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Case ([personal profile] case) wrote in [community profile] fandomsecrets2017-03-16 06:45 pm

[ SECRET POST #3725 ]


⌈ Secret Post #3725 ⌋

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(Eowyn from Lord of the Rings: Return of the King)


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[Clerks II]

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(Anonymous) 2017-03-17 04:59 pm (UTC)(link)
Charlie Huston's Joe Pitt Casebooks are worth a try. They have a hard-boiled detective/noir/pulp feel, and Huston treats vampirism as a disease. Blood drinking isn't "sexy," it's an addiction, and it's portrayed as such.

"Snow, Glass, Apples" by Neil Gaiman retells "Snow White" as a vampire story. Conventional handling, but creepy nonetheless.

"The Night Flier" and "Popsy" by Stephen King are both good, and "Popsy" in particular is one of my favorite pieces of vampire fiction. A few interesting uses of classic vampire tropes.