from Dracula Lives ! No. 3 (Marvel Comics, October 1973)
Solomon Kane never got his own magazine from the Marvel / Curtis lineup of the 70s, regularly appearing as a backup feature in magazines like 'The Savage Sword of Conan'.
This didn't mean the character got short shrift; many of the Kane strips were very good, and among the best of them is this entry from Marvel's Dracula Lives ! black and white comic magazine (No. 3, October 1973).
You can't go wrong with Solomon Kane battling werewolves, brigands,and dueling with the Count, with a seductive vampire girl thrown into the mix for good measure......
The artwork by Alan Weiss and 'The Crusty Bunkers' (a team of inkers working at Neal Adams's Continuity Studios during the 70s) is top-notch.
[Solomon Kane would tangle with Dracula again, in the sequel 'Retribution in Blood' from The Savage Sword of Conan , No. 26, 1978.]
As far as I'm concerned, this strip is markedly superior to any and all of the newer 'Solomon Kane' comics that Dark Horse has issued in the past few years.........