Along with the conclusion of the Fairy Tail manga and author Hiro Mashima's plan to attend New York Comic Con in October, Kodansha Comics has announced plans for a new release of his earlier fantasy action manga Rave Master. The series ran 35 volumes from 1999-2005 in Weekly Shonen Magazine and was released in North America by Tokyopop and Del Rey.
Once just a boy with a dream, his team of assistants now refer to him as superman. Hiro Mashima was a break-out talent who published his first manga in Weekly Shonen Magazine at only 21 years of age. An unapologetic lover of action whose manga build up speed and never let off the gas, check out what it means to have true guts after the jump!
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. Get a look after the jump.
Ever since he started tweeting in early May, Fairy Tail creator Hiro Mashima has been posting various sketches and random drawings on the service. See a few after the jump!