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Fairy Tail/Omake Chapter 18
Fairy Tail/Omake Chapter 15 (in series)
Fairy Tail/Episode 029 (in franchise)
Fairy Tail/Chapter 201 (in series)
Fairy Tail/Episode 031 (in franchise)
|Official English Title||Coca-Cola|
|Rōmaji Title||Korabo bangai-hen|
|Release date||May 12th, 2010|
|Studio or Magazine||Weekly Shonen Magazine|
|Sex of Bathers||Female|
|Timestamp or Pages||Pages 5-6, 15|
Fairy Tail Omake: Coca-Cola is the 12th bathing scene in the Fairy Tail manga series.
Lucy Heartfilia has a bath at her house while Natsu Dragneel and Happy the Cat wait for her to get out. Most of Lucy's bath is off screen while Natsu and Happy accidently wreck one of Lucy's books. Lucy's small amount of time shown bathing was when she responds to Natsu and Happy's request to borrow the book to cover up the fact that they wrecked it.
Later on in a Flashback after Lucy finds out about the incident with her book, an off screen moment of the bath scene was shown where Lucy was excited to hear that they wanted to borrow a book that she secretly wrote but it was only a cover up and that was the only reason why they wanted to borrow it.
- Bath Cleavage
- Flashback Bathing Scene
- Hair Down Bath
- Leg Curling
- Other Room Conversation
- Undermount Bathtub
- Hiro Mashima - Writer and artist.
This omake chapter was first released in Weekly Shonen Magazine on May 12th, 2010 and was compiled into the special edition of the 24th manga volume released exclusively in Japan on December 17th, 2010. It was compiled again into Fairy Tail S volume 2 released in Japan on September 16th, 2010 and in North America on April 17th, 2018.
This chapter was not adapted into the Fairy Tail anime series and remains exclusive to the manga.
- This is the only time in the series where there is a Flashback of an on screen bathing scene that depicted an off screen event.