At this week's Anime Expo, Funimation outlined their upcoming theatrical screening plans. Next up is Genocidal Organ, the final anime adaptation of Project Itoh's sci-fi work. That's on July 12 and 13. Fairy Tail anime movie Dragon Cry is also scheduled for this summer. Then, Eureka Seven returns in Hi-Evolution. More after the jump.
While Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima polishes off the final episode, he did find some time to illustrate a tribute to another holiday. September 1 is Gray Day, October 2nd is Juvia Day, June 4 is Lucy Day, and July 2 is.... Natsu Day! See how he celebrated after the jump.
This spring, volume 61 of Fairy Tail hit Japanese book shelves with the news that the manga will be wrapping up in about two volumes. Well, now there's no denying that the end is near as Mashima has posted a look at the start work on "The Final Chapter." More after the jump.
Hiro Mashima's Fairy Tail manga is drawing close to its conclusion. Volume 61 was released in Japan on May 17th. Its North American release is scheduled for July 25th (also, 62 for September 26 and 63 for November 28th). Through Wednesday, July 5th, a large partof this is available very cheap in DRM-free digital format. More after the jump.
It's June 4th, which is another of the calendar's big Fairy Tail holidays. July 2nd is Natsu Day, September 1 is Gray Day, October 2nd is Juvia Day, and June 4 is... Lucy Day! Every year, author Hiro Mashima makes sure to give LH her due. Check out this year's after the jump.
This week, volume 61 of Fairy Tail hit Japanese book shelf and, with it, the official arrival of the news that the manga will be wrapping up in about two volumes. Always a fan-pleaser, author Hiro Mashima hopped on Twitter to tell reader that, though the original series is almost over, it doesn't spell the end of their favorite guild. There are various other projects to look forward to.
Funimation recently announced that new anime movie Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry is coming soon to theaters in North America. and, on May 20th, Anime Central attendees will get a chance to see the subtitled premiere at 5:30PM. In Australia and New Zealand, Madman has their limited theatrical release scheduled out. They has also posted an English subtitled version of the second trailer. Get a look after the jump.
Funimation has announced that new anime movie Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry is coming soon to theaters in North America. On May 20th, Anime Central attendees will get a chance to see the subtitled premiere at 5:30PM in Panel Room 1. Attendees will also get an 18″ x 24″ poster of the image above! But make sure to arrive early because there is only room for 870.