"Thanks. I'll skip breakfast. Are you free for lunch? You could be the main course."
Fangs the Vampire is born in Age 176. He is a Muay Thai (Thai Boxing) vampire, with the vampiric abilities to turn into a bat and also suck blood from humans (Kyūketsu, meaning "Sucking Blood" in Daizenshuu 7). When Goku and his friends try to find out where one of the last Dragon Balls, which does not appear on the Dragon Radar, they go to Fortuneteller Baba to predict where the Dragon Ball is. Normally, a prophecy from Fortuneteller Baba costs Ƶ10,000,000 zeni, unless, all of her five fighters are defeated As they do not have enough money, they must defeat the five fighters, and Fangs the Vampire is the first one.
After Fangs the Vampire performs an odd dance, Krillin challenges Fangs with a smile on his face. The vampire quickly turns into a bat, zipping across the area too fast for Krillin to see him. As Krillin is surprised, Fangs sucks out almost all blood he has. This makes Krillin lose balance and wobble around. Fangs kicks him out of the arena, thus eliminating Krillin. Later, Fangs the Vampire is defeated by Puar and Upa (using the mythological weapons against vampires such as garlic breath and the shape of a cross). When Fangs turns into a bat, Puar, using shapeshifting, turns into a hand and swats Fangs into the water, with Fangs losing the match. Fang's alternate name, Dracula Man, comes from the titular vampire from Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Video game appearances
Fangs the Vampire makes a minor appearance in Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen.
In Dragon Ball: Origins 2, he is a boss at Fortuneteller Baba's Palace, and in unlockable missions 7-5, 7-6, and 7-8, Fangs is a dual boss with See-Through the Invisible Man for Krillin, Yamcha, and Goku.
The basic enemies Bloodsucker, Vampire, and Red Vampire in Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans are modeled after Fangs.
- Japanese seiyū: Kōji Totani
- FUNimation dub: Robert McCollum
- Blue Water dub: Paul Hunter
- Latin American dub: Ernesto Lezama
- One member of the Toad Warriors biker gang seen in the Dragon Ball Z episode "Closing In" and one member of the Battle Ball Team, as seen in the Dragon Ball Z episode Piccolo's Folly, have a face and hair style which bears a striking resemblance to Fangs the Vampire.
|Fortuneteller Baba • See-Through the Invisible Man • Bandages the Mummy • Spike the Devil Man • Grandpa Gohan • Krillin • Puar • Upa|