History Series / Blade

22nd Jan '16 12:41:01 PM ChronoLegion
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* FantasticDrug: Vampire ashes.
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* FantasticDrug: Vampire ashes. There are some ''unfortunate'' side effects, like some people eating their own fingers.
22nd Jan '16 12:25:21 PM ChronoLegion
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* FantasticRacism: The Bad Bloods were a street gang who took in Blade as a child and ended up bitten and turned by him. Although they seem to be ordinary vampires (they are not daywalkers) and hate Blade, they are shunned by the other vampires and called "mongrels".
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* FantasticRacism: The Bad Bloods were a street gang who took in Blade as a child and ended up bitten and turned by him. Although they seem to be ordinary vampires (they are not daywalkers) and hate Blade, they are shunned by the other vampires and called "mongrels". The only way for them to join a vampire house is to do something very useful, like bring in Blade.
22nd Jan '16 12:20:44 PM ChronoLegion
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* AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs: In the series finale, the vampires find Blade's hideout and storm it, forcing Blade and Shen to engage the SelfDestructMechanism.

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** Additionally, [[spoiler:Marcus kills Damek with a tomahawk]].
22nd Jan '16 12:18:13 PM ChronoLegion
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Blade's first fight in the pilot ends with him slicing the vampire's throat, resulting in his blood splashing on the screen, forming the show's title. Not only does this depart from the films, but every other vampire death in the show has them turn to ash instantly without any blood being spilled ([[spoiler:with the exception of the purebloods, who are killed by a virus]]).
21st Jan '16 11:32:51 PM spirasen
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An American TV series which followed in the continuity of the ''{{Film/Blade}}'' films, though without any of the main cast. Although not played by Creator/WesleySnipes, Kirk Jones (the new actor, best known as the rapper Sticky Fingaz) is surprisingly versatile in the role. The series was short-lived, lasting only from June to September, 2006. A total of 12 episodes. The series follows a Iraq veteran, Krista Starr, as she learns about the Vampire {{Masquerade}} after her brother was killed. (No, not [[TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade that]] one!) Eventually, in a bid to destroy the House of Chthon from the inside, she herself is converted into a vampire and must deal with her own hunger.
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An American TV series which followed in the continuity of the ''{{Film/Blade}}'' ''Film/{{Blade}}'' films, though without any of the main cast. Although not played by Creator/WesleySnipes, Wesley Snipes, Kirk Jones (the new actor, best known as the rapper Sticky Fingaz) is surprisingly versatile in the role. The series was short-lived, lasting only from June to September, 2006. A total of 12 episodes. The series follows a Iraq an UsefulNotes/{{Iraq}} veteran, Krista Starr, as she learns about the Vampire {{Masquerade}} after her brother was killed. (No, not [[TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade that]] one!) Eventually, in a bid to destroy the House of Chthon from the inside, she herself is converted into a vampire and must deal with her own hunger.
21st Dec '15 4:17:22 PM MarchVee
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Italicized ''Blade''
An American TV series which followed in the continuity of the {{Film/Blade}} films, though without any of the main cast. Although not played by Creator/WesleySnipes, Kirk Jones (the new actor, best known as the rapper Sticky Fingaz) is surprisingly versatile in the role. The series was short-lived, lasting only from June to September, 2006. A total of 12 episodes.
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An American TV series which followed in the continuity of the {{Film/Blade}} ''{{Film/Blade}}'' films, though without any of the main cast. Although not played by Creator/WesleySnipes, Kirk Jones (the new actor, best known as the rapper Sticky Fingaz) is surprisingly versatile in the role. The series was short-lived, lasting only from June to September, 2006. A total of 12 episodes.
21st Dec '15 4:16:40 PM MarchVee
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An American TV series which followed in the continuity of the {{Film/Blade}} films, though without any of the main cast. Although not played by WesleySnipes, Kirk Jones (the new actor, best known as the rapper Sticky Fingaz) is surprisingly versatile in the role. The series was short-lived, lasting only from June to September, 2006. A total of 12 episodes.
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An American TV series which followed in the continuity of the {{Film/Blade}} films, though without any of the main cast. Although not played by WesleySnipes, Creator/WesleySnipes, Kirk Jones (the new actor, best known as the rapper Sticky Fingaz) is surprisingly versatile in the role. The series was short-lived, lasting only from June to September, 2006. A total of 12 episodes.
8th Oct '15 9:07:00 PM nombretomado
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-->"My colleague [[MoonKnight Marc Spector's]] area of expertise."
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-->"My colleague [[MoonKnight [[ComicBook/MoonKnight Marc Spector's]] area of expertise."
16th Sep '15 11:05:02 AM Anicomicgeek
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* RecycledTheSeries: Based fully on the [[{{Film/Blade}} films]].
25th Jun '15 3:15:18 PM ultimomant
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* FantasticRacism: The Bad Bloods were a street gang who took in Blade as a child and ended up bitten and turned by him. Although they seem be ordinary vampires and hate Blade, they are shunned by the other vampires and called "mongrels".
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* FantasticRacism: The Bad Bloods were a street gang who took in Blade as a child and ended up bitten and turned by him. Although they seem to be ordinary vampires (they are not daywalkers) and hate Blade, they are shunned by the other vampires and called "mongrels".
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