In the 1970s or early 1980s, I remember reading a horror comic from a rack in a grocery store. I don't even remember the publishing company's name, unfortunately.
It may have been one of several stories in the comic book, but I can't remember.
In the particular story I recall, a man awakens from cryogenic sleep or suspended animation of some sort, to find many other pods of the same type have been opened. The desiccated bodies of the other passengers/crew (I don't know which they were) are crumpled in front of them (the pods are vertical).
It turns out one of the passengers/crew was a vampire and he's been drinking the blood of the people in the other pods until only the central/protagonist character is left.
The vampire and the human have a chase around the ship and there's a self-destruct sequence set off either in the main ship or in the escape pod (but I think the human detonated the main ship and escaped in a shuttle or escape pod). But the vampire is on the same vehicle, and as he's closing in on the surviving human...
...the other vehicle explodes; the light from the explosion casts a sharp-contrast shadow through the view port in the shape of a cross that burns the vampire to ash.
Can anyone help identify the comic?