Mondo Releases Premium Castlevania Puzzle Just in Time for the Holidays
You may not be able to fit this one into a stocking but this could be a bloody good way to spend a holiday at home.
By Chris Morse
Has Netflix's fantastic animated Castlevania series made you feel a bit nostalgic for the series this year? The answer is "absolutely" for us, so when we came across a cool new item honoring the classic Konami franchise, we couldn't help but to take notice. The fine folks over at Mondo just released this premium puzzle that might make a perfect last-minute gift for a Dracula-slaying loved one in your life (or for yourself, really; we're not judging at all).
This 1,000-piece Castlevania puzzle features artwork by Becky Cloonan and measures 19" x 27" when completed. The art isn't based on the Netflix show in particular but honors the series in general, making this a nice addition to the collection of any fan. Have a look at an image of the puzzle below.
This item will only set you back $20.00 and ships in 1-2 business days. You can grab up your very own by heading to the item's official product page. Unlike the vendor's poster sales, this one has remained in stock so get your order in quick before this item is no more.
As for the TV series, we do not yet have an official release date for season three of Castlevania, which will this time consist of 10 episodes (up from 8 in season two), but we expect it may arrive sometime in 2019. We'll be sure to keep you up to date here on Dead Entertainment whenever we hear more. In the meantime, if you haven't already watched them, the first two seasons are streaming now on Netflix.
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