History Manga / FairyTail

19th Aug '17 8:13:11 PM skymadian
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Fairy Tail likewise got a couple of movies. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ryTO5WKRYc The first]], ''Anime/FairyTailTheMoviePhoenixPriestess'', was released in 2012 (with the dub following in 2013). A second anime film ''[[Anime/FairyTailDragonCry Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry]]'' was released on May 6th, 2017 in Japan. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-05-11/hiro-mashima-fairy-tail-manga-to-end-in-2-more-volumes/.115944 Not long after, an announcement also revealed that the current arc will be the series' last.]]

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Fairy Tail likewise got a couple of movies. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ryTO5WKRYc The first]], ''Anime/FairyTailTheMoviePhoenixPriestess'', was released in 2012 (with the dub following in 2013). A second anime film ''[[Anime/FairyTailDragonCry Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry]]'' was released on May 6th, 2017 in Japan.Japan (with the dub following in August of the same year). [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-05-11/hiro-mashima-fairy-tail-manga-to-end-in-2-more-volumes/.115944 Not long after, an announcement also revealed that the current arc will be the series' last.]]
16th Aug '17 2:51:11 PM superslinger2007
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Launched in 2006 by Hiro Mashima, the man behind ''Manga/RaveMaster'', ''Fairy Tail'' consists of more than 60 manga volumes, proving itself among the more successful long-running {{shonen}} series. The manga was adapted into an anime in 2009, with [[DuelingDubs two English dubs]] produced by Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/{{Animax}}. The show was put on hiatus in March 2013, totaling 175 episodes (not including OVA episodes), but later relaunched in April 2014 with a new animation studio (working alongside the already established A-1 Pictures) and director. The continuation itself would end upon reaching its 102nd episode (277 episodes, in relation with the previous show), but there are already plans for a another one, with Mashima himself at the head [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-20/fairy-tail-tv-anime-gets-final-season-in-2018/.119087 as it was soon announced that the anime would continue for a final season in 2018.]]

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Launched in 2006 by Hiro Mashima, the man behind ''Manga/RaveMaster'', ''Fairy Tail'' consists of more than 60 manga volumes, proving itself among the more successful long-running {{shonen}} series. The manga was adapted into an anime in 2009, with [[DuelingDubs two English dubs]] produced by Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/{{Animax}}. The show was put on hiatus in March 2013, totaling 175 episodes (not including OVA episodes), but later relaunched in April 2014 with a new animation studio (working alongside the already established A-1 Pictures) and director. The continuation itself would end upon reaching its 102nd episode (277 episodes, in relation with the previous show), but there are already plans for a another one, with Mashima himself at the head [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-20/fairy-tail-tv-anime-gets-final-season-in-2018/.119087 as it was soon announced that the anime would continue for a final season in 2018.]]
5th Aug '17 8:39:36 AM Xarvyn
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Launched in 2006 by Hiro Mashima, the man behind ''Manga/RaveMaster'', ''Fairy Tail'' currently consists of more than 60 manga volumes, proving itself among the more successful long-running {{shonen}} series. The manga was adapted into an anime in 2009, with [[DuelingDubs two English dubs]] produced by Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/{{Animax}}. The show was put on hiatus in March 2013, totaling 175 episodes (not including OVA episodes), but later relaunched in April 2014 with a new animation studio (working alongside the already established A-1 Pictures) and director. The continuation itself would end upon reaching its 102nd episode (277 episodes, in relation with the previous show), but there are already plans for a another one, with Mashima himself at the head [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-20/fairy-tail-tv-anime-gets-final-season-in-2018/.119087 as it was soon announced that the anime would continue for a final season in 2018.]]

