In this episode, Blade - the half-human/half-vampire slayer of the undead returns to his home town of Detroit, Michigan to systematically bring down the growing empire of the vampire urban renovator Marcus Van Sciver.
A U.S. Army sergeant named Krista Starr returns home only to learn that her twin brother Zack was viciously murdered. Her investigation into her her brother's death leads her to Van Sciver and the world of Blade. While trying to infiltrate Van Sciver's operation, Krista finds herself forced into a world she could never have expected and her life takes a dramatic and shocking change that will haunt her - for all eternity.
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