This is a primary take a look at the Satan Could Cry Netflix sequence

This is a primary take a look at the Satan Could Cry Netflix sequence

Netflix hosted a Drop 01 livestream at present, taking the chance to tease the Satan Could Cry animated sequence. Capcom’s motion sequence is coming to Netflix, with Castlevania producer Adi Shankar and Studio Mir (My Adventures with Superman) on board.

Whereas we don’t get to see a lot of it, Dante appears pumped sufficient as he backflips, shoots, and dodges incoming assaults. Take a look at roughly 5 seconds of footage sandwiched between some menacing title playing cards under. 

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Adi Shankar first revealed his acquisition of the Satan Could Cry sequence rights again in November 2018. Two extra seasons of Castlevania have made their strategy to followers since, and the Richter-centric Castlevania: Nocturne premieres tomorrow. As for Satan Could Cry, its standing nonetheless says “coming quickly,” so we’ll have to attend to see precisely when it drops.  

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Other people concerned within the sequence embody author Alex Larson, Seung Wook Lee of Studio Mir, and Satan Could Cry sequel director Hideaki Itsuno. Itsuno already assured everyone he’s “supervising it correctly.”

This celebration’s gettin’ loopy!

Netflix’s Satan Could Cry sequence isn’t Dante’s first animated spin. The Son of Sparda beforehand hit the display within the appropriately titled Satan Could Cry: The Animated Sequence anime. That one ran for 12 episodes in 2007 and got here from Madhouse (One-Punch Man) and director Shin Itagaki (Berserk 2016). The sequence was written by Toshiki Inoue, identified for anime like Demise Word and live-action exhibits like Choujin Sentai Jetman. Every time “quickly” finally ends up being, we’ll lastly see how Dante holds up 16 years after his final animated outing.

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