The admirable Atsushi has shown support for traps as she has taken on the appearance of Fate/Apocrypha’s feminine Astolfo (albeit dressed in pool attire), with those questioning their sexuality perhaps finding solace in the fact that Atsushi is a woman… The moist pool cosplay: Read more
This weekend, at the 19th edition of the Machi ★ Asobi cultural festival, anime magazine Newtype announced the winners of their 2016-2017 Anime Awards, for work broadcast or screened between October 2016 and September 2017.  Fate/Apocrypha, the TV anime based on an abandoned Type-Moon MMO, did remarkably well. As... Read more
  Fate/Apocrypha may not be making its English Netflix debut until November, but its Japanese broadcast has been ruling the Newtype character rankings of late. The second cour kicks off on TOKYO MX and other stations in Japan on September 30, so it’s time for a new promo ahead... Read more
NewType has unveiled the preliminary winners of its annual anime awards, with the event being composed of various entries released between October 2016 and September 2017 on a wide variety of topics – the final results however will be unveiled at Machi Asobi Vol. 19 in October. The top... Read more
NewType has once again unveiled the results of its monthly (and hotly debated) anime rankings, with one cherished mecha series topping the list due to the previous announcement revealing that a new season is in production… The ranking: 1. Code Geass 2. Fate/Apocrypha 3. Boku no Hero Academia 4.... Read more
Battle Lines Are Drawn In "Fate/Apocrypha" Anime Preview And Cast Listing
2017’s big slate of Fate/ projects includes a TV anime adaptation of Fate/Apocrypha. 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. It’s now planned for a July/summer season broadcast on Tokyo MX, BS11, Tochigi TV,... Read more
2017 TV Anime To Adapt "Fate/Apocrypha"
2016 brought an Akira Ishida (Oninagai and Maoyu manga artist who has been illustrating for Fate/Grand Order) manga adaptation of Yuuichirou Higashide and Ototsugu Konoe’s Fate/Apocrypha parallel world light novels. 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. The big roll-out... Read more