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99 (June/July 1966.) "Super-Hope Meets Super-Hip." 24p.
104 (Apr./May 1967.) "Somebody Stole Our Teachers Hooray!
v Unnamed, Phil Jones (the latter, unjusty accused of being the vampire, ends up acting as one.) ** no.
v various undead vampires and Tom Malverne, aka Jack the Ripper, a candidate to unlife who fails the test to become a vampire and is killed by the undead.
No’s 62-174 contain a few stories with vampire-like monsters (not technically vampires, however) that escaped the dictates of the Code.
"Our Factory Fortnight" by Alan Moore & Steve Parkhouse. v The Hyena (a vampire-like creature who survives by “absorbing” the dead.) ** no. v Plant described as “a vampire plant” (it hypnotizes and drains victims.) ** no. v Count Wolfgang von Roehmer, Helena Ayres [Ghost Manor #57 (1981.)] c. v Unnamed [Forbidden Worlds #6(1952.)] Adventures into Weird Worlds. A woman who poses as a vampire in order to murder her husband is undone by a real vampire v John Ashby [rpt.
Adventurer: The Superior Fantasy & Science Fiction Games Magazine.