Monday, February 1, 2016

Hellsing volume 7


Today's post is on Hellsing volume 7 by Kohta Hirano. It is186 pages long and is published by Dark Horse. As it is the seventh in the series you need to have read the first six to understand the story. The cover has Seras and CaptainVernedead on it. There is language, no sex, and lots of violence in this volume. The story is told from third person god perspective. There Be Spoilers Ahead.

From the back of the book- London is battered by a hurricane of death and destruction as vampire Nazis, Protestant knights, and Vatican warriors battle in what may result in a world-wide apocalypse. The Hellsing Organization's Wild Geese mercenaries are literally being eaten alive, and it might just take half-vampire Seras Victoria to embrace her unholy destiny to provide humanity a shred of hope. But with the Catholic Iscariot Army on the march and Alucard, the vampire lord himself, sure to enter the fray, this cauldron of blood is about to boil over!

Review- Character development for Seras in this volume. Seras finally chooses what she is going to be and that is a vampire. Again more deaths but that is sort-of the idea around a manga like this one. We some back story on Alucard, like how he ended up in England and it is  directly from Dracula so that was nice. Father Anderson has turned on the leader of the Iscariot division because he is crazy and evil. And London has been destroyed. So much going on here. I am very curious about how Hirano is going to end this series. Only three volumes left.

I give this volume a Five out of Five stars. I get nothing for my review and I bought this manga with my own money.