Master of Mosquiton
Mosquiton (a nickname) is the most potent vampire in existence, effectively indestructable and awesomely powerful. His two loyal servants, controlling the elemental powers of fire and cold are no slouches either. This story involves his torment of a young girl, a poor delicate innocent. Or so you would expect, actually the young girl, inaho (think of a greedy, selfish, lazy Indiana Jones) is calling the shots and the very laid back Mosquiton is the servant (bound by blood and, possibly, affection) much to the disgust of his loyal servants. Add in the family quest to recover O-parts, another group with a rather more diabolical scheme and the return of one of Mosquitons former lovers (after 300 years) and there is always lots happening, much of which is novel. Indeed the strained relationship between Camille and Mosquiton presented the best evidence of why vampires avoid relationships, these two have had 300 years to drift apart and the result isn't pretty. A lot of humor, good animation, interesting design, story and character and a very unique take on the whole `gothic' environment make this an interesting experience. Sadly they might have wound up the hyper-active element on inaho a bit too much, as she often feels more like a caricature than a believable character.