Anime studio ufotable's Fate/zero cafe has a special page hosting sketches, usually updated on holidays and character birthdays. For Halloween, the familiar face of Saber is drawn handing out candy. Get a look after the jump.
Fate/Zero was originally a light novel prequel to TYPE-MOON's visual novel Fate/stay night, written by Gen Urobuchi with illustrations by Takashi Takeuchi. Now, after anime and manga adaptations, it's swinging back around with Pocke releasing a visual novel for iOS and Android devices. More after the jump.
There's enough going on with the Fate franchise that several companies were able to bring their own incarnations to this weekend's Comiket. Beyond all the doujinshi, Shaft had a Fate/EXTRA CCC OP animation PRODUCTION NOTE Labyrinth BOX for sale. Then, Aniplex worked with ufotable to offer a set of goods featuring a vacation variants of the Fate/zero cafe's super deformed version of the modern fantasy's cast. Get a look after the jump.
Good Smile is out to prove that when it comes to Saber, there is no such thing as too many figures. Their latest offering puts the mighty heroine in red. Get a look at the pictures after the jump.
Social digital card game Fate/Zero: Next Encounter launch last summer around the concept of playing out "what if" versions of the Fourth Grail War, including featuring alternate Master/Servant pairings. It's still going strong, and a new set of card sketches are previewing some match-ups. Get a look after the jump.
It was first announced on the first day of this year's Machi Asobi festival, but the official site for the Kara No Kyoukai -The Garden Of Sinners- movie has been updated with the announcement of the anime adaptation of the Fate/Zero Cafe spin-off manga featured alongside the aforementioned film later this Summer. Take a look at each character and the sample manga after the jump!
No matter how cruel and gruesome the ending to Fate/zero was, it's great that ufotable keeps giving us fans the glimpse of how the show could be if their world was peaceful. The Machiasobi project, lead by ufotable CEO Kondou Hikaru to promote his home town of Tokushima with anime was successful at creating a special package of samples of 5 popular and established local sweets, with Fate/Zero characters gathered in a new family-friendly poster to promote it. Get a look after the jump!
April 22nd is the birthday for one of the most distinct voices in Japan, Joji Nakata! Not only is his voice acting skill superb, fans love his playful personality as well! See some birthday illustrations for him by industry colleagues after the jump!
Anime studio ufotable is gearing up for their home city, Tokushima City's Machi✩Asobi biannual anime/manga/game. The Fate/zero animators are preparing to again tap the gathering otaku for their blood. After previously producing Saber and Ryunosuke incentive posters, this time, they're doing a Gilgamesh poster and clearfile. Get a look after the jump.