In a stirring development of Plot, the H.M.S. Eagle gets hijacked. Can Hellsing work with the Royal Navy, and the British Library Special Ops without knowing if either can be trusted?

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British National Security Special Guidance Division Headquarters. Penwood: There you are, Sir Integra. [British Royal Navy Vice-Admiral Sir Shelby M. Penwood] Joker: Please, sit down. [British Library Special Operations Commander Joe Carpenter “Joker”] Integra: What’s the situation? Walter: Sir, we know why we’re here. Integra: Yes, but the readers may not.

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The Japanese branch of SOLOMON, STN-J, is the group that employs noted witch hunter Robin. (This whole chapter, of course, is a chapter from Hellsing volume 5, modified from its original version and adapted to fit this strip.) Penwood: Eight hours ago, we lost– Soldiers: Admiral! This is a matter of national security! This should… Continue reading The Eagle Has Landed 3/45

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Penwood: We’ve lost contact with the newly built Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Eagle. This was after it reported approach by a helicopter of unknown origin. We’ve tried to open communications several times, to no avail. It’s as if the ship has been abandoned. Joker: But our latest intelligence indicates a single person on deck…reading… Continue reading The Eagle Has Landed 5/45

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Integra: A book? That’s why you’ve brought Joker here. You think it’s his former subordinate. Yomiko Readman. Penwood: We have satellite photos. See for yourself. And since Hellsing is the only branch left of Her Majesty’s armed forces that can take on a paper user… Integra: That parasol…! You’re right about one thing, Sir Penwood.… Continue reading The Eagle Has Landed 6/45

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Solider: You can’t be serious about this, Admiral. Dangerous vampires lounging on decks with parasols? It’s some kind of mutiny, that’s all! Integra: Even if there are only humans on that ship, they are almost certain to be using weapon designs stolen from Ann Warbucks. Surely you respect that? Soldier: Are you suggesting that our… Continue reading The Eagle Has Landed 7/45

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Soldier: Two SAS squads are approaching by helicopter. They’ll be taking control of the situation shortly. Integra: I pity those troops. They’re only going to get– [WOOP WOOP WOOP] — slaughtered.

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Soldiers: Admiral! Both helicopters have been destroyed! / Was it the Eagle’s on-board weapons? / No, sir! It was– Integra: My money’s on that “magic bullet.” Soldier: — paper! Integra: …That was going to be my second guess.

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Integra: This is obviously the work of vampires. The one with the parasol and the musket, and the one who uses paper– Joker: Ah, ah, ah! “To a man with a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.” Integra: What are you trying to say, Joker? Joker: I’m saying perhaps we should have called on… Continue reading The Eagle Has Landed 10/45