Fantasy Final Fantasy's 1st Original Manga Marks Franchise's 30th Anniversary

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  1. Kuze

    Kuze Heaven's not enough

    May 21, 2016
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    The Final Fantasy franchise's 30th anniversary event announced on January 31 that the series is inspiring its first original manga this spring. Hazuki Minase (C³) is providing the story for the manga, titled Final Fantasy Lost Stranger, and Itsuki Kameya (Kaidan Tochū no Big Noise) is illustrating the series.


    The March issue of Square Enix's Monthly Shonen Gangan magazine is confirming the manga adaptation on Friday. Minase's C³ light novel series inspired an anime adaptation in 2011. He also wrote scripts for all four of the Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya television anime series.

    The Final Fantasy franchise's is celebrating its 30th anniversary with game collaborations, a snow sculpture at Sapporo Snow Festival, and release of the Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age PlayStation 4 game this July.

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  2. Novaire

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    May 24, 2016
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    I can't say with any certainty that reading it will ever cross my mind, but the promotional art is quite nice.

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