The ancient vampire “Nosferatu” travels to Los Angeles and picks a fight with monster-hunting P.I. Cal McDonald. “Nosferatu” is clearly Graf Orlok, the vampire from F.W. Murnau’s film Nosferatu, ein Symphonie des Grauens.
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Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Crossover Covers: Two Red Eyes
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Orlok's appeared in a lot of things including Sponge BobReplyDelete
I guess Sponge Bob would have to be considered an AU. I really hope it's considered an AU.
It's been awhile since I've seen the first Hellsing animation. The second (and the original manga) would be considered an AU. Even though it's revealed that the main character Alucard is really Dracula (which most fans figured out by reading the name backwards) his history does not quite jell with the original novel. He's bound into service of the Hellsing family instead of destroyed. Also the fact that London is destroyed by Vampire Nazis in Zeppelins probably violates the world outside your window principal. ;)