Tomb of Dracula #18
Tomb of Dracula #16-17
Dracula Lives #4
Weirdly enough, the race of the helicopter pilot carrying Rachel and Dracula changes between WbN #15 and ToD#19.
Posted by: Mark Drummond | August 17, 2011 11:56 AM
Darcula's logo looks a lot like the Adam West Batman logo.
Posted by: Chaim Shraga | June 4, 2012 3:32 PM
Len Wein later stated in an interview that Werewolf By Night was his first Marvel assignment.
Posted by: Mark Drummond | July 15, 2012 5:45 PM
First off, love this site. I remember as a kid picking up the old Power Records at K-Mart with 45" vinyl, condensed versions of the comics with reworked lettering, and,in the Marvel Monsters subset, a heavy dose of narration by ol' Speed Racer himself, Peter Fernandez (RIP). For "The Curse of the Werewolf", they blended Marvel Spotlight #2 (Jack Russell's origin) with Tomb of Dracula #18. Odd in hindsight to blend two such contrasting art styles, though I am a fan of both Ploog and Colan. As a 7-8 year it was entertaing and spooky, and still fun to revisit 40-odd years later.
Posted by: Brian Coffey | May 14, 2017 10:41 AM
Also recall the book-and-record packaging of TOD #19 as "Terror in the Snow". If memory serves, they kept in the part where Dracula kills the ram for food and complained of the taste. Bet that weirded out a few impressionable young minds!
Posted by: Brian Coffey | May 16, 2017 12:00 AM
My recommended music for reading TOD #19 to would be Yes' "South Side of the Sky" from the FRAGILE album. Of course, that song is great for any story with prominent snow and mountains. A fan favorite, it was rarely played live because the members found it tough to get the right sound. For reading comics in general, if I need some background music, I tend towards progressive rock like Yes or Jethro Tull to set the mood.
Posted by: Brian Coffey | May 26, 2017 9:30 AM