History LightNovel / VampireHunterD

11th Mar '17 7:57:07 PM Twiddler
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* Volume 20 - ''Island of Immortality'' (2008; to be released as Volume 25 in English, tentative 2017)
* Volume 21 - ''The Hellish Horse Carriage'' (2009)

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* Volume 20 - ''Island of Immortality'' ''Undead Island'' (2008; to be released as Volume 25 in English, tentative 2017)
* Volume 21 - ''The Hellish Horse Carriage'' (2009)''Bedeviled Stagecoach'' (2009; to be released as Volume 26 in English, tentative 2017)
11th Mar '17 7:34:47 PM Twiddler
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* Volume 6 - ''Pilgrimage of the Sacred and the Profaned'' (1988; English 2006)
* Volume 7 - ''Mysterious Journey to the North Sea Parts 1 & 2'' (1988; released in English as Volumes 7 & 8, 2007)

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* Volume 6 - ''Pilgrimage of the Sacred and the Profaned'' Profane'' (1988; English 2006)
* Volume 7 - ''Mysterious Journey to the North Sea Sea, Parts 1 & 2'' (1988; released in English as Volumes 7 & 8, 2007)



* Volume 9 - ''Pale Fallen Angel Parts 1-4'' (1994-1996; English omnibus for Parts 1+2 released in 2008 as Volume 11, English omnibus for Parts 3+4 released in 2009 as Volume 12)
* Volume 10 - ''Twin-Shadowed Knight Parts 1 & 2'' (1996; English omnibus released in 2009 as Volume 13)
* Volume 11 - ''Dark Road Parts 1-3'' (1999; English release in 2010, Parts 1+2 omnibus released as Volume 14, Part 3 released as Volume 15)
* Volume 12 - ''Tyrant's Stars Parts 1-4'' (2000-2001; English omnibus for Parts 1+2 and Parts 3+4 released in 2011 as Volumes 16 and 17)

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* Volume 9 - ''Pale Fallen Angel Angel, Parts 1-4'' (1994-1996; English omnibus for Parts 1+2 released in 2008 as Volume 11, English omnibus for Parts 3+4 released in 2009 as Volume 12)
* Volume 10 - ''Twin-Shadowed Knight Knight, Parts 1 & 2'' (1996; English omnibus released in 2009 as Volume 13)
* Volume 11 - ''Dark Road Road, Parts 1-3'' (1999; English release in 2010, Parts 1+2 omnibus released as Volume 14, Part 3 released as Volume 15)
* Volume 12 - ''Tyrant's Stars Stars, Parts 1-4'' (2000-2001; English omnibus for Parts 1+2 and Parts 3+4 released in 2011 as Volumes 16 and 17)



* Volume 17 - ''White Devil Mountain Parts 1 & 2'' (2005; English omnibus released as Volume 22 in 2014)

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* Volume 17 - ''White Devil Mountain Mountain, Parts 1 & 2'' (2005; English omnibus released as Volume 22 in 2014)



* Volume 25 - ''The Golden Demon Parts 1 & 2'' (2012)

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* Volume 25 - ''The Golden Demon Demon, Parts 1 & 2'' (2012)
11th Mar '17 6:51:03 PM Twiddler
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* Volume 19 - ''Throng of Heretics'' (2007; to be released as Volume 24 in English, tentative 2016)

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* Volume 19 - ''Throng of Heretics'' (2007; to be released as Volume 24 in English, tentative 2016)
26th Jan '17 6:15:53 PM NoxSky12599
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* TimeAbyss: Most of the Nobility, [[spoiler:as well as D himself]]. Their lifespans are usually in the range of several ''millennia''.
29th Dec '16 10:16:24 AM nombretomado
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An anime OVA feature adaptation was released in Japan in 1985, and it was dubbed and released on VHS in North America by StreamlinePictures in 1992. Advertised as the "first animated horror film for adults," the feature acquired a cult following in the US following broadcasts on CartoonNetwork, [=SyFy=] Channel, and TBS. Its success spawned an animated sequel, ''Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust'', which was first released to US theaters on the film festival and art-house circuit in 2000; a Japanese release followed in 2001. Both films were originally released on DVD by Urban Vision, and when those licenses eventually fell through, Creator/SentaiFilmworks re-released the first film on Blu-ray (with a new dub), while Creator/DiscotekMedia re-released ''Bloodlust'' (with the original dub, and only that dub).

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An anime OVA feature adaptation was released in Japan in 1985, and it was dubbed and released on VHS in North America by StreamlinePictures in 1992. Advertised as the "first animated horror film for adults," the feature acquired a cult following in the US following broadcasts on CartoonNetwork, Creator/CartoonNetwork, [=SyFy=] Channel, and TBS. Its success spawned an animated sequel, ''Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust'', which was first released to US theaters on the film festival and art-house circuit in 2000; a Japanese release followed in 2001. Both films were originally released on DVD by Urban Vision, and when those licenses eventually fell through, Creator/SentaiFilmworks re-released the first film on Blu-ray (with a new dub), while Creator/DiscotekMedia re-released ''Bloodlust'' (with the original dub, and only that dub).
22nd Oct '16 11:14:22 AM Cieloazul
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: The strange Spanish dub of the first movie toned down some of the risqué elements, though, oddly enough, not all of them. For example, it removed all the references to demons, replaced Doris offer her body to D with an offer to "kiss her," and made some minor changes, while leaving intact the rest of the depravity of the film.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: The strange Spanish dub of the first movie toned down some of the risqué elements, though, oddly enough, not all of them. For example, it removed all the references to demons, replaced Doris offer offering her body to D with an offer her offering him to "kiss her," and made some minor changes, while leaving intact the rest of the depravity of the film.film, including the scene in which Doris's breasts are shown. It also changed Rei Ginsei's skill from curving space to "curving steel" to explain how he redirected D's sword to himself, apparently believing ViewersAreMorons in all its glory.
17th Oct '16 2:51:23 AM Zeiss
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** The Snake-Women of ''Midwich'' might refer to ''[[Film/VillageOfTheDamned The Midwich Cuckoos]]'', despite absolutely no similarities between the two.

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** The Snake-Women of ''Midwich'' might refer to ''[[Film/VillageOfTheDamned ''[[Film/VillageOfTheDamned1960 The Midwich Cuckoos]]'', despite absolutely no similarities between the two.
17th Oct '16 2:49:22 AM Zeiss
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** The Snake-Women of ''Midwich'' might refer to ''[[Film/ChildrenOfTheDamned The Midwich Cuckoos]]'', despite absolutely no similarities between the two.

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** The Snake-Women of ''Midwich'' might refer to ''[[Film/ChildrenOfTheDamned ''[[Film/VillageOfTheDamned The Midwich Cuckoos]]'', despite absolutely no similarities between the two.
17th Oct '16 2:46:21 AM Zeiss
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** The Snake-Women of ''Midwich'' might refer to ''[[Film/ChildrenOfTheDamned The Midwich Cuckoos]]'', despite absolutely no similarities between the two.
17th Oct '16 2:31:17 AM Zeiss
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* TerrifyingRescuer: [[spoiler:Rei-Ginsei becomes this for Dan (for no particular purpose)]] when the latter gets hurled off a bridge, and the former has decided to become TheStarscream.


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* WhatTheHellAreYou: (combined with the following)
* WhoAreYou:
** In his final moments Count Magnus declares, ''"Who the hell are YOU?!"'' at D in the English dub of the anime. [[StrongFamilyResemblance Magnus finds the answer himself just a second later]] [[spoiler:from a portrait on the wall right nearby]].
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