Hellsing Ultimate OVA Blu-ray
About Hellsing Ultimate OVA Blu-ray
Hellsing Ultimate Complete Series contains anime OVAs 1-10 directed by Hiroyuki Tanaka, Tomokazu Tokoro, and Yasuhiro Matsumura.
Protecting England from satanic ghouls, the Hellsing Organization’s deadliest weapon is a rogue vampire named Arucard. Seras Victoria, a former policewoman who accepted Arucard’s gift of dark salvation after she fell in the line of duty, is called for backup. Together, they haunt the shadows as a sinister force of good.
Special Features: Episode I-X Commentaries, Cast and Staff Interviews, Anime Expo 2007 English Cast Panel, Anime Expo 2007 Geneon Booth: Featuring Hellsing Mansion Japanese Ending IV Karaoke of Major’s Speech, Participating in a Legend: Dubbing Hellsing - The 10th year Anniversary Interviews, Hellsing Cast Round Table Discussion, Anime Vegas 2010 Hellsing Panel Fans Questions – Answered Interview Session IX: Episode IX Video Commentary, Interview Session X: Farewell to an Epic, The Dawn: A Supplementary of Hellsing, R.I.P., In Memoriam, Promotional Videos Japanese TV Commercials Textless Songs, U.S. Trailers
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Horror
- Themes: Supernatural
- Age Rating: 17+
- Run Time: 502
- Release Date: 6/4/2019
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
It's just so "Bloody" good ;D
by Oscar -
Hellsing Ultimate is a nice re-imagining of the Original Hellsing. with a fresh new Gothic look, excellent Sub & Dub(recommend Dub BTW), awesome soundtrack (though I do miss the old opening), and more blood than you could ever imagine they'd cram in there. though there are definitely some low points, it's a solid anime for those who enjoy vampires.
oh and it has Alucard
The real Hellsing anime. (Don't think bad of the original, it didn't have a chance)
Not a reimagining of the original series, but a do-over. The first anime started before the manga concluded. This version of Hellsing is, start to finish, Hellsing, mostly mirroring the manga. The original had to come up with their own end-villain because the manga author went on a multi-year break at one point.
In some ways, this "correct" version seems more absurd, but the source material was. Some characters (Father Anderson) get more depth in this version.
Overall a great series, and does a great job of showing off a true bad-ass "hero". Of sorts.