Dracula is the antagonist in A Bite of MyJobs. He is an undead vampire who creeps through the night, looking for human victims to kill for their blood. He originated in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula.
Dracula is a tall and thin vampire with a pale complexion. He wears a dark gray aristocratic suit with black buttons and a black and dark red cape covers his back. He has black hair highlighted by a white streak, pointed ears, a beak-like nose, and small, pointed fangs.
Dracula is a cunning vampire who sneaks through the night, looking for humans to drain of their blood. He has the power to turn into a bat and hypnotize his victims. However, when things don't go his way, he also can easily become frustrated. Anything boring will also cause him to fall into a trance.
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Dracula first appeared in Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula as Count Dracula. In the novel, Dracula is an aristocrat who lives in his aging castle in the Carpathian Mountains. After inviting Jonathon Harker to his estate, Dracula moves to England, where he transforms Lucy into a vampire. During a final showdown back in his estate, Dracula is killed by Harker's kukri and Morris' Bowie Knife.
Since the novel's release, Dracula has been depicted in a wide variety of media. This includes comics, television shows, and more. In movies, Dracula has been portrayed more often than any other horror character, including such films ranging from Nosferatu and Dracula (1931) to Van Helsing and Hotel Transylvania.
- A Bite of MyJobs (2013)
- Cities That You Must Absolutely, Positively Stay Out Of to Avoid Being Eaten Alive (2020)
- Van Helbrick and the Monster Fighters (Not Yet Released)
- Legends of the Universe (Not Yet Released)
- The character is partially inspired by Vlad the Impaler, an actual Romanian prince from the 15th century.
- In earlier versions of the film Forest of Fear, the character of Count Werdna was going to be Count Dracula.
- Count Dracula is mentioned briefly in Johnny Thunder and the Wisdom of the Ancients, even though the said character does not appear in that film.
- Even though there have been many variations of Dracula's design throughout history to inspire the Team Blue concept artists, the version that appears in A Bite of MyJobs is most similar to the variation of Dracula from Hotel Transylvania.
- In the official story bible for the cinematic universe, Dracula also goes by the name of Draco Yula, a reference to a gag from A Bite of MyJobs, where the Career Advisor calls this character Mr. Yula.