This issue featured staple characters in the comic series, Morrigan Aensland, Demitri Maximoff and Donovan Baine. It also introduced Sasquatch and his tribe as well as two new characters who are not canon to the video game series, Majorette the witch and her catman friend Thomas. Both Majorette and Thomas make their appearance in Felicia and Jon Talbain's story arc.
- "Learn the true origins of demon hunter Donovan, as he battles the ghostly samurai Bishamon. Meanwhile, Morrigan finally confronts Demitri, the vampire lord. Also in this issue, a Felicia backup story where she encounters an all-new Darkstalker!"
- –Udon Entertainment
To be added.
- Donovan Baine
- Demitri Maximoff
- Morrigan Aensland
- Jon Talbain
- Tundra (referred to as Highness)
- Donovan's past was once again explored.
- The sails on Sasquatch's iceberg ship featured a Bigfoot smiley face and a giant foot.
- Tundra, the leader of the Sasquatch tribe was only referred to as Highness in the comic.
- Demitri brought up Morrigan's father, Belial.
- Characters Majorette and Thomas make their first appearance. These two characters are only considered canon to the comics.
- This was the first and only issue where a Darkstalker acknowledged the strange star in the sky.
- This issue's representation of the Bigfoot tribe's village was near close to Sasquatch's Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors and Night Warrior: Darkstalkers' Revenge stage. In both, there is a sign written in Japanese which reads 危険 (kiken) which translates to "danger."
- According to the Darkstalkers game canon, there is no such thing as a Catmen race. This differs from the world presented in the Udon version.
|Pencils:||Eric Vedder, Joe Vriens|
|Bonus story pencils:||Joe Ng|