History Main / ChupaCabra

5th Apr '17 8:31:04 AM VVK
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* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', while avoiding Bun-bun, Aylee goes to pick up a tray of drinks for the group. The waitress is terrified and stammers "Do not eat me, chupacabra!" to which Aylee cheerfully responds "Do not eat ''me'', senorita!", thinking it's a normal human greeting. She later resolves to use one of Bun-bun's greetings, "your money or your life!"

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* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', while avoiding Bun-bun, Aylee (Torg's alien secretary) goes to pick up a tray of drinks for the group. The waitress is terrified and stammers "Do not eat me, chupacabra!" to which Aylee cheerfully responds "Do not eat ''me'', senorita!", thinking it's a normal human greeting. She later resolves to use one of Bun-bun's greetings, "your money or your life!"
12th Feb '17 12:19:49 AM Juicehead_Baby
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[[caption-width-right:274: Aliens will breed with anything]]

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[[caption-width-right:274: Aliens will breed with anything]]
[[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog anything]]]]
9th Feb '17 7:51:26 PM KrspaceT
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* Appears in ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', and it turns ''not'' to be an [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual EVO]] like most of the monsters in the series.

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* Appears in ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', and it turns ''not'' to be an [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual EVO]] like most of the monsters in the series. It's also poisonous.
9th Feb '17 7:42:41 PM Theriocephalus
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* A ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' miniseries, "Isla de la Muerte" (Island of Death) had the superheroes coming to Puerto Rico to deal with the Chupacabra.

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* A ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' miniseries, "Isla de la Muerte" (Island of Death) Death), had the superheroes coming to Puerto Rico to deal with the Chupacabra.



* In his New 52 mini-series ''{{Bizarro}}'' is keeping a Chupacabra named Collin as a pet [[spoiler: as it turns out he is an alien who lost his translator and he used to be a ''Franchise/GreenLantern'']]
* {{Deadpool}} fought a bunch of chupacapras who kidnapped a goat named [[{{Twilight}} Bella]].

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* In his New 52 mini-series ''{{Bizarro}}'' ''SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}'' is keeping a Chupacabra named Collin as a pet [[spoiler: as it turns out he is an alien who lost his translator and he used to be a ''Franchise/GreenLantern'']]
* {{Deadpool}} SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} fought a bunch of chupacapras who kidnapped a goat named [[{{Twilight}} Bella]].



* A ''WesternAnimation/TreeHouseOfHorror'' issue of ''ComicBook/SimpsonsComics'' featured one as a failed experiment by Professor Frink after killing everyone at Moe's he meets his end when he is unable to handle the amount of blood in [[TheAlcoholic Barney's]] blood.

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* A ''WesternAnimation/TreeHouseOfHorror'' ''WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror'' issue of ''ComicBook/SimpsonsComics'' featured one as a failed experiment by Professor Frink after killing everyone at Moe's he meets his end when he is unable to handle the amount of blood in [[TheAlcoholic Barney's]] blood.



* Numerous chupacabras appear in the Literature/InCryptid series as therianthropic cryptids: James (Verity's competitive dance partner) in ''DiscountArmageddon'' and ''Midnight Blue-Light Special,'' Princess Leya-you-out, one of Antimony's fellow [[UsefulNotes/RollerDerby jammers]] in "Bad Dream Girl" and "Jammed," and Malena, one of Verity's fellow dancers in ''Chaos Choreography.'' Their beast form is the typical scabrous reptile-wolf creature, their human form is indistinguishable from a Latin@ person of their age and build.

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* Numerous chupacabras appear in the Literature/InCryptid ''Literature/InCryptid'' series as therianthropic cryptids: James (Verity's competitive dance partner) in ''DiscountArmageddon'' and ''Midnight Blue-Light Special,'' Princess Leya-you-out, one of Antimony's fellow [[UsefulNotes/RollerDerby jammers]] in "Bad Dream Girl" and "Jammed," and Malena, one of Verity's fellow dancers in ''Chaos Choreography.'' Their beast form is the typical scabrous reptile-wolf creature, their human form is indistinguishable from a Latin@ person of their age and build.



** Episode "El Mundo Gira" reveals that the Chupacabras are actually illegal immigrants who have been infected by an alien fungus.

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** Episode The episode "El Mundo Gira" reveals that the Chupacabras are actually illegal immigrants who have been infected by an alien fungus.



* {{Grimm}} had a Chupacabra episode.

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* {{Grimm}} ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' had a Chupacabra episode.



* One of the ''VampireTheMasquerade'' Gangrel clanbooks has a Chupacabra character template, with a backstory of being Embraced while in wilderness, driven half-crazy by the [[EnemyWithin Beast]] and feeding on animals due to lack of human prey in the area.

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* One of the ''VampireTheMasquerade'' ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'' Gangrel clanbooks has a Chupacabra character template, with a backstory of being Embraced while in wilderness, driven half-crazy by the [[EnemyWithin Beast]] and feeding on animals due to lack of human prey in the area.



* ''{{VideoGame/Diablo}}'' has a Scavenger-type boss monster named El Chupacabras. ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'' has a monster known as Chupa Khazra as well.

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* ''{{VideoGame/Diablo}}'' has a Scavenger-type boss monster named El el Chupacabras. ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'' has a monster known as Chupa Khazra as well.



* You can summon Chupacabras in ''{{Scribblenauts}}'' - they attack goats on sight. Amusingly, they can wear hats and can hold items.
* In Franchise/TheElderScrolls series of games, a chupacabra like monster called a "Hunger" appears as regular enemy in Morrowind and in the Shivering Isles expansion pack for VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion. More so resembling their counterpart considering they posses strong "Drain Health" spell and attack with their tongue.
* In ''[[VideoGame/ShadowHearts Shadow Hearts 3]]'' one of the hunting quests is for the Chupacabra. In [[spoiler:Chichen Itza]] of all places.

