TOMB OF DRACULA (1972) #13 - Descriptive Bibliography

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Plot Synopsis: Tomb of Dracula (1972) #13
Death of Dracula. Guest-starring Blade. Origin of Blade. First appearance of Deacon Frost. "To Kill a Vampire!" is written by Marv Wolfman and drawn by Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. Quincy Harker's daughter Edith has become the latest victim to fall under the fangs of Dracula. Her death has brought together five of the Vampire Lord's greatest foes: Harker, Dracula's descendant Frank Drake, Rachel Van Helsing, Taj and Blade, the street-wise vampire hunter, each who renew their vows to destroy their undead foe.

Meanwhile, their target is flexing his wings in the dark London night air, visiting a boxing match and stopping an attack on a local girl (only to take the girl's life himself). Outside of the city, Dracula has taken up residence in a sleepy hamlet and has entranced many of its inhabitants to be his agents, to be activated at his command. But Harker and his crew have their own agents. They soon spot the monster and report his location. Rushing to the scene, the team surrounds Dracula and in one dramatic instant, Blade's wooden knife finds his undying heart!

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Title: To Kill a Vampire

Featuring: The Tomb Of Dracula

Credits: Marv Wolfman (Script), Gene Colan (Pencils), Tom Palmer (Inks), Tom Palmer (Colors), John Costanza (Letters).

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Publisher: MarvelTitle: TOMB OF DRACULA (1972)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
13 (20.25) 41.00 81.00 (135.00) 201.00 333.00

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