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Hellsing Ultimate, Vol. 2


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An unusual new breed of vampires terrorizes England while increasing at an alarming rate, making it impossible to conceal their presence from the public for much longer. Furthermore, the attacks seem organized, which makes the situation even more ominous. While Sir Integra reports her findings to the members of the Round Table, the Hellsing mansion gets blitzed by an army of indestructible ghouls led by the Valentine brothers, a vicious and hedonistic duo who claim to have all the vampiric powers of Arucard and beyond. Indeed, the night has only just begun...

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As the OVA sequel to Hellsing continues, the Valentine Brothers, Jan and Luke, lead a ghoul-army in a no-holds-barred assault on Sir Integra Hellsing's stronghold. Arucard, Seras and Walter the Butler defeat the invaders amid buckets of blood. Who or what ordered the assault remains a mystery, but the trail may lead back to the Third Reich. The three-part Ultimate OVA offers even less plot and more violence than the original program: the filmmakers seem intent on setting a record for gore in an anime series. Characters are dismembered, bodies torn apart, eyes gouged, and corpses devoured. It all adds up to a nonstop slaughter-athon that would make the cast of Wicked City blanche. (Rated 16 and older, but more appropriate for 18 and older: graphic violence, violence against women, sadism, grotesque imagery, tobacco use, cannibalism, profanity) --Charles Solomon

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  • Actors: Hellsing Ultimate
  • Directors: Tomokazu Tokoro
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Geneon [Pioneer]
  • DVD Release Date: June 12, 2007
  • Run Time: 46 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000O58ZHG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,811 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

A must-have for fans of the manga and the original series!
Stormraven24
I was a bit wary, since I normally have a terrible time with buying things online (just my luck I suppose!), but everything went perfectly.
meetredmeat
I would recommend purchasing the DVD set limited edition if you are a diehard fan like myself.
S. Baker

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By trashcanman VINE VOICE on March 19, 2007
Format: DVD
After all the waiting, "Hellsing Ultimate" is finally here. Sure, it's just a retread of the events of the original anime series so far, but it's a retread that surpasses the original in so many ways. This is the second volume and it starts with a peek into that king-of-vampire-cool Alucard's nightmares. What is it that makes the lord of the undead wake up in a cold sweat in the middle of the day? The moment of his defeat, of course; when he was bound in servitude to the Hellsing family so long ago. Policewoman-turned-vampire Ceres Victoria is still adjusting to her undead status and has a humorous exchange with Hellsing's servant, Walter, over her reluctance to sleep in a coffin. Hellsing's heiress, Integra, is presiding over a Round Table Conference to discuss the source of the recent increase in unusual vampire activity, and that is where we find our heroes at the start of this episode. After these tiny, but juicy bits of character development it's wall-to-wall action for a good thirty minutes. After busting through Hellsing's front gate with a bus full of ghouls, two vampires wage an all-out assault on the organization in an attempt to crush it once and for all while the leaders are convened in the conference. The younger brother, the profane and buffoonish Yan, leads an army of heavily armed ghouls upstairs, devouring the security force as they go. The site of Yan sitting on a pile of corpses absently using a dismembered hand to scratch his own crotch is almost as amusing as his penchant for speaking to Hellsing's surveillance cameras -with his middle finger extended for posterity, of course- while he spouts obscene threats and toys with a soldier's decapitated head. Charming guy, that Yan.Read more ›
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Rhonda Sue Mitchell on May 14, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is the second LE edition of the hellsing OVA.Although the last one was off the entire volume 1 manga this one doesn't quiet copy the entire second volume of the manga(Although they make up for it in the third episode wich extends to the beging of the fourth manga.This episode last 46 minutes (43 not counting credits) and revolves around the attack on the integra's mansion by luke and jan.Packed fool of action and extra scenes not inculded in the manga this is even more bloodier than the first,but it feels like their could have been more added especially at the end wich leaves you wanting more.To anyone who loves hellsing or just those that like blood, action, and vampires this is a great buy and the limited edition version should be the choice you pick.Enjoy the bloodfiest of HELLSING.

MAIN FEATURE DISC

- 16x9 Anamophic Widescreen

- 5.1 DTS English Audio

- 5.1 Dolby Digital English Audio

- 5.1 Dolby Digital Japanese Audio

- English Subtitles

- Audio Commentary

EXTRA DISC

- Staff Interview Featuring A Round-Table Discussion With ADR Director Taliesin Jaffe And Voice Actors Patrick Seitz (Luke Valentine) and Josh Phillips (Jan Valentine)

- Trailers

- and many more features!

LIMITED EDITION COMES WITH:

- SteelBook (TM) case

- Extra Feature Disc

- A 200-Page Production Art Collection Book With Exclusive, Never-Before-Released Artwork
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By AMP on October 21, 2008
Format: DVD
The Good Things
*Excellent video/sound quality.
*This version of "Hellsing" has excellent imagery and graphics. It includes a lot of computer-generated-imagery, but none of it looks too hoaky or out-of-place. It is definately high quality animation.
*Excellent amount of bloody action. Contains even more violence and action than volume 1. Still has some comedy to it. Also starts to introduce the presence of the Millennium group.
*Storyline is great. It is very very close to the original manga.
*Characters are splendid. All of the main characters are still great, and Alucard shows more impressive powers than before. The butler Walter is cool and has some background to him. The Valentine Brothers are flipping awesome.
*Some good lines throughout.
*Funky music (although I think the music in the old "Hellsing" show was better).

The Bad Things
*Not for the squeamish; contains lots of bloody violence and swearing (rated TV-MA).
*A lot of stuff is packed into a single hour. As fast and condensed as everything is, it may be seen as overly compressed with not enough exposition.

The Other Things
*If you buy the single-disc version, you get little or no special features. The two-disc steelbook edition (although more expensive) includes a small wealth of interviews and textless credit scenes.

This second volume continues with the excellent, intense, and fast-paced story of volume 1. It even manages to be even more exciting. If you have seen volume 1 and enjoyed it, volume 2 is a must-have.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By 666 on May 21, 2007
Format: DVD
This is how Hellsing was meant to be! The original series were good, but in my opinion, subpar compared to its manga. The art wasn't all that inspiring (considering how amazingly drawn the manga was), and I thought the action was a bit on the slow side. But now... be amazed, because these OVA breaths new life (no pun intended) into the series.

First and foremost, the art follows the original work by Mr. Kouta Hirano. Never seen the manga you said? Well, it's very good! It's like Joe Mad (don't tell me you don't know who that is) on acid. And far as the action and the pace is concerned, it's much more dramatic and whole lot quicker; since it's fitting in about 3 episodes worth of material in this 45 minutes program. Fear not however, it's done in a fashion that's quite smooth, nothing felt rushed.

So, if you like vampires, violence, gore, blood, evil laughs, a bit of comedy, and English accents (Although Alucard speaks American), then you should give these OVAs a try.
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