A vampire who befriends a little girl named Mina.
- Dark Is Not Evil: He is a vampire with blue skin and a black cape, but is also a good guy, especially because of how loyal he is to Mina.
- Defrosting Ice King: His experience with Mina in the first short turns him into this.
- Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: After befriending Mina, he becomes a more or less harmless vampire whose only concern is for Mina's well-being.
- Intergenerational Friendship: He is around 700 years old, while Mina is 7.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: His real name is Vlad.
- Papa Wolf: Dont mess with Mina if you know whats good for you.
- Vampire Vords: To be expected, being based on Dracula.
A little girl who befriends the Count and has a lot of fun with him.
- Cheerful Child: She is constantly happy and good-natured.
- Children Are Innocent: She's more or less oblivious of the fact that her best friend is an undead being who feasts on the blood of the living.
- Innocent Inaccurate: "My Best Friend" the student film by Rob Renzetti that the shorts were based on, has her accompany the Count on his nightly visits and compares him to Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy, noting that the people visited by the Count don't wake up.
- Intergenerational Friendship: She's a seven-year-old girl who is friends with a vampire who is about 700 years old.
- Meaningful Name: Her name is a reference to Mina Harker from Dracula.
- Sibling Rivalry: She gets into spats with her older sister Lucy.
- Parental Obliviousness: He's completely unaware that his youngest daughter's best friend is a vampire.
- Unnamed Parent: His first name is never revealed.
Mina's older sister.
- Bratty Teenage Daughter: She's your garden variety teenage girl who acts entitled and unpleasant.
- Likes Older Men: She's a teenager who ends up having a crush on the Count.
- Sibling Rivalry: She does not get along well with Mina.
The Count's hunchbacked assistant, who does not approve of him spending time with Mina.
- Characterization Marches On: He was depicted as bumbling and incompetent in the original short (the reason the Count met Mina in the first place was because he botched the Count's schedule of victims), but the remainder of the series depicts him as more intelligent.
- The Igor: Just in case the name didn't tip you off, he's also a misshapen hunchback servant.
- Irony: Hes the one most against the Counts friendship with Mina, yet it was his fault that they even met in the first place!
- My God, What Have I Done?: He instantly regrets exposing the Count socializing with a mortal when the other monsters take it to court.Mina: Did I do something wrong?
Igor: No, Mina. I think I did...
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: Like most depictions of hunchbacks named Igor in fiction, this Igor's voice is a Peter Lorre impression.
- Servile Snarker: Hes not afraid to make snide comments around his master.