For the second week of the run of the Fairy Tail anime's 19th ending, TOKYO GIRLS' STYLE's "Never ever," season manga author Hiro Mashima posted some ideas he tried out, which he admits might have gotten a bit to etchi. Get a look after the jump.
This year's Weekly Shonen Magazine #17 is a big one for Fairy Tail as the issue features special bonus "FAIRY TAIL of the DEAD MEEEEEEEEEN," which will be getting an anime adaptation on the 28th, as well as the announcement of cast additions for spring anime adaptation of Tartaurus Arc, including its Nine Demon Gates. See who's who after the jump.
It's here! Or, at least on the Fairy Tail website. A promo has been posted for spring anticipated spring adaptation of the "Tartarus Arc" has been posted. Get a look after the jump.
It's a holiday, at least in the East Asian countries in which couples participate in White Day. So, it must be time to check Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima's Twitter for his celebration of the day to reciprocate Valentine's gifts. Check it out after the jump.
This week's Fairy Tail anime series 2 episode 48 offered a Kagura version of the ending, and among the folks that it... err... inspired, was manga author Hiro Mashima. As a result, he was tempted to offer his take on the bikini illustration. Get a look after the jump.
Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima has a lot to be excited about. He's got the anime adaptation of the "Tartarus Arc" coming this spring. There's the manga special “FAIRY TAIL of the DEAD MEEEEEEEEEN” next week, and its adaptation the following. He's also trying to figure out how to fit Metal Gear Solid V into his schedule. All that said, he tries to dial it down bit with his latest sketch post.
It is confirmed today that Johnny & Associates' boys idol duo Tackey & Tsubasa provides their new song "Yumeiiro Graffiti" as the new OP theme for the Fairy Tail TV anime series. The 19th OP song will be featured from April to June. Hit the jump for more details.