Blade: The Series (2006– )
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Blade joins forces with Krista Starr to help her get revenge on an evil vampire who killed her fraternal twin brother.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Blade (as Kirk 'Sticky' Jones)
Jessica Gower ...
David Kopp ...
P. Lynn Johnson ...
Graft (as Charles Liddell)
Danny Milano
Val Cole ...
News Reporter
Tammy Morris ...
Tattooed Woman


In Moscow, Blade chases a vampire and discovers that Marcus Van Sciver is in Detroit. Meanwhile in Detroit, the military Krista Starr returns home seeking out her twin brother Zack Starr. When the family is informed that Zack was found dead, Krista identifies the corpse and asks information to the corrupt detective Det. Brian Boone that is associated to Marcus Van Sciver, supplying prostitutes to feed his vampires. Krista meets Blade and works together with him trying to catch Marcus. However, she exposes herself trying to kill Marcus, and is abducted by the evil vampire. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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28 June 2006 (USA)  »

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One character mentions a colleague named Marc Spector, who specializes in werewolves. This is a reference to the Marvel Comics character "Moon Knight". See more »


[first lines]
Blade: You know what happens next.
Russian General: [in Russian] Da.
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Spun-off from Blade (1998) See more »

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Blade the Series looks solid
2 July 2006 | by (Catonsville, Md.; USA) – See all my reviews

I whine with the best (worst?) of 'em about the dearth of watchable TV with the departure of ANGEL, BUFFY, B-5 and some occasionally watchable TREK. So, when a series comes along that's doing something right I think it deserves some support.

BLADE is good TV. I never read the comics, but I enjoyed the first two films (and endured the third). It's got a decent lead character and some interesting mythology set-ups for a summer series on Spike TV. For example, remember all those vamps that Angel and Buffy dusted? What's up with that dust? On this series it's a sought after prize among a certain sub-strata of society. For a couple of hours it confers tremendous strength and speed on its mortal users. The downside? It also carries an intense bloodlust with it. Its users are easy to spot. They have a tendency to devour their own fingers to satiate their blood-hunger.

In this universe we don't have wanton turning of people into vamps. Vampire status is awarded a very select few who've likely been waiting for a long time for this precious benefit.

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