So I just got around to watching the second season of Castlevania on Netflix, and I must say, I applaud this show. It's good to have more adult animation that's not some raunchy comedy. Mind you I do think the painfully violent imagery (and even the profanity to a minor extent) may be a bit too excessive even for an adult show, but other than that I think it's pretty phenomenal! The story is solid, the animation is good, the voice acting is great, and most of the characters are pretty engaging.
Sypha is probably my favorite character in the show. She's this sweet heart who fills in this child-friendly innocence that makes up for the disturbing gore and depressing imagery; It kinda makes me want to see her in something based on Zelda or some other, less mature video game based shows. (along with Trevor I guess since he is the game's main protagonist in spite of this franchise's more mature themes)
And perhaps my favorite voice over performance of all here would definitely have to be Graham McTavish as Dracula, he is perhaps the best voice of Drac in this franchise bar-none.
Like I said, I still have some gripes with the show, but for the most part at least it really does go to show that animation can be pretty versatile and is not just for kids.