Another shonen (boy’s) series, Fairy Tail is action packed with a lot of competition, camaraderie, and tragedy. A young wizard named Lucy joins this guild called Fairy Tail, and the story revolves around the trials and tribulations she and her teammates have to face as guild members.The characters are pretty much classic anime archetypes, dark cold guy, rambunctious hothead, strong female warrior, girly girl with a lot of heart, etc. Although there are a lot of serious scenes and major and intense battles through the series, it overall has a pretty comical undertone, so it’s generally fun to watch if you’re looking for a good laugh with some combat action along the way. Overall, a feel-good series where misfits find a place where they belong.
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