‘Fairy Tail: Collection 20’ DVD Review
I have been following Fairy Tail since the beginning. I read the manga before it was ever an animated series and I can say I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the accuracy and attention to detail of the anime. Fairy Tail Collection 20 is no exception; it brings together insanely good fight scenes, triumphant moments, and an amazing art style that we’ve come to know and love to make a must-own collection for any fan of the series.
Funimation! has just put out a brand new collection of its anime giant Fairy Tail. This new collection is a particularly exciting one as it covers a plot arc of the manga that absolutely explodes with excitement. The last few plot arcs felt as though they were beginning to drag a bit; but now all of a sudden Fairy Tail has come roaring back.
We start where Fairy Tail Collection 19 finishes, right after the grand magic games where the guild is finally getting back to being known as the greatest guild in the land of Fiore. After a quick plot arc where our favorite guild is combating a treasure hunting guild for access to a sacred fire that will thaw out a band of giants, the guild also fights a couple of wizards looking for vengeance. Many of the Fairy Tail wizards are turned into weaker child forms of themselves and are forced to think outside of the box to win this fight. After our wizards overcome that obstacle we get to a really exciting part of the Fairy Tail timeline: the Tartaros Arc.
The Tartaros Arc is a really cool arc because it’s honestly where the timeline goes from being a fun a little magical show for children and turns into a serious show that feels like there are real consequences behind our guild losing fights. The Lord Zeref has finally become a true player in this little game and the plot is about to start moving quickly. I can’t bring myself to ruin the plot of such an amazing series so I will leave my synopsis at that. In this set you can find plenty of the breathtaking fights, good looking characters, and emotionally-charged moments that we have come to love from the greatest guild of Fiore, Fairy Tail.
Many people give Funimation! undue resentment for the place in which each of these collections stop each time a new one comes out. However, I challenge each and every one of you to think about how the plot arcs are set up in the series. Some could be covered by half of a collection set while others could would need a collection twice the size of a standard set. If where each series starts and stops is the biggest issue we as fans have to complain about I think we are very lucky indeed. Go check out this amazing set and get all fired up!