The pictures of Dracula below come from different sources.
The first picture shows the original cover of Bram Stoker's book Dracula. This was the book from which the originally obscure legend of count Dracula gained its
The second is Dracula on the cover of the comics magazine Dracula. Here Dracula appears as a superhero, giving a weird twist to the original concept of evil.
The third picture is an old image of Vladislav Dracula, or Vlad Tepes the Impaler, the 15th century Romanian price who stood behind the myth. The name Dracula comes from the word
"demon" in Romanian and etymologically related to the word "dracon" or "dragon."
The forth picture is a production staff printer's film negative sheet used in the production and printing of the VAMPIRELLA comics, starring the sexy woman vampire from Harris Comics/Warren Publications.
The fifth picture is a woodblock print of the attoricities of Vlad the Impaler, more commonly known by the name of Dracula.
The sixth picture is the cover of the comics magazine The Tomb of Dracula, showing Dracula escaping with a woman in his arms.