This is a page about the main protagonist of the franchise. To see other uses of Mona, see Mona (disambiguation).
Mona Parker AKA Mona the Vampire is the main protagonist of the television series as well as the books. In the TV series, she is voiced by Emma Taylor-Isherwood in television series, Kelly Marot in the French version, Angela Quast in the German version, Cristina Hernández in the Mexican Spanish version, Carmen Ambrós in the Castilian Spanish version, and Yang Jeong Hwa in the Korean (Tooniverse) version. She is the only daughter of the Parker family because it has seen in all of the episodes that she has no siblings.
Mona is characterized as a young, extremely cute and tomboyish 10-year-old girl with a vivid imagination. She believes her hometown is overrun with supernatural monsters or other creatures or entities and, as Mona the Vampire, plans to stop all of them and save her town on a daily basis. Despite her cuteness, she also enjoys watching monster movies and reading comic books, which is one of the main inspirations of this idea. Her alter-ego, Mona the Vampire, has a "vampire sense" which "tingles" every time something unusual or odd happens.
Mona has fair skin, rosy cheeks, black eyes, short light brown hair with two red ribbon hairclips and wears a white polo shirt, red sweater, black miniskirt, white calf-high socks and brown loafers. As a vampire, she wears a black braided wig with red and yellow ribbons, a violet floral cape, brown knee pads and a black bowtie.
Her pajamas are red with black bats and black collar.
- Although it may seem like harmless imagination or just a child having fun, Mona Parker could be seen as a little girl with "fantasy prone personality".
- Statistically and modern, children from the ages of 10 and older tend to give up on imaginative playing (unless it is for school). If not, they could become institutionalized by parents, teachers, etc., due to the chance they could become a danger to themselves and/or others.