The 13 Best Anime Like Hellsing
If you haven’t yet watched the anime Hellsing, you absolutely should; it’s a classic and one of the best vampire-themed series out there. Named after the organization in the show, Hellsing is about an organization that takes down supernatural threats. Sir Integra Fairbrook Wingates Hellsing has recently taken over her father’s organization after his death and is a force to be reckoned with. As more and more unusual events begin to plague the world, Sir Integra finds the hidden remnants of a Nazi group called Millennium. Their goal is to bring back Nazi Germany by creating an army of vampires. But not all is as it appears, leaving Hellsing to try and destroy the vampire lord Alucard.
This show is a great classic filled with a lot of twists and turns; it certainly isn’t for those who can’t handle blood and violence. If you’ve just finished watching Hellsing, there’s probably a huge hole in your heart. We’ve got you covered with 13 series that are a perfect follow up!
- 1143 VOTES
When Toyohisa Shimazu is wounded in the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, he finds himself transported to a white hallway filled with countless doors. Pulled through one of them, he's brought to a world completely different than where he was. In this new, fantastical land, Toyohisa finds that there are countless other famous warriors thought to be dead there as well. Together, they are the "Drifters" who are brought here to fight against the "Ends". Drifters is an anime that's exceptionally unique in its storyline, much like Hellsing, and also includes plenty of bloody action for those needing a little spice in their watch list.
- 289 VOTES
Dante is half-demon and half-human; his unique position makes him the perfect person to become a demon hunter. Running his business, known as "Devil May Cry", Dante takes on different jobs to defeat demons. Using his sword Rebellion and his two guns Ebony and Ivory, he's able to take down these evil creatures easily. The cool thing about this anime series is that there's also a video game it was based on! If you've not played it yet and love the anime, you should most certainly check it out.
- 361 VOTESPhoto: Trinity Blood / Gonzo
Abel Nightroad is a priest sent by the Vatican in order to protect humans from vampires. The two species have been locked in a brutal war and Abel is in somewhat of a unique standing to help change the tides. As a crusnik, he's a vampire that drinks the blood of other vampires. He's a member of the organization "Ax" which is determined to stop the vampires from causing more trouble. But on their opposing side, Abel's twin brother, Cain, is running his organization in hopes of ruling the world. This is a great vampire anime and it also has the same kind of twist that Hellsing did with a vampire playing on the human's side. With plenty of interesting strategies being played out on this battlefield, watch to see who will win!
- 4120 VOTES
Despite seeming to live a life of luxury, Ciel Phantomhive has gone through hell and returned to tell the tale. Upon his return to his estate, he travels with a strange man named Sebastian who seems to have inhuman capabilities. Known as "the Queen's Guard Dog", Ciel and his butler will do whatever it takes to solve various crimes around Victorian England. The dark, gothic setting and excellent story building make this anime an excellent followup if you've already watched Hellsing. If you're looking for twisted tales and demonic-filled storylines, look no further.
- 556 VOTESPhoto: Crunchyroll / Crunchyroll
Cadis Etrama di Raizel is not exactly human. After waking up from a short nap of 820 years, he decides it's time to start life as a high school student. Despite his odd nature, he seems to be experiencing his new reality relatively well. When strange creatures, known as "Unions", begin to attack, it's up to Raizel and his minion, Frankenstein, to save his new human friends. With the supernatural and, specifically, monsters being one of the biggest themes in this anime, you can see exactly why you'd watch it right after Hellsing.
- 658 VOTES
Rokurou Okajima was your average businessman until he was captured by the mercenary group, Black Lagoon. Originally, he was to be used as a bargaining chip and hostage, but the plan failed when his employers abandoned him. Now he's a part of the team and adapting to his new, and very dangerous, life. Much like Hellsing, Black Lagoon has a lot of action and a ton of messed up drama that will keep your eyes glued to the screen. If you enjoy this kind of action-packed genre, it'll certainly be worth the watch.