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Fairy Tail 1 [Paperback]

Hiro Mashima
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Aug. 28 2012 Fairy Tail (Book 1)
Cute girl wizard Lucy wants to join the Fairy Tail, a club for the most powerful wizards. But instead, her ambitions land her in the clutches of a gang of unsavory pirates le by a devious magician. Her only hope is Natsu, a strange boy she happens to meet on her travels. Natsu’s not your typical hero – he gets motion sickness, eats like a pig, and his best friend is a talking cat. With friends like this, is Lucy better off with her enemies?

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Mashima (Rave Master) is back with a brand new series about the juvenile delinquents of wizardry and magic, set in a mythical world of small towns, steam engines and horse-drawn carts, where magic is mainstream, young wizards follow glossy magazines that profile popular wizard guilds and everyone has hidden magical abilities. Fire-eating wizard Natsu initiates young and sexy Lucy, a celestial wizard, into his oddball guild, Fairy Tail. Soon we meet the womanizing Loke; the ice wizard Gray Fullbuster, who is often found wandering around in just his boxers; and the heavy-drinking Cana, who is never far from a barrel of wine. It's goofy fun and playful troublemaking—minus any sort of criminal element. Mashima sets a careful balance between showing the Fairy Tail wizards' troublemaking mentality while still establishing that the heart of each wizard is the heart of a hero. With a violence that harks back to the Looney Tunes where all combatants suffer heavy blows but always come out alive, albeit with some scratches, the story is more akin to Bugs Bunny than Harry Potter. But fans of both will be pleasantly entertained. The first two volumes of this series are being released simultaneously. (Mar.)
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About the Author

Hiro Mashima was born May 3, 1977, in Japan's Nagano prefecture. His series Rave Master has made him one of the most popular manga artists in America. Fairy Tail, currently being serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine, is his latest creation.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fire Dragon's Roar Dec 19 2012
By Buffy
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I like Fairy Tail. It's a lot like Naruto and Bleach. It came on time. I really love Fairy Tai.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars This is the might of a Fairy Tail wizard June 6 2009
Volatile wizards, small quaint towns, bobbleheaded flying cats and as much mayhem as the sorcerers can cram into a day's work.

That's pretty much the description of the setting and characters of "Fairy Tail," which opens with a bang (and a mass of flame, and a brawl) in its first volume. This particular part is mostly about introducing the characters in the Fairy Tail guild and seeing our heroes off on their first missions, but it still produces some chuckleworthy humor and some hints of future storylines.

Celestial wizard Lucy has always wanted to be in the wizard guild Fairy Tail, and she thinks she's got an in when she's invited to a yacht party with the charming if sleazy Salamander, who claims to be a member.

Along the way, she also encounters a quirky young wizard named Natsu, and his bobble-headed cat Happy. But when the yacht turns out to be a slave-ship, Natsu appears to stop the evil wizard and save the day... except he immediately gets violently seasick. As Lucy struggles to use her own magic to help him, she discovers who the REAL Salamander is, and sees the true power that Natsu wields as a wizard of Fairy Tail!

It turns out that the other wizards of Fairy Tail are as violent and nuts as Natsu -- nudists, drunks, lechers and so on. And Lucy accompanies Natsu and Happy on her first missions as a guild wizard: when a little boy pleads with them to find his father (a wizard who disappeared on a mission), Natsu takes it personally and sets out to find the guy. And when a new mission comes up to infiltrate a lecherous duke's castle, guess who's perfect for the job.

The whole point of "Fairy Tail Volume 1" is to introduce the universe, the Fairy Tail guild, and the highly eccentric cast of characters.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A very easy series to get into if you want something light and fun Nov. 24 2009
By GraphicNovelReporter.com - Published on Amazon.com
Seventeen-year-old Lucy is a buxom blonde with a sweet face and an attitude to match. She's also a celestial wizard. She has the power to summon creatures from other realms with the use of gate keys. To most people, this would sound extraordinary, but in the land of Fiore, wizards are just as common as merchants and teachers. They even align themselves with guilds to keep employed.

Like any normal teen wizard, Lucy is ready to make her way in the world. She dreams of joining the Fairy Tail guild, a group of powerful wizards that she has been reading about in magazines. She just needs to figure out how to get in.

Her ambition to join gets her in deep water (literally), but a fortunate chance meeting with the fire wizard Natsu, a boy with flaming hair and a scarf that resemble scales, opens the door to get her foot inside Fairy Tail. Now if only the place was as cool as it appeared in the magazines.. . .

