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Convention Of Fanatic Generation 1/59

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Decided to try drawing everything by hand – all the scenery, all the patterns, all the lettering. Miraculously, this lasted for the whole storyline.

Enrico (narrating): This is a tale of a time not so long ago. A tale of love and loss, friendship and family, trial and triumph. A tale of…

Enrico (past): ALEX! I can’t find my pendant!

Enrico (narrating): Well, a tale of before I got contact lenses.

Doujinshi-Ka’s Inbox: Time Travel Questions

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A sort-of imitation of the Kevin and Kell style.

Erin: Before it comes completely off-topic, let me answer some questions asked while we were traveling through time.

Reader: If Seras is regressing…
1. Why is she still a vampire?
2. Does this mean one of her ancestors is also in danger?

Erin: Seras’ “child vampire” state was just one of the random changes cuased by the time travel. (Other examples: Nenene became older and learned Engrish, but Pip became older and didn’t learn anything.) Integral came out of the portal normal. Her regression started later.

I’d explain exactly why the portal did what it did, but it would require some very advanced technobabble.

Reader: If Wells exploded like Alucard said, how is he going to write his book?

Erin: A young Wells, before writing The Time Machine, traveled with the Doctor for a bit — including to times after the book had been written. We saw him once. The Wells who exploded was the I-jin, a clone created long after the book had been written anyway. So, no worries.

Reader: Shame she’s blown up the Wells from a different timeline.

Erin: It’s actually the same timeline — just fixed, and with the plot holes gone, and with the OVA designs. The fixing shook it up a bit, but you can’t use Wells’ time machine to go to different time machines, just places in yours.

The other timelines get fixed in assorted ways. One day I’ll write some of those stories.

And finally:

Reader: What’s Hellsing like in the Kevin and Kell universe?

Erin: Something like this? Father Renaldo’s a bird, of course, because the birds secretly control everything.

Maxwell: Hellsing sow.

Integra: Speciesist.

Fangirls Are All The Same 40/40

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In this new timeline, the baobhan sith was never sent to attack Hellsing. We’ll see her again. Ditto for this other girl.

One more loose end to tie up, in a forest somewhere deep in Scotland:

“Laura”: It’s good to be back, sisters.

Other baobhan sith: What do you mean? You haven’t been anywhere.

Laura: Really? I feel as if I’ve been very far away…

And, to keep things interesting, one new thread which I’m going to leave hanging:

Maggie: {Mama? Who was my father?}

[Translated from Cantonese]

Mom: {Do not ask useless questions, my daughter. They often turn into ominous foreshadowing.}

[Limited release complete. See you next time!]

Fangirls Are All The Same 39/40

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We have two strips left, so let’s tie up some loose ends. It’s still early morning by Earth reckoning, Greenwich Mean Time. Outside the mansion:

Guard (thinking): I really should get to sleep…but one more chapter can’t hurt.

In Hell, subcircle 812:

Baalberith: It appears that, due to a temporal snag, you technically never existed. We have an opening in Human Resources that would be perfect for you.

And in Heaven, sphere whichever-they-feel-like-being-in:

Lisa: So, how do you two feel about guardian angel gigs?

Fangirls Are All The Same 38/40

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That is of course Hakim in the photo, with his close friends the Joneses.

Early next morning:

Alucard: What’s keeping you up?

Integra: Not that this is any of your concern, but:

It’s an old family photo album. I was thinking that it might be nice if time travel were really possible. There are people whom I would like to meet.

Fangirls Are All The Same 37/40

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Integra: Officer Victoria, Captain Bernadotte! Escort the Catholics to the continent. Alucard, if there are any spies in the area, search and destroy. Goodbye, Maxwell. Agent Paper, take the author and rendezvous with Joker at…

Joker: Location seven.

Integra: …location seven. May God and Her Majesty be with you, Joker. Amen. Walter, where’s that cigar?

Thank you. Now, would you like to escort Agent Paper and Miss Sumiregawa?

Walter: How did you guess, sir?

Fangirls Are All The Same 36/40

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Enrico Maxwell and Mr. Joker (Yomiko’s boss) are long-lost twins, I swear.

Enrico: Sir Integral? I’d like my agent back now.

[deedily deedily deedily]

Integra: Much as I appreciate the confirmation that you’re tracking the agent on a supposed personal trip, it seems I have another call, which may be more important. Please hold.

Joker: Sir Integral? I’d like my agent back now.

Integra: Walter? I’m going to need a cigar to deal with this one.

Fangirls Are All The Same 35/40

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Integra: Once this is through, you leave.

Heinkel: Back off, Sir Hellsing. We’re within our rights. We didn’t come here for business. It’s a free continent.

[deedily deedily deedily]

Walter: Sir Integra? Phone. Caller ID says it’s Enrico Maxwell.

Integra: Not here for business, you say?

Heinkel: No. My boss just has the worst timing in the universe.

Fangirls Are All The Same – Meta-Fanboy

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Every single fan is included here except Gabryel (who left early). If you feel like identifying them all, here’s a hint: the two whose legs only are seen are Dan and John Hobbes. The Xuanwu fanboy here is Roy Dickens.

And how fared the fangirls, you ask? Let’s take a look at the portal.

Unfortunately, the autographs don’t even get halfway through.

At the halfway point, they start regaining their original forms.

And then, something new happens:

[eeeeeeeeeeeeee!!]

Fanboy: Prof. Xuanwu is cool he’s a webcomic artist who teamed up with ANOTHER supercool webcomic artist to make an extracool crossfictonic story arc with the Hellsing crew PLUS Read Or Die PLUS H. G. Wells actually his I-jin form WITH a cameo by Doctor Who this combo story arc is massive powerup super COOL! *gasp for breath, inhale, resume* You never know what the webartist will throw at you next it’s part of the fun of reading webcomics finding out what happens next even if life interferes and delays the comic I don’t mind it’s all good so HUZZAH THE WEBARTISTS!

I ship ErinxIntegra, because the doujinshi-ka deserves some happiness too!

Xuanwu: Pardon me, but does anybody have a pen?

And the beat goes on!

Fangirls Are All The Same 34/40

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To the dismay of Walter as well as Yumiko and Yumie, Yomiko earned the title of “biggest fan” back in the first Read Or Die tankōbon.

Nenene: {I did say fangirls are all the same.}

Yumiko: {Thank you, Sumiregawa-sama — this means so much to me!}

{Make it out to ‘Your biggest fan, Yu–‘}

Nenene: {Sorry, I can’t do that.}

Yumiko: {Why not?}

Nenene: {Because my biggest fan is that woman there.}

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