|Angelique de Bussi|
|Status:||Deceased by virtue of time era|
|First:||Tomb of Dracula #57|
Angelique de Bussi lived in Paris, France during the 1800s. She was courted by a gentleman by the name of Roger Perry-Van Dumann - a dark-haired man with a crescent-shaped birthmark upon his right cheek. Roger competed for Angelique's affections against another gentleman and a duel was fought between them. Unfortunately for Roger, his opponent's shot bore true and Dumann died. Whatever became of Angelique following this incident remains unknown, though it is safe to assume that she has since passed away. It is unknown whether Angelique knew that her lover, Roger Perry-Van Dumann, was fated to be reincarnated as an American, whereupon he took the name Clark Jackson. 
- By all accounts, Angelique de Bussi did not possess any superhuman abilities.
- Angelique de Bussi's skills, if any, remain unknown.
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Angelique de Bussi was created by writer Marv Wolfman, artist Gene Colan and inker Tom Palmer.
- It is unclear exactly when Angelique de Bussi was born, but her style of dress and the context of the story suggests that she was born sometime in the late 1800s.
Angelique de Bussi was introduced in Tomb of Dracula, Volume 1 #57, her only known appearance to date. In the issue, she appeared in one panel in flashback.