Castlevania, a Netflix original anime series, is over after the conclusion of season 4. The show which started out as one of many in a crowd of Netflix’s attempts at anime really showed how far the streaming service has come with the medium. We recently watched the series finale of Castlevania and here’s what we made of this Netflix gem.
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One thought on “Castlevania season 4 review: is it just us or did the animation get better?”
This is not an anime netfilx should stick to movies and series and leave anime to the professionals like Eichoro oda whose been writing manga and anime for over a decade