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Hellsing, Vol. 09 (Hellsing #9)

4.36 of 5 stars 4.36  ·  rating details  ·  1,313 ratings  ·  17 reviews
After Alucard's triumphant return, the streets of London were flooded with the blood of vampire Nazi soldiers and crazed Catholic warriors. After the dust settled, only the Hellsing order of Protestant knights was left standing. Now it's up to the earthly agents of divine punishment to save the souls of the innocent. However, chaos soon engulfs the streets yet again. Come ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published November 4th 2008 by Dark Horse Manga (first published July 1st 2007)
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Seras helps Hellsing defeat Anderson, a traitor engages Alucard, Seras and Hellsing go to meet the Major.

I'm almost inclined to rate this 3 stars, just because it beat my expectations! (but I do like goodreads' suggestion that 2 stars means 'it was okay' and 3 stars means 'i liked it'... it was okay!). The traitor surprise isn't really very interesting... kind of dues ex machina just because most of the known enemies had already been killed off. [The traitor] really could have done a lot more da
Leila Anani
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Alexander Engel-Hodgkinson
A traitor comees forward and things get REALLY personal. By the end of this volume they're finally entering the Major's zeppelin, and he's more than a little eager to see it end in his own way. The whole battle starts to draw to a close, but it's not finished yet...
Still in the middle of a fight scene. The art in Hellsing is, of course, stunning but this fight for London has been going on for a while now. I've sort of lost track of who's fighting whom and why. I'm going to miss Walter though.

I thought the scene where Integra had already happened. She'd already commanded Alucard to do whatever it took to defeat the Zombie Nazi menace so I was a little confused that it happened again.

Now that all the normal soldiers have been killed, and we're starting to wo
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
CJ - So, you wanna play with magic?
I love Hellsing and while I waited two years for this release (WHAT THE HECK!) it was worth it. Wish it had more Integra and Integra/Alucard but it was still a great story and it definitely serves as a bridge to an awesome finale. Love that Seras is coming into her own and that Pip is giving her Pep talks (pardon the play on words).

Can't wait for the next.
Alicia Manges
this was even more exciting and was suprised! i almost cried because Anderson dies. and seeing Alucard cry made me cry. I can't believe Walter betrays them! that made me so mad and i loved Walter. but i really though Alucard vs. Walter was awesome. It was also cool to see Young Walter and Alucard's girlycard. hehe XD
Oct 28, 2008 Andy rated it 3 of 5 stars
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Though it sometimes veers dangerously close to incoherence, Hellsing's stylized, ridiculous, over-the-top, apocalyptic hyper-violent storyline always entertains me enough to keep me coming back for another volume.
I thought I'd read this one before, but realized quickly after starting to read that I so clearly hadn't! Definitely the strongest volume of the series, in my opinion shadowing the actual final volume.
WHAT... The second to last book 3.. but this one is one of the best books so much action, have no idea how the put it all into one novel.
I enjoy the ending, can't wait for the released of the ova.
Dony Grayman
Edición argentina, penúltimo tomo.
le gasp! Walter u traitor!!
Interesting vampire manga.
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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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