Kodansha Comics has announced plans to publish a Fairy Tail Master’s Edition collection in North America this October. Along the lines of their Attack on Titan: Colossal Edition, the Master’s Edition will collect the first five volumes of the manga in a large-sized, high-quality paper package for $39.99. More after the jump.
Fairy Tail is celebrating its Ryuo Festival today at Yomiuri Hall with appearances by the cast. Along with officially announcing the second anime movie, and an OVA adapting the "Fairy Penalty Game" story from the Magazine Special August 2013 issue, a new visual was unveiled, hyping the Tartarus story arc that starts May 23rd with the 234th episode of the TV anime.
Next week's issue of Shonen Magazine is set to announced that a second anime movie based on Hiro Mashima's Fairy Tail is being developed. The ongoing fantasy mnanga series has been adapted into two TV anime, as well as 2012's Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess anime feature. More after the jump.
Don't worry quite yet. It doesn't looking like manga author Hiro Mashima's output is going to be impeded as he tries to feed a Loveca habit, but the creator of Fairy Tail has been exposed to Love Live! His first reaction was to praise its cute character designs. Pressed by Love Livers for more impressions, he admitted an affection for a certain black twintailed girl, especially finding her kendo cosplay cute.
Koinobori, or "carp streamer," are flown on Japan's May 5th Children's Day (formerly Boy's Day) to evoke the energy of the spirited fish. Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima used them as the subject of his holiday sketch. Then, things got weird with his latest posts. Get a look after the jump.
Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima is at it again, posting more sketches to Twitter. He's returned to a fan-favorite subject; namely cute guys. Well, that and new gender-swap art (previously the inspiration for sketches back in 2012). Get a look after the jump.
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.