TOMB OF DRACULA (1972) (#1-70) (MARVEL) #39 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Tomb of Dracula (1972) #39
"The Death of Dracula!" is written by Marv Wolfman and drawn by Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. Not a joke. Not a hoax. Not an imaginary story. In this issue, the Lord of the Vampires is exterminated. How did this come to be? Robbed of much of his power by the macabre Doctor Sun, Dracula has been trapped along with his sworn enemies: descendant Frank Drake, Rachel Van Helsing and Quincy Harker. Doctor Sun, a disembodied brain with extraordinary mental powers, has battled Dracula for months slowly draining away his strength.

And finally, with the aid of his cadaverous man-servant Juno (think Frankenstein with a black belt), Doctor Sun sets about to finally annihilate his foe. The sudden, bumbling entrance of hack fiction writer Harold H. Harold and his vivacious girlfriend Aurora Rabinowitz (think Annie Hall) provides a brief comedic break in the tension. But the distraction is enough to prove fatal to Dracula as Juno plunges a silver stake into his heart!

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Title: The Death Of Dracula!

Featuring: Tomb Of Dracula

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

Title: The Twins of Evil!

Featuring: Hostess Fruit Pies The Incredible Hulk

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Publisher: MarvelTitle: TOMB OF DRACULA (1972) (#1-70) (MARVEL)
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39 (3.25) (6.50) (12.75) 22.25 38.00 (63.00)

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