Vampire Hunter D is cool, and the tale of the half breed vampire hunter is coming to a PSP near you. Digital Manga Publishing has released the first book of Hideyuki Kikuchi’s Vampire Hunter D. That's the title by the way. Hideuki Kikuchi's Vampire Hunter D is the condensed retelling of Kikuchi's light novels (which began in 1883.) While part of me really wishes for the deliciously drawn Vampire Hunter D (drawn by the legendary Yoshitaka Amano,) those are held by Dark Horse in the US.
D, a sort of lone wolf-like knight-errant, wanders through a far-future post-nuclear Earth that combines elements of pulp genres: western, science fiction, horror, high fantasy, H. P. Lovecraftian mythos, folklore and occult science. The planet, once terrified by the elegant but cruel Nobles ( vampires), ancient demons, mutants and their technological creations, is now slowly returning to a semblance of order and human control — thanks in part to the decadence that brought about the downfall of the vampire race, to the continued stubbornness of frontier dwellers and, to the rise of a caste of independent hunters-for-hire who eliminate supernatural threats. --- wiki
Anyhoo, the first volume is in the PSP store right now, at the low, low cost of $1.99 for the first chapter. I've never read manga on the PSP, but at two dollars, it might be worth experimenting.