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February 09, 2011


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Will E.

"I like my vampires to be deceivers in the night, stalking among us, ready to pounce and corrupt because they relish their evil without regret or angst."

Hear, hear!

Joe Monster

Perfectly worded. I think that's why when you ask people which classic monster scared them the most, the answer you typically get is Dracula. Frankie and Wolfie were victims of higher, more terrible powers. They just couldn't help it.

But Drac? Pshaw. He always knew EXACTLY what he was capable of. I think it's that intentionally predatory attitude that makes him so frightening.

And awesome.

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