Dr. Strange Vs. Dracula: The Montesi Formula

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Marvel, Oct 18, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 160 pages
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It's the Sorcerer Supreme against the Emperor of the Undead! Dracula wants Earth to fall under the spell of the Darkhold, but Doctor Strange has joined Blade and the Nightstalkers in a quest to vanquish all vampires! See the origins of vampirism itself unveiled! Guest-starring the Scarlet Witch and Nextwave's Monica! Collects Tomb of Dracula #44 & Doctor Strange #14, 58-62.

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Review: Dr. Strange Vs. Dracula: The Montesi Formula (Doctor Strange Marvel Comics)

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Roger Stern is one of the best comics writers I have ever read, and his work on Dr. Strange is as good as everything else he's done. The early stories are a little overwritten, as 70's Marvel books tend to be, but once the Stern epic begins, the book works beautifully. Read full review

Review: Dr. Strange Vs. Dracula: The Montesi Formula (Doctor Strange Marvel Comics)

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I will re-read this & re-rate it, but I don't remember liking it very much... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Marv Wolfman has created more characters that have gone on to television, animation, movies and toys than any other comics creator since Stan Lee. Marv is the writer-creator of Blade, the Vampire Hunter which has been turned into three hit movies starring Wesley Snipes, as well as a TV series. Marv also created Bullseye, the prime villain in the 2003 movie, Daredevil, and was the writer-creator of the New Teen Titans which was a runaway hit show on the Cartoon Network. It has also been picked up as a live action movie. Marv's character Cyborg, has also been featured on the TV show Smallville,

Steve Englehart is best known for writing for such comics series as "Spider-Man", "Captain America", "Superman", "The Fantastic Four", and "Batman "for DC and Marvel Comics, and for his novels "The Point Man, The Long Man "and "The Plain Man". He has been named Favorite Writer at the Eagle Awards, and has also won an Inkpot Award for his comics work. He lives in the San Francisco Bay area, where he is currently working on a new Max August novel.

Dan Green is a freelance science writer and editor who consulted on Basher's previous book for Kingfisher, "The Periodic Table".

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