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- Hellsing's protagonist. He's the Dracula. Him taking the name of Alucard is said to be a name given to him by a former Hellsing leader, specifically Arthur Hellsing, Integra's father.
- The hero of Master Mosquiton is Alucard Von Mosquiton.
- There is an Alucard present in Rosario + Vampire, though he is a massive, tentacled monstrosity that used to be a vampire before his immense power and hatred turned him into what he is now. His intelligent side was cloned into Miyabi Fujisaki, a.k.a. The Masked King.
- The bizarre Dell Comics superhero version of Dracula uses "Aloyisius Ulysses Card" as his secret identity.
- A story with Mickey Mouse as a Hard Boiled Detective had him encounter a mysterious couple calling themselves "Alucard". They turned out to be the descendants of the real Count Dracula, who, unlike the real real "Dracula", had been a perfectly nice and ordinary guy who got a bad reputation for convoluted reasons involving an illness that caused vulnerability to sunlight and his efforts to cure it.
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- The original use of "Alucard" as a vampire's alias was in the 1943 film Son of Dracula, starring Lon Chaney, Jr. It hits Unbuilt Trope territory in that every character in the movie figures out the obvious nature of the alias immediately.
- In the Hammer Horror film Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972), Dracula's minion is called Johnny Alucard. Dr. Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) notices the anagram only by writing it and drawing lines.
- In The Monster Squad, a kid sees Alucard's name on a post-it note on his parents' refrigerator and plays with the letters until he gets Dracula.
- In Santo en El Tesoro de Drácula, the count's reputation precedes him even in 19th century Mexico, so he introduces himself as "El Conde Alucard."
- In Victorian literature vampires were only slightly more creative with their aliases. Dracula once went by "Draco", while Carmilla used at least two different anagrams of her real name of "Mircalla".
- In Dracula, Go Home by Kin Platt, the villain uses several aliases that are turn out to be anagrams of Dracula, including Alucard.
- The Last Vampire by Willis Hall has a Friendly Neighbourhood Vampire descendant of Dracula who goes by "Count Alucard".
- The title character in the Anno Dracula novel Johnny Alucard, who by the end of the book has become the new Dracula.
- In The Lost Books series by Ted Dekker, there's a vampiric, bat-like demon named Alucard. He's said to be the inspiration for the Dracula legend.
- In the Dracula TV series, Dracula went by the name of Alexander Lucard.
- A vampire named "Alucard" also shows up on Wizards of Waverly Place.
- Gentle Giant recorded a song entitled "Alucard", with cryptic lyrics that presumably refer to Dracula.
- Tech N9ne has a track called "Alucard" on his Seepage EP. The track is a Boastful Rap detailing exactly why Tech has managed to outlast other rappers, likening his staying power as an artist to a vampire's immortality. The rap ends with Tech shouting "A-L-U-C-A-R-D/Read it backwards!"
- The protagonist of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, who first appeared in Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse. His real name is Adrian Fahrenheits Tepes, and "Alucard" is an alias he took up to show that he stood opposed to his father.
- In the Castlevania: Lords of Shadow canon, Alucard is actually Trevor Belmont. The name "Alucard" is a pseudonym that Dracula gives to him after he dies by his hand. Dracula (who in this continuity is Gabriel Belmont, Trevor's father) chose it as Trevor had stated that they were "opposites", and he never actually learned Trevor's name before he died.
- There's a vampire named "Alucard" in the top-down shooter Gunbird II...
- There is a text adventure game for the ZX Spectrum called Merlock the Mede: The Ashes of Alucard.
- BlazBlue brings us Rachel Alucard, a vampiric Elegant Gothic Lolita who has only ever bitten one person.
- Played with in the Fan Remake of King's Quest II, where a vampiric count is called Caldaur.
- Occurs in The Adventures of Dr. McNinja with the real Dracula. Doc thinks that Ben Franklin's a moron to fall for that name, complete with Head Desk reaction. Although Doc later notes that the use of his most obvious pseudonym was most likely to ensure they went looking for him.
- In the webcomic Eerie Cuties, teen vampire Layla Delacroix has the middle name Alucardia.