- Mostly jossed: Alucard is Vlad Tepes of Wallachia, better known as Dracula. But hey, he could still have eaten Ms. Sandiego—this is a TFS production, after all.
Face facts, this version of Alucard is alot more difficult to put up with compared to his original counterpart. Walter has been having to live with Alucard for the past fifty years, ever since he was only twelve. With that in mind, it's a wonder he hasn't ended up going through with it sooner.
- IDK, Walter is one of the few people that Alucard (especially he doesn't even try to annoy him) likes and it seems like Walter is too nice a guy for this to be possible.
- Gotta agree - in Episode 2, Alucard even thanks Walter for agreeing that they need their budget. In Ep 4, he talks frankly and honestly to Walter about his... excitement for fighting the Nazi's, and they seem more like long time friends than anything else.
- As do I. I mean, really, while Walter seemed pretty close in the original OVA, he seems to be much more so, and rather sincerely. I'm almost convinced they won't go through with his betrayal and just give another reason for his absence.
- Yup, Walter still goes through with it.
I imagine that the fifth episode may be a call back to Alucards bothering by the book from episode 2, in which he decides to take as slow as possible in order to piss off integra. Or, perhaps he simply decides not to go at first but eventually gets bored and heads out to London anyway.During this time, Walter just...snaps and ends up Defecting to Millenium simply because of a culmination of the past 50 years worth of Alucards behavior combined with his latest attempts have finally driven the butler to breaking point.
- Alternatively, there'll be a flashback where Alucard dared him to, and Walter couldn't help but show Alucard that yes, he really does have the balls to do it. Like, Alucard says "We all know Walter couldn't betray us. He just doesn't have the balls."
- I believe his justification will be that he's sick of watching Alucard be the bane of Integra's existence, so if she needs a vampire to run around killing other vampires, he can fit the bill better.
It wouldn't surprise me at all if Walter's Betrayal had do with Alucard when he was Girlycard) during WWII possibly screwing around with him and his adolescent hormones. However, I just feel like that would be too easy of a joke though. Then again it's Alucard we are talking about.
- Episode 9 just came out, and Alucard claims Walter had feelings for Girlycard, although Walter denies it.
The negative attitude towards the French he did pick up in Britain.
- Or maybe he just looks down on the French for being Cheese-Eating Surrender Monkeys. His dislike for Catholics just has to do with him ostensibly being their enemy.
- I dunno, he's holding onto his past tightly enough that Turks are still his third-favorite thing to kill, so while their present opposition to him is likely a large reason, stuff from his origins may very will still be a significant motivating factor.
- Kinda jossed? In a conversation with God, Alucard reveals why he has such a problem with the Almighty: "ten years of rape" that God refused to stop despite Alucard's prayers. Satan, on the other hand, was more than happy to say "hi". Whether this created Alucard's hatred for the Catholic Church is a matter of perspective, really.
- Word of God says Alucard and Anderson went out on their spare time and actually found one.Anderson: Turns out it was actually Boo Berry.
- Jossed. He's still a cyborg.
- Appears to be confirmed.
- Which would be doubly fitting considering that, thanks to his status as a quantum anomaly, he doesn't technically exist.
- Jossed. Although, Alucard does reference Schrodinger's status as a quantum anomaly, which Integra give the above nickname to Alucard himself.
- Alternatively, one doesn't really need to comprehend Alucard's sexual preference to actually have sex with him.
- Jossed,she does recorder them without the reminder.
- The Captain (internal monologue) : Ooooooh, "Jim Gaffigan"! I get it now! Haha, that was [bursts into flames]
- Jossed: Dandy Man and Rip Van Winkle appear during Alucard's fight with Anderson in Episode 8, but do not get any lines.
- Jossed: It's "And don't you fucking forget it," after successfully getting Zorin to say her real name.
- Additionally, Integra will lament that there's two of them now.
- Confirmed. She picks up Alucard's mannerisms and vocal cadence.
- Iron by Within Temptation
- In The End by Black Veil Brides
- Rules of Nature from Revengeance.
- Jossed. It was Living Dead Girl by Rob Zombie.
- Only if none of them considers having a child and let Hellsing be the sperm donor.
- Partially Jossed. The Major is amused indeed, but he says the phrase alone.
- Alternatively, Dracula will have a similarly rambunctious sense of humor, but in a different tone. While Alucard is a Memetic Troll, Dracula's sense of humor would be a bit classier. Before Lisa's death his barbs will be little worse than good-natured ribbing. After Lisa's death however, his jokes will be just as audacious as his future self but tinged with bitterness and a viciousness that he reserved only for his chat with God.
- Sadly, jossed.
- Jossed. It's still 30 years.