If you have been waiting for the official date for the next Kara no Kyoukai movie, your wait is over — also, you have another movie (well, a shorter one) to look forward to.
At the Machi Asobi event that opened on Friday, animation studio ufotable announced that Kara no Kyoukai: Fukan Fuukei 3D, the 3D version of Type-Moon’s first Kara no Kyoukai film from 2008, will be released in theatres on July 13.
But that’s not all! ufotable also revealed a movie based on another of Type-Moon’s works. Can you figure out what it is by looking at this poster?
… Oh, wait. You can just barely see it, but in the lower right corner, there is an announcement for a movie adaptation of Fate/Zero Cafe.
If you’re a Type-Moon fan and have never heard of Fate/Zero Cafe, don’t be too hard on yourself. Fate/Zero Cafe is a spin-off 4-panel manga in which the characters of Fate/Zero run a cafe and are drawn super-deformed. The manga is made by ufotable and has been running in Monthly Newtype since last August.
It seems like a far cry from the serious Kara no Kyoukai series, but you don’t need to worry about paying for a separate ticket, because both Kara no Kyoukai: Fukan Fuukei 3D and Fate/Zero Cafe will be screened together.
Also coming this autumn is Kara no Kyoukai: Mirai Fukuin, the brand new movie and epilogue, so this will be a good year for fans of the Kara no Kyoukai series.