In flashback, Integra is seen assuming leadership of the Hellsing organization as she resolves a conflict with her uncle with the help of the vampire Alucard. In present day, Alucard goes on a mission to the town of Cheddar to silence a vampiric priest who has been killing townspeople, and in the process must also present the young police girl Seras Victoria with the choice to either die or become a vampire. Also, Alucard battles a Vatican priest named Alexander Anderson after they are both sent to kill the same vampire in Northern Ireland.
The Bird of the Hermes is my name, eating my wings to make me tame.
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Volumes One through Four were released in two versions in North America: a single disc edition that included just the OVA itself, or a two-disc edition that came inside a Steelbook with a extra disc with bonus features. See more
When Alexander Anderson enters the museum and starts walking down the hallway, the number of blades he is holding in his left hand changes. It is first seen that he has four, then one, then three. See more
So this dude's friend, I mean like he's a real doctor, but like he does the cosmetic shit on the side, right? So then that same crazy fuck with the horn comes back but now he wants a Plexiglas plate for his skull. And the doctor fucking does it! He makes a window. You could see the fucker's brain and shit! The guy's got a big monster horn and his head meat on display. The guy's a freak! I mean what the fuck?
And you wouldn't believe what he did next man! It's too fucked up! ...
On January 22nd, 2006, the first volume of the OVA series aired on Japanese satellite television in a 30-minute preview cut, under the title "Hellsing: Digest for Freaks." See more
Remade as Hellsing