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Lestat de Lioncourt from Interview with the Vampire

Lestat de Lioncourt (played by Tom Cruise in the movie Interview with a Vampire) is a French-born vampire. Turned sometime around the French Revolution He did not want to be turned and was not warned prior to either his turning or the death of the vampire that made him what he was. As such he didn’t have much knowledge of wider vampire customs and culture until after he had already turned Louise and, later, Claudia.

He has a volatile temper that flares when his lust for earthly delights is denied. His character is tempered later by knowledge and maturity. But in the first film he is very much a pleasure seeker tired of seeking out thrills alone. And when he is challenged, the results are always destructive.

In life and undeath Lestat is a fashionable man. He wears his long wavy hair either down or back in a bun. Per the fashion of his time he wears a billowing white shirt, a brocade wist coat, a frock coat, knee high white socks, knee breeches, and buckle shoes. And, of course, his costume would not be complete without a pair of fangs.

Aro from Twilight

In Twilight, Aro (Michael Sheen) is one of the leaders of the Volturi, the dominant coven of the vampire world. He possesses the gift of tactile telepathy, and moves with such grace that he appears to be floating. Aro also has long jet black hair, a chalk-like complexion, and milky red eyes that tend to unsettle people.

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Alice Cullen in the Baseball Scene from Twilight

Alice Hale is a supporting character in the Twilight saga. After being institutionalized for her visions, she became a vampire. She is part of the Cullen family as the adoptive daughter of Carlisle and Esme Cullen. She is married to Jasper Hale. As a vampire, her premonitions of the future are intensified, and are most often accurate. Alice is eccentric, yet extremely kind towards Bella Swan. Ashley Greene portrays her in the movie adaptations. In the iconic baseball scene set to “Supermassive Black Hole” by Muse, she is the pitcher. The scene opens up with a strike of lightning and thunder, and Alice announces: “It’s time.”

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Vampirella

Vampirella is a comic book vampire superheroine created in 1969. She is a classic horror sex symbol who fends for herself against other supernatural creatures.

Mona the Vampire

Mona the Vampire

In Mona the Vampire, Mona Parker is characterized as a young, extremely cute and tomboyish yet unbearably beautiful 10-year-old girl with a vivid imagination. She believes her hometown is overrun with supernatural monsters or other creatures or entities and, as Mona the Vampire, plans to stop all of them and save her town on a daily basis.

Mona has fair skin, rosy cheeks, big green eyes, short light brown hair with two red ribbons tied into bows and wears a white dress shirt, red sweater, black mini-skirt, cream-colored panties, a matching camisole, white calf-high socks and brown loafers. As a vampire, she wears a black braided wig with red and yellow ribbons, a purple flower-patterned cape, brown knee pads and a black bow-tie.

Adam

In Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, and alternate Civil War history, Adam (Rufus Sewell) is the leader of the 5000-year-old order of vampires. Since he turned Henry Sturges and killed his wife, Sturges makes it his life goal to eradicate vampires.

Quinlan

On The Strain, Quinlan (Rupert Penry-Jones) is a vampire/human hybrid who helps the humans fight the vampire outbreak. While his mother was pregnant, she was turned by the strigoi, an ancient line of vampires, and it resulted in him being half human and half strigoi. As a pariah, he resents the Master for his condition, and makes it his life’s purpose to hunt him. The most distinctive aspects of Quinlan’s appearance are his facial scars, gray skin, and pale blue eye color, which can be achieved with zombie makeup. Another unique feature of his character is his scrimshaw, bone-handle sword, which isn’t available. With a little effort, a prop bone can be cut and fixed to the handle of a foam prop sword, and painted to look like an aged bone with scrimshaw markings.

Vadoma

In Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Vadoma (Erin Wasson) is the sister and sidekick of Adam, the leader of a 5000-year-old order of vampires. Because they’re actively at war, she is dressed in Victorian equestrian clothing, which make it easy for her to move and fight, as opposed to the traditional dresses of the era.

Henry Sturges

In Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, an alternate history of the Civil War era, Henry Sturges (Dominic Cooper) is the good vampire who teaches Abraham Lincoln how to hunt and kill vampires. After losing his wife and humanity to vampires, he uses his immortality to recruit hunters throughout time. Because of his human life experience, Henry’s fashion is ornate and elaborate, drawing a little steampunk inspiration.

Alucard From Hellsing

Alucard is the protagonist of the Hellsing series created by Kouta Hirano. He is the most powerful weapon of the Hellsing Organization which works against vampires and other such supernatural forces. Alucard is no mere vampire; it has been implied that he is the most powerful vampire alive.