Dracula Lives #10 - Neal Adams art

Dracula Lives v1 #10, 1975 - Set in the present day, Lilith, daughter of Dracula, patronizes a small New York City bar in this solo back-up story. Bob Brown's pencils get a considerable boost from the inks of the Crusty Bunkers, a group of collaborative artists which include Neal Adams. They frequently assisted others during the bronze age, with Adams contributing significantly. His hand is evident on most of the characters' faces and figures, but most prominently on the opening splash page. The artist turns a mediocre effort into one of the title's more memorable tales. Other artists in this issue include Tony DeZuniga, Dick Giordano, Win Mortimer and Luis Domingez (cover). This is number 3 of 3 Dracula Lives issues with Adams art and/or covers.
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"The Blood Book" Adams story partial inks (Bob Brown pencils) 16 pages (black and white) = ***

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1 comment:

  1. Despite the nice inks on Lilith's backside it's hard to determine what exactly is happening in panel four.