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Old 07-30-2013, 08:25 AM   #1561 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by TORaptor4Ever View Post
Huh. Cool. One of my old buddies from Jr. High has his cover art featured right now on the front page of Marvel.com. His name's Kalman Andrasofsky. Dude is living his dream. Pretty cool to see.
which one ?...checked the homepage but couldn't see any artists names...i've always been incredibly envious of people who can draw

congrats to your friend...having your work on Marvel's website is very special

another Great Page...The Tomb of Dracula #10

In 1971, the Comics Code was revised after more than 15 years of existence. Formed in 1954 in an effort to keep the federal government off of the comics industry’s back, the Code existed to keep everything nice and G-rated. Nothing remotely questionable was to be found in the pages of the stories kids could buy at the local drug store. Among those ideas deemed questionable was most things found in horror comics. However, the 1971 revision allowed “classic” versions of monsters like Frankenstein, the Wolfman, and Dracula to once again grace mainstream comics. Wasting little time, Marvel debuted a new title in 1972 named The Tomb of Dracula.

The series focused on Dracula, who returned to undead life in the very first issue. But it was in issue ten that a prominent vampire hunter made his first debut. Created by Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan, the writer and artist for most of Tomb of Dracula‘s run, Blade appeared in an effort to hunt down Dracula and upend the master vampire’s plans. Though he looked very much of his time, afro and all, Blade would prove himself as a force to be reckoned with and someone that no vampire in the Marvel universe could ever take lightly.

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