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29th Jan '16 12:10:03 PM arromdee
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* One of two writers named ChristopherPriest.
12th Dec '15 11:08:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''[[{{Film/Priest1994}} Priest]]'', a 1994 British film directed by Antonia Bird.
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* ''[[{{Film/Priest1994}} Priest]]'', ''Film/{{Priest|1994}}'', a 1994 British film directed by Antonia Bird.

* ''Film/{{Priest}}'', a 2011 film based on the above.
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* ''Film/{{Priest}}'', ''Film/{{Priest|2011}}'', a 2011 film based on the above.
19th Jun '13 6:40:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''[[{{Film/Priest1994}} Priest]]'', a 1994 British film directed by Antonia Bird * ''Manhwa/{{Priest}}'', a 1998-2007 {{manhwa}} * ''Film/{{Priest}}'', a 2011 film based on the above
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* ''[[{{Film/Priest1994}} Priest]]'', a 1994 British film directed by Antonia Bird Bird. * ''Manhwa/{{Priest}}'', a 1998-2007 {{manhwa}} {{manhwa}}. * ''Film/{{Priest}}'', a 2011 film based on the aboveabove. * If you were looking for tropes about priests, take a look at ReligionTropes. ----
23rd Jan '12 3:03:25 PM Dutchbear
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* ''[[{{Film/Priest1994}} Priest]]'', a 1994 British film directed by Antonia Bird
29th Nov '11 4:26:02 PM OldManHoOh
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Moving to namespace in line with the film. Also, if publication outright stopped, how is it "ongoing" (likewise, how does it fit "schedule slip")? Crowning Moment of Awesome is YMMV.
[[quoteright:276:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Priest_8026.jpg]] ''Priest'' is an ongoing ''{{manhwa}}'' written and illustrated by Min-Woo Hyung. Featuring a strikingly angular art style and a complex story spanning three time periods - the Crusades, the Old West (the primary setting) and the near future - the series follows the immortal priest Ivan Isaacs as he wanders the American frontier seeking revenge on a band of [[FallenAngel fallen angels]] after the death of his beloved. Initially a fast-paced, violent horror western, the series has evolved into a complicated and critically acclaimed apocalyptic tale. A film serving as a sequel to the manhwa came out in May 2011, with its own comic spinoff. It takes place 150 years after the end of the manhwa (whenever that may be - see below), and the remnant [[hottip:*:zombie minions but instead referred to as...]]"feral" vampires (similar to those in ''[[ThirtyDaysOfNight 30 Days Of Night]]'') are the main antagonists. The Order of St. Vertinez remains to stop them, their chosen warriors branded in tribute to Ivan. Publication has stopped at Volume 16, with no new issues being printed. Nobody knows why, and the author hasn't mentioned anything relating to it. Music/{{Dream Theater}} (yes, ''that'' Dream Theater) has confirmed this manhwa to be the basis for the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M53hCKBqckE&feature=related In The Presence of Enemies]] from their album ''Systematic Chaos''. ---- !This comic provides examples of: * ActualPacifist: Nera * AnachronismStew: Ivan Isaacs wields a Tommy gun in the Old West. The Tommy gun was not invented until the 20th century. Not to mention the bandits who appeared to have banana-clip sub-machineguns. * TheAntichrist: Newly-released Temozarela * AntiHero: Ivan Isaacs, who often comes across as a HeroicSociopath. * {{Antivillain}}: Kinda strange that [[TheMessiah Nera]] would be on Temozarela's side, eh? * AsTheGoodBookSays: Ivan has a habit of doing this as he is slaughtering the army of mooks. * AuthorTract: Though the series hardly presents the Church in a favorable light and most of its protagonists are atheist or otherwise faithless, the author does keep his own feelings on the subject