Weekly round-up

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Even with a new-look littleanimeblog now live (as you’ve almost definitely noticed) we’re both still the same ani-ramblers you’ve come to know and love. That’s why we’re back with our old familiar round-up, and a faery and fantasy-filled look back over the past week’s goings on. Let’s get to it! News Netflix to co-produce anime […]

Fairy Tail’s Hiro Mashima shares more details about new work

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Back from la belle France and his Fauve Special Award win at the Angoulême International Comics Festival, Fairy Tail creator Hiro Mashima had time to wind down with Twitter and a few fresh teasers about his new work. He said, “as expected, the most frequently asked question was about my new work”, and here’s the […]

Update: English Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry trailer enters the Dragon’s Tomb

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May 6th premiere and returning cast all in place, Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry unveiled its second trailer last week. And what with Madman bringing the film to Australia and New Zealand sometime soon, they’ve posted an English-subbed version of this trailer, just as they did for the first. In the video, we discover the story of the Dragon’s Tomb. […]

Update: Teaser for Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry gets English subtitled version

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The upcoming Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry film released its first teaser trailer following news of its May 6th opening and roster of returning cast members. The teaser emphasises again that Hiro Mashima’s manga is into the “final arc” as it heads off “towards the climax”. As distributors Madman will be bringing the film to Australia and New Zealand […]

Update: Baby Steps manga’s “big announcement” is for live-action drama adaptation

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Alongside Fairy Tail‘s Hiro Mashima and Soul Eater author Atsusi Okubo teaming up for a special conversation and crossover art in the June 1st issue of Weekly Shonen Magazine, a “big announcement” has been teased for Hikaru Katsuki’s tennis manga Baby Steps. No other details were given in Kodansha’s magazine preview, but Japanese fans have been reporting on Twitter that they’d spotted […]

Fairy Tail author creates more Captain America: Civil War poster art

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Fairy Tail‘s esteemed creator Hiro Mashima already got in on the hype for Captain America: Civil War once recently, when he joined other manga artists in making alternative line-up posters. Now, as the Japanese opening date of April 29th arrives, he’s put together some new art of the clashing heroes, with Iron Man and Captain America and  in […]