Appearing in "In the Blood"Edit

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  • Emson Bend
  • Dearborn Center for Hemoralgic Disease Control



Synopsis for "In the Blood"Edit

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  • This issue helps to establish that there are at least two distinct breeds of vampires. There are the traditional vampires who become nocturnal creatures after sharing blood with another vampire, but there are also those who are born as vampires. The concept behind these "pureblood" vampires was first introduced in the 1998 film Blade and has since been adapted into standard comic continuity.
  • When Adam and Dracula are forced to team-up together, Adam says that all they need is Abbott and Costello to make it feel like "old times". This remark is in reference to the 1948 Universal Pictures film, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. The film pits Vaudeville comedians Bud Abbott and Lou Costello against Dracula, the Wolf-Man and the Frankenstein Monster. It is also the last Silver Screen appearance of the classic Universal Monsters.

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