One thing we pride ourselves on at MANGA.TOKYO is how we strive to give anime fans outside Japan the chance to win goodies that would otherwise be very difficult to get hold of. As we recently reached a whopping 1,000,000 likes on Facebook, we’ve put together a list of prizes covering the history of MANGA.TOKYO.
One of the prizes that may surprise you is the Fairy Tail Storyboard book! Some of you may remember that we held a giveaway last month over on our forum. Well, the response was so overwhelming that we went to great lengths to get two more for you!
Along with the Fairy Tail prize, we also have some goodies linked to our older articles, so be sure to read them first! Who knows, you may discover something brand new!
Also, a little birdie told us that active users on the MANGA.TOKYO forum will have a much larger chance of winning a prize! Just answer the survey with the same email address you used to join the forum! If you haven’t joined the forum yet then you can do that here.
By the way, MANGA.TOKYO will NEVER ask you to cover the costs of the prize or of the shipping. If anybody ever asks you for money claiming to be MANGA.TOKYO, then it isn’t us! Please let us know. And don’t forget, it doesn’t matter where you live, we will get that prize to you!
Responses close on 30 June 2017 at 12:00 JST. Don’t delay, apply today!
This first present is a special bonus given to fans who went to see Fairy Tail – Dragon Cry- in theaters across Japan. This 200-page storyboard bonus book is a collection of drafts written by the author of the original manga, Hiro Mashima.
The books have never been read and are in wonderful condition, so fans of Fairy Tail should definitely apply for this one!
MANGA.TOKYO gathered questions from you, the fans, and interviewed the director of the movie. Check out the article at the link below!
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