The Fairy Tail guild is filled with powerful wizards, certainly, but they they're also a scruffy bunch of drunkards, playboys, nudists, and brawlers. Even Natsu isn't much of a prince. He eats fire as well as anything else within arms' reach. Plus, he gets motion sickness and goes overboard when he gets in a fight. Most of the Magic Council members, the governing body that moderates the guilds, think Fairy Tail is full of idiots. Their antics tend to rack up bills, destroy property, and generally annoy the public. Still, they're good guys and take great pride in their name. Despite the shock from the reality check, Lucy is ecstatic to get her chance to join the guild and show them what she's got.

Fairy Tail is a popular series in the manga underground, and now it has finally made its way to North American bookshelves with the recent translation from Del Rey. The manga offers a wide cast of lovable characters, each with his or her own unique set of skills. This is pretty common in other large cast series where everyone needs their own gimmick to stand out.

This series is definitely for the Naruto/Bleach crowd, but unlike those two popular shounen (boys) titles, Fairy Tail appeals to both boys and girls. Yes, Mashima's female characters do seem to have "magically enhanced" breasts, which can be a bit distracting considering the youth-centric story. Seriously, almost every screen of Lucy could read: "Oh, look, my boobs!" But hey, it's forgivable. The art is consistent, strong, and well suited to the story.

Despite the disjointed feel of the dialogue, Fairy Tail is overall very charming and will appeal to a wide audience. It has magically inclined teens with a ragtag cast of characters, each unique in both powers and flaws. It is a very easy series to get into if you want something light and fun.

-- Courtney Kraft
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fairy Tail Magic April 4 2008
By Tim Lasiuta - Published on Amazon.com
Fairy Tail I and II

Every now ant then, you have to mix things up. At the Fairy Tail Guild, the fire eating Natsu initiates Lucy, a young wizard, into an oddball mix of accomplished practishoners. Womanizers, a scarcely clad ice wizard, a heavy drinker, and a world inhabited by magic powers towns and shops.

If you have ever read Myth Inc, then you will appreciate the dry humor, the offbeat magicians and battles, and the guild that bands together no matter how bizarre their circumstance. The best summary of the Fairy Guild is a description of what happened to them. From page 106 to 111, the council is upset at the Fairy Tail Guild. Sure, they seduced the grand-daughter of the senior council member, drank 15 kegs, charged expenses to the entertainment, destroyed 7 homes. But what happens in magic, stays there, right? According to Makarov, the master of the Fairy Tail Guild. "Magic isn't some miracle...if you spend time worrying about what those in authority think of you, your magic will never advance...Follow the path you truly believe in!!!"

I almost expected to see Yosamite Sam step out from behind Makarov. He has the moustache, the same temper, and the same stature. Perhaps the WB style art is more of the appeal than we would care to admit.

Two volumes are being released at the same time. Enjoy Manga that doesn't take itself seriously.

Fairy Tail I and II, the third is due out soon.


Tim Lasiuta
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best March 23 2010
By Wesley J. Didrichsen - Published on Amazon.com
Fairy Tail is, in my opinion, one of the best shonen manga out there as of now. It's mix of humor, action, and inspiration makes it the paragon of the genre.

In it, you follow Lucy, Natsu, and the other members of the mage guild Fairy Tail as they go about the world defeating incredible monsters and other powerful enemies mages. Fairy Tail is no average guild, however. Each of its members are incredibly lively and just as incredibly destructive to everything they come across. With a story that doesn't skip a beat and scenes that stir the spirit, Fairy Tail is number one on my list of recommended manga.

One last fun note I think is worth mentioning: Unlike in many other manga and anime where a friendship speech is followed by gooey-eyed expressions, friendship speeches in Fairy Tail and followed by an epic beatdown that gives me the shivers like nothing else!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Beginning March 21 2014
By Lindsay - Published on Amazon.com
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Fairy Tail starts out strong and keeps it going! I love the characters, Grey especially. If you've seen the anime that was adapted from this manga then you already know what happens in each chapter because the anime stayed VERY true to the original. But it's still a great read whether you've seen the anime or not. I personally plan to collect all the volumes one day.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Slow start, to A great Series! Jan. 6 2012
By James Pinkston - Published on Amazon.com
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This isn't the most noteworthy of the volumes because the first couple of chapters is mostly playing around and character introduction, but I'm read up to a high chapter and I can say that as the volumes go on it just seems to get better and better with: some romance, cute characters, character progression, strong male characters and female characters.
This is only some of it, but the summary would be the introduction of the magician natsu and his first friend. They meet up, become a team after joining the guild Fairy Tail and get ready to start their first mission (for money, of course).
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