Dracula (Dell)

 DRA1   (Dell, 1962, 1966-1973)

™ and ©1966, 1972 Dell Publishing Co.

Dell reinvents the most famous Transylvanian villain as a super-hero in this imaginative series. In short, after years of living down his family name’s ill-deserved infamy, Al Dracula discovers a serum that can cure brain disease. Unfortunately, since the serum is derived from bats, it has a side effect: those who take it can turn into a bat at will and always have the phenomenal radar sense of bats. When Dracula accidentally drinks some of his own serum, he decides to use his new super-powers to combat evil as it appears, especially in America, where he is introducing his miracle cure.

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#1

  10/1/1962
  $0.12
  $40.00
No copies available
Movie adaptationDon SegallMax Elkan

#2

  11/1/1966
  $0.12
  $66.00
4 copies available from $3.00
Origin of Dracula (Al U. Card)Don SegallBill Fraccio

#3

  2/1/1967
  $0.12
  $105.00
2 copies available from $9.99
 Don SegallBill Fraccio

#4

  3/1/1967
  $0.12
  $11.00
1 copy available for $9.99
Origin of Fleeta (B.B. Beebe)Don SegallBill Fraccio

#6

  7/1/1972
  $0.15
  $54.00
5 copies available from $12.00
Reprints from Dracula (Dell) #2; Follows #4 (there was no #5)Don SegallBill Fraccio

#7

  11/1/1972
  $0.15
  $19.00
2 copies available from $20.00
Reprints from Dracula (Dell) #3Don SegallBill Fraccio

#8

  7/1/1973
  $0.20
  $13.50
2 copies available from $13.00
Reprints from Dracula (Dell) #4; Final IssueDon SegallBill Fraccio