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    Gene Colan and Tom Palmer Tomb of Dracula #37 Complete 18-Page Story Original Art (Marvel, 1975). The team of writer Marv Wolfman and artist Gene Colan (and later inker Tom Palmer) helped to stake out Dracula's claim as Marvel's preeminent Monster title. This story, "The Vampire is coming! The Vampire is coming!" is a perfect example of why. The story also features a few pages of Brother Voodoo at the end. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board with image areas of 10" x 15". There is production tape in the margins, and some taped-on "continued..." strips at the bottom of some pages. The very nice splash page that opens the story was reproduced as a stat to shrink the image slightly, to make room for the paste-up header. Everything on that page is a stat or paste-up; however, the original art Page 1 is also included in this group for a total of 19 pages for an 18 page story. In Very Good condition.

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