History OurVampiresAreDifferent / WesternAnimation

15th Jun '16 2:38:08 PM KiraDoom
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** For that matter, [[spoiler:each of the vampires she got her powers from are pretty different]]. For instance, [[spoiler:the Vampire King himself is actually a ''lion'' rather than a humanoid]].



* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' has not one, not two, but ''three'' examples:
** From the ChristmasEpisode, there's Count 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]].
** 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...
** [[BlackAndNerdy Ir]][[NonActionGuy win]]. Not only is he the grandson of Dracula, thus making him a {{Dhampyr}}, but his mother is a {{Mummy}}, making him a HybridMonster. At first glance, his monster heritage isn't too apparent, but ''[[HalloweenEpisode Under]]''''[[SeriesFinale fist]]'' reveals that he has a monster form that kind of looks like some [[{{Goth}} gothic]] superhero. Along with this, he has dark powers that include ([[SuperpowerLottery but are not limited to]]) VoluntaryShapeshifting and {{Flight}}.



* ''WesternAnimation/MajorLazer'' features two different vampire sects. The ancient race of Vampire Vampires are a theatrical, cape-wearing, European-accented bunch, while the young, sexy Vampires acts like scene/rave kids. The two sects have been fighting since the beginning of Vampire Time.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MajorLazer'' features two different vampire sects. The ancient race of Vampire Vampires are a theatrical, cape-wearing, European-accented bunch, while the young, sexy Vampires Vampire acts like scene/rave kids. The two sects have been fighting since the beginning of Vampire Time.Times.
3rd Jun '16 8:51:24 PM BKelly95
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBatmanVsDracula'' has a version of Dracula who drains blood from people and makes them into "Lost Ones" who are minion vampires but can be turned back to human by scientific means. It's stated that he can kill people by draining their blood but it never happens, this being a cartoon where NobodyCanDie. Minion vampires always look like pale monstrous creatures, but Dracula himself can look human when he feeds enough.
** It should be noted that among his minions is a vampire Joker, and this continuity's version of the Joker is a feral gorilla-like prop comic, build like the original Beast and with lime green dreds. He robs a blood bank--which consists of a dramatically-lit warehouse lined with eighty-foot shelves of glass jars of blood. The Batman captures him and uses him as the experimental rat as he tries to cure vampirism.
** Ironic as it seems, in an episode of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'' called "Attack of the Vampires", the vampires didn't bite, but [[RedEyesTakeWarning shot laser beams from their eyes]] to make vampires in numberous amounts! How did the Caped Crusader and the Boy Wonder escape from joining them? They had visited a cave filled with '''normal''' bats by accident searching '''for''' the vampires!
** The Superfriends also faced Vampiress, the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZWJVa7Uvfk Voodoo Vampire.]] She shot transforming beams from her fangs. Broadcast Standards and Practices doesn't like vampires being shown biting lest young cartoon fans try acting it out on the playground (which is why the ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' version of Morbius had a sort of FacePalmOfDoom).

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBatmanVsDracula'' has a version of Dracula who drains blood from people and makes them into "Lost Ones" who are minion vampires but can be turned back to human by scientific means. It's stated that he can kill people by draining their blood but it never happens, this being a cartoon where NobodyCanDie. Minion vampires always look like pale monstrous creatures, but Dracula himself can look human when he feeds enough.
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enough. It should be noted that among his minions is a vampire Joker, and this continuity's version of the Joker is a feral gorilla-like prop comic, build like the original Beast and with lime green dreds. He robs a blood bank--which consists of a dramatically-lit warehouse lined with eighty-foot shelves of glass jars of blood. The Batman captures him and uses him as the experimental rat as he tries to cure vampirism.
** Ironic as it seems, in an episode of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'' called "Attack of the Vampires", the vampires didn't bite, but [[RedEyesTakeWarning shot laser beams from their eyes]] to make vampires in numberous amounts! How did the Caped Crusader and the Boy Wonder escape from joining them? They had visited a cave filled with '''normal''' bats by accident searching '''for''' the vampires!
** The Superfriends also faced Vampiress, the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZWJVa7Uvfk Voodoo Vampire.]] She shot transforming beams from her fangs. Broadcast Standards and Practices doesn't like vampires being shown biting lest young cartoon fans try acting it out on the playground (which is why the ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' version of Morbius had a sort of FacePalmOfDoom).
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* Vampires in ''[[WesternAnimation/RoswellConspiracies Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends]]'' are aliens like every other mythological creature in the show. Instead of being associated with bats they are far more snake-like, having a long tail instead of legs and having a long neck. Their human appearance is actually accomplished via a sophisticated hologram, and being exposed to sunlight causes vampires to burst into flame.



* The ''Superfriends'' example sounds much like an episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManAndHisAmazingFriends'' which featured Dracula, [[MonsterMash Wolfman, and Frankenstein's monster]], all using laser eyes to turn people into new monsters. Well except the Creature, which shot them from the bolts in his neck. Defeating the trio turned all the infected back to normal.

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* The ''Superfriends'' example sounds much like an An episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManAndHisAmazingFriends'' which ''WesternAnimation/SpiderWoman'' featured Dracula, [[MonsterMash Wolfman, and Frankenstein's monster]], all using laser eyes to turn people into new monsters. Well except the Creature, monster, which shot them from the bolts in his neck. Defeating the trio turned all the infected back to normal.



* Vampires in ''[[WesternAnimation/RoswellConspiracies Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends]]'' are aliens like every other mythological creature in the show. Instead of being associated with bats they are far more snake-like, having a long tail instead of legs and having a long neck. Their human appearance is actually accomplished via a sophisticated hologram, and being exposed to sunlight causes vampires to burst into flame.

