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

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  1. Kuze

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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.


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    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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    Neat.

    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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