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A succubus is a type of female demon said to initiate sexual intercourse on males.
Succubus may also refer to:
- "The Succubus" (short story), by Honoré de Balzac
- The Succubus, a novel by Kenneth Rayner Johnson; see List of succubi in fiction 1979
Comics and games
- Succubus (Dungeons & Dragons), a monster in Dungeons & Dragons
- Succubus (comics), a Marvel Comics character
Film and television
- Succubus (film) (German title: Necronomicon - Geträumte Sünden), a 1968 West German horror film directed by Jesús Franco
- Succubus: Hell-Bent, a 2007 horror film with Gary Busey, David Keith, Lorenzo Lamas
- "The Succubus" (South Park), an episode of the American television series South Park
- Succubus, a 1987 television film with Barry Foster, Lynsey Baxter, Pamela Salem and Jeremy Gilley
- "Succubus" (Five Finger Death Punch song), a song by the Los Angeles based, American heavy metal band from War Is the Answer
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