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A Long Flight to the Fight 22/30

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Reseda: Isn’t this interesting?

Anderson: Vampire!

Reseda: Hellsing to the left of me, Catholics to the right…

…and about three dozen ugly mugs with pointy teeth headed this way. Self excepted, of course.

A Long Flight to the Fight 21/30

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Fake Integra: She’s important to you, isn’t she?

Heinkel: You don’t know anything about it!

Fake Integra: I do. There are people that I need to protect. At all costs.

Heinkel: Is this your plan? To smooth-talk all of us, one by one? We’ll knock you out long before you finish!

Reseda: I don’t recommend that.

Early Sketches 5

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– Alupoodle!
– Alu!spirit and Integra!spirit.
– If Integra drank coffee, she’d have this cup.
– Integra and Anthy Himemiya. Similar phenotypes, very different people.
– Walter is the Tea Faerie. (Teakerbell?)
– One of any number of pictures featuring Seras that I finished almost completely, and then didn’t feel like drawing in the Harkonnen Cannon. (She’s supposed to be holding it. That other hand on her hip is Pip’s.)
– Bouncy Seras!
– A toast to the future of Hellsing.

A Long Flight to the Fight 20/30

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Heinkel: It is not a good point! She’s Sir Hellsing, not some fragile damsel!

Fake Integra: Heinkel Wolfe, was it? Where’s your partner?

Heinkel: Forget the job. Let’s just shoot her.

Timothy: Heinkel, no!

A Long Flight to the Fight 19/30

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Fake Integra: This is all very charming, but I have a job to do. You can’t keep me here.

Anderson: Why not? You think you can take all of us on at once?

Fake Integra (thinking): Well, yes, but…

Fake Integra: You wouldn’t be so rude as to gang up on a lady, would you?

Anderson: Uh…that’s actually a pretty good point.

A Long Flight to the Fight 18/30

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Fake Integra: Look, I don’t know who you think you are–

Anderson: Good question.

We ask of thee — who art thou?

Iscariots: We are the Legion of Judas Iscariot!

Anderson: What is it thou hast clutched in thy right hand?!

Iscariots: A dagger and poison!

Fake Integra: I didn’t actually need an answer…

Anderson: What is it thou hast clutched in thy left hand?!

Iscariots: Thirty silver pieces and a halter made of straw!

A Long Flight to the Fight 16/30

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London, England: some time later.

Timothy: …Okay, perhaps my fears were slightly exaggerated.

Anderson: Indeed. It’s hard to get in too much trouble when your orders are “sit and watch, unless you see Integra Hellsing.”

And what are the odds of running into her in a city this big?

Heinkel: Uh…Father Anderson? Don’t look now…

A Long Flight to the Fight 15/30

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As usual, Heinkel and Timothy handle this year’s homage to the Transgender Day of Remembrance Webcomic Project.

Timothy: That’s a good point…

Heinkel: Are you okay? you look a bit pale. Relatively speaking, I mean.

Timothy: Yeah…I guess it just finally sank in that all of us might really die tonight. How do you cope with something like that?

Heinkel: You got me there, kid. The reason I joined Section XIII in the first place was to cope with the knowledge that someone would probably try to kill me anyway.

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