The show starts with Blade chasing down a lead. The vamps are planning something - a Yuppie Vamp named Van Scivers (Neil Jackson - Stargate: SG-1 ) is setting a base up in Detroit. Blade's answer to everything is violence - and it's far more graphic than anything in, for instance, Highlander: The Series!
In Detroit, a gorgeous female US soldier named Krista ( Jill Wagner ) wants revenge on the people who killed her brother. Turns out it was some yuppies who are actually vamps.
Krista ( Jill Wagner ) goes after the vamps, but they try to turn her into one of them.
Blade tries to rescue her, but the vamps are expecting him.
The plot is mediocre, but the action is very well-done. This is a very pumped-up version of Angel!
Blade has competition. Humans named Ashers are slaying vamps, then using the dust as a drug. It even gives them superhuman strength!
Blade is captured by a gang of rogue vamps called the Bad Bloods. This is a wonderful pun, and works on several levels. The Gaelic word for Bad Blood resembles the word Dracula, made famous by Irish writer Bram Stoker. Also, these vamps are African-American ...
Their leader is Bokeem Woodbine ( Spider-Man: Homecoming ), but it used to be - Blade himself! Yes, young Blade was the one who turned the street-gang into vamps!
Krista ( Jill Wagner ) uses her spirit connection to track Boone. Then she and Chase go gunning for him!
Marcus (Neil Jackson - Stargate: SG-1 ) sends Chase to Berlin to get one of the pregnant women. Blade follows, intent on violence.
Someone's bumping off the people who helped Blade in his childhood. Naturally, there's only one enemy who knows about those people ...
Krista ( Jill Wagner ) tries to cure her mother's cancer - by Embracing her! Unfortunately old mama is hungry enough to eat everyone she knows, and warrior enough to defeat the specialist Cthon rogue vamp clean-up crew! And she is the least civilised vamp in this show - so far, anyway.
Krista ( Jill Wagner ) confronts Marcus (Neil Jackson - Stargate: SG-1 ). Instead of just ashing her, he shows her how he became a vamp. This shows why he hates purebloods so much, and makes him a much more understandable character. And by strange coincidence, he gets some closure this ep!
Blade is worried when she does not contact him, so he steps up surveillance on Cthon.
Blade and his sidekick stick their mole in a cell, to detox her. Then they go hunting for another lone bloodsucker who has also got a woman held prisoner in a basement cell somewhere.
The villain is Gilles De Rais, a French medieval serial killer who wakes to claim new victims every few decades. And compared to him, the House vamps are nice and civilised.
Meanwhile, the Pureblood girl tries to persuade Chase to work for her, against Marcus (Neil Jackson - Stargate: SG-1 ).
The Pureblood Girl's plane crashes - but she and her monsterous BodyGuard survive. Blade must take advantage of the opportunity to kill them, before they feed on innocent bystanders.
The Conclave is the meeting of the Purebloods who rule the House of Cthon. And Marcus (Neil Jackson - Stargate: SG-1 ) is preparing his own little delivery.
Blade and Schen take the brunt of a pre-emptive strike, and face a stack of obstacles before they can clean-up the Cthons!
The climax reveals a couple of amazing double-crosses. And the ending is open for further Seasons ...