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Witness the blood-soaked roots of a legend in Hellsing, the action-horror series that launched the careers of some of anime’s brightest stars. The vampire Alucard and his servant Seras Victoria protect the British Empire from ghouls and satanic freaks. Together, they haunt the shadows as a sinister force of good – and tonight the streets of England shall flow with the blood of their evil prey.

Customer Reviews


I am not knocking the ultimate Series. but this is the first one i saw of the hellsing series and i like it better. I just got done watching the whole series of the Hellsing ultimate and the two are both great. but it falls to this one that made me love the series so i think its a little better. while this one might be a little less adult then the other one this one takes story over action. ultimate seemd to favor action and little story while this one did a nice bit of both.

Great, but go for Ultimate

If you're new to the Hellsing series, you may be familiar with the fact that there are two variants of this series; Hellsing & Hellsing: Ultimate. If you're trying to decide which one to purchase, I would highly recommend purchasing the ultimate volume(s). Unless you're intentionally trying to purchase the original Hellsing, Hellsing: Ultimate could be seen as the "remastered" version of the two. The animation is more vivid, the soundtrack is more exciting, the fight sequences are more intense and the plot has a better twist in my opinion. The Ultimate season does cost much more money wise, but take my word for it, it'll be your worth every penny. Still, the original Hellsing is great, and a good place to start for people trying to get into the series.

Not as good as Ultimate, but it's still Hellsing.

This show does have the things that I like about the Hellsing franchise: the demented characters, the awesome soundtrack, the over-the-top violence, and Alucard (he's in a category all his own), and as such, I can't bring myself to hate it because it did get me into the franchise. However, having read the original manga and watched the Hellsing: Ultimate OVA's, I start to notice a few nagging problems that cut this show's rewatch value. Firstly, the plot is poorly put together. The first half essentially drags out and softens the story-line of the first two volumes of the manga, and the original plot they came up with for the second half is not terribly interesting and it doesn't make much sense. Secondly, there are some serious issues with the animation quality. Although the first episode has no real problems, from the second episode onwards the animations quality becomes wildly inconsistent, ranging from okay to terrible, particularly when it comes to making Integra look like a woman, not a woman's head attached to a boy's body. Despite all that, it's still Hellsing, and even a bad iteration is world's better than some other schlocky anime titles. So, while I would personally suggest everyone watch the Hellsing: Ultimate series instead, I can at least say that you will probably find this interesting if you are curious. Take that as you will.

Hellsing, The Complete TV Series
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  • SD Version
  • Genre: Animation
  • Released: Nov 13, 2012
  • CCin English

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