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Comic #5155

1 Taxi Driver: Here is Bran Castle. Totally not haunted.
2 Adam: This is it! This is where Count Dracula lives!
2 Jamie: According to myth...
3 Adam: Well, yeah. But we all know that myths are usually true!
4 Adam: Especially the fun ones!
4 Jamie: I vote you experience the “fun” first.

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I suspect if you did a poll of how many people would like to meet a real vampire, there'd be a disturbingly large number of respondents who would say yes.

I remember when I was a kid, vampire stories were terrifying and there's no way you'd ever want to meet one of those foul creatures. But now vampires are often portrayed as cool and sexy.

I want my old-fashioned horrifying spawn-of-evil vampires back.

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