When the horror craze struck the world of comic books back in the early 1970s, Marvel was out in front with a proliferation of titles featuring things that go bump in the night. One of the biggest hits of the period was the "The Tomb of Dracula" starring everybody's favorite bloodsucker. Sink your teeth into this tasty lot of (4) key issues from this popular title, with:
#1 Inaugural issue from 4/72 with the first appearance of Dracula & Frank Drake with art by Gene Colan and cover by Neal Adams. This handsome example is clean and bright with abundant gloss and only minor traces of wear, leading to a respectable grade of (FN-VF 7.0).
#10 First appearance of Blade the Vampire Slayer (GD 2.0)
#58 All Blade issue regular "30-cents" cover (FN- 5.5)
#70 Last issue of the run, double-size edition (VG-FN 5.0)