Nowadays, a lot of folks are vampire-ed out. Since they're so famous, we can’t seem to be able to avoid hearing about them. Vampire narratives aren't uncommon, though; there were several before the year 2000. Why hadn't we had enough of these previously? We always want to see a comparison of classic vampire narratives and new vampire fiction. Was there a time when they were stronger? Or is it simply less prevalent? Are there any differences in the target demographics? Was it simpler to connect to the stories because they were more impactful? Nastier? What makes some people wary of vampire tales now but not tired of them before, even though there were enough of them?

The most notable difference in current vampire tales from prior vampire fiction is the frank declaration of their sexuality.

Bloodsuckers have come a long way since the legends passed down over pots of gruel in some Romanian town. But at the very least, shows about them are now much more appealing!

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