History OurVampiresAreDifferent / WesternAnimation

3rd Dec '17 7:09:55 PM Theriocephalus
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* On ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime,'' Marceline the Vampire Queen ''can'' drink blood, but actually only needs to eat the color red (which she can suck out of anything, leaving it gray). This does '''''not''''' necessarily make her a FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire, however---she seems to like the title characters, but once mad, she [[OneWingedAngel transforms into a horrific bat-monster]] and tries to kill you really fast. She is in a [[PowerFloats permanent state of levitation]], and even floats above her bed while sleeping. Also, she can apparently enter houses without being invited and has extra powers like necromancy and invisibility, though sunlight still hurts her. It should be noted that Marceline is the only vampire so far seen in the show, and it is possible that some of her odder powers and features may be because of her complex origin as [[spoiler:a half-demon HalfHumanHybrid who then got turned into a vampire]].

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* On ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime,'' Marceline the Vampire Queen ''can'' drink blood, but actually only needs to eat the color red (which she can suck out of anything, leaving it gray). This does '''''not''''' necessarily make her a FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire, however---she however -- she seems to like the title characters, but once mad, she [[OneWingedAngel transforms into a horrific bat-monster]] and tries to kill you really fast. She is in a [[PowerFloats permanent state of levitation]], and even floats above her bed while sleeping. Also, she can apparently enter houses without being invited and has extra powers like necromancy and invisibility, though sunlight still hurts her. It should be noted that Marceline is the only vampire so far seen in the show, and it is possible that some of her odder powers and features may be because of her complex origin as [[spoiler:a half-demon HalfHumanHybrid who then got turned into a vampire]].
20th Jul '17 1:59:36 PM DracoKanji
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** A true example is Marcula, the Aqua Teens' landlord.

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** ''Assisted Living Dracula'', a reality show Shake watches, is mentioned in the same episode. They later go to Dracula's grave to prove to Shake that vampires aren't real. In this case, Dracula was apparently ''not'' vulnerable to sunlight, but died of old age in an assisted living facility.
** Another episode involves recurring character MC Pee Pants coming back to life as an old man under the recording name Little Brittle. He gets bit by a vampire fan. [[spoiler:This was actually [[AllAccordingToPlanned exactly his goal]]. They both die almost immediately due to sunlight.]]
** A true example is Marcula, the Aqua Teens' landlord. He's not killed by sunlight, can talk to spiders, and is hunchbacked with green skin and uncontrollable body hair. He disintegrates when Carl spills garlic juice on him, but later shows up as a flying head with arms.
1st Feb '17 3:15:26 AM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' episode "[[HalloweenEpisode CatDogula]]" featured the city of Nearburg being attacked by Peruvian vampire ticks who succeed in turning everyone but Cat into a vampire. In the end, Cat cures everyone of their vampirism, including the Peruvian vampire ticks.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' episode "[[HalloweenEpisode CatDogula]]" featured the city of Nearburg being attacked by Peruvian vampire ticks who succeed in turning everyone but Cat into a vampire. In the end, Cat cures everyone of their vampirism, vampirism by dousing them in garlic juice, including the Peruvian vampire ticks.
1st Feb '17 3:13:10 AM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' episode "[[HalloweenEpisode CatDogula]]" featured the city of Nearburg being attacked by Peruvian vampire ticks who succeed in turning everyone but Cat into a vampire. In the end, Cat cures everyone of their vampirism, including the Peruvian vampire ticks.
10th Jan '17 8:23:09 PM Luppercus
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** In "Transylvanian Homesick Blues" they visit [[{{Überwald}} Boldavia]] hired by Count Vostak who turns out to be not only a vampire but the LastOfHisKind harrass by the vampire hunter Van Helding. Curiously though, the ghostbusters side with him and protect him of Van Helding. They also mention that he is the first vampire they encounter (disregarding completely the Lupusville episode).

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** In "Transylvanian Homesick Blues" they visit [[{{Überwald}} [[{{Ruritania}} Boldavia]] hired by Count Vostak who turns out to be not only a vampire but the LastOfHisKind harrass by the vampire hunter Van Helding. Curiously though, the ghostbusters side with him and protect him of Van Helding. They also mention that he is the first vampire they encounter (disregarding completely the Lupusville episode).
10th Jan '17 8:20:41 PM Luppercus
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* Episode "No One Comes to Lupusville" of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' deals with a village of vampires. The ghostbusters themselves are hired by the head vampire and turn out [[spoiler:werewolves were the original owners of the village, therefore the name, and they were taken prisoners by the vampires.]]

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* Episode Several episodes of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'':
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"No One Comes to Lupusville" of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' deals the ghostbusters deal with a village of vampires. The ghostbusters themselves are hired by the head vampire and turn out [[spoiler:werewolves were the original owners of the village, therefore the name, and they were taken prisoners by the vampires.]]]]
** In "Transylvanian Homesick Blues" they visit [[{{Überwald}} Boldavia]] hired by Count Vostak who turns out to be not only a vampire but the LastOfHisKind harrass by the vampire hunter Van Helding. Curiously though, the ghostbusters side with him and protect him of Van Helding. They also mention that he is the first vampire they encounter (disregarding completely the Lupusville episode).
** "My Left Fang" have a vampire-ghost... as in a ghost that drinks the ectoplasm of other ghosts. The ghostbusters were hired this time for the people of a German town that depends on ghosts as a tourist attraction to actually help the ghosts get rid of the vampire.
7th Jan '17 2:30:56 PM Luppercus
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravedaleHigh'' has Vinny Stoker, the bohemian womenizer vampire and kind of [[Series/HappyDays Fonziesque looking]].
3rd Jan '17 7:31:01 AM Luppercus
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* Episode "No One Comes to Lupusville" of ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' deals with a village of vampires. The ghostbusters themselves are hired by the head vampire and turn out [[spoiler:werewolves were the original owners of the village, therefore the name, and they were taken prisoners by the vampires.]]
13th Dec '16 4:01:13 AM Vir
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** The show's version of {{Dracula}} is an old man, and is a ShoutOut to both Redd Foxx and ''Film/{{Blacula}}''. Despite being black, he looks more like Novel!Dracula than most other Draculas, and [[DaywalkingVampire he doesn't burn when exposed to sunlight]] (except for a brief moment in his first appearance). Also, his grandson is also an example, which brings us to...

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** The show's version of {{Dracula}} is an old man, and is a ShoutOut to both Redd Foxx and ''Film/{{Blacula}}''. Despite being black, he looks more like Novel!Dracula than most other Draculas, and [[DaywalkingVampire he doesn't burn when exposed to sunlight]] (except for a brief moment in his first appearance).two appearances). Also, his grandson is also an example, which brings us to...
13th Dec '16 4:00:29 AM Vir
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** From the ChristmasEpisode, there's Baron von Ghoulish, the head vampire voiced by Creator/MalcolmMcdowell. He seems a lot like a classic vampire, except he's a neat freak and lives in the North Pole. But what's more, [[spoiler:there's also a Head ''Head'' Vampire, who is actually Mrs. Claus; in fact, she's actually the one who turned Santa into a vampire in the first place]].

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** From the ChristmasEpisode, there's Baron von Ghoulish, the head vampire voiced by Creator/MalcolmMcdowell.Creator/MalcolmMcDowell. He seems a lot like a classic vampire, except he's a neat freak and lives in the North Pole. But what's more, [[spoiler:there's also a Head ''Head'' Vampire, who is actually Mrs. Claus; in fact, she's actually the one who turned Santa into a vampire in the first place]].
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