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Appearing in "The Vampire Killers"Edit
Synopsis for "The Vampire Killers"Edit
Continued from last issue....
Captured by a mob of angry villagers in Transylvania, the Frankenstein Monster has been tied to a pyre and set ablaze. As the villagers watch the Monster burn, Dracula enters a woman's home and makes her his next victim. Her dying screams alert the villagers who go after Dracula in the hopes of destroying him as well, leaving the Monster unattended. With nobody to watch him, the Monster then uses his superior strength to break free of his bonds and escape a fiery death.
The villagers find Dracula just after he's fed upon his latest victim and attempt to destroy him, however the vampire lord manages to escape. The villagers are caught off guard when the Frankenstein Monster appears and easily beats them aside. Tempted to kill them all, the Monster grants them mercy and walks away into the darkness. Meanwhile, Dracula visits a coffin maker to find a coffin to sleep the day away in. Finding one suitable for his needs, Dracula then feeds upon the coffin maker before resting.
The Frankenstein Monster however has made it back to the cave where he originally found Dracula and finds Carmen there. Carmen reveals that she has been turned into a vampire by Dracula and bites at the Monster's throat damaging the creatures vocal chords. With no other choice, the Monster drives a stake into Carmen's heart, killing her instantly. Dracula then attacks him intent on turning the Monster into one of his vampire slaves. However, Dracula underestimates the situation and soon finds that the sun is rapidly rising. Keeping Dracula at bay with a shrewdly made cross, Dracula is too weakened to flee and begins to disintegrate in the sun. However, before this can happen, the Monster drives a stake into Dracula's chest causing him to dissolve into a skeleton.
With Dracula defeated, the Frankenstein Monster is startled when he is confronted by a man named Vincent Frankenstein.
This story is continued next issue....
Appearing in "Seeing Eye"Edit
Synopsis for "Seeing Eye"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- "The Vampire Killers" is reprinted in the Essential Monster of Frankenstein trade paperback.
- "Seeing Eye" was originally printed in Uncanny Tales #22.
- First appearance of Vincent von Frankenstein.
- Final appearance of Carmen.
- No trivia.
- Frankenstein's Monster image gallery
- Frankenstein's Monster chronology page
- Frankenstein's Monster quotes page
- Dracula image gallery
- Dracula chronology page
- Dracula quotes page
- Bloodstone #1-4
- Book of the Dead #1-4
- Legion of Monsters #1
- Marvel Classics Comics #9
- Marvel Classics Comics #20
- Monster of Frankenstein #1-18
- Monsters Unleashed #1-11
- Tomb of Dracula (Volume 1) #1-70
- Tomb of Dracula (Volume 2) #1-6
- Tomb of Dracula (Volume 3) #1-4
- Tomb of Dracula (Volume 4) #1-4
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Frankenstein article at Wikipedia
- Frankenstein (Universal movie) article at Wikipedia
- Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus; Mary Shelly, 1818
- Frankenstein's Monster article at Wikipedia
- Monster of Frankenstein series index at the Grand Comics Database
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