Fate/Zero Manga Ends



14th Volume To Be It's Last

The 13th volume of artist Shinjirō's Fate/Zero manga announced on Saturday that the manga will end in its 14th volume, which is slated to ship in 2017.

Shinjirō began the manga in Kadokawa's Young Ace magazine in 2011. The Fate/Zero TV anime aired that same year.

The anime and manga adapt the prequel Fate/Zero light novel series by Gen Urobuchi (Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Phantom - The Animation, Blassreiter) to Type-Moon's Fate/stay night visual novel software. The story is set a decade before Fate/stay night and reveals the 4th Holy Grail War that sets the stage for the war in the visual novel.

Dark Horse Comics licensed the manga in 2014, and released the manga's third compiled volume in October.

Aniplex of America previously released the Fate/Zero anime in North America in two Blu-ray Disc box sets that were imports of the Japanese release with English subtitles and a translation booklet. The company then followed up the release with a new Blu-ray Disc box set with an English dub that shipped in November 2013. Fate/Zero streamed on Neon Alley with an English dub, and the series streamed on Crunchyroll as it aired.​