Hark! A new series has just been added to Crunchyroll’s growing roster of catalog titles: Hell Girl: Three Vessels. Premium users get episodes 1-13 now and then the rest over the next two weeks, while free users will get 4 new episodes a week until the series completion.
Hell Girl: Three Vessels originally aired on Japanese TV from 2008 to 2009 and is the third series in the Hell Girl franchise. The animation was produced by Studio Deen (Hetalia, Kore wa Zombie Desu ka?) and is directed by Hiroshi Watanabe (Slayers, Minky Momo)
Crunchyroll has provided the following synopsis:
Just when it seemed that Ai Enma was finally at peace, Yuzuki Mikage appears: the perfect host for Ai's damned spirit to possess! Now, as the darkest secrets of the Hell Girl threaten to consume her, Yuzuki's attempts to maintain her own humanity become ever more desperate as the world around her slowly shatters into a terrifying series of riddles. Why has she been drawn into the world of the Hell Correspondence? What is her relationship to Ai? And has her ultimate destiny already been predetermined? As the powers of the Hell Girl continue to grow inside her, Yuzuki's very existence is now at stake. Who and what is she, really? The shocking secrets of her past will be unlocked, the tragedies of Ai's will be revealed, and the torch of the Hell Girl may be passed in the shocking conclusion of the Hell Girl saga!
Hell Girl: Three Vessels will be limited to the US and Canada
Any Hell Girl fans excited to see the series conclusion?