Who would win?
@logy5000: Alucard's ability to regenerate is considerably greater than any other vampire's. He has regenerated from a pool of blood and from being decapitated, blown to shreds by gunfire, incinerated completely, etc. When damaged to an extreme extent, his body simply turns into a shadow-like substance and reconstitutes. Exceedingly holy weapons have been shown to incapacitate him for a time, but even Anderson augmented with Helena's Nail could do no long term harm to him. While regenerating against Anderson, he became a shadow entity at one point.
Alucard can>t be killed as long as even one drop of his blood remains only one drop is needed for him to regenerate and be whole again i don>t know if the gate of tartarus could hold Alucard in he could perhaps punch though that gate :)
@Miki1111: Also, even if he could punch through the gate (which is impossible since it's unaffected by brute force) Hades & Thanatos would pull him back in. The Titans, who are physically stronger than Alucard, can't get out of Tartarus without help from a god/demigod.
Depends if Kronos was in his true form it was mentioned in the book that He would make Typhon look like a playground bully, which is a huge saying since Typhon pwned most of olympus and the gods of olympus are more powerful than comic book olympians of marval universe, since they are unkillable. Kronos will probably stomp if he is in his true form, if he is not alucard wins. If he is luke, Alucard wins.
Kronos in Luke's body was a smart kombatant, but arrogant in a way. Then again, Alucard's personality starts with and ends with True form Kronos f***ing stomps...Heck, True form Kronos can go against Goku for some time. Anyway, Luke/Kronos can lose, but Alucard's persona will cause him to not really try to kill, instead try to maim/humiliate him, and by the time Al gets smart and tries to mind read to shoot the incredibly hard to hit armpit Achilles Heel, Luke/Kronos would go full form and raze Alucard from existance.
I don't think anybody in this thread understands the concept of "Omnipresent"
In the Hellsing universe, omnipresent means, well omnipresent. There aren't any rules or exceptions to this, Alucard is literally everywhere an no where. He can't be killed, the only way to beat him is if he himself doesn't believe he exists. So don't pull that "Kronos can banish him to Tartarus" bullshit. Alucard could easily just manifest himself out of there.