?Fairy Tail Zero? TV Adaptation Confirmed: Characters, Plot And Everything We Know So Far The Manga?s Prequel

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?Fairy Tail? fans are in for a treat as a TV anime adaptation for ?Fairy Tail Zero? has been announced along with some of the amazing cast members who will star in the adaptation of Hiro Mashima?s prequel manga. If you?ve ever wondered how the Fairy Tail guild started and how they came to become one of the craziest and coolest people to hang around, then you?ll want to have a look at the first official poster of the prequel manga:

Fairy Tail Zero

The tagline on the upper right reads, ?The beginning of many things! The adventure guided by magic and companions??

Fairy Tail Zero

Check out the cast and characters:

Mavis: Mamiko Noto

Yury Dreyar: Katsuyuki Konishi

Precht Gaebolg: Yoshihis Kawahara

Warrod Sequen: Hiroshi Shirokuma

Zeref: Akira Ishida

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Kodansha Comics has announced that ?Fairy Tail Zero? will be released in North America summer 2016. The description by Kodansha reads:

Announcing: Fairy Tail Zero!

This is it: The Fairy Tail prequel fans have been waiting for! Series creator Hiro Mashima himself draws an all-new series that depicts the founding of the Fairy Tail guild.

Many years ago, Mavis Vermilion was a servant on Sirius Island, mistreated by a guild master and his daughter, Zera. But Mavis stayed positive, because her mother once told her that fairies never visit people who cry about their problems. When the guild came under attack, Mavis pulled Zera from the wreckage into the forest. Seven years went by, and the powerful wizards Warrod Sequen, Precht, and Yuri Dreyer arrived on the island, seeking a powerful jade gemstone. This journey would change the course of magical history?

Mashima?s ?Fairy Tail? manga has received positive reviews throughout the country and has inspired a number of spin-off mangas, series, and movies. The creator previously launched Fairy Tail Zero manga in the first issue of Monthly Fairy Tail last July 2014 and ended the manga in the magazine?s 13th and final issue on July 17, posted by Anime News Network.

What do you think about Fairy Tail Zero having its own anime adaptation? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Source: Anime News Network, Crunchyroll

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