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* You can summon Chupacabras in ''{{Scribblenauts}}'' - ''VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}}'' -- they attack goats on sight. Amusingly, they can wear hats and can hold items.
* In Franchise/TheElderScrolls series of games, ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'', a chupacabra like monster called a "Hunger" appears as regular enemy in Morrowind and in the Shivering Isles expansion pack for VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion. More so resembling their counterpart considering they posses strong "Drain Health" spell and attack with their tongue.
* In ''[[VideoGame/ShadowHearts Shadow Hearts 3]]'' ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts 3'' one of the hunting quests is for the Chupacabra. In [[spoiler:Chichen Itza]] of all places.



* Greasels from VideoGame/DeusEx.

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* %%* Greasels from VideoGame/DeusEx.''VideoGame/DeusEx''.



* They're an tough enemy in VideoGame/LetsGoFindElDorado, that can kill off one of your party members on contact with your wagon.

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* They're an tough enemy in VideoGame/LetsGoFindElDorado, ''VideoGame/LetsGoFindElDorado'' that can kill off one of your party members on contact with your wagon.






* In ''TheImpossibleMan'', the chupacabra is actually a [[CoolPet pet]] owned by teenager Angela Salinas. It's appearance in the story resembles the cartoon rendition of chupacabra, where it is a green furball with fangs, as featured on some Puerto Rican T-Shirts.

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* In ''TheImpossibleMan'', ''Literature/TheImpossibleMan'', the chupacabra is actually a [[CoolPet pet]] owned by teenager Angela Salinas. It's appearance in the story resembles the cartoon rendition of chupacabra, where it is a green furball with fangs, as featured on some Puerto Rican T-Shirts.



* ''{{Sealab 2021}}'' had an episode titled "Isla de Chupacabras."
* The monster also appears in an episode, "Dia de Los Dangerous!" of ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'', inexplicably leaping from Brock's car to attack Dr. Venture. Apparently, Mexico is full of them. Amusingly, Dr. Venture had earlier declared them to be nonsense.

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* ''{{Sealab 2021}}'' ''WesternAnimation/Sealab2021'' had an episode titled "Isla de Chupacabras."
* The monster also appears in an episode, "Dia de Los Dangerous!" Dangerous!", of ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'', inexplicably leaping from Brock's car to attack Dr. Venture. Apparently, Mexico is full of them. Amusingly, Dr. Venture had earlier declared them to be nonsense.



* The ChristmasEpisode of ''MuchaLucha'' had chupacabra as [[BadSanta Rudo Claus']] reindeer.

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* The ChristmasEpisode of ''MuchaLucha'' ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha'' had chupacabra as [[BadSanta Rudo Claus']] reindeer.



* In [[{{WesternAnimation/Archer}} Archer]], Pam refers to herself as "...like some kind of Chupacabra. But for dicks"

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* In [[{{WesternAnimation/Archer}} Archer]], ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'', Pam refers to herself as "..."... like some kind of Chupacabra. But for dicks"
4th Jan '17 10:02:23 AM Stellarvore
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* There's one in the flash game, ''VideoGame/SteppenwolfTheXCreaturesProject.'' It's depicted as a winged monster with two fangs and a {{cult}} devoted to it, who control it by means of a whistle.



* There's one in the flash game, ''VideoGame/SteppenwolfTheXCreaturesProject.'' It's depicted as a winged monster with two fangs and a {{cult}} devoted to it, who control it by means of a whistle.

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* There's one in the flash game, ''VideoGame/SteppenwolfTheXCreaturesProject.'' It's depicted as a winged monster with two fangs and a {{cult}} devoted to it, who control it by means of a whistle.

4th Jan '17 10:01:38 AM Stellarvore
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* There's one in the flash game, ''VideoGame/SteppenwolfTheXCreaturesProject.'' It's depicted as a winged monster with two fangs and a {{cult}} devoted to it, who control it by means of a whistle.
2nd Sep '16 3:30:33 PM LinTaylor
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* In the ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' manga ''Manga/TouhouSuzunaanForbiddenScrollery'', Remilia adopts one as a pet. Which kind of makes sense since she's a vampire.

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* In the ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' manga ''Manga/TouhouSuzunaanForbiddenScrollery'', Remilia adopts one as [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Remilia]] has a pet. Which kind of makes sense since she's pet chupacabra which she initially believes is a vampire.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treeshrew tupai]]. Even after finding out the truth, she still thinks "Tupai" is cute.
11th Jul '16 10:04:19 AM CerotechOmega
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* ''{{VideoGame/Diablo}}'' has a Scavenger-type boss monster named El Chupacabras.

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* ''{{VideoGame/Diablo}}'' has a Scavenger-type boss monster named El Chupacabras. ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'' has a monster known as Chupa Khazra as well.
9th May '16 2:15:05 PM MattP5557
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* In his New 52 mini-series ''{{Bizarro}}'' is keeping a Chupacabra named Collin as a pet [[spoiler: as it turns out he is an alien who lost his translator and he used to be a ''Franchise/GreenLantern'']]


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* A ''WesternAnimation/TreeHouseOfHorror'' issue of ''ComicBook/SimpsonsComics'' featured one as a failed experiment by Professor Frink after killing everyone at Moe's he meets his end when he is unable to handle the amount of blood in [[TheAlcoholic Barney's]] blood.
9th May '16 2:15:05 PM MattP5557
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