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For a list of fictional vampires, see List of fictional vampires. Under this name, they have provided some stand-out poster art for bands like Soundgarden, the Melvins and Swans. There is a tendency, however, for authors to pick and choose the ones they like, or find more realistic, and have their characters ridicule the rest as absurd. Vampires in written fiction Vampires in popular culture. The television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer , created and largely written by Joss Whedon , also explored vampire folklore in the light of postmodern and feminist theory, defining the 'condition' as humans who were made to drink vampire blood after the vampire drinks from them, with turned vampires being essentially demons possessing human corpses; Buffy and its spin-off, Angel , also feature the character of Angel in a prominent role, with Angel being a vampire who was cursed with his soul , restoring his capacity for compassion but also forcing him to live with the guilt of what he did as a regular vampire. The novel Fevre Dream by notable author George R.