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2181: Dracula Lives #8 [B Story]

" Black Hand, Black Death "
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Dracula Lives #8b
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Editor-in-Chief: Len Wein
Cover Artists: Luis Dominguez
Writers: Len Wein
Pencilers: Gene Colan
Inkers: Ernie Chan
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Editors: Marv Wolfman
Cover Date: September 1974
Release Date: July 1974
Story Arc: -
Pages: 10
Cover Price: $0.75
Times Read: 100                 Times Rated: 66
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Dracula Lives #8 [A Story]
Dracula Lives #9 [A Story]
Dracula Lives #8b
Dracula Lives #8c
Dracula Lives #9b
2179: Dracula Liv...
#8a
2180: Dracula Liv...
#9a
 
2182: Dracula Liv...
#8c
2183: Dracula Liv...
#9b
 
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Issue Blurb
In Rome, Dracula interferes in a mob boss's date with a lady, leading to a vendetta against the vampire.
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  Dracula
Dracula last appeared in Dracula Lives #9a. Dracula next appears in Dracula Lives #8c.
     
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RikerDonegal
   January 5, 2016
Interesting premise, but the execution is flat.
Neither side causes the reader to feel sympathy.
5/10
 
 
 
 
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  duncanm Says:    
  2015-11-12 17:12:52  
  It becomes more and more clear that Marvel really didn't care much about the b&w mags. Spelling errors, inconsistent art, third tier storytelling, I guess they just looked at is as a quick way to make more money with less effort, and that the readers would come for the bewbs and blood.
 
 
 

  jareth Says:    
  2016-07-05 15:29:40  
  Yet another Dracula story where they try to make Dracula the anti-hero by pitting him against someone who is slightly more amoral and bloodthirsty than he is. On top of that, Dracula is little more than the servant of an ironic twist ending. All that's missing is the Crypt Keeper giggling in the final panel.  
 
 

 
 
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   March 16, 2017 dano357 Changed blurb for this issue.
   September 12, 2015 Drax Added Dracula to the issue.
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