Manga To Adapt "Fate/Apocrypha"

Adaptation from Akira Ishida, the "Oninagai" and "Maoyu" manga artist who has been illustrating for "Fate/Grand Order"

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 ("magazine-book"), 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.


Co-creator Kinoko Nasu planned and supervised the story of Red and Black factions of masters/servants, which was originally introduced as an eventually cancelled MMO game.



In 2014, TYPE-MOON posted a PDF of the Fate/Apocrypha material from comiket 86, more of Joan of Arc Saber, loli Jack the Ripper, Rider Astolfo, the Twelfth Paladin of Charlemagne and the like.



Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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