Costume party at Iscariot! That’s Yumie with Anderson. She’s the alternate personality of Yumiko (one of the commenting kao; the other is supposed to be Heinkel, not Seras). Anderson: Did Yumiko have any objection to the costume? Yumie: She would if she knew about it. Yumiko: She’s so awful! Do something, Heinkel! Heinkel: Against your… Continue reading Halloween Special 2003: Anderson & Yumie
Fancomic #3 also courtesy of Lucy.
The Catholics, from right to left: Yumiko; the nameless priest from Cross Fire #1; Heinkel; Father Renaldo; Alexander Anderson; Enrico Maxwell; and a nameless member of the John sector (section III, just as Iscariot is XIII). On the seventh day of Christmas my vampire gave to me Seven Catholics preaching Six silver bullets Five pints… Continue reading Fangirl Karaoke: 13 Days of Hellsing Karaoke, Part II
Kohta Hirano said in a side note in Order 05 of the manga, “It’s beginning to seem like everybody wears glasses. What to do?” On the twelfth day of Christmas my vampire gave to me Twelve pairs of glasses Eleven yellow roses, ten hellhounds barking Nine manga volumes, eight ghouls a-moaning Sven Catholics preaching, six… Continue reading Fangirl Karaoke: 13 Days of Hellsing Christmas, Part IV
Walter: This is what I was about to tell you, Integra… The cell phone’s location was right outside our door! Anderson & Enrico & Heinkel & Yumiko & Renaldo: Joy to the world, the Lord is come! / Let Earth receive her king! / Let every heart / Prepare him room / And heaven and… Continue reading Christmas Special 17/22
Enrico: We’re going around to a bunch of Catholic orphanages and boarding schools and such in England, so we thought we’d stop off here first. And we wondered if you’d like to come with us! Oh, and Alex promises… Ahem. Alex: Oh, right! Um. I promise not to attack or harm any Hellsing members, monsters… Continue reading Christmas Special 18/22
I don’t care if you don’t celebrate. Have a merry day anyway. Crowd: We wish you a merry Christmas, we wish you a merry Christmas, we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year! Good tidings we bring to you and your kin! Good tidings for Christmas and a happy New Year!
Alex is much older than Enrico. In fact, he’s close to Walter’s age. Enrico, therefore, is not a reliable narrator. Enrico: There was a small playground outside the church where the meeting was to take place. My mother told me to play nicely there while the adults talked; hopefully there’d be other kids to play… Continue reading Nothing Ever Changes 3/22
Integra: I’m a Protestant! Enrico: Then you can’t play here. This is a Catholics-only sandbox. Anderson: Yeah! Enrico (narrating): Naturally, she left. Integra: Fine. Be that way. See if I care!
Renaldo: Is that it, sir? Enrico: No, but — Anderson: Is he telling the story about meeting Integra? Enrico: Yes, I am. Anderson: Can I listen in? Enrico: I don’t see why not. Pull up a chair. Renaldo: Wait, weren’t you there when he met Integra? Anderson: Yes, but the story changes every time he… Continue reading Nothing Ever Changes 6/22