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Fairy Tale Dragon Cry streaming on Netflix

Fairy Tale Dragon Cry streaming on Netflix
Ross Liversidge
Author: Ross Liversidge

Ross founded the UK Anime Network back in 1995, and following Andy Hanley's retirement has returned to the post of Editor-in-Chief in 2017. What an old man!


Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry is now available to stream on Netflix. Caught by both Anime UK News  and AnimeBluRayUK, the film seems to have been slipped onto the service with little fanfare, but not so quiet as to evade the fans!

The film was initially distributed in a limited run by Anime Ltd across selected theatres, and no home release is being announced until next year at the earliest either in the UK or the US, so catching it available here is a bit of an eye-opener.

Anime Ltd's Marketing Manager himself, erstwhile UKA Editor Andy Hanley, scored the film as 6/10 noting that the film was "Everything you want from a Fairy Tail story, but compressed into such a tight package that a lot of its magic is lost in the process."

You can read his full review here.

Synopsis:

The Fairy Tail Guild's quest to retrieve the deadly and destructive Dragon Cry staff forces dragon slayer Natsu to undergo a dangerous transformation.

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