SO…here’s what happened: the Eclipse gate was destroyed, thus Future Lucy and Rogue could never use it in the future because it didn’t exist in the future. Poof. They’re gone in a glow of bright light. So are the dragons. But wait…by the time seven years more
Fairy Tail gets moments. Like, really well. When it wants to be on, it’s so on. Hiro Mashima, for all his ridiculous fanservice, gets at what is entertaining and what hits straight in the heart.
Last episode, we saw Gray die. It hurt. It still hurts. more
Everyone’s on their last leg. The battle’s gone on too long and we’re off the heels of the Grand Magic Games. If they were spent after the Games, they are now. Yet they keep fighting. That’s both the spirit of Fairy Tail and of all the guilds to protect t more
If this were One Piece, Natsu might not be in such a happy place. Magma beat fire in One Piece, but there’s no such restriction here. Natsu eats up the manga dragon’s flames like it’s nothing.
Fairy Tail has no place in talking about time travel. Its more
I remember watching Flowers of Evil and thinking the pace was really slow in that show. It worked, though. It’s pacing was slow, yet deliberate. Fairy Tail’s pacing is slow in this second series, yet it hurts the show in so many ways.
Too much time i more
Setup is often frustrating because if it goes on too long, it will always feel frustrating. It may not be immediately evident—the setup may be masked behind exciting action sequences that work really well on their own. In Fairy Tail’s case, the setup is m more
The plot of this entire arc has been way too complex. What should have been a great homecoming and victory for Fairy Tail becomes a fight for not only the guild, but Fiore. The plot devices that Fairy Tail has in play here just aren’t working. The mystery more
There’s been a running motif in Fairy Tail with the number seven. July 7th is the first day that’s brought up, and that’s the day that Natsu, Gajeel, and Wendy’s dragons disappeared. Seven years later, we start the series. A little while after that, there more