Dracula is searching for a woman who looks like his long dead wife.
Did You Know?
The entire run of The Tomb of Dracula was penciled by Gene Colan
, with Tom Palmer inking virtually all (although Gil Kane drew many of the covers for the first few years, as he did for many other Marvel titles). Colan based the visual appearance of Marvel's Dracula not on Bela Lugosi
, Christopher Lee
, or any other actor who had played the vampire on film, but rather on actor Jack Palance
. Palance would play Dracula in a television production of Stoker's novel the year after The Tomb of Dracula debuted. See more
When Dracula hurls the man out of the upper story window of the hotel, the cushion that breaks the stuntman's fall can be briefly seen in the lower left corner of the screen. See more
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