Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest, a popular manga, is finally being made into an anime. There will be a second part to the story of the chaotic wizard guild.
During the Hiro Mashima Fan Meeting Livestream in September 2021, the news was shared by Shonen Magazine. It is also a part of the Fairy Tail series’ 15th-anniversary party.
Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest is a Japanese manga that is written by Hiro Mishima and drawn by Atsuo Ueda. In this sequel, Hiro Mishima only works as a storyboarder, which is different from the first one.
In August 2018, the first page of the manga came out. Since then, there have been 13 volumes of manga out in the world.
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Some fans may wonder why we don’t know more about this anime yet. Fairy Tail is different from other popular shows because it has three long parts. This was done because they didn’t have any other sources.
After the Great War, what happens to Natsu and his friends? Keep reading this post to learn when the Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest anime will premiere and much more.
When will Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest come out?
So far, there has been no more news about the anime adaptation. Shonen Magazine’s official Twitter account posted a teaser and a visual key animation.
By mid-2023, the fans should hear something. Early 2014 is thought to be when this sequel comes out. We don’t know anything about the studio or the cast, but the cast will probably be the same.
On the other hand, this sequel might not be made by A-1 Pictures because its sequel, Eden’s Zero, is animated by J.C. Staff.
When the official release date is known, this news report will be changed. Watch the latest trailer for Fairy Tail: The 100 Years Quest below!
The only part of the manga that the trailer shows is the panel. It doesn’t tell us anything other than that the adaptation is true. If and when a trailer becomes available, we will include it here.