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Castlevania: Nocturne Reveals New Visual Featuring Richter and Maria

The Castlevania: Nocturne animated series has revealed a new visual featuring Maria Renard and Richter Belmont ahead of its September 28 release on Netflix. Powerhouse Animation Studios is animating it, while Project 51 Productions is producing.

Castlevania: Nocturne – Animated Series Visual Featuring Richter and Maria

The new project was announced after the finale of the original series. It is a continuation of the original Netflix Castlevania series which focused on Trevor Belmont and Slucard, and ended in 2021 after four seasons. A trailer for the new series is also set to be released tomorrow. The voice cast includes:

  • Edward Bluemel as Richter
  • Pixie Davies as Maria
  • Thuso Mbedu as Annette
  • Sydney James Harcourt as Edouard
  • Nastassja Kinski as Tera
  • Zahn McClarnon as Olrox
  • Franka Potente as Erzsebet Báthory

The showrunner is Kevin Kolder, while Clive Bradley is listed as a creator and writer. The animated series is based on Konami’s Castlevania games, the first of which was published in 1986. Castlevania: Nocturne follows Richter, a descendant of the Belmont family. Netflix describes the story for Castlevania: Nocturne:
In the thick of the French Revolution, members of the so-called lower classes are rising up to fight inequality: “It’s the natural order for them to milk us dry with impossible rents and unpayable taxes,” Maria (Davies), a young leader, laments. Meanwhile, Richter Belmont (Bluemel) senses a far grimmer and greater danger. He’s picked up his family’s long-held tradition of vampire hunting, a vocation that goes back almost as long as a vampiric life span (in other words, forever). But he’s never seen anything quite like what he’s witnessing now — could the drastic uptick in vampire activity have something to do with the death of his mother? And what’s up with this rumored news of a supposed vampire messiah?

Source: Netflix Twitter
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