...he was taken captive by Admiral Maltemps, whose weather-controlling dirigibles are approaching the American coastline...
Written by Don Segal and illustrated by Bill Fraccio & Tony Tallarico, the finale of Dell's Dracula #3 (1967) sets up future plotlines involving both the underworld and the young lady Our Hero met on board.
Fear not, faithful one!
The superhero incarnations of Dracula and Frankenstein will return...next Halloween!
...travelling by ship from Europe to America, the incognito hero discovers a fleet of mysterious airships also heading for the USA...
Is Dracula's superhero career over before it's begun?
Will Admiral Maltemps freeze/drown the USA and Canada into submission?
For the answers to these and other questions...
Tune in tomorrow... Same Bat-Time! Same Bat-Blog!
Written by Don Segal and illustrated by Bill Fraccio & Tony Tallarico, Dell's Dracula #3 (1967) finally gets our hero into costume, into super-heroic action, and into his first cliffhanger-style death-trap.
As neophyte superhero Dracula makes his way to America...
...he encounters not only the first of many threats, but somone destined to play a major part in his future!
But first, let's recap his origin...
Dracula Takes Flight!
Written by Don Segal and illustrated by Bill Fraccio & Tony Tallarico, Dell's Dracula #3 (1967) will not only finally get to some costumed kick-butt action, but introduces the person who will shortly become his sidekick.
(A "Bat-Man" without a sidekick? Inconceivable!)
Can you guess who, of the people we saw in this chapter, it is?
...actually, we haven't seen this battle, and there's a good reason for that, which will be revealed shortly!
A criminal computer can control humans' thought processes...including Frankenstein, whom it uses as a super-powered slave until he is freed by his butler and aide, William!
As Frankenstein plans his counter-attack, nosy reporter Ann Thrope is taken captive by the computer's men.
When Frankenstein attempts to invade the computer's base of operations, he's trapped.
With its' hq's location no longer a secret, the diabolical device prepares to move to a new base...
Doc Savage had the same idea decades earlier, resulting in his Crime College, where he performed brain surgery on criminals to achieve that result!
The end of the digital device's criminal career is from Dell's Frankenstein #3 (1966), written by Don Segall and illustrated by Bill Fraccio & Tony Tallarico.