Fairy Tail, is the end of the manga Happy no Daiboken
Through its Twitter profile, the official Kenshiro Sakamoto, the author well-known in Italy for his Buster Keel, published by Edizioni Star Comics, has announced that it will end its manga spin-off Fairy Tail – Happy no Daiboken (Fairy Tail – The Great Adventure of Happy) on April 2, 2020.
本日、"FAIRY TAIL ハッピーの大冒険"更新です！
よろしくお願いします！#FAIRYTAIL #マガポケ #ハッピーの大冒険 pic.twitter.com/dVljZihTpC
— 坂本憲司郎 (@sakamotokenken) March 25, 2020
The teacher Sakamoto he started the serialization of the series in July 2018 on the Magazine app Pocket of Kodansha; the manga has been collected in paper volumes up to the number 4, released on the 9th of October last, and containing the end of the first part of the work.
Volume 5, released 17 January 2020, the publishing is only digital.
Fairy Tail – Happy no Daiboken follows the story of Happy, summoned to another world as a hero. The inhabitants of that world are animals and Happy you found them, guided by a mysterious heart talking; can he make it back to Natsu and the other guild members?
Hiro Mashima has published Fairy Tail on the Weekly Shonen Magazine of Kodansha from 2006 to 2017; he is currently working with Edens Zero and Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest.
His works are published by Star Comics in Italy.
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