Air Date: November 23, 1979
Dracula comes back from the un-dead and is out to get his revenge on Van Hellsing. It looks like Spider-Woman is the only one who can stop him!
So, in this episode, Vampire is able to turn others into both vampires and werewolves for some reason, but because of this he turns Spider-Woman into both simultaneously. As far as I’m concerned, this means that Spider-Woman started Twilight, Underworld, and anything else involving both werewolves and vampires since this came out. Oh, also Frankenstein shows up and he’s able to transform others into other Frankensteins, because why not?
Okay, this is probably the schlockiest episode so far. It feels like I’m watching a B-movie even with all the inconsistent logic, and crazy ass-pulls coming left and right for an absolutely enjoyable 22 minutes. It’s just nuts, really, and though it’s something I would only recommend to people who like really bad sci-fi from the 40s and 50s, but for people like me, this is great.
+10: So bad it’s great