Series: Vampire Hunter D [Manga]

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Vampire hunter D, Vol. 1: Vampire Hunter D by Hideyuki Kikuchi1
Vampire Hunter D, Volume 1 by Hideyuki Kikuchi1
Vampire Hunter D, Volume 2 by Hideyuki Kikuchi2
Vampire Hunter D, Vol. 3: Demon Deathchase by Hideyuki Kikuchi3
Vampire Hunter D, Volume 3 by Hideyuki Kikuchi3
Vampire Hunter D, Volume 4 by Hideyuki Kikuchi4
Vampire Hunter D, Volume 5 by Hideyuki Kikuchi5
Hideyuki Kikuchi's Vampire Hunter D Manga Volume 6 (Vampire Hunter D Graphic Novel) by Hideyuki Kikuchi6
Hideyuki Kikuchi's Vampire Hunter D Volume 7 by Hideyuki Kikuchi7
Coffin: The Art Of Vampire Hunter D by Yoshitaka AmanoArtbook
Vampire Hunter "D" Art Book by Amano YoshitakaArtbook

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  2. Trinity Blood, Volume 9 by Kiyo Kyujyo (2008)
  3. Hellsing, Volume 1 by Kouta Hirano (1998)
  4. Vampire's Portrait Volume 1 (Yaoi) by Hiroki Kusumoto (2007)
  5. Art Of Vampire Hunter D Volume 1 (v. 1) by Yoshiaki Kawajiri (2006)
  6. Black Jack, Volume 11 by Osamu Tezuka (1977)
  7. Black Lagoon, Volume 1 by Rei Hiroe (2002)
  8. Blood Sucker: Legend of Zipangu, Volume 1 by Saki Okuse (2006)
  9. The Reformed by Christopher Hart (2008)
  10. Vampire Doll: Guilt-na-Zan, Vol. 1 by Erika Kari (2006)
  11. Rosario Vampire, Volume 1 by Akihisa Ikeda (2004)
  12. Amano: The Complete Prints of Yoshitaka Amano by Yoshitaka Amano (2003)
  13. Saturn Apartments, Volume 2 by Hisae Iwaoka (2010)
  14. Oishinbo à la Carte: Vegetables by Tetsu Kariya (2009)
  15. How to Seduce a Vampire by Nimosaku Shimada (2010)

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