Vampire Hunter D Volume 8: Mysterious Journey to the North Sea, Part Two

Vampire Hunter D Volume 8: Mysterious Journey to the North Sea, Part Two

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by Hideyuki Kikuchi, Yoshitaka Amano
     
 

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The picturesque coastal town of Florence was known for millennia as a pleasure resort for the Nobility. As retribution for their decadence, the cruel and beautiful vampire inhabitants were "punished," driven out more than a thousand years ago by a solitary traveler in black. Only one-Baron Meinster-refused to leave, only to be thrown to the waves by the mysterious

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The picturesque coastal town of Florence was known for millennia as a pleasure resort for the Nobility. As retribution for their decadence, the cruel and beautiful vampire inhabitants were "punished," driven out more than a thousand years ago by a solitary traveler in black. Only one-Baron Meinster-refused to leave, only to be thrown to the waves by the mysterious assassin.

Summoned to contemporary Florence by Su-in, sister of a murdered village girl, the enigmatic Vampire Hunter D discovers a vampire curse ravaging the town's human inhabitants. The plague apparently originating, impossibly, from the unforgiving sea-could it be Meinster's Revenge?

* More than seventeen million Vampire Hunter D books in print worldwide.

* Cover and six interior illustrations by renowned artist Yoshitaka Amano!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781621154945
Publisher:
Dark Horse Comics
Publication date:
10/09/2012
Series:
Vampire Hunter D
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
136
Sales rank:
412,387
File size:
976 KB

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Vampire Hunter D, Volume 8: Mysterious Journey to the North Sea, Part Two 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Mina_Dark More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this addition to the Vampire Hunter D series. Number 7 was kind of hard to get into - it felt mostly like introduction. That is, of course, excusable, however, as in beginning to read number 7 you already know number 8 is "part 2." 7 is completely worth reading, even if some parts drag a little, just to reach 8. It was spectacular from beginning to end, with tons of action, crazy power-hungry characters (that were never as simple as they first seemed), and all kinds of "how will D make it out of this THIS time?" excitement. The battle scenes were amazing, and we learned some interesting things about the Nobility and D himself. Oh, and YES, we learn what the bead is for. All around good stuff! A must read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its was cute and bloody awsome
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