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Jefferson Twilight: Blackula Hunter
Man, I specialize in hunting black vampires, I don’t know what the P.C. name for that is!Jefferson Twilight
Introducing Jefferson Twilight, one of the most original derivative characters ever conceived. You can find him on one of the finest animated shows ever made, Venture Bros. There is no shortage of unique personalities on that show and Jefferson Twilight does not disappoint. His name and aura dutifully harken back to 1970’s blaxploitation; his profession is so specific he could have his own A&E reality series. J.T. was a clear choice for a spotlight on Super. Black.
Blackula – A black vampire. Not interchangeable with an African American vampire, which would only reside in the U.S, blackula’s can be found all over the world.
The Jefferson Affectation
Quote: “I have talked to you in like 16 years, you suddenly show up and rescue my. What gives? You rescued my…situation. *look of failure”
Quote: “I like this guy. He’s all fulluh…beans. An’ ants. Fire ants!” – J.T.
The Variant Cover
Inspired by Mr. Twilight, I bring to you the Top 6 Black Monsters. Be sure to listen to the second half of the podcast (The Variant Cover) for the full verbal breakdown. You will find the list below, in no particular order.
First original black monster. Go figure.
Let’s be honest, this is the best name for a monster, no?
The actual poster of this movie is a lady screaming with her breasts exposed. 70’s.
Dr. Black & Mr. Hyde
A black man who’s devilish alter ego is a pale-faced monster. Hmm.
Michael Jackson from Thriller
If that bastard’s eyes didn’t scare the hell out of you during that bonkers transformation during the “Thriller” video you are dead inside.
Anything Marlon Waynes has done in the past 20 years
Probably the scariest stuff I have seen since birth. No exaggeration. I mean look at that picture. LOOK AT IT!
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