The Japanese anime series "Fairy Tail," adapted from Hiro Mashima's ongoing manga of the same name, will return to TV come April 2014.
For those that have been keeping track, the popular Japanese anime series called Fairy Tail (adapted from Hiro Mashima's ongoing manga series of the same name) had finished airing. It stopped airing halfway through the “Grand Magic Games” arc which takes place after the seven-year time skip after the black dragon Agnologia tried to obliterate Tenrou Island along with the high-ranking members of the titular magic guild. Now, in recent news, fans can rejoice as the Fairy Tail series will be returning to TV come April 2014.
News of the series' restart was learned in the sixth issue of the 2014 Weekly Shonen Magazine which is due to come out on January 8, 2014. The original voice actors will return to reprise their respective roles. It is unknown if online sites such as Crunchyroll and Hulu will stream the episodes outside of Japan.
If you are a fan of Fairy Tail, you can look forward to April 2014. Fairy Tail takes place in a fictional world which revolves around the planet called Earth Land and in the country of the Fiore Kingdom. Most of the story takes place in the city of Magnolia. Magic plays a big role in how Earth Land functions even though only 10 percent of the population can use magic. Fairy Tail focuses on the adventures of Team Natsu who are part of the titular guild; to an extent, it also focuses on other members of the guild as well.