Dark Shadows was a US TV Soap Opera with a supernatural theme, set in the Maine fishing town of Collinsport and around the wealthy Collins family who founded it. It featured the vampire Barnabas Collins and the werewolf turned immortal Quentin Collins. It was revived as a short lived TV series in the 1990s, and another pilot was made for an unproduced series in the 2000s. In 2012 Tim Burton directed a feature film of Dark Shadows with Johnny Depp in the role of Barnabas Collins.
Since 2006 the British company Big Finish have produced audio dramas for Dark Shadows, with many of the original soap's surviving cast reprising their roles.
- Dark Shadows (6 seasons, 1966-1971, 1,248 Episodes)
- House of Dark Shadows (TV movie, 1970)
- Night of Dark Shadows (TV movie, 1971)
- Dark Shadows (1 season, 1991, 12 episodes)
- Dark Shadows (TV movie/failed pilot, 2005)
- Dark Shadows (cinematic movie, 2012)
Connections IN Dark Shadows
- Marvel Universe Dark Shadows #34 (Nov 1975) contains a crossover with Doctor Strange. Though Strange does not appear himself, Agamotto, the Eye of Agamotto and the Orb of Agamotto all do, and the villainous wizard Mordath visits Dr. Strange's Sanctum, identified by its general address, and stated to be the address of a sorcerer. When Mordath appears, he startles a woman, who calls out for "Stephen."
- Vampirella Barnabas Collins teamed up with Vampirella in a Dynamite miniseries in 2012.
- Dorian Gray Big Finish's Dark Shadows audio #44, The Darkest Shadow, guest stars Dorian Gray, revealing that he is friends with Quentin Collins, who like him avoids aging and injury by transferring the ravages of time to a magical portrait.
Connections TO Dark Shadows
- Kolchak the Night Stalker The reporter Carl Kolchak interviewed Barnabas Collins in Moonstone's Kolchak Tales: Night Stalker Annual in 2009.