Type-Moon Reveals 3 New Fate/Grand Order Manga
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The first manga is Fate/type Redline, a remake by Ryoji Hirano (BOZEBEATS) of Keikenchi's Koha Ace GO Teito Seihai Kitan comedy spinoff manga that was published in Kadokawa's Comptiq magazine in 2015.
The original manga is set in 1945, and involves agents of the Imperial Japanese Army, the Church, and the Third Reich in control of Servants in pursuit of the Holy Grail. The manga features new Masters, including Kanata Akagi (first image below), an heir to a declining line of mages, and Tsukumo Fujimiya (second image), a mage who was supposed to participate in the Holy Grail War and summon a Saber-class servant. Notably, the original story line featured characters from Tsukihime, including Kohaku, who also intended to summon the Saber-class servant Altria, but instead summoned Okita Sōji.
The second manga is Fate/Grand Order From Lostbelt by Nakatani. The manga is an anthology story centering on the Crypters, the betrayer agents of Chaldea that are the center of the Fate/Grand Order smartphone game's "Lostbelt" story line.
Denpa announced that it will publish Nakatani's Fate/Grand Order: Chaldea Scrapbook (Fate/Grand Order: Chaldea Scrap) manga, a similar omnibus story focusing on characters from the Chaldea organization.
The third manga is Fate/Grand Order Eirei Shokubunroku by Makoto Tokoma. The manga focuses on Fujimura and Mash trying out real recipes and dishes from across history.
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