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Fairy Tail Part 8 (Episodes 85-96) [DVD]
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The guild is trapped in a parallel world run by an insane king determined to steal every last drop of magic power from Fairy Tail. Spells start flying as the wizards square off against the fiercest warriors of the royal army, humans rebel against cats, and Erza goes head-to-head with her evil doppelganger in a battle that lays waste to an entire city. When the power-hungry monarch harnesses the power of the Dragon Slayers, he ignites all-out war. But his ambition doesn't stop there: once Natsu and his teammates are out of the picture, he's heading to the Fiore Kingdom to steal all of its magic as well. Fairy Tail's actions will decide the future of two worlds, but they'll be lucky if they can save even one of them. The fate of two worlds is in their hands. Contains episodes 85-96. Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.
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There are few filler episodes at the begging of season 4 (Parts 7 & 8), so I won’t both mention those as they aren't the best the series has produced so far.
Now, like with the previous story arc, the Oración Seis arc, this one is quite lengthy as it takes up most of Parts 7 & 8. But, the main difference here is that the story doesn't feel dragged like the previous one. There's plenty of humour in this story arc that is quite a bit funnier than the previous arc with a couple of characters meeting they're Edolas selves. There were a few moments when I just burst out laughing, because of how some scenes played out. It was also interesting at how different the Edolas versions of character's act in comparison to the originals. This story is just interesting and makes you want to keep watching to find out what happens next.
There aren't a lot of new characters for this story arc, and I don't really feel like I really need to mention them because they're not the most interesting characters to come about. Though I can say they do get a little bit more interesting as the story plays out I just don't think that they're that memorable, but the story itself is very much the opposite to the characters. It's very memorable, which is a shame when the new characters aren't that memorable, but are decent enough for the story.
ANIMATION & SOUND
Animation is pretty standard but some of the fights just look so good and awesome, the music is just as good as ever, and the cast brings out the best of themselves for this story arc. A lot of the actors are playing the same characters but are also playing the Edolas versions, which leads to the characters having the same voices but sound a little bit different that make them standout and different from the original characters that you are used to.
This is a great part to the Fairy Tail series, and is one of the best parts. I can definitely say that this is worth the buy for a Fairy Tail fan, and if you still haven't watched Fairy Tail go watch it now.
This half of the Edolas arc is easily the better half of the two with some very nice battles, some humour and some emotional moments as well. Highlights of this volume include the battle between the two Erzas (that was unfortunately spoiled by the DVD cover) as well as the three Dragon Slayers' fight against King Faust and his ultimate weapon. The episodes here also reveal the truth about the Exceed, their Queen and the eggs that were sent to Earth-land. The final couple of episodes in the set are the epilogue for the Edolas arc and see some nice emotional moments with the return of an unexpected character and the brief introduction of someone who will be very important in the series to come.
The animation of the series remains good with Lucy's new whip being particularly well done by the animation team. The English dub also remains very good with Melinda Wood Allen being good as the Exceed Queen Chagot, as is Joel McDonald as Zeref. The original Japanese version is included as well of course.
For special features, this collection includes the usual trailer, clean versions of the opening and closing animations. There are also a couple of cast commentaries.
This was a good end to an entertaining ark and I feel it deserves a full five stars.
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