Zorin: So this is the Hellsing mansion. Maybe I should just smash it with one hand…
Zorin: Oh, right. Sorry.
The scythe it is!
Bob: Wait, why are you even still up here? You should get to the bomb shelter!
I’m not going anywhere! I may be a secretary, but I can still hold a gun!
Bob: Don’t you get it? This is war!
Thien: Which is why you need all the hands you can get!
Bob: It’ll slow us down if we have to protect you!
Thien: So don’t worry about protecting me! I can look out for myself. I’m a big girl, you know!
Thien: Oh no! Even though Officer Victoria managed to bring down their zeppelin…
…there are still dozens of vampire soldiers coming! Even the mines we’re detonating throughout the grounds are only slowing them down!
Bob: Nice recap, honey.
Thien: No biggie. Before I was a secretary, I used to work as a freelance narrator.
Well, here’s an interesting find…These are the first sketches I ever did of Seras and Alucard.
They were all based off of screencaps from the last few episodes of the TV anime (party game: see how many specific frames you can identify!). So you can see that they’re very much in that animation style, rather than anything more original.
First Walter, too. (Not my first Integras — I posted those here a while ago — but close.) Next time: some Iscariots, some Millennium, and a bit of Helena…
Erin: When Integra’s involved, nothing is a waste!
Erin: Okay, so these are designed for high-use areas…university lounges, art galleries, waiting rooms…but I know I could find ways to use them a lot all by myself!
Erin: Will my money go to subsidizing vampire hunting?
Erin: I can’t think of anything more precious!
Sorry, folks — it looks like your doujinshi-ka is going to have to take a sick week. In the meantime, enjoy a batch of Integra sites, and wish me luck (and cold medicine).
Erin: Sing it!
Erin: Such noble goals…just what you would expect from an Integra!