All the fangirls and fanboys in the final panel are friends of mine. – And now for something completely different… – Today’s karaoke will be a rather unusual one. – We’re singing the real lyrics, not a parody. – Unfortunately, we have no idea who wrote this song, so we can’t give them credit… –… Continue reading Fangirl Karaoke: Happy Birthday
Fangirls at Thanksgiving… Erin: And I’m thankful for Sir Integra Wingates Hellsing! Mom: She’s not real. [This is my mom. She’s very much a literalist.] Erin: Well then, can I be thankful for Kouta Hirano? He’s real. Mom: I guess so. Why? Erin: Because he created Sir Integra Wingates Hellsing! Mom: I give up.
Integra: You know, the famous ball may be about to drop in New York City, signaling the official arrival of the New Year, but they’re on Eastern Time, we’re on Greenwich Mean Time, the year started six hours ago here, and it’s time to get back to work.
Cameo: a Wocket. We interrupt this storyline to bring you… Integra (thinking): …? Integra: Walter, could you come up here for a moment? Walter: You called, sir? Integra: Tell me, is there any particular reason to be commemorating Dr. Seuss today? Walter: Dr. Seuss, the famous, whimsical, rhyming genius who is probably the best-selling children’s… Continue reading Seussentennial Bonus
Jan: I’d like to take a moment to address all Hellsing fans. As you have probably sorted out by now, I swear. A lot. And it’s come to my attention that this upsets some of you. Frankly… …I had no idea that it was so objectionable! And I certainly had no intention of offending anyone!… Continue reading April 1, 2004
According to Catholic doctrine, if you weren’t a member of the Catholic Church, you went to hell. Oh, and the Pope can kick you out of the Catholic Church. (It’s called excommunication.) Even if you’re the king. Since everyone in Europe was Catholic, and none of them wanted to be ruled by a king who… Continue reading A Brief History of Christianity (from Adam to Zwingli) Part 2
Erin: Three hundred sixty-six days. Three hundred twenty-four comics. I’ve lost track of the number of sketchbooks… Walter: Nine hundred thirty-nine cups of tea. Integra: Two hundred sixty-one cigars. Walter: That figure sounds low. Integra: Well, I quit for that month, and was on an island without cigars for one storyline. Seras: Three pints of… Continue reading First Anniversary
The flagship comic. Loving Integra since June 2003. Originally on ComicGenesis. Now on its own site! The dynamic, tagged, and searchable kind. Start from the beginning.