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29th Jan '16 3:40:45 PM Seanette
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* The canid-based wesen from ''Series/Grimm'': Blutbadn (wolves), Tzchlakln (jackals), Hundjaegern (dogs), Fuchsbaun (foxes), Coyotl (coyotes), etc.
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* The canid-based wesen from ''Series/Grimm'': ''Series/{{Grimm}}'': Blutbadn (wolves), Tzchlakln (jackals), Hundjaegern (dogs), Fuchsbaun (foxes), Coyotl (coyotes), etc.
9th Jan '16 1:03:30 PM Vios
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* In ''VideoGame/GemsOfWar'', the population of Maugrim Woods seems to be mainly wolf-people (called Wargare), and there's conflict between them and [[LittleRedFightingHood a young woman called Scarlett]]. It's also available as a selection for the player character.
4th Oct '15 7:34:57 PM nombretomado
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* George from ''Series/BeingHuman'' turns into a sort of wolf-man creature during his "time of the month".
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* George from ''Series/BeingHuman'' ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'' turns into a sort of wolf-man creature during his "time of the month".
30th Sep '15 9:57:31 AM HighCrate
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** He's essentially a LightningBruiser that turns into a MightyGlacier that's more mighty than Glacier.
14th Sep '15 8:42:44 AM Dravencour
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* Bigby Wolf from ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' and the game ''VideoGame/TheWolfAmongUs'' is a wolfwere, a wolf that can transform into a human. In addition to his true form of the BigBadWolf, Bigby can also take the form of a Wolf Man when he needs to fight Fables that are more powerful than his human and half-wolf forms can handle.
7th Sep '15 12:00:40 PM nombretomado
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* Wolfsbane (Rahne Sinclair) of the NewMutants (X-Men, X-Force, Excalibur, X-Factor...) has an interim form of a bipedal wolfgirl/woman (often wearing a leather jacket and some form of trousers). This has become the default 'combat form' for her recent outings. Her fully-wolf 'sensitive senses' form is almost never seen these days.
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* Wolfsbane (Rahne Sinclair) of the NewMutants ComicBook/NewMutants (X-Men, X-Force, Excalibur, X-Factor...) has an interim form of a bipedal wolfgirl/woman (often wearing a leather jacket and some form of trousers). This has become the default 'combat form' for her recent outings. Her fully-wolf 'sensitive senses' form is almost never seen these days.
15th Aug '15 8:19:42 AM Elkhound
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* The canid-based wesen from ''Series/Grimm'': Blutbadn (wolves), Tzchlakln (jackals), Hundjaegern (dogs), Fuchsbaun (foxes), Coyotl (coyotes), etc.
15th Aug '15 5:26:50 AM Korodzik
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* ''Literature/{{Somewhither}}'': The Kynokephalai (dog-headed people of ancient tall tales) in this setting are basically anthropomorphic wolves, which furthermore are invulnerable where their fur covers them. While intelligent, they still have wolfish instincts.
27th Jul '15 1:30:52 PM CharlesPhipps
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* ''Literature/TheBloodWarTrilogy'' uses the SavageWolves Grol as the primary enemy of the protagonists. They appear as nothing so much as a combination of orcs and werewolves with the WolfMan form as their appearance. Interestingly, the Grol are simply the 'evil' faction of a much larger and more diverse race.
8th Jul '15 8:31:25 AM Jumpbacks
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* ''[[Film/TheWolfMan1941 The Wolf Man]]'' (1941) as stated above is one of the main TropeMakers, though perhaps it is more the TropeCodifier and the slightly earlier ''Film/WerewolfOfLondon'' (1935 - not to be confused with the much later ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'') was the TropeMaker. Also [[Film/TheWolfman2010 the 2010 remake]] starring Benicio Del Toro as Lawrence Talbot. * The now-lost 1913 Thanhouser film, ''The Werewolf'', was perhaps the UrExample, although the few--and admittedly vague--descriptions suggest they used a dog or wolf/dog mix for the werewolf rather than making up a human. * The movie ''Film/TeenWolf'' and the AnimatedAdaptation, ''WesternAnimation/TeenWolf: The Animated Series'', featured a light comedy version of this. * Jack Nicholson in ''Film/{{Wolf}}''. * In ''Film/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'', Lupin's transformation has him with human-like proportions, bald, and extremely underfed.
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* ''[[Film/TheWolfMan1941 The Wolf Man]]'' (1941) as stated above is one of the main TropeMakers, though perhaps it is more the TropeCodifier and the slightly earlier ''Film/WerewolfOfLondon'' (1935 - ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunksMeetTheWolfman'' not to be confused with the much later ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'') was the TropeMaker. Also [[Film/TheWolfman2010 the 2010 remake]] starring Benicio Del Toro as only has a character named Lawrence Talbot. * The now-lost 1913 Thanhouser film, ''The Werewolf'', was perhaps the UrExample, although the few--and admittedly vague--descriptions suggest they used Talbot, but [[spoiler:Theodore becomes a dog or wolf/dog mix for the werewolf rather than making up a human. * The movie ''Film/TeenWolf'' and the AnimatedAdaptation, ''WesternAnimation/TeenWolf: The Animated Series'', featured a light comedy version of this. * Jack Nicholson in ''Film/{{Wolf}}''. * In ''Film/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'', Lupin's transformation has him with human-like proportions, bald, and extremely underfed.weremunk as well.]]

