BUT GETTING BACK TO DRACULA...
Greetings and salutations to you all here on our third straight night/day of the continuing countdown to that hallowed eve that shall remain nameless!
Tonight just a casual view of some artistic depictions of Dracula in the popular culture.
And some not-so-artistic ones...
Why look what someone has gone and done to a fountain cherub?
Guess even they like to dress up for the occasion!
Is it possible that Batman borrowed his symbol from Dracula?
I believe this was a 1938 production.
I dunno, but it sure seems those Bat-fellas borrowed a lot from the pictures, why not the theatre too?
The great illustrator Frank Frazetta has a little fun with the monsters and Dracula most prominently!
(Click to Frazettafy this one to the proper size)
Dracula and his spiffy chopper!
Yes, even Tweety has been Dracula-fied!
Does this mean we should cheer for Sylvester Van Helsing?
Well, that's enough for tonight--in the meantime enjoy this greeting