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Mina and the Count
Television show information

Genre

Fantasy
Horror
Comedy

Created by

Rob Renzetti

Voices of

Ashley Johnson
Mark Hamill

Country of
origin

United States

Original
language(s)

English

Production

Executive
producer(s)

Rob Renzetti
For Frederator Studios:
Fred Seibert

Running time

22 min. (approx.)

Production
company(s)

Frederator Studios
Nickelodeon Animation Studios

Distributor

MTV Networks

Broadcast

Original
network

Nickelodeon

Original release

September 13, 2002-October 31, 2008

Mina and the Count was an American animated fantasy-horror-comedy television series serving as a spin-off from Oh Yeah! Cartoons, being created by Rob Renzetti. It was produced by Frederator Studios and Nickelodeon Animation Studios and it aired on Nickelodeon from September 13th, 2002 until October 31st, 2008.

Synopsis

The ancient vampire Vlad befriends a young girl after mistaking her name with Mina Parker as they have some adventures.

Characters

Main

  • Wilhelmina "Mina" Harper (voiced by Ashley Johnson) - a young girl who finds a vampire and befriends him, going on weird adventures with him.
  • Vlad the Count (voiced by Mark Hamill) - a vampire who accidentally went to the wrong house and TBD.

Supporting

  • Igor (voiced by Jeff Bennett) - Vlad's servant who is distrustful of Vlad, claiming he has gone severely soft.
  • Mr. Harper (voiced by Michael Bell) - Mina's strict but caring father who is TBD.
  • Lucille "Lucy" Harper (voiced by Candi Milo) - Mina's older sister who has a thing for Vlad, even if he is way too old for her as she is TBD.
  • Martha (voiced by Tara Strong) - Mina's best friend who TBD.

Antagonists

  • Nick (voiced by Robbie Rist) - Mina's school bully who usually picks on Mina.
  • Dan Gelsing (also voiced by Mark Hamill) - a self-claimed monster hunter who tries to TBD.

Episodes

See List of Mina and the Count episodes.

Tropes

See Mina and the Count/Tropes.

Trivia

  • Despite Tara Strong voicing her in the Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts, Mina was recasted back with Ashley Johnson who voiced her in the original Cartoon Network short.
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