In terms of game canon, it would be a while. They are setting up for Curse of Darkness-era plotlines I imagine. Simon would probably be the next one who makes sense, though it would be hundreds of years later.
For the love of god, this.
Seems like this will take some cues from Castlevania: Curse of Darkness (PS2, X-Box). Makes sense considering that Hector is the main character with Isaac and Trevor also having prominent roles in that game.
Hopefully this is Trevor's last season so we can pave the way for a new story with new Belmonts.
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You are correct :)
Thank you for the details!You are correct :)
Very little *animation* is done in the states anymore. Writing, boarding, designs, layouts, timing, editing, VA work etc is usually done here at the studios, but the actual animation is usually done overseas unless there's something very specific a director or team wants to do themselves. Edit: For television anyway, some feature stuff is still done here like Disney movies.
Were there a lot of new monsters in the last two? I don't remember.
They keep using like generic vampire beast monsters, but yeah Slogra and Gaibon along with the Cyclops boss from 3 have been in. I just want to know what I gotta do to see a skeleton throw a bone at someone.
You’re probably right, but there’s one voice in the trailer that would sound exactly like I’d want grants to sound.
I remember Ellis had an idea for him when he was still going to adapt CV3 as a comic, but I guess he fell out of love with the idea once it became a movie and then a TV series.
I doubt that they would make such a mistake after all the time they spent in Season 2 setting him up to be an eventual hero.This trailer gives the vibe that Hector will be taking a backseat this season, So I'm curious as to how much from Curse of Darkness they'll actually take.
Curious, Hector is the one character I feel they directly adapted the original design as closely as possible
Sypha, Dracula, and Alucard certainly look like their game counterparts, but the designs themselves seem new and updated. Trevor Belmont looks way better in this show than he ever has anywhere else, and should be the standard baseline for him going forward.
I hope you're right.I doubt that they would make such a mistake after all the time they spent in Season 2 setting him up to be an eventual hero.
They made a point to show us his forge master skills and spent a lot of time on dialogue scenes between him and his team, setting up a conflict with Isaac.
The trailer shows him locked in a cage? I expect he'll break out and be a major player. Maybe I'm giving the show too much credit but all that build up in Season 2 felt very deliberate. His role is not done.