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Fairy Tail: Part 2 (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
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(13. Natsu vs. Yuka the Wave User, 14. Just Do Whatever!! 15. Eternal Magic, 16. The Final Showdown on Galuna Island, 17. Bust, 18. Reach the Sky Above, 19. Changeling, 20. Natsu and the Dragon Egg, 21. The Phantom Lord, 22. Lucy Heartfilia, 23. 15 Minutes, 24. To Keep from Seeing Those Tears)
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Episodes 13 - 24, ending the Galuna Island Arc and starting the Phantom Lord Arc, and the introduction of the second Dragon Slayer to the Fairy Tail universe.
The packaging is the same really as the first, As far as extras, it includes commentary on Episodes 15 and 19, the two openings and two closings so far without any text over it, and the brief trailers they had before each disc.
Episode 15 - Eternal Magic- Commentary is the Episode/Casting Director (Tyler Walker) and Gray (Newton Pittman) - This particular commentary was interesting since Newton Pittman sings a country song he wrote about Deliora.
Episode 19 - Changeling- Commentary is the Episode/Casting Director (Tyler Walker), Erza (Colleen Clinkenbeard), Happy (Tia Ballard), and Mirajane (Monica Rial) - Turns out Monica Rial is the lead writer for the show
As a whole you can buy this alone but you will be missing the beginning of one arc and the end of the second, so I would recommend buying Part 1 before picking this up. That being said. I love Fairy Tail, it s a great fun series and the farther you go into the less the standard anime gimmicks are there.
Fairy Tail: Part 1 (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
This volume picks up where the 1st left off. It's a lot of fun. If you liked part 1 you'll like part 2. Enjoy!
Long story short, Lucy, Gray, and Natsu are reunitied at the village. However, they can't seem the catch a break! Lyon's kronies- who have been ordered to wipe out the village for getting in the way of his dastardly plans, go on the offensive and attack the village. Gray- too wounded to fight is carried off by the villagers to a temporary base in the forest, while Natsu is left to fight Toby and Yuka. At the same time, Lucy is seperated, and is forced to take on Sherry Blendi by herself.
I'm not going to spoil fights, but later on in the arc, Erza DOES show up on the island. She is faced with a choice: she can follow her master's orders to the letter, and take the three juvenile Fairy Tail wizards home, or stay with them to finish the S class quest. Chosing the later, Erza stays and helps, but actually only spectates from the sidelines for the most part. Later on, with his wounds healed, Gray is left to fight his long-life rival in a desperate rematch. With his magic nearly gone, Gray sparrs with Lyon in a fist fight that turns into a desperate magic struggle to save the island from the resurrection of Deliora. The outcome can only be found out by the buying the discs!
However, Galuna Island isn't the only action that happens in this part- When everyne finally gets back to the mainland, they are greeted by quite a nasty suprise: that being a TRASHED guildhall!Read more ›
If you have not watched the first season (Part 1), you should certainly watch that before watching Part 2. Below is my review from Part 1, which also applies to Part 2...
Are you looking for a fun, make that hilarious! and enjoyable cartoon series that does not take itself too seriously, but is not overly childish? This may be what you're looking for!
***This Review is Spoiler Free, and covers the First Two Seasons (Parts 1 and 2)***
"Fairy Tail", is based on a Japanese comic book (manga) series, which is based on Japanese role-playing games (JRPGs). Basically, watching Fairy Tail is like watching a JRPG. If you have not played any JRPGs, then you should know that all RPGs are more or less based on Dungeons and Dragons. In other words, Fairy Tail is in principle a fantasy world filled with magic, dragons, and all that jazz. It is NOT Tolkien, so don't expect Lord of the Rings. This series was not created primarily with adults in mind. It was created so that adults could enjoy it, but it's most definitely meant for teenagers. That said, I'm far past my teens and I very much enjoyed this series. I admit that I am a fan of animation, however I am NOT an Anime (Japanese animation) fan. Which is not to say I don't like Anime, I simply don't watch that much Anime. I want to point that out, since I believe this is a series that even people who are not Anime fanatics can still appreciate and really enjoy.Read more ›
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A definite must see for all anime fans. There is great character development, and the plot is always interesting and keeps you watching. Plenty of action and is hilarious. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Nicole Myers
It's great adaptation of the manga with an above average dub. The case comes with a nice reversible cover.Published 13 months ago by Michael Bernabe
is set in a land of the future but dosen,t give a time line the characters themselves lend much to the drama in the good triumphs over evilPublished 17 months ago by tim huxoll
Entertaining and funny. The adventures of specific teams are used to show how each members make up how strong they can be.Published 19 months ago by Patricia P. Mincy
Best series every. This is by far one of my most favorite and loved series. Has Great Action/Adventure/Fighting and a really great story plot. A must have for any anime fan :).Published 21 months ago by Alex T Marth
Great product it came early, and I absolutely love fairy tail huge plus.
However, down side I was looking to get Season 2! Not season 1 part 2. Read more