confined to a small [[{{Omake}} bonus comic]] in the back of Vol. 9. * BadAss: So, so many. * BadassLongcoat: Ivan's coat. * BadassNative: Cairo and his family. * BadassPreacher: Ivan Isaacs, in spades. * BeautyEqualsGoodness: Nera * BigBadassWolf: Bendo, Nera's wolf. * BetterToDieThanBeKilled: Lizzie (attempted, but saved from AFateWorseThanDeath by other means). * BigBad: Temozarela. * {{Bishonen}}: Armand. * BodyHorror * BodySurf: Jarbilong's ability * BreakTheCutie --> KillTheCutie * BrotherSisterIncest: Ivan and Gena. Technically they're unrelated, but Mr. Isaacs still disapproves. * BurnTheWitch * ChainsawGood: One of the mooks comes up with this against Ivan, which doesn't work too well. * ChurchMilitant: Father Joshua and the rest of the Order of St. Vertinez. * CircusBrat: Nera's band * TheCoatsAreOff: [[http://www.mangavolume.com/index.php?serie=priest&chapter=priest-92&page_nr=11 Uh oh]] * CorruptChurch: Some of the measures taken to "enhance" certain members of the Order of St. Vertinez are fairly monstrous. Not to mention what they did to Ivan and poor Gena. * CrapsackWorld * CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Many and varied, though Cairo's confrontation with the CorruptChurch is a standout. [[spoiler: This particular case is a DyingMomentOfAwesome.]] * CrucifiedHeroShot * DeaderThanDead: Raul Piestro. * DeadLittleSister: Vascar de Guillon's wife and daughter, Betheal Gavarre's adopted son, Ivan's girlfriend ([[spoiler:who, it is later revealed, was killed ''again'' by Ivan himself when she became a zombie]]). * DealWithTheDevil: Ivan's deal with Betheal qualifies since it involves Ivan's giving up (half of) his soul. * DemonicPossession: Happens a lot - most notably Temozarela's possession of Vascar de Guillon and Belial's possession of Ivan. * TheDeterminator: Ivan * DissonantSerenity: Matthew, after [[spoiler: he had killed and mutilated a servant girl for Temozarela. He sincerely believed that Temozarela's voice was God and that he was doing God's work. Apparently if [[KnightTemplar Betheal]] is your mentor figure you wouldn't be bothered at all if God asks for such gruesome things]]. * TheDragon: Armand. * EvilerThanThou * EvilIsNotAToy * EyeScream: Jarbilong's true form had his eyes plucked out at some point in the past. * FanDisservice: ''Priest'' almost rivals ''{{Berserk}}'' with this and that's ''really'' saying something. * FlashbackTwist: Quite a few of these. * FriendToAllLivingThings: Nera. * FutureMeScaresMe: A very young Ivan is plagued by nightmares of his terrifying future self. * {{Gonk}}: Most of Nera's band of outcasts, Baba especially. * {{Gorn}}: To say the least. * GatlingGood: Novic. * GodIsEvil: Arguably more of a JerkAss, though we haven't seen him ourselves and the only firsthand descriptions of his actions come from the fallen angels who have turned their backs on him. Several characters have lost faith as a result of God's [[TheGodsMustBeLazy lack of intervention]] during various horrific events. * GoodThingYouCanHeal: Several characters, most notably Ivan himself. * HeWhoFightsMonsters: Definitely Betheal and Ivan. * HighPressureBlood: Rivers of it. * HistoryRepeats: A central theme. Currently we know of three characters who have sought revenge against Temozarela for very similar reasons: Vascar de Guillon (during the Crusades), Betheal Gavarre (during the Inquisition) and Ivan Isaacs. Upon seeing an odd rock formation atop a cliffside, a young Ivan is told that it holds a Native American chieftan locked in an eternal battle of wills with an ancient demon - a fate which mirrors that of Betheal/Belial and, eventually, Ivan himself. * HoldingBackThePhlebotinum: Justified. [[spoiler:The reason why Betheal cannot use his full power of darkness is that Ivan refuses to give up all of his soul even in the most urgent situations.]] * HollywoodVoodoo: Ivan uses this when he fights Jarbilong. * HumanSacrifice: Seen in Temozarela's flashback and in Betheal/Belial's