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Appearing in "Lord of Death... Lord of Hell!"Edit

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  • Turac (Only in flashback)
  • Maria (Only in flashback)
  • Vlad (Only in flashback)

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Synopsis for "Lord of Death... Lord of Hell!"Edit

Continued from last issue....

Dracula after having been turned into a vampire had gotten revenge against Turac the invading Turk who murdered his wife Maria. After burying his wife in the woods, the naked Dracula vows to get revenge against the whole world for the death of his wife. He then notices far off in the sky other vampires like himself approaching. Waiting to greet them, he is attacked and easily overpowered and the vampires carry him off into the night sky.

Dracula revives to find himself before Nimrod the First, the king of the vampires. Nimrod orders Dracula to claim his loyalty to him, however Dracula only threatens Nimrod's death. Nimrod accepts Dracula's challenge and tells him that the next day they will fight the Tournament of Stakes.

Given his own quarters, Dracula waits out the nigh, he is visited by a female vampire named Lala, who was at the side of Nimrod. She tells Dracula that while Nimrod owns her body, he does not own her soul and gives herself to him. Still mourning the loss of his wife Maria, Dracula is at first seduced until he looks at her fangs. Disgusted because she is as dead as he is, Dracula angrily rejects her and orders her out of his room. Insulted, Lala flees vowing that Nimrod will slay him in the tournament. That night, Dracula goes out and feasts upon a young gypsy couple before returning to Nimrod's lair to sleep the day.

The following night, Dracula is brought before Nimrod where they prepare to battle the Tournament of Stakes, the victor would kill his opponent and would be crowned king of the vampires. Nimrod has the advantage in combat, having long mastered his vampiric abilities. When Dracula attempts to lunge at Nimrod, the vampire king turns into mist causing Dracula to imbed his stake into the ground instead. Although disarmed, Dracula gains the advantage when Lala attempts to slay him from behind. Hearing her approach, Dracula easily disarms her and then throws her at Nimrod. Lala is impaled upon Nimrod's stake and disintegrates into dust.

When Nimrod resumes his attack, Dracula drops to the ground and flips Nimrod over him with his legs, making the vampire king land upon the stake that is stuck in the ground. Impaled upon the stake, Nimrod is killed instantly and Dracula is the winner of the tournament. With Nimrod dead, the vampires all hail Dracula as their new master.

Appearing in "The Vampire-Man"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Adventures into Terror #29.

For a full synopsis, please see the comic linked in this message box. Any new or updated information can and should be added to this page. Otherwise, the majority of the information contained on this page is similar to that of the comic linked in this message box.

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Synopsis for "The Vampire-Man"Edit



--For a full synopsis of this comic, please see the original publishing of this comic in Adventures into Terror #29.--


Appearing in "Castle of the Undead"Edit

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Appearing in "I Was Once Born a Gentle Man"Edit

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Synopsis for "I Was Once Born a Gentle Man"Edit

Text story.

Appearing in "Fire Burn, Cauldron Bubble"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Adventures into Terror #27.

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Synopsis for "Fire Burn, Cauldron Bubble"Edit



--For a full synopsis of this comic, please see the original publishing of this comic in Adventures into Terror #27.--


Appearing in "Shadow in the City of Light"Edit

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  • Helen DuBois

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  • Jacques DuBois

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Synopsis for "Shadow in the City of Light"Edit

Paris, France: Dracula is being shipped into the country, and his arrival is anticipated by one Helen DuBois who is attempting to drive a stake into Dracual's heart. Unfortunately, she attempts to do so at dusk and Dracula awakens in enough time to stop her. Dracula attempts to use his hypnotic power to learn why the girl was attempting to destroy him, but only learns that she had heard rumor that he was traveling from New Orleans to Paris and passes out. Intrigued to know why this woman attempted to kill him, sensing a greater motivation, Dracula decides to spare her life so that he might learn the reason.

While at the Notre Dame Cathedral, the night security guard comes across an intruder, and upon shining a flashlight on it, is horrified to find that it's an animated stone gargoyle. As this is happening, Dracula goes out and finds a fresh victim to feed on. As he is doing so, Helen revives and attempts once more to slay Dracula. Dracula manages to stop her and once again puts her in his hypnotic spell. Taking her to a cafe, she tells Dracula that she had gone after him to get revenge against her great-great grandfather, Jacques DuBois whom Dracula killed years ago.

Dracula recalls the episode, remembering back to the year 1789, he was out with a young woman whom he intended to feed upon when he was attacked by an animated stone gargoyle created by Jacques. Dracula would smash the statue and then, knowing who had sent it, would seek DuBois out. They would fight, and Jacques would be pushed in the magical potion thinking him destroyed Dracula would leave and not look back.

What Dracula doesn't know is that he potion had turned DuBois into a stone gargoyle himself and that now that Dracula is back in Paris he was home to seek out Dracula. Jacques would eventually find Dracula and his great-great granddaughter. DuBois would tell Dracula that Cagliostro had told him the only way to free himself would be be destroying Dracula. Scoffing at the notion and telling Dubois that the only way to free himself is destruction, would fly away in bat form. DuBois would follow after and Dracula would trick him into flying into the Eiffel Tower. The resulting impact would cause DuBois' stone form to crack and fall to the ground shattering him into pieces and ending his threat.

Dracula would return to the ground to find Helen at the remains of her ancestor, and Dracula would warn the girl of the foolishness of vengeance for the past, how it would ultimately lead to her destruction. Dracula then departs, leaving the girl with to ponder this advice by the remains of Jacques.

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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