The last comment mentions him dying at the hands of Blade, though he's in the "thought dead but isn't" category, and I know that he is in the new Apocalypse/Dracula series, so obviously he's currently alive, however I haven't read them yet. Could someone who keeps up with this put something at the bottom that might mention it?
Actually, that's "People who used to be dead but aren't anymore", which suggests he was resurrected. sononsj 19:13, 16 May 2006 (EDT)
Dracula always comes back, it's his mantra, and the Apocalypse/Dracula series is set primarily in 19th century London. --Viper 19:47, 16 May 2006 (EDT)
Sorry, I paraphrased the category. And thank you for the info about the A/D series, I'd have read it, but I just moved to a new state/city, and as far as I can tell, there isn't a REAL comic store anywhere in the surrounding cities. However, that begs the question, is Dracula currently non-existant in the continuity? Obviously, he's technically deceased, but he should be in the deceased category if the last thing that happened to him was being staked by Blade. Of course, we might just assume that he'll come back, but still...
If he does die die who should kill him and how