Despite their crude humor and crude style, the Crayon Shin-Chan movies have featured remarkable animation from the likes of Masaaki Yuasa. In a series of fan videos, a NicoNico poster has reanimated some of the notable scenes with characters from Fate/zero and Fate/stay night. Get a look after the jump.
Fate/stay night was released in Japan on January 30, 2004 for Windows PCs. In honor of this Type-Moon, Kadokawa, and Banpresto are presenting a special flower themed Ichiban Kubji prize lottery, the A prizes for which is B2 size art by CLAMP, pako and Shizuki Morri. Kadokawa's Young Ace has posted a special preview of the CLAMP contribution. Get a look after the jump.
It says something about Fate/zero that Tokiomi Tohsaka, who gives away a daughter, and Kayneth Archibald El-Melloi, who is almost pathologically arrogant, are two of the series' less odious men. Still, it seems with a bit of tongue-in-cheek that anime studio ufotable feature the pair in their White Day special illustration. Get a look after the jump.
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.