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Quincy Harker has poisoned Dracula with a wooden dart. Desperate to be free from the pain, Dracula seeks out Heinrich Mortte, a doctor with a terrible secret. Discover the secret here!

While the hypnotized children attack the vampire hunters, Dracula uses a device to raise an army of undead.



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Badly Thought-Out 0

Good art, but everything else is pretty poor.Dracula is a cartoon villain here, the jeopardy that our heroes find themselves in is fairly weak and is resolved in ridiculous fashion, the device featured in the story is silly, and the new vampire’s backstory and motivations are childish.The series now seems slapdash and badly thought-out.3/10...

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Tries To Do Too Much 0

While the art of Tomb of Dracula has never looked better now that Ernie Chua has been added as inker, the writing is pretty much a mess. Marv Wolfman clearly has a lot of ideas, but the problem is he throws them all in at once, making a gumbo of vampire lore that sometimes works and sometimes falls flat: this issue we get kids under hypnotic control by Dracula that are armed with knives, but that get scared off and come back for no apparent reason, we get a vampire that's pretty much good, there...

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