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Pale Fallen Angel
English Title Vampire Hunter D: Pale Fallen Angels
Original title Vampire Hunter 9: D — Pale Fallen Angel 1/2/3/4
Japanese 吸血鬼ハンター9 D―蒼白き堕天使 1/2/3/4 (Banpaia Hantā 9: D — Aojiroki Datenshi 1/2/3/4)
Author Hideyuki Kikuchi
Illustrator Yoshitaka Amano
Translator Kevin Leahy
English Publication Data
Parts One and Two
Publication date October 15, 2008
Published by DH Press, DMP Books
Pages 295
ISBN ISBN 1-59582-130-9
Parts Three and Four
Publication date March 18, 2009
Published by DH Press, DMP Books
Pages 288
ISBN ISBN 1-59582-131-7
Japanese Publication Data
Part One
Publication date July, 1994
Published by Asahi Sonorama
ISBN ISBN 4-257-76682-4
Part Two
Publication date April, 1995
Published by Asahi Sonorama
ISBN ISBN 4-257-76710-3
Part Three
Publication date November, 1995
Published by Asahi Sonorama
ISBN ISBN 4-257-76744-8
Part Four
Publication date March, 1996
Published by Asahi Sonorama
ISBN ISBN 4-257-76774-X
Publication Order
English Volume 11 (Parts One and Two)
Volume 12 (Parts Three and Four)
Japanese Vampire Hunter 9
Preceded by
The Rose Princess
Followed by
Twin-Shadowed Knight

Pale Fallen Angel released in Japan as Pale Fallen Angel "D" (蒼白き堕天使"D") is the ninth book in the Vampire Hunter series.



Other Characters[]

  • Fisher Lagoon (owner of Fisher's Lagoon)
  • Black Masks (Fisher Lagoon's hired mercenaries)
  • Telena (Fisher Lagoon's favorite girlfriend)
  • Giselle (prostitute at Fisher's Lagoon)
  • Paige (new girl at Fisher's Lagoon)
  • Madam (the woman who interfaces with the customers at Fishers Lagoon's)
  • Dr. Mireille Lubedeck (director of the Lubeck clinic)
  • Balcon (black market dealer)
  • Balcon's Bodyguard (one of the top 5 warriors from the west-capitol)
  • Taki (Johann's assistent)
  • Guide (demon)
  • Sherrif Gildari (sherrif in Lidell)
  • Blacksmith
  • Traveling Blacksmith
  • Traveling Songstress and her child
  • Ferryman
  • Joanna (a girl headed for the village of Krauhausen)
  • Frazetta (Baron Byron Balazs's servant)
  • Yona (Baron Byron Balazs's servant)
  • Adam Karnstein (noble)
  • Mircalla Karnstein (noble)
  • Original Duke Greed (the husband of the current Duke Greed)
  • Gullit the Corrupter (noble, writer)
  • Brockdens (noble family fromt the Southern frontier sectors)
  • Revolutionary Army





Pale Fallen Angels Parts One and Two, the first two novels of Hideyuki Kikuchi's groundbreaking epic four-part Vampire Hunter D tale, are presented here in one affordable omnibus collection!

Krauhasen: A mysterious land under the control of Lord Vlad Balarge, a member of the vampire Nobility. When Lord Vlad's son, Baron Byron Balarge, needs to make a long and treacherous journey to faraway Krauhasen, he commissions the help of the infamous Vampire Hunter D, promising a princely sum and a solemn vow-no feasting on any humans for the duration of their journey!

Still, D finds his work cut out for him as the duo encounters an ongoing parade of thugs, rogues, and runaways, all with riot and revenge in mind. The pair are joined by the teenage tumbling act, May and Hugh, and the haughty Noblewoman Miska, recently spared death by the stake. But when D discovers the Baron's plans to murder Lord Vlad, he quickly finds his own life in danger.

Baron Byron Balazs nears the end of his arduous journey; his bodyguard-the enigmatic and deadly Vampire Hunter D -- has delivered him to his faraway home in Krauhausen. Having survived the near-epic journey, and many attempts on his life -- ordered by his father, the dread Vampire Noble Lord Vlad -- the baron thinks he is ready for his final battle, whatever the cost. But Lord Vlad is not so easily vanquished, as he unleashes yet another host of nefarious killers on his son, not least of whom is a mad doctor who was enlisted to perform sinister experiments on the young baron's mother years before!

  • The epic conclusion of the longest Vampire Hunter D story ever. This book was originally published in four individual novels in Japan. To make this more affordable for fans, we're releasing this mega-novel as two omnibus volumes!

(Summary taken from Dark Horse Comics)

Cover Gallery[]


The first two parts of this book were published as an omnibus with the plural title Pale Fallen Angels, however, this was corrected in Parts Three and Four.