Vampire Hunter D
B L O O D L U S T
Polk: I’m going to tell you about the time when the children were kidnapped. There were ten children altogether … The kidnappers turned out to be vampires, of course. And so the townspeople pooled their money to hire a vampire hunter. They wanted the best. And when the hunter came, he was a very strong and quiet man, and he did his job, too, which was to return the children safely back into their parents’ homes. It wasn’t easy, but many vampires died by his hands before this job was over with. And when it was over and the children were back home, the people attacked the man. They said he was a dhampir, half vampire himself — so they punished him.
Polk: That’s right — I was one of them kids. And I always felt bad about that — the way you was treated. How nobody stopped you, nobody thanked you — instead the ignorant bastards ran you right out of our town. So it’s true, isn’t it, what they say about you dhampirs. You don’t age. Now go — I’m getting tired.
So I drew this because well it made me sad and I wanted to give him flowers. (Sorry I don’t have a printer)