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Triptych (Part III) 17/23

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Arthur (flashback): How do I do this, Walter? I thought I could raise a kid with her help. But now that she’s gone…

Young Integra (flashback): It’s okay, Walter. I miss Mummy, but I don’t need her.

I don’t need anyone. But, Walter…I’m glad you’re with me.

Triptych (Part III) 15/23

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Fake Integra: All right, let’s get one thing straight.

[ting] [clatter]

You’ve done experiments with paper users. You’ve even gotten some amazing results.

All by experimenting on one girl. Anita King. But it gets you exactly nowhere.

Yomiko: I’m taking that girl into custody now, and there isn’t a thing you can do to stop me. Because when it comes to paper using, I am the Alpha and the motherloving Omega. Do we understand each other?

Triptych (Part III) 13/23

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Major: And now the main event begins. Schrödinger? Go.

Fake Integra: Major Montana Max!

Major: Sir Integral Wingates Hellsing. Are you ready to witness our most glorious victory?

Fake Integra: If I tell you I’m not her, can we skip the self-important speeches?

Major: You have just completely ruined my big moment, you know that?

Triptych (Part III) 12/23

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Major: In the heart of that fortress is a scared child. He longs for death, but he’s afraid to die.

So he becomes a parasite, stealing the life from others, all the while longing for someone to kill him. Well, tonight is his lucky night.

Triptych (Part III) 11/23

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Schrödinger: Do I get to play yet?

Major: Ah, Schrödinger. What must it be like, in that head of yours?

Schrödinger: Probably not much different from him. He’s like me, right? Neither alive, nor dead.

Major: He’s not like you at all.

You see the army all over those screens? That’s him. He’s not like any single being. He’s a living fortress. And you are going to be his Trojan horse. …Trojan cat?

What’s Up, Doc?: Evangelion

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Doc: Hang on, didn’t I just die back there…?

Schrödinger: Don’t worry, this is “What’s Up, Doc?” We can bring you back to answer questions!

Today’s question is from Shadow6116 and Bigkwell, who want to know what you think of Evangelion.

Doc: I’m a fan! So many excellent characters!

On the one hand, you have Asuka, who is of German descent and thus clearly of superior genetic stock. But Rei is a masterpiece of cloning technology, and her compliance to orders makes her an ideal test subject.

And who can forget Ritsuko, one of the chief mad scientists who helps it all run? I wouldn’t mind having her as my research partner!

Integra: I notice you haven’t mentioned any of the male characters.

Doc: Of course not! How many of them look good cosplayed by an attractive young woman?

Integra: More than you’d think.

Triptych (Part III) 8/23

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Better late than never: Shine now has its very own Facebook page! There’s also a page for But I’m A Cat Person. Check them out!

Fake Integra: I’ll just have to fight my way–

Reseda: No. Let me handle this one.

He’s a few steps above a cut-rate vampire, but he’s not any kind of elegant monster, either. He’s a filthy mongrel that someone should have put down long ago.

Captain (sign): You’re not so hot yourself, pussycat.

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