Scooby-Doo! And the Goblin King released on September 23, 2008.
A fairy is a mythological creature foremost from european folklore.
Undead supernatural creatures that generally lie between zombies and vampires in both appearance and abilities. "Ghoul" has also become a term synonymous with all things morbid, monstrous, or demonic.
Mischievous creatures largely descendent from European folklore. A variety of incarnations of them appear in numerous fantasy stories, although they are rarely anything more than vicious, greedy, and annoying creatures.
Race of demi-gods with scaly skin and snakes as hair.
Friends since childhood, this quintet of young sleuths team up to unmask faux monsters all over the world.
Mythological creatures from Scandinavian folklore.
Powerful creatures of the night, neither dead nor living. They typically feed on blood, but what they need to survive can vary.
Werewolves are cursed humans with the ability to shape-shift into wolves or anthropomorphic wolves (lycanthropy). Their appearance is often associated with lunar cycles.
The Yeti are ape-like creatures from Nepalese and Tibetan folklore.
Reanimated corpses or infected people that predominantly feed on human flesh and brains. While individually weak and virtually mindless, they are feared for their enormous flocking ability and non-stop persistence to end their eternal hunger. Some animals can be zombies too.
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