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10th Feb '16 6:22:34 PM Greenygal
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* Subverted as a joke in the comic ''Supernatural Law''. The receptionist for [[OccultLawFirm the titular law firm]] is dismayed to realize that she's booked appointments for a werewolf and a vampire at the same time: "You know what happens when they meet. You can't pull 'em apart..." Cut to the two merrily exchanging jokes. "...when they're into their shop talk."
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* Subverted as a joke in the comic ''Supernatural Law''.''Webcomic/SupernaturalLaw''. The receptionist for [[OccultLawFirm the titular law firm]] is dismayed to realize that she's booked appointments for a werewolf and a vampire at the same time: "You know what happens when they meet. You can't pull 'em apart..." Cut to the two merrily exchanging jokes. "...when they're into their shop talk."
4th Feb '16 9:22:13 AM FF32
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* Parodied in ''Film/WhatWeDoInTheShadows'', where even though the vampires and werewolves are shown to be easily capable of killing each other, their rivalry is mostly treated with the serious of two groups of drunken clubgoers mocking each other ([[VillainsOutShopping which they are]]). [[spoiler: At the end, the vampires' TokenHuman friend is turned into a werewolf, uniting the two groups.]]
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* Parodied in ''Film/WhatWeDoInTheShadows'', where even though the vampires and werewolves are shown to be easily capable of killing each other, their rivalry is mostly treated with the serious seriousness of two groups of drunken clubgoers mocking each other ([[VillainsOutShopping which they are]]). [[spoiler: At the end, the vampires' TokenHuman friend is turned into a werewolf, uniting the two groups.]]
2nd Jan '16 10:37:03 PM nombretomado
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* The vampires and werecreatures in ''TheSookieStackhouseMysteries'' don't like each other either. Of course, the vampires consider themselves ''superior'' to ''everybody else'', including humans; and even werewolves look down on all werecreatures who don't turn into wolves.
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* The vampires and werecreatures in ''TheSookieStackhouseMysteries'' ''Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries'' don't like each other either. Of course, the vampires consider themselves ''superior'' to ''everybody else'', including humans; and even werewolves look down on all werecreatures who don't turn into wolves.
1st Jan '16 9:37:39 PM FF32
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* Parodied in ''Film/WhatWeDoInTheShadows'', where even though the vampires and werewolves are shown to be easily capable of killing each other, their rivalry is mostly treated with the serious of two groups of drunken clubgoers mocking each other ([[VillainsOutShopping which they are]]). [[spoiler: At the end, the vampires' TokenHuman friend is turned into a werewolf, uniting the two groups.]]
24th Dec '15 5:36:21 PM Lazy_Toaster
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As a whole, this trope might be NewerThanTheyThink. In many legends and folklore that mention both vampires and werewolves, the two are not only not antagonistic to mankind, they are often ''connected'', such as one belief that an improperly disposed of werewolf would actually come back as a vampire.
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As a whole, this trope might be NewerThanTheyThink. In many legends and folklore that mention both vampires and werewolves, the two are not only not antagonistic to mankind, they are often ''connected'', ''connected or are one thing'', such as one belief that an improperly disposed of werewolf would actually come back as a vampire.
7th Nov '15 11:49:59 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Inverted in ''Series/{{Beetleborgs}}, where Count Fangula and Wolfsbane are close friends who have known each other a long time. In fact, Fangula is always the one who translates for Wolfsbane, who only speaks wolf-language.
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* Inverted in ''Series/{{Beetleborgs}}, ''Series/{{Beetleborgs}}'', where Count Fangula and Wolfsbane are close friends who have known each other a long time. In fact, Fangula is always the one who translates for Wolfsbane, who only speaks wolf-language.
6th Nov '15 7:35:25 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/JMichaelStraczynski wrote an episode of ''TheRealGhostbusters'', "No One Comes To Lupusville" ([[Series/{{House}} they never come to Lupusville]]), in which a group of vampires lure the Ghostbusters to an isolated town filled with odd but friendly people. Once they realize what's going on, the Ghostbusters free the captured townsfolk, only to find them more than eager to take on the vampires themselves. Angry and now under a full moon, they transform into werewolves and proceed to kick vampire ass. The 'busters do the rational thing and [[KnowWhenToFoldEm get the hell out of Dodge]], destroying the only bridge out of town on the way (imprisoning the were-vamps, as anything vampiric could not cross running water). Hilariously, as the two sides fight, whenever any combatant from any side bites an enemy, said enemy instantly becomes the other type of critter.
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* Creator/JMichaelStraczynski wrote an episode of ''TheRealGhostbusters'', ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'', "No One Comes To Lupusville" ([[Series/{{House}} they never come to Lupusville]]), in which a group of vampires lure the Ghostbusters to an isolated town filled with odd but friendly people. Once they realize what's going on, the Ghostbusters free the captured townsfolk, only to find them more than eager to take on the vampires themselves. Angry and now under a full moon, they transform into werewolves and proceed to kick vampire ass. The 'busters do the rational thing and [[KnowWhenToFoldEm get the hell out of Dodge]], destroying the only bridge out of town on the way (imprisoning the were-vamps, as anything vampiric could not cross running water). Hilariously, as the two sides fight, whenever any combatant from any side bites an enemy, said enemy instantly becomes the other type of critter.
6th Nov '15 3:18:44 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* Inverted in ''Series/{{Beetleborgs}}, where Count Fangula and Wolfsbane are close friends who have known each other a long time. In fact, Fangula is always the one who translates for Wolfsbane, who only speaks wolf-language.
2nd Nov '15 10:46:40 AM Generality
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* Notably inverted in the original ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'', where Drac can control wolves as well as all creatures of the night, and even turns into a wolf as a slightly less conspicuous way of breaching the English shore.
24th Oct '15 6:15:17 AM StFan
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* ''TarotWitchOfTheBlackRose'' has a were-cat named Boo Cat in a sexual relationship with a vampire named Liquorice Dust. At least 3 of the vampire's friends don't mind, and have joined in. However, the same issue had a werewolf who had very different ideas on inter-species romances. It also featured an {{Anvilicious}} speech, a {{Stripperiffic}} Little Red Riding Hood costume, and an example of why you shouldn't try to force your tongue down the throat of an angry were-creature.
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* ''TarotWitchOfTheBlackRose'' ''ComicBook/TarotWitchOfTheBlackRose'' has a were-cat named Boo Cat in a sexual relationship with a vampire named Liquorice Dust. At least 3 of the vampire's friends don't mind, and have joined in. However, the same issue had a werewolf who had very different ideas on inter-species romances. It also featured an {{Anvilicious}} speech, a {{Stripperiffic}} Little Red Riding Hood costume, and an example of why you shouldn't try to force your tongue down the throat of an angry were-creature.
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