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- Batman Vampire was a trilogy of tales told under DC's alternate-universe Elseworlds label, in which Batman fought Dracula, becoming a vampire himself in the process.
- Batgirl: In one issue, Batgirl and Supergirl fought twenty four Draculas. They escaped from movies.
- In Marvel Comics Dracula has at some point fought nearly everyone, as well as holding down his own popular title, The Tomb of Dracula for years. He's fought (deep breath) Doctor Strange, Blade, The Frankenstein Monster, Jack Russell from Werewolf by Night, other miscellaneous monster-hunter characters, the X-Mennote , Doctor Doom, Captain Britain and MI13,note Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, Monica Rambeau of The Avengers, and Thor. Thor has even fought Dracula when the latter was amped by the blood of a god, and Dracula's also come close to curb-stomping Silver Surfer! (Who was admittedly having a rough day.) The only person that really gave Drac trouble was Apocalypse. Oh and of course Deadpool who wooed and married a potential powerful bride for him.
- In the Army of Darkness comics, Ash fights Dracula in the storyline appropriately named "Ash vs. Dracula".
- Superman once fought a Dracula expy that he defeated by letting the pseudo-Drac bite him (he's solar powered; apparently, his blood stores sunlight).
- Planetary's Elijah Snow. One of the most humiliating for Dracula, Snow simply froze him solid and then smashed him to pieces with a Groin Attack.
- Dracula vs. Zorro. Linkara highly recommends it.
- Dracula is sent back in time by Satan to destroy King Arthur in Dracula vs. King Arthur.
- Solomon Kane fought Dracula in a pair of interconnected tales that ran in Dracula Lives and Savage Sword of Conan.
- Santa fights him for control of the North Pole in the aptly named Santa Versus Dracula
- Dracula is an enemy regularly fought by Vampirella with his backstory being retconned into him having the same origin as Vampi's, being an alien from a vampire planet rather than a Romanian warlord.
- Unsurprisingly, he also appears in American Vampire, though he is faced by the supporting cast in a limited miniseries focused on them rather than the primary characters Pearl or Skinner.
- Victoria Undead II: Sherlock Holmes vs Dracula is, well, just that with Holmes and Watson coming across the cast from the Dracula novel who are currently engaged in trying to stop him.
- In the Top Cow crossover Monster War, Dracula fought against its heroes The Darkness, Witchblade, the Magdalena and Lara Croft. Unusually for this trope, Drac was not the Big Bad, but rather The Dragon to Mr. Hyde.
- Billy The Kid vs. Dracula: Yes, this is a real movie. Oddly enough, the vampire has a different name in the movie, making the title a little misleading.
- Dracula is the Big Bad of Blade: Trinity. Fitting, since he was one of comic incarnation Blade's main adversaries.
- Bonnie and Clyde vs. Dracula: After a heist goes wrong, outlaw couple Bonnie and Clyde crash a mansion inhabited by the recently revived Dracula.
- In Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, the Wolf Man fights Dracula.
- Emmanuelle vs. Dracula: Buxom beauty Emmanuelle uses her sexual charms to help save her friends from being attacked by bloodsucking vampires. Though she spends most of the film dealing with a male vampire who isn't Dracula, as well as her transformed friends. Dracula himself doesn't show up until the last 10 minutes of the movie, to take the credit for everything that happened.
- The Librarian faces off against vampires in the third film, The Curse of the Judas Chalice. Dracula is their leader, but is pretending to be someone else.
- El Santo takes on Dracula in two of his films, Santo en El Tesoro de Drácula and Santo y Blue Demon contra Drácula y el Hombre Lobo.
- Sherlock Holmes matches wits with Dracula in the 1978 novel Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula; or the Adventure of the Sanguinary Count by Loren D. Estleman.
- Another Holmes/Dracula clash is recored in Fred Saberhagen's The Holmes-Dracula File. Although it ends up being played with, since Dracula in this continuity is subject to Alternate Character Interpretation and is less evil than typically thought, and Holmes's antagonism rests mainly on a misunderstanding; once it's cleared up, the two end up working together.
Live Action TV
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer: In season five, Buffy fights Dracula. Neither of them really wins: Buffy is unable to kill him, but she does manage to shoo him out of Sunnydale.
- Hercules: The Legendary Journeys sixth season episode "Darkness Visible" Hercules fights Dracula. Instead of time travel, the whole Dracula setting is moved to ancient Greece complete with Prince Vlad, strigoi, spooky castle, and Turks. Only references to God are replaced with Gods.
- Penny Dreadful: (One of the) Big Bads of the entire series is Dracula. Vanessa, Ethan, and most of the main cast go up against him directly in Season Three, but no one manages to defeat him. Vanessa ultimately succumbs and gets bitten, the other characters get smacked around when they try to attack him, including Ethan. In the end, Dracula escapes London, unscathed.
- In Frankenstein: The Monster Returns, Dracula is the boss of the penultimate stage.
- In King's Quest II, King Graham fights Dracula as his third trial. In the Fan Remake, Dracula is replaced by Caldaur and King Graham befriends him.
- In Midnights Blessing, Dracula is after his missing soul, so he can hand it over to the Devil in exchange for true immortality. It's up to a mailgirl, a monster hunter, a vampire hunter and a werewolf to put a stop to him.
- In NetHack, Dracula is a mandatory boss. Unfortunately, he's not much stronger than a normal vampire lord, a trivial enemy at this point, so many players sometimes just kill him with candy bars or other such "Vladsbanes", as they are called by the fanbase. Or just kill him in a single hit with cockatrice corpses or a blessed +7 Grayswandir.
- The Batman vs. Dracula: Batman fights Dracula.
- Scooby-Doo! and the Reluctant Werewolf: Dracula is the villain of the movie.
- Centurions: The Centurions encounter Dracula in the episode "Night on Terror Mountain". The Count uses Mind Control instead of his vampire powers to turn hero Max Ray and villain Doc Terror into his mental slaves, but is defeated when the other Centurions use the old "exposure to sunlight" ploy.
- Dracula was the villain in the Castlevania episode of Captain N: The Game Master, naturally.
- One episode of Animaniacs has the Warner Siblings dealing with Dracula, although they don't fight him as much as drive him insane with their antics.
- Dracula attempted to make Firestar his bride in an episode of Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends entitled, appropriately enough, "The Bride of Dracula!" Because it makes perfect sense for a vampire to marry someone whose powers involve generating heat and light.
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012): Dracula appears during the fifth season as part of the Monster Arc, being forcibly recruited by Savanti Romero in order to help him conquer the world.
- The Flintstones (of all people) had an encounter with Dracula, er Rockula, in The Flintstones Meet Rockula and Frankenstone where a vacation to Transylvania, er Rocksylvania, leads Rockula to seek Wilma as his bride. She scares him off by listing the responsibilities of modern marriage.
- Filmation's Ghostbusters: Jake, Eddie and Tracy battle Dracula in the episode "Shades of Dracula". Dracula's design is basically the same as Drac from another Filmation cartoon The Groovie Ghoulies.
- In the Spider-Woman episode "Dracula's Revenge", Spider-Woman fights Dracula, with the Wolfman and Frankenstein's Monster appearing as the vampire's minions.