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25th Apr '16 10:11:42 AM Black_Diesel
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29th Mar '16 6:34:39 PM PaulA
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* GenreShift: Happens a few times. The Victorian murder mystery in the first book is interrupted (though only temporarily) by a Wuxia martial arts fight when a ChineseVampire cuts in.
** ''Dracula Cha Cha Cha'' starts out as one of the "romantic adventure in Europe" American films of the Fifties before it gets hijacked by a ''giallo'' slasher flick.
*** And then it becomes a [[SpyFiction Spy Thriller]]. Then a ''giallo'' again. [[GenreRoulette Then]] a ReligiousHorror film.

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* GenreShift: Happens a few times. The Victorian murder mystery in the first book is interrupted (though only temporarily) by a Wuxia martial arts fight when a ChineseVampire cuts in.
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GenreRoulette: ''Dracula Cha Cha Cha'' starts out as one of the "romantic adventure in Europe" American films of the Fifties before it gets hijacked by a ''giallo'' slasher flick.
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flick. And then it becomes a [[SpyFiction Spy Thriller]]. Then a ''giallo'' again. [[GenreRoulette Then]] Then a ReligiousHorror film. film.


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* OutOfGenreExperience: The Victorian murder mystery in the first book is temporarily interrupted by a {{Wuxia}} martial arts fight when a ChineseVampire cuts in.
28th Mar '16 3:44:13 AM WillBGood
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** ''Dracula Cha Cha Cha'' starts out as one of the "romantic adventure in Europe" American films of the Fifties before it gets hi-jacked by a ''giallo'' slasher flick.
*** And then it becomes a [[SpyFiction Spy Thriller]]. [[GenreRoulette Then a ''giallo'' again. Then a ReligiousHorror film.]]

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** ''Dracula Cha Cha Cha'' starts out as one of the "romantic adventure in Europe" American films of the Fifties before it gets hi-jacked hijacked by a ''giallo'' slasher flick.
*** And then it becomes a [[SpyFiction Spy Thriller]]. [[GenreRoulette Then a ''giallo'' again. Then [[GenreRoulette Then]] a ReligiousHorror film.]] film.
1st Nov '15 9:35:19 AM Gregzilla
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* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Penelope paints a haunting portrait of Dracula after she kills him, as a relic of a lost world who cannot keep up with the faster, modern world, despite of Dracula's fondness for modernity. When she kills him, Dracula appears to welcome final death, even driving the silver knife further in. Or Penelope is just trying to make herself feel better.]] Hilariously, [[spoiler: [[NotQuiteDead He not only gets]]]] ''better'', he gets ''revenge'' in [[spoiler: Johnny Alucard]].

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* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Penelope paints a haunting portrait of Dracula after she kills him, as a relic of a lost world who cannot keep up with the faster, modern world, despite of Dracula's fondness for modernity. When she kills him, Dracula appears to welcome final death, even driving the silver knife further in. Or Penelope is just trying to make herself feel better.]] Hilariously, [[spoiler: [[NotQuiteDead He not only gets]]]] gets]] ''better'', he gets ''revenge'' in [[spoiler: Johnny Alucard]].
17th Aug '15 10:52:27 PM Warwolf
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* TheBadGuyWins: The series starts out like this. Dracula manages to defeat the hunters, turns Mina into one of his brides and creates his vampire army as planned. The end of series itself (or at least as of the publication of the various short stories and new material that makes up the book ''Johnny Alucard''), is effectively this as well.

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* TheBadGuyWins: The series starts out like this. Dracula manages to defeat the hunters, turns Mina into one of his brides and creates his vampire army as planned. The end of the series itself (or at least as of the publication of the various short stories and new material that makes up the book ''Johnny Alucard''), is effectively this as well.
17th Aug '15 10:51:53 PM Warwolf
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* TheBadGuyWins: The series starts out like this. Dracula manages to defeat the hunters, turns Mina into one of his brides and creates his vampire army as planned. The end of series itself (or at least as of the publication of the various short stories and new material that makes up the book Johnny Alucard), is effectively this as well.

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* TheBadGuyWins: The series starts out like this. Dracula manages to defeat the hunters, turns Mina into one of his brides and creates his vampire army as planned. The end of series itself (or at least as of the publication of the various short stories and new material that makes up the book Johnny Alucard), ''Johnny Alucard''), is effectively this as well.
17th Aug '15 10:51:40 PM Warwolf
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* TheBadGuyWins: The series starts out like this. Dracula manages to defeat the hunters, turns Mina into one of his brides and creates his vampire army as planned. The series itself (or at least as of the publication of the various short stories and new material that makes up the book Johnny Alucard), is effectively this as well.

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* TheBadGuyWins: The series starts out like this. Dracula manages to defeat the hunters, turns Mina into one of his brides and creates his vampire army as planned. The end of series itself (or at least as of the publication of the various short stories and new material that makes up the book Johnny Alucard), is effectively this as well.
17th Aug '15 10:50:59 PM Warwolf
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* TheBadGuyWins: The series starts out like this. Dracula manages to defeat the hunters, turns Mina into one of his brides and creates his vampire army as planned.

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* TheBadGuyWins: The series starts out like this. Dracula manages to defeat the hunters, turns Mina into one of his brides and creates his vampire army as planned. The series itself (or at least as of the publication of the various short stories and new material that makes up the book Johnny Alucard), is effectively this as well.
17th Aug '15 10:48:34 PM Warwolf
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* {{Alucard}}: ''John'' Alucard.

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* {{Alucard}}: ''John'' ''John/Johnny'' Alucard.
17th Aug '15 10:47:41 PM Warwolf
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* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Penelope paints a haunting portrait of Dracula after she kills him, as a relic of a lost world who cannot keep up with the faster, modern world, despite of Dracula's fondness for modernity. When she kills him, Dracula appears to welcome final death, even driving the silver knife further in. Or Penelope is just trying to make herself feel better.]] Hilariously, [[spoiler: [[NotQuiteDead He not only gets]]]]''better'', he gets ''revenge'' in [[spoiler: Johnny Alucard]].

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* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Penelope paints a haunting portrait of Dracula after she kills him, as a relic of a lost world who cannot keep up with the faster, modern world, despite of Dracula's fondness for modernity. When she kills him, Dracula appears to welcome final death, even driving the silver knife further in. Or Penelope is just trying to make herself feel better.]] Hilariously, [[spoiler: [[NotQuiteDead He not only gets]]]]''better'', gets]]]] ''better'', he gets ''revenge'' in [[spoiler: Johnny Alucard]].
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