In "The Demon Hunter's Handbook," Abelard Van Helsing gave readers an insight into the foul fiends and desperate creatures he had battled all his life. Closer inspection of the manuscript, written at the end of his life, revealed that within the text were seeded clues about a series of volumes he had been compiling throughout his years of demon pursuit. Van Helsing distributed these volumes far across the globe to prevent them falling into evil hands. His followers have interpreted the clues and unearthed the first of these specialist volumes - "The Vampire Hunter's Handbook" - in which he goes into excruciating detail about how to destroy this cursed race, the evil that first set him on the road to hunting demons.
Miles Teeve works as a conceptual artist for the Hollywood movie industry. Adept in a number of styles his creature deisgns have appeared in movies including Legend, Witches of Eastwick, Robocop, Interview with a Vampire, Batman, Blade, Pirates of the Caribbean and Van Helsing.