"Dracula: the Series" Alternative Fan-Fiction Archive

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Name: "Dracula: the Series" Alternative Fan-Fiction Archive
Date(s): ?-22 June 2000 (last update)
Archivist: harrietspy
Type: slash fanfiction
Fandom: Dracula: the Series
URL: http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Stage/6862/index.html
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"Dracula: the Series" Alternative Fan-Fiction Archive was a slash archive. It was linked as Dracula: The Series Slash Site at Ultimate Slash Links.[1]

The site was hosted by GeoCities and it was a member of the Slash Fan Fiction Ring.

"Dracula: the Series" was a goofily charming little television show starring Geordie Johnson and Bernard Behrens which aired in 1990 (and again recently on the Sci-Fi Channel). Johnson played a modern-day Dracula ("Alexander Lucard") who spent his days terrorizing the world of high finance and his nights doing the same to the local countryside. Behrens played his nemesis, elderly but lively vampire hunter Gustav Helsing. Lucard had long before turned Gustav's son, Klaus, into a vampire and his assistant in villainy; Gustav was dedicated to rescuing him, much against Klaus's own will. For more information, visit the exhaustive Lucard's Home Page. "Dracula: the Series" was in some ways a strange show. It combined light-hearted family entertainment with the exploration of surprisingly grim themes. This page is intended as a home for D:tS fanfic, particularly slash (homoerotic fanfiction), which addresses the darker side of the show and therefore may not be suitable for Lucard's Home Page. If you are not of legal age in your country to read sexually explicit or violent material or find the concept of slash offensive, you should not read these stories. (Lucard's Home Page has an excellent selection of general-audience stories you may wish to consult instead.) If you are of age and ready to take responsibility for your reading choices, you may continue on to the archive. Submissions welcomed at the address below.


N. Child, "Easter Egg Hunt" (L/K, explicit, cons) Klaus invents a new version of the holiday game

E. R. Fiennes, "Turnabout" (L/K, explicit, cons) Klaus slips off for a taste of his old life

E. R. Fiennes, "Substance in Shadow" (L..., implicit, cons) Lucard receives an unexpected guest

E. R. Fiennes, "Nor Any Place Be Empty Quite" (K/LaCroix, explicit, noncons?) A "Forever Knight" first- season crossover: two vampires in hiding find each other

Liz Howard, "Dinner and Dessert" (L/K, explicit, cons) Lucard seduces the human Klaus in more ways than one

Liz Howard, "Performance Review" (L/K, explicit, cons) Lucard critiques Klaus's recent work

Liz Howard, "Christmas Party" (L/K, explicit, cons) Lucard and Klaus celebrate the holidays

Lady Alexandra Nightblood, "My Dream Job, My Dark Lover" (L/OC, explicit, cons) An intern at Lucard Industries is overwhelmed by an immortal passion ...

Julia Osmond, "Such Things" (L/K, implicit, noncons) Klaus takes advantage of a shift in the balance of power

Julia Osmond, "Your Friendly Family Doctor" (L/V, explicit, noncons?) Dr. Varney decides Lucard needs treatment after Margo's death

Julia Osmond, "It's the Pictures That Got Small" (L/Jonas Carey, explicit, cons) Lucard takes vengeance on Carey, but it comes with a higher cost than he anticipates

"A Million Nights Stretch Out Before Us" An essay: an apology for slashing D:tS

How to Avoid Bad Fanfic Without Really Trying An essay: spotting that clunker at fifty paces


  1. ^ "Ultimate Slash Links: Number - P". Retrieved 16 September 2016.