This week, Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima presented a few fun sketches on Twitter. Unlike some past occasions, he wasn't experimenting with any artistic approach or playing around with any design themes, but just riffing on an idea that occurred to him. Still, fans should enjoy the results. Get a look after the jump.
With presales open ahead of a December 10th release, FUNimation has posted a preview for the Hiro Mashima planned Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess anime movie. In it, original character Éclair is voiced by Jessica Calvello, Momon is voiced by Tiffany Grant and Cream is voiced by Scott Zenreich. Pantherlily also joins the cast with Rick Keeling providing the English voice. Get a look at the promo after the jump.
Retails are now listing that FUNimation will release the Hiro Mashima plotted Fairy Tail the Movie: The Phoenix Priestess anime movie on December 10th. Also due in December, X PLUS has a Lucy Heartfilia figure coming for 6500yen. This, plus more hints and sketches from author Hiro Mashima after the jump.
Hiro Mashima, the original manga creator of RAVE and Fairy Tail, drew the cover illustrations for the upcoming vocaloild compilation singles "PASSING DAYS" and "COMING DAYS." His illustration is also featured in the promotional video for DECO*27 x 40mP's "HOME feat. Hatsune Miku." Check Mashima's Miku and the video after the jump!
In April, Fairy Tail manga author Hiro Mashima announced on Twitter that an anime adaptation of the series' crossover with earlier manga Rave will be packaged with a limited edition of Fairy Tail's 39th volume in August. With less than a month to go, a preview has been posted. Get a look after the jump.
A couple of our favorite manga auther/social media stars have gotten into the spirit of the season. Shochu-mimai are summer greeting cards, sent in Japan between July and August 7.There's also zansho-mimai, sent from August 8th to the end of the month. Beyond Tweeting that he's been "meeting of the new anime project," Fairy Tail's amori has some adorable work of her own. Get a look after the jump.posted a set of eight shochu-mimai. Meanwhile, YuruYuri author N
A magazine and manga author Hiro Mashima are both announcing that the Fairy Tail anime is set to return. Mashima Tweeted on July 11th "I will start the sequel of the anime." More after the jump.