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Fairy Tail: the trailer for the great tribute in Japan to celebrate the end of the manga

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Published on Nov 23, 2017

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As reported at the beginning of the month, to celebrate the end of Fairy Tail, the famous manga fantasy written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima for long 11 years, Kodansha (publishing house that published the work) has asked the fans from all over the world to send messages of thanks in such a way that the latter are transmitted in the huge panel dedicated to the manga and the dialogues of the characters of the anime.

The great tribute to the manga of Mashima, titled “FAIRY TAIL world " message art”, will be held until Sunday, 26 November 2017 and the messages will be transmitted at the JR Shibuya Station in Tokyo.

Also you can you hope to see in Japan your message. Here for the rules!

Through its official profile on YouTube, more, Kodansha has posted a video from the 90 seconds that announces the initiative and show the great mural which will be transmitted the messages.

The last volume of the manga, the number 63, is available for purchase in Japan and, below, you can see the cover shared by the author through their profile, the official Twitter (the cover is to the left and to the center):

17日、FAIRY TAIL最終63巻発売です。 pic.twitter.com/Pr4f94BlnU

— 真島ヒロ (@hiro_mashima) November 16, 2017

Hiro Mashima has announced that the latest season of the animated series based on Fairy Tail will be aired on TV in Japan in 2018.

With 11 years of serialization, Fairy Tail ends with 545 chapters and 63 volumes. The work debuted on the pages of the weekly Shonen Magazine published by Kodansha on 23 August 2006.

In Italy, the manga is published by Editions Star Comics with 50 titles published. From the 3rd of October is available at the 52° book in all the bookstores and comics stores of our country.

The manga has given rise to numerous spin-offs, including the prequel to Fairy Tail Zero, and has inspired two animated series for television, several OVA's and a movie for the cinema; the second animated feature film, Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry, released in japanese cinemas on the 6th of may. Also announced a new animation project for tv.

In Italy, the animated series was partially broadcast by Rai 4.

Source: CR

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