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Hiro Mashima‘s Fairy Tail series ended some time ago, however, this does not stop the creative Mashima from doing his passion, making new projects, sequels and many more.

Nowadays, the artist Hiro Mashima appears to be busier than any time in recent memory as he helps shuffle a huge number of Fairy Tail spin-offs and his most recent arrangement Edens Zero. With such a great amount of going on, fans are fortunate to get notification from the via social media when they do, so his most recent update got fans in legitimate tantrum.

All things considered, it turns out Mashima has been preparing some uncover in the background. The artist took to Twitter to tell fans a couple of declarations are on their way, and there are more now than Mashima anticipated.

The creator of the series said:

“Previously, I said that there were two surprise announcements coming, but they have increased to four,” 

It is a rarity indeed that Mashima prods declarations on Twitter without conveying on the guarantee, so this is a serious deal. Mashima is taking a shot at four declarations, and fans are attempting to make sense of what they are about.

Fans are interested if Edens Zero is going to get its very own anime adjustment. The arrangement is many parts in, and it has a steadfast fanbase. On the off chance that there is a studio willing to choice the title, Edens Zero would make for an amazing show.

Obviously, there are different hypotheses going around. For one, fans think a Fairy Tail turn off isn’t past the domain of probability given the achievement of 100 Years Quest. Another HERO’s manga could likewise be underway given that Mashima said he had thoughts as a top priority for a spin-off.

Hiro Mashima is a Japanese manga artist. He picked up progress with his first sequential Rave Master, distributed in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine from 1999 to 2005. His top of the line work, Fairy Tail, distributed in a similar magazine from 2006 to 2017, has gotten extraordinary compared to other selling manga arrangement with more than 60 million duplicates in print. Pixie Tail won the Kodansha Manga Award for shōnen manga in 2009, and Mashima was given the Harvey Awards International Spotlight grant in 2017 and the Fauve Special Award at the 2018 Angoulême International Comics Festival.