Seras: Happy Father’s Day, Dad. I know I’m immortal, so I may never see you again, or at least not for a long time…but I’m trying to do what you would’ve wanted me to do. I may not be human any more, but I’m trying to protect people like you did…the way I wanted to… Continue reading Father’s Day 2005
Meanwhile, in Heaven… Dad Victoria: I love you. Mom Victoria: I love you too. Dad: Well, I love you more. Mom: No, I love you more. Dad: No, I love you more! Mom: No, I…. Fargason: Are all couples in Heaven like them? Arthur Hellsing: Pretty much, yes. Mom Hellsing: No, I love you more!
Heaven. There’s no way to describe it: no way to convey the sense of perfect bliss. But I’ll try. There are no misunderstandings; there are no fights. Everything is understood, everything forgiven. It’s perfectly free, and perfectly secure; perfectly relaxing, and perfectly energizing; perfectly beautiful, and perfectly nice. And this sort of perfect peace is… Continue reading Fangirls Are Hell 38/60
Mom Victoria: It’s Helena… Dad Victoria: That vampire who helped our daughter? Mom: Yes. She’s in trouble. We’ve got to help her somehow… Lisa: Something’s wrong? That won’t do. Mom: Are you…? Lisa: I’m Lisa, your friendly local guardian angel. What seems to be the problem? Mom: There’s a girl. Spirit. Formerly a vampire. She’s… Continue reading Fangirls Are Hell 39/60
Seras: Wait, you’re in charge of the entertainment for Sir Integra’s party? Pip: Yeah. Seras: And not Walter? How did that happen? Pip: I sort of owed him a favor. Seras: How come? Did he do something for you, or did you just put bleach in the laundry? Pip: …Don’t ask.
Seras’ story, and the scan in the first panel, is from volume 7, chapter 4. Shine first referred to these nightmares all the way back in ’05. (This arc has been waiting in the wings for a long time.) Seras (narrating): It was my father they were after. He was a cop. You make enemies.… Continue reading What Dreams May Come 9/27
Seras: THEY SHOT MY DADDY THEY GOT MY MUMMY TOO MUMMY SAID TO HIDE IN HERE SHE SAID SHE’S ON THE GROUND THERE’S BLOOD SO MUCH BLOOD BUT SHE’S STILL MOVING THERE’S ONE OF THEM ON TOP OF HER PUSHING HER UP AND DOWN AND UP AND DOWN Pip: …oh, bleep.