Link: Comic 80
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Title: Fangs for the Memories
Date: June 6, 2005
Summary: Steve inadvertantly resurrects the evil Count Dracula
"Fin" style: In a jar, among Steve's pets
Number of panels: 13
Beaver, holding a torch, SL-I-DE!s open a coffin
Beaver: "Here it is Steve..."
The coffin is fully open, revealing a skeleton with a stake in its chest.
Beaver: "...The last resting place of Count Dracula himself!"
Steve: "Ooooh. Gross."
Beaver: "Now whatever you do Steve do not touch that wooden stake. I cannot stress that enough, understand?"
Steve: "Yes Beaver."
Beaver searches through bag.
Beaver: "Now, where did i put that holy water?"
Beaver returns to find the coffin empty and Dracula standing next to Steve.
Beaver: (angry) "Steve, did you touch that stake?"
Dracula: "Oh he so did"
Steve: "Hey! Tattle-tail!"
Dracula NYEH!s at Steve
Dracula PFOOF!s into a bat.
Dracula: "See you later suckers!"
Dracula: "Though I suppose that technically I'm the 'Sucker'..."
Steve CATCH!es Dracula in a jar.
Dracula: "Oh! Hey! Release me at once or face my terrible vengeance!"
Steve SHAKE-A-SHAKE!s Dracula in the jar.
Steve: "Can I keep it Beaver?"
Beaver: "Ok Steve, but you have to look after it."
Dracula is in a jar on a shelf with Steve's other pets.
Dracula: "I am the prince of the night!"
Dracula: "I demand that you change my litter!"
- If the wooden stake is removed from a dead vampire, he or she will actually come back to life.
- Count Dracula is a tattle-tail.
- In the book Dracula, Count Dracula was killed with a knife, rather than a stake.
- The spider in the last panel is a reference to the one in Comic 19.
- Dracula is a reference to the title character of Bram Stoker's 1897 novel.