Martial-arts magazine with no comic book elements. Instead, The Deadliest Heroes of Kung Fu contained instructional features by comics illustrator/martial artist Frank McLaughlin, and a reprinted discussion of the film Enter the Dragon originally published in three parts in The Deadly Hands of Kung Fu. The magazine carried no advertising.
Dracula Lives was another entry in Marvel's line of black-and-white comic magazines (Curtis Comic Inc.) published in the 1970s. Editor John Warner explained in the magazine's editorial page that The Deadliest Heroes of Kung Fu was a test release for an all-articles companion to Deadly Hands. It appears, with only one issue, the test was not successful.
|Total £||0.55||1.10||1.65||4.95||11.05||19.40||23.55||24.95||27.70||Total title value in pounds in UK markets|
|Total $||0.70||1.40||2.00||6.20||13.80||24.20||29.40||31.20||34.60||Total title value in dollars in US markets|
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