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Launched in 2006 by Hiro Mashima, the man behind ''Manga/RaveMaster'', ''Fairy Tail'' currently consists of more than 60 manga volumes, proving itself among the more successful long-running {{shonen}} series. The manga was adapted into an anime in 2009, with [[DuelingDubs two English dubs]] produced by Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/{{Animax}}. The show was put on hiatus in March 2013, totaling 175 episodes (not including OVA episodes), but later relaunched in April 2014 with a new animation studio (working alongside the already established A-1 Pictures) and director. The continuation itself would end upon reaching its 102nd episode (277 episodes, in relation with the previous show), but there are already plans for a another one, with Mashima himself at the head [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-20/fairy-tail-tv-anime-gets-final-season-in-2018/.119087 as it was soon announced that the anime would continue for a final season in 2018.]]
5th Aug '17 8:36:13 AM Xarvyn
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Fairy Tail likewise got a couple of movies. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ryTO5WKRYc The first]], ''Anime/FairyTailTheMoviePhoenixPriestess'', was released in 2012 (with the dub following in 2013). A second anime film ''[[Anime/FairyTailDragonCry Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry]]'' was released on May 6th, 2017 in Japan. Not long after, an announcement also revealed that the current arc will be the series' last.

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Fairy Tail likewise got a couple of movies. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ryTO5WKRYc The first]], ''Anime/FairyTailTheMoviePhoenixPriestess'', was released in 2012 (with the dub following in 2013). A second anime film ''[[Anime/FairyTailDragonCry Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry]]'' was released on May 6th, 2017 in Japan. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-05-11/hiro-mashima-fairy-tail-manga-to-end-in-2-more-volumes/.115944 Not long after, an announcement also revealed that the current arc will be the series' last.
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5th Aug '17 8:25:38 AM Xarvyn
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Not to be confused with the FairyTale genre (The author has stated since the beginning that the spelling of the name ''is'' intentional), [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in Fairy Tail Zero.

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Not to be confused with the FairyTale genre (The (the author has stated since the beginning that the spelling of the name ''is'' intentional), [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in Fairy Tail Zero.
5th Aug '17 8:25:12 AM Xarvyn
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Not to be confused with the FairyTale genre (by the way, the author has stated since the beginning that the spelling of the name ''is'' intentional), [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in Fairy Tail Zero.

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Not to be confused with the FairyTale genre (by the way, the (The author has stated since the beginning that the spelling of the name ''is'' intentional), [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in Fairy Tail Zero.
5th Aug '17 8:07:36 AM Xarvyn
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Launched in 2006 by Hiro Mashima, the man behind ''Manga/RaveMaster'', ''Fairy Tail'' currently consists of more than 60 manga volumes, proving itself among the more successful long-running {{shonen}} series. The manga was adapted into an anime in 2009, with [[DuelingDubs two English dubs]] produced by Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/{{Animax}}. The show was put on hiatus in March 2013, totaling 175 episodes (not including OVA episodes), but later relaunched in April 2014 with a new animation studio (working alongside the already established A-1 Pictures) and director. The continuation itself would end upon reaching its 102nd episode (277 episodes, in relation with the previous show), but there are already plans for a another one, with Mashima himself at the head. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-20/fairy-tail-tv-anime-gets-final-season-in-2018/.119087 It was soon announced the anime would continue for a final season in 2018.]]

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Launched in 2006 by Hiro Mashima, the man behind ''Manga/RaveMaster'', ''Fairy Tail'' currently consists of more than 60 manga volumes, proving itself among the more successful long-running {{shonen}} series. The manga was adapted into an anime in 2009, with [[DuelingDubs two English dubs]] produced by Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/{{Animax}}. The show was put on hiatus in March 2013, totaling 175 episodes (not including OVA episodes), but later relaunched in April 2014 with a new animation studio (working alongside the already established A-1 Pictures) and director. The continuation itself would end upon reaching its 102nd episode (277 episodes, in relation with the previous show), but there are already plans for a another one, with Mashima himself at the head. head [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-20/fairy-tail-tv-anime-gets-final-season-in-2018/.119087 It as it was soon announced that the anime would continue for a final season in 2018.]]
5th Aug '17 8:02:24 AM Xarvyn
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Launched in 2006 by Hiro Mashima, the man behind ''Manga/RaveMaster'', ''Fairy Tail'' currently consists of more than 60 manga volumes, proving itself among the more successful long-running {{shonen}} series. The manga was adapted into an anime in 2009, with [[DuelingDubs two English dubs]] produced by Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/{{Animax}}. The show was put on hiatus in March 2013, totaling 175 episodes (not including OVA episodes), but later relaunched in April 2014 with a new animation studio (working alongside the already established A-1 Pictures) and director. The new show itself would be cancelled upon reaching its 102nd episode (277 episodes, in relation with the previous show), but there are already plans for a new one, with Mashima himself at the head. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-20/fairy-tail-tv-anime-gets-final-season-in-2018/.119087 It was soon announced the anime would continue for a final season in 2018.]]

