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Hellsing (Dub) Episode 1

The first 50-minute installment was released to Region 2 DVD in Japan on February 10, 2006, and as of December 26, 2012, all ten episodes have been released. North America's release of the OVA was quite slow, as its dub was finished in 2014; 2 years after Hellsing: Ultimate had finished in Japanese.

Hellsing (Dub) Episode 1

The ending of each episode uses various pieces of instrumental music composed by Hayato Matsuo and performed by the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, up to the fifth installment. Episodes VI and VII feature vocal closing themes by Japanese rock group Suilen, titled "Magnolia" and "Shinto-Shite", respectively. Episode VIII has "When You Start the War, Fight With Arrows, Spears and Swords!" and "P.S. Lord Amitabha Have Mercy on Me" a song from the original TV series, while episode IX features Japanese singer Maon Kurosaki performing the song "Scars."

The first 50-minute installment was released to Region 2 DVD in Japan on February 10, 2006. OVA VII was released in Japan on December 23, 2009. The DVD included a teaser trailer announcing the eighth episode with a tentative release date of "Sometime in 2010".

The English release of the OVA series is licensed in the United States by Geneon USA. In producing the English dub of the series, Geneon used much of the original cast from the English dub of the anime, which Geneon also licenses. The first episode (OVA I) was released to Region 1 DVD on December 5, 2006, after premiering at the 2006 Anime Expo. In 2008, distribution of the Hellsing: Ultimate series was assumed by Funimation entertainment, although Geneon remains its licensor. Funimation released the fourth episode on September 23, 2008, along with a re-release of the first three episodes, since then; Funimation had released all of Hellsing: Ultimate in DVD and Blu-ray.[14][15]

The first episode was released in Japan on February 10, 2006, and as of December 26, 2012, all ten episodes have been released. The first episode was released in North America on December 5, 2006, and as of December 2012, all ten English subtitled episodes have been released.

Originally, the first two OVAs of the series were broadcasted on Starz Edge's Animidnight programming block in 2008. [16] However, despite saying that episode 3 and 4 was gonna air[17], they were not broadcasted because of the fact that the 4th episodes was not ready with an English-language track yet, and eventually, they never aired anymore episodes since then.[18]

The series began airing on Adult Swim's Toonami block on September 13, 2014, at 3:00 AM. However, due to rights issues; the show was announced to be canceled after just 8 episodes. They had later announced that they finally acquired the rights to the show, deciding to release the last 2 episodes of the series on Toonami on December 6, 2014.[19][20][21]

The series took 6 years to finish due to multiple studios animating it. Over the years, they have changed animation studios on multiple occasions. Hellsing: Ultimate 1-4 were animated by the animation studio Satelight, before Madhouse took over for 5-7. It was then announced that a new company would be animating the final three episodes of the series; Graphinica x Kelmadick, though it is still being produced by Geneon.

2 years without any episodes of Hellsing: Ultimate happened between Volume 7, which was released previously in 2009, and Volume 8, which was released in 2011. In addition, this was probably caused by the change of studio; as studio MADHOUSE was announced to be replaced by Graphinica in 2010.[22]

However, despite most of it being a clear and accurate adaptation of the Dawn; the ending of episode 3 completely diverges and instead, promoted Kohta Hirano's new manga - Drifters instead, leaving fans a little disappointed.

Also, the Hellsing TVA's next-episode preview sequences, where mostly Seras and The Spirit of the Hallconnen are talking; episode 5 and 6's preview adapts some of the Afterword manga; however, more accurately than the OVA - despite it being approximately 30 seconds long, and the end will some times say something like, "Hellsing will have a rain of blood", it still features some scenes that are directly taken from the manga, but colored or redrawn with their own style.

While they really aren't that different, episode 3 of Hellsing: Ultimate was heavily recolored in terms of the color contrasts, glasses, windows, etc. Despite the edit being mostly focused on changing the color palette of the OVA, there are many differences in terms of camera angles, re-edited scenes, re-drawn faces, bodies, etc., along with some VFX works being redone. They had also changed some backgrounds images to make it more consistent, in addition; Alucard greatly suffers from the time constraint; fortunately, the Blu-ray release fixed him in some spots, along with many other characters like Integra.[24]

Hellsing UltimateOriginal Titleヘルシング (Herushingu?)Original Language JapaneseDubbing Studio Central Command StudiosVoice DirectorTaliesin JaffeTranslation & AdaptationCharlie SullivanSteven J. SimmonsMike McFarlandTaliesin JaffePatrick SeitzADR Production New Generation PicturesRecorded2006-20082012-2014Dub Country United StatesOriginal Country JapanEpisodes10Year2006-2012ChronologyPredecessorHellsingHellsing Ultimate (ヘルシング, Herushingu?) is a 10 episode anime OVA based the manga by Kouta Hirano. The OVA series served as a reboot to the Hellsing TV series produced by Gonzo. The first four episodes were animated by Satelight, the fifth, sixth and seventh episodes were animated by Madhouse and the eighth, ninth and tenth episodes were animated by Graphinica. It ran from February 10, 2006 to December 26, 2012, running for over ten episodes.

Hellsing Ultimate AbridgedTeam Four Star seriesReleaseRunNovember 1, 2010 - December 9, 2018Episodes10 (List of episodes)External LinksLinksTeam Four Star websiteYouTube playlistHellsing Ultimate Abridged (abbreviated as HUA) is Team Four Star's second abridged series, a fan-based parody of the Hellsing: Ultimate OVA series, based on the Hellsing manga by Kouta Hirano.

Up until 2014, it was released on Takahata101's Youtube channel as their Halloween Special, usually after October 31 on the first week of November during Youmacon. While Episode Six did not air in Fall 2015, it was announced that two episodes will be released per year. Starting with Episode 6 released on January 2016, followed by Episode 7 on New Year's Eve 2016. In 2017, for the first time on the show's run, an episode of Hellsing Ultimate Abridged aired in October, just in time for Halloween.

In a TFS News, it was revealed that Episode 9 will be the final episode of the series. Episode 9 was splitted into 2 parts however, making HUA, ironically, 10 episodes long. The opening theme for the first four episodes of the series is Party Party Party by Andrew W.K., originally first used on Aqua Teen Hunger Force that was aired on Cartoon Network and developed by Adult Swim. The fifth episode uses War! by Edwin Starr.The sixth, seventh and eighth episodes, however, do not use an opening theme, but instead just show the Hellsing Ultimate Abridged titlecard, although "Party Party Party" makes a return partway through episode 8. 041b061a72


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