Hellsing Characters: Alexander Anderson, Seras Victoria, Integra Hellsing, Walter C. Dornez, Millennium, Alucard, Captain, Iscariot

9781155808741: Hellsing Characters: Alexander Anderson, Seras Victoria, Integra Hellsing, Walter C. Dornez, Millennium, Alucard, Captain, Iscariot

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Seras Victoria, Alexander Anderson, Integra Hellsing, Millennium, Alucard, Walter C. Dornez, Rip van Winkle, Captain, Schrödinger, Iscariot, Pip Bernadotte, Heinkel Wolfe and Yumie Takagi, Tubalcain Alhambra, The Major, Zorin Blitz, Enrico Maxwell, Doctor. Excerpt: Seras Victoria Serasu Vikutoria) is a fictional character from both the Hellsing manga series and anime series by Kouta Hirano. In both the television series and the OVA, her seiy? is Fumiko Orikasa. Seras' English voice actor in both series was K. T. Gray. Seras Victoria is one of the main characters in the manga, anime and OVA Hellsing. But in the anime, she acted as the point of view character for the audience. Seras is a Draculina, a term used to refer to the female members of the Dracula bloodline, since she has been turned into a vampire by Alucard. The term is not historically accurate since no female vampire turned by Dracula was ever referred to by this term in Stoker's book and may have been created specifically for Hellsing, but Seras is called this multiple times over the course of the story. A character similar to Seras was present in a prototype version of Hellsing, The Legends of Vampire Hunter, named Yuri Kate. Seras Victoria is a British character, yet her name sounds as if it were put in Japanese (surname first) order. It is also possible that Seras (serasu) is intended to be "Celes", which would be a correct British spelling, but "Celes" would usually be represented as seresu in Japanese. "Celas" is a real surname, and matches the Japanese spelling, but it is, for some reason, less popular than others. The final variant is "Ceres", which seems to be tied in popularity with "Seras". This is most likely the case, because Ceres was a Roman goddess-Demeter, in the name's Greek form (and the name of the ship Dracula used to arrive to England...

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