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Hellsing - Vol. 2 - Episodes 4-6 [2002] [DVD]

Jji Nakata , Yoshiko Sakakibara , Umanosuke Iida , Yasunori Urata    Suitable for 15 years and over   DVD
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  • Actors: Jji Nakata, Yoshiko Sakakibara, Fumiko Orikasa, Steven Brand, Ralph Lister
  • Directors: Umanosuke Iida, Yasunori Urata
  • Writers: Kohta Hirano
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Ad Vision
  • DVD Release Date: 22 Sep 2003
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000AOWMP
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 121,010 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

Episodes 4 to 6 of this Manga series. The worst enemy of the night is one of its own... and Arucard and the Hellsing Organization face a two-fold challenge: a traitor within starts leaking classified information about the Organization; a TV journalist is about to expose Hellsing's secret mission; and the ruthless Valentine Brothers lead their undead army on a deadly raid against the Hellsing headquarters.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars blood-suckingly good 28 Sep 2003
The Hellsing organisation is dedicated to sending all forms of unhunman life straight to hell. The leader of this secret english organisation is Integra Hellsing, who has a history with the 'pet' vampire Alucard, that has not been revealed as of yet.
In volume 2 the organisation faces an attack on their headquaters, a violation that Integra will not withstand. The attack comes from two 'vampires' known as the 'valentine brothers'. Alucard gets a kick from knowing he will get a challenge from these vampires, something he hasn't had in a while. With Alucards thrill of the fight and Integra's determination to not let her organisation be over-run this volume is far superior to the first. The plot certainly thickens, the characters start to show their potential and it has more action and bloodshed than a back-to-back showing of the Die Hard movies. A must for ANY thrill seaker, especially those who like manga.
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5.0 out of 5 stars vampire anime at it's best 11 Jun 2006
i am a newbie to anime, and hellsing is one of the first anime series i have under my belt. This series is without a doubt my favourite. This dvd betters the first one which means that this must be nothin short of a great dvd and well worth the purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great vampiric fun 24 July 2004
Better than the first volume. This means that it is 'very' good. Good plot, good action, good characters (especially Jan), and not too horrendously complicated, unlike some animes I have seen. A must buy for any fan of action oriented anime.
Ja ne.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Blood and Bullets 23 Sep 2002
By Marc Ruby™ - Published on
This is the second of three DVD's of the 'Hellsing' anime series. Humanity is being hunted by an ever-increasing horde of synthetic vampires and ghouls who are each controlled by a 'freak chip' implanted in their brains. To fight these creatures the Hellsing organization has joined forces with Arucard, a true vampire of immense powers. Arucard despises these 'new' vampires as poor imitations of reality, and, half mad himself, is willing to work with his enemies to destroy his imitators.
Seras Victoria, made a vampire in the first series when Arucard mortally wounds her while killing a vampire priest, still struggles with her change. But, in the three episodes on this DVD, she has begun to come to terms with what she has become. As the chaos and struggle mounts, she begins to show the sparks of a much stronger personality than she has in previous episodes. Certainly, her tale is the story arc that makes 'Hellsing' more than a series of episodes.
In the first episode, 'Innocent as a Human,' Arucard and Victoria confront a new kind of pornographer, the purveyors of 'snuff cams' that make use of vampires and ghouls, and who market their product via the internet. Following this, 'Brotherhood' and 'Dead Zone', introduce us to Jan and Luke Valentine, two vampires nearly as powerful as Arucard himself. Together with their troops, they mount an attack on the Hellsing headquarters that puts Sir Integra Hellsing's band of vampire killing knights in danger of extinction.
As the previous DVD has already demonstrated, 'Hellsing' has exceptional production values for what it is. The characters are strong and stylish, the artwork and music well above standard, and the underlying story is dark and thoughtful. With only one more DVD in this series, there is still much to resolve, especially the story behind Arucard and his childe Seras Victoria. Be warned that you should turn on the English subtitles. These often vary considerably from the fairly simpleminded overdubbing. But my real regret is that little in the way of collateral material is provided on the DVD's. I would very much like to have an interview with Kouta Hirano, who developed the manga comic from which the story is drawn.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Alucard's True Power 4 Nov 2002
By "madnessmark" - Published on
While the first volume setup the basic premise of the show, this second volume really pushes the story further. Most of the stuff I was hoping that would be revealed in last volume are already revealed on this one.
Order 04 (B): The Hellsing organization tracks down a person who distributes video of people being killed. The latest video featured on of the members from the Hellsing organization.
Order 05 (B+): Jon and Luke Valentine attempt to infiltrate the Hellsing organization.
Order 06 (A): Jon fights Victoria and Walter while Luke takes on Alucard. Also, Alucard's ture power is revealed.
