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14th Feb '18 9:55:43 AM Piterpicher
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** 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.

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** His counterpart RJ in ''PowerRangersJungleFury'' ''Series/PowerRangersJungleFury'' had a similar affliction, though it didn't show up until later, and culminated with him gaining control and becoming the Wolf Ranger.
12th Feb '18 8:15:41 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Werewolves can take this form in the ''{{Rolemaster}}'' campaign setting ''Shadow World''.

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* Werewolves can take this form in the ''{{Rolemaster}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Rolemaster}}'' campaign setting ''Shadow World''.
6th Feb '18 4:33:38 PM nombretomado
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* The 1961 Film/HammerHorror ''Film/TheCurseOfTheWerewolf'' (a loose adaptation of GuyEndore's ''TheWerewolfOfParis'') starred OliverReed as the werewolf, humanoid in shape but with a more wolfish and frightening appearance than in the Lon Chaney Jr. film.

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* The 1961 Film/HammerHorror ''Film/TheCurseOfTheWerewolf'' (a loose adaptation of GuyEndore's ''TheWerewolfOfParis'') starred OliverReed Creator/OliverReed as the werewolf, humanoid in shape but with a more wolfish and frightening appearance than in the Lon Chaney Jr. film.
4th Feb '18 6:09:52 PM Gamermaster
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* Wolf familiars Arf and Zafira of ''[[Franchise/LyricalNanoha Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha]]'', who are shown as capable of shifting from giant wolves, to this, to full human (i.e., no wolf ears or tails), to FunSize versions of the first two forms. And just to punctuate the Wolf Man image, Arf's first on-screen transformation into a wolf was accompanied with a full moon in the background.

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* Wolf familiars Arf and Zafira of ''[[Franchise/LyricalNanoha Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha]]'', ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'', who are shown as capable of shifting from giant wolves, to this, to full human (i.e., no wolf ears or tails), to FunSize versions of the first two forms. And just to punctuate the Wolf Man image, Arf's first on-screen transformation into a wolf was accompanied with a full moon in the background.
25th Jan '18 10:22:27 PM VulgarBee
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* ''Manga/OnePiece: Like all Zoan Fruit users can turn between human, animal or human-animal-hybrid forms, Jabra is capable of transforming into a wolf-man, thanks to the Dog-Dog-Fruit: Model Wolf he has eaten. The hybrid forms are generally the most powerful forms among Zodiac users (there are exceptions like Chopper, though), so Jabra's wolf-man form is his usual combat form when he goes serious.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece: ''Manga/OnePiece'': Like all Zoan Fruit users can turn between human, animal or human-animal-hybrid forms, Jabra is capable of transforming into a wolf-man, thanks to the Dog-Dog-Fruit: Model Wolf he has eaten. The hybrid forms are generally the most powerful forms among Zodiac users (there are exceptions like Chopper, though), so Jabra's wolf-man form is his usual combat form when he goes serious.
30th Oct '17 6:09:10 AM CosmicFerret
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Subtrope of OurWerewolvesAreDifferent, dealing with a BeastMan that has wolf features, but retaining human proportions. [[MonsterMash Together]] with Count {{Dracula}}, the {{Mummy}}, and FrankensteinsMonster, this is generally considered to complete the set of "classic" [[MonsterMash horror monsters]]. Unlike the other three, however, there is no single specific source of popular werewolf lore. The closest claim to such a source in literature might be GuyEndore's classic novel ''TheWerewolfOfParis'', but cinema seems to have been more definitive in terms of shaping the concept. Hence, Lon Chaney Jr.'s character (Lawrence Talbot) from the 1941 film ''[[Film/TheWolfMan1941 The Wolf Man]]'' is usually regarded as providing the template that others have followed.

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Subtrope of OurWerewolvesAreDifferent, dealing with a BeastMan that has wolf features, but retaining human proportions. [[MonsterMash Together]] with Count {{Dracula}}, the {{Mummy}}, and FrankensteinsMonster, this is generally considered to complete the set of "classic" [[MonsterMash horror monsters]]. Unlike the other three, however, there is no single specific source of popular werewolf lore. The closest claim to such a source in literature might be GuyEndore's classic novel ''TheWerewolfOfParis'', but cinema seems to have been more definitive in terms of shaping the concept. Hence, Lon Chaney Jr.'s Creator/LonChaneyJr's character (Lawrence Talbot) from the 1941 film ''[[Film/TheWolfMan1941 The Wolf Man]]'' is usually regarded as providing the template that others have followed.
8th Sep '17 12:34:45 PM SeptimusHeap
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* John Jameson, son of Daily Bugle publisher J. Jonah Jameson, has served as a member of Franchise/{{Spider-Man}}'s rogues gallery as Man-Wolf after being exposed to a moonstone that mutated him into a werewolf.

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* John Jameson, son of Daily Bugle publisher J. Jonah Jameson, has served as a member of Franchise/{{Spider-Man}}'s Franchise/SpiderMan's rogues gallery as Man-Wolf after being exposed to a moonstone that mutated him into a werewolf.
29th Aug '17 1:09:24 PM Stealth
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* Brad Fang of ''VideoGame/{{Contra}}: Hard Corps''. He looks like what might happen if Film/TheTerminator somehow suffered from lycanthropy, being a musclebound humanoid werewolf cyborg with CoolShades and a [[GatlingGood Gatling]] ArmCannon.
15th Aug '17 7:48:47 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'': Wolf men, described as people with the heads and tails of wolves, are included in the multitude of bipedal animals found inhabiting Savage biomes. When dwarves like them, they will do so for their cunning. Dingo men and coyote men are also present.

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* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'': Wolf men, described as people with the heads and tails of wolves, are included in the multitude of bipedal animals found inhabiting Savage biomes. When dwarves like them, they will do so for their cunning. Dingo men (who will eat dorf babies) and coyote men are also present.
15th Aug '17 7:41:38 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}!'' did a parody of the original ''The Wolf Man'' with an obvious Lon Chaney Jr. parody coming to Dexter for help with his werewolf problem. Freakazoid, after forcing him to suffer numerous indignities, ultimately cured him by dumping him into the internet and back out again. This same episode even parodied the frame-by-frame transformations of the original Wolfman, for both the Lon Chaney Jr. {{Expy}} and Freakazoid himself. It was the best CrowningMomentOfFunny in a series full of them.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}!'' did a parody of the original ''The Wolf Man'' with an obvious Lon Chaney Jr. parody coming to Dexter for help with his werewolf problem. Freakazoid, after forcing him to suffer numerous indignities, ultimately cured him by dumping him into the internet and back out again. This same episode even parodied the frame-by-frame transformations of the original Wolfman, for both the Lon Chaney Jr. {{Expy}} and Freakazoid himself. It was one of the best CrowningMomentOfFunny funniest moments in a series [[Funny/{{Freakazoid}} full of them.them]].
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