We’re almost as behind on the coverage of Fate/Apocrypha as studio A-1 is on its production, but it remains a project that’s earned its right to be covered in detail without skipping to its most recent accolades. You can expect these posts to go up very consistently so that we can be fully caught up soon. But for now, here’s the beginning of its second cours!
The first half of Fate/Apocrypha has been made available for worldwide maybe some western audiences if they’re lucky after what feels like a millennia, so as usual, here’s a post containing links to our coverage of what’s available thus far. See you in five years next year for the second half!
A lighthearted episode that introduces a familiar concept to the franchise, yet also serves as a platform to discuss an important creator and her place within it.
The directorial baton has officially been passed, so let’s take this opportunity to explore some core imas concepts and SideM‘s handling of them.
imas is back, and they’re making sure everyone knows it.
Every new season we do our best to curate the massive wave of new TV anime, so you know which projects don’t only have interesting premises, but also the staff to allow them to flourish and an environment where production isn’t at risk of crashing. Many interesting creators have gathered this season on projects you might not have paid attention to, so don’t miss this special feature!
There’s plenty to cover this time as we go through the last episodes that wrapped up Apocrypha‘s first cours. Story developments, a look into the staff’s continued attention to detail, as well as insight into the state of the production itself as it makes its way into the second cours!