Fairy Tail, Vol. 05 (Fairy Tail, #5) by Hiro MashimaFun but a bit long in the tooth.
World: Solid art, especially the fights. World building is good here with a lot of the past that shows where Gray comes from.
Story: A continuation of the island story and more reveals of the reasons and past. Pacing is solid but the story is kinda running a bit long. The past is well done and has the standard motivations for Shonen books. I am looking forward for this arc to end though.
Characters: Solid and standard character work for Gray and the others. We get the past of Gray and it is exactly as you would expect it to be. So its solid.
Solid but this arc needs to end.
Onward to the next book!
Fairy Tail is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima that has been translated into various languages    and spawned a substantial media franchise. The series follows the adventures of the dragon-slayer Natsu Dragneel , as he is searching for the dragon Igneel and partners with seventeen-year-old celestial wizard Lucy Heartfilia , who joins the titular guild. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mineruba "The Twin Dragons vs. Star Comics. Archived from the original on October 19,
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On their journey, they are tasked with completing missions requested by people and collect money for rewards, such as hunting monsters and fighting illegal guilds called dark guilds. It was released with the launch of Monthly Fairy Tail Magazine on July 17, ,  and ended in the magazine's final issue published on July 17, The Fairy Tail anime television series included an adaptation of Fairy Tail Zero , with its episodes airing from January 9 to March 12, It was first launched on Magazine Pocket on July 26, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: List of Fairy Tail chapters volumes 1—
Sign me up to get more news about Fiction books. We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. The world of Fairy Tail is too big to be contained by one manga! From the pen of creator Hiro Mashima, this two-volume series contains the lost tales of Fairy Tail, where wizards Natsu, Lucy, and Erza get into crazy situations, and your favorite supporting characters get a chance to shine. Ages 16 and up. And when Natsu, Lucy, and Happy encounter some unfamiliar faces, will it lead to new friendships, or foes?