Thu
Apr 19 2012 4:29pm

Graphic Vampyre Love: P.C. and Kristin Cast’s House of Night

In the world of P.C. and Kristin Cast’s House of Night series, vampyres have been around for a while. Everybody is kind of all right with that, as long as the little fledglings go to their Night School and sequester themselves away from us plain ol’ mortals. But things weren’t always that way.

The newest motion comic from Dark Horse Comics reveals how the House of Night became a safe haven for all would-be blood suckers of the world. It’s a classic conflict played out in romance novels, only here, the happy ending establishes a school instead of a relationship. The priestess Freya wants vampyres to have their own House of Night school in Scandanavia, only King Olaf, rumored to be dead but really a vampire, is opposed to it, believing that if vampyres will be persecuted if they’re out in the open. Freya is tested by her goddess, and wins the challenge, therefore convincing Olaf to change his mind.

The clip above was released yesterday via Felicia Day’s new YouTube Channel “Geek and Sundry"; what do you think?

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Heather Waters (redline_)
1. redline_
Oh, interesting! What's the deal with Felicia Day's YouTube channel, do you know? Hadn't heard. I still need to catch up on The Guild...
Christopher Morgan
2. cmorgan
She started it as a kind of hang out for all things Geek. I know Wil Wheaton has a show there about table top gaming and they have a couple of book clubs. One is "Sword and Laser" which is SFF. I also know Day has another book club she refers to as the "Vaginal Fantasy Hang-Out" which are her and her friends discussing romance books.

The channel is also going to be home to The Guild in future seasons and has a Dark Horse portion, which publishes the comic version of her Guild series. As well as all things Wheadon-verse.
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