Death Dreams of Dracula

 DDOD   (Apple, 1991-1992)

©1991 Rickey Shanklin and Mark Wheatley

At the conclusion of Bram Stoker’s famous story, Quincey Morris and Jonathan Harker killed Dracula. Still denied his eternal rest, Dracula is caught in an eternal unlife. Death Dreams of Dracula deals with the Count’s “after” after-life. The Lord of Vampires has been banished to the material world where he must experience real pain.

One of the things that he can do is get into people’s dreams, and this power forms the basis for this series. For instance, Dracula finds himself in the dream of a biker gang. The gang dreams that they are breaking into a dinosaur amusement park. In the park, they try to kill the old guard. Just then the vampire shows up to save the day—and scare the living daylights out of the gang.

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Autographed By Mark Wheatley; B&WMark Wheatley, Rick ShanklinBrad Vancata, Ernie Guanlao, Mark Wheatley

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  11/1/1991
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B&WRick ShanklinBrian Thomas, Dave Simons, Chas Berlin, Mark Wheatley, Bernie Wrightson

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Wraparound cover.; B&WRick ShanklinBruce Patterson, Bernie Wrightson