I'm definitely interested in seeing the continuation of the 'fashion magazine owner uses Dracula as her instrument of revenge' story. I can see that being very juicy stuff. And that second part, with the Indian vampire kid, is very nicely-done and poignant and all, but there's a detail about it that annoys me - the crucifixes. Why are there crucifixes on the walls? The guy himself says that they're symbols of a religion that he doesn't believe in - so why are they there? The point has been made in Dracula's X-Men crossover (which really should be posted here, by the way, if it hasn't already) that it's not the symbol itself that has the power, it's the belief behind it. Wolverine, an atheist, makes the symbol of the cross with his claws - Dracula scoffs and KO's him. Nightcrawler, a religious man, does the same thing, and Dracula goes 'ARRRGGHH!' and recoils. Therefore, if this man is a Hindu, which is clearly implied, he ought to have Hindu symbols on his walls, not Christian ones. If belief repels vampires, then a few statues of Shiva and Ganesha should do just the same thing here.