Way back in 2008, Tech Gian announced plans for a remake of Fate/stay night creators TYPE-MOON's vampire visual novel Tsukihime. Last year, TYPE-MOON Ace 10 said that the action is being moved closer to Tokyo and previewed new characters. An early look at TYPE-MOON Ace 11, out April 15th, says, well, more event CG has been previewed.
While Comp Ace's 11th irregularly published TYPE-MOON spinoff isn't out until April 15th, fans have already gotten a look at the latest TYPE-MOON Ace mook, and among the details leaking out is that Yuuichirou Higashide and Ototsugu Konoe's Fate/Apocrypha parallel world light novels are getting a manga adaptation from Akira Ishida, the Oninagai and Maoyu manga artist who has been illustrating for Fate/Grand Order.
The cover of volume 11 of Type-Moon Ace, a mook ("magazine-book") published by Kadokawa dedicated to all things Type-Moon and Fate-related, is teasing a "major announcement" coming soon regarding the spin-off light novel series Fate/Apocrypha. Hit the jump to speculate.
Fate series creator Type-Moon is known for their elaborate April Fool's jokes. This year, there was a malfunction in the Chaldea Gate that saw Type-Moon's site, as well as all the servants in smart phone RPG Fate/Grand Order scrambled in the style of irreverent manga artist Riyo (author of very real tutorial manga). Get a look after the jump.
It's been the better part of a year since Comp Ace's irregularly published TYPE-MOON spinoff has offered an update on plans for the long-anticipated remake of vampire visual novel Tsukihime. Well, there's an 11th edition out April 15th, and a preview of its contents is promising news about the project. More after the jump.