Nosferatu, of course, was the first Dracula movie made (although without the benefit of properly licensing the book)... Bandai is a Japanese company that produced a nice series of monster figurines like these in what's called a "super-deformed" style.
This is page 27 from Marvel's Tomb of Dracula comic, by Gene Colan. The text at the bottom was standard for the time... Marvel would have plugs for other comics in their line splashed on the bottom of each story page! Fortunately, it didn't last that long.
Some fans of the Aurora monster model kits decided it was a shame that some Universal characters were never represented in plastic form... so Fantasy Boxes were designed, and (as you can imagine) sold!
Government Comics: Three Who Came Back!
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