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Hellsing, Vol. 06 (Hellsing #6)

4.37 of 5 stars 4.37  ·  rating details  ·  2,115 ratings  ·  24 reviews
The war between three armies of vampires, humans, and those in between is in full swing. The Hellsing organization is embattled as London is falling to Nazi vampire forces, turning the city's citizens into rivers of blood and a population of ghouls. It looks like it might be the end of Sir Integral Wingates Hellsing and her henchman, Walter. But what's this? The Vatican? B ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published March 22nd 2005 by Dark Horse Manga (first published November 14th 2003)
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Nick
May 13, 2008 Nick rated it 5 of 5 stars
Shelves: manga

Overall Rating:
Manga - A+
Original anime series - B
New anime series - A+

Summary: Hellsing is a manga series by Kouta Hirano. Hellsing chronicles the efforts of the mysterious and secret Royal Order of Protestant Knights, Hellsing, as it combats vampires, ghouls, and other supernatural foes who threaten the kingdom of England. The main character, Alucard (Dracula cleverly spelled backwards), is used to kill other supernatural creatures, and makes Seras Victoria (a cop he shoots to kill another va
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Kate
Almost to volume 7... This one had some vampire eating a baby and guns that would be impossible to hold aloft according to the laws of physics. Also a new French character - not sure where he came from, but there he was, swearing in French - and an army of what appeared to be Ku Klux Klan members or the Knights Templar, and a smaller army that had helmets shaped like bird beaks.

I think, based on the entirety of this series, that I will be moving it to the adult section - sure, there are many YA
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Leila Anani
And we're back on track with volume 6 - Hurrah!

The opening sequence is bloody war illustrations set to the poetic song lyrics of Devil Stocking by Teruyuki Takahashi

Next Integra is left to fend for herself against Millennium hoards after Walter takes on a general one on one. She is unexpectedly rescued by Anderson and Iscariot section XIII! The Catholics may hate protestant Hellsing but only they have they pleasure of defeating them. Integra's interaction with the Iscariot team here is priceles
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Andrewcharles420
More vampire-nazi bombing and burning of London. Pages and pages of graphic, senseless carnage set to song lyrics that lost any intended gravitas in translation. Hellsing director Integra is targeted, then saved by their rival Vatican group. There's a cut to the continent where the Vatican rejoices in the death of infidel protestants and arms the KKK. Alucard has a page or two cameo, still out at sea. Slow-witted police girl Seras defends the Hellsing base and provides comic relief (also boobs). ...more
Susan
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Jesse Zellmer
Overall, this is a pretty decent manga series. While it may be shallow, rather typical, and pretty repetitive, there's enough well drawn art and over the top violence to keep the reader or an average manga fan such as myself occupied. Hellsing is a fairly original pretty ok thrill ride that grabs you by the hair and pulls you through a battlefield of guns, bullets, flying limbs and squirting blood, while you try to hang on and catch a glimpse of the plot here and there. A good series for manga, ...more
Maciej
It's ok, strange but ok.
Vitor Frazão
Este é um volume sobre guerra, com um body count de meter respeito, onde é dados protagonismo a personagens secundárias da série.
Se nada disto vos interessa, não vale a pena perderem tempo a ler. Se a vossa ideia de vampiros envolve romantismo e pseudo-erotismo desprovido de conteúdo, mantenham-se afastados de "Hellsing".
Jane Blake
Siempre amare aquel corto pero emotivo discurso de Pip. Ya esta mas acerca "ese" momento...

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The Vatican arrives to play nice, assisting Hellsing and Alucard against the undead army that has blitzed London. Classic team-up against the unbeatable foe - anyone else surprised? I didn't think so.
Alicia Manges
This volume was really gory. i thought it was really sad when the Nazi's vampire army was killing and destroying everything in England.
Jacqueline
Seras and Integra are so epic!!! It was a little funny with the catholic knights dressing as the KKK though.
Mᴀʟxᴏx ♥
Ugh I couldn't even finish it! I love Alucard and all bit everything else just makes me want to smack my head against a wall >.>
Heaven
Im still inlove.. i have nothing else to say this book series is perfect. My nerdyness doesnt allow me to think otherwise, haha.
Mariana
I melt so much with these drawings... Hellsing is so damn epic xD It's filled with epicness and that's all it is xD
Edwin Ramos
I saw the episode and the ova before reading this manga, there great but I prefer the episode and ova.
Federiken Masters
A ver... ¿Qué recuerdo de este tomo? Ah, sí: que hay mucha muerte y destrucción. Déjà vu...
Madkropotkin
a little too fast paced. The speed of it makes the story become too convoluted.
Michael
a good book for kids 13 and up
Steph
Sep 08, 2010 Steph rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: manga lovers, vampire lovers
Shelves: manga
Very interesting manga series.
Nickoletta
Got to love Integra...
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Kohta Hirano (平野 耕太 Hirano Kōta) is a Japanese mangaka most famous for his manga Hellsing. Starting his career first as a mangaka's assistant (self-described as "horrible" and "lazy" in said assistant position), and later an H manga artist, he went on to enjoy somewhat limited success with other relatively unknown manga titles such as Angel Dust, Coyote, Gun Mania and Hi-Tension. His first major s ...more
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