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Both tales are pretty awesome. I like how in the first tale, the wealthy man doesn't have to do anything violent or satanic to help the vampire in return--merely supply business to his kind.The second tale is both beautiful and morbid at the same time--I love the comparison Death makes to us as his garden and that we are basically a bunch of flowers he wants to pick when we are still at are "best"
The Garden of Death really surprised me. Morbid and strangely poetic at the same time. I can't find a record of who wrote the story but the art by Vern Henkel was very good.More about Vern Henkel herehttps://www.lambiek.net/artists/h/henkel_vern.htm