There just aren't enough jive talkin' astronauts around these days. And regulations would never let the hero of Planet Of The Vampires, Chris Galland rock those luscious locks of his.
Published by Atlas Comics at a time when diversity was a much sought commodity in comics, Planet Of Vampires positively REEKS of the 70's and is all the better for it. Action paced, incredibly dates, Vampires is a hoot and a holler to read and screams CULT on every page.
Sporting a Neal Adams cover and featuring early work by such luminaries as Pat Broderick, Planet Of Vampires tells the tale of what occurs when a team return from their mission in space to find, not only that Earth is in seeming ruins, but that a dread new force has taken over; VAMPIRES!!!!
These aren't your garden variety vampires though, no, these are brand spankin' new TECHNO vampires.When technology and myth combine, then you know that Chris Galland and his jive talking, afro sporting crew are going to kick arse and take numbers.
Planet Of The Vampires... It's the only planet worth living on.