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Our Highest Recommendation. Since Stoker’s 1897 opus, tales of the vampiric Prince of Darkness have permeated the world. But the premier, 1966 graphic novel, produced by legendary Creepy magazine founding editor, Russ Jones, EC writer Otto Binder and Star Trek artist Al McWilliams is finally back in print in a luxurious expanded hardcover with annotation by Sir Christopher Lee and cover by Frazetta! A tastefully terrifying addition to every horror fiend’s library. Vanguard, 2021.

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Since Stoker’s 1897 opus, tales of the vampiric Prince of Darkness have permeated the world. But the premier, 1966 graphic novel, produced by legendary Creepy magazine founding editor, Russ Jones, EC writer Otto Binder and Star Trek artist Al McWilliams is finally back in print in a luxurious expanded hardcover with annotation by Sir Christopher Lee and cover by Frazetta! A tastefully terrifying addition to every horror fiend’s library.

This is a long unseen work by master artist Al McWilliams (1916-1993). On top of his outstanding work work for the early Warren Magazines, he drew the superb Twin Earths newspaper strip from 1952 to 1963, then worked on Dateline: Danger! from 1968-74, and contributed to strips including Rip Kirby, and Dan Flagg. He also drew Flash Gordon, Buck Rogers, Doctor Solar and other characters, working for Marvel, Archie, Dell, Gold Key, Tower, Red Circle and Atlas/Seaboard. He worked on comics’ Star Trek beginning in 1979.

Introduction by Christopher Lee, whose long career includes many appearances as Count Dracula in the Hammer horror films, as well as Count Dooku in the Star Wars prequel trilogy and Sauruman in the Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit.

For Halloween 2021, Vanguard has enlarged, revised, and expanded this historic but long-out-of print classic (it was first published as a mass-market paperback), in a luxurious hardcover edition with a new historic essay by publisher and author J. David Spurlock. His well-illustrated introductions includes art by Neal Adams, Jim Steranko, Jon Muth, Jack David, Al Williamson, Basil Gogos, Berni Wrightson, Sanjulian, Bob Larkin, Gray Morrow, and Gene Colan.

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