Vampire Hunter D, Volume 6: Pilgrimage of the Sacred
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Vampire Hunter D, Volume 6: Pilgrimage of the Sacred

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by Hideyuki Kikuchi
     
 

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Granny Viper is a "people finder," a searcher for lost souls along the roads of a forbidding wasteland. Her latest mission: the safe return of a young woman named Tae, kidnapped eight years ago by vampire Nobility and held in Castle Gradinia on the Frontier's far border. But rescuing Tae is only half the battle—Viper knows she and the girl can't cross the

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Granny Viper is a "people finder," a searcher for lost souls along the roads of a forbidding wasteland. Her latest mission: the safe return of a young woman named Tae, kidnapped eight years ago by vampire Nobility and held in Castle Gradinia on the Frontier's far border. But rescuing Tae is only half the battle—Viper knows she and the girl can't cross the formidable expanse to the town of Barnabas alone. After making the fatal mistake of hiring the mercenary Bullow Brothers to help her, Granny turns to the legendary Vampire Hunter D for salvation. As they traverse the bleak desert between the Inner and Outer Frontier, the two women and D find themselves in a race for their lives. And they soon discover how cruel the desert is—and how very ruthless the Bullow Brothers are . . .

* Features six illustrations by the renowned Yoshitaka Amano, illustrator of Neil Gaiman's Sandman: The Dream Hunters.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781595821065
Publisher:
Dark Horse Comics
Publication date:
12/16/2009
Series:
Vampire Hunter D Series, #6
Pages:
208
Sales rank:
435,658
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.28(h) x 0.59(d)
Age Range:
16 - 17 Years

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This volume of Vampire Hunter D was utterly insane, but in a great, exciting, brain squeezing kind of way. You have to carefully pay attention as you read it, but it's worth every second of the extra attention. The human half of D makes brief appearances much more than in the other books. Don't miss this one!
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