Previewing "Stoker's Dracula" #3 from Marvel Comics

Back in September, CBR News told you about a comics project that has literally taken 30 years to complete. As we originally reported, thirty years ago comics veterans Roy Thomas and Dick Giordano set out to adapt Bram Stoker's "Dracula" in comic form at Marvel Comics. For a variety of reasons, detailed in our original interview, only about half of the story ever saw print. But then thirty years later editor Mark Beazley revived the project with the original creators, finally bringing the adaptation to a close.

Marvel has provided CBR News with 22-pages of preview art from issue #3 of "Stoker's Dracula." This is the first issue of the series to contain all new art by Dick Giordano. Click the images below to enlarge.

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