity, Kabala, Jade.

___ no. 1a Premium edition.

Lady Death: Between Heaven and Hell. Chaos! Comics.

___ Ashcan (1995.) By Brian Pulido & Steven Hughes. Cover: Steven Hughes. Limited to 1,500 copies.

___ Ashcan, Comic Cavalcade Blue Foil edition.

___ no. 1 (Mar. 1995.) “Odyssey of Lost Promise” by Brian Pulido & Steven Hughes. 24p. v Purgatori. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 1a (Mar. 1995.) Holochrome edition. Cover: Steven Hughes. Limited to 5,000 copies.

** no. 1b (Mar. 1995.) Black Velvet edition. Cover: Steven Hughes. Limited to 5,000 copies.

** no. 1c (Mar. 1995.) Commemorative edition. Cover: Steven Hughes. Limited to 4,000 copies and including a color print.

** no. 1d (Mar. 1995.) Limited edition. Cover: Steven Hughes. Limited to 5,000 copies and including a b&w. signed print.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1995.) “The Final Sin.” 24p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 3 (May 1995.) “Divine Damnation.” 24p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 4 (June 1995.) “Hell’s Harrowing.” 24p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 4a Lady Demon Variant cover.

Rpt. as a tpb. Lady Death: Between Heaven and Hell (1995.)

Lady Death: Between Heaven and Hell. Chaos! Comics. tpb.

** (1995.) By Brian Pulido & Steven Hughes. 96p. v Purgatori. Cover: Steven Hughes. Collects Lady Death: Between Heaven and Hell #1-4 (1995.)

Lady Death: Judgement War. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1999.) “A Device for Damnation” by Brian Pulido and Len Kaminski & Ivan Reis. 22p. v Purgatori. Cover: Ivan Reis.

Lady Death Monthly. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 9 (Oct. 1998.) Part 1. “The Covenant” by David Quinn & Steven Hughes. 22p. v Purgatori.

** no. 10 (Nov. 1998.) Part 2. “The Covenanth.” 22p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

Lady Death. The Odyssey. Chaos! Comics. rpt. tpb.

** (Mar. 1997.) By Brian Pulido & Stephen Hughes. 106p. v Kali. Collects Lady Death III: The Odyssey [with Kali appearing in #3 (1996.)]

Lady Death III: The Odyssey. Chaos! Comics.

** “Sneak Peak Preview” by Brian Pulido & Steven Hughes. 16p. v Kali, Purgatori.

** no. 3 (June 1996.) By Brian Pulido & Stephen Hughes. 24p. v Kali [rpt. in Lady Death: The Odyssey (1997.)]

Lady Death: Tribulation. Chaos! Comics.

___ Ashcan (2000). By Ivan Reis. 12p. v Purgatori.

** no. 1 (Dec. 2000.) By Len Kaminski & Ivan Reis. 22p. v Purgatori. Cover: Ivan Michael Beck.

** no. 1a Premium cover: Ivan Reis. Limited to 3,000 copies.

** no. 1b Chromium Mega-Premium edition. Cover: Ivan Reis. Limited to 2,500 copies.

Lady Death vs. Purgatori. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1999.) “Black, White and Red All Over” by Brian Pulido & Len Kaminski. 28p. Cover: Dorian Cleavenger.

** no. 1a. Premium edition. Cover: Jim Balent. Limited to 3,000 copies.

** no. 1b Dynamic Forces edition. Cover: Pat Lee. Limited to 2,500 copies.

** no. 1c Gold edition. Cover: Dorian Cleavenger.

** no. 1d Royal Blue edition. Cover: Dorian Cleavenger. Limited to 100 copies.

Lady Death vs. Vampirella. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1999.) “Dark Hearts” by Brian Pulido and Marc Andreyko & Steven Hughes. 28p. Cover: Steven Hughes.

** no. 1a Gold edition. Cover: Steven Hughes. Limited to 300 copies.

** no. 1b Premium edition. Cover: Steven Hughes. Limited to 5,000 copies.

___ no. 1c Royal Blue edition. Limited to 100 copies.

Lady Death vs. Vampirella II. Chaos! Comics.

** Preview Book. (Feb. 2000.) By Brian Pulido & Mike Deodato, Jr. 11p. Cover: Mike Deodato, Jr. & Jason Jensen.

** no. 1 (Mar. 2000.) “Uncommon Ground” by Len Kaminski & Mike Deodato, Jr. 22p. Cover: Mike Deodato.

** no. 1a Premium edition.

** no. 1b Gold edition. Cover: Mike Deodato.

** no. 1c Royal Blue edition. Cover: Mike Deodato. Limited to 100 copies.

Lady Dracula. Media International/FantaCo Enterprises. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (1995.) By J. J. Goodman. v Lady Dracula. 16p. Indicia incorrectly lists this issue as #2.

** no. 2 (1995.) a. By J. J. Goodman. 16p. b. “Gravy Train” by Justin Whiting. 7p. v various.

Lady Rawhide. Topps Comics. #1-3: color #4-5: b&w.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1996.) Part 1. “Other People’s Blood” by Don McGregor & Esteban Maroto. 24p. v Carmelita Rodriguez.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1996.) “Other People’s Blood.” Part 2: “A Slice of Breast, Please, Hold the Guacamole” by Don McGregor & Esteban Maroto. 24p. v Carmelita Rodriguez.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1997.) “Other People’s Blood.” Part 3: “Poisons Under the Flesh” by Don McGregor & Esteban Maroto. 24p. v Carmelita Rodriguez.

** no. 4 (Apr. 1997.) “Other People’s Blood.” Part 4: “Intimate Wounds.” 24p. v Carmelita Rodriguez.

** no. 5 (June 1997.) “Other People’s Blood.” Part 5: “Bring Your Own Corpses.” 24p. v Carmelita Rodriguez.

Series rpt. as Lady Rawhide: Other People’s Blood (1999.)

Lady Rawhide: Other People’s Blood. Image. b&w. rpt.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1999.) Part 1. “Other People’s Blood” by Don McGregor & Esteban Maroto. 24p. v Carmelita Rodriguez.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1999.) “Other People’s Blood.” Part 2: “A Slice of Breast, Please, Hold the Guacamole” by Don McGregor & Esteban Maroto. 24p. v Carmelita Rodriguez.

** no. 3 (May 1999.) “Other People’s Blood.” Part 3: “Poisons Under the Flesh” by Don McGregor & Esteban Maroto. 24p. v Carmelita Rodriguez.

** no. 4 (June 1999.) “Other People’s Blood.” Part 4: “Intimate Wounds.” 24p. v Carmelita Rodriguez.

** no. 5 (July 1999.) “Other People’s Blood.” Part 5: “Bring Your Own Corpses.” 24p. v Carmelita Rodriguez.

Rpt. of Lady Rawhide (1996-1997.)

Lady Vampré. Blackout Comics. b&w. and color. Lady Vampré Series. Adult.

** no. 0 (1995.) By Bruce Schoengood & Dave Gutierriez, et al. 26p. v Lady Angelique Vampré, Jean Saint Michael [rpt. retitled: Lady Vampré 0.]

** no. 1 (1995.) 31p.

Lady Vampré 0. Blackout Comics. b&w. Lady Vampré Series. Adult.

** (1995.) By Bob Berry. 26p. [Rept of Lady Vampré #0.] 5,000 copies. With a “Certificate of Authenticity.” Cover says: “Blackout Comics.”

___ Alternate cover: Bob Berry. Limited to 5,000 copies.

Lady Vampré in the Flesh. Blackout Comics. Adult.

** no. 1 (1997.) By Rob Román & Dave Gutierrez and al. 24p. v Lady Vampré.

** no. 1a Variant cover, autographed.

Lady Vampré: Pleasures of the Flesh. Blackout Comics. b&w. Lady Vampré Series. Adult.

** no. 1 (1996.) By Bruce Schoengood & Dave Gutierrez et al. 15p. v Lady Angelique Vampré.

** no. 1a Gold Seal edition.

Lady Vampré Special Collector’s Series. Blackout Comics. Adult.

___ Includes a copy of Lady Vampré #0 & #1, The Death of Lady Vampré, and a Lady Vampré poster.

Lady Vampré vs. Black Lace. Blackout Comics. b&w. Adult. Flipbook.

** no. 1 (1996.) By Rob Román & Dave Gutierrez. 12p. Cover: Dave Gutierrez & M. A. Moussa.

Laff Time Cartoon Annual. Crestwood Publishing. b&w. mag.

** (1968.) “Monsters in Advertising.” 2p. v Count Dracula.

The Land of Nod. Dark Horse. b&w.

** no. 1 (1997.) Story by Jay Stephens & Julie E. Gassaway. 22p. v Bela Kiss.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1997.) 22p. v Bela Kiss.

** no. 3 (Feb. 1998.) 22p. v Bela Kiss (killed off in this issue.)

** no. 4 (June 1988.) 22p. v ”13”. Vampire bats on cover.

The Land of Nod: Rockabye Book. Dark Horse. b&w. tpb.

** (1999.) By Jay Stephens. 160p. v Bela Kiss. Collects material from The Land of Nod (1997-1998) and includes new material.

Laser Eraser & Pressbutton. Eclipse.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1986.) “Tsultrine” by Pedro Henry, Jerry Paris & Garry Leach. 17p. v Tsultrine (psychic vampire feeding on souls.)

Laugh. Archie. / Close-Up Inc. anth.

** no. 129 (Dec. 1961.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 167 (Feb. 1965.) “Li’l Jinx: Monster Madness.” 5p.v various Unnamed (in a TV show and a nightmare.)

Laugh Comics Digest. Archie Comics Publications.

** no. 2 (Sep. 1975.) “Monster Coloring Page.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 4 (May 1976.) “House Breakers.” 10p. v Unnamed. c. Sabrina.

** no. 21 (Mar. 1979.) “What Kind of Ghoul Am I?” 14p. v Count Draco.

** no. 48 (Sep. 1983.) “The Ghoul of the House.” 8p. v Unnamed.

** no. 61 (Nov. 1985.) “Delightful Biteful.” 5p. v Drackie (son of Dracula.)

** no. 63 ( Mar. 1986.) “What Kind of Ghoul Am I?” 14p. v Count Draco.

** no. 65 (July 1986.) “Sabrina in ‘Party Pooper’.” 5p. v Unnamed Sabrina ancestors (in a portrait.)

** no. 92 (Jan. 1991.) “The Costume.” 5p. v Archie.

** no. 92a Canadian edition. Price indicated as $ 1.65 and £ 1.25 only.

** no. 100 (Apr. 1992.) “Overnight Pest.” 10p. v Unnamed.

** no. 100a. Canadian edition (price indicated as $1.65 only rather than $ 1.50.)

** no. 102 (Aug. 1992.) “Dracula’s Castle.” 11p. v Count Dracula, Alex.

** no. 112 (Feb. 1994.) “Dipsy Doodles.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 113 (Apr. 1994.) “Vampire Ire.” 5p. v Count Vampiro.

** no. 124 (Dec. 1995.) “Ear Acre.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 134 (May 1997.) “Wrap Session.” 6p. v Unnamed.

** no. 138 (Dec. 1997.) “Double Date.” 6p. v Drac.

** no. 138a. Canadian edition (price $1.99 only rather than $1.75.)

** no. 141 (May 1998.) “Aw, What the Hex!” 5p. v Unnamed. c. Sabrina.

** no. 144 (Oct. 1998.) “Camp Cramps.” 5p. v Unnamed. c. Sabrina.

Laugh in the Dark. Last Gasp. b&w. Satire anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1971.) “The Toad on the Hill!!” by Bill Griffith. 5p. v Count Dracutoad.

The Law of Judge Dredd. Quality Comics [U.K.]

** no. 6 (n.d.) Part 2. “Cursed Earth” by Pat Mills & Mike McMahon. 32p. v Robot vampires. Cover: Jim Fern.

Lawbreakers Always Lose. Marvel. Pre-code.

** no. 4 (Oct. 1948.) “The Lair of the Bat.” 13p. v The Bat, aka “Dracula,” a deformed criminal who looks like a vampire.

Lawbreakers Always Lose. Bell [Canada]. Pre-code. Canadian edition (with different nos. and covers) of Marvel’s Lawbreakers Always Lose.

** no. 5 (Jan. 1949.) “The Lair of the Bat.” 13p. v The Bat, aka “Dracula,” a deformed criminal who looks like a vampire.

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. America’s Best Comics.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1999.) By Alan Moore & Kevin O’Neil. 24p. c. Mina Murray.

** no. 1a Dynamic Forces edition.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1999.) 24p.

** no. 3 (June 1999.) 24p.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1999.) 24p.

** no. 5 (June 2000.) 24p.

** no. 6 (Sep. 2000.) 24p.

Note: Not a vampire comic, and there is only a passing reference to Dracula. It is included here because Mina Murray, a major character from Bram Stoker’s Dracula, is a major character in this storyline. Mina Murray (Peta Wilson) is a vampire in the movie version (2003), but not in the comic. #1-4 rpt. as The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Bumper Compendium Edition (1999.) Rpt. as The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen hb. (2001;), tpb. (2002;) and in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Absolute Edition (2003.)

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Bumper Compendium Edition. America’s Best Comics.

** no. 1&2 (1999.) By Alan Moore & Kevin O’Neil. 46p. c. Mina Murray.

** no. 3&4 (1999.) 48p.

Rpt. of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen #1-4 (1999.)

Leave It to Chance. Image.

** no. 9 (Apr. 1998.) “Midnight Monster Madness” by James Robinson & Paul Smith. 22p. v The Count [rpt. in Leave It to Chance Vol. III: Monster Madness and Other Stories (2003.)]

** no. 10 (June 1998.) “Destroy All Monsters.” 22p. [rpt. in Leave It to Chance Vol. III: Monster Madness and Other Stories (2003.)]

Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver. Top Cow.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1999.) Story by Matt Hawkins & David Boller. 12p. v Raziel and others (companion to Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver video game.)

Legend. Dark Horse Comics. b&w.

** Ashcan (1996.) “Preview of Hellboy: Wake the Devil” by Mike Mignola. 6p. v Vladimir Giurescu.

Legend: Horror Classics. Legend Publishing [U.K.] mag.

___ no. 1 (n.d.) a. “Dracula” by Kevin O’Neill. v Dracula.

Note: Bram Stoker’s Dracula. CBS Television, 1973. Dir: Dan Curtis. Scr: Richard Matheson. Dracula: Jack Palance. b. Poster: Christopher Lee.

** no. 2 (n.d.) Portrait Gallery: Sketch of Christopher Lee as Dracula.

___ no. 5 (n.d.) a. “Dracula Must be Destroyed.” v Dracula. b. Poster.

Legends and Folklore. Comic Zone Productions. b&w.

** no. 1 (July 1992.) “Vampires” by B. Wiant Bowman & Chuck Hyman et al. 25p. Cover: Bill Cucinotta.

** no. 1a (July 1992.) Signed and Limited edition.

Legends of Luxura. Brainstorm Comics. Adult.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1996.) a. “Connoisseur” by Kirk Lindo. 17p. v Luxura [rpt. in Vamperotica Dark Fiction #3, 4 (2001;) Vamperotica: Maximum Excitement (2001.)] b. “Death on the Nile” by Dan Membiela & Steve Scott. 10p. v Luxura [rpt. in Vamperotica #1 (2001) ;) Vamperotica: Maximum Excitement (2001.)] c. “Past Life, Present Dancer” by Dan Membiela & Steve Scott. 11p. v Luxura. Cover: Kirk Lindo.

** no. 1a Platinum edition. Cover: Kirk Lindo.

** no. 1b Gold edition.

** no. 1c Cavalcade edition.

** no. 2 (May 1996.) a. “Labor of Love” by Dan Membiela & Stephen Sandoval. 9p. v Luxura [rpt. in Vamperotica Dark Fiction #1 (2001;) Vamperotica: Maximum Excitement (2001.)] b. “Something Rotten” by Dan Membiela & Steve Scott. 19p. v Luxura [rpt. in Vamperotica Dark Fiction #1, 2, 3 (2001;) Vamperotica: Maximum Excitement (2001.)] Cover: Stephen Sandoval.

** no. 2a Gold edition. Cover: Stephen Sandoval.

** no. 3 (June 1996.) a. “Nights Down Under” by Dan Membiela. 10p. v Luxura [rpt. in Vamperotica: When Darkness Falls #3 (2001;) Vamperotica: Dark Ages (2002.)] b. “Unsung Warrior” by Jonathan Gilbert & Sandoval. 10p. v Luxura. Cover: Kirk Lindo and E. R. Torres.

** no. 3a Nude edition. Cover: Kirk Lindo and E. R. Torres.

Legends of the DC Universe. DC.

** no. 22 (Nov. 1999.) Transilvane Part 1 “Supremum Vale” by Randy Lofficier and Jean-Marc Lofficier & J. O. Ladronn. 22p. v various vampires from Planet Transilvane. w Superman.

** no. 23 (Dec. 1999.) Transilvane Part 2 “Dies Irae.” 22p.

Legends of The World's Finest. DC.

** no. 1 (1994.) "Perchance to Dream" by Walter Simonson & Daniel Brereton. 47p. v. Silver Banshee.

** no. 2 (1994.) "Dream a Little Dream." 47p.

___  no. 3 (1994.) "The Dream Team." 47p.

Legends of the World's Finest. DC. tr.pb.

** no. 1 (1995.) By Walter Simonson & Daniel Brereton. 160p. v. Silver Banshee.

The Legion of Monsters. Marvel. Horror anth. b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1975.) a. Dracula, part 7. “Death Be Not Proud” by Roy Thomas & Dick Giordano. 15p. v Dracula. b. “Monster Gallery” by Hermoso D. Pancho & Pete Lijauco. Portfolio.