flashback, and [[VirginSacrifice how Gena dies]]. * HumansAreBastards * ILetGwenStacyDie: ''Gena'' * ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: Used heavily in Ivan's fight with Jarbilong. * ImportantHaircut: Lizzie. * TheJuggernaut: The fallen angels. * KnifeNut: Cairo, though more emphasis on "knife" than "nut." * KnightTemplar: Vascar de Guillon is literally a Knight Templar, and the Order of St. Vertinez is the epitome of this trope. * LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Oh yeah. Held in check by loads and loads of character deaths. * LoveMartyr: Nera/Netraphim * MadArtist: Achmode considers himself an artist, but may be closer to a MadScientist. * TheMessiah: Nera * MonochromaticEyes: Ivan and several other characters have completely white eyes. * MummiesAtTheDinnerTable: Briefly after Gena is killed. * MyGodWhatHaveIDone[=/=]OhCrap: Father Piestro in his final moments. * MyNameIsInigoMontoya: Played very straight with Coburn and Joshua after [[spoiler:the Order of St. Vertinez kills Cairo]]. * MySiblingWillLiveThroughMe * {{Nakama}}: Coburn, Novic, Cairo and Father Lucian. Lizzie's band seemed to be this as well, but they were all killed in the first volume. * NonHumanSidekick: Bendo, Nera's wolf companion. * OffWithHisHead: Ivan tears off [[spoiler: Jarbilong]]'s head with his bare hands. * OneWingedAngel: The fallen angels show their true form before they die. * OurAngelsAreDifferent: ''Very'' different. * OurZombiesAreDifferent: They're only vulnerable to silver, fire and dismemberment. Just a headshot from a lead bullet won't do the trick. * OutOfTheInferno: Ivan, after defeating Jarbilong and burning down St. Baldlas. * {{Outlaw}}: Lizzie. * OverdrawnAtTheBloodBank * PetTheDog[=/=]MoralityChain: Betheal's relationship with Matthew. Of course it doesn't end well. * PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: Mr. Dudley does not like foreigners. * ProudWarriorRaceGuy: Cairo's family. * TheQuietOne: Novic. * RageAgainstTheHeavens: Temozarela and the other fallen. * RedRightHand: [[spoiler:Ivan]] gets one of these after his battle with Achmode. * ReligiousHorror * RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Betheal and Ivan against all the fallen angels. * SacrificialLamb: Several but most prominently Betheal's adopted son and Ivan's girlfriend Gena, [[spoiler:whose deaths prompted Betheal and Ivan to go on the RoaringRampageOfRevenge]]. * ScaryBlackMan: Novic. * ScheduleSlip: Sigh... * SealedEvilInACan: The Domas Porada. * ShoutOut: [[WordOfGod Min-Woo Hyung]] stated in an interview in Vol. 3 that ''Priest'' was inspired by the PC game ''{{Blood}}'', and the protagonists of both are similar in design. Father Antoine, the regenerating priest with ScaryShinyGlasses, may also be a ShoutOut to Father Anderson of ''{{Hellsing}}''. ** At one point Ivan pursues three bandits named [[TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly Sentenza, Blondie, and Tuco]]. * SillyRabbitIdealismIsForKids: O'Neill towards Ashley. * SilverBullet: Ivan's favored weapon against the fallen angels and their henchmen along with his silver knife. * SinisterScythe: Ivan is often depicted with one in full-page art spreads, but only actually uses it once, during a flashback. * TakenForGranite: Temozarela and the fallen angels are imprisoned this way, until Vascar releases them. * TechnicalPacifist: Father Lucian. * ThatManIsDead: To say that Betheal and Ivan are no longer who they used to be is putting it mildy. * TokenGoodTeammate: Nera * TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: [[spoiler:Nera]] * TragicMonster: Gaston. * TrainJob: In the first volume. * {{Tsundere}}: Young Gena. * UnstoppableRage: Ivan's supernatural abilities are literally fueled by his rage. * USMarshal: Coburn. * TheVirus: The Dark Doctrine. * WaistcoatOfStyle: Armand * WalkingTheEarth: Ivan, and by extension Lizzie, as she's following him. * WeirdWest: Except for the flashbacks and