Udon to Release Fate/stay night Art Book Series in North America

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014

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The fine folks at Udon say they have some amazing stuff in store for us. To start with, they are announcing a Fate/stay night art book series. Udon has secured the rights to release the English version of the art books based on the Japanese franchise. In June, Fate/Compete Material Volume 1: Art Material releases. It has over 200 pages for your viewing pleasure. This is the first in a series, with others releasing every 3-4 months. Fans are encouraged to pre-order their copy today since sales of the first volume will directly effect the number of available copies on the rest of the volumes.

Fate/Complete Book 1 Cover

Key Features: (From Udon)

– Original “Fate/stay night” visual novel is one of the best-selling visual novels of all time
– “Fate/stay night” anime and film available on DVD and Blu-ray from Sentai Filmworks
– Features hundreds of illustrations by fan-favorite studio Type-Moon!
– The “Fate” series will get a new anime release in 2014 from Sentai Filmworks, featuring the spin-off storyline “Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya”
– A brand-new anime adaptation of the original “Fate/stay night” story has just been announced!

About Fate/stay night:

An incredibly popular visual novel, “Fate/stay night” has gripped fans around the world with its deep and complex story and gorgeous artwork. Released in 2004 by Type-Moon, the series details an epic, no-holds-barred battle royale between powerful sorcerers and their servants for the chance to claim The Holy Grail as their own! The story is told from the perspective of a nearly-helpless teenager named Shiro and his powerful servant Saber, who have been accidentally entered into the battle!









About Crystal Colwell

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