See also: Marvel Preview.

The Legion of Monsters. Yaffa [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (n.d.) a. “The Madman of Mansion Slade” by Doug Moench & Sonny Trinidad. 17p. v Morbius [Marvel Previews #8 (1976.)] b. “Monster Unleashed—Again” by Ralph Macchio. 5p. Text [Marvel Previews #8 (1976.)] c. “Into the House of Terror” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 21p. v Blade [Marvel Previews #8 (1976.)] Cover: Ken Barr.

Legion of Super Heroes. DC.

** no. 7 (May 1990.) By Keith Giffen & Tom and Mary Nierbaum. 22p. v Tharn.

Lennon’s Behold the Cartoons of Dracula. Dublin (Ireland): Sceptic Tank Press, 1997. tpb.

** (1997.) 64p. A collection of cartoons and comic strips by Sean Lennon on Dracula and Bram Stoker.

Lethal Ladies of Brainstorm. Brainstorm. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1997.) Portfolio. Cover: Model (Manion Kelley) photo.

___ no. 1a Nude edition.

___ no. 1b Luxury edition. Cover: Model (Manion Kelley) photo.

Lethal Strike: Shadow Viper. EH! Publications. b&w.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1998.) “Out of the Frying Pan into the. . .” by Jerry Kennedy & Jeff Lawter. 21p. Cover: Dorian.

___ no. 1a Nude cover: Chrissy Mountjoy.

Lethargic Lad Adventures. Crusade Comics. b&w. Satire.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1997.) “Lethargic Lad Adventures” by Greg Hyland. 19p. v Unnamed, controlled by the Nazi Occult Bureau (cameo.)

** no. 2 (Dec. 1997.) “Lethargic Lad Adventures” by Greg Hyland. 20p. v Mexican Frankestein (in fact a vampire,) Unnamed (cameo.)

Liberty Comics. Green Publishing. Pre-code.

** vol. 2, no. 1 (no. 10) (Dec. 1945.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

Life with Archie. Archie.

** no. 211 (Feb. 1980.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 269 (Nov. 1988.) “Midnight Madness” by Rich Margopoulos & Rex Lindsey. 11p. v Vamprina.

** no. 269a Canadian edition (price indicated as 95 cents only rather than 75 cents.)

Lili. Image.

___ (1999.) "The Legend of Lilith" by Brian Michael Bendis & John Waltrip. 48p. v Lilith.

Lilith. Antarctic Press.

___ no. 1 (Sep. 1996.) By Barry Lyga & Jeff Henderson. 29p. v Lilith.

___ no. 2.

___ no. 3.

Limited Collectors' Edition. DC. Large format.

** no. C-31 (Nov. 1974.) “A Concept for Superman's Future” by Anon & Neal Adams. 4p. v. Parasite.

Lion and Thunder. IPC Magazines [U.K.] anth. mag.

** (May 29, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p. v vampire bats.

** (Apr. 10, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (May 22, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (June 5, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (June 12, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (July 10, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Aug. 7, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Aug. 14, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Sep. 11, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Sep. 18, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Oct. 2, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Oct. 9, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Oct. 23, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Oct. 30, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Dec. 18, 1971.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Jan. 1, 1972.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Jan. 8, 1972.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Jan. 15, 1972.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Jan. 22, 1972.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Jan. 29, 1972.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Feb. 5, 1972.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Feb. 12, 1972.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Feb. 19, 1972.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Feb. 26, 1972.) a. “Black Max.” 3p. b. “The Spellbinder.” 3p. v Count Grimm.

** (Mar. 4, 1972.) a. “Black Max.” 3p. b. “The Spellbinder.” 3p. v Count Grimm.

** (Mar. 18, 1972.) a. “Black Max.” 3p. b. “The Spellbinder.” 3p. v Count Grimm.

** (Mar. 25, 1972.) a. “Black Max.” 3p. b. “The Spellbinder.” 3p. v Count Grimm.

** (Apr. 8, 1972.) a. “Black Max.” 3p. b. “The Spellbinder.” 3p. v Count Grimm.

** (Apr. 15, 1972.) “Black Max.” 3p.

** (Apr. 29, 1972.) a. “Black Max.” 3p. b. “The Spellbinder.” 3p. v Count Grimm.

** (May 20, 1972.) a. “Black Max.” 3p. b. “The Spellbinder.” 3p. v Count Grimm.

** (June 17, 1972.) a. “Black Max.” 3p. b. “The Spellbinder.” 3p. v Count Grimm.

** (July 1, 1972.) a. “Black Max.” 3p. b. “The Spellbinder.” 3p. v Count Grimm.

Lionheart. Awesome.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1999.) By Ian Churchill. 22p. v Coven. Cover: Ian Churchill.

** no. 2a Alternate cover: Art Adams.

Little Archie. Archie.

** no. 56 (Nov. 1969.) “Life of the Party.“ 5p. v Girl dressed as a vampire for a “Monster Party.”

** no. 69 (Jan. 1972.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 104 (Mar. 1976.) “Mystery of the Secret Panel” 8p. v Unnamed.

** no. 125 (Dec. 1977.) “A Hit for Halloween.” 6p. v Mr. Weatherbee (as Count Dracula.)

** no. 131 (June 1978.) “School for Magic.” 5p. v Unnamed.

** no. 145 (Aug. 1979.) “A Real Nice Cookie.” 5p. v Ludwig (portrait.)

Little Dracula. Harvey Comics. Satire.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1992.) Series by Michael Gallagher & Dave Manak. 22p. v Little Dracula.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1992.) 22p.

** no. 3 (May 1992.) 22p.

Note: Based upon the character created by Martin Waddell.

Little Gloomy. SLG Publishing.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1999.) Part 1. “It Was A Dark and Stormy Night” by Landry Walker & Eric Jones. 24p. v vampire bats (cameo.)

Little Gloomy’s Halloween Special. Sig. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (Oct. 2000.) “Little Gloomy” by Landry Walker & Eric Jones. 9p. v Unnamed.

Little Monsters. Gold Key.

** no. 1 (1964.) “The Terrible Take-Over.” 6p. v Orvie and Annie dressed up as vampire bats.

** no. 1a Canadian edition (price indicated as 15 cents rather than 12 cents.)

** no. 6 (Oct. 1966.) “Orvie and the Beanstalk.” 7p. v Count Dragula (rpt. in #18.)

** no. 8 (Feb. 1967.) “The Haunted Ship.” 7p. v Count Dankenstein (rpt. in #20.)

** no. 18 (Sep. 1972.) “Orvie and the Beanstalk.” 7p. v Count Dragula (#6.)

** no. 20 (1965.) “The Haunted Ship.” 7p. v Count Dankenstein (#8.)

** no. 25 (June 1974.) “The Baby-Sitter.” 5p. v Unnamed (portrait.) Vampire bat on cover.

** no. 38 (Feb. 1977.) Vampire bat on cover. No vampire content.

** no. 42 (Oct. 1977.) “A Bat Night.” 7p. v pseudo-vampire bat.

Little Monsters. Whitman. rpt.

___ no. 18 (Sep. 1972.) “Orvie and the Beanstalk.” 7p. v Count Dragula (#6.)

** no. 25 (June 1974.) “The Baby-Sitter.” 5p. v Unnamed (portrait.) Vampire bat on cover.

** no. 42 (Oct. 1977.) “A Bat Night.” 7p. v pseudo-vampire bat.

Little Shop of Horrors. DC. Movie tie-in.

** no. 1 (1987.) By Michael Fleisher, Gene Colan & Dave Hunt. 64p. v Audrey Two, a blood-sucking plant.

** no. 1a Canadian edition (price indicated as $ 2.85; it is $ 2.00 in the U.S. edition.)

Adaptation of Little Shop of Horrors. Warner Brothers, 1987. Dir.: Frank Oz.

Look In [occasionally spelled Look-In.] TV Times [U.K.] mag.

 Look In, the juvenile version of the popular TV Guide was published for some twenty years up to 1992. From September 1988 to April 1990 it featured regularly a two-page strip of Count Duckula. Artwork by Arthur Ranson was popular among the many fans of the Count Duckula TV series. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 23 (May 30, 1981.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 39 (Sep. 24,1988.) “Watch Out Duckula, It’s Doctor Von Goosewing and His Demon Destroyer…!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 43 (Oct. 22, 1988.) “Och Aye the Noo! Duckula Visits Scotland…” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 49 (Dec. 3, 1988.) “Duckula Has to Give the American Tourists Their Money’s Worth…” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 51 (Dec. 17, 1988.) “Nanny’s Doing the Cleaning: With Chaotic Results…!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

**no. 2 (Jan. 7, 1989.) “Whatever You Do, Don’t Mention That Word… Blood!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 3 (Jan. 14, 1989.) “Duckula’s Castle Can’t Travel Through Time… Can It?” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 4 (Jan. 21, 1989.) “Beware of Nanny’s Porridge….!”. 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 5 (Jan. 28, 1989.) “Duckula’s Cousin is Getting on Everyone’s Nerves!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 9 (Feb. 25, 1989.) “Count Duckula’s A Pretty Groovy Kind of Duck…” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 10 (Mar. 4, 1989.) “Remember Last Week’s Preparations for the Pop Concert..?” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 11 (Mar. 11, 1989.) “Castle Duckula’s All at Sea…” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 14 (Apr. 1, 1989.) “Duckula Finally Gets His Chance to be a Star…” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 29 (July 15, 1989.) “Remember Duckula’s Attempts at Cooking…?” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 30 (July 22, 1989.) “Duckula’s Seeing Stars…” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 38 (Sep. 16, 1989.) “Duckula is Having Trouble with the Lodgers…!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

**no. 43 (Oct. 21, 1989.) “Duckula Meets a Ghostly Relative…!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 47 (Nov. 18, 1989.) “Duckula Tries His Hand at a Spot of DIY…!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 48 (Nov. 25, 1989.) “Duckula’s in Deep Waters…!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 49 (Dec. 2, 1989.) “Nanny Falls in Love… in the Middle of the Sahara Desert!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1990.) “Who’s Making All the Noise at Castle Duckula?” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 2 (Jan. 13, 1990.) “Nanny Wants to Be a Pop Star.” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 3 (Jan. 20, 1990.) “Can Duckula Save the Day..?” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 4 (Jan. 27, 1990.) “Has Duckula Turned to Torture..?” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 5 (Feb. 3, 1990.) “What Is Duckula Doing with that Trycicle?” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 6 (Feb. 10, 1990.) “It’s the Day of the Big Trycicle Jump.” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 7 (Feb. 17, 1990.) “A New Adventure Begins for Duckula…” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 8 (Feb. 24, 1990.) “Will Duckula Take the Bite…?” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 9 (Mar. 3, 1990.) “Has Duckula Become a Real Vampire…?” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 10 (Mar. 10, 1990.) “Nanny Wants to Go Christmas Shopping..!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 11 (Mar. 17, 1990.) “Where is the West Wing…?” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1990.) “Call for the R.T.T.C.C.” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 13 (Mar. 31, 1990.) “Duckula’s Gone Cereal-Mad…!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 14 (Apr. 7, 1990.) “Duckula’s Lost in Chicago…!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

___ no. 16 (Apr. 24, 1993.) “Scooby-Doo.” v Dracula.

** no. 36 (Sep. 2, 1989.) “You Shouldn’t Hide in Dustbins, as Duckula Will Find out!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

** no. 40 (Sep. 30, 1989.) “Duckula’s Seeing Boy Scouts…!” 2p. v Count Duckula.

Look In Television Annual. TV Times [U.K.] hc.

** (1990.) Duckula on cover. No vampire comic content, although both Duckula and The Munsters are mentioned in TV review articles.

Looney Tunes Magazine. DC Comics. TV Tie-in. Mag.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1990.) “Witch Hazel’s Spooky Sound Secrets” by Rob Dinsmoor & Dan Haskett and Bob Pasquale. 2p. v pseudo-vampire (in Halloween dress.)

Lorelei. Starwarp Concepts. b&w.

___ Ashcan (1991.) a. “Architects of Fear” by Steve Roman. 10p. v Lorelei. b. “Lorelei” by Steve Roman & Tom Sutton. 8p. v Lorelei.

** no. 0 (1991.) Ashcan format. “Saturday in the Park” by Steve Roman. 8p. v Lorelei (a succubus.)

** no. 1 (Fall 1993.) “Big Time” by Steven Roman & David C. Matthews. 20p. v Arioch, Solange [rpt. in Lorelei (Power! Comics) #1 (1996;) Lorelei vol. 2, no. 1 (2002.)] Cover: Louis Small, Jr.

** no. 2 (Win. 1993.) “Wrong Place, Wrong Time” by Steven Roman & David C. Matthews. 20p. [rpt. in Lorelei vol. 2 , no. 2 (2003.)]

** no. 3 (Spr. 1994.) “Under the Red Sky.” 20p.

** no. 4 (Fall 1994.) “A Day in the Life.” 20p.

** no. 5 (Fall 1994.) “Come as You Are.” 20p.

** Ashcan no. 6 (1996.) Silver edition. “Momma Told Me Not to Come.” 20p. Cover: Uriel Caton.

** Ashcan no. 6a. Gold edition.

Lorelei. Power! Comics. b&w. rpt.

** no. 1 (June 1996.) Gold Foil Limited edition. “Big Time” by Steven Roman & David C. Matthews. 20p. v Arioch, Solange [Lorelei (Starwarp) #1 (1993.)] Cover: Louis Small, Jr.

Lorelei Returns Special. Power Comics.

** no. 1 (1996.) By Steven Roman & David C. Matthews. 32p. v Arioch, Solange. Cover: David C. Matthews.

Lortnoc. Radio Comix.

** no. 2 (Jan. 2000.) Untitled story by David Sainz. 17p. v vampire bat girl.

Losing Control With Broom Hilda [Broom Hilda Book #6.] Grosset & Dunlap. b&w. Mass market tpb.

** (1976.) Reprints daily strips by Russel Myers from 1975. A vampire, Marshall, appears as a recurring character.

  The Lost. Caliber Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (1996.) “Come Away, Come Away!” by Marc Andreyko & Galen Shoman and Jay Geldhof. 28p. v Peter et al. [rpt. in The Lost (Chaos! Comics) #1 (1997.)]

** no. 2 (1996.) “The Island Come True.” 28p. [rpt. in The Lost (Chaos! Comics) #2 (1998.)]

The Lost. Chaos! Comics. b&w. rpt.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1997.) “Come Away, Come Away!” by Marc Andreyko & Galen Shoman and Jay Geldhof. 28p. v Peter et al. [The Lost (Caliber Comics) #1 (1996.)]

** no. 2 (Jan. 1998.) “The Island Come True.” 28p. [The Lost (Caliber Comics) #2 (1996.)]

** no. 3 (Feb. 1998.) “Children Are Taken.” 28p.

Love at First Bite. Fotonovel. Movie tie-in. Mass market tpb.

** (1979.) 168p. Fumette.

Love Bites. Eros Comix. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (1991.) “Taste the Rod of Dracula” by Stephen Sullivan & Neil Vokes. 18p.

** no. 2 (July 1991.) “If I Had a Hammer.” 18p. v Dracula’s wives.

Love Eternal: A Tortured Soul. Vlad Ent. b&w.

** n. 1 (1997.) Story by Kathy Duggan. 17p. v Kira, Alex. Limited to 5,000 copies, signed by Kathy Duggan.

Discontinued after #1.

Love in Tights. SLG Publishing. b&w. anth.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1999.) “Nan One One in: Nan theVampire Slayer or Vampire Hunter ‘N’” by Lea Hernandez. 2p. (actually a comic within a comic: two characters in “Silky Warrior Tansie” by Lea Hernandez, 8+2p., sit down and read the two-page vampire story.) v Dracul.

Love Journal. OUR/Toytown. Pre-code romance anth.

** no. ? (195?.) “Love Vampire!” 10p. v Lorry (a “love vampire” in the sense of draining emotions without giving anything; a “psychic vampire” in the metaphorical sense later made popular by pop psychology.)

Lovecraft. Adventure. Horror anth.

** no. 3 (Apr. 1992.) “The Tomb” by Steve Jones & Cariello. 24p. v Jervis.

Lovely As a Lie. Illustration Studio.

** no. 1 (1994.) Vampire cover by Steve Woron. No vampire content.

Lovely Prudence. Modern.

** vol. 2, no. 1 (1997.) “Lovely Prudence in: Dark Eye Shadows” by Scott Russell. 23p. v Barnabutt Skullins (satire of Barnabas Collins.)

Love-0-Rama 2000. McMann & Tate Comics. b&w. tpb. anth.

** no. 1 (2000.) “Vampire Girls Need Love Too” by Dan Parent & Kim DeMulder. 13p. v Nurse Rhonda, Mr. Rothchild.

Lunatic Binge. Triad. b&w.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1988.) “Soul Sacrifice” by Stewart Meyer. 4p. v Unnamed psychic vampire. Cover: Jack David.

Lunatickle. Whitestone Publications. b&w. anth. Satire. mag.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1956.) “The Fight Game.” 10p. v Unnamed.

Lurid Tales. Eros. b&w. anth. Adult.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1992.) “Space Slaver” by F. Lind & David Karbolik. 7p. v Unnamed. Cover: Bill Pearson.

Luxura & Baby Angel X. Brainstorm Comics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1996.) By Kirk Lindo and Scott Harrison & Dan Membiela. 21p. v Luxura. Cover: Mark Kuettner, Karl Waller, Adam Braun, & Scott Harrison.

