Fairy Tail's Happy Spinoff Manga Launches
posted on by Karen Ressler
Kenshiro Sakamoto's Fairy Tail: Happy no Daibōken spinoff manga for Hiro Mashima's Fairy Tail launched on Kodansha's Magazine Pocket manga app on Thursday.
The spinoff manga follows the character Happy as he is separated from Natsu and finds himself in a world populated by animals.
Atsuo Ueda launched a sequel manga for Fairy Tail on the same platform on Wednesday. The manga is titled Fairy Tail 100 Years Quest.
Ushio Andō is providing the story and art for the Fairy Tail City Hero spinoff manga, which is slated to debut this fall.
Mashima launched his Eden's Zero manga in Weekly Shonen Magazine on June 27. The manga is receiving a simultaneous release starting from the first chapter in English, French, Chinese, Korean, and Thai. North American publisher Kodansha Comics is releasing the series in English on outlets such as Crunchyroll Manga, comiXology, and Kindle.