Visual Prison Season 1 Ending Explained

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Another anime series has come to a close as Visual Prison reached its finale episode, its 12th, and the last run of the show for Season 1 became a culmination of the musical showcase that the has been built up from its premiere. Here is what happened.

Warning! This article contains spoilers for Visual Prison! Read at your own risk!

Visual Prison Season 1 Ending Explained
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Visual Prison Season 1 Ending Explained
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In the finale of Visual Prison, the vampires are in it for the competition of their lifetime as they vie for the scarlet tears of the moon. In the first half of the episode, the vampire idol groups performed their hearts out for the contest and there were four performances everyone shouldn’t miss plus the ending theme is beyond words.

Fans of Oz, Eclipse, and Lost + Eden was in it for a treat as they face each other on the spotlight and the stage and win Visual Prison. Oz did an amazing job being themselves while Eclipse and Lost + Eden really went for a cut-throat competition. On top of all that, an Eclipse reunion is on the line with Gil, Dmitri, Hyde, and Saga meet each other to go head-to-head against each other.

In the end, Oz brought home the bacon. Saga won in his own right as he and Mist got together and became a power couple as they tried to take down two other teams. Robin could still go to school, even being in good terms with Jack. Gil and Eve were able to win in life by reopening the café with Pannya’s help.

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The ending seems to open for a new season but if the creators of the show would decide to stop there, it is a nice culmination of everything that happened in the whole first season. It is right off the bat and it still hits all the main points introduced from the start plus the fact that it is possible to return for another season for the original anime series.

Visual Prison finale is now streaming on Funimation for the premium access subscribers. For those without, it will be released on January 3, 2021.