Characters Appearing: Anna Reynolds, Dracula, Ricky Reynolds
Tomb of Dracula Magazine #3
Issue(s): Tomb of Dracula Magazine #3
After her attack from Dracula, Anna Reynolds had a problem with anemia and a sensitivity to sunlight, but she later recovered, remarried, and had another child. One day, though, that child began acting like she was in an exorcism story instead of a vampire story.
Dracula, meanwhile, begins to get weak, with no amount of blood satiating him.
He's also drawn to the child.
In fact, the child is able to control Dracula.
But, like in an exorcism story, the mother is able to reach the innocent child within through love.
The essence of Dracula that was in the child is returned to him, although he's knocked away by the force of it. The child is then restored to normal.
The majority of the story is actually watching Dracula go from victim to victim trying to fill his hunger before being drawn to the possessed child.
A second story in this magazine is by the same creative team, but instead of the usual narration panels and word balloons, the words are all in caption form. The story is about a painter that is corrupted and turned into a vampire by Dracula, and eventually kills herself in front of her agent.
Quality Rating: C+
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: Essential Tomb of Dracula vol. #3
This issue also featured a text story about Lilith.
Posted by: Michael | February 4, 2015 8:45 PM
Yeah, you're right, thanks.
Posted by: fnord12 | February 4, 2015 9:53 PM
is this the same Anne Reynolds from the Skull the slayer series? they look similar.
Posted by: kveto | February 27, 2016 7:28 PM
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