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"Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2009 2:47 am
by Xuanwu
http://sailorhellsing.comicgenesis.com/

While Erin doesn't want to do a Hellsing/SM crossover, she's not averse to doing a Hellsing/SM mash-up. Prepare for CRACK.

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2009 4:38 am
by Atticusblackwolf
looking forward to it<3

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2009 10:06 pm
by Chaos Priest
Yes, yes, yes, a million times yes!

Man, I really wanna know the stories for Sailor Regenerator and Sailor Human. Is it a complete TG treatment, a case of guys turning into girls to fight evil, girls who cross dress while in their civilian form, or guys who just look fetching in miniskirts? Whatever it is, I am sure there are many lols to follow with all the potential there, like say... Sailor Regenerator being a boy crazy defender of love and justice.

I wonder, how many fans here would be willing to be punished by Sailor Hellsing :wink:

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2009 2:19 pm
by Xuanwu
http://sailorhellsing.comicgenesis.com/d/20090201.html

I wonder if this picture is based on the Shine idea I pitched to Erin about a Hellsing/SM crossover where Integra would duel Uranus for possession of the Space Sword (the reason being it was Excalibur).

Re: "Ai to segi no seera fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2009 9:29 pm
by SailorPtah
Oh, good, I was hoping someone would make a forum topic for this :D

The entire story was drawn back in 2003-2004. While some of it (er, the first ten pages) has been redrawn, all the ideas have been around a long time.

Alexandra Anderson and Philippa Bernadette have simply been sex-swapped, i.e. were female from birth. More fun are the details of the backstories - they all had to be adapted to fit the lives of junior high school students. Not to mention . . . well, you'll see~

(Current status: The first two volumes - that is, Acts 1-10 - have been scanned. Am currently cleaning up the artwork from Act 5, which takes us through the end of April. Should really be getting to next week's Shine strips, but what can I say - this goes so fast, it's addictive!)

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2009 10:27 pm
by Xuanwu
Is it a limited series or do you plan to extend it so we get to see Sailor Rippy in action? And I wonder who you'd cast as Seiya.

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2009 10:44 pm
by SailorPtah
Only Season 1 is finished. I did start sketching Season 2, but I doubt I'll have the time/energy to draw the whole thing out now, much less any of the seasons that follow.

I'll probably do poster-type art for those stories, just for the sake of getting all the characters in.

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 8:31 pm
by Xuanwu
SailorPtah wrote:Only Season 1 is finished. I did start sketching Season 2, but I doubt I'll have the time/energy to draw the whole thing out now, much less any of the seasons that follow.

If you need help writing them, you know I'm available. :D (And, seriously, I want to do a Sailor Moon-esque project with you at some point.)

On current page: Arthur's alive in this one. Is mom also around or no?

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 9:06 pm
by SailorPtah
Writing is not the issue here, sir. Writing is easy. Drawing, on the other hand...

I'm sure you'll work out the timeline within a few pages!

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2009 12:41 am
by Xuanwu
SailorPtah wrote:Writing is not the issue here, sir. Writing is easy. Drawing, on the other hand...

Am I allowed to at least throw plot concepts at you and see if they stick, like I do with Shine? Once I get a handle on the kind of world you've setup here, that is. Also, any thoughts on Sunday features?

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2009 12:55 am
by SailorPtah
Xuanwu wrote:Am I allowed to at least throw plot concepts at you and see if they stick, like I do with Shine?

Nope. Down, Xuan. Down.

Xuanwu wrote:Also, any thoughts on Sunday features?

This one's gonna just going to have new pages, in order, seven days a week.

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2009 1:51 am
by Xuanwu
SailorPtah wrote:Nope. Down, Xuan. Down.

...You really don't seem to like letting me get close to your Sailor Moon fandom love. Hmmmm...

This one's gonna just going to have new pages, in order, seven days a week.

I'm surprised. "Sailor Says" would seem to be a necessary parody for a comic like this.

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2009 3:43 am
by Chickenperson
When I went through the site, two things immediately came to mind:

A somewhat creepy fellow whom Integra can't seem to stop running into, mainly because every time she tosses a wadded-up piece of paper behind her, it hits him. He calls her "pointy-hair", much to her annoyance.


I have this mental image of Integra, siting at a desk and going thorough a pile of papers, throwing them behind her, 'J.H. Blenner' standing behind her, lurking over her shoulder like a creeper. And no one notices.

Image

Secondly, I've only read like the first nine chapters of the SM manga, and immediately I had this bizarre notion that there was a 'Princess Mina' that had reincarnated into Integra...

The art looks really good, though. It's pretty...

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2009 9:50 pm
by Chaos Priest
You know, I half expected to see Integra running to school with a piece of toast in her mouth. Oh well, sans toast is just as good, if a bit less crunchy and filling. Anyway, that looks like it should have been one heck of a face-plant from the way she was falling. Miss Hellsing is lucky she didn't get more seriously injured than she did.

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2009 10:32 pm
by Xuanwu
Chaos Priest wrote:You know, I half expected to see Integra running to school with a piece of toast in her mouth. Oh well, sans toast is just as good, if a bit less crunchy and filling.

Same here. And then she'd bump head first into a classmate and accidentally flash her panties as she lands. That means 13 year old Integra needs to be voiced by Megumi Hayashibara, of course. Kotono Mitsuishi is also a candidate. XD

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2009 2:51 pm
by LordDeraj
YES this will be the sheer embodiment of awesomeness!!!!!!!

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2009 9:08 pm
by Xuanwu
Eight eyes under a bandage? Those are either very small eyes or some really large bandages. A good start to the homage, certainly.

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 8:07 pm
by BigKwell
(reads first pages)

Just joined this thread and bookmarked for future viewing. Erin, from what I've saw, you've got the beginnings of one EXCELLENT manga! Who knows - maybe this might be inported to Japan. Like to see that happen!

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 8:59 pm
by Mars
.... Wow. How did I NOT see this? On one hand, this is awesome. (Rip Van Winkle= Sailor Saturn, hullo!) On the other... this will be one difficult mash-up to pull off. Alucard and Tuxedo Mask... well at least Alucard does things. (See Sailor Moon Abridged.)

Re: "Ai ti no seigino, seeraa fuku bishoujo senshi..."

PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2009 9:33 pm
by Chaos Priest
On the up-side I have to say Alucard looks very slick here. On the down side the pedo-vibes he's giving off are measuring in at about 3.7 Herberts.