** no. 1a Luxury edition. Cover: Mark Kuettner, Karl Waller, Adam Braun & Scott Harrison.

** no. 1b Deluxe edition. Cover: Mark Kuettner, Karl Waller, Adam Braun & Scott Harrison.

** no. 2 (Dec. 1996.) 21p. Cover: Mark Kuettner, Karl Waller, Eman Torre & Scott Harrison.

___ no. 2a Luxury edition. Cover: Mark Kuettner, Karl Waller, Eman Torre & Scott Harrison.

** no. 2b Nude edition. Cover: Mark Kuettner, Karl Waller, Eman Torre & Scott Harrison.

Luxura & Vampfire. Brainstorm Comics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1997.) “Blood Bound” by Holly Golightly. 20p. v Luxura, Bethany et al. Cover: Fauve and Roy Young.

___ no. 1a Nude edition. Cover: Fauve and Roy Young.

Luxura/Double Impact. Brainstorm. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (1998.) By Ricky E. Carralero & Kirk Lindo. 19p. v Luxura et. Al.

___ no. 1a Platinum edition.

___ no. 1b Nude edition.

Luxura and Widow. Brainstorm Comics. Adult.

** no. 1 Alpha edition. See: Widow/Luxura: Bloodlust Alpha.

___ no. 1a Omega. (1996.) “Bloodlust” by Kirk Lindo and Dan Membiela & David Brewer. 24p. v Luxura, Vanthor. Cover: Karl Waller, David Brewer, Adam Dekraker & Scott Harrison.

** no. 1b. Omega Fusion edition.

** no. 1c. Omega Luxury edition.

Luxura Collection. Brainstorm Comics. b&w. rpt. Adult.

** no. 1 (1995.) “Deadly Desire” by Kirk Lindo. 8p. v Luxura [Vamperotica #1 (1994.)] b. “Something Wicked” by Kirk Lindo. 8p. v Luxura, Vanthor [Vamperotica #2 (1994.)] c. “Wages of Sin” by Kirk Lindo. 10p. v Luxura, Blood Hunter [Vamperotica #3 (1994.)] d. “The Blood Is the Life” by Kirk Lindo. 8p. v Luxura, Blood Hunter [Vamperotica #4 (1995.)] Art portfolio with trading cards. Cover: Kirk Lindo.

** no. 1a Platinum edition. Cover: Kirk Lindo.

** no. 1b Gold edition. Cover: Kirk Lindo.

** no. 1c Red Foil. Cover: Kirk Lindo.

Luxura Convention Book. Brainstorm Comics. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (1995.) Heroes Convention Special edition. 15p. Cover: Kirk Lindo.

** no. 2 (1996.) “Deadly Desire” by Kirk Lindo. 17p. v Luxura, Blood Hunter [Vamperotica #1 (1994.)] Cover: Kirk Lindo.

** no. 2a Nude edition.

** no. 3 (1997.) Art portfolio. Cover: Kirk Lindo.

___ no. 3a Nude cover edition. Cover: Paul Abrams.

Luxura Leather Special. Brainstorm Comics. Adult.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1996.) Art portfolio. 29p. Cover: Kirk Lindo, Adam Dekraker & Scott Harrison.

** no. 1a. Platinum edition.

Lydia Lunch: Bloodsucker. See: Bloodsucker.

M

M. Eclipse Books.

** no. 1 (1990.) Series by John Muth. 42p. v Peter Kürten.

** no. 2 (1990.) 42p.

** no. 3 (1990.) 42p.

** no. 4 (1992.) 44p.

Notes: A four-part mini-series based on the 1931 movie by Fritz Lang concerning the vampiric serial killer, Peter Kürten.

Macabre. Lighthouse Publications. b&w.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1990.) “Rusulka” by John Rigitano & Doug Groves and Angelo Decicco. 21p. v various.

Macabre Stories. John Spencer & Co., Ltd. [U.K.] b&w. anth.

___ no. 2 (n.d.) “Resting Place.” v Unnamed.

Mad. EC. anth. b&w. mag. Issues #3 and #8 are pre-code.

** no. 3 (Feb./Mar. 1953.) “V-Vampires” by Harvey Kurtzman & Jack Davis. 6p. Cover: Harvey Kurtzman [rpt. in Three Dimensional EC Classics #1 (1954;) Mad Super Special #32 (1980;) The Complete First Six Issues of Mad (n.d., © 1985;) Tales Calculated to Drive You Mad #1 (1997;) The Mad Archives vol. 1 (2002.)]

** no. 8 (Dec. 1953/Jan. 1954.) “Bat Boy and Rubin!” by Harvey Kurtzman & Wallace Wood. 7p. v “Vampire Bat Boy” [Batman spoof; rpt. in Inside Mad (1955;) Mad Super Special # 12 (1993,) 71 (1990;) Mad About the Fifties (1997;) Tales Calculated to Drive You Mad #3 (1998;) Mad About Super Heroes (2002.)]

** no. 49 (Sep. 1959.) “The MAD Horror Primer” by Larry Siegel & Wallace Wood. 4p. v various Unnamed [rpt. in Mad About the Fifties (1997.)]

 ** no. 68 (Jan. 1962.) “Midnight Roulette” by Gary Belkin & Jack Rickard. 4p. v Dracula (cameo.)

** no. 85 (Mar. 1964.) “Mannie Get Your Ghoul” by Frank Jacobs & Jack Rickard. 8p. v Dracula.

** no. 85a. Canadian edition. Price 30 cents rather than 20 cents.

** no. 138 (Oct. 1970.) “M*I*S*H M*O*S*H” by Arnie Kogen & Angelo Torres. 5p. v Dracula (cameo) [rpt. in Mad Super Special #99 (1994.)]

** no. 139 (Dec. 1970.) “The Vampire” by Sergio Aragones. 1p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Mad Super Special #14 (1974,) and #43 (1983;) Mad About the Seventies: The Best of the Decade (1996.)]

** no. 156 (Jan. 1973.) “Spy vs Spy.” 1p. v vampire bat [rpt. in Mad Super Special #21 (1976,) #26 (1978.)]

** no. 192 (July 1977.) “When ‘Truth-Advertising’ Laws Apply to Movie Ads” by Tom Koch & Bob Clark. 3p. v various [rpt. in Mad Super Special #106 (1995.)]

** no. 199 (June 1978.) “A Mad Look at… Some Legendary Commodes” by Paul Peter Porger & Paul Coker, Jr. 3p. v Dracula (only “Dracula’s Commode” is depicted) [rpt. in Mad Super Special #45 (1983;) Forbidden Mad (1984.)]

** no. 202 (Oct. 1978.) “Comma-Toast” by Mort Drucker & Larry Siegel. 6p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

** no. 202a. Canadian edition. Price 75 cents rather than 60 cents.

** no. 203 (Dec. 1978.) a. “Athlete Street” 2p. v The Count (satire of Sesame Street) [rpt. in Mad Zaps the Human Race and Other Horrors (1984;) Mad Super Special #51 (1985.)] b. “Medical Street.” 2p. v The Count.

** no. 203a. Canadian edition. Price 75 cents rather than 60 cents.

** no. 206 (Apr. 1979.) “The Eyes of Lurid Mess” by Larry Siegel & Angelo Torres. 6p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

** no. 206a. Canadian edition. Price 75 cents rather than 60 cents.

** no. 213 (Mar. 1980.) “Don Martin Looks at… Dracula” by Don Martin. 3p. v Dracula [rpt. in Mad Super Special #57 (1986;) Mad Duds (1987.)]

** no. 214 (Apr. 1980.) “Mad’s ‘ Necromania Agent’ of the Year” by Lou Silverstone & Harry North. 3p. v Mr. Ghoul [rpt. in Mad Super Special # 104 (1995.)]

** no. 221 (Mar. 1981.) “The Shiner” by Larry Siegel & Angelo Torres. 7p. v Dracula (cameo) [rpt. in Mad Super Special #56 (1986;) Mad Blasts (1988.)]

** no. 233 (Sep. 1982.) “The Second Edition of the Mad Overrated Underrated Book” by Frank Jacobs. 3p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Mad Super Special #61 (1987.)]

** no. 277 (Mar. 1988.) “The Ten All-Time Greatest Legendary Practical Jokes” by Paul Peter Porges. 1p. v Dracula [rpt. in Mad Super Special # 102 (1988.)]

** no. 314 (Oct. 1992.) “Mad Presents Selected Scenes from the Transylvania Mall” by Duck Edwing & Jack Davis. 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 319 (June 1993.) “Drekula” by Dick Debatolo & Nort Drucker. 4p. Satire. Cover: Richard Williams [rpt. in Mad XL #4 (2000.)]

** no. 320 (July 1993.) “A Kid’s Guide to Things That Go Bump in the Night” by Paul Peter Porges. 3p. v Unnamed.

** no. 322 (Oct. 1993.) “Mad Salutes Some Legendary Moms and Dads” by Duck Edwing & Jack Davis. 3p. v Unnamed vampire family.

** no. 328 (June 1994.) “Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions: Special Killers & Victims Episodes” by Al Jaffee. 3p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

** no. 335 (May 1995.) “Intravenous with the Vampire” by Stan Hart & Mort Drucker. 5p. v Le Fotostat [rpt. in Mad about the Movies (1998;) rpt. Mad XL #4 (2000.)] Cover: Mark Fredrickson.

** no. 340 (Dec. 1995?) “When Sesame Street Caves In to the Radical Right” by Sam Viviano & Frank Jacobs. 4p. v The Count (parody of Sesame Street.)

** no. 344 (Apr. 1996.) “The Alfie Awards: Mad Salutes the Movies” by Stan Hart & Mort Drucker. 5p. v Eddie Murphy as vampire.

** no. 363 (Nov. 1997.) “6 Degrees of Separation between Anyone and Anything” by Mike Snider & Rick Tulka. 2p. v Dracula (cameo) [rpt. in Mad XL #19 (2003.)]

** no. 367 (Mar. 1998.) “Busty the Vampire Spayer” by Dick Debartolo & Angelo Torres. 4p. Buffy satire [rpt. in Mad XL #19 (2003.)]

** no. 396 (Aug. 2000.) “Angle” by Angelo Torres & Dick Debartolo. 5p. v Angle. Angel satire.

Mad. Top Sellers [U.K.] anth. b&w. mag. rpt. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 83 (n.d.) “A Mad Look at Movie Monsters” by Sergio Aragones. 4p. v Unnamed [Mad Special #7 (1972.)]

Mad. Suron Intl. [U.K.] anth. b&w. mag. rpt. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 228 (Apr. 1981.) “The Shiner” by Larry Siegel & Angelo Torres. 7p. v Dracula (cameo) [Mad (E.C.) #221 (1981.)]

Mad About the Fifties. Quality Paperback Book Club. tpb. Satire. anth. rpt.

** (1997) a. “Bat Boy and Rubin!” by Harvey Kurtzman & Wallace Wood. 7p. v “Vampire Bat Boy” [Batman spoof; Mad #8 (1953-54.)] b. “The MAD Horror Primer” by Larry Siegel & Wallace Wood. 4p. v various Unnamed [Mad #49 (1959.)]

Mad About the Movies. Mad-DC. tpb. b&w. Satire. anth. Large format.

** no. 1 (1998.) “Intravenous with the Vampire” by Stan Hart & Mort Drucker. 5p. v Le Fotostat [Mad #335 (1995.)]

Mad About the Seventies: The Best of the Decade. Little, Brown and Company. tpb. Satire. anth.

** (1996.) “The Vampire” by Sergio Aragones. 1p. v Unnamed [Mad #139 (1970.)]

Mad About the Sixties: The Best of the Decade. Little, Brown and Company. tpb. Satire. anth.

** (1995.) “Horror Movie Scenes We’d Like to See” by Don Edwing & Jack Davis. 2p. v Unnamed.

Mad About TV. tpb. Edited by Nick Meglin & John Ficarra. New York: MAD Books, 1999.

** (1999.) “When Sesame Street Caves In to the Radical Right” by Sam Viviano & Frank Jacobs. 4p. v The Count (parody of Sesame Street.) [Mad #340 (1996.)]

Mad as a Hatter. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (Jan. 1981.) “Grand Costume Ball” by Sergio Aragonés. 3p. v Unnamed.

Mad Batman Spectacular. E.C. b&w. Satire.

** (July 1997.) “Bat Boy and Rubin!” 7p. v “Vampire Bat Boy” [Batman spoof: Mad #8 (1953-1954.)]

Mad Blasts. Warner Books. b&w. rpt. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (Oct. 1988.) “The Shiner” by Larry Siegel & Angelo Torres. 20p. v Dracula (cameo) [Mad #221 (1981.)]

The Mad Book of Horror Stories, Yecchy Creatures, and Other Stuff. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass marker tpb.

** (1986.) “A Mad Look at Dracula” by Louis Silverstone & Harry North. 8p.

Mad Brain Ticklers, Puzzlers, and Lousy Jokes. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (July 1986.) “Lousy Joke Number Six: Dracula Strikes (Or, ‘Another Bloody Mess’)” by Al Jaffee. 6p. v Dracula.

Mad Duds. Warner Books. b&w. rpt. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (June 1987.) “Don Martin Looks at… Dracula” by Don Martin. 10p. v Dracula [Mad #213 (1980.)]

Mad House. Red Circle. anth.

** no. 95 (Sep. 1974.) a. “The Happy Dead.” 6p. v Linda. b. “The Terrible Trident” by Don Glut & Vicente Alcazar. 6p. v Lilith. Cover: Gray Morrow.

** no. 97 (Jan. 1975.) “The Vampire Hunter” by Melvin Channing. 6p. v Prince Volgia. Cover: Gray Morrow.

Mad House Annual. Radio Comics.

** no. 8 (1970/71.) “The Mad Ad Monster.” 12p. v Count Dracula.

Mad House Comics. Archie Enterprises. Satire anth.

** no. 98 (Aug. 1975.) “Mad House Follies.” 2p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

** no. 100 (Nov. 1975.) “The Garage Sale.” Satire. v Dracula cameo.

** no. 101 (Feb. 1976.) “You Know You’re a Monster If. . . “ 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 103 (Aug. 1976.) “Monsters in the News.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 104 (Sep. 1976.) “You Know You’re a Monster If. . . “ 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 105 (Nov. 1976.) “Transylvanian Travesty.” 5p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 108 (Aug. 1977.) “You Know You’re a Witch . . .” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 109 (Sep. 1977.) Count Dracula on cover.

** no. 110 (1977.) “Transylvanian Triumph.” 1p. v Unnamed [rpt. in #120.]

** no. 111 (Feb. 1978.) a. “The Curse of King Tut’s Tomb.” 6p. v Count Drago. b. “Traffic Signs in Transylvania.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 113 (Aug. 1978.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 115 (Feb. 1979.) “Mad House Visits Monster Manor.” 2p. v Count Dracula.

__ no. 116 (May 1979.) Vampire cover. No vampire content.

** no. 118 (Oct. 1979.) “Fangs for the Memory.” 6p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 119 (Feb. 1980.) “Fang Harangue.” 6p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 120 (1980.) “Transylvanian Triumph.” 1p. v Unnamed [#110.]

** no. 121 (Aug. 1980.) “Fangs for the memory.” 3p. v the Count.

** no. 126 (Oct. 1981.) “Castle Hassle.” 5p. v Count Dracko.

The Mad House Glads. Archie Enterprises. anth.

** no. 85 (Sep. 1972.) “Strangely Enough.” 14p. v Count Augustus.

Mad Lobsters and Other Abominable Housebroken Creatures. Warner Books. b&w. Mass market tpb.

** (Nov. 1986.) a. “Abominable Pets of Legends” by Paul Peter Porges. 13p. v Hemo, Dracula’s pet bat. b. “Parting Shots” by Paul Peter Porges. 7p. v The Lobster Vampire Protector.

A Mad Look at the Future. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (May 1978.) “Future ‘Comedy’/’Horror’ Movies: ‘Young Dracula’ (or ‘Blazing Blood’)” by Lou Silverstone & Jack Rickard. 27p. v Dracula.

Mad Marginals From various Places Around the Magazine. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (Dec. 1980.) 184p. Portfolio by Sergio Aragonés. v Unnamed vampire family.

** 2nd edition (Sep. 1988.) Price indicated as $ 2.95 rather than $ 1.75.

Mad Monster Party. Dell. Satire. Movie tie-in.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1967.) By Michael Swanigan & Kurt Vanwormer. 20p. v Dracula [rpt. in Mad Monster Party (Black Bear Press) #1 (1999.)]

Note. a. Adaptation of the animated feature Mad Monster Party 1968. Dir: Jules Bass. b. Four issues were projected but, apparently not published.

Mad Monster Party. Black Bear Press. b&w. rpt.

** no. 1 (1999.) By Michael Swanigan & Kurt Vanwormer. 20p. v Dracula [Mad Monster Party (Dell) #1 (1967.)]

Mad Overboard. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (Feb. 1978.) “New Movie Monsters from the Medical World” by E. Nelson Bridwell & Jack Rickard. 6p. v Unnamed.

** 2nd edition (Apr. 1983.) Price indicated as $ 2.50 rather than $ 1.25.

Mad Pet Book. Warner Books. b&w. Mass market tpb.

