FAIRY TAIL Creator Hiro Mashima Teases What's Next For His Beloved Shonen Series

FAIRY TAIL Creator Hiro Mashima Teases What's Next For His Beloved Shonen Series

Recently, it was revealed that Fairy Tail would be concluding in two more volumes but could there be a spinoff in the works à la Boruto: Naruto Next Generations? Read on for clues.

A new Tweet from Fairy Tail manga creator Hiro Mashima teases that even though the main manga is concluding soon, there's still more stories from that world to be told.  

Mashima's Tweet reads, "Even though the original manga is ending, I don't think Fairy Tail is done just yet. I have a lot of plans, so please look forward to them."

The 61st volume of Fairy Tail was just released in Japan this past Wednesday.  The 63rd volume will see the series come to an end after 11 years and 600+ chapters.  During this span, over 60 million copies of the manga have been printed worldwide.

In the mystical land of Fiore, magic exists as an essential part of everyday life. Countless magic guilds lie at the core of all magical activity, and serve as venues for like-minded mages to band together and take on job requests. Among them, Fairy Tail stands out from the rest as a place of strength, spirit, and family.

Lucy Heartfilia is a young mage searching for celestial gate keys, and her dream is to become a full-fledged wizard by joining this famous guild. In her search, she runs into Natsu Dragneel and his partner Happy, who are on a quest to find Natsu's foster father, the dragon Igneel.

Upon being tricked by a man, Lucy falls under an abduction attempt, only to be saved by Natsu. To her shock, he reveals that he is a member of Fairy Tail and invites her to join them. There, Lucy meets the guild's strange members, such as the ice wizard Gray Fullbuster and magic swordswoman Erza Scarlet. Together as a family, they battle the forces of evil, help those in need, and gain new friends, all the while enjoying the never-ending adventure that is Fairy Tail.
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