My favorite episode on this disc has to be the last one. If you thought Alucard was insane and violent already, just wait until you see him release Control Art Restriction Rating to level 1! Also, bothe Alucard and Victoria get new weapons. Alucard gets a "Jackal" which is a little bit bigger than his last gun. Victoria gets a huge gun thats as long as Walter that can easily pierce through armor three times. As I mentioned in my review of Volume 1, the F word comes into play a lot, especially in this volume. It seems like Jon can't even finish a sentence without saying it. Atleast the Valentine brothers didn't get an English accent.
The packaging on this volume includes a special Hellsing crest badge. The extras includes interviews with the series staff, production sketches, textless closing and an image gallery of the Victoria figurine.
Overall, this volume rates higher than the last one and still retains the devilish attitude of the first volume.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Night Sky is Painted with Blood... (4.5 Stars) 21 Jan 2004
By Michael Crane - Published on
Welcome to the Hellsing Organization; an army dedicated to keep the country safe from the undead. The group fights against vampires and ghouls of all sorts in the dark of night. Their ultimate weapon is a hunter that is a vampire himself, Arucard; an unstoppable figure that can face just about any sort of evil that the darkness has to offer him. Vampires and ghouls are not safe with this elite team of hunters and soldiers lurking about.
In this second volume in the series, "Hellsing: Blood Brothers," more evidence and clues point to man-made vampires being created by an unknown source. This means very bad news to the Hellsing Organization. To make matters worse, a TV journalist is determined to make things a lot more difficult for them by trying to expose them on camera to show them to the world. Seras is still having a hard time dealing with the fact that she's a vampire, but is slowly adapting. However, the real bad news is the violent and crazy Valentine Brothers who decide to take out the Hellsing crew once and for all by means of infiltrating their headquarters. No worries, though; Arucard knows how to deal with these unreasonable foes in his own way. All of this leads to yet another exciting chapter in the "Hellsing" series.
Very much like the first DVD, this second volume is action-packed and never lacking in style. It is here where we get to see Arucard's true powers come to light when he fights one of the Valentine Brothers. These three episodes do a great job of maintaining tone and structure. While the first DVD was a nice introduction to the series, it's this second volume where we really get to see what this group of soldiers are made of when they're facing true evil.
I know it goes without saying, but I still must point out that this is not an animated series for young children. These episodes contain graphic violence, blood and gore, strong language, mature situations, and dark and disturbing themes and imagery. As with the first volume, this DVD only contains three episodes with the entire feature running a little over an hour long. Extras on the DVD include a creditless ending, a staff interview, an art gallery, action figure info and more.
All in all, "Hellsing: Blood Brothers" is another exciting chapter for the "Hellsing" series that keeps the action and intensity rolling. It is clear that the battle against ghouls and vampires continues on with these three episodes. What's next for the Hellsing Organization? Only time will tell with the next chapter.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Looking for Bloody-Good Vampire Anime? Check out Hellsing. 24 April 2003
By John Nolley II - Published on
The Japanese seem to find the western version of the Vampire myth quite appealing, and the expression of that fascination reaching a peak with the anime series Hellsing.
The second DVD in the series picks up right where the first volume left off. The Hellsing Organization, a powerful private enterprise headquartered in Great Britain and dedicated to defending "God, Queen, and Country" from the ravages of vampires, has come under increasing fire, first from the media as a reckless investigative journalist delves into their existence and operations and then from a couple of crazy vampire brothers who attack Hellsing's very headquarters!
The vampire Alucard only grows more impressive as he combats the elder of the two Valentine brothers, employing powers that devour Luke's legs as he taunts the vampire and demands a good, challenging fight that the freak cannot provide. His companion and creation Seras Victoria must deal with the issues of being a new member of the creatures of the night, and Integra Hellsing must defend her organization at a meeting of the Knights of the Round Table, a secret society apparently involved in running Britain.
The animation itself is done really well in terms of visual quality, with a blend of CG and hand-drawn cel work; however, it is somewhat more static in nature than much contemporary anime, comparable to that done for the Record of Lodoss War series.
The audio, though presented only in stereo sound, features a soundtrack you'll want to hunt down like a freak after fresh blood. Surprisingly, the english dubbing is quite good, featuring British-accented voice actors far superior to the average anime dub.
Hellsing is an excellent addition to any anime fan's library and a must-watch for vampire lovers everywhere.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly Good 19 Mar 2003
By H. A Huffman - Published on
I was amazed by how interesting this series has become. The characters and the storyline are very interesting and the action scenes are pretty cool. The music score is also very well done and the dubbed voices compliment the film nicely. The whole series is worth your time and money.
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