flashforwards. * WhipItGood: Coburn. * WholeEpisodeFlashback: Volume 4 deals with [[TroubledBackstoryFlashback Ivan's backstory]], Volume 5 and 6 with Vascar de Guillon and Belial's. The latter two are actually flashbacks within Ivan's flashback. * WickedCultured: Armand. * WoundThatWillNotHeal: Armand gives Isaac one around the start of Nera's arc, which is why he's mostly absent from it as he's hiding in a cave, recuperating. It finally heals in Volume 15. * YourHeadASplode: Temozarela does this to most of the researchers at St. Vertinez, though it's merciful compared to [[{{Squick}} what he does to Father Piestro]]. * ZombieApocalypse: What happens to pretty much every town infiltrated by Temozarela's agents. ---- <<|{{Manhwa}}|>>
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[[quoteright:276:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Priest_8026.jpg]] ''Priest'' is an ongoing ''{{manhwa}}'' written and illustrated by Min-Woo Hyung. Featuring Priest can refer to: * ''Manhwa/{{Priest}}'', a strikingly angular art style and 1998-2007 {{manhwa}} * ''Film/{{Priest}}'', a complex story spanning three time periods - the Crusades, the Old West (the primary setting) and the near future - the series follows the immortal priest Ivan Isaacs as he wanders the American frontier seeking revenge on a band of [[FallenAngel fallen angels]] after the death of his beloved. Initially a fast-paced, violent horror western, the series has evolved into a complicated and critically acclaimed apocalyptic tale. A 2011 film serving as a sequel to the manhwa came out in May 2011, with its own comic spinoff. It takes place 150 years after the end of the manhwa (whenever that may be - see below), and the remnant [[hottip:*:zombie minions but instead referred to as...]]"feral" vampires (similar to those in ''[[ThirtyDaysOfNight 30 Days Of Night]]'') are the main antagonists. The Order of St. Vertinez remains to stop them, their chosen warriors branded in tribute to Ivan. Publication has stopped at Volume 16, with no new issues being printed. Nobody knows why, and the author hasn't mentioned anything relating to it. Music/{{Dream Theater}} (yes, ''that'' Dream Theater) has confirmed this manhwa to be the basis for the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M53hCKBqckE&feature=related In The Presence of Enemies]] from their album ''Systematic Chaos''. ---- !This comic provides examples of: * ActualPacifist: Nera * AnachronismStew: Ivan Isaacs wields a Tommy gun in the Old West. The Tommy gun was not invented until the 20th century. Not to mention the bandits who appeared to have banana-clip sub-machineguns. * TheAntichrist: Newly-released Temozarela * AntiHero: Ivan Isaacs, who often comes across as a HeroicSociopath. * {{Antivillain}}: Kinda strange that [[TheMessiah Nera]] would be on Temozarela's side, eh? * AsTheGoodBookSays: Ivan has a habit of doing this as he is slaughtering the army of mooks. * AuthorTract: Though the series hardly presents the Church in a favorable light and most of its protagonists are atheist or otherwise faithless, the author does keep his own feelings based on the subject confined to a small [[{{Omake}} bonus comic]] in the back of Vol. 9. * BadAss: So, so many. * BadassLongcoat: Ivan's coat. * BadassNative: Cairo and his family. * BadassPreacher: Ivan Isaacs, in spades. * BeautyEqualsGoodness: Nera * BigBadassWolf: Bendo, Nera's wolf. * BetterToDieThanBeKilled: Lizzie (attempted, but saved from AFateWorseThanDeath by other means). * BigBad: Temozarela. * {{Bishonen}}: Armand. * BodyHorror * BodySurf: Jarbilong's ability * BreakTheCutie --> KillTheCutie * BrotherSisterIncest: Ivan and Gena. Technically they're unrelated, but Mr. Isaacs still disapproves. * BurnTheWitch * ChainsawGood: One of the mooks comes up with this against Ivan, which doesn't work too well. * ChurchMilitant: Father Joshua and the rest of the Order of St. Vertinez. * CircusBrat: Nera's band * TheCoatsAreOff: [[http://www.mangavolume.com/index.php?serie=priest&chapter=priest-92&page_nr=11 Uh oh]] * CorruptChurch: Some of the measures taken to "enhance" certain members of the Order of St. Vertinez are fairly monstrous. Not to mention what they did to Ivan and poor Gena. * CrapsackWorld * CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Many and varied, though Cairo's confrontation with the CorruptChurch is a standout. [[spoiler: This particular case is a DyingMomentOfAwesome.]] * CrucifiedHeroShot * DeaderThanDead: Raul Piestro. * DeadLittleSister: Vascar de Guillon's wife and daughter, Betheal Gavarre's adopted son, Ivan's girlfriend ([[spoiler:who, it is later revealed, was killed ''again'' by Ivan himself when she became a zombie]]). * DealWithTheDevil: Ivan's deal with Betheal qualifies since it involves Ivan's giving up (half of) his soul. * DemonicPossession: Happens a lot - most notably Temozarela's possession of Vascar de Guillon and Belial's possession of Ivan. * TheDeterminator: Ivan * DissonantSerenity: Matthew, after [[spoiler: he had killed and mutilated a servant girl for Temozarela. He sincerely believed that Temozarela's voice was God and that he was doing God's work. Apparently if [[KnightTemplar Betheal]] is your mentor figure you wouldn't be bothered at all if God asks for such gruesome things]]. * TheDragon: Armand. * EvilerThanThou * EvilIsNotAToy * EyeScream: Jarbilong's true form had his eyes plucked out at some point in the past. * FanDisservice: ''Priest'' almost rivals ''{{Berserk}}'' with this and that's ''really'' saying something. * FlashbackTwist: Quite a few of these. * FriendToAllLivingThings: Nera. * FutureMeScaresMe: A very young Ivan is plagued by nightmares of his terrifying future self. * {{Gonk}}: Most of Nera's band of outcasts, Baba especially. * {{Gorn}}: To say the least. * GatlingGood: Novic. * GodIsEvil: Arguably more of a JerkAss, though we haven't seen him ourselves and the only firsthand descriptions of his actions come from the fallen angels who have turned their backs on him. Several characters have lost faith as a result of God's [[TheGodsMustBeLazy lack of intervention]] during various horrific events. * GoodThingYouCanHeal: Several characters, most notably Ivan himself. * HeWhoFightsMonsters: Definitely Betheal and Ivan. * HighPressureBlood: Rivers of it. * HistoryRepeats: A central theme. Currently we know of three characters who have sought revenge against Temozarela for very similar reasons: Vascar de Guillon (during the Crusades), Betheal Gavarre (during the Inquisition) and Ivan Isaacs. Upon seeing an odd rock formation atop a cliffside, a young Ivan is told that it holds a Native American chieftan locked in an eternal battle of wills with an ancient demon - a fate which mirrors that of Betheal/Belial and, eventually, Ivan himself. * HoldingBackThePhlebotinum: Justified. [[spoiler:The reason why Betheal cannot use his full power of darkness is that Ivan refuses to give up all of his soul even in the most urgent situations.]] * HollywoodVoodoo: Ivan uses this when he fights Jarbilong. * HumanSacrifice: Seen in Temozarela's flashback and in Betheal/Belial's flashback, and [[VirginSacrifice how Gena dies]]. * HumansAreBastards * ILetGwenStacyDie: ''Gena'' * ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: Used heavily in Ivan's fight with Jarbilong. * ImportantHaircut: Lizzie. * TheJuggernaut: The fallen angels. * KnifeNut: Cairo, though more emphasis on "knife" than "nut." * KnightTemplar: Vascar de Guillon is literally a Knight Templar, and the Order of St. Vertinez is the epitome of this trope. * LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Oh yeah. Held in check by loads and loads of character deaths. * LoveMartyr: Nera/Netraphim * MadArtist: Achmode considers himself an artist, but may be closer to a MadScientist. * TheMessiah: Nera * MonochromaticEyes: Ivan and several other characters have completely white eyes. * MummiesAtTheDinnerTable: Briefly after Gena is