There's plenty of complex history between, Sakura, Rin, the Matou clan and the Tōsaka clan. It factors into Fate/stay night's third route, Heaven's Feel. It's flesh out by the prequel Fate/zero. Anime studio ufotable adapted Zero back in 2011 and, last weekend, the first of their anime movie trilogy of Heaven's Feel hit Japan theaters. To promote the feature in its second weekend, a trio of crossover bonus postcards have been prepared.
On September 20th, 2011's Fate/Zero prequel anime will be released in a Standard Edition Blu-ray set. This will feature the 25 episodes in their, extended "original" edition, previously seen in the earlier, two-part release. This will also be the first Japanese release to feature the series' English dub. Illustrator of the original light novels and Type-Moon co-founder Takashi Takeuchi has produced new art for the cover.
Want to share a drink with Gilgamesh? Ufotable's White Day event, taking place at cafes across Japan, will feature special promotional art of Fate and Tales of guys, as well as themed menu items and limited-edition goods! Hit the jump for a sneak preview of what's coming!
At Otakon, Aniplex of America announced plans to reprint sets of Fate/zero, the 2011 ufotable anime from director Ei Aoki, adapting Gen Urobuchi's Fate/stay night prequel light novels. The two sets, which originally sold for $187.98 and $174.98 before store discounts in 2013 with soundtack CDs, interview DVDs and art by original character designer Takashi Takeuchi. New releases are scheduled for October 25th.