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Fairy Tail: Part 2 (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)

4.8 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews

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In the Kingdom of Fiore, powerful wizards make their living by joining magical guilds and contracting out their services to become "wizards for hire". Harnessing the forces of Dragon Fire, Ice, Weaponry, and the Zodiac, four young wizards of the infamous guild Fairy Tail team up to seek their fortunes. Growing stronger with every mission, they travel the countryside helping people and battling rival guilds, but with personalities as different as their magic skills, this team may end up doing more damage than good.

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As the comedy-adventure Fairy Tale continues, the viewer learns more about the pasts of the knockabout characters. Natsu, Gray, and Lucy violate the rules of their magical guild when they decide to tackle the "S-grade" assignment--one far too difficult for them. They try to remove the curse vexing the inhabitants of Galuna Island, but they're in over their heads and need help from Erza. During a battle with an enormous demon, they learn how ice wizard Gray studied with the exceedingly powerful wizard Ur--and why he persists in the outré habit of shedding his clothes. The tone of the story darkens a bit when the Fairy Tale Guild is attacked by the sinister Phantom Lord Guild. The reason for the attack is tied to Lucy's past, which is more complicated than anyone suspected. The backgrounds of soi-disant "Real Man" Elfman, his older sister Mira, and Happy the flying cat emerge during this conflict. The real fun of Fairy Tale remains its mixture of slapstick comedy and magical battles. The demons on Galuna Island and the members of the Phantom Guild are as weird-looking as any foe Monkey D. Luffy ever faced, and they fight with a bizarre array of techniques that range from elaborate rotating patterns to old-fashioned hits upside the head. Fire wizard Natsu is in his element, whether quarreling with Gray or taking out a magical super-cannon, and his enthusiasm is contagious. (Rated TV 14: cartoon violence, minor risqué humor, alcohol use) --Charles Solomon

(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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Product Details

  • Actors: Cherami Leigh, Todd Haberkorn, Christopher R. Sabat, Tia Ballard
  • Directors: Tyler Walker
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Animated, Widescreen, Color, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: December 27, 2011
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005NQ5LR8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,910 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Fairy Tail, by far, is one of the best new animes to come out in years. Fairy Tail started in Japan almost a year and a half ago. Since then, it has become one of the most popular animes in Japan and America. The Story is gripping, the animation is of the highest quality of any anime going these days, And this one is almost perfect for the whole family (I say almost because in Japanese, there are a lot of boob related jokes. I know that is not everyone's cup of tea so fair warning). If you are going to buy this series though, I would highly recommend that you buy the 1st boxset first. This can be a very hard series just to jump into. But I can guarantee you, If this is a random buy, you won't be disappointed. If you are a long term fan, can you believe the 2nd boxset is all ready coming out?! I mean that is less than a month apart. I have already ordered mine. I hope this helps your decision.
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So Volume Two Review!
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)
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With this set we see an introduction to a more disturbing and ruthless rival to the Fairy Tail guild and after a tragic event the Fairy Tail members are out for blood low and behold any enemies that get in their way. The series gets more entertaining and addictive as you continue to watch and the characters become more endearing and entertaining as you see them during their missions and background episode storylines. The animation and soundtrack fir perfectly and the voice cast are great again Funimation has picked a perfect cast for the roles in the series and of course the Japanese voice cast are great as well. Now we just have to wait until the fourth set comes out and again I truly hope that Funimation releases the entire series on dvd instead of stopping production like on the series D-Gray man, but considering how popular this series is I find that highly doubtful.
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If you already watched the first season of Fairy Tail, let me assure you that the second is even better! In truth, the second season (Part 2) completes the first epic story-arc that was left open in Part 1. There is a lot more character development in this season, and the action is great, and the humor is AWESOME (trust me, you'll be laughing)!

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.
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I got this for my brother for Christmas b/c it was what he told me that he wanted. It came in fine, but the case where you open it was broken. I don't know if it just got banged around during shipping or what, but I was a litle upset. My brother didn't care though, so it's all good.
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if you like One Piece, DBZ or Naruto, this is the anime for you! The characters are outrageous and loveable. You can't help but root for them, even as you're lamenting their dorkiness.

The first box set was a series on unrelated episodes that got me into the world, but on this second part, the story arcs are longer and more involved, the depth of the characters is being exposed and new villains are challenging the heroes!

Definitely a must watch series! Can't wait for the next set of episodes!
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