Fairy Tail and Rave Master’s Anime Crossover Preview

Fairy Tail Rave Master Crossover

If you’re a fan of Fairy Tail or Rave Master, this promo should definitely tickle your fancy as Hiro Mashima, author for both series, announced on Twitter that this crossover episode/original video animation of Fairy Tail and Rave Master would be available in a limited edition of Fairy Tail’s 39th volume, which will be available on the 16th of August.

If you aren’t familiar with Rave Master, like myself, Mashima emphasises that it will be accessible to Fairy Tail fans. Characters Musica and Let are also available in the earlier version of the crossover while they were not in the manga crossover. The manga chapter was first published in May 2011.

The crossover episode will concentrate on Natsu and his friends as they make their journey to an specific town in order to exterminate an evil mage. Throughout their journey, they meet Haru and Elie.

So what are your opinions of the anime crossover between Fairy Tail and Rave Master, which are both from the minds of Hiro Mashima. Tell me what you think using the comment section.

Source: ANN CR
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5 thoughts on “Fairy Tail and Rave Master’s Anime Crossover Preview”

  1. Sry, about last comment, but I was saying I wanna see that almost as much as FT episode 176 or bleach episode 367, there’s a manga version but I don’t think it’s as long as long as the anime crossover but it’s seriously awesome, I bet the anime version’s better

    1. It’s fine :P hmm I think I’ve lost interest in older anime/manga’s. I agree that it would be pretty good, I don’t know how many eps or chapters.

      1. Yea, I’ve lost interest in older manga/anime as well but I’ve heard that rave master is actually pretty good, :) I usually tend to lose my focus within 4 or 5 chapters in really old manga but I’ve been able to read upto close to chapter 10 on rave master so I think the rest of the manga might not be half bad

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