Hiro Mashima, creator of the original Fairy Tail manga, received a great honor at the 45th Angoulême International Comics Festival. In addition to presenting him with the Fauve Special Award, the festival is currently host to an exhibition of his work from January 25 to 28. Read on for pics and more!
2017 has been a big year for manga author Hiro Mashima, who ended his popular Fairy Tail manga after an 11-year run. That doesn't mean it's time to relax, though. Mashima hopped on Twitter to share a '2017 Thank You' illustration, along with the promise that he plans to work hard on a new manga. Read on for more.
It's been a big year for Fairy Tail with the July conclusion to Hiro Mashima's manga and May's Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry anime movie. 2018 will have a third TV anime to look forward to. In the mean time, as you've come to expect, Mashima hit Twitter with his latest holiday art. Get a look after the jump.
In commemoration of the conclusion of Hiro Mashima's internationally popular fantasy action manga series Fairy Tail, Kodansha asked the fans all over world to send their messages, and the "FAIRY TAIL world message art" also featuring the manga's famous panels and character dialog are now displayed at the JR Shibuya Station in Tokyo. Let's find your message in a video report after the jump!
Things have gotten a bit weird from Hiro Mashima since Fairy Tail ended. Well, maybe not THAT much weirder history considered. Still, there was a decidely kinky direction to this week's post-Halloween Twitter posts. Get a look after the jump.
It's time for the gangs to gather for their final farewells. Having recently wrapped up their serialized runs, Hiro Mashima's Fairy Tail and Shinobu Ohtaka's Magi have final volumes coming soon - with cover previews now spotted. Asato Mizu's Denkigai no Honya-san, inspiration for the 2014 anime, is also wrapping up its run this weekend. Check out the art after the jump.