Best 12 Vampire Cartoons Ever

Are you a fan of vampire cartoons? If so, then you’re in for a treat! This list features the best 12 vampire cartoons of all time, so get ready to sink your teeth in! From classic shows like ‘Count Duckula’ to more recent hits like Netfilx’s ‘Castlevania’, there’s something for everyone on this list. So whether you’re a fan of traditional vampires or looking for something a little more modern, you’re sure to find something to enjoy. So what are you waiting for? Get started exploring the best vampire cartoon today! Also, as this is a countdown list, you’ll get to find out which is the best vampire cartoon ever!

12. Scooby-Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire

Scooby-Doo! Vampire Cartoon

Released on VHS on March 2003, Scooby-Doo! And the Legend of the Vampire focuses on Mystery Inc., as they try to save the Vampire Rock Music Festival and its performers from the Australian vampire, the Yowie Yahoo, and its minions, who attack the festival. I don’t want to do spoilers, but Mystery Inc. ends up winning the rock contest and performing at the festival by singing the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You Theme Song. So, if you’re looking for a great vampire cartoon, this is one to watch.

11. Little Dracula

Little Dracula Vampire Cartoon

A Dracula Cartoon, Little Dracula is a 1991 animated series, that debuted on Fox Kids TV. Little-D was a child vampire around eight who aspires to be like his father, Big Dracula. However, he also liked rock ‘n roll and surfing. Little-D had a monstrous best friend named Werebunny and fought an evil villain named Garlic Man with two hostile employees. The cartoon series was short-lived and its timeslot was soon given to Beetlejuice.

10. Scream Street

Scream Street Vampire Cartoon

O.K., Scream Street is not exactly a vampire cartoon, but it sure does have a cartoon vampire. I am referring, of course, to Resus! He is the son of vampires Alston and Bella Negative. However, he does not have any of the regular vampire powers such as turning into a bat or speed blur. To make up for that, Resus wears fake fangs, dyes his hair black, and wears a cape. Also, instead of drinking blood, he drinks tomato juice! Scream Street centers on Resus and his friends Luke, a werewolf, and Cleo, a mummy. To make things more interesting, Resus is in love with a witch.

9. Gravedale High

Vampire Cartoon

Hanna-Barbera’s Gravedale High revolves around teacher Max Schneider who at Gravedale High, a school for monsters. Max is the only human in Gravedale High since no monster teacher would take the job. He is surrounded by classic monsters like Frankenstein, werewolves, mummies, zombies, and of course – a vampire. The vampire is Vinnie Stoker who dresses like a 1950s greaser and likes putting his boots on Max’s desk.

8. Drak Pack

Drak Pack Vampire Cartoon

Another vampire cartoon, Drak Pack features Drak Jr., Frankie, and Howler, descendants of Count Dracula, the Frankenstein monster, and a werewolf. To make amends for their ancestors’ crimes, the three, united as the Drak Pack became a superhero team. So, when they strike their hands together and shout “Wacko!” they change into a vampire, a Frankenstein monster, and a werewolf. The leader of the team is Drak Jr., a cartoon vampire who can transform into many forms, although he favors a bat.

7. Castlevania

Castlevania Vampire Cartoon

A whole different kind of vampire cartoon, Castlevania is about the Belmont family, a clan of vampire hunters who have been fighting Dracula and his minions for centuries. The series follows the latest member of the family, Trevor Belmont, as he teams up with a magic user named Sypha and a monster hunter named Alucard to take on Dracula once and for all. The show is full of action, adventure, and suspense, and fans of all ages will enjoy it. The first season was released on Netflix, and it proved to be a hit with fans of video games. The second season introduced new characters and storylines while expanding on the mythology of the series. The show has been praised for its dark and mature tone, its beautiful animation, and its faithful adaptation of the source material. It’s a must-watch for fans of vampire cartoons, and it’s sure to please anyone who’s looking for a great story.

6. Mona the Vampire

Mona the Vampire Vampire Cartoon

Mona the Vampire is an animated series about a nine-year-old girl who turns into a vampire after being bitten by a bat. She then uses her powers to fight evil and protect her friends and family. The series is set in the fictional town of Saffron Falls and follows Mona Parker as she attends junior high school and deals with everyday problems, like bullies and homework. But she also has to battle monsters and villains, using her vampire powers to save the day. It’s not clear if Mona is a vampire, and whether what she sees is supernatural because there are always rational explanations for what she sees.

5. Adventure Time: Stakes

Adventure Time: Stakes Vampire Cartoon

Stakes is an 8-part miniseries starring Marceline Abadeer, aka Marceline the Vampire Queen. Marceline is a 100-year-old vampire, who, unlike traditional vampires, doesn’t need to drink blood to survive. Instead, she just consumes the color red! In Stakes, Marceline is forced to fight against five of her most fearsome immortal foes, and first and foremost – the Vampire King. Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum, and their friends join the Vampire Queen in her fight.

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4. Monster Force

Monster Force Vampire Cartoon

A group of six college students and their professors work together to keep the world safe from villains such as Count Dracula, the Mummy, and a legion of supervillains known as “The Creatures of the Night”. The team is made up of Dr. Reed Crawley, aka Doc, and his young friends who include a Frankenstein, a Werewolf, and a psychic. Together, they use their unique abilities to battle evil monsters.

3. The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy

The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy Vampire Cartoon

The Vampire cartoon series The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy is about the misadventures of a boy named Billy, his best friend Mandy, and the Jamaican-accented Grim Reaper, who becomes their friend and pet after they outwit him in a game. The show has been praised for its dark humor and satire and has been nominated for several awards. One of the main recurring themes on the show is death, which is often dealt with in a comedic way. For example, in one episode, Billy wishes that Mandy would die so he could have her room all to himself, but when she does die, he realizes that he misses her too much and brings her back to life. The series is set in a fictional world inhabited by various supernatural creatures, including vampires, ghosts, zombies, and werewolves.

2. Hotel Transylvania

Hotel Transylvania Vampire Cartoon

An animated vampire franchise focused on the exploits surrounding a group of monsters who reside in the Hotel Transylvania, where monsters come to unwind and get away from humans due to fear of persecution. The owner of the hotel is Count Dracula, a 545 years old vampire, who oversees all of the events held in the hotel. Despite his over-controlling personality, Dracula cares deeply for his friends and family and only does what he believes is best for them.

1. Count Duckula

Count Duckula Vampire Cartoon

My top pick for this vampire cartoon list, Count Duckula animated series is about a vampire duck who lives in a castle with his servants. Although Duckula is pretty much harmless, he is hunted by his nemesis Doctor Von Goosewing who refuses to believe that Duckula is not a villain. Duckula also faces an array of bizarre foes, from zombies to mechanical werewolves. Since Duckula’s castle can teleport, he has many adventures around the world, in his search for fame and riches. The series ran for four seasons and was produced by Cosgrove Hall Films.

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