Vampirella #1 Values
Publisher: Warren, 1969
About Vampirella #1Origin and first appearance of Vampirella. Frank Frazetta cover and frontispiece. Neal Adams and Reed Crandall art. Forrest J. Ackerman story.
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Pencils: Frank Frazetta (painting)(signed)
Inks: Frank Frazetta (painting)(signed)
Colors: Frank Frazetta (painting)(signed)
Synopsis: Vampirella, weak from the drought on Draculon, discovers a ship full of humans who's blood has the same consistency as the "water" on Draculon.
Script: Forrest J. Ackerman
Pencils: Tom Sutton (signed)
Inks: Tom Sutton (signed)
Letters: Tom Sutton
Notes: Original origin of Vampirella. Vampi not wearing her 'usual' costume at this point. While the title on the first story page reads "Vampirella of Draculon," the last word is spelled "Drakulon" in the table of contents and on the second story page, and subsequently became the canonical spelling.
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