Fairy Tail: Part 4 (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
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Forced to face her demons at the Tower of Heaven, Erza is in real danger of becoming a live sacrifice in Jellal’s demented plan—which spells disaster for Fairy Tail’s strongest team! As the Council prepares to wipe out the island with the Etherion beam, Erza’s allies endure a heart wrenching battle to get her back! Big surprises await the comrades as they return for Magnolia’s annual Harvest Festival. But the celebrations are cut short when Master Makarov’s grandson hotwires a contest to determine who’s the fiercest wizard in a supercharged scheme to take over the guild!
(37. Armor of the Heart, 38. Destiny, 39. Give Out Prayers to the Sacred Light, 40. Titania Falls, 41. Home, 42. Battle of Fairy Tale, 43. Defeat Four Friends to Save Your Friends, 44. Thunder Palace, 45. Advent of Satan, 46. Clash at Kardia Cathedral, 47. Triple Dragons, 48. Fantasia)
Episode 45 commentary
Textless opening song - R.P.G. ~Rockin’ Playing Game
Textless closing song - Kimi Ga Iru Kara
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The release date for this is not until March 20th, however I received it early from RightStuf.com, and so I am able to make this review.
Part 4 continues the story of Erza's once tragic past where she was a slave in the Tower of Heaven. Her child hood friend Jellal has since then taken over the tower and continued its production, due to the Demon "Zeref" who took over his conscious. Once the issue with the Tower is resolved, the Fairy Tail members return home to find their guild bigger than ever, with many new ramifications. There also seems to be a few new members, one of which you may be shocked to see. Laxus finally makes a return to the guild with his 3 followers, Freed, Bixlow, and Evergreen, where they declare a festival to see who is the strongest in the guild. This battle quickly escalates, pitting members of the guild against each other, and Laxus then reveals his sole reason for this fighting festival. After we gain some more backstory on Laxus, the guild holds the Fantasia Parade, ending the set off with a very emotional impact.
The voice acting, as always, in both Japanese and English were well done. The quality of the anime on Blu-Ray is superb, it is much better than just finding some old website that hosts it in Standard Definition. For the price, it is definitely worth it, you will enjoy watching these 12 episodes which end season 1 in a very sensational way. This may be the final set in America, so if you want to see more after this, then please continue to support the industry.
Nearing the end, confronts Jellal, and wins for a while, but is beaten back by a second wind Jellal obtains from merging with... a similiar wizard. Overpowered Erza is knocked down, and almost sacrificed to Zeref, but stoped by Natsu who arrives just in time to show Jellal the true power of a dragon slayer. This two episode long fight sees Natsu releasing all his force on Jellal in vain. Angered by his weakness, Natsu charges up by eating Ethernano- a magical substance left behind by an etherion blast which the council fired to destroy the tower. (spoiler- the tower absorbes the blast). Now overflowing with powerful (and poisonous) magic energy, Natsu enters "Dragon Force"- the ultimate stage of a Dragon Slayer that amplifies their attacks, and gives them enhanced dragon abilities. (not to mention cool scales on their skin) Only you can see if Dragon Force is enough to take down this powerhouse villian trying to revive the world's most destructive dark wizard.
After the Tower of Heaven incident, the Strongest Team arrives back home to a newly completed guild hall! adapting to the new space the building gives them, the Strongest team, and the rest of Fairy Tail takes life easy, and prepares for the upcomming event: the Magnolia Harvest festival- in which, Fairy Tail takes center role in the parade.Read more ›
Hiro Mashima, the series author, has created a vast, exciting world. The background of the main characters is rich, and quite often, filled with tragic events.
People who enjoy this series may want to consider following Fairy Tail in the Manga format. Fans may also want to read Hiro Mashima's prior work, Rave Master, as it follows similar themes.
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This series has sucked me in from the start on season 7 and its still excitingPublished 16 months ago by Patrick Wittmaack
It's great adaptation of the manga with an above average dub. The case comes with a nice reversible cover.Published 18 months ago by Michael Bernabe