|English Title||Vampire Hunter D: Demon Deathchase|
|Original title||Vampire Hunter 3: D — Demon Deathchase|
|Japanese||吸血鬼ハンター３ Ｄ―妖殺行 (Banpaia Hantā 3: D — Yōsatsukō)|
|English Publication Data|
|Publication date||January 18, 2006|
|Published by||DH Press, DMP Books|
|Japanese Publication Data|
|Publication date|| July 31, 1985|
December 10, 2007
|Published by||Asahi Sonorama|
|ISBN|| ISBN 4-257-76310-8 |
| Preceded by|
Raiser of Gales
| Followed by|
Tale of the Dead Town
With his dying breath, an old man begs that his daughter and the Noble who made off with her be pursued and, if necessary, slain. Their destination is a spaceport in the Claybourne States and their ultimate goal—a world where their love might be safe. The vampire Mayerling is perhaps the only one humans ever spoke well of, and the girl, who remains strangely nameless throughout the book, goes with him of her own free will.
Still, the old man puts a hefty price on their heads, and that sort of blood in the water draws Hunters—the notorious Marcus clan and D. The four Marcus brothers Borgoff, Nolt, Groveck, and Kyle, along with their sister Leila, are as famous for their Vampire Hunting as they are for their predilection toward killing off the competition, and they hide a dark secret about their sister as well.
As if all this warfare wasn't lively enough, Mayerling pulls through the hamlet of Barbaroi and enlists a trio of powerful bodyguards from the local population—all of which are human/monster half-breeds.
Vampire Hunter D
- Audio Drama - Description.
- Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (animated film, 2000)
- Hideyuki Kikuchi's Vampire Hunter D: Volume 3 (graphic novel, 2009)
Trivia pertaining to this volume.