killed. * MyGodWhatHaveIDone[=/=]OhCrap: Father Piestro in his final moments. * MyNameIsInigoMontoya: Played very straight with Coburn and Joshua after [[spoiler:the Order of St. Vertinez kills Cairo]]. * MySiblingWillLiveThroughMe * {{Nakama}}: Coburn, Novic, Cairo and Father Lucian. Lizzie's band seemed to be this as well, but they were all killed in the first volume. * NonHumanSidekick: Bendo, Nera's wolf companion. * OffWithHisHead: Ivan tears off [[spoiler: Jarbilong]]'s head with his bare hands. * OneWingedAngel: The fallen angels show their true form before they die. * OurAngelsAreDifferent: ''Very'' different. * OurZombiesAreDifferent: They're only vulnerable to silver, fire and dismemberment. Just a headshot from a lead bullet won't do the trick. * OutOfTheInferno: Ivan, after defeating Jarbilong and burning down St. Baldlas. * {{Outlaw}}: Lizzie. * OverdrawnAtTheBloodBank * PetTheDog[=/=]MoralityChain: Betheal's relationship with Matthew. Of course it doesn't end well. * PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: Mr. Dudley does not like foreigners. * ProudWarriorRaceGuy: Cairo's family. * TheQuietOne: Novic. * RageAgainstTheHeavens: Temozarela and the other fallen. * RedRightHand: [[spoiler:Ivan]] gets one of these after his battle with Achmode. * ReligiousHorror * RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Betheal and Ivan against all the fallen angels. * SacrificialLamb: Several but most prominently Betheal's adopted son and Ivan's girlfriend Gena, [[spoiler:whose deaths prompted Betheal and Ivan to go on the RoaringRampageOfRevenge]]. * ScaryBlackMan: Novic. * ScheduleSlip: Sigh... * SealedEvilInACan: The Domas Porada. * ShoutOut: [[WordOfGod Min-Woo Hyung]] stated in an interview in Vol. 3 that ''Priest'' was inspired by the PC game ''{{Blood}}'', and the protagonists of both are similar in design. Father Antoine, the regenerating priest with ScaryShinyGlasses, may also be a ShoutOut to Father Anderson of ''{{Hellsing}}''. ** At one point Ivan pursues three bandits named [[TheGoodTheBadAndTheUgly Sentenza, Blondie, and Tuco]]. * SillyRabbitIdealismIsForKids: O'Neill towards Ashley. * SilverBullet: Ivan's favored weapon against the fallen angels and their henchmen along with his silver knife. * SinisterScythe: Ivan is often depicted with one in full-page art spreads, but only actually uses it once, during a flashback. * TakenForGranite: Temozarela and the fallen angels are imprisoned this way, until Vascar releases them. * TechnicalPacifist: Father Lucian. * ThatManIsDead: To say that Betheal and Ivan are no longer who they used to be is putting it mildy. * TokenGoodTeammate: Nera * TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: [[spoiler:Nera]] * TragicMonster: Gaston. * TrainJob: In the first volume. * {{Tsundere}}: Young Gena. * UnstoppableRage: Ivan's supernatural abilities are literally fueled by his rage. * USMarshal: Coburn. * TheVirus: The Dark Doctrine. * WaistcoatOfStyle: Armand * WalkingTheEarth: Ivan, and by extension Lizzie, as she's following him. * WeirdWest: Except for the flashbacks and flashforwards. * WhipItGood: Coburn. * WholeEpisodeFlashback: Volume 4 deals with [[TroubledBackstoryFlashback Ivan's backstory]], Volume 5 and 6 with Vascar de Guillon and Belial's. The latter two are actually flashbacks within Ivan's flashback. * WickedCultured: Armand. * WoundThatWillNotHeal: Armand gives Isaac one around the start of Nera's arc, which is why he's mostly absent from it as he's hiding in a cave, recuperating. It finally heals in Volume 15. * YourHeadASplode: Temozarela does this to most of the researchers at St. Vertinez, though it's merciful compared to [[{{Squick}} what he does to Father Piestro]]. * ZombieApocalypse: What happens to pretty much every town infiltrated by Temozarela's agents. ---- <<|{{Manhwa}}|>>above
25th Sep '11 9:28:44 AM gfrequency
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* WeirdWest: Except for the flashbacks and flashforwards.

