I really enjoyed this series until the end. =.= I’m not super happy about the ending but I’m pretty sure it could have been worse so I’ll just be content with it.
It is so confusing since episodes begin in the middle of a situation and I had to make assumptions and inferences about what is going on since I wasn’t given a clear explanation. Several episodes alternated between good beginnings and unclear endings or unclear beginnings and good endings. Yeah, so I had questions when I was watching and I made up my own answers to those questions since the show didn’t really give any answers. It would have been really good had the production staff took some time and dedicated it to giving answers to questions like :
- What/ Who is Crusnik?
- Is Cain one part of the Crusnik family?
- How did Seth become the queen of the New Human Empire?
- Did the entire country never see her appearance before?
and a bunch of others questions…
This picture reminds me of something. I like how Abel and Cain had opposing appearances. Abel’s appearance was more dark and vile-like while Cain had white clothes and a bright aura surrounding him.
I’m pretty sure I can have most of these questions answered if I read the manga but I was just informed that the author of the series had died and the series is left unfinished. So, I guess reading the manga won’t have an ending but will answer majority of the questions.
Time was essential for Trinity Blood to develop into the series it could have been but I guess there wasn’t enough time. I still don’t know much about any of the characters. Not a single character had been significantly focused on to give the audience a better understanding.
As for the ending, it’s… mehh. At least we know that Esther goes on to be the queen of Albion. Judging from the ending, I assumed that Esther and Abel were romantically involved but there were only subtle hints of it and nothing obvious indicating that their relationship was more than just co-workers. There was barely any information about Rosen Kreuz Orden or about Cain.
ooh well, overall it was intriguing. I like it or rather I’m content with it.
Now, onto Hellsing. :3
Wait, would someone mind clarifying what the difference between Hellsing and Hellsing Ultimate is?