Zora la Vampira (Zora Pabst)

The Religious Affiliation of
Zora la Vampira
Zora Pabst

Religion: vampire CBR Scale: D

Name: Zora la Vampira

Alter Ego: Zora Pabst

Other Names: Zora the Vampire; Zara la Vampire; Zora E Gli Ibernauti; Lady Vampyre

Classification: lead character lead character  

Publisher(s): Edifumetto

First Appearance: Zora La Vampira #1 (1 Sep. 1972): "Zora la Vampira"

Creators: Giuseppe Pederiali (as Rubino Ventura), Birago Balzano

Super? (Has Super Powers/Special Abilities/Technology): Yes

Number of Appearances: 298

   Comic Book Appearances: 297

   TV, Film Appearances: 1

Occupation: servant

Worked for: Dracula

Nation: Italy

Gender: female

Note: possessed by spirit of Dracula, became his servant

Zora la Vampira was possessed by the spirit of Dracula and became his servant. Despite her name, it is not yet entirely clear to us whether Zora la Vampira was actually a vampire or a vampire servant. Perhaps she started out as a vampire servant (or "thrall") and eventually became a full-fledged vampire. Either way, she certainly was in the vampire column when it comes to her loyalties, characterization and motivations.

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This character is in the following story which has been indexed by this website:
Zora La Vampira #1 (1 Sep. 1972): "Zora la Vampira" (lead character)

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