Vampire Hunter D Vol.1 - Hideyuki Kikuchi Reviews
Description:ISBN 1569708274 / Genre: Graphic Novels / Comics / Author: Hideyuki Kikuchi / Artist: Saiko Takaki / Paperback / 250 Pages / Book is ... more
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by - written on 06/07/10 (Very useful, 10 readings)
Book Information: ISBN-13: 978-1-56970-827-9 Language: English Direction: Right to Left Pages: 228 by Hideyuki Kikuchi, Saiko Takaki Publisher: DMP Type: Series Genre: Action, Drama, Horror, Supernatural, Seinen Synopsis: The year is 12,090 A.D., and what little is left of humanity has finally crawled out from the ashes of war and destruction. From the darkness of fallout, mutants and a race of vampires known as the Nobility have spawned. They rule the weak with no remorse. Once bitten by a Nobility, one is cursed to become a member of the undead. Villagers cower ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/10, updated on 05/05/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Mankind at last turns upon itself and unleashes weapons of unimaginable horror against themselves, despite knowing what the final outcome will be. The cities fall, towns collapse, and humanity is swept back into a Dark Age amidst ruins of past advanced civilisation. Mutants spawn in the fallout, and THEY appear. Creatures of ancient legend, they roam the darkness. Indescribably beautiful, powerful, ultra intelligent, thirsting for blood, they are vampires. Herding humanity under their care, they husband the last remnants of civilisation and advance the frontiers of science forward once more. For five thousand years they reign over the Earth, until their own base natures Read the complete review