Cover image for Fairy Tail. 35
Title:
Fairy Tail. 35
Author:
Mashima, Hiro, 1977- author, illustrator.
Uniform Title:
Fearī teiru. English
Edition:
English edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Kodansha Comics, an imprint of Kodansha USA Publishing, LLC, [2014]
Physical Description:
187 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 19 cm
Summary:
When Minerva of Saber Tooth sadistically thrashes Lucy to within an inch of her life, Fairy Tail vows vengeance! Their chance comes at the climax of the fourth day's events. It's Natsu and Gajeel vs. Sting and Rogue, the old dragon slayers against the new! Can the stadium contain the sheer power of these wizards' fire and iron?
General Note:
Translation of: Fearī teiru.

Parallel title in Japanese characters.

"First published in Japan in 2012 by Kodansha Ltd., Tokyo"--Colophon.

"A Kodansha Comics Trade Paperback Original"--Colophon.

Book reads from right to left in the traditional Japanese format.
Language:
English
Added Author:
ISBN:
9781612624129
Format :
Book

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Fairy Tail takes place in a world filled with magic. 17-year-old Lucy is an attractive mage-in-training who wants to join a magician's guild so that she can become a full-fledged magician. The guild she dreams about joining is the most famous in the world and it is known as the Fairy Tail. One day she meets Natsu, a boy raised by a Dragon who mysteriously left him when he was young. When Natsu helps Lucy out of a tricky situation, she discovers that he is a member of the Fairy Tail magician's guild and the heroes' adventure together begins.


Author Notes

"Hiro Mashima was born May 3, 1977, in Japan's Nagano prefecture. His series Rave Master has made him one of the most popular manga artists in America. Fairy Tail, currently being serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine, is his latest creation."