In the name of God, impure souls of the living dead shall be banished into eternal damnation. Amen.
A secret war is brewing in the night – a war in which humanity is only a pawn. The mysterious Hellsing Organization deploys in the shadows to protect ordinary mortals from the undead legions who would prey upon them.
Now, artificially spawned ghouls and vampires are appearing, stretching the Hellsing solders to their limits, forcing them to call in their ultimate weapon – the rouge vampire ‘Alucard’.
After he transforms the dying Seras Victoria into a vampire they join forces to combat the undead army as well as her own newfound hunger.
First aired on the 10th of October 2001 in Japan and running until the 16th of January 2002 - Hellsing the animated television series was our first look at the Hellsing Organization’s adaptation from the pages of Kouta Hirano’s chaotic and undeniably action-packed manga.
Hellsing was originally animated by Gonzo Studios and produced by the Hellsing KG where it was released as thirteen 25 minute heart pounding episodes.
Hellsing the television series featured six canonical episodes which almost accurately depicted the original material as was written in its manga counterpart. The first half of the seventh episode began to adapt another chapter of the manga, while the remaining half and the following six episodes featured original characters and story arcs.
Pioneer Animation (now Geneon Entertainment) licensed the series for release in North America and sub-contracted the English vocal dub adaptation to New Generation Pictures, which now allowed for American audiences to enjoy a stunning English vocal cast of the hit series. The first American DVD was released on the 23rd of July 2002 and its production run was completed on the 21st of January 2003 totaling at four volumes. The series was subsequently released at a later date in a collector’s box set.
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