* TheWildWest: Most of the series takes place here.
12th Sep '11 11:13:19 AM nombretomado
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{{Dream Theater}} (yes, ''that'' Dream Theater) has confirmed this manhwa to be the basis for the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M53hCKBqckE&feature=related In The Presence of Enemies]] from their album ''Systematic Chaos''.
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{{Dream Music/{{Dream Theater}} (yes, ''that'' Dream Theater) has confirmed this manhwa to be the basis for the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M53hCKBqckE&feature=related In The Presence of Enemies]] from their album ''Systematic Chaos''.
29th May '11 4:19:49 PM nomuru2d
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A film serving as a sequel to the manhwa is coming out later this year, with its own comic spinoff. It takes place 150 years after the end of the manhwa (whenever that may be - see below), and the remnant [[hottip:*:zombie minions but instead referred to as...]]"feral" vampires (similar to those in ''[[ThirtyDaysOfNight 30 Days Of Night]]'') are the main antagonists. The Order of St. Vertinez remains to stop them, their chosen warriors branded in tribute to Ivan.
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A film serving as a sequel to the manhwa is coming came out later this year, in May 2011, with its own comic spinoff. It takes place 150 years after the end of the manhwa (whenever that may be - see below), and the remnant [[hottip:*:zombie minions but instead referred to as...]]"feral" vampires (similar to those in ''[[ThirtyDaysOfNight 30 Days Of Night]]'') are the main antagonists. The Order of St. Vertinez remains to stop them, their chosen warriors branded in tribute to Ivan.
12th May '11 1:26:44 AM nomuru2d
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A film serving as a sequel to the manhwa is coming out later this year, with its own comic spinoff. It takes place 150 years after the end of the manhwa, and the remnant [[strike:zombie minions]]"feral" vampires (similar to those in ''[[ThirtyDaysOfNight 30 Days Of Night]]'') are the main antagonists. The Order of St. Vertinez remains to stop them, their chosen warriors branded in tribute to Ivan.
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A film serving as a sequel to the manhwa is coming out later this year, with its own comic spinoff. It takes place 150 years after the end of the manhwa, manhwa (whenever that may be - see below), and the remnant [[strike:zombie minions]]"feral" [[hottip:*:zombie minions but instead referred to as...]]"feral" vampires (similar to those in ''[[ThirtyDaysOfNight 30 Days Of Night]]'') are the main antagonists. The Order of St. Vertinez remains to stop them, their chosen warriors branded in tribute to Ivan.
12th May '11 1:23:42 AM nomuru2d
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Info released by way of Attack of the Show.
A film [[InNameOnly very loosely based]] on this manhwa is coming out later this year, with its own comic spinoff. It takes place in the future and "feral" vampires (similar to those in ''[[ThirtyDaysOfNight 30 Days Of Night]]'') have replaced fallen angels as the main antagonists.
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A film [[InNameOnly very loosely based]] on this serving as a sequel to the manhwa is coming out later this year, with its own comic spinoff. It takes place in 150 years after the future end of the manhwa, and "feral" the remnant [[strike:zombie minions]]"feral" vampires (similar to those in ''[[ThirtyDaysOfNight 30 Days Of Night]]'') have replaced fallen angels as are the main antagonists. antagonists. The Order of St. Vertinez remains to stop them, their chosen warriors branded in tribute to Ivan.
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