"Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter" Comics Adaptation – Part 2

For those of you who are deftly avoiding the rays of the sun this holiday weekend as much as I am, here’s the thrilling conclusion to “Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter” from “Hammer’s Halls of Horror” issue 20.  As with last time, click the image to go to its Flickr page, then click ALL SIZES to see the expanded version.  Enjoy!

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And from the back cover of the magazine, a bonus treat for Pierre and the other denizens, fans and friends of Frankensteinia:
"Revenge of Frankenstein" Poster Art

4 thoughts on “"Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter" Comics Adaptation – Part 2”

  1. What a sweet, wonderful shoutout. Thanks very much.
    I actually saw that film with that title, dubbed in French, in a neighborhood theater a couple of years after it first came out. It plucked me out of my cinema seat in East End Montreal and put me in orbit. For nostalgic reasons, it is still my second favorite Frankenstein movie ever, right behind the James Whale classic.

  2. The last line alone is worth the price of admission. I imagine you and the Baron share similar exchanges while stirring the spaghetti sauce come evening?

  3. You’re welcome, Pierre! I love the fact that the colorfulness if the poster really complements the trademark, super-saturated Hammer palette. It’s a stunner, all right.

    Brian–indeed! It’s hard, thirsty work, is hunting vampires 🙂

    Mirko, I’m glad to have shared something new! Thanks for the comment.

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