** (July 1983.) By Paul Coker, Jr. 199p. v Unnamed, vampire bats (cameos.)

** 2nd edition (June 1989.) Title in blue and green rather than red. Price indicated as $ 3.50 rather than $ 1.95.

Mad Special / Mad Super Special. E.C. Publications. b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

** (Fall 1970.) “When Computer Math-Making Takes Over Completely” by Tom Koch & George Woodbridge. 3p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

** no. 7 (1972.) “A Mad Look at Movie Monsters” by Sergio Aragones. 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 12 (1973.) “If Characters in the Movies Talked Like Don Rickles…” by Earle Doud & Angelo Torres. 1p. v Count Dracula. Includes color comic insert The Nostalgic Mad no. 8, which includes a color rpt. of “Bat Boy and Rubin!” 7p. v “Vampire Bat Boy” [Batman spoof] from Mad #8 (1953-54.)

** no. 14 (1974.) “The Vampire” by Sergio Aragones. 1p. v Unnamed [Mad #139 (1970.)]

** no. 21 (1976.) “Spy vs Spy.” 1p. v vampire bat [Mad #156 (1973.)]

** no. 26 (1978.) “Spy vs Spy.” 1p. v vampire bat [ Mad #156 (1973.)]

** no. 30 (Spr. 1980.) “A Mad Look at Movie Monsters” by Sergio Aragones. 4p. v Unnamed [#7 (1972.)]

** no. 32 (Fall 1980.) Includes color comic insert The Nostalgic Mad no. 8, which includes a color rpt. of “V-Vampires” by Harvey Kurtzman & Jack Davis. 6p. and of the Harvey Kurtzman cover (as the insert cover) from Mad #3 (1953.)

** no. 43 (Sum. 1983.) “The Vampire” by Sergio Aragones. 1p. v Unnamed [Mad #139 (1970.)]

** no. 45 (Win. 1983.) “A Mad Look at… Some Legendary Commodes” by Paul Peter Porges & Paul Coker, Jr. 3p. v Dracula (only “Dracula’s Commode” is depicted) [Mad #199 (1978.)]

** no. 51 (Sum. 1985.) “Athlete Street.” 2p. v The Count (satire of Sesame Street) [Mad #203 (1978.)]

** no. 53 (Win. 1985.) “Comma-Toast” by Mort Drucker & Larry Siegel. 6p. v Unnamed (cameo) [Mad #202 (1978.)]

** no. 56 (Fall 1986.) “The Shiner” by Larry Siegel & Angelo Torres. 7p. v Dracula (cameo) [Mad #221 (1981.)]

** no. 57 (Win. 1986.) “Don Martin Looks at… Dracula” by Don Martin. 3p. v Dracula [Mad #213 (1980.)]

** no. 61 (Win. 1987.) “The Second Edition of the Mad Overrated Underrated Book” by Frank Jacobs. 3p. v Unnamed [Mad #233 (1982.)]

** no. 71 (Sum. 1990.) “Bat Boy and Rubin!” 7p. v vampire Bat Boy [Mad #8 (1953-54.)]

** no. 99 (Early Fall 1994.) “M*I*S*H M*O*S*H” by Arnie Kogen & Angelo Torres. 5p. v Dracula (cameo) [Mad #138 (1970.)]

** no. 102 (Mar. 1995.) “The Ten All-Time Greatest Legendary Practical Jokes” by Paul Peter Porges. 2p. v Dracula Unnamed [Mad #277 (1988.)]

** no. 104 (June 1995.) “Mad’s ‘Necromania Agent’ of the Year” by Lou Silverstone & Harry North. 3p. v Mr. Ghoul [Mad #214 (1980.)]

** no. 106 (Aug. 1995.) “When ‘Truth-Advertising’ Laws Apply to Movie Ads” by Tom Koch & Bob Clark. 3p. v various [Mad #192 (1977.)]

Mad Sucks. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** no. 50. (Feb. 1979.) Vampire Cover. No vampire content. First printing. Price indicated at $1.50.

___ no. 50a Third printing. Price indicated at $1.75.

Mad Variations. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** no. 3 (May 1984.) “Bloodline” by Don Edwing. 2p. v Unnamed.

** 2nd edition (Mar. 1990.) Price indicated as $ 3.50 rather than $ 1.95.

Mad Volume I. Russ Cochran. rpt. hb. b&w.

** (1986.) Reprints issues #1-6 of Mad. “V-Vampires” by Harvey Kurtzman & Jack Davis. 6p. [Mad #3 (1953.)]

Note: Reprint of The Complete First Six Issues of Mad (1985) in a limited deluxe b&w edition.

The Mad Weirdo Watcher’s Guide. Warner Books. tpb. Small format.

** (1982.) By Tom Koch & Jack Rickard. Vampire cover and back cover: Jack Rickard. No vampire content.

Mad XL. EC Publications. b&w. Satire. mag

** no. 4 (July 2000.) a. “Intravenous with a Vampire” by Stan Hart & Mort Drucker. 5p. v Le Fotostat, satire of Lestat [Mad #335 (1995.)] b. “Drek-ula” by Dick Debartelo & Mort Drucker. 4p. v Drek-ula, satire of Bram Stoker’s Dracula [Mad #319 (1993.)]

Mad (Yecch!) Monstrosities. Warner Paperback Library. Mass market tpb.

** (Feb. 1974.) By Al Jaffee. 170p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

** Second Printing (Oct. 1974.) Price indicated as 95 cents rather than 75 cents.

** Second edition (Dec. 1979.) Price $ 1.50.

** Third edition (July 1990.) Price $ 3.95.

Mad Zaps the Human Race and Other Horrors. E.C. Publications. tpb.

** (1984.) “Athlete Street.” 2p. v The Count (satire of Sesame Street) [Mad #203 (1978.)]

 Mad’s Al Jaffee Freaks Out. Warner Books. Mass market tpb.

** (May 1982.) “A Freaky Dracula Story, or Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Night” by Al Jaffee. 2p. v Dracula.

Mad’s Sheer Torture. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Mass market tpb.

** (1988.) “Chicken in the Casket” by Don Edwing. 4p. v Unnamed.

Mad’s Spy vs Spy Follow-Up File. Signet. b&w. Mass market tpb.

** (Apr. 1968.) By Antonio Proihas. 184p. v vampire bat (cameo.)

** Fourth printing (n.d.) Price 75 cents rather than 60 cents.

Mad’s Spy vs Spy Follow-Up File. b&w. anth. Warner Books. Mass market tpb.

** (May 1975.) By Antonio Proihas. 184p. v vampire bat (cameo.)

** rpt. (n.d.) Price indicated as $ 1.50 rather than 95 cents.

** rpt. (n.d.) Price $ 1.75.

** rpt. (n.d.) Price $ 1.95.

Madame Xanadu. Murray [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (?) (n.d.) “Blood Red Tear” by Bill Kunkel and Roger McKenzie & Ric Estrada and Romeo Tanghal. 17p. v Victor Christianson et al [Doorway to Nightmare #3 (1978.)]

Madhouse Comics Digest. Radio Comics. Digest.

** no. 1 (1975/76.) a. “Monsters, Scare Your Fellow Monsters.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “A Vampire Meets a Vamp.” 3p. v Ludwig, Velma [rpt. in Laugh Digest Magazine # 197 (Dec. 2004.)]

** no. 2 (1976/77.) a. Part 1. “The Mad Ad Monster.” 6p. v Unnamed. b. Part 2. “The Mad Ad Monster.” 6p. v Count Dracula. c. “Openhouse for Monsters.” 5p. v Count Dracula.

** no. 4 (1978/79.) “A Frightful Dinner.” 2p. v Unnamed v Ludwig, Velma. b. “I Was a Monster School Dropout” 5p. v Unnamed.

** no. 8 (1982/83.) “Mad House Follies.” 2p. v Unnamed.

Madraven Summer Solstice Special. Bruce Hamilton Company. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (June 1996.) a. “Kletus Amungus” by Gary Gabner & Pat Boyette. 3p. v Mortulus. b. “Stake Out” by Gary Gabner & Gray Morrow. 20p. v The Count, Mortulus. Cover: Gray Morrow.

The Magdalena. Top Cow/Image.

** no. 1 (Apr. 2000.) By Marcia Chen & Joe Benitez. 22p. v various [rpt. b&w. in Top Cow Classics in Black and White #1 (2002, ) and in The Magdalena, vol. 1 (2007.)]

** no. 1a Variant cover: Marc Silvestri.

** no. 1b Variant cover: Mike Turner.

** no. 1c Fandom Exclusive edition. Cover: Joe Benitez.

** no. 1d 2000 Megacon Exclusive. Cover: Joe Benitez. Limited to 2000 copies.

** no. 1e Holochrome edition. Cover: Joe Benitez.

** no. 1f Museum edition. Limited to 25 copies. Cover: Joe Benitez.

** no. 2 (June 2000.) 22p. [rpt. in The Magdalena, vol. 1 (2007.)]

** no. 2a Holy Terror edition.

** no. 2b Ruby Red Holy Terror edition.

Continuing series: #3 published in 2001.

The Magdalena Angelus. Top Cow/Wizard.

** no. ½ (2000.) By Marcia Chen & Brian Ching. 16p. v various.

** no. ½a Gold edition.

** no. ½b Tower Records edition.

Note: rpt. Nov. 2001 with a new cover by Joe Benitez.

The Magdalena/Blood Legacy Preview Special. Top Cow/Image. b&w.

** no. 1 (2000.) a. “Blood Legacy” by Kerri Hawkins & Andy Park. 8p. b. “The Magdalena” by Marcia Chen & Joe Benitez. 8p.

** no. 1a Gold Convention edition.

Note: no. 1b (Jay Company Special edition) published in 2002.

Maggots. Bruce Hamilton Publishing. b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1991.) Reproduces cover and vampire bat pin-up from the original Grave Tales (Wonderful Publishing, 1974.)

** no. 3. (n.d.) Vampire cover: Gray Morrow.

The Man Called Nova. Marvel.

** no. 23 (Jan. 1978.) “From the Dregs of Defeat!” by Marv Wolfman & Carmine Infantino. 17p. v Dracula.

Man-Bat. DC. First series. rpt.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1975/Jan. 1976.) By Gerry Conway & Steve Ditko. 18p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 2 (Feb./Mar. 1976.) By Martin Pasko & Pablo Marcos. 18p.

Man-Bat. DC. Second series. rpt.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1984.) By Frank Robbins & Neal Adams. 47p. v Man-Bat [Detective Comics #400, 402 (1970,) 407 (1971.)]

Man-Bat. DC.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1996.) “Gotham Skies” by Chuck Dixon & Flint Henry. 24p. v Man-Bat.

** no. 2 (Mar. 1996.) “Dark of the Moon.” 24p.

** no. 3 (Apr. 1996.) “The Deadly Sky.” 24p.

Manga Horror. ACG. rpt. anth. b&w.

** no. 1 (1998.) “Bloody Mermaid” by San Ho Kim. 23p. v Unnamed [Ghostly Tales #91 (1972.)]

Manhunt! Print Mint. b&w. Satire anth. Adult.

** no. 1. (July 1973.) “I Loved a Vampire. . . and Lived” by Michelle Brand. v Unnamed.

Mantus Files. Eternity. b&w.

** no. 2 (1991.) “Burnt Offerings” by Sidney Williams & Thomas Giles. 24p. v various. Cover: Steve Butler.

The Many Ghosts of Dr. Graves. Charlton Comics. Horror anth.

** no. 44 (Jan. 1974.) “The Curse of the Vampire” by Joe Gill & Tony Williamson. 8p. v Count Rudolf, Trudi and others, Dracula (cameo.) Satire. Cover: Tom Sutton.

** no. 49 (Jan. 1975.) “The Hades Germ” by Nicola Cuti & Tom Sutton. 7p. v The London Vampire, Jack the Ripper [rpt. in Ghost Manor #67 (1983.)]

** no. 50 (Mar. 1975.) “The Devil’s Lies” by Joe Gill & Tom Sutton. 13p. v Lucinda Mainyard [rpt. in The Adventures of Dr. Graves #1 (1991.)]

** no. 54 (Dec. 1975.) “The Bridegroom.” 2p. Text.

** no. 59 (Oct. 1976.) a. “Evil Encounter.” Text. 2p. v Count Yorga. b. “The White Bat” by Wildman & Smith. 1p. v Marlowe, Susan.

** no. 64 (Mar. 1978.) “The Link.” 8p. v Pierre.

The Many Ghosts of Dr. Graves. Murray [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** ser. 3, no. 8 (n.d.) “Man’s Best Fiend” by Tom Tuna & Tom Sutton. 7p. v vampire bats [Creepy Things 4 (1976.)]

Marc Spector Moon Knight. Marvel.

** no. 42 (Sep. 1992.) “Multiverse Madness!” by Terry Kavanagh & Gary Kwapisz et al. 22p. v Moonshade. Cover: Gary Kwapisz & Tom Palmer.

Married… With Children: Bud Bundy, Fanboy in Paradise. Now Comics.

** no. 1 (July 1994.) Story by Todd S. Tuttle, Geoff White & Tom Richmond. 20p. v Vampirina (Vampirella model parody: cameo.)

Marvel Age. Marvel.

** no. 45 (Dec. 1986.) “Dracula: A Symphony in Moonlight and Madness” by Sholly Fisch. Text, illustrated by Jon J. Muth. 3p. v Dracula.

** no. 57 (Dec. 1987.) Preview of Blood: A Tale. Illustrated text by Bill Slavicsek. 4p.

** no. 68 (Nov. 1988.) “Elvira” by Sandy Hausler. 2p. v Dracula. w Elvira.

** no. 105 (Oct. 1991.) “The Tomb of Dracula” by Peter Sanderson. 7p. v Dracula.

** no. 115 (Aug. 1992.) “Midnight Sons” by Evan Skolnick. Text. 4p. v Morbius, Nightstalkers.

Marvel and DC Present the Uncanny X-Men and the New Teen Titans. Marvel.

___ no. 1 (1982.) "Apokolips Now" by Chris Claremont. Art by Walter Simonson. 64p. v. Brother Blood.

Marvel Bumper Comic. Marvel [U.K.] anth.

** no. 3 (Oct. 29, 1988.) “Duckula!” 1p. v Count Duckula.

Marvel Classics Comics Series Featuring Dracula. Marvel.

** no. 9 (1976.) “Dracula” by Nestor Redondo. v Dracula. An adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, 1897.

Note: Classic comics series, like Classics Illustrated, reproduced classic novels in comic book format. Classics Illustrated, which had published Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde did not do an edition of Dracula. This version is a color rpt. of the black and white version, originally published in 1973 in the Picture Classics series by Pendulum Press.

Marvel Collection. Marvel [U.K.] anth. rpt.

** no. 1 (1976.) a. “Demons in the Dark” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 9p. [Dracula Lives [Marvel (U.K.)] #50 (1975.)] b. “Night of the Blood Stalker!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 11p. [Tomb of Dracula #25 (1974.)]

** no. 2 (1975.) “The Halloween Holocaust!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 11p. c. Blade [Planet of the Apes and Dracula Lives #88 (1976.)]

Note: Marvel Collection gathered multiple copies of British Marvel comics into a large omnibus edition. No. 2 also includes issue #104 of Planet of the Apes and Dracula Lives in which Dracula appears only as a horror host introducing a non-vampire story.

Marvel Comic. Marvel [U.K.] anth. rpt. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 330 (Jan. 24, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

** no. 331 (Jan. 31, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

** no. 332 (Mar. 7, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 4p.

** no. 333 (Mar. 14, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

** no. 334 (Mar. 21, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

** no. 337 (Apr. 11, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 4p.

** no. 338 (Apr. 18, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

** no. 339 (Apr. 25, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

** no. 340 (May 2, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 4p.

** no. 341 (May 9, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 2p.

** no. 342 (May 16, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 4p.

** no. 343 (May 23, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 4p.

** no. 344 (May 30, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 4p.

** no. 345 (June 6, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

** no. 346 (June 13, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

** no. 347 (June 20, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 4p.

** no. 348 (June 27, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

** no. 349 (July 4, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

___ no. 350 (July 11, 1979.) “Dracula Lives!” 3p.

From its first issue, #330, Marvel Comic superseded The Mighty World of Marvel. Rather than reprinting stories from The Tomb of Dracula it summarized them by omitting subplots and other parts. Issue #330 started summarizing Tomb of Dracula 51 (Dec. 1976.) Issues #335 and 336 do not include the Dracula Lives! story.

Marvel Comics. Marvel. Tpb. Rpt.

** no. 1 (1992.) “Empire of Dust” by Mark Gruenwald & Greg Capullo. 22p. v The Soul-Eater [Quasar no. 35 (1992.)]

Marvel Comics Presents. Marvel. anth.

** no. 63 (1990.) “Norse Blood” by Len Kaminsky & Don Heck. 8p. v Lord Varnae. c: Thor. Cover: Bret Blevins.

** no. 64 (1990.) “Vampires” by Marcus McLaurin & Malcolm Davis. 8p. v Dracula. Cover: Mike Thomas & Klaus Johnson.

** no. 77 (1991.) Part 1 (of 3.) “Rumanian Rumble: Rude Awakening” by Doug Murray & Tom Lyle. 8p. v Dracula. c: Sgt. Fury. Cover: Barry Windsor Smith.

** no. 78 (1991.) Part 2. “Rumanian Rumble: Rude Awakening” 8p. Cover: Barry Windsor Smith.

** no. 79 (1991.) Part 3. “Rumanian Rumble: Rude Awakening” 8p. Cover: Barry Windsor Smith.

___ no. 123 (Mar. 1993.) Part 1. Adrenazon's Revenge. "There's a New Girl in Town" by Kelly Corvese & Dave Hoover. 8p. v. Nosferata (pseudo-vampire crime fighter.) c She-Hulk.

