How many volumes of Fairy Tail manga are there?

63 tankōbon
The 545 chapters were collected into 63 tankōbon volumes between December 15, 2006 and December 26, 2017. The manga was adapted into an anime series by A-1 Pictures and Satelight, and aired on TV Tokyo from October 12, 2009 to March 30, 2013.

What is the final volume of Fairy Tail?

63 volumes
The series spans over 545 chapters and 63 volumes. Hiro Mashima has announced in his notes in the release of volume 61 that the Fairy Tail manga series is set to end with volume 63 being the final release for the main series.

What manga chapter is the last episode of Fairy Tail?

Friends You Can’t Do Without is the 545th and final chapter of Hiro Mashima’s Fairy Tail.

What episode is chapter 503 in Fairy Tail?

The Last Sight Seen
Anime Episode The Last Sight Seen is the 503rd chapter of Hiro Mashima’s Fairy Tail.

Is Fairy Tail manga over?

After a successful 11-year run, including a popular anime adaptation, Hiro Mashima’s Fairy Tail manga ended in 2017.

Is Fairy Tail 100 year quest over?

It seemed the story of Fairy Tail was over and done. However, Hiro Mashima and manga artist Atsuo Ueda teamed up to continue the tale in Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest, which is ongoing.

Does Fairy Tail have 328 episodes?

Friends You Can’t Do Without is the 328th and final episode of the Fairy Tail anime, and the 51st and final episode of the 2018 series.

What chapter is the 100 year quest?

Fairy Tail: 100 Years Quest Chapter 73.

What episodes does Lucy and Natsu get tied up to a chair?

This chapter was amazing! Anyway so this chapter begins with Lucy finally waking up and she sees Natsu tied up to the chair and she is questioning what is going on. Dimaria comes and takes Lucy’s bra with a blink of an eye.

What episode does Lucy get tied up?

Episode 281 | Fairy Tail Wiki | Fandom.

Will 100 Years quest be animated?

Fairy Tail’s sequel manga is expected to receive an anime adaptation soon. Here’s everything anime fans need to know about the series going in. In July 2018, an official continuation of Hiro Mashima’s hit series, Fairy Tail, began serialization.