Fate/stay night Heaven’s Feel is broken up into a trilogy of movies by ufotabe rather than the traditional anime series treatment. This may be due in part to the fact that Heaven’s Feel has some of the most adult content in the Fate/stay night series. Fate/stay night Heaven’s feel premiering in North America just shows how much anime has become a cornerstone of our society. The Fate series is also immensely popular in both Japan and the United States. There has even been a video game based on the series on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch called Fate/extella¬†Umbral Star, which we’ll cover here in the near future.

Tickets for the showing are being priced at $25 a pop and went on sale September 30, 2017. The event is being held at the Ace Hotel theater in downtown Los Angeles and will include guest appearances and a live talk session. There will also be special giveaways and merchandise available to those who attend.

To me, Heaven’s Feel follows through on more of the plot points from Fate/Zero, which is my favorite anime ever. So. I’m pretty excited nonetheless. Tickets are available as supplies last, so, make sure to get yours as soon as you can and don’t miss this masterpiece!

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