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The Captain is a member of the Millennium Organization forces and the Waffen-SS and a major antagonist in the manga Hellsing and its OVA series adaption Hellsing: Ultimate.

He acts as the Major's silent, stoic adjutant and bodyguard. Unlike the Major and Lieutenant Rip Van Winkle, he still wears a full uniform in the main events, which consists of an overcoat similar to a M42 Greatcoat with its neckguard constantly turned up and an M43 officer's cap emblazoned with the Totenkopf symbol. Unlike the other soldiers of Millenium, The Captain is a natural werewolf, able to transform at will and fight in either human or werewolf form. Just as Alucard is Hellsing's trump card, and Alexander Anderson is Iscariot's, he is Millennium's trump card.


Hellsing: The Dawn

The Captain fought a fourteen year-old Walter C. Dornez as well as Alucard during an attack on Millennium's main research facility in Warsaw during World War II, about 50 years ago in the prequel manga Hellsing: The Dawn. He squared off with Walter and managed to resist his wires, then choke him into submission before the fight was interrupted by Alucard. Alucard, on the other hand, backed out after getting kicked in half by the Captain, and left Walter to fend for himself while chasing after the Major.

It is believed, based on information in the main storyline, that Walter came to an agreement with Millennium and left the compound, having seemingly aided in the destruction of the early undead soldier project. However, there is no official word that explicitly confirms or denies this yet. Later in the same year, the Captain participated in the infamous Malmedy massacre on December 17, during the Battle of the Bulge. (Based on a photograph in chapter 82). From a photograph taken on the 20th, he and the Major were still in the Ardennes area. (On the back cover of volume 3). He would ultimately travel with the rest of Millennium to South America and stay in hiding for decades.


Over 55 years later, the Captain was sent to retrieve Walter for a certain process, during the invasion of England in 1999. As Walter and Integra Hellsing attempted to drive back to Hellsing HQ, Walter spotted the Captain blocking the road and approaching them. Walter then urged his master to flee, and attacked The Captain with his wires. The Captain caught them in his hands, and it looked like it would lead into a great duel...except the duel was not shown. The Major had other plans and the Captain brought Walter to Millennium, so he could be brainwashed and made into an immortal servant. Later on, The Captain leaped from the Major's zeppelin to confront Alucard with Alexander Anderson. He was surprised to see Alucard's "counterattack", and backed off for the time being.

Although he was seen in chapter 68 Might and Magic (2) with long strands of hair forming on his face, chapter 74 Relics shows The Captain swiftly shooting Heinkel Wolfe in his human form. It is revealed in chapter 76 Finesthour that he deliberately shot through her cheek to spare Heinkel's life. The Captain attempts to directly communicate with Heinkel by making gestures with his head, which is interpreted as a warning to stay out of his way. After tossing Heinkel a first aid kit, he leaps up into the air and departs. This scene has been a subject of interest to many fans. The Captain, a werewolf with incredible strength, speed, and the ability to regenerate, would have no need for a first aid kit, and hence, no need to even carry one. Hirano's intentions in making the Captain spare Heinkel remain unclear though it may simply be that Hirano intended to show that the Captain was more noble than his comrades, and/or had some sense of chivalry for fellow warriors.

At the end of chapter 81, the Captain confronted Seras Victoria and Sir Integra, who stormed the Major's zeppelin. In chapter 82, the Captain allowed Integra to pass, even pointing out the direction of the bridge to her, then engaged Seras in a gun battle, which ended with him transforming into a werewolf. In chapter 84, he stood in a two-page spread, facing Seras in the form of a monstrously large wolf.
The Captain

The Captain in his Werewolf form

The Captain then flew toward her in a similar way to Alucard's Baskerville familiar and dealt a powerful blow to Seras, ricocheting her off a wall and the ceiling. He swiftly changed into his bipedal werewolf form and kicked her down through the floor of the Hindenburg II and onto the ground below, jumping down to follow her. In chapter 85, he displays even more of his mist-like abilities, as even after being dealt what would appear to be a fatal blow from Seras' shadows, the Captain just dissolved into mist only to reform, standing atop her shadows, unharmed. In chapter 86, he continued to trade blows with Seras, until Seras managed to stop one of his kicks by biting and holding his leg in her mouth. This gave Pip Bernadotte (now Seras' familiar) the chance to thrust a tooth with a silver filling from a concentration camp prisoner into the Captain's chest. The chapter ends with the Captain's dog tags falling to the floor and splitting in half. The Captain then falls to the floor dying, he lies still while a smile slowly creeps on his face. He is then shown laughing before his body bursts into flames like previous Millennium members.


The Captain is the most mysterious character in the entire series. With most, if not all of his history shrouded in secrecy. The Captain is mostly expressionless and never seems to speak. Even in battle or enduring pain, the werewolf's expressions do not change much. His most expressive moments were during the final battle when Alucard releases all his seals, surprising and alarming The Captain and when Seras finally kills him, in which he smiles widely. His death indicates a strong resentment for his existence as well as his part in Millenium. Pip Bernadotte remarks that The Captain has a “flair for the dramatic” whenever he presents himself, such as when he first appeared on the battlefield of London he leaped from his Zeppelin or during his battle with Seras Victoria. While it is uncertain how he truly feels about his allies or his enemies, as he has shown hostility and chivalry to both, the only person The Captain seems to truly despise is Alucard, although his reasons for why are never revealed.

Powers and Abilities

The Captain possesses immense superhuman ability, even while in human form. This includes superhuman senses, strength (strong enough to bend steel bars or shatter limbs with a single kick), speed, reflexes, agility, dexterity, coordination, balance, endurance, and has the ability to become a mist-like form (but needs to be in his physical forms to attack). His iron-like flesh can withstand Walter's wires (which can easily slice solid steel), even as they are tightened around his bare neck. He seems to be able to fall great distances without sustaining any damage, as seen in chapter 58, Wizardry (2). The Captain has some regenerative ability, as he quickly regenerated his mutilated hand in The Dawn. In addition to his natural abilities, the Captain possesses two modified Mauser C96s with incredibly long barrels, and a combat knife.


           Hellsing Villains


Millennium Organization
The Major | The Captain | The Doctor | Zorin Blitz | Schrödinger | Rip Van Winkle | Luke Valentine | Jan Valentine | Tubalcain Alhambra | Walter C. Dornez | Letzte Bataillon

Iscariot Organization
Enrico Maxwell | Alexander Anderson | Heinkel Wolfe | Yumie Takagi | Ninth Crusade

2001 Hellsing
Incognito | Leif & Jessica | Bubbancy | Paul Wilson

The Bandits | Richard Hellsing | Sultan | Vampire Priest