Yumie is MIA; Heinkel and Alex are having crises of faith; and Timothy may or may not be suffering dangerous side effects from that time he got possessed. But Iscariot’s best and brightest are on their way to London, to meet another blonde vampire and a remarkable facscimile of Integra.

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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… Continue reading A Long Flight to the Fight 21/30

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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.

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Heinkel: Three dozen vampires–? Anderson: Aha! Finally, a real fight! … [whoosh] Anderson: Let’s not tell Father Maxwell about this one. Heinkel: Fine by me.

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Fake Integra: Did you just fool them with the oldest trick in the book? Reseda: Not exactly. There really were a bunch of undead coming after me. I think they mistook me for Seras Victoria. Weird, huh? I don’t even look like her. Fake Integra: Indeed. Reseda: You, on the other hand…you’re a dead ringer… Continue reading A Long Flight to the Fight 24/30

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Reseda refers to her actions way back in the Cats Are People Too storyline. Fake Integra: Who are you to question my identity? Reseda: Just your average, ordinary chordewa… …who once had her nose inches away from the real Sir Hellsing’s jugular. And you don’t smell like her. Fake Integra: So you’re a self-proclaimed enemy… Continue reading A Long Flight to the Fight 25/30

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Reseda: That’s how I ended up here, too. I had to know what was going on. Maybe curiosity killed the cat…but I’m already dead, so why not? Ripples of something big have been spreading through the dark corners of the world for some time now. It’s all coming together here. And I thought I understood… Continue reading A Long Flight to the Fight 26/30

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Fake Integra: All right, I’ll tell you some of it. I’m here to do one very specific job. And I can’t be seen as myself. I figured it would help the real Integra if she had a decoy running around. But I’m nobody you’ve heard of. Vampires aren’t exactly my field. Now, I need to… Continue reading A Long Flight to the Fight 27/30

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Back on the street, this round of Nazis has caught up with the Iscariots: [SLAP SLAP] Anderson doesn’t get depicted fish-slapping. He’s too cool for that. Which comes in handy…when Timothy gets disarmed. Timothy (thinking): Need a weapon — ah! (Disfinned?)

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Timothy (thinking): Not that I’ve ever been trained for these — — but maybe the prince will show up, or — Anthy did say I was a prince myself, so — — so maybe the power has been inside me all along–!