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Some of the most beautiful Castlevania art ever

October 19, 2014

It seems there is an unlimited amount of these circling the internet. Why? Because the imagination has no boundries, especially when it comes from the heart. I've covered Silent Hill and Metal Gear in the past, but a few Castlevania art posts are worthy of mention, as they deserve some of the spot light the others seem to hog a few times. One such mention is a lady that almost never has gotten recognized, Sonia Belmont.

Sonia Belmont


Sonia has made very little appearance in the Castlevania world, as she did with "Legends" on the classic GameBoy Color back in the late 1990's, Legends, also known as (Akumajō Dracula: Shikkoku Taru Zensōkyoku or Demon Castle Dracula: Dark Night Prelude) was a first for her, but might have been a second appearance in "Castlevania: Ressurection" for the Sega Dreamcast, but it was cancelled after going so far into production. Bummer.

by Hyde209

Richter Belmont


I doubt you'll be forgetting this one very soon. Making an appearance as the main character in Rondo of Blood for the PC-Engine CD system in Japan, which was a prequel to Symphony of the Night where you could also play as him, Richter Belmont is one of the most well known in the Castlevania series. I wouldn't be surprised if he is somehow made to be brought back into a future title.

by Pedro-Ferrira

Simon Belmont


The whip lashing Vampire Slayer who likely started it all. Simon Belmont was a testament to the Belmont Clan, and was the man behind the flame whip in Castlevania 2: Simon's Quest. The first in the series where day turns into night, and vice versa, while making famous those two lines in the game, "What a horrible night to have a curse", and "The morning sun has vanquished the horrible night".

by GreenStranger

Shanoa


Maybe I have a thing for Gothic women with tatooes on their backs, but Shanoa from Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia fits the bill alright. This hit title on the Nintendo DS system launched back in 1998 proves once again, that the ladies can stand their own against the forces of Lord Dracula. Not to mention the game music soundtrack to Ecclesia deserves some great recognition.

by GreenStranger

Maria Renard


Both gorgeous beauty, and deadly. Maria Renard is both rolled into one. This blonde heroine made her first appearance as a child in Rondo of Blood, and was a playable character if you knew where to rescue her. She later made her debut in Symphony of the Night, assisting Alucard every now and then within the plot of the game. You could also use her as a playable character as well, if you had the Sega Saturn version of SOTN.

by GreenStranger

Alucard


Ahh, who could ever forget Alucard. A character that needs no introduction, and some speculate that Konami might have gotten the idea for this character from the Anime movie "Vampire Hunter D". But then again, that might just be speculation. Making his appearance as a playable character in Castlevania 3: Dracula's Curse, Alucard went on to have his own title, Symphony of the Night, which many hail as the best in the series. He now has his own story line in the download able content pack "Revelations" for the recently released Lords of Shadow 2 game.

by demarcs 

Do you know or have any works of art you would like to share, and have me do an article about it? If so feel free to put your link in the comment section below.

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