House of Hammer magazine underwent many incarnations (you can read about its full history on Monster Magazine’s website), but the UK studio-centric zine was a hit in the late ’70s — promoting Hammer horror film favorites adapted into comic book storylines. Popular writers like John Brosnan, Dennis Gifford, Ramsey Campbell, and Alan Frank were paired with the artistry of talents like Brian Lewis, Brian Bolland, and John Bolton to illustrate the fiends of Hammer horror, under the guidance of Marvel UK editor and Monster Mag/Starburst leader Dez Skinn.
Some of the British horror mag’s vampiric strips were resurrected by World International Publishing in the early ’80s for a one-off annual titled Dracula’s Spinechillers. Part monochrome, part color, the annual format — a Christmas staple in the UK — compiled stories, games, and other goodies within its hardbacked binding. This example, however, is hardly festive — promising readers “Scary strip stories and tales to tremble by!!”
Check out the comic adaptation of Twins of Evil, which I’ve compiled into this handy PDF file for you to cozy up with (savable format — but if you have issues, email me, and I’ll send it to you). Feel free to browse my review of the 1972 twin terror tale over here.