* ''[[Film/TheWolfMan1941 The Wolf Man]]'' (1941) as stated above is one of the main TropeMakers, though perhaps it is more the TropeCodifier and the slightly earlier ''Film/WerewolfOfLondon'' (1935 - not to be confused with the much later ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'') was the TropeMaker. Also [[Film/TheWolfman2010 the 2010 remake]] starring Benicio Del Toro as Lawrence Talbot. * The now-lost 1913 Thanhouser film, ''The Werewolf'', was perhaps the UrExample, although the few--and admittedly vague--descriptions suggest they used a dog or wolf/dog mix for the werewolf rather than making up a human. * The movie ''Film/TeenWolf'' and the AnimatedAdaptation, ''WesternAnimation/TeenWolf: The Animated Series'', featured a light comedy version of this. * Jack Nicholson in ''Film/{{Wolf}}''. * In ''Film/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'', Lupin's transformation has him with human-like proportions, bald, and extremely underfed.underfed. * Ron Chaney (grandson of Lon Chaney, Jr.) in ''Film/HouseOfTheWolfMan'' (2009) plays one like his grandfather, but bit more bestial. * The werewolves in ''Film/TheHowling'' seem to be able to take a pseudo-anthropoid form when convenient (or the better to terrify you with), though they seem to prefer being in full wolf form (though with sharp claws and human degrees of aggressiveness and cruelty).

* ''[[Film/TheWolfMan1941 The Wolf Man]]'' (1941) as stated above is one of the main TropeMakers, though perhaps it is more the TropeCodifier and the slightly earlier ''Film/WerewolfOfLondon'' (1935 - not to be confused Subverted with the much later ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'') was Wookiees of the TropeMaker. Also [[Film/TheWolfman2010 the 2010 remake]] starring Benicio Del Toro as Lawrence Talbot. * The now-lost 1913 Thanhouser film, ''The Werewolf'', was perhaps the UrExample, although the few--and admittedly vague--descriptions suggest they used a dog or wolf/dog mix for the werewolf ''Franchise/StarWars'' universe, which, while not humans who transform, rather than making up closely resemble a human. Wolf Man due to being upright, humanoid dog-like creatures. * The movie ''Film/TeenWolf'' and the AnimatedAdaptation, ''WesternAnimation/TeenWolf: The Animated Series'', featured a light comedy version of this. * Jack Nicholson in ''Film/{{Wolf}}''. * In ''Film/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'', Lupin's transformation has him with human-like proportions, bald, and extremely underfed.The now-lost 1913 Thanhouser film, ''The Werewolf'', was perhaps the UrExample, although the few--and admittedly vague--descriptions suggest they used a dog or wolf/dog mix for the werewolf rather than making up a human.

* ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunksMeetTheWolfman'' not only has a character named Lawrence Talbot, but [[spoiler:Theodore becomes a weremunk as well.]]

* Ron Chaney (grandson of Lon Chaney, Jr.) in ''Film/HouseOfTheWolfMan'' (2009) plays one like his grandfather, but bit more bestial. * Subverted with the Wookiees of the ''Franchise/StarWars'' universe, which, while not humans who transform, rather closely resemble a Wolf Man due to being upright, humanoid dog-like creatures.
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* Ron Chaney (grandson of Lon Chaney, Jr.) Jack Nicholson in ''Film/HouseOfTheWolfMan'' (2009) plays one like his grandfather, but bit more bestial. * Subverted with the Wookiees of the ''Franchise/StarWars'' universe, which, while not humans who transform, rather closely resemble a Wolf Man due to being upright, humanoid dog-like creatures.''Film/{{Wolf}}''.

