For centuries, vampires have lurked in the shadows of England's streets. The Hellsing Organization, currently led by Integra Hellsing, has spent centuries fighting these monsters and keeping their existence a secret from the world. Alucard is a vampire sworn to serve Integra and follow Hellsing under her rule; Seras is a fledgling vampire subservient to Alucard, learning about vampire ways while struggling with her own lost mortality. Together they keep England safe from blood-drinking monsters, until a new breed of pseudo-vampire, the Freak, begins attacking people for fun and not to feed. Where are these Freaks coming from and what will Hellsing sacrifice to stop them?
Nicol Strach descends on a research lab, sent by a special organization working for the Vatican. On his way to find his target, he runs across a young girl named Kagura, the sole survivor of the vampire attack that claimed the lives of all of the local researchers. Together, they try their best to escape in a blaze of gunfire – but just who is Kagura, and what is Nicol's true mission?
Noblesse and Hellsing, U might wonder what these 2 have in common? There are many things in common actually.
Both series feature badass Vampires that is None other then Rai and Alucard. In Noblesse Rai is master of a badass human, whereas in hellsing Badass Human is master of Alucard.
Both series have ample amount of Action in them, with heavy amounts of blood(More in hellsing). both vampires have woken up from a long slumber and must get rid of enemies that target them or their friends.
both series have organisations as main villian, Nazi and Church in hellsing and Union/Ex Nobles in Noblesse.If u liked one, u would like other as well
Hellsing and Trinity Blood have many similar themes, though are different in their execution: Hellsing leans much more towards the shonen/seinen demographic, while Trinity Blood is arguably more of a shoujo style. Both stories, however, deal with vampires (and the monsters that hunt them), the church (though they are the protagonists in TB, and antagonists in Hellsing), and have casts of characters that parallel each other nicely.
Michiru Kita is a girl with an unusual ability: when she notices dark rings around the necks of two of her classmates - rings that are invisible to any normal person - she knows that their lives are at risk. She decides to approach them, in order to warn them or help them in some way, but soon discovers that there is more to the two boys than even her eyes could see. They are zombies, working for the mysterious company known as Z-Loan in order to pay their debts. And so Michiru finds herself helping the short-tempered Chika and the cold, indifferent Shito in ways that she'd never have imagined - fighting off illegal zombies to collect their bounties! But these illegal zombies, usually very basic and driven by instinct, seem to be getting more intelligent each time...