___ no. 124 (Mar. 1993.) Part 2. Adrenazon's Revenge. "Deadly Ringer" by Kelly Corvese & Dave Hoover. 8p. v. Nosferata (pseudo-vampire crime fighter.)

___ no. 125 (Apr. 1993.) Part 3. Adrenazon's Revenge. "It's not Easy Being Green" by Kelly Corvese & Dave Hoover. 8p. v. Nosferata (pseudo-vampire crime fighter.)

___ no. 126 (Apr. 1993.) Part 4. Adrenazon's Revenge. "To Thine Own Self Be True" by Kelly Corvese & Dave Hoover. 8p. v. Nosferata (pseudo-vampire crime fighter.)

** no. 133 (July 1993.) “Nocturnal Cravings” by Chuck Kim & Walter McDaniels. 8p. v Tessa. Cover: Colin MacNeil.

** no. 143 (Dec. 1993.) Siege of Darkness, part. 3. “Trechery” by Chris Cooper & Reggie Jones. 8p. v Lilith. Cover: Colin MacNeil.

** no. 144 (Dec. 1993.) a. Siege of Darkness, part 7. “Like Family, Like Enemy” by Greg Wright & M. C. Wyman. 8p. v Morbius. b. “Treachery Redeemed” by Chris Cooper & Reggie Jones. 8p. v Morbius, Lilith. Cover: Colin MacNeil.

** no. 145 (Jan. 1994.) a. Siege of Darkness, part 11. “Casualties of War” by Greg Wright & M. Wyman. 8p. v Morbius, Hannibal King. b. “Dust” by Steven Grant & Lawrence Brown. 8p. v Nightstalkers. c. “Speakeasy” by Chris Cooper & Reggie Jones. 8p. d. “White Letter” by Chris Cooper & Reggie Jones. 8p. Cover: Fred Hopper.

** no. 146. (Jan. 1995.) a. Siege of Darkness, part 14. “Ashes (II)” by Steven Grant & Lawrence Brown. 8p. v Nightstalkers. b. “Mask” by Chris Cooper & Reggie Jones. c. “Salome’s Dream” by David Quinn & Geoff Isherwood. 8p. v Lilith. d. “Temptation” by John Babcock & Darren Auck. 8p. Cover: Colin MacNeil.

Marvel Comics Presents Care Bears. Marvel. Pocket format.

** (1987.) “The Magic Paint” by Michael Gallagher & Howard Post. 12p. v Unnamed (painted in a “Monster Mural.”) Cover says “Star Comics Presents Care Bears.”

The Marvel Family. Fawcett. Pre-code.

** no. 4 (Sep. 1946.) “Sivana’s Vampire” by Otto Binder & C.C. Beck and Pete Constanza. 7p. v The Vampire of Krasno Castle. c. Captain Marvel.

** no. 71 (May 1952.) “The Mystery of Ghost Island” by Otto Binder & Kurt Schaffenberger (in 3 parts.) 8+7+5p. v Harry. c The Marvel Family. Vampire cover.

Marvel Fanfare. Marvel.

** no. 42 (Feb. 1989.) “Once More in the City of Light” by Dennis Mallonee & Bob Hall. 11p. v Dracula. c. Ms. Captain Marvel, Marie Laveau.

** no. 45 (Aug. 1989.) “Dracula” by Reinhold. Pinup. 1p.

Marvel Graphic Novel. See: Dracula: A Symphony in Moonlight and Nightmares.

Marvel Madhouse. Marvel Comics [U.K.] Satire anth.

** no. 1 (June 1981.) “Earth 33 1/3 The Motion Picture: And There Shall Come a Norm!” by Tim Quinn & Dick Howett. 3p. v radioactive vampire bats.

** no. 40 (Mar. 1982.) “King Konk ’68 ” by Marie Severin & Sam Rosen. 11p. v Dracula (cameo.)

The Marvel Masterpieces. Marvel.

** no. 1 (July 1994.) Art portfolio. 2p. v Morbius (Brian Stelfreeze,) Blade (Tom Palmer.)

Marvel Mystery Comics. Timely Comics/Marvel Comics Inc. Pre-code.

** no. 20 (June 1941.) “The Vampire Killer of Star City” by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon. 6p. v The Plant Man, a vegetable vampire. c. Vision.

** no. 30 (Apr. 1942.) “The House of Slaughter” by Anon. & Paul Gustavson. 6p. v Reisel. c. Angel.

** no. 35 (Sep. 1942.) “The Banquet of Blood” by Anon. & Al Fagaly. 10p. v Count Vicaro. c. Angel.

** no. 74 (July 1946.) “Sting of the Bat” by Anon. & Allen Simon. 12p. v Mona Welles aka The Bat. c. Namor, the Sub-Mariner.

Marvel Premiere. Marvel.

** no. 27 (Dec. 1975.) “Deathsong” by Chris Claremont & The Tribe. 17p. v Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)]

** no. 28 (Feb. 1976.) “There Is a Mountain on Sunset Boulevard” by Bill Mantlo & Frank Robbins. 19p. v Morbius.

Marvel Premiere Featuring Doctor Who. Marvel.

** no. 59 (Apr. 1981.) Part 1. “City of the Cursed” by John Wagner and Fred Mills & Dave Gibbons. 17p. v The Blood Bug.

** no. 60 (June 1981.) Part 2. “City of the Cursed.” 17p. v The Blood Bug.

Marvel Preview. Marvel. b&w. mag.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1975.) a. “The Night Josie Harper Died” by Chris Claremont, Tony DeZuniga & Rico Rival. 51p. v Blade, Safron Caulder, Lord Vierkan. b. “A Short Pictorial History of Blade” by Scott Edelman. 5p. Cover: Gray Morrow.

** no. 7 (Sum. 1976.) a. “The Damnation Waltz” by Chris Claremont & Vicente Alcazar. 15p. v Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)] b. “La Simphonie Diable – The Devil’s Symphony” by Chris Claremont & Vicente Alcazar. 16p. v Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)] Cover: Ken Barr.

** no. 8 (Fall 1976.) a. “Into the House of Terror” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 21p. v Blade. b. “The Madman of Mansion Slade” by Doug Moench & Sonny Trinidad. 17p. v Morbius. c. “Monster Unleashed—Again” by Ralph Macchio. 5p. Text. Cover: Ken Barr.

** no. 12 (Fall 1977.) a. “A Picture of Andrea” by Doug Moench & Sonny Trinidad. 20p. v Dracula. b. "Lilith, Daughter of Dracula" by Steve Gerber & George Perez & Pablo Marcos. 2p. v Lilith. c. “Profits Are Plunging” by Steve Gerber & Bob Brown. 16p. v Lilith, Daughter of Dracula. Cover: Earl Norem.

** no. 16 (Fall 1978.) “Death by Disco” by Steve Gerber, Gene Colan & Tony DeZuniga. 22p. v Lilith, Daughter of Dracula. Inside front cover: John Buscema.

Marvel Selects: Spider-Man. Mavel.

** no. 2 (Feb. 2000.) “A Monster Called Morbius” by Roy Thomas & Gil Kane. 20p. v Morbius [The Amazing Spider-Man #101 (1971.)]

** no. 3 (Mar. 2000.) “Vampire at Large.” 35p. v Morbius [The Amazing Spider-Man #102 (1971.)]

Marvel Shadows & Light. Marvel. b&w.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1996.) “Into the Tomb” by James Felder & Ladronn. 12p. v Dracula. c. Blade. Cover: Tony Daniel.

Marvel Spotlight. Marvel.

** no. 13 (Jan. 1974.) "When Satan Walked the Earth" by Gary Friedrich & Herb Trimpe. 20p. v. Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)]

** no. 22 (June 1975.) “Journey into Himself” by Steve Gerber & Sal Buscema. 18p. v Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)]

** no. 24 (Oct. 1975.) “Walk the Darkling Road!” by Chris Claremont & Sal Buscema. 18p. v Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)]

Marvel Super Adventure. Marvel [U.K.] Weekly. b&w. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** no. 20 (Sep. 16, 1981.) “The Killing of Brother Brimstone” by Roy Thomas & Gene Colan. 19p. v Brother Brimstone [Daredevil #65 (1970.)]

** no. 21 (Sep. 23, 1981.) “… And One Cried Murder!” by Roy Thomas & Gene Colan. 19p. v Brother Brimstone [Daredevil #66 (1970.)]

Marvel Super Special. Marvel. mag. Movie tie-in.

** no. 24 (Feb. 1982.) “The Dark Crystal” by David Anthony Kraft & Roy Bevins, based on the movie The Dark Crystal by Jim Henson (1982.) 48p. v Skeptis Scientists (energy-draining psychic vampires.)

Marvel Super-Heroes. Marvel.

** no. 76 (Nov. 1978.) "The Rhino Says No" by Roy Thomas & Herb Trimpe. 18p. v. Space Parasite. [The Incredible Hulk #124 (1970.)]

Marvel Superheroes and the Occult Winter Special. Marvel [U.K.] anth.

** (1980.) “How to Ward Off Vampires” by Tony Isabella & Ernie Chua. 1p. v various [Dracula Lives (Marvel U.S.) #9 (1974.)] b. “Vampires in Time and Space” by Tony Isabella & Pablo Marcos. 1p. v various [Vampire Tales (Marvel U.S.) #3 (1974.)]

Marvel Tales. Atlas. Formerly: Marvel Mystery Comics. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 100 (Apr. 1951.) “Vampire” by George Klein 4p. Cover says: “Cry: Vampire!” v Dina Dracko [rpt. in Tomb of Darkness #14 (1975.)]

** no. 107 (June 1952.) “The Thing in the Sewer.” 5p. v Unnamed.

** no. 108 (Aug. 1952.) “Horror in the Moonlight!” 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 109 (Oct. 1952.) “When the Vampire Strikes!” by Anon. & Syd Shores. 6p. v various. Cover says: “When the Vampire Strike.”

** no. 111 (Feb. 1953.) “Horror Under the Earth.” 6p. v The Cardiff Monster (vampire-like mine monster.)

** no. 113 (Apr. 1953.) “Terror’s Tale” by Stan Lee & R. H. 3p. v Kruzak and others [rpt. as “Bat’s Tale” in: Chamber Of Chills #23 (1976;) Curse of the Weird #2 (1994.)]

** no. 120 (Feb. 1954.) Vampire on cover. Vampire bats as hosts.

**   no. 123 (May 1954.) “The Vampire’s Victim.” 4p. v pseudovampire (a young boy with a vampire costume.)

** no. 127 (Oct. 1954.) “Vampires Also Die” by Anon. & Gene Colan. 5p. v various [rpt. in Spellbound #17 (n.d.;) Mystic #58 (n.d.)]

** no. 128 (Nov. 1954.) “When a Vampire Dies.” 5p. v Shar, Unnamed [rpt. in Dracula Lives! #5 (Mar. 1974.)]

Marvel Tales. Marvel. Second series.

** no. 118 (Aug. 1980.) “The Man’s Name Appears To Be… Mysterio!” by Gerry Conway & Ross Andru. 16p. v Morbius (cameo) [The Amazing Spider-Man #141 (1975.)]

** no. 252 (Aug. 1991.) “A Monster Called Morbius!” by Roy Thomas & Gil Kane. 20p. v Morbius [The Amazing Spider-Man #101 (1971.)]

** no. 252a Australian edition. Dated “November [1991;]” price indicated only as $ 1.50 AUS.

** no. 253 (Sep. 1991.) “Vampire at Large” by Roy Thomas & Gil Kane. 35p. v Morbius [The Amazing Spider-Man #102 (1971.)] Cover: Sylvain.

** no. 253a Australian edition. Dated “December [1991;]” price indicated only as $ 2.25 AUS.

  Marvel Team-Up. Marvel.

** no. 3 (July 1972.) “The Power to Purge!” by Gerry Conway & Ross Andru. 21p. v Morbius [rpt. in The Spectacular Spider-Man #6 (1977;) Essential Marvel Team-Up vol. 1 (2002.)]

** no. 4 (Aug. 1972.) “And Then. . . the X-Men” by Gerry Conway & Gil Kane. 20p. v Morbius [rpt. in Marvel Treasury Edition #18 (1978;) Essential Marvel Team-Up vol. 1 (2002.)]

** no. 4a Mark Jewelers variant promo edition. Includes 4 pages promoting Mark Jewelers products.

** no. 35 (July 1975.) “Blood Church!” by Gerry Conway & Sal Buscema. 18p. v Jeremiah (psychic vampire, runs a “Church of Blood” and absorbs energy from his adepts.) c. Dr. Strange, The Torch.

** no. 36 (Aug. 1975.) “Once Upon a Time, in a Castle…” by Gerry Conway & Sal Buscema. 17p. v Dracula (cameo.)

** no. 43 (Mar. 1976.) “A Past Gone Mad” by Bill Mantlo & Sal Buscema and Mike Esposito. 17p. v The Dark Rider.

** no. 44 (Apr. 1976.) “Death in the Year Before Yesterday!” by Bill Mantlo & Sal Buscema and Mike Esposito. 17p. v The Dark Rider. Cover: Gil Kane & Dan Adkins.

** no. 44a 30-cent variant.

** no. 80 (Apr. 1979.) "A Sorcerer Possessed" by Chris Claremont & Mike Vosburg. 17p. v. Satana. c Spider-Man, Dr. Strange [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)]

** no. 81 (May 1979.) “Last Rites” by Chris Claremont & Mike Vosburg. 17p. v Satana [rpt. in Marvel Horror # 1 (2007.)]

New Series

** no. 7 (Mar. 1998.) “Sun-Walkers” by Marv Wolfman & Thomas Derenick. 22p. v Jose (Henry Sage.) c. Blade, Spider-Man.

Marvel Team-Up. Marvel [U.K.] rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (Sep. 11, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 3p.

** no. 2 (Sep. 25, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 5p.

** no. 3 (Sep. 25, 1980) (sic.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 3p.

** no. 4 (Oct. 2, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 3p.

** no. 5 (Oct. 9, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 3p.

** no. 6 (Oct. 16, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 5p.

** no. 7 (Oct. 29, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 3p.

** no. 8 (Nov. 5, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 3p.

** no. 9 (Nov. 12, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 4p.

** no. 10 (Nov. 19, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 3p.

** no. 11 (Oct. 20 [sic,] 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 4p.

** no. 12 (Dec. 3, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 4p.

** no. 13 (Dec. 17, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 5p.

** no. 14 (Dec. 17, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 6p. Note: Both #13 and #14 are dated Dec. 17, 1980.

** no. 15 (Dec. 24, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 4p.

** no. 16 (Dec. 31, 1980.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 4p.

** no. 17 (Jan. 7, 1981.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 5p.

** no. 18 (Jan. 14, 1981.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 6p.

** no. 19 (Jan. 21, 1981.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 7p.

** no. 20 (Jan. 28, 1981.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 7p.

** no. 21 (Feb. 4, 1981.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 8p.

** no. 22 (Feb. 21, 1981.) “Morbius the Living Vampire!” 6p.

Note: 25 issues of Marvel Team-Up were published weekly; from Sep. 11, 1980 to Mar. 4, 1981. Issues 1-22 reprinted, and occasionally summarized, Morbius’ adventures as originally published in Fear (1974-1975.) Marvel Team-Up was merged into the previously existing British edition of Spider-Man Comics Weekly.

Marvel – The Lost Generation. Marvel.

** no. 8 (July 2000.) “The Tomb of Diablo!” by Roger Stern & John Byrne. 22p. v Diablo. Cover: Al Milgram.

Marvel Treasury Edition. Marvel. tpb. Oversize format.

** no. 14 (1977.) a. “The Curse and the Cure” by Roy Thomas & Gil Kane. 12p. v Morbius. b. “A Monster Called Morbius” by Roy Thomas & Gil Kane. 20p. v Michael Morbius [Amazing Spider-Man #101 (1971.)]; c. “The Spider or the Man” by Stan Lee & Gil Kane. 19p. d. “Vampire at Large” by Roy Thomas & Gil Kane. 35p. v Michael Morbius [Amazing Spider-Man #102 (1971.)] e. “The Way It All Began” by Roy Thomas & Gil Kane. 11p. v Morbius.

** no. 18 (1978.) “And Then. . . the X-Men” by Gerry Conway & Gil Kane. 20p. v Morbius [Marvel Team-Up #4 (1972.)]

** no. 28 (1981.) "Heroes and the Holocaust" by Jim Shooter & John Buscema 62p. v. the Parasite. Cover by John Romita & Bob Larkin.

Marvel Treasury Edition. Whitman. tpb. rpt. Oversize format.

** no. 18 (1978.) “And Then. . . the X-Men” by Gerry Conway & Gil Kane. 20p. v Morbius [Marvel Team-Up #4 (1972.)]

Marvel Two-in-One. Marvel.

** no. 15 (May 1976.) “The Return of the Living Eraser!” by Bill Mantlo, Arv Jones & Dick Giordano. 18p. v Morbius [rpt. in Essential Marvel Two-in-One #1 (2005.)]. Cover: Ron Wilson & Al Milgram.

** no. 15a 30-cent variant.

** no. 40 (June 1978.) “Conjure Night!” by Roger Slifer, Tom DeFalco, Ron Wilson & Pablo Marcos. 17p. v The Blood Beast. Cover: Ron Wilson & Pablo Marcos.

** no. 41 (July 1978.) “Voodoo and Valor!” by David Kraft, Ron Wilson & Pablo Marcos. 17p. v The Blood Beast.

Marvel Winter Special 1988. Marvel [U.K.] rpt.