* The werewolves in ''Film/TheHowling'' seem to be able to take a pseudo-anthropoid form when convenient (or the better to terrify you with), though they seem to prefer being in full wolf form (though with sharp claws and human degrees of aggressiveness and cruelty).
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* ''[[Film/TheWolfMan1941 The werewolves in ''Film/TheHowling'' seem to be able to take a pseudo-anthropoid form when convenient (or Wolf Man]]'' (1941) as stated above is one of the better to terrify you with), main TropeMakers, though they seem perhaps it is more the TropeCodifier and the slightly earlier ''Film/WerewolfOfLondon'' (1935 - not to prefer being in full wolf form (though be confused with sharp claws and human degrees of aggressiveness and cruelty). the much later ''Film/AnAmericanWerewolfInLondon'') was the TropeMaker. Also [[Film/TheWolfman2010 the 2010 remake]] starring Benicio Del Toro as Lawrence Talbot.

* George from ''Series/BeingHuman'' turns into a sort of wolf-man creature during his "time of the month". * The werewolves in ''Film/TheHowling'' seem to be able to take a pseudo-anthropoid form when convenient (or main character from the better to terrify you with), though they seem to prefer being in full wolf form (though with sharp claws and human degrees of aggressiveness and cruelty). aptly-named ''Series/BigWolfOnCampus''.

* All of the werewolves in ''Series/TeenWolf''. Beta wolves are the best example of this, being humanoid with wolf-like features. Alphas are more like the classic werewolf. And there's also a type that can go fully into wolf form, too. * Wolf from ''Series/TheTenthKingdom''. * The main character from the aptly-named ''Series/BigWolfOnCampus''.
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* All of the werewolves ''Series/DoctorWho'', "Tooth and Claw": The Doctor and Rose encounter a boy who transforms into a humanoid-looking werewolf (of alien origin, naturally). * Gou from ''Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger'' had this issue when he first appeared. ** His counterpart RJ in ''Series/TeenWolf''. Beta wolves are the best example of this, being humanoid ''PowerRangersJungleFury'' had a similar affliction, though it didn't show up until later, and culminated with wolf-like features. Alphas are more like him gaining control and becoming the classic werewolf. And there's also a type that can go fully into wolf form, too. * Wolf Ranger. * Jiro/Garulu of ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' can transform from ''Series/TheTenthKingdom''. * The main character from the aptly-named ''Series/BigWolfOnCampus''.human to wolfman at will.

* George from ''Series/BeingHuman'' turns into a sort of wolf-man creature during his "time of the month". * Jiro/Garulu of ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' can transform from human to wolfman at will. * Gou from ''Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger'' had this issue when he first appeared. ** His counterpart RJ in ''PowerRangersJungleFury'' had a similar affliction, though it didn't show up until later, and culminated with him gaining control and becoming the Wolf Ranger. * Parodied: [[Series/ThirtyRock Werewolf bar mitzvah/Spooky, scary/Boys becoming men/Men becoming wolves...]]
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* George from ''Series/BeingHuman'' turns into a sort of wolf-man creature during his "time of Apparently the month". * Jiro/Garulu case for [[spoiler: Ethan Chandler]] of ''Series/KamenRiderKiva'' can transform from human to wolfman at will. * Gou from ''Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger'' had this issue when he first appeared. ** His counterpart RJ in ''PowerRangersJungleFury'' had a similar affliction, though it didn't show up until later, and culminated with him gaining control and becoming the Wolf Ranger. * Parodied: [[Series/ThirtyRock Werewolf bar mitzvah/Spooky, scary/Boys becoming men/Men becoming wolves...]]''Series/PennyDreadful''.

* ''Series/DoctorWho'', "Tooth and Claw": The Doctor and Rose encounter a boy who transforms into a humanoid-looking werewolf (of alien origin, naturally). * Apparently the case for [[spoiler: Ethan Chandler]] of ''Series/PennyDreadful''.
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'', "Tooth and Claw": The Doctor and Rose encounter All of the werewolves in ''Series/TeenWolf''. Beta wolves are the best example of this, being humanoid with wolf-like features. Alphas are more like the classic werewolf. And there's also a boy who transforms type that can go fully into a humanoid-looking werewolf (of alien origin, naturally). wolf form, too. * Apparently the case for [[spoiler: Ethan Chandler]] of ''Series/PennyDreadful''.Wolf from ''Series/TheTenthKingdom''. * Parodied: [[Series/ThirtyRock Werewolf bar mitzvah/Spooky, scary/Boys becoming men/Men becoming wolves...]]
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