List of Vampire Hunter D Characters - Adaptations - Audio Drama

Audio Drama

Asashi Sonorama created audio drama adaptations of three of the novels: Raiser of Gales "D" (January 1988), D - Demon Deathchase (June 1988), D - Mysterious Journey to the North Sea I: To the North Sea (March 1990), D - Mysterious Journey to the North Sea II: Summer at Last (May 1990), and D - Mysterious Journey to the North Sea III: When Winter Comes Again (June 1990). Most of the voice cast for the original OVA reprised their roles. Originally released on cassette tape, in 2005 they were re-released as a special edition, five-disc Vampire Hunter D - Audio Drama Box, including a small supplemental booklet with a new short story by Kikuchi and an "art cloth" with an illustration by Amano.

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