Crimson (Cure Fang)
|Home Place||Halloween Hills |
|Alter Ego||(Previous) Cure Fang|
|Theme Color||Pink & Black|
|Season||Pretty Cure Monster Mania|
|First Appearance||Episode 01 - Rise of the Vampire|
Orlok, also known as Count Orlok Barnabas Edward Vladimir Graves, is one of the mascots of Pretty Cure Monster Mania and one of the original Precures from Halloween Hills. He was the original Cure Fang, and thus he becomes Yuina's partner. Orlok was turned into a small bat at the beginning of the series and was forced to give his powers to Yuina.
Orlok is serious and mature, and is shown to be a considerate leader who always comes up with plans and is always ready to lend a helping hand. He tends to keep his worries to himself and carry them all alone. He's very insecure about his short height.
Yuina is Orlok's Precure partner. Yuina seems to be rather neutral towards Orlok at first, especially since she prefers to be alone most of the time, but they soon grow closer and start to hold mutual respect for each other. Orlok actually feels incredibly guilty for essentially forcing her to become a Precure.
Cure Fang was the Pretty Cure alter ego of Orlok, before Yuina. Orlok used the pink Hollow Changer to transform, by kissing it and saying: "Boo Boo Bogey! Monster Change!". His main colors are Pink and Black and he's mainly represented by bats.
Cure Fangoria is the upgraded form that Yuina attains in Episode 27. By fusing with Orlok (the previous Cure Fang) to allow the maximum potential of the precure's powers to be released. In this form, Cure Fangoria can perform Monster Mania with the other Cures.
Orlok's voice actor, Noriaki Sugiyama, has participated in several image songs for the character he voices.
Duets & Group Songs
Orlok - Comes from the fictional character Count Orlok, from the 1922 film Nosferatu.
Barnabas - Named after the fictional character Barnabas Collins from the daytime show Dark Shadows.
Edward - Actually actually a little humorous nod towards the fictional character Edward Cullen from the (infamous) Twilight series.
Vladimir - Comes from the real-life Vlad The Impaler. Whose name was the basis for Bram Stoker’s Dracula.