___ no. 1 (1988.) Includes reprints of Marvel’s Count Duckula (1988.)

Masked Marvel. Centaur. Pre-code.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1940.) “The Vampire” by Tarpé Mills. 6p. v The Old Beggar (pseudo-vampire) [Amazing Mystery Funnies vol. 2, no. 2 (1939.)]

Master Comics. Fawcett. Pre-code.

** no. 20 (Nov. 1941.) “Vampire Castle.” 6p. v Splithair (pseudo-vampire, pretending to be Count Dracula’s son.) c. Bullet Man and Captain Marvel (cameo.)

** no. 43 (Oct. 1943.) “Minute Man Meets The Victory Vampire” by Otto Binder & Phil Bard. 13p. v count Doolb-Reckus. c. Minute Man.

Master Darque. Acclaim.

___ Preview edition (1997.) 20p. A b&w review edition provided to retailers.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1998.) “Master Darque” by Christina Z. & Leonardo Manco. 44p. v Alexandre Darque, a psychic vampire feeding on souls.

Masters of Terror. Curtis/Magazine Management. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (July 1975.) “Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper!” by Ron Goulart and Gil Kane & Ralph Reese. 10p. v John Carmody, energy-draining vampire [Journey into Mystery #2 (1972.)] Cover: Gray Morrow.

  Mavis. Exhibit A Press. b&w.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1999.) By Batton Lash. 27p. v Ford.

Maxwell Madd and His Wrestling Women. Outside Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (1989.) Part 1. “Where There’s a Will” by Charles Treadwell & David C. Matthews. 20p. v Dracula.

** no. 2 (1989.) Part 2. “Where There’s a Will.” 30p.

Mechthings. Renegade.

** no. 4 (Feb. 1998.) “The Good, the Bad, and the Metallic” by Brad Foster. 20p. v Vincent von Eric.

Meet Angel. National Periodical Publications.

** no. 7 (Nov./Dec. 1969.) Vampire on cover. No vampire stories.

Megaton Man: Hardcopy. Image. b&w.

** no. 1 (Feb. 1999.) “Life After Death” by Don Simpson. 29p. v Dracula’s Daughter, Cowboy Gorilla (bitten by Dracula’s Daughter and temporarily transformed into a vampire.) Reprints episodes 1-55 of the weekly Megaton Man Weekly Serial (1996-1997,) an online comic.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1999.) “Mammaw Voodoo!” by Don Simpson. 28p. v Cowboy Gorilla (temporarily transformed into a vampire,) Count Dracula (assisted by his lawyers, guest stars Wolff & Byrd.) Reprints episodes 56-89 of the weekly Megaton Man Weekly Serial (1997-1998,) an online comic.

Megaton Man vs. Forbidden Frankestein [aka Bizarre Heroes, no. 16.] Fiasco Comics.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1996.) “Drekula! Woon Bride of the Monster Wolf!” by Don Simpson. 3p. v Dracula’s Daughter.

Menace. Atlas. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1953.) “Burton’s Blood” by Stan Lee. 6p. v John Burton [rpt. in Vault of Evil #11 (1974; ) Thrill Book! (2004;) Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Menace.Vol. I (2009.)]

** no. 4 (June 1953.) “A Vampire is Born” by Stan Lee & Fred Kida. 6p. v Unnamed [rpt. in Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Menace.Vol. I (2009.)]

** no. 9 (Jan. 1954.) “Blood Relation.” 4p. v Sentell family [rpt. in Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Menace.Vol. I (2009.)]

Menagerie. Chrome Tiger Comics. b&w. anth.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1988.) “Reflections” by Lana April & Christopher Rush. 10p. v Sebastian Rhys DeGraine.

Men’s Adventure Comix. Bob Guccione. anth. Adult.

** (Apr./May 1995.) “First Blood” by George Caragonne and Tom Thornton & Jason Pearson. 12p. v Master Gastich [rpt. in Penthouse Comic, #6 (1995;) #29 (1998.)]

Men’s Adventures. Atlas. Pre-code anth.

** no. 22 (June 1953.) Character on cover which may be a vampire (but also a zombie.) No vampire content.

Mercedes. Angus. b&w.

** no. 5 (Apr. 1996.) Part 1. “Six Bullets” by Mike Friedland & Grant Fuhst. 23p. v Simon.

** no. 6 (June 1996.) Part 2. “Six Bullets.” 26p.

** no. 7 (July 1996 .) Part 3. “Six Bullets.” 22p.

** no. 8 (Aug. 1996.) Part 4. “Six Bullets.” 20p.

** no. 9 (Sep. 1996.) Part 5. “Six Bullets.” 20p.

** no. 10 (Oct. 1996.) Part 6. “Six Bullets.” 23p.

** no. 11 ( 1996.) Part 1. “The Wicked.” 20p.

** no. 12 ( 1996.) Part 2. “The Wicked.” 22p.

** no. 13 (Jan. 1997.) Part 3. “The Wicked.” 21p.

Issues #5-10 rpt. as a tpb. in Mercedes (1996.)

Mercedes. Angus. b&w. tpb.

** (Apr. 1997.) “Six Bullets” by Mike Friedland & Grant Fuhst. 134p. v Simon. Includes issues #5-10 of Mercedes (1996.)

Metallica. Forbidden Fruit. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Nov. 1991.) “My Ferrous Lady” by David Neal Miller & Eric Piccione. 22p. v Darien Lockheart. Cover: Hoong Nguyen.

** no. 2 (Feb. 1992.) “The Gods Must Be Horny” by David Neal Miller & Jae Lee. 21p. v Darien Lockheart. Cover: Richard Palmer.

Midnight Graffiti. Kilimanjaro Corporation. b&w. mag.

** (June 1988.) “Scenes from a Mexican Movie” by Brett Rutherford & Mehlon L. Fawcett. 6p. v Dracula. c. Federico Van Helsing.

Midnight Sons. Marvel.

** Ashcan edition (1994.) By Jim Krugger & James Desimone. 14p. v Morbius, Nightstalkers. c. Blade.

Midnight Sons Unlimited. Marvel Comics. anth.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1993.) a. “Blood is Thicker. . . !” by Len Wein and Jerry Bingham. 10p. v Morbius. b. “On the Wings of Angels” by D. G. Chichester & Cynthia Martin. 8p. v Nightstalkers.

** no. 1a Australian edition. Dated “July [1993;”] price indicated only as $ 6.50 AUS.

** no. 2 (July 1993.) a. “Bloodbath!” by Mort Todd & Rurik Tyler. 22p. v Morbius. b. “The Lure” by Gary Cohn & Kevin Kobasic. 10p. v Blade.

** no. 3 (Oct. 1993.) a. “Battle on Broadway” by Mort Todd & John Czop. 12p. v Nightstalkers. b. “Prologue: Where Pounces the Paralyzer?” by Mort Todd. 3p. v Nightstalkers. c. “The Spider, the Sons and. . . ZZZAX!” by Mort Todd & Dougie Braithwaite. 14p. v Morbius.

** no. 4 (Jan. 1994.) “Moral Courage” By D. G. Chichester, John Hixson & John Bridges. 56p. v Morbius, Nightstalkers, Lilith. Cover: Tristan.

** no. 5 (Apr. 1994.) “The Beguiling” by David Quinn, John Hixson, & Mark Tenney. 35p. v Morbius.

** no. 6 (July 1994.) “Night of the Bloodpack” by David Quinn & Gene Colan. 15p. v Morbius, Lord Verdelet, Blade, Varnae.

** no. 7 (Oct. 1994.) a. “Blood Brothers” by Simon Furman & Nick Napolitano. 15p. v Morbius, Hannibal King. b. “When the Spirit Moves” by Scott Benson, Daerick Gross, & Duncan Rouleau. 20p. v Morbius. Cover: Lee Sullivan.

** no. 8 (Jan. 1995.) “A Kynd of Magic” by Dan Abnett & Leonardo Manco. 54p. v Blade. Cover: Lee Sullivan.

** no. 9 (May 1995.) “Little Monsters” by Steve Gerber & Alan Hopkins et al. 12p. v Unnamed.

Midnight Tales. Charlton. Horror anth.

** vol. 2, no. 4 (July 1973.) “The Tower Maiden” by George Wildman & Nick Cuti and Tom Sutton. 6p. v vampire bats.

** vol. 3, no. 10 (Dec. 1974.) “The Strange Mr. Milque” by George Wildman & Nick Cuti. 6p. v Quentin Milque, Jenny [rpt. in Adventures into the Unknown! #1 (1990;) Out of the Night #1 (1998.)]

** no. 17 (Mar. 1976.) “Jaws of Death” by Wayne Howard. 6p. v Varnat Ankwar [rpt. in Midnight Tales (Modern Comics) #17 (1977.)]

Midnight Tales. Modern Comics. rpt. Horror anth.

** no. 17 (1977.) “Jaws of Death” by Wayne Howard. 6p. v Varnat Ankwar [Midnight Tales #17 (Charlton) (1976.)]

Midnight Terror. Gredown [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (?.) “Stake Out!” by Jack Younger & Jerry Grandenetti. 5p. v Unnamed, plus pseudo-vampire actor [Tales of Evil #1 (1975.)]

Midnite’s Quickies. One Shot Press. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (July 1993.) a. “All Hallows Eve” by Marc B. Heon. 5p. v Midnight (vampire hostess.) b.”Hunters” by Kevin Cormier and Elena Steier. 5p. v Midnight (as hostess.) Cover: Elena Steier.

Mighty Marvel Western. Marvel.

** no. 27 (Oct. 1973.) “The Bat Strikes” by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers. 7p. v the Bat [Rawhide Kid #25 (1961.)]

Mighty Mouse. St. John. Pre-code satire anth.

** no. 8 (Dec. 1948.) “Wings of Doom.” 8p. v “vampires” (i.e. vampire bats.) w Mighty Mouse.

Mighty Samson. Gold Key.

** no. 2 (June 1965.) “The Riddle of the Raids.” 18p. v vampire bats. (rpt. in #22.)

** no. 22 (Dec. 1973.) “The Riddle of the Raids.” 18p. v vampire bats (#2.)

The Mighty Thor. See: Thor.

The Mighty World of Marvel featuring The Incredible Hulk and Dracula Lives. Marvel Comics International [U.K.] b&w. anth. rpt. mag.

** no. 105 (Oct. 5, 1974.) “Count Dracula’s Deadly Secret.” 1p. v Dracula. Promotional comic for the Wall’s lollypops.

** no. 199 (July 21, 1976.) “Count Dracula and the Horrific Trace-A-Face Stick.” 1p. Promotional comic for the Wall’s Ice-Creams.

** no. 202 (Aug. 11, 1976.) “The Killing of Brother Brimstone” by Roy Thomas & Gene Colan. 7p. v Brother Brimstone [from “The Killing of Brother Brimstone,” Daredevil #65 (1970.)]

** no. 203 (Aug. 18, 1976.) “The Power of Brother Brimstone” by Roy Thomas & Gene Colan. 7p. v Brother Brimstone [from “The Killing of Brother Brimstone,” Daredevil #65 (1970.)]

** no. 204 (Aug. 25, 1976.) “Fire and Brimstone!” by Roy Thomas & Gene Colan. 7p. v Brother Brimstone [from “The Killing of Brother Brimstone,” Daredevil #65 (1970.)]

** no. 205 (Sep. 1, 1976.) “… And One Cried Murder!” by Roy Thomas & Gene Colan. 6p. v Brother Brimstone [from “… And One Cried Murder,” Daredevil #66 (1970.)]

** no. 206 (Sep. 8, 1976.) “Who Killed Brother Brimstone?” by Roy Thomas & Gene Colan. 7p. v Brother Brimstone [from “… And One Cried Murder,” Daredevil #66 (1970.)]

** no. 247 (June 22, 1977.) “Crossfire!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 10p. c. Blade [The Tomb of Dracula #45 (1976.)]

** no. 248 (June 29, 1977.) “A Proposal of Doom!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 8p. [The Tomb of Dracula #45 (1976.)]

** no. 249 (July 6, 1977.) “Let Us Be Wed in Unholy Matrimony” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #46 (1976.)]

** no. 250 (July 13, 1977.) “Fury of the Faceless Fiend!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #46 (1976.)]

** no. 251 (July 20, 1977.) “Birthrite: Death!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #47 (1976.)]

** no. 252 (July 27, 1977.) “From Death Flows Life” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 7p. [The Tomb of Dracula #47 (1976.)]

** no. 253 (Aug. 3, 1977.) “A Song for Marianne!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 12p. [The Tomb of Dracula #48 (1976.)]

** no. 254 (Aug. 10, 1977.) “Lost: One Vampire!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 5p. [The Tomb of Dracula #48 (1976.)]

** no. 255 (Aug. 17, 1977.) “. . . And with the Word There Shall Come Death!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 10p. [The Tomb of Dracula #49 (1976.)]

** no. 256 (Aug. 24, 1977.) “The Living Legends!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #49 (1976.)]

** no. 257 (Aug. 31, 1977.) “Where Soars the Silver Surfer!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. 9p. [The Tomb of Dracula #50 (1976.)]

** no. 258 (Sep. 7, 1977.) “Turn and Face… the Silver Surfer!” by Marv Wolfman & Gene Colan. 8p. [The Tomb of Dracula #50 (1976.)]

** no. 260 (Sep. 21, 1977). Dracula on back cover. Back cover says: “Dracula Lord of the Vampires in Bloodchilling Battle against the Silver Surfer, Sky-Rider of the Space Ways.” Ther is, however, no such story, nor any vampire content, inside.

Note: The long-running Mighty World of Marvel reprinted a variety of material form Marvel Comics through the 1970s with its title varying accordingly. In 1977 it began reprinting material from The Tomb of Dracula series. Earlier stories from the series had previously been published in the U.K. in the Dracula Lives series in 1974. In 1979, Mighty World of Marvel was continued as Marvel Comic, which printed abridged versions of The Tomb of Dracula Stories.

Millennium Edition: Plop 1. DC.

** no. 1 (July 2000.) “Plops” by Sergio Aragonés et al. 3p. v various Unnamed [Plop! #1 (1973.)]

Mind Probe. Rip Off Press. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (1995.) “Initiation” by Ben Belloh & Doom. 29p. v Lord Greymare et al. Cover: Doom & Czar.

Minority Races: Comic Submission. Self-published by the autors [in Wavell Heights, Queensland, Australia.]

___ no. 1 (1991.) 19p. v various.

Minstrel Fair. Dreamlight Graphics. b&w. Digest.

­­­** no. 1 (1992.) Story by Elaine C. Oldham. 28p. v Flarvek.

** no. 2 (1993.) “Going to the Fair” by Elaine C. Oldham. 24p. v Flarvek.

** no. 3 (1993.) “Curiouser and Curiouser.” 24p.

** no. 4 (1994.) “Wolves Amidst Sheep.” 24p.

** no. 7 (1996.) “Call to Arms.” 24p.

** no. 10 (1998.) “Consequences.” 24p.

Miracle Man. Eclipse. anth.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1985.) “The Red King Syndrome” by Alan Moore & Alan Davis. 5p. v various.

Mr. And Mrs. J. Evil Scientist. Gold Key.

** no. 1 (n.d., © 1963.) “Haunted-House Hunting.” 9p. v Unnamed (cameo.)

Mr. Monster. See: Doc Stern. . . Mr. Monster.

Mr. Monster Origins. Graphitti Designs. tpb.

** (1996.) By Michael Gilbert. 210p. Includes issues #1-8 of Doc Stearn. . . Mr. Monster (Dark Horse, 1988-90.)

Mr. Monster Presents (Crack-A-Boom.) Caliber Comics. b&w. & red. anth.

** no. 1 (1997.) “I Was a Teenage Demon-Sitter” by Bob Supina. 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 2 (July 1997.) “Eels Well that Ends Well!!” by Michael Gilbert. 6p. v Unnamed. Cover: Batton Lash.

Mr. Monster’s Hi-Octane Horror. Eclipse Comics. Horror anth.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1986.) “The Man Who Never Smiled” by Basil Wolverton. 3p. v Unnamed [Weird Mysteries #4 (1953.)]

Mr. Monster’s Hi-Shock Schlock! Eclipse Comics. Horror anth.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1978.) Mr. Monster as vampire on cover. No vampire content.

Mister Mystery. Media Publ./ Gilmore. Pre-code horror anth.

** no. 7 (Sep. 1952.) “The Brain-Bats of Venus” by Basil Wolverton. 7p. v Venusian brain-sucking creatures.

** no. 9 (Jan. 1953.) “The Taxi Driver.” 4p. v the taxi driver.

** no. 13 (Sep./Oct. 1953.) a. “The Picnic!” 4p. v Moria Hill [rpt. b&w. in Stark Terror #1 (1970;) Tales Too Terrible to Tell #9 (1993.)] b. “Vampire.” 5p. v Unnamed vampiress [rpt. in Chilling Tales of Horror vol. 1, no. 2 (1969;) Stark Terror (Stanley) #3 (1971;) Stark Terror (Portman) #1 (1979;) Tales Too Terrible to Tell #1 (1989-90.)]

Mr. Nightmare’s Winter Special. Moonstone. b&w. anth.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1995.) a. “December, 1763 (Oh, What a Night)” by Dave Ulanski & Bill Halliar. 21p. v Sygmunt, Tut (vampire bats.) b. “The Night Before Christmas” by Dave Ulanski & Paul Mounts. 5p. v Sygmunt, Tut (vampire bats.) Cover: Dave Ulanski & Paul Mounts. Back cover: Ken Wolak.

Mr. Nightmare’s Wonderful World. Moonstone. b&w.

