Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima had a lot to share with his fans this week. Mostly hotness. A little bored and looking for inspiration, he had plenty to post this week. Get a look after the jump.
To promote the ongoing Japanese tour, the official YouTube channel for Live Fantasy Fairy Tail, the stage play adaptation of Hiro Mashima's action fantasy manga, has posted a 80-second digest video introducing the performance by the cast on stage. In addition, you can check a four-minute dress rehearsal video provided by Theater Clip after the jump.
Japan is set to get new Marvel Comics-based Captain America: Civil War on April 29th, ahead of the US May 6th opening, and after taking part in a roster of Weekly Shonen Magazine authors paying tribute to the clash of super-heroes, Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima is back with new Captain America versus Iron Man art. Get a look after the jump.
Hiro Mashima is at it again! Without offering much context, the Fairy Tail author posted a set of new sketches to Twitter today, playing around with the looks of three of the action fantasy's popular leads. Get a look after the jump.
On Friday, Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima caught a perfomance of the stage adaptation of Charles Dickens' The Mystery of Edwin Drood featuring, to his amusement, none other than Lucy Heartfilia voice actress Aya Hirano. Then, without offering much in the way of context, he kicked off the business week with a social media post of a short story featuring an alternate, Stone Age version of his leads.
Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima rarely misses a holiday, but with April Fool's things got a bit scrambled, targets got missed and the results were perplexing, even to him. Still, fans won't want to miss what he put together. Get a look after the jump.
Japan is set to get new Marvel Comics-based Captain America: Civil War on April 29th, ahead of the US May 6th opening. Weekly Shonen Magazine will clear the path with its own clash of heroes in the 2016 issue 20, on sale April 13th. The protagonists of Hiro Mashima's Fairy Tail, Nakaba Suzuki's Seven Deadly Sins and Yuji Terajima's Ace of the Diamond draw Civil War inspired battle lines in a trio of visuals.
On the heels on announcing seven new manga licenses on Tuesday, Kodansha returned for five more, featuring upcoming releases from popular creators (Shaman King's Hiroyuki Takei), series (Parasyte, Fairy Tail) and subjects (monster girls). Get the details after the jump.