Castlevania is coming to Netflix by means of tremendous followers and the Adventure Time staff. Let’s see how that labored out.
Castlevania will debut on Netflix on July 7, the community has introduced, offering a primary glimpse on the animated collection with the teaser trailer above.
The animated collection was introduced in February, paying off an extended trailer of feedback and hints about a “super violent” Castlevania series. The little snippets we see right here actually don’t rule out something we’d heard concerning the mission.
The teaser has an anime look to it, which is truthful sufficient given Castlevania’s Japanese origins – however the type and naturally the subject material additionally put me in thoughts of the 2 Vampire Hunter D anime movies to this point. That’s not a nasty factor in any respect; I like that franchise.
It’s actually a unique look to Adventure Time and Bravest Warriors, two of the best-known tasks from animation studio Frederator. If you had any worries that Castlevania can be sunshine and fluffy cloud and flowers, put them to mattress (and in addition watch moe of Frederator’s work; even when it’s household pleasant, shit will get darkish).
Unless it’s significantly, terrible, the collection will likely be welcome to Castlevania followers. Konami appears to have largely forgotten Castlevania past pachinko machines, and we’re not anticipating a comply with as much as Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 after all the trouble at MercuryStream and its lukewarm reception.
Unfortunately we’ll all have to attend till July to seek out out extra about Netflix’s interpretation of the Castlevania lore and the most recent incarnation of “the man who killed Dracula”.