Funko releasing line of Castlevania 'Pop' figurines based on the Netflix series

The next line of Funko Pop figurines has been announced, and they're based on the characters from Castlevania's Netflix. You can check out the full lineup above, which are set to launch sometime in May 2019. The lineup includes Trevor Belmont, Vlad Dracula Tepes, Adrian Tepes, Blue Fangs, and Sypha Belnades. Grab your preorders here.

Netflix's Castlevania executive producer says the series 'really over-performed,' third season got greenlit immediately

Adi Shankar is the executive producer on Netflix's Castlevania series, and a couple weeks back, we learned that Season 3 is on the way. In an interview with IGN, Shankar talks about just how successful the series has been thus far.

"It really over-performed. It did crazy well. We immediately got greenlit for Season 3. I wouldn’t have a job if it wasn’t for the fans."

The art of Netflix's Castlevania

Netflix's Castlevania is pitch-perfect in a lot of ways, and one of those is the art direction. The series has some fantastic character design and backdrops. Some of that content doesn't appear on-screen for more than a few seconds, but it's well worth giving a good once-over. If you're looking to get a better peek at some of that content, including backgrounds and animation tests, make sure to check out this post.

Castlevania showrunner explains why season 3 of the show will have 10 episodes

Season 2 of the Netflix Castlevania series just came out a few days back, and we're already talking about Season 3. The existence of Season 3 was confirmed shortly after Season 2 debuted, and we learned it would feature 10 episodes. Why was 10 the magic number? Showrunner Adi Shankar explained in an interview with Kotaku.

For season three we specifically, asked for ten episodes because we knew we needed that to tell the story we want… I can’t stand those shows that have ideas for new seasons but you get there and go “What? You should have got there four seasons ago!”

Second season of Castlevania sneaks in a reference that any long-time fan can appreciate

Someone spotted a reference in the latest season of Castelvania that's sure to make longtime fans of the series laugh. If you can't see what's up in the image above, hit the jump for a closer look.

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Netflix renews Castlevania for a third season

Castlevania's first season on Netflix was reviewed quite well by fans and critics alike. Season 2 has been even better received by both. It's obvious Netflix is a fan of the series as well, as they've just confirmed a third season for the series. While there's no release date, we do know the third season will include 10 episodes.

GameSpot Video - The History Of Castlevania

2018 is proof there's still a lot of love for the Castlevania series, so we explore its entire history, from the NES to the PS4, in our latest video.

IGN Video - How Castlevania Season 2 Makes Dracula A Tragic Character

Jacki Jing talks to Castlevania Showrunner Adi Shankar about how they humanized Dracula and made the audience empathize with him.

IGN Video - Castlevania: Season 2 Is One of the Best Video Game Adaptations Ever

NO SPOILERS! Jacki Jing and Nick Limon talk about Castlevania Season 2, and why they think it's one of their favorite video game adaptations!

Mondo releasing Castlevania: Rondo of Blood vinyl soundtrack

CASTLEVANIA: RONDO OF BLOOD / DRACULA X - ORIGINAL VIDEO GAME SOUNDTRACK 2XLP. Music by Konami Kukeiha Club. Artwork by Oliver Barrett. Pressed on 2X 180 Gram Colored vinyl (Disc 1: Blue with Black Splatter and Disc 2: Red with Black Splatter). Expected to Ship Early November 2018. $35

Mondo is thrilled to premiere the next in our on-going CASTLEVANIA soundtrack series with the PC-Engine title CASTLEVANIA: RONDO OF BLOOD, and the game's Super Nintendo port CASTLEVANIA: DRACULA X.

Originally released only in Japan on the PC-Engine (a system known in the US as the TurboGrafx-16), RONDO OF BLOOD is one of the most widely missed chapters of the CASTLEVANIA saga. Better known now as the "prequel" to the hugely popular and influential title CASTLEVANIA: SYMPHONY OF THE NIGHT (the first level of which is a re-creation of the final battle of RONDO OF BLOOD). The story follows Richter Belmont, descendent of Simon and Trevor, on his journey to save his girlfriend and her little sister Maria from the clutches of Dracula.

The game was eventually ported to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System a few years later but due to the limitations of the hardware, the port of RONDO OF BLOOD was re-made and re-named CASTLEVANIA: DRACULA X - a streamlined and more linear version of the game, featuring a soundtrack better suited to the system's capabilities.

Featuring artwork by Oliver Barrett and pressed on 2X 180 Gram vinyl (Disc 1: Blue with Black Splatter and Disc 2: Red with Black Splatter).