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Launched in 2006 by Hiro Mashima, the man behind ''Manga/RaveMaster'', ''Fairy Tail'' currently consists of more than 60 manga volumes, proving itself among the more successful long-running {{shonen}} series. The manga was adapted into an anime in 2009, with [[DuelingDubs two English dubs]] produced by Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/{{Animax}}. The show was put on hiatus in March 2013, totaling 175 episodes (not including OVA episodes), but later relaunched in April 2014 with a new animation studio (working alongside the already established A-1 Pictures) and director. The new show continuation itself would be cancelled end upon reaching its 102nd episode (277 episodes, in relation with the previous show), but there are already plans for a new another one, with Mashima himself at the head. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-20/fairy-tail-tv-anime-gets-final-season-in-2018/.119087 It was soon announced the anime would continue for a final season in 2018.]]
5th Aug '17 7:48:10 AM Xarvyn
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Launched in 2006 by Hiro Mashima, the man behind ''Manga/RaveMaster'', ''Fairy Tail'' currently consists of more than 60 manga volumes, proving itself among the more successful long-running {{shonen}} series. The manga was adapted into an anime in 2009, with [[DuelingDubs two English dubs]] produced by Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/{{Animax}}. The show was put on hiatus in March 2013, totaling 175 episodes (not including OVA episodes), but later relaunched in April 2014 with a new animation studio and director. The new show itself would be cancelled upon reaching its 102nd episode (277 episodes, in relation with the previous show), but there are already plans for a new one, with Mashima himself at the head. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-20/fairy-tail-tv-anime-gets-final-season-in-2018/.119087 It was soon announced the anime would continue for a final season in 2018.]]

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Launched in 2006 by Hiro Mashima, the man behind ''Manga/RaveMaster'', ''Fairy Tail'' currently consists of more than 60 manga volumes, proving itself among the more successful long-running {{shonen}} series. The manga was adapted into an anime in 2009, with [[DuelingDubs two English dubs]] produced by Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/{{Animax}}. The show was put on hiatus in March 2013, totaling 175 episodes (not including OVA episodes), but later relaunched in April 2014 with a new animation studio (working alongside the already established A-1 Pictures) and director. The new show itself would be cancelled upon reaching its 102nd episode (277 episodes, in relation with the previous show), but there are already plans for a new one, with Mashima himself at the head. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-07-20/fairy-tail-tv-anime-gets-final-season-in-2018/.119087 It was soon announced the anime would continue for a final season in 2018.]]
24th Jul '17 7:56:27 PM Compucles
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Fairy Tail likewise got a few movies. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ryTO5WKRYc The first]], ''Anime/FairyTailTheMoviePhoenixPriestess'', was released in 2012 (with the dub following in 2013). A second anime film ''[[Anime/FairyTailDragonCry Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry]]'' was released on May 6th, 2017 in Japan. Not long after, an announcement also revealed that the current arc will be the series' last.

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Fairy Tail likewise got a few couple of movies. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ryTO5WKRYc The first]], ''Anime/FairyTailTheMoviePhoenixPriestess'', was released in 2012 (with the dub following in 2013). A second anime film ''[[Anime/FairyTailDragonCry Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry]]'' was released on May 6th, 2017 in Japan. Not long after, an announcement also revealed that the current arc will be the series' last.
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