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* Vampires ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'':
** Ironic as it seems,
in ''[[WesternAnimation/RoswellConspiracies Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends]]'' are aliens like every other mythological creature in an episode called "Attack of the show. Instead of being associated with bats they are far more snake-like, having a long tail instead of legs and having a long neck. Their human appearance is actually accomplished via a sophisticated hologram, and being exposed to sunlight causes Vampires", the vampires didn't bite, but [[RedEyesTakeWarning shot laser beams from their eyes]] to burst into flame.make vampires in numberous amounts! How did the Caped Crusader and the Boy Wonder escape from joining them? They had visited a cave filled with '''normal''' bats by accident searching '''for''' the vampires!
** The Superfriends also faced Vampiress, the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZWJVa7Uvfk Voodoo Vampire.]] She shot transforming beams from her fangs. Broadcast Standards and Practices doesn't like vampires being shown biting lest young cartoon fans try acting it out on the playground (which is why the ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' version of Morbius had a sort of FacePalmOfDoom).
31st May '16 1:31:39 PM Morgenthaler
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* Vampires in ''[[RoswellConspiracies Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends]]'' are aliens like every other mythological creature in the show. Instead of being associated with bats they are far more snake-like, having a long tail instead of legs and having a long neck. Their human appearance is actually accomplished via a sophisticated hologram, and being exposed to sunlight causes vampires to burst into flame.

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* Vampires in ''[[RoswellConspiracies ''[[WesternAnimation/RoswellConspiracies Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends]]'' are aliens like every other mythological creature in the show. Instead of being associated with bats they are far more snake-like, having a long tail instead of legs and having a long neck. Their human appearance is actually accomplished via a sophisticated hologram, and being exposed to sunlight causes vampires to burst into flame.
13th Nov '15 1:34:09 PM Vir
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** A true example is Marcula, the Aqua Teen's landlord.

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** A true example is Marcula, the Aqua Teen's Teens' landlord.
19th Oct '15 5:46:12 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', the vampire is a huge potato. Talk about different. It seems to mostly be a roaring beast, and when it captures its victims and does whatever it does offscreen, the result is a character with an intense desire for potato-based foods, MindControlEyes, no will other than to sit around and watch TV (a ''couch'' potato), and sprouts coming out of their heads. Its weakness is someone saying "potato backwards" (literally, "potato backwards", not "otatop") while shaking out the pollen of the particular plant that its creator, Bushroot, happens to be. (Incidentally, on his way into the forest, he runs into some hicks who perform some... interesting vampahr tests on him [[note]]dropping him from a great height because apparently, vampahrs bayounce; force-feeding him super-hot peppers because vampahrs don't lahk 'em...[[/note]].)

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* In ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', the ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' episode "Night of the Living Spud", the vampire is a huge potato. Talk about different. It seems to mostly be a roaring beast, and when it captures its victims and does whatever it does offscreen, the result is a character with an intense desire for potato-based foods, MindControlEyes, no will other than to sit around and watch TV (a ''couch'' potato), and sprouts coming out of their heads. Its weakness is someone saying "potato backwards" (literally, "potato backwards", not "otatop") while shaking out the pollen of a ''lycium nycanthropus'', the particular plant that its creator, Bushroot, happens to be. (Incidentally, on his way into the forest, he runs into some hicks who perform some... interesting vampahr tests on him [[note]]dropping him from a great height because apparently, vampahrs bayounce; force-feeding him super-hot peppers because vampahrs don't lahk 'em...[[/note]].)
15th Oct '15 11:11:25 AM Scabbard
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** Michael Mourningstar (AKA Darkstar), one of the villains from ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'', possess characteristics similar to a vampire.

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** Michael Mourningstar Morningstar (AKA Darkstar), one of the villains from ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'', possess characteristics similar to a vampire.
15th Oct '15 11:10:53 AM Scabbard
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* ''WesternAnimation/ArchiesWeirdMysteries'' gave vampires a three episode arc ("Scarlet Night", "I Was A Teenage Vampire", "Halloween of Horror"). Transformation is immediate and results in TranshumanTreachery level morality shift. Transformation also results in pale white skin, red eyes, and the usual fangs. The condition can be cured by killing the victim's sire within an hour or the head vampire at any time. They have the abilities of flight, super strength, and changing into mist. There's also a mystic amulet that can destroy them with a laser beam, but it must be used by "the chosen one".

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* ''WesternAnimation/ArchiesWeirdMysteries'' gave vampires a three episode arc ("Scarlet Night", "I Was A Teenage Vampire", "Halloween of Horror"). Transformation is immediate and results in TranshumanTreachery level morality shift. Transformation also results in pale white skin, red eyes, and the usual fangs. The condition can be cured by killing the victim's sire within an hour or the head vampire at any time. They have the abilities of flight, super strength, and changing into mist. Minions can walk in sunlight if they use sunblock. There's also a mystic amulet that can destroy them with a laser beam, but it must be used by "the chosen one".
10th Jun '15 2:30:46 PM larkey
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* ''WesternAnimation/MajorLazer'' features two different vampire sects. The ancient race of Vampire Vampires are a theatrical, cape-wearing, European-accented bunch, while the young, sexy Vampires acts like scene/rave kids. The two sects have been fighting since the beginning of Vampire Time.
19th May '15 7:04:39 PM WillKeaton
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* Franchise/{{Ben 10}} has several exemples of those:

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* Franchise/{{Ben 10}} ''Franchise/{{Ben 10}}'' has several exemples of those:
25th Feb '15 4:09:36 AM LondonKdS
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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. Also, she can apparently enter houses without being invited and has extra powers like necromancy and invisibility, though sunlight still hurts her.

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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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