The Fairy Tail game will release in June 2020, but there’s still plenty of time to get caught up with the source material. The Humble Manga Bundle collects a huge number of Fairy Tail manga volumes, in addition to other works by creator Hiro Mashima. This bundle is the fourth one that Humble has run and, as before, it features works published by Kodansha. The theme this time is the work of Fairy Tail creator Hiro Mashima.
The Humble Manga Bundle starts at a “Pay-What-You-Want” price point and unlocks more in each tier up to $20. The first tier doesn’t unlock much: Just the first volumes of Hiro Mashima’s current manga Edens Zero, the short-lived Monster Soul, and the Fairy Tail spin-off Fairy Tail S. An additional coupon at retailer Right Stuf gives a 10% discount on the physical Fairy Tail Manga Box Set 1, containing the first 11 volumes.
Things get more interesting at the $8+ tier, which unlocks twenty volumes of Fairy Tail, the one-shot prequel Fairy Tail Zero, the second and final volume of Monster Soul, and extra volumes of Edens Zero and Fairy Tail S. Further tiers unlock the rest of Fairy Tail up to the 63rd and final volume, the other currently published volumes of Edens Zero, and the whole of Rave Master, the manga series Mashima created before Fairy Tail.
Check out the list below for a full breakdown of the unlocks:
- $1 or more (Pay-What-You-Want):
- Edens Zero vol. 1
- Fairy Tail S vol. 1
- Monster Soul vol. 1
- 10% off Fairy Tail Manga Box Set 1 at Rightstuf Anime
- $8 or more
- Fairy Tail Zero
- Fairy Tail vol. 1-20
- Fairy Tail S vol. 2
- Monster Soul vol. 2
- Edens Zero vol. 2
- $10 or more
- Fairy Tail vol. 21-45
- Hiro Mashima’s Playground (an anthology of original stories)
- $15 or more
- Edens Zero vol. 3-6
- Rave Master vol. 1-20
- $20 or more
- Rave Master vol. 21-35
- Fairy Tail vol. 46-63
Buyers can choose how to split their purchase’s revenue between various beneficiaries. These include include Humble itself, the publisher Kodansha Comics, or the featured charities the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) or the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF).
Considering individual volumes still go for up to $10 each separately, the Humble Manga Bundle presents a great deal for readers who don’t mind digital copies. The bundle will be available until March 25, 2020.