Tag Archives: Fairy Tail

Fairy Tail x Humble Bundle: Get $600+ of digital manga by paying what you want until July 5

Today we here at Kodansha Comics are proud to present the Humble Manga Bundle: Fairy Tail in partnership with our good pals at Humble Bundle. We are offering $600+ worth of digital manga, including the first freakin' 45 volumes of the hit shonen manga by Hiro Mashima and all the spin-off series from the world of Fairy Tail! Name your […]

Manga Vacation Week #2: new 99-cent digital volume 1s this week Dec 27-Jan 3!

Have a Nice Manga Vacation! This week, we're offering Fairy Tail, Parasyte, and other classic Kodansha Comics digital volume 1s for only 99 cents! But hurry! This offer lasts December 27 through January 3 at all of our digital retail partners: BookWalker, comiXology, iBooks, Kindle, Kobo, and nook. Where do you want to go for your manga vacation? […]

Kodansha Comics Gift Guide Part 4: Your New Favorite Shonen

Kodansha Comics Gift Guide Are you looking for the perfect gift for your manga loving friends and family? It can be hard to choose in a sea of series, but this year we’ve got you covered with curated selections for everyone on your list!   Part IV: Your New Favorite Shonen Shonen – action filled, […]

February 23 New Releases: Fairy Tail, Noragami, LDK, Say I Love You + more

New manga this week! Let's take a look at what's new to both brick+mortar and digital bookshelves … New volumes from two of Kodansha Comics' all-time hits, Fairy Tail by Hiro Mashima (check out his recently posted interview and sketch video here) and Tsubasa by CLAMP. Also Volume 11 from relative newbie, but no less a sensation, Noragami: Stray God by […]

Creator Spotlight: Hiro Mashima (Fairy Tail)

Fairy Tail fans! Here's a few long-awaited features on one of the greatest manga artists from Kodansha Comics, Hiro Mashima! Interview: Hiro Mashima on Fairy Tail Have you ever wondered what the creator of your favorite manga is like in person? You won't be disappointed with the way Mashima-sensei is after reading this exclusive interview. Read […]

Watch Hiro Mashima drawing Fairy Tail characters! (and win this autograph!)

As a part of the Hiro Mashima Creator Spotlight, here's a rare video of Mashima-sensei drawing and coloring Natsu and Happy from Fairy Tail (from Kodansha Comics' YouTube series, These Hands Make Manga). There is a short version and a long version of this video. WIN THIS AUTOGRAPH! But that's not all. You can actually win the autographed sketch Mashima-sensei draws […]

Creator Interview: Hiro Mashima on Fairy Tail

  Interview by Misaki C. Kido For Hiro Mashima, making manga is his true calling. Just from reading his bestselling epic about the world of wizards, Fairy Tail, you can sense how devoted he is to his work. Meeting him in person, you encounter more to his personality that explains how he can make such […]

Miki Yoshikawa interview on Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches

Interview by Deb Aoki and Misaki C. Kido Miki Yoshikawa has exceptional talent. Not only because she’s a female mangaka who’s succeeded in shonen manga, but because her approach to manga is so genuine. If you ever get lucky enough to meet her, you’ll quickly realize what makes her a such a unique person is also what makes the characters in her manga so much […]

December 15 New Releases: Attack on Titan, Fairy Tail, Tsubasa: WoRLD CHRoNiCLE + more

And now, a deluge of new manga releases for the holidays. Let's take a look at what's new to both brick+mortar and digital bookshelves: At last, Volume 17 of manga phenomenon, Attack on Titan by Hajime Isayama, is finally here. You can have it 2 (or 3) ways: in our regular print or digital editions—or also as the Attack on Titan 17 […]

Announcing: Fairy Tail ZerØ!

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 […]