Fairy Tail: Final Series Episode 17 ((HOT))
Fairy Tail is an anime series adapted from the manga of the same title by Hiro Mashima. Produced by A-1 Pictures and Satelight, and directed by Shinji Ishihira, it was broadcast on TV Tokyo from 12 October 2009, to 30 March 2013. It later continued its run on 5 April 2014, and ended on 26 March 2016. A third and final series premiered on 7 October 2018. The series follows the adventures of Natsu Dragneel, a member of the Fairy Tail wizards' guild who is searching for the dragon Igneel, and partners with Lucy Heartfilia, a celestial wizard.
Fairy Tail: Final Series Episode 17
The ninth and final season of the Fairy Tail anime series was directed by Shinji Ishihira and produced by A-1 Pictures, CloverWorks, and Bridge. Like the rest of the series, it follows the adventures of Natsu Dragneel and Lucy Heartfilia of the fictional guild Fairy Tail. This season contains two story arcs: the first seven episodes continue the "Avatar" arc (アヴァタール編, Avatāru-hen), which adapts material from the final chapter of the 49th volume to the second-to-last chapter of the 51st volume of the Fairy Tail manga by Hiro Mashima, depicting Natsu, Lucy, and Happy's journey to reorganize their disbanded guild; the remaining 44 episodes form the "Alvarez" arc (アルバレス編, Arubaresu-hen), which adapts material from the last chapter of the 51st volume to the manga's conclusion, depicting the guild's war with the militaristic Alvarez Empire, and Natsu's final battle with his adversaries Zeref and Acnologia.
On July 20, 2017, Hiro Mashima announced on Twitter that a third and "final" series of Fairy Tail would air in 2018. The final season premiered on October 7, 2018 on TV Tokyo, and is simultaneously released by Funimation with a broadcast dub in North America.
The latest and final anime season based on Hiro Mashima's manga premiered in Japan in October 2018. The 328th and final episode of the anime aired in Japan in September 2019. Netflix is streaming the anime in India.
Today, we have two fairy tale experts joining us to share their thoughts on why these stories have endured generation after generation: authors Sarah Mlynowski and Garth Nix. Sarah and Garth are two writers who have often fractured, or re-told, fairy tales. Sarah, for her bestselling Whatever After series, and Garth, in his most recent YA novel, Frogkisser!. 041b061a72