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Hideyuki Kikuchi’s Vampire Hunter D
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 in fear, hoping and praying for a savior to rid them of their undying nightmare. All they have to battle this danger is a different kind danger – a Vampire Hunter.
Enter D – a lone, mysterious vampire hunter, sought out by the desperate Doris Lang. Bitten by the vampire lord Count Lee, Doris is destined to her unholy fate... Can D deliver her from her curse and bring her to salvation, or will she forever be part of the unholy dead?
With the advent success of the Hideyuki Kikuchi's Vampire Hunter D series, Digital Manga Publishing brings to all sci-fi and horror fans Kikuchi's manga adapted works, his classic novel works, and his early influential and all-inspiring works to iTunes. Welcome to the Hideyuki Kikuchi library!
About the Author: Hideyuki Kikuchi is one of Japan’s top horror writers. Over the past two decades, several of his works have been adapted into live-action and anime movies, including Vampire Hunter D and his first novel, Demon City Shinjuku. Drawing from such inspirations as Horror of Dracula, Kikuchi has spawned over 17 novels in his Vampire Hunter D series.
About the Illustrator: Saiko Takaki, a professional graphic designer, illustrator, and manga artist for close to a decade, has worked on numerous projects for the manga and game industry in Japan. A very close friend of the author, Hideyuki Kikuchi, Takaki was commissioned by DMP to undertake the daunting task of adapting his famous novel into manga form. Hand picked by Kikuchi himself, Takaki has proven to be one of Japan’s up and coming star manga horror artists. Join her in her 240 page North American debut of Hideyuki Kikuchi’s Vampire Hunter D.