Dr. Henry Jekyll is the protagonist of the Robert Louis Stevenson short story, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Jekyll is a mild-mannered doctor who uses a potion to transform himself into the deranged hedonist and murderer, Edward Hyde. He is widely considered to the the original literary model of dissasociative identity disorder. The version, featured in the Non Disney Villains Tournament, appears originally from the animated movie, Van Helsing: The London Assignment.
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Dr. Jekyll has rejuvenated the Queen of England, with whom he is in love. Matters take a turn for the worse when Dracula tries to prey upon the Queen. Jekyll throws a Molotov cocktail at the vampire and tries to escape with his love. The count recovers and stops them at every turn. With no options left, Jekyll transforms himself into Hyde and lunges at the vampire. Dracula effortlessly dodges the attack. When Hyde swipes at Dracula with a sword, the blade merely passes through the vampire, a being impervious to such weapons. Though Dracula makes a tactical retreat, Hyde is intent upon killing the vampire. He doggedly rushes his foe, leaving himself fatally open. With a quick punch, Dracula knocks Hyde off the rooftops to his death.