Polk is an older man with rather an aged, curved body. He had silver eyes and grey hair with poor mustache and wears glasses. His attire consists of a faded white long-sleeve dress shirt with a dark leather welding apron over it. He also wears an olive green newsboy cap, protective gloves, short bright purple pants, and boots.
He will appear as an indifferent old man who pays attention only to his work, while the buyer has to pay or can go. When the local sheriff came to exile D, Polk says that he paid and he has the right to take it. He had always felt guilty, however, because instead of rewarding the hunter, the townsfolk chased him from that town. He is grateful to D for saving him, and let him go in peace.
Vampire Hunter D: BloodlustEdit
When he was a child, Polk was one of ten children who were kidnapped by vampires. Townspeople pooled their money to hire a best vampire hunter. He and the other children were rescued from vampires and safely back home. But in the end, people attacked the man because of his half-vampire nature and expel him right out of the town.
Polk is the owner of a rest stop in a town in which both D and the Markus brothers pass through on the hunt. Polk and D cross paths once again during the events of the movie, while D is being harassed by the local Sheriff and his people. Polk points a large rifle at the Sheriff and his deputies, allowing D to leave peacefully with his newly purchased cyborg horse.
Rest Stops- Along the highway where travelers can obtain Cyborg Horse or energy bikes. Polk own one in his town where he works and sells Cyborg Horses.
- John Elbourne's voice actors were in Japanese version Takeshi Aono and John Hostetter in the English version.
- (To Sheriff) " I can tell you, I won't think twice about using this weapon. I might even enjoy it.".
- (To D) "And I always felt bad about that. The way you was treated. How nobody stopped ya; nobody thanked you. Instead the ignorant bastards, ran you right out of our town!".