** no. 1 (June 1995.) “Gone Rogue” by Dave Ulanski. 18p. v Sygmunt, Tut (vampire bats.) Cover: Dave Ulanski & Ken Wolak.

** no. 2 (Aug. 1995.) “A Warped Sense of Reality” by Dave Ulanski. 23p. v Sygmunt, Tut (vampire bats.)

** no. 3 (Oct. 1995.) “Someone’s Been Creeping in My Head.” 30p.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1996.) “Star Boars.” 29p.

** no. 5 (Feb. 1997.) “The Empire Strikes Jack.” 19p.

** no. 6 (May 1997.) “Return of the Yeti.” 29p.

** no. 7 (Oct. 1997.) “Beach Babies & Wiener Wagons” by Dave Ulanski. 15p.

Issues 1-6 reprinted as Mr. Nightmare’s Wonderful World: The Gods Must Be Crazy (2001.)

Misty. IPC/Fleetway [U.K.]

/// Misty was published by IPC/Fleetway from Feb. 4, 1978 to Jan. 12, 1980. It also had two Holiday Specials (1979, 1980) and one Summer Special (1978.) The Best of Misty had 8 issues from Feb. to Sep. 1986. In addition to horror stories, it often featured a comic strip, “Miss T”, about a witch whose friends occasionally included vampires. The list of vampire issues is not complete.

­­** no. 9 (Apr. 1, 1978.) “… And the Dee-Lightful Miss T.” 1p. v Christopher Glee as Draculump (satire of Christopher Lee.)

** no. 35 (Sep. 30, 1978.) “Write to Misty.” 1p. v Dracula (illustration for the readers’ letters page.)

** no. 62 (Apr. 14, 1979.) “Miss T.” 1p. v Vic.

___ no. 64 (Apr. 28, 1979.) “To See a Vampire.”

** no. 91 (Nov. 3, 1979.) Introduction to the issue (inside front cover.) Illustrated text. Miss T. and vampire friends.

Misty Annual. IPC/Fleetway [U.K.]

**       (1979.) “Blood Orange.” 8p. v Count Dracula.

** (1980.) a. “Miss T’s Monster Page.” 1p. v Unnamed. b. “A True-Life Story to Get Your Teeth into… Dracula!” Text. 6p. v Dracula. c. “… Your Face is Your Fortune…” Text. 3p. v Unnamed.

** (1981.) “Yet again – It’s Me – Miss T!” 1p. v Posthog and Vic.

** (1982.) a. “Miss T.” 1p. v Vic. b. “Out for Blood.” 7p. v Countess Bathory. c. “Yet Again – Miss T.” 1p. v Billy Bloodlust.

** (1983.) a. “The Curse of Castle Krümlaut.” 8p. v Baroness Krümlaut. b.“Everybody’s Dracula.” Text. 4p. c. “Handy Herbs.” Text. 1p. v Dracula. d. “Last Train.” 7p. v Dracula.

** (1984.) a. “The Haunted Bakery.” Text. 2p. v Dracula. b. “Phantom Riders of the Mists.” 8p. v various Unnamed. c. “Spook and Daggers.” 2p. v Dracula (game.)

** (1985.) “The Price of Terror.” Text. 4p. (about Vincent Price’s vampire movies.)

Mobsters and Monsters #1: El Gato Crime Mangler. Original Syndicate Press. b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (July 1995.) "The Beginning and End of Crime Mangler" by Michael Aushenker. 36p. v unnamed.

Mongul. See: Showcase 95.

Monkey Business. Parody Press. Satire anth.

** no. 3 (1993.) a. “Drakulala” by Bill Maus. 3p. v Dracula. Movie-tie-in. Parody of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. b. “Dramaticula” by Nat Gertler and Ed Quinby. 7p. v Dracula. Movie-tie-in. Bill Maus.

Monster Crime Comics. Hillman Periodicals. Pre-code anth.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1952.) Vampire cover: Steve Gerber. No vampire content.

Monster Fighters Inc. Image.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1999.) “A Comic Adventure” by J. Torres & Logan Lubera. 24p. v Lady Fang. Cover: Logan Lubera, Craig Yeung & Arthur Dela Cruz.

Monster Frat House. Eternity. b&w.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1989.) By Paul Connor & John Grigni and Dandy Carruthers. 24p. v Brad. Cover: Madman.

Monster Fun. IPC [U.K.] b&w. anth. Satire. mag.

/// (June 14, 1975/Oct. 30, 1976.) Note: Monster Fun was a weekly comic that carried a variety of monster/horror oriented comic strips, several of which had a vampire theme. In October 1976 it was merged with Buster and Cor!! To become Buster and Monster Fun which ran for another six years. Among the vampire related strips were: “Draculass—Daughter of Dracula,” “Dracula Dobbs,” “Deadly Hedley, Vampire Detective,” “Fright School,” “Terror TV,” and “Monster Mirth.” Draculass, drawn by Terry Brave, made her initial appearance in the first issue of Monster Fun and ran through the entire series. He appearances were highlighted by a poster in Monster Fun #22 and a Draculass make-your-own mask on the back cover of issue #34.

** no. 1 (June 14, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula” by Terry Brave. 1p. Note: First appearance of Draculass.

** no. 2 (June 21, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 3 (June 28, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 4 (July 5, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 5 (July 12, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 6 (July 19, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 7 (July 26, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 8 (Aug. 2, 1975.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Monster Hits: Top 10 Gags.” 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 9 (Aug. 9, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 10 (Aug. 16, 1975.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Monster Hits: Top 10 Gags.” 1p. v Dracula.

** no. 11 (Aug. 23, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 12 (Aug. 30, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 13 (Sep. 6, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 14 (Sep. 13, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 15 (Sep. 20, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 16 (Sep. 26, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 17 (Oct. 4, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 18 (Oct. 11, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 19 (Oct. 18, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 20 (Oct. 25, 1975.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Humpty Dumpty” by Leonard Rottingsocks. 2p. Illustrated text. v Unnamed, Dracula.

** no. 21 (Nov. 1, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 22 (Nov. 8, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. Draculass on cover. Draculass poster centerfold.

** no. 23 (Nov. 15, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 24 (Nov. 22, 1975.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Sam’s Spook!”1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 25 (Nov. 29, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 26 (Dec. 6, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 27 (Dec. 13, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 28 (Dec. 20, 1975.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 29 (Dec. 27, 1975.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Monster Hits: Top 10 Gags.” 1p. v Dracula. c. “Monster Mountain Game.” 1p. v Draculass (game.) d. “Mummy’s Boy.” 1p. v Unnamed. e. “S.O.S. (Save our Stan!.)” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 30 (Jan. 3, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 31 (Jan. 10, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 32 (Jan. 17, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 33 (Jan. 24, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 34 (Jan. 31, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Make your own Draculass Mask.” 1p. v Draculass (game.)

** no. 35 (Feb. 7, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 36 (Feb. 14, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 37 (Feb. 21, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 38 (Feb. 28, 1975.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Frankie Stein Presents: Ticklish Allsorts.” 1p. v various.

** no. 39 (Mar. 6, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 40 (Mar. 13, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 41 (Mar. 20, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 42 (Mar. 27, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 43 (Apr. 3, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 44 (Apr. 10, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 45 (Apr. 17, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 46 (Apr. 24, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 47 (May 1, 1976.) a. “Creature Teacher.” 2p. v Dracula. b. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. c. “Freaky Farm.” 2p. v Count Dracrowla.

** no. 48 (May 8, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 49 (May 15, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Monster Gags.” 4p. v Unnamed.

** no. 50 (May 22, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula” 1p. b. “Terror TV”. 2p. v vampire usher.

** no. 51 (May 29, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula” 1p. b. “Terror TV”. 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 52 (June 5, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Terror TV.” 2p. v vampire usher (cameo.)

** no. 53 (June 12, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 54 (June 19, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Terror TV.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 55 (June 26, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 56 (July 3, 1976.) a. “Count Dracula and the Horrific Trace-a-Face Sticks!”. 1p. Promotional comic for Wall’s Ice Cream. v Dracula. b. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula” 1p. c. “Terror TV”. 2p. v various Unnamed.

** no. 57 (July 10, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Terror TV.” 2p. v Unnamed. c. “X-Ray Specs.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 58 (July 17, 1976.) a. “Count Dracula and the Horrific Trace-a-Face Sticks!”. 1p. Promotional comic for Wall’s Ice Cream. v Dracula. b. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula” 1p. c. “Terror TV”. 2p. v Vincent (actor, playing Dracula.)

** no. 59 (July 24, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Frankie’s Diary.” 1p. v Dracula. c. “Terror TV.” 2p. v various.

** no. 60 (July 31, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 61 (Aug. 7, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 62 (Aug. 14, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 63 (Aug. 21, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 64 (Aug. 28, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Terror TV.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 65 (Sep. 4, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 66 (Sep. 11, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 67 (Sep. 18, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Terror TV.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 68 (Sep. 25, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 69 (Oct. 2, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 70 (Oct. 9, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Terror TV.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 71 (Oct. 2, 1976.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p. b. “Terror TV.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** no. 72 (Oct. 23, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

** no. 73 (Oct. 30, 1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 1p.

Monster Fun Annual. IPC [U.K.] Hc.

** (1977.) “Draculass” by Terry Brave. 2 stories 2p. each (Note: The strip is called “Draculass,” not “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.”)

** (1978.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 3 stories 2p. each + 1 story 3p.

** (1979.) a. “Art’s Gallery.” 4p. v Draculass. b. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2 stories 2p. each. c. “Fun-Fear.” 2p. v Unnamed. d. “Ghost Town.” 2p. v Unnamed.

** (1980.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2 stories 2p. each (the second story also features Draculass’ vampire friends.)

** (1981.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula” 2 stories 2p. each. b. “Terror TV.” 4p. v Vampire nurses (note: a second “Terror TV” story does not include vampires.)

** (1982.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2 stories 2p each. b. “Monster Mirth.” 1p. v Unnamed. c. “Play Frankie’s Monster Mountain Game” (game.) 2p. v Draculass. d. “Terror TV.” 4p. v Sebastian Woe (parody of British Olympic Gold medalist Sebastian Coe, OBE.)

** (1983.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 3 stories 2p. each. b. “Frankie’s Fun Pages.” 1p. v Dracula (cameo.) c. “Monster Mirth.” 1p. v Unnamed (cameo.) d. “Terror TV” (i.) 4p. v P. Dan Yells (ii.) 3p. v Freak “Freaky” Suspencer, Betty Suspencer.

** (1984.) a. “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2 stories 2p. each. b. “Monster Movies.” 1p. v Dracula. c. “Monster Puzzles” (games.) 2p. v Dracula.

Monster Fun Summer Special. IPC [U.K.] The list of vampire issues is not complete.

** (1976.) “Draculass – Daughter of Dracula.” 2p.

Monster Howls. Humor Vision. b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (Dec. 1966.) a. “Monster Party” by John Severin. 2p. [Cracked Magazine #43 (1965.)] b. “The Monster’s Advertising Agency.” 5p. v Dracula [Cracked Magazine #33 (1964.)]

Monster Hunters. Charlton.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1975.) “Introduction.” 2p. v Countess von Bludd cameo [rpt. in Monster Hunters (Modern Comics) #1 (1977.)]

** no. 3 (Dec. 1975.) “A Belief in Vampires” by Tom Tuna. 6p. v pseudovampire [rpt. in Scary Monsters Magazine #25 (1997.)]

** no. 5 (Apr. 1976.) “The Last Monster Hunter” by M. Carlson & M. Zeck. 7p. v Dracula [abridged version rpt. in Hot’n Cold Heroes #2 (1990.)]

** no. 7 (Sep. 1976.) “Blood Oath” by Zeck. 7p. v Lord Duboff. Cover: Zeck.

** no. 10 (Oct. 1977.) a. “Bad Blood.” 1p. Text. v Count Trafgar. b. “Forevermore.” 1p. v Unnamed.

___ no. 17 (Dec. 1978.) "A Belief in Vampires" by Tom Tuna. 6p. v. pseudovampire. rpt. from #3.

Monster Hunters. Murray [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (n.d.) “Introduction.” 1p. v Countess von Bludd.

** ser. 3, no. 7 (n.d.) a. “Blood Oath” by Zeck. 9p. v Lord Duboff [Monster Hunters (Charlton) #7 (1976.)] b. “The Curse of the Vampire.” 8p. v Count Rudolf, Trudi and others, Dracula (cameo) [Many Ghosts of Dr. Graves #44 (1974.)] c. “A Word about Vampires and Werewolves” by Nicola Cuti & Newton. 1p. v various [Ghostly Haunts #40 (1974.)] Vampire cover: Zeck.

Monster Hunters. Modern Comics. rpt.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1975.) “Introduction.” 2p. v Countess von Bludd (cameo) [Monster Hunters (Charlton) #1 (1975.)]

Monster in My Pocket. Harvey.

** (1991.) Promotional giveaway item. 12p. v. Vampire.

** no. 1 (May 1991.) a. “The Convention of Terror” by Dwayne McDuffie & Ernie Colon. 11p. v Vampire. b. “Small Problems” by Dwayne McDuffie & Ernie Colon. 2p. v Vampire.

** no. 2 (July 1991.) a. “Chemistry” by Dwayne McDuffie & Gil Kane. 11 p. v Vampire. b. “The Exterminator” By Dwayne McDuffie & Nelson Dewey. 11 p. v Vampire.

** no. 3 (Sep. 1991.) “Destroy All Monsters” by Dwayne McDuffie & Gil Kane. 22p. v Vampire [rpt. in Monster in My Pocket Annual (1992.)]

** no. 4 (Nov. 1991.) “Mayhem at the Mall” by Dwayne McDuffie & Gil Kane. 11p. v Vampire [rpt. in Monster in My Pocket Annual (1992.)] b. “Want to See Something Really Scary” by Dwayne McDuffie & Gil Kane. 11p. v Vampire [rpt. in Monster in My Pocket Annual (1992.)]

Monster in My Pocket Annual. Marvel. hb. anth.

** (1992.) a. “Destroy All Monsters” by Dwayne McDuffie & Gil Kane. 22p. v Vampire [Monster in My Pocket #3 (1991.)] b. “Mayhem at the Mall” by Dwayne McDuffie & Gil Kane. 11p. v Vampire [Monster in My Pocket #4 (1991.)] c. “Swamp Beast” by Dwayne McDuffie & Gil Kane. 6p. v Vampire. d. “Want to See Something Really Scary” by Dwayne McDuffie & Gil Kane. 11p. v Vampire [Monster in My Pocket #4 (1991.)]

Monster Lust. Eros. b&w. Adult.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1992.) By Bruce Patterson. 15p. v Countess Vanessa, Tiger Lily, and Unnamed.

Monster Mad. Warner Books. b&w. anth. Small format.

** (1987.) Vampire internal cover. No vampire content.

Monster Matinee. Chaos! Comics.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1997 – cover says “Oct. 1997”.) Portfolio by Kyle Hotz. Includes pages on Nosferatu and Vampire Man [rpt. in Monster Matinee (tpb.) (1998.)]

___ no. 1a. Premium edition.

Monster Matinee. Chaos! Comics. tpb. rpt. anth.

** no. 1 (1998.) Portfolio by Kyle Hotz. Includes pages on Nosferatu, and Vampire Man. Collects issues #1-3 of Monster Matinee (1997.)

Monster Posse. Adventure. b&w. Satire.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1992.) Series by Greg Boone. 27p. v Wack Mack Dwack.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1992.) 28p.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1992.) 22p.

Monster Scene. Avalon Fine Arts. b&w. mag.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1991.) “The Monster from One Billion B.C.” by Tom Sutton. 8p. v Dracula [Eerie #11 (1967.)]

Monster Sex. Zone. b&w. anth. Satire. Adult.

** no. 1 (Mar. 1993.) “The Cunsters” by Mark Voger (satire of the Munsters.) 8p. v Stampa (Grandpa,) Licky (Lily.)

The Monster Times. The Monster Time Publishing Co. Large Format. mag.

** no. 1 (Jan. 26, 1972.) “RIP” by Carlos Garzon. 1p. v Unnamed.

** no. 15 (Sep. 6, 1972.) “Vampires in the Comics” by Jeffrey H. Wasserman. 4p. v various.

** no. 21 (Apr. 1973.) “The Monster Mash” by b. Pickett & L. Capizzi 1p. (on the magazine’s cover) v Drac.

** no. 41 (May 1975.) “Andy Warhol’s Dracula” (fumette) 1p. v Dracula. Note: Andy Warhol’s Dracula (1975,) directed by Paul Morrissey.

** no. 46 (Mar. 1976.) Various articles about Dracula. 

Note: The Monster Times included in most issues illustrated reviews and articles about horror comics; more rarely, comic strips and fumettes were also included.

Monster World. Warren Publishing. b&w. mag.

** no. 9 (July 1966.) “Horror of Dracula.” 20p. v Dracula. Fumette. Adaptation of Horror of Dracula. Hammer Films. 1958. Screenplay: Jimmy Sangster.

Monster Wrestler in My Pocket. World International [U.K.] hb. Large format.

** (1995.) “In Training” by Mike Butcher & Tom Perkins et al. 5p. v Bloodsucker ze Vampire.

Monsters and Things. Magnum Publications. mag.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1959.) “The Vampire Legion.” 7p. v Lise, Ivan.

Monsters Attack! Globe Communications. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1989.) “Sex Vampires from Outrer Space” by Olivo Vincent & Gray Morrow. 6p. v Al Card.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1989.) “Aquacarnivora” by Olivo Vincent & Gray Morrow. 8p. v Vampire mermaid.

** no. 3 (July 1990.) “A Boy’s Life” by Mort Todd & John Severin. 5p. v Little Lester. Cover: John Severin.

** no. 4 (Sep. 1990.) “Tag Ver Ded!!” by Mort Todd & John Severin. 9p. v Unnamed (cameo, as a graffiti portrait.)

Monsters on the Prowl. Marvel.

** no. 26 (Oct. 1973.) “Where?” 4p. v Vampire of Rakusc [Adventures into Weird Worlds # 5 (1952.)]

Monsters Unleashed. Marvel. b&w. anth. mag.

** no. 1 (1973.) a. "The Thing in the Freezer" by Marv Wolfman & Syd Shores. 5p. v Melissa Rhodes et al. b. “Vampire Tale” by Doug Wildey. 5p. v Igor [Journey into Mystery #16 (1954.)] Cover: Gray Morrow.

Monsters Unleashed! Yaffa [Australia.] b&w. rpt. anth. Magazine format.

** no. 1 (1978.) “Vampire Tale” by Doug Wildey. 5p. v Igor [Journey into Mystery #16 (1954.)] Cover: Gray Morrow. Price 60 cents.

** no. 1a rpt. (1982.) Price $1.10 A / $ 1.30 NZ.

Moon Girl. EC. Pre-code anth.

** no. 4 (Sum. 1948.) “Vampire of the Bayous” by Anon. & Sheldon Moldoff. 7p. v Jacques. c. says: “Moon Girl.”

Moon Knight. See: Marc Spector Moon Knight.

Moondog. The Print Mint. b&w. anth.

** no. 4 (1979.) “Interlude: A Scenario with Backgvnd [sic]” by George Metzger. 8p. v various Unnamed.

Morbius. Marvel Comics. The list of issues including an Australian edition is not complete.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1992.) “Rise of the Midnight Sons,” part 3. By Ken Kaminski & Ron Wagner. 38p. v Morbius. Cover: Ron Wagner & Mike Weatherby. Polybagged. With poster.

** no. 1a Australian edition. Dated “December [1992;]” price indicated only as $ 4.10 AUS.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1992.) “Welcome to the Jungle.” 23p. Cover: Ron Wagner & Mike Weatherby.

** no. 2a Australian edition. Dated “January [1993;]” price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 3 (Nov. 1992.) “Some of Your Blood!” 22p. c. Spider-Man.

** no. 3a Australian edition. Dated “February [1993;]” price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 4 (Dec. 1992.) “Bad Medicine” by Len Kaminsky & Ron Garvey. 23p. Cover: Ron Garvey & Mike Weatherby.

** no. 4a Australian edition. Dated “March [1993;]” price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 5 (Jan. 1993.) “Here There Be Dragons.” 22p. Cover: Ron Wagner & Mike Weatherby.

** no. 5a Australian edition. Dated “April [1993;]” price indicated only as $ 2.65 AUS.

** no. 6 (Feb. 1993.) “Tooth and Nail.” 21p. Cover: Ron Wagner & Mike Weatherby.

** no. 7 (Mar. 1993.) “Cemetery Dance.” 21p. Cover: Ron Wagner & Mike Weatherby.

** no. 8 (Apr. 1993.) “The Algebra of Need.” 22p. Cover: Ron Wagner & Mike Weatherby.

** no. 9 (May 1993.) “Dreaming Realities.” 22p. v Martine. Cover: Ron Wagner & Mike Weatherby.

** no. 9a Australian edition. Dated “August [1993;]” price indicated only as $ 2.80 AUS.

** no. 10 (June 1993.) a. “The Real Monster” by Gregory Wright & Ron Wagner. 14p. v Slaughter, Hannibal King. c. Blade. b. “Stroud’s Report” by Gregory Wright & Isaac Cordova. 8p. v Slaughter.

** no. 10a Australian edition. Dated “September [1993;]” price indicated only as $ 2.80 AUS.

** no. 11 (July 1993.) a. “The Killing Season.” 14p. v Nightstalkers, Slaughter. b. “Shroud’s Fate” by Gregory Wright & Isaac Cordova. 8p. v Slaughter. Cover: Ron Wagner & Mike Weatherby.

** no. 11a Australian edition. Dated “October [1993;]” price indicated only as $ 2.80 AUS.

** no. 12 (Aug. 1993.) Midnight Massacre, part 4. “The Bait.” 23p.

** no. 13 (Sep. 1993.) “Better Off Dead” by Gregory Wright & Ron Wagner. 23p. v Lilith and Martine.c. Dr. Strange.

** no. 14 (Oct. 1993.) “Victims” by Gregory Wright & Ron Wagner. 22p. v Martine. Cover: Ron Wagner & Andrew Pepoy.

** no. 15 (Nov. 1993.) “The Calling” by Gregory Wright & Isaac Cordova. 22p. v Lilith. Cover: Isaac Cordova & Andrew Pepoy.

** no. 16 (Dec. 1993.) Siege of Darkness, part 5. “Sanctuary Invasion” by Gregory Wright & Isaac Cordova. 22p. c. Blade. Cover: Isaac Cordova & Andrew Pepoy.

** no. 17 (Jan. 1994.) Siege of Darkness, part 13. “Sacrifice and Redemption.” 22p. Cover: Isaac Cordova & Bud Laropp.

** no. 18 (Feb. 1994.) “Wraith Revenge.” 22p. Cover: Shawn McManus.

** no. 19 (Mar. 1994.) “Psychic Consequence.” 22p. Cover: Nick Napolitano.

** no. 20 (Apr. 1994.) “Monster in a Box” by Gregory Wright & Nick Napolitano. 21p. v Bloodthirst. Cover: Nick Napolitano.

** no. 21 (May 1994.) Dance of the Hunters, part 1 (of 3.) “Stalkers.” 22p. v Slaughter. c. Spider-man. Cover: Nick Napolitano.

** no. 22 (June 1994.) Dance of the Hunters, part 2. “Deceptions.” 22p. v Slaughter. c. Spider-man. Cover: Nick Napolitano.

** no. 23 (July 1994.) Dance of the Hunters, part 3. “Alliance.” 22p. v Slaughter. c. Spider-man. Cover: Nick Napolitano.

** no. 24 (Aug. 1994.) “Return of the Dragon” by Pat Millis, Tony Skinner & Nick Napolitano. 22p. Cover: Nick Napolitano.

** no. 25 (Sep. 1994.) a. “Drainage System” by Karl Bollers & Max Douglas. 11p. b. Jagged Edge, part 1 (of 4.) “Night” by Lisa Trusiani & Craig Gilmore. 22p. Cover: Craig Gilmore.

** no. 26 (Oct. 1994.) Jagged Edge, part 2. “Silence of the Gargoyles.” 23p. v Martine. Cover: Craig Gilmore.

** no. 27 (Nov. 1994.) Jagged Edge, part 3. 22p. v Martine c. Jack (werewolf.) Cover: Craig Gilmore.

** no. 28 (Dec. 1994.) Jagged Edge, part 4. “The Dawning.” 22p. Cover: Craig Gilmore.

** no. 29 (Jan. 1995.) “Ashes to Ashes” by Lisa Trusiani & Craig Gilmore. 22p. c. Spider-Man, Blade. Cover: Craig Gilmore.

** no. 30 (Feb. 1995.) “New Blood.” 22p. Cover: Craig Gilmore.

** no. 31 (Mar. 1995.) “Hawk” by Lisa Trusiani & Fabio Laguna. 22p. Cover: Craig Gilmore.

** no. 32 (Apr. 1995.) “The River Runs Red.” 22p. Cover: Craig Gilmore.

Morbius Revisited. Marvel. Reprints.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1993.) (a) Midnight Massacre by Anon. 4p. c. Ghost Rider, Blade. Preview of Midnight Massacre story line to appear in Morbius, Darkhold, Ghost Rider, Ghost Rider/Blaze: Spirits of Vengeance, and Nightstalkers. (b) “Night of the Vampire Stalker.” 18p. [Fear #27 (1975.)]

** no. 2 (Sep. 1993.) “The Doorway Screaming into Hell.” 18p. [Fear #28 (1975.)]

** no. 3 (Oct. 1993.) “Through a Helleyes Darkly!” 18p. [Fear #29 (1975.)] Cover: Mark Buckingham.

** no. 4 (Nov. 1993.) “The Vampires of Mason Manor!” 18p. v Martine [Fear #30 (1975.)]

** no. 5 (Dec. 1993.) “The End of a Vampire!” 18p. v Martine [Fear #31 (1975.)]

More Fun Comics. National Periodical Publications. b&w. Pre-code anth.

** no. 7 (Jan. 1936.) Part 2. “Doctor Occult, The Ghost Detective” by Leger & Reuths (pseud. of Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster) 1p. v The Master c. Doctor Occult [continued from New Fun Comics #6 (1935.)]

** no. 8 (Feb. 1936.) Part 3. “Dr. Occult, the Ghost Detective.” 1p.

** no. 9 (Mar. 1936.) Part 4. “Dr. Occult, the Ghost Detective.” 1p.

 Note: “Dr. Occult, the Ghost Detective” continues the original comic book vampire story the first installment of which appeared in New Fun Comics #6 (1935.) The vampire story is concluded in #9. “Dr. Occult, the Ghost Detective” goes on, but the vampire is replaced by other villains (including a werewolf cult, from #11, possibly the first werewolf appearance in comics history.)

More Fun with Vinny and Friends. Singapore: EPB Publishers. tpb. Oversize.

** (1995.) By Jessie Yeo & Roy Foo. 75p. v Vinny.

Collection of comic strips.

Mort Drucker’s Mad Show-Stoppers. tpb. b&w. New York: E.C. Publications, 1985.

** (1985.) Vampire gorilla on cover. No other vampire content.

Mortigan Goth: Immortalis. Marvel Frontier Comics.

** no. 1 (Sep. 1993.) “The Devil’s Due” by Nick Vince & Mark Buckingham. 22p. v Baron Blood (John J. Falsworth.)

** no. 2 (Oct. 1993.) 22p.

** no. 3 (Jan. 1994.) 22p. v Katherine Falsworth et al.

** no. 4 (Mar. 1994.) 22p. v Baron Blood.

Movie Classics (Dell.) See: Dracula (Dell.)

Ms. Marvel. Marvel.

** no. 14 (Feb. 1978.) “Fear Stalks Floor 40” by Chris Claremont & Carmine Infantino. 15p. v Dracula.

Munden’s Bar Annual. First. anth.

** no. 1 (Apr. 1988.) a. “Mother’s Calling” by John Ostrander and Del Close & Brian Bolland. 7p. v Mother. b. “The Last Vampire” by John Ostrander & Joe Staton. 8p. v Dracula.

** vol. 2, no. 1 (1991.) “When You Wish Upon a Bar" by Kim Yale & Hilary Barta. 5p. v vampire bat.

The Munsters. Gold Key Comics. Satire anth. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1965 but only date in indicia is 1964.) a. “All Bites are Off.” 4p. v Count Dregula b. “I’m Dancing with Fears in My Eyes.” 8p. c. “It’s All Fright with Me Yeeeeeoooooww!” 8p. v Intro “Grandpa Dracula” Munster and Lily Munster. d. “Haunted House-Cleaning.” 12p.

** no. 2 (1965.) a. “No Rest for the Eerie.” 11p. b.”There’s Something About a Monster.” 8p. c. “Weekend Spook-Out.” 9p.

** no. 3 (July 1965.) a. “The Bad Feed.” 1p. [rpt. in #15.] b. “From Bat to Worse.” 1p. c. “Munster of Ceremonies.” 8p. (rpt. in #14.) d. “Scare Tactics.” 7p. e. “The Shock Heard Round the World.” 11p. [rpt. in #14.]

** no. 4 (Oct. 1965.) a. “The Goblet Will Get You.” 10p. (rpt. in #15.) b. “A Fright to the Finish.” 9p. c. “Running Scared.” 10p. (rpt. in #15.)

** no. 5 (Jan. 1966.) a. “Double Feature Creature.” 9p. b. “Screams Like Old Times!” 19p.

** no. 6 (Apr. 1966.) a. “Just Plane Crazy.” 8p. b. “Speed Demon.” 20p.

** no. 7 (June 1966.) a. “Poison to Poison.” 11p. b. “Stage Fright.” 8p. c. “Stop, You’re Chilling Me.” 8p.

** no. 8 (Aug. 1966.) a. “A Fright for Sore Eyes.” 11p. b. “The Last Stretch.” 8p. c. “Strictly for the Birds.” 8p.

** no. 9 (Oct. 1966.) a. “A Grave Situation.” 11p. b. “That’s the Spirit.” 8p. c. “The Spy in the Ointment.” 7p.

** no. 10 (Dec. 1966.) a. “Creepy Carpenter.” 1p. b. “Ghost Signals.” 10p. c. “Heavy-Weight Fright.” 8p. d. “No Noose Is Good Noose.” 1p. e. “Soup’s On.” 1p. f. “Spooked Wheels.” 8p.

** no. 11 (Feb. 1967) a. “Breakfast of Chumps.” 1p. b. “Fright Watchmen.” 8p. c. “The Loch Ness Munster.” 8p. d. “Movie Critics.” 1p. e. “The Stalk of the Town.” 8p.

** no. 12 (Apr. 1967.) a. “The Big Fright.” 20p. b. “Dust in Time.” 1p. c. “The Haunted Harp.” 8p.

** no. 13 (June 1967.) a. “House Haunting.” 6p. b. “Policeman’s Brawl.” 9p. c. “Ski Scare.” 6p.

** no. 14 (Aug. 1967.) a. “Munster of Ceremonies.” 8p. [#3.] b. “The Shock Heard Around the World.” 11p. [#3.]

** no. 15 (Nov. 1967.) a. “The Bad Feed.” 1p. [#3.] b. “The Goblet Will Get You” 10p. [#4] c. “Running Scared.” 10p. [# 4.]

** no. 16 (Feb. 1968.) a. “The Big Finish.” 6p. b. “Creepy Comrades.” 6p. c. “Racing Ghouls.” 21p. d. “Shocking Spree.” 4p. v Liddle Wolfgang (a werewolf, in this story disguised as a vampire.)

Covers: 1. Photographic covers from the television series. 2. Photographic back covers, #1-13.

The Munsters. TV Comics. b&w. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (Aug. 1997.) a. “Paging Count Dracula” by C. J. Henderson & George Broderick. 20p. b. “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” by Marc Patton & Kelley Jarvis and Rich Maurizo. Text. 6p. v Grandpa, Lily. Photo cover.

** no. 1a Alternate red foil cover. Special for ComicCon 1997. Photo cover.

** no. 1b Alternate gold edition. Special for Toy Expo 1997. Photo cover.

** no. 1c Alternate cover. Portrait of Lily and Herman. Photo cover.

** no. 2 (Oct. 1997.) “Marilyn Munster’s Manhattan Makeover!” by C. J. Henderson & Doug Crane. 22p. Cover: Photo with red background.

** no. 2a Alternate cover: Photo with blue background. Photo cover.

** no. 3 (Dec. 1997.) “Just a Day in the Life” by C. J. Henderson & Art Nichols and Brad Gorby. 24p. Photo cover.

** no. 4 (Mar. 1998.) “Carnival of Munsters” by Kevin Cleary and C. J. Henderson & C. Brad Gorby. 18p. Photo cover.

** no. 4a Alternate cover: cast with car.

Series rpt. in tpb. form as The Munsters Collected Edition (1998.)

The Munsters Collected Edition. TV Comics. b&w. rpt. tpb. Television tie-in.

** (1998.) a. “Carnival of Munsters” by Kevin Cleary and C. J. Henderson & C. Brad Gorby. 18p. [The Munsters #4 (1998.)] b. “Just a Day in the Life” by C. J. Henderson & Art Nichols and C. Brad Gorby. 24p. [The Munsters #3 (1997.)] c. “Marilyn Munster’s Manhattan Makeover!” by C. J. Henderson & Doug Crane. 22p. [The Munsters #2 (1997.)] d. “Paging Count Dracula” by C. J. Henderson & George Broderick. 20p. [The Munsters #1 (1997.)] e. “Welcome to the Con” by Marc Patten & Kelley Jarvis and George Broderick. 9p. [The Munsters: Special Comic Con Edition #1 (1997.)] Photo cover.

The Munsters: Special Comic Con Edition. TV Comics. b&w. Television tie-in.

** no. 1 (July 1997.) “Welcome to the Con” by Marc Patten & Kelley Jarvis and George Broderick. 9p. v Grandpa, Lily [rpt. in The Munsters Collected Editon (1998.)] Photo cover.

Murcielaga She Bat. Heroic Publishing/Revolutionary Comics. b&w.

** no. 1 (Jan. 1993.) a. “Mister Slimey” by Daerick Gross. 7p. v Murcielaga (a super-hero with some vampiric features.) b. “Our Gang” by Daerick Gross. 7p. v Murcielaga. c. “Showdown” by Daerick Gross. 11p. v Murcielaga.

** no. 2 (Apr. 1993.) “A Lesson in Humility” by Daerick Gross & Dennis Mallonee. 18p.

** no. 3 (July 1993.) “Blood Sisters” by Martin Powell & John Statema. 31p.

Mutant X. Marvel.

** no. 1 (Oct. 1998.) “As in the Beginning!” by Howard Mackie & Tom Raney. 30p. v Bloodstorm. Cover: Tom Raney.

** no. 1a Variant cover by Tom Raney.

** no. 2 (Nov. 1998.) “N