'Veil' from my manga DIO+
Veil is the youngest sibling in Gadara's family, which consists of their mother, the older sister Dea and Gadara himself.
Actually, Veil is the so called 'black sheep' of the family, since as a low ranked Succubus he doesn't gain much respect from demon society.
However, his special charisma makes him quite attractive as a love-toy.
His personality is mysterious, even his family members don’t really seem to know what’s going on in his mind.
Since he doesn’t give any value to his own body, he gladly sacrifies it to his lover who is a sadistic monster from the depths of Hell.
So far, this love has cost him his left arm and eye. more stuff at my Facebook page: KhaosKai Follow me on Twitter Tumblr
*edit: A succubus doesn't neccessarily have to be female. Succubus: derived from Latin succubare "to lie under", describes the supernatural entity that appears in dreams, who often takes the form of a human woman in order to seduce men. Remarkably, the female Latin version of the word, succuba, was not used by the demonologists. Apparently because the generel opinion was that the devil himself was disguised as the women.
* edit II:
Please excuse, I felt like disable the comments because some users were verbally offended by others..
Of course, I can understand that on surface impression, a succubus is defined as the female equivalent of an incubus.
But just checking Wikipedia or some themed websites won't be enough to get an impression about the core of things..
(Comparing Wikipedia articles on random topics in different languages shows that there is a large field of explanations - even though they are similar, they often provide different interpretations.
Also sourcing text books can not be done without qualifying, even history or liberal arts are not taught in the same way in different countries or by different teachers)
In my manga, I want to widen horizonts.. telling stories from a different angle.
It is a pity, that many people seem to restrict themselves behind definitions given by people who also had restrictions.
Mythological themes are inspiring, are alive, are recent.
But there is one thing myth is not - and that is being 'restricted'.
At least, I believe so~