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It should be noted that, while I use the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen design for Mina Harker, Shine does not take place in the Leagueverse. (There would be continuity issues.)

The idea of Setsuna’s shop here owes a debt to Tim Nolan’s Awakening, which I read years and years ago, and which Jaime B tracked down within five hours of me asking if anyone could find it (based only on my vague memories of the events, no less). Because Shine has the most awesome readers ever.

December 13, 1898

Mina: I want to thank you, Professor, for everything.

Van Helsing: There is no need.

My family has gained something very useful from these events.

Mina: Still, you should have a more cheerful heirloom than him. What do you think of this watch?

Van Helsing: It can’t be right. Look at the date.

Mina: Good. It’ll be cheaper. We can wind it later. Excuse me, miss — we’d like to purchase this.

Setsuna (thinking): I love it when things work out.

Limited release complete

The Invisible Timeline 119/120

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For those who haven’t yet caught on, the characters have all switched from their Hellsing TV series designs and color schemes to their Hellsing Ultimate OVA designs and color schemes. This will cause a bit of confusion as the timeline sorts itself out, but eventually their memories will all be in order.

Pip: Hey, mignonette, your eyes are blue?

Integra: It’s a beautiful night.

Alucard: Yes, it is.

Seras: You’re just noticing this now?

Pip: No! But I thought — weren’t they — I mean — never mind.

Seras (thinking): …Okay, this is a bad time to ask if his eyes have always been that green.

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To summarize: none of this ever happened.

Hellsing doesn’t know about Yumie. Integra doesn’t know about Girlycard. Nenene doesn’t know she has a chance with Yomiko, and none of them know about the WSOGMM – or even that time travel actually works.

But, most importantly, Hakim Atawari was not killed, so his granddaughter Integral is back to normal.

There are some residual effects — you’ll notice that people look different — and there’s one temporal snag remaining, but it’s easy to resolve.

Want to see the whole repaired timeline? Read the Executive Summaries.

Now all I need is a punch line…

Q. Why is a vampire a good person to take to dinner?

A. Because he eats necks to nothing.

Integra Bar

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I have never had one of these, but they are my new favorite candy bar regardless. Kudos to Raf, the reader who sent me the picture <3 Also, I completely missed the fact that this was Shine's 1000th comic. Dance!

Highlights of Last Week:
– Last final exam
– Last day of high school
– Prom
– Meeting Neil Gaiman

Highlights of This Week:
– Learning that Kohta Hirano will be at Otakon
– Graduation
– Graduation parties
– Beginning of summer

Highlights of Life So Far
– First girlfriend
– Starting the Sailor Neopets RPG
– Starting Shine
– Meeting people who’ve heard of Shine

Highlights of ALL TIME
– Learning that these exist

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[BOOM]

Alucard: It appears our opponent has exploded.

Integra: Indeed.

Mission accomplished. Let’s go home.

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Past!Wells: …not a question of “where”, Sir Hellsing.

Yomiko (thinking): I got age-shifted on the way here, but I made it. And I’ve swapped Wells’ new time machine with the old, worn-out one.

Past!Wells: It’s a question of “when.”

Yomiko (thinking): Now we see if it works — or rather, if it doesn’t work. If I did it right, it should sound…

[BOOM]

…about like that, yes.

Not Quite Victoria’s England 115/120

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There’s a historical Japanese word for foreigners, “kōmōjin”, that literally means “red-haired person.” I don’t know if Nenene would be using this word to refer to Pip (it being nice and punny) or if it’s considered offensive nowadays.

Wells: When the portal opens, you must be ready to go through immediately, and follow instructions precisely.

Yomiko: Sir, I don’t think I’m the best person for this…

[grab]

Nenene: {Oh, for Pete’s sake.}

[shove]

Yomiko: Sens–

Pip: Woo woo!

Nenene: {Stop worrying and just go save the world already. And ignore the ecchi foreigner.}

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