Willie is a drinker with a failing business, a wax museum with monsters that scare no one. While in his cups, Willie decides to jump a freighter to Hungary and hire a real vampire to scare the hell out of people. He should have sobered up and thought out that business plan a bit more.
Stan Lee wrote this off-the-wall horror story, and Bill Everett drew it. Everett liked drawing horror stories, which gave him the opportunity to draw some really great-looking monsters. The vampire in “Vampire, Beware!” is far from the Count Dracula cliché. Willie must have been truly desperate to make an